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Census Data Released

Data from the 2020 US Census has been released, with 1681 Powder River County residents counted in the census. When compared to 2010, 62 fewer residents were counted, for a 3.6% drop in population over the last decade. Statewide, 60.4% of the...

 

Broadus Welcomes Four New Teachers - Shauna Schaffer

Four teachers have taken on new roles with Broadus Schools this fall, including a JH/HS Math Teacher, a 4th Grade Teacher, a Shop Teacher, and a Title 1/8th Grade English Teacher. Filling those roles...

 

Broadus Welcomes Four New Teachers - Clayton Scott

Four teachers have taken on new roles with Broadus Schools this fall, including a JH/HS Math Teacher, a 4th Grade Teacher, a Shop Teacher, and a Title 1/8th Grade English Teacher. Filling those roles...

 

Broadus Welcomes Four New Teachers - Ashley Fleming

Four teachers have taken on new roles with Broadus Schools this fall, including a JH/HS Math Teacher, a 4th Grade Teacher, a Shop Teacher, and a Title 1/8th Grade English Teacher. Filling those roles...

 

Broadus Welcomes Four New Teachers - Chrystal Mitchell

Four teachers have taken on new roles with Broadus Schools this fall, including a JH/HS Math Teacher, a 4th Grade Teacher, a Shop Teacher, and a Title 1/8th Grade English Teacher. Filling those roles...

 

Catholic Church Rectory Moved

The rectory of St. David's Catholic Church was moved earlier this week, after being sold by the church, due to black mold accumulation. The building was built in 1958, serving as a home for Father...

 

Muddy Pigs at the County Fair

By PR Extension Office During the Fair, the only place there was mud in the county during the last month was at the Powder River County Fairgrounds in the muddy pig wrestling pit...and it was...

 

COVID Vaccinations, Booster Doses, Third Doses- What does it all mean?

Courtesy Darlynn Williams, PR County Public Health Nurse There has been a lot of information in the media recently about extra doses of COVID vaccinations. Here is some information to help clear things up. Booster doses and 3rd doses do not have th...

 

First Day of School

Broadus Elementary students line the hallways last Thursday, in their first day back from summer break. This year, the Kindergarten class has 14 students, with 104 students total in the elementary,...

 

Chamber News

By Jessica Malone It’s back to school time in Broadus and we’re wishing all the students, teachers, coaches and faculty a wonderful 2021-2022 school year! Our August General Meeting brought big changes to our Chamber Executive Board. Following...

 

Subscriptions Due in September

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Voices from the Past

August 26, 1921 Schools to Open Tuesday, Sept 6 School will open generally over the county Tuesday morning, September 6. Monday is observed as Labor Day and such is a legal holiday. The average monthly salary to be paid teachers in this county this...

 

After School Program Beginning At Our Savior's Lutheran

By Julie Long Kids, grades Kindergarten-4th grade, are invited to our “Jesus Kids” after school Christian fellowship program at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church. We will begin Wednesday, September 1st and will meet on Wednesdays from 3:30-5:00....

 

The "Buckaroos" Win the Wild Sheep Riding at the PRCF

By PR Extension Office Fifteen teens competed in three heats for the best wooly mutton busting honor at the Fair on Wednesday night. The "Buckaroos" team featuring Jayce Schroeder and Logan Capp...

 

Duck Sorting Competition Stiff at County Fair

By PR Extension Office Duck sorting is more complicated than one might think. The event debuted at the Powder River County Fair as a warm-up to the wild sheep riding on Wednesday night. A select...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Nathan Bowen, Rushville, MO, speeding in restricted zone (102/65) $105. Eric Bailey, North Platte, NE, speeding in restricted zone (83/65) $85. Kathleen Budzynski, Fairfax, VA, improper passing, $85. Adriann...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

July 30, 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 was approved. Cynde Jo Gatlin and Ashley...

 

Carcass Contest Concludes Powder River County Fair

By PR Extension Office What is under the hide is always the interesting question following the 4-H market livestock classes at the Fair. How does the live placing compare to the placing on the rail? Due to ultra-sound capabilities, the information...

 

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