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 News    August 4, 2022 

Spotty Moisture Punctuated A Dreadfully Hot July

July of 2022 was a hot month in Southeastern Montana, even when compared to the averages for the area. Rainfall during the month ranged from significantly below average to well above average,...

 
 News    August 4, 2022 

A Delightful Morning at the Museum

By PR Extension Office Forty of the younger inhabitants of Powder River County had the opportunity to experience "life in the past" at a recent event planned in partnership between Powder River...

 

Adopt A Teacher Today

By Sheila Williams The Adopt A Teacher program is back for our 2nd year! Thank you so much for everyone that participated and contributed last year!!! Now let’s help our teachers get this year off to a great start and show them how much we love...

 
 News    August 4, 2022 

Senior Center Receives Facelift

By Senior Center Director Tammy Jackman In May, Rita Harden applied for a grant through the Powder River Community Endowment Fund with the purpose of repainting the interior of the Senior Center. We...

 
 News    August 4, 2022 

Chamber News

By Jessica Malone The summer is flying by and the Powder River County Fair is coming up next week! Good luck to all the fair participants and parents. Supporting our local youth organizations and small businesses makes a difference in this...

 

Ranch Rodeo Coming Up

By Sheila Williams The East Fork Roping Club Ranch Rodeo is back for another fun year, next Friday, August 12th at 6 PM at the roping arena in Broadus. This year not only do we have the ranch bronc riding back with the ranch rodeo, but are...

 
 News    August 4, 2022 

SENIOR HAPPENINGS

By Senior Center Director Tammy Jackman WOW are we really into August already? The summer has just flown by it seems. Eight seniors and myself took a trip to Sheridan on July 28th to visit Fort Phil Kearny. We had a wonderful lunch in Buffalo at the...

 

Physical Loss Loans Available For Montana Producers Affected By Natural Disasters

Courtesy USDA Physical loss loans can help producers repair or replace damaged or destroyed physical property essential to the success of the agricultural operation, including livestock losses. Examples of property commonly affected include...

 
 News    August 4, 2022 

POWDER RIVER COUNTY CLAIMS

The following is a list of expenses from the county departments, as submitted by the Clerk & Recorder’s office and approved to be paid by the PR County Commissioners for the month of June, 2022. Capital One Trade Credit 119.96 Erica Naillon 169.00...

 
 News    August 4, 2022 

Church Notes

FAITH BIBLE CHURCH To Enable Believers/To Build Relationships/To Win the Lost Sunday, August 7th – Alicia McAlpine will share about Chi Alpha ministry as part of service Pitch-in to follow Friday, August 12th 8:30 am – Service at the Fair ...

 
 News    August 4, 2022 

Commissioner Proceedings

Monday, July 18, 2022 Chairman Lee Randall called meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. in the Commissioner’s office, Powder River County Courthouse. Commissioners Donna Giacometto and John Olson were present. The board read and approved meeting minutes...

 
 News    August 4, 2022 

Voices From The Past

August 4, 1922 Not Much Interest in Primary Election So busy have the men been with their farm work and the women with canning of wild fruits and garden stuff that up until the present time very little interest has been taken in the coming primary...

 

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