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Cross Country team runs in historic first meet for Broadus

Three Broadus girls traveled to Billings last Friday, making school history, as the first ever cross-country team to run for Broadus High School! Not only was this the first meet for the school and...

 

Charley Stabio

Charley Stabio passed away peacefully on September 4th, 2018. Charley was born in Boyes, MT, on August 26th, 1924. Obituary to follow.... Full story

 

Mary "Kay" Trucano Latta

BILLINGS - Mary Kathleen (Trucano) Latta was a devoted mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt and friend. She will be greatly missed by all who loved and knew her. Mary Kathleen, "Kay"... Full story

 

Quarter Horse Breeders Sale draws folks from across the continent

Buyers and sellers from near and far converged on Broadus last weekend for the 41st Annual Powder River Quarter Horse Breeders Horse Sale, with folks from Canada and across the Midwest US attending...

 

Hawks fall to Culbertson at home

"We were overconfident", Broadus Football Head Coach said of the game against Culbertson this weekend, which Broadus lost 0-38. The loss came on the heels of a 30-0 Broadus win against Forsyth the pre...

 

High School Rodeo Club seeking sponsors for annual event

The Broadus Rodeo club is hosting our annual High School, Jr. High, and YRA rodeo on Saturday, September 8th starting at 9 a.m. and Sunday, September 9th at 8 a.m. Along with the rodeo this year on Friday, September 7th at 5 p.m. there will be Cuttin...

 

Lady Hawks win first home game

Broadus hosted Terry on Tuesday of last week, for the first regular season match outside of the Fairview Tournament. Unfortunately, two Broadus starters, Brooke Burley and Jadyn Traub, had been...

 

Museum Raffling off Quilt

The Powder River Historical Museum is currently selling tickets for the "Log Cabin Version" Quilt, pictured above. The quilt, which was made on Phyllis Wilson's antique treadle sewing machines by...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

August 13, 2018 All commissioners were present for their regular meeting to consider county business for the day. Hearing no public comment on the day’s agenda, the board addressed routine business items. The board met for the scheduled meeting...

 

Arthritis Exercise Classes Begin in September

Arthritis Exercise Classes will begin Monday, September 17th, at the Senior Center in Broadus. Classes will be offered at 10:00 a.m., and 4:00 p.m., on Mondays and Wednesdays each week. Classes include health education and range of motion, strength...

 

Music Booster Calendars available to order

It's Broadus Music Booster Birthday Calendar time again. If you would like a 2019 Music Booster calendar and did not order one in 2018, contact one of the following ladies and they would be glad to take your birthday and anniversary information:...

 

Moonlight Walk -- Register Today!

The Moonlight Walk is set for the next full moon – the September Harvest Moon. The Walk will take place at the Rolling Hills Golf Course on Monday night, September 24th. Registration begins at 5:00 p.m., and walking will take place between 5:30...

 
 By PR Extension    News    September 7, 2018

Beef Carcass Contest Completed

The results of the beef carcass contest have been completed after grading the Grand and Reserve Grand Champion Powder River County steers, according to Extension Agent Mary Rumph. Both steers competed in the Champion of Champions Show at the Eastern...

 

Teen Vaccination rates increase

National Immunization Awareness Month – Teen Vaccination Week was celebrated last month and there is great news to share with you! The 2017 CDC National Immunization Survey (NIS) of 13-17 year olds (Teen) released last week is indicating increases...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, September 8, 1988 Newmiller honored guest at homecoming parade Popular area matriarch Ruth Newmiller, the only surviving member of the first graduating class of Broadus High School (1923) will be the special guest of honor at the 1988 Homec...

 

Hazzard Boone Kinzer

Hazzard Boone Kinzer was born Sunday, 9/2/18, at 4:24pm. He weighed 8lbs 2oz was 20" long. He joins a circus of brothers and sisters who are all excited (mostly) that he is here! Hazzard's parents... Full story

 

Library Notes

On display at the Henry A. Malley Memorial Library thru September 22nd is the 2018 Traveling Collection from the Water Works Art Museum in Miles City. This year’s display is titled “Photography Plus”. Each entry had to include some aspect of...

 

Upland Bird Forecast

Friday, August 24, 2018 Upland season starts Sept. 1 with mountain, sage and sharptail grouse along with partridge. Pheasant hunting starts Oct. 6. All seasons end Jan. 1, except sage grouse, which en...

 

MT FWP Big Game Hunting Forecast

The badlands, farmland and rolling prairie of southeast Montana are home to a vast number of animals, including strong populations of mule and white-tailed deer, variable antelope numbers and a growing number of elk. Mule deer in the region...

 

Elementary News

Honey Factory Field Trip! Wednesday, September 5th. Our students have the opportunity to walk down to tour our local honey factory during a banner honey year! 9:00 – 3rd and 4th grades 10:00 – 5th and 6th grades 11:00 – K, 1st and 2nd grades....

 

Spring Creek Mizpah News

Burgess Miles came to visit Helen at Hearts and Home, also was Georgia and Paul Mentikov. They were all former neighbors of hers in the Powderville area. Helen also taught Burgess in school and enjoyed visits from them all. MaryAnn and Dan Johnson...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Aidarbek Kebekbaev, Brooklyn, NY, nighttime truck speeding (69/55) $105. Kun Yang, Baskins Ridge, NJ, speeding in restricted zone (57/30) $105. Dennis McIntosh, Gardiner, MT, daytime speeding (85/70) $70. Dumitru...

 

Bat observations more frequent in fall

Fall is a time of year when bat observations are common in Montana. This time of year young bats are attempting to take care of themselves, some bats are beginning long migrations to warmer climates and some bats are grounded by disease or illness....

 

DAWSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFERING FREE DUAL ENROLLMENT

GLENDIVE, MT - August 21, 2018 - High school students throughout Montana now have the opportunity to earn free college credits through dual enrollment with Dawson Community College (DCC). A complete list of schools eligible for this program is...

 

August Weather cool, except during fair

Folks in Southeastern Montana found themselves making full use of their air conditioners this August, with daytime temperatures soaring into triple digits; highs were hotter than any other days of the year to date. The most brutally hot days were...

 

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