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Broadus Bumblebee Daycare Finds A Home

The Broadus Bumblebee Daycare, has opened up shop at the former site of Coyote Valley Saddle Shop, the Broadus Wellness Center, and the original Broadus hospital, now owned by Joe & Renee Gnerer....

 

Wildfires Scorch Thousands of Acres

Local fire assets responded to a number of incidents over the past several weeks. The Rock fire burned 14 acres, 30 miles south of Broadus on July 27th, and was caused by a burning coal seam. On August 1st, the Rough Creek fire burned 78 acres, 37 mi...

 

Powder River County EMS Rides In Style

Powder River EMS, the county’s EMS services which has taken over for Jesse Ambulance Service, recently acquired an SUV that will be used for a variety of services including Community Integrated...

 

Scramble 4 A Cure Raises Money For Locals

By Pat Gardner The 17th Annual Scramble 4 A Cure was a huge success thanks to the 18 four-person teams on Friday and 20 teams on Saturday that golfed at the Rolling Hills Golf Course to raise money for the local Cancer Fund. The golfers enjoyed two...

 

Slovek sworn in as Councilwoman

Raevyn Slovek was sworn in last week as the Broadus Ward 1 Councilwoman. Slovek will fullfill the remainder of Pete Wenzel's term. Raevyn is pictured with Mayor Lyman Amsden. (Photo courtesy Cass...

 

Adopt A Teacher Program Will Help Support Local Teachers

By Sheila Williams Adopt a Teacher Program is an initiative that I have started in hopes of connecting teachers in our Broadus schools and rural area schools with community members, groups, and businesses that would be interested in helping the...

 

Superintendent's Report

Once again, the summer has passed by very quickly and we are looking forward to the first day of school on Thursday, August 19th. Beginning Monday, August 16th all staff will return to school and begin preparations for the 2021-22 school year. Every...

 

MT Dept. of Agriculture Shares Best Practices for Hay Shipments to Prevent Noxious Weeds and Pests

Helena, Mont. – As Montana agricultural producers strive to find adequate feed for livestock during severe drought conditions and a damaging wildfire season, the Montana Department of Agriculture (MDA) is issuing guidance for out-of-county or...

 

Junior Golf Tourney Helps Hone Youth Skills

The Junior Golf Tournament took place last weekend at Rolling Hills Golf Course in Broadus. The event pitted up and coming golfers against others in their age groups, and was facilitated by Todd...

 

Cities Grapple With What Legal Weed Will Mean

Montana’s adult-use marijuana market opens in five months. Local governments have until then to sort out just what legalization will look like in their communities. By Justin Franz, Montana Free Press, www.montanafreepress.org With five months...

 

Dry, Hot Conditions Call For Special Consideration When Living With Wildlife

Courtesy MT FWP HELENA – Hot, dry conditions put stress on many of our wildlife species. More than 70 percent of Montana is experiencing severe drought conditions. You can help avoid conflicts with wildlife by following these suggestions: Keep...

 

Ona Edwards Lake

Ona Edwards Lake was born May 27, 1915 in Belle Fourche, SD to A.I.F. & Carrie Nisley Edwards. She was raised in Broadus, Snohomish, WA & Miles City, graduating from Custer County High School...

 

Voices from the Past

August 12, 1921 List of Eight Grade Graduates A complete list of eight grade graduates from the several schools of Powder River County is given herewith. They were successful in passing the required state examinations and are entitled to enter high s...

 

Trend Continues of COVID-19 Related Hospitalizations of Unvaccinated Individuals

DPHHS reports 18% increase in vaccine administration from last week Courtesy MT DPHHS State health officials said today the trend of hospitalizations in Montana connected to unvaccinated COVID-19 patients has remained constant over the past several...

 

Powder River County Claims

July 2021 Boss Office Products 2356.72 Brodart Co 85.92 Chemnet Consortium 80.00 Concordance Healthcare Solutions 89.07 Copps Hardware & Lumber 799.70 Cowboy Wife Designs 28.00 D & P Electric 156.13 Fulton Electric 436.00 Gardner Weed & Pest 5610.00...

 

Broadus Elementary School 2021-2022 School Supply List

Kindergarten 2-Boxes 200-count tissues 1-Container disinfectant wipes 1-Backpack 1-Paint shirt 12-#2 lead pencils (standard) 2-Erasers (not art gum) 1-Box of eight crayons 1-Box of eight watercolor paints 1-8 oz. bottle of white Elmer’s glue...

 

Births - Presten Cullen Lanke

Dustin and Kristie Lanke of Broadus are excited to announce the birth of their baby boy, Presten Cullen Lanke. Presten was born at 1:06 PM on July 2, 2021 weighing 7 pounds and was 20 inches long....

 

Is your pressure canner gauge accurate?

By PR Extension Office When it comes to home food preservation, a pressure canner is a very important piece of equipment. The dial gauge on your pressure canner should be checked annually, which can be done free of charge at the MSU Extension...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Jess Lockwood, Volborg, MT, speeding in restricted zone (90/65) $95. Ionut Lautaru, Renton, WA, operate MV w/o liability insurance, dismissed-provided proof of insurance. Swarn Singh, Snohomish, WA, drive on other...

 

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