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Williams makes campaign stop in Broadus

US House candidate Kathleen Williams stopped through Broadus last Saturday, during a campaign tour of Eastern Montana, which also featured a stop at the fair in Miles City. Williams, the Democratic...

 

Commissioners set preliminary budgets

The Powder River County Commissioners set the County’s Preliminary Budgets on Monday. At this meeting, it was noted that Oil & Gas revenues, as well as Federal Mineral Royalties, and State Entitlements are up from last year. What this means is...

 

Mondak ends Kaycee's win streak in Broadus

Broadus enjoyed a special treat last weekend, hosting not one but two football games. On Friday, PRCDHS handily rounded up the Forsyth Dogies 30-0, while on Saturday, the town of Broadus played host t...

 

Hawks corral the Dogies in opening week football action

The Broadus Hawk High School football team kicked off their first game of the season at home last Friday, playing perennial rival Forsyth. Last year, Forsyth dropped down to 8-man, and were a tough te...

 

Powder River Historical Society meeting this Friday

The Powder River Historical Society will be holding a regular business meeting at 3 p.m. on Friday, August 31st, at the museum. Members and friends are encouraged to attend. We have a beautiful quilt on display in the museum. This “log cabin...

 

Subscriptions due in September

Bill Alderman, Broadus Gerald Alderman, Broadus Ted Amsden, Broadus John Barbero, Boyes Ed Bird, Miles City Don Birkholz, Broadus Quinn Burley, Broadus Glen Burton, Clancy Canon Repair, Broadus Karen Capp, Volborg Mandy Capp, Glenrock, WY Scott...

 

BLM opens comment period for CO2 Pipeline and Enhanced Oil Recovery Project

(MILES CITY, Mont.) –The Bureau of Land Management has opened a public comment period for an environmental assessment with an unsigned Finding of No Significant Impact for the Denbury Green Pipeline-Montana LLC., to install a 110-mile 20-inch...

 

29th Annual Alzada Poetry Show coming up October 7

The twenty-ninth Annual Alzada Cowboy Poetry, Music and Art Show will be held on Sunday, October 7th at the Alzada Community Hall in Alzada, MT. The theme for the 2018 annual show is “Why we do this….” The theme was prompted by the friendships...

 

Lady Hawks begin Volleyball season in Fairview

The Broadus Lady Hawk Volleyball team traveled to the Fairview Tournament last Saturday for their season opener, which meant a number of matches played in quick succession for the Lady Hawks. Long-time Head Coach Gordon Archer noted that the 8th...

 

Dementia Friendly Workshop Offered

A LEARNING OPPORTUNITY for families, caregivers, and local businesses, to better assist loved ones, clients and customers who may have dementia, vision, or hearing impairment will be offered on Wednesday, September 12, in the Courthouse Election...

 

Farmer's Market Saturday

Melons, zucchini, cucumbers, tomatoes, baked goods and more will be available at this week’s Farmer's Market. The Farmer’s Market takes place every Saturday through September, from 8:30 a.m. until noon, behind the CornerStore in Broadus....

 

2018 Fort Peck Reservoir chinook salmon stocking and fishing outlook

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks reports some exciting news…Chinook salmon are biting at Ft. Peck Reservoir! Casual and hardcore salmon fisherman have been waiting to hear whether salmon will be showing up this year, especially after the slower 201...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, September 1, 1988 Local air service flies contestants to rodeos Otter Creek - Jeff Wash of the Wash’s Air Service is off flying this week, transporting three rodeo contestants to rodeos in Abilene, KS; Venita, OK; Ogden, UT; Kennewick,...

 

Court Report

Justice Court, Honorable Cathy Landa Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Chase Swanson, Kirkland, WA, daytime speeding (78/70) $20. Jason Lopez, Riverton, WY, assault, $385, pled guilty, 6 mos. deferred imposition. Eric Briggs, Hobe Sound, FL, daytim...

 

Powder River County Claims

JULY CLAIMS TOWN OF BROADUS 1880.66 RANGE TELEPHONE COOPERATIVE 2904.21 POWDER RIVER EXAMINER 850.00 MID-RIVERS COMMUNICATIONS 275.90 GLOBALSTAR USA 82.80 CENTURYLINK 299.70 ALIMED INC 5.99 AQREVA, LLC 3086.50 ASSOC. NUTRITION & FOOD SERV PROF....

 

Carl Phillips

Carl Raymond Phillips July 3, 1927 -- August 25, 2018 Carl was born July 3, 1927 in Sheridan, WY to Ruth (Hammontree) and Herb "Case" Phillips. He was the oldest of 3 children. As a child, his family... Full story

 

Leonora Elizabeth "Beth" Schneidt

Leonora Elizabeth "Beth" Schneidt passed away peacefully on August 22, 2018 in Billings, Montana after a battle with cancer. She is once again in the loving arms of her husband George and they are dan... Full story

 

Gary Hanson

Gary Dallas Hanson was born to Edward and Hazel Hanson on December 11, 1949 in Miles City, Montana. He grew up in Ashland, Montana. Gary, surrounded by his family, passed away at St. Vincent's Hospita... Full story

 

Anna Rehbein

Mass of Christian Burial for Anna Rehbein was held at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, June 28, 2018 at St. Matthew’s Catholic Church in Gillette, WY with Father Cliff Jacobson officiating; interment followed at Mt. Pisgah Cemetery. Anna M. Rehbein age 85... Full story

 

Broadus Junior Bowlers receive awards

The Broadus Junior Bowling League wrapped up their season with awards won at State Jr. Bowling in Billings. We're very proud of our 4 bowlers: Kole Hand, Luke Herzog, Gracie Barbero and Layla Preite....

 

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