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New Physical Therapist begins practice in Broadus

Powder River Physical Therapy would like to welcome Hailey Hudson, PT, DPT to our team! Hailey graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID and...


It's Fair Time

"Blue Skies, Family Ties and Cow Pies" depicts the Powder River County Fair coming up next week! Prospective exhibitors are encouraged to pick up a Fairbook at the Extension Office and plan to bring...


Calling all Quilters: New Twist at 2018 Quilt Show

The Stitch and Chatter Quilt Club is busy finalizing plans for our 32nd Quilt Show to be held on Saturday, September 15, 2018. The show will again be held at the Broadus Community Center from 10 AM to 4 PM. A new feature this year, which we are...


Letters to the Editor

Fair memories at the museum By Twila Talcott The volunteers at the Powder River Historical Museum have been finding items to put in our front window for the Powder River County Fair display - lots of things you’ve probably seen before - as you...


July weather varied for Powder River County

Area ranchers are busy hauling bales from field to haystacks as a very fine season indeed is coming to a close. Haying was delayed a couple of weeks after a wonderful wet growing season came to pass, and June rains kept many folks from their fields....


Reminder: Examiner is available online

As a reminder to those who may have missed it in our July 5th edition, the Powder River Examiner is now available online. Print subscribers have free access to read the paper online. Now you’ll be able to see Powder River County’s news source... Full story


Men's Quartet to perform at Coalwood

NEXT JOURNEY, a men’s quartet from Emmanuel Baptist Church of Billings, are in Miles City Sunday morning and are wanting to join us at Coalwood, in our country setting that evening. They have special memories of their time with us last August....


Senior Center Happenings

Time has passed quickly and we are now a month into a new budget year. On August 2nd we will be having an Open House to thank those who have donated, volunteered or just ‘been there’ for our Senior Center. We will be serving coffee, iced tea,...


Lucille Randall

Lucille Randall, age 97, passed away July 24, 2018, at the Powder River Manor in Broadus, Montana. She was born March 9, 1921, to Swiss immigrant parents, Anna and Christian Gantenbein, in Boring,... Full story


Marjorie Ann Gold Moberly

Lucille Randall, age 97, passed away July 24, 2018, at the Powder River Manor in Broadus, Montana. She was born March 9, 1921, to Swiss immigrant parents, Anna and Christian Gantenbein, in Boring, Oregon. She was the fourth of five children, growing... Full story


Evelyn Joyce (Fadhl) Broadus

Evelyn Joyce (Fadhl) Broadus lost her battle with Acute Myeloid Leukemia on July 26, 2018. Our Mom was born December 29, 1943 to George and Vera (Wood) Fadhl at the home of her Aunt Barbara... Full story


Tara Kay McCullough

Tara Kay McCullough, age 55 of Ashland, MT passed away on the morning of July 28, 2018. Tara was born in Sheridan, Montana, August 25, 1962. She went home with her parents Harold and Mary Ann Irion... Full story


Commissioners Proceedings

July 16, 2018 All commissioners were present for a regular meeting, and began the day reading current mail, reading and approving minutes and reviewing any other necessary information regarding transfer of assets and employee forms. No public comment...


Dates announced for over-the-counter and surplus license sales

A few important dates remain for hunters looking for license for this upcoming hunting season: On Aug. 6, hunters can buy over-the-counter and surplus B licenses (antlerless) for deer and elk. On Aug. 9, general antelope and antelope B drawing...


30 Years Ago

Thursday, August 4, 1988 Full-fledged drought by Shirley Stuver A final July week of sweltering heat and southeast winds brought the average high for the month to 94.03 degrees at the “cool” Broadus weather station, and also brought the...


Montana Elections and the Russians

My graduating class from the United States Naval Academy was known as the “Top Gun” class, because our applications for appointment to Annapolis were greatly influenced by the blockbuster movie featuring Tom Cruise and Kelly McGillis. In that...


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