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Starlab coming to Broadus August 2

Starlab, a portable, inflatable planetarium, will be on hand at the Broadus VFW on Friday, August 2nd between 11 AM and 6 PM. The planetarium, along with presentations on space and science, are provid...

 

Broadus to update sewer lagoon

The town of Broadus will be updating several facets of the sewer lagoon in the near future, which will likely lead to an increase in user’s monthly sewer bill. The changes include updated pumps for the lagoon, and the addition of riff raff rock to...

 

Health Advisory Board seeking members

The County Commissioners are still looking for applicants for the new Health Advisory Board. The Board is being set up to help look at directions for health care in Powder River County. The future of ambulance service, potential for a critical care...

 

County Compensation Board Meets

The County Salary Compensation Board met Monday afternoon at the courthouse, to establish the base salary for elected officials of Powder River County for the 2019-20 fiscal year. The Board consists of the three County Commissioners (Donna...

 

The Boys (and Girls) of Summer

The staff and lifeguards from the Powder River County Swimming Pool are pictured below. This year, the lifeguards received new uniforms, modeled below by some of the crew. Pictured left to right...

 

Chamber News

By Jessica Malone Happy Haying Season to all of our local ranchers – here’s hoping the sun keeps shining! First, a quick wrap up of the Centennial Celebration with a huge thank you to everyone that participated, volunteered and attended! Includin...

 

Subscriptions due in August

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Broadus Town Council Minutes

TOWN OF BROADUS COUNCIL MEETING July 9, 2019 Present at the meeting were: Mayor Lyman Amsden; Councilperson Lori Turnbough; Councilperson Wanda Smith; Councilperson Pete Wenzel; Councilperson Cody Morris; Public Works Raymond Ragsdale; Public Works...

 

Yearbooks Wanted for Historical Museum

By Jaeger Held The Powder River Historical Museum is seeking Wrangler yearbooks from Powder River County District High School for school years 2007⁠⁠–2019. The museum currently has in its...

 

Insights & Observations

By Joe Stuver A lot of folks are wondering how the heck I managed to shoot myself. I’ve also noted, though, that my stupid causes a lot of anxiety for those who care for me. We Stuver “boys” have indeed kept our Guardian Angels pretty dang...

 

Powder River County Claims

June 2019 Centurylink 299.70 Globalstar USA 85.59 Home Depot Credit Services 175.60 Incontact Inc. 373.74 Powder River Examiner 1,996.75 Range Telephone Cooperative 2,964.18 Town Of Broadus 1,870.90 Us Post Office 776.00 Amanda Zimmer 458.57...

 

Franklin Memorial Rope N Stroke Results

By Hattie Arithson On July 20th, we held the annual Franklin Memorial Rope N Stroke. We had a good turnout and fun was had by all. The following are the team placings for the day. 1st place - Kortny Cathey, Zane Williams, Clay LaPlant; 2nd place -...

 

Cadwell Springs Camp 86th Annual Church Camp begins this week

Submitted by Miriam Riesland This is the 86th year of proclaiming ‘Holiness unto the Lord’ in the secluded pine-covered hills of Southeastern Montana. Camp dates are July 25-August 4, 2019 at the Cadwell Springs Campgrounds, 2 miles south & 3...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, July 27, 1989 Belle Creek district leads county in valuation decline Belle Creek District 22 was the hardest hit by the near 3 million dollar drop in the county’s valuation, which stands to reason as the decline was primarily caused by a...

 

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