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Couple Strike Into New Venture With Purchase of Powder River Lanes

Following twelve years of ownership by Bob and Darlene Salomon, the iconic downtown landmark Powder River Lanes has changed hands, with new owners Jeff and Jenny Alterman taking over this week. We...

 

PR County Enters Stage 1 Fire Restrictions

On Monday, the County Commissioners signed Resolution 2021-27, initiating Stage 1 fire restrictions across Powder River County, effective immediately. Under Stage 1 restrictions, campfires are prohibited, as are fireworks and smoking outside of a...

 

Powder River County Fair

By PR Extension Office The annual Powder River County Fair “It’s Just a Small-Town Throwdown” will be held August 10th-13th (Tuesday through Friday). The 4-H Horse Show will be held on Tuesday, beginning at 9 am. The official kick-off for...

 

Storm Brings Wind and Fires

A storm last Thursday carrying some lightning, some rain, and a lot of wind swept across the county, leaving a path of broken branches and small fires in its wake. Broadus received 0.12" of rain in...

 

"4K For the Cure" Runners/ Cyclists Stop in Broadus

By Julie Long On Tuesday, July 20th, we had the honor of hosting 30 young adults from the “4K for the Cure” program of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults. This is the 6th time we have hosted...

 

Scramble 4 a Cure Coming Up Next Weekend

By Tyler Gardner The 17th annual Scramble 4 a Cure is August 6 and 7th at Rolling Hills Golf Course. We have spots available on Friday with a tee time at 10:30. Saturday is currently full with a tee time at 9. An auction will take place on Friday eve...

 

Subscriptions Due in August

Annual subscription cost is $38 in county, $39 out of county, and $40 out of state. Please mail checks to: Powder River Examiner, PO Box 328, Broadus, MT 59317. We will also mail an invoice as a reminder. Feel free to drop payments in the payment...

 

Chamber News

By Jessica Malone The summer is flying by and the County Fair is just around the corner! If you missed our “Positive Partnerships” article about the Fair Board in last week’s Examiner, you can still read it at www.powderriverexaminer.com. The...

 

Additional Fire Restrictions Implemented on Custer Forest

Bozeman, MT (July 20, 2021 ) – The Custer Gallatin National Forest is implementing additional Stage 1 Fire Restrictions beginning July 21, 2021 at 0001. Under the additional restrictions ALL campfires, even in designated sites and metal fire rings...

 

VFW Auxiliary Change of Meeting Date

By Annie Brimmer Because of County Fair dates, the Auxiliary changed the date of our August meeting to August 4th. It will be at the VFW hall at 5:15 p.m. The final details of the concession stand and work schedule will be addressed. (Yes, folks,...

 

Lyle Babb

A son, the first male child in the family for two generations, was born on December 24, 1935. He was named Lyle Wallace, born to Harry Babb and Elizabeth (Durm) Babb. Lyle was the only child born in...

 

Powder River Farm Service Agency Announces Emergency Conservation Program Signup for Drought

ECP Signup Period: July 22, 2021 to August 20, 2021 Courtesy Mike Riley, PR FSA Drought has caused severe damage in Powder River County. Farms and ranches suffering severe damage may be eligible for assistance under the Emergency Conservation...

 

Church Notes

FAITH BIBLE CHURCH Pastor Tom Herzog Sunday, August 1st - Pitch-in following service w/ guest speaker Stan Reib of Rocky Mountain Church Network Sunday, August 8th - Communion during service w/ guest speaker Tim Huff of Camp Bethel Saturday, August...

 

Voices from the Past

July 29, 1921 First Big Shipment of Stock to the Markets The first big shipment of livestock for market is being rounded up this week and within a very short time will be headed for the railroad at Belle Fourche, SD. The consigner is Osborne...

 

Montana Hay Hotline Available for Producers Affected by Drought

Helena, Mont. – As severe drought conditions and wildfires persist across the state, the Montana Department of Agriculture is reminding agricultural producers of the availability of the Hay Hotline, an online tool that connects those interested in...

 

DPHHS seeks Centenarian information

DPHHS is also asking Montanans who will turn age 100 as of December 31, 2021 or those who are already over the age of 100 to submit their name and a brief profile. Centenarians, or friends or family members, are encouraged to supply DPHHS with the...

 

Senior Center Happenings

By Senior Center Director Rita Harden The Powder River County Senior Citizen’s would like to express our gratitude and appreciation to Bob and Darlene Salomon. We would like to thank them for being in our lives and caring about each one of us. We...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

July 8, 2021 Commissioners met for their weekly meeting with Lee Randall, Donna Giacometto, and John Olson present. Meeting was called to order. No public comment was received at this time. Consent agenda approved. Clinton Watters stopped in to ask...

 

PR COUNTY CLAIMS

June 2021 Best Western Grantree Inn 390.64 Globalstar USA 90.86 Incontact Inc. 349.06 Powder River Examiner 998.50 Range Telephone Cooperative 2960.63 Town of Broadus 2185.32 US Post Office 956.00 1st Bank 20.00 AANAC 136.00 Alderman Oil Co....

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Tyrese Poole, Carrollton, GA, speeding in restricted zone (90/65) $95. William Lucas, Missoula, MT, speeding in restricted zone (85/65) $85. William Lucas, Missoula, MT, operate vehicle not properly registered,...

 

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