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Schoenbeck awarded school lunch award

Broadus Schools Chef Tammy Schoenbeck was awarded the "Silver Spoon" Award last week, from the Montana School Nutrition Council Vice President Brian Jones. This award, which is given once a year to a...

 

Homecoming set for next week

PRCDHS will hold its 2018 Homecoming festivities next week, though in a change from previous years, coronation for King and Queen will take place this Friday, September 21st between the JH and HS...

 

Powder River Let 'Er Buck

Tate Harmon rides a Saddle Bronc at the HS Rodeo in Miles City. (Photo courtesy of Shavon Harmon)...

 

Powder River Historical Society to Honor Volunteers

Museum volunteers will be honored on Friday, September 21st at 3 p.m. at the museum. As our brochure states: “Everything in this museum has been donated. Volunteers have done most of the work and make it possible to have the doors open by giving a...

 

Cross Country team qualifies for State

Two weeks ago, the Cross Country team traveled to Crow agency to run a very challenging course, with a hill known as ‘Gas Cap Hill’. The two Broadus runners, Lea Aye and Rachel Rasmussen, were both physically and mentally prepared for the...

 

FAFSA Workshop set for October 2

The annual FAFSA Workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, October 2nd, at 6:00 p.m. in the High School Library. If you are in need of financial aid to help pay for postsecondary education, the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is the place t...

 

District Court Roundup

Documents filed in District Court show that two cases were ruled upon by Judge Michael Hayworth, on Sept 6, 2018. Bram Schaffer of Broadus pled guilty to an amended 3rd DUI charge, stemming from an arrest which took place on April 13th in Broadus,...

 

Celebrate Homecoming Week -- Pop-up Demonstration Project Set for Downtown Broadus

Show your school spirit and decorate the downtown! Sign up to decorate a hay bale with the Homecoming Week theme, “Games.” Hay bales will be part of a cross walk and curb extension demonstration project on Broadus’ town square. The Powder...

 

Lady Hawk Volleyball plays three matches

The Broadus High School Volleyball team and coaches had a busy week, hosting Belle Fourche last Tuesday, then going on the road, traveling to Wibaux on Friday and Jordan on Saturday. The...

 

Boyes Community Club Hall awarded Rural Community Grant from Northwest Farm Credit Services

SPOKANE, Wash. (Sept. 5, 2018) – Northwest Farm Credit Services is proud to award the Boyes Community Club Hall in Hammond, Montana, a $1,000 Northwest FCS Rural Community Grant. "The members of...

 

Hawk football travels to Fairview

The Broadus Hawk Football team traveled to Fairview on Saturday to face off against the undefeated conference powerhouse, which is ranked 3rd in the State. Broadus Head Coach Ross Randall's plan was...

 

FFA attends District Leadership School

Last Wednesday, the Broadus FFA Chapter headed over to Ekalaka for District Leadership School, a fun convention to get FFA members excited for the upcoming competitions and learn more about what FFA...

 

Montana to begin issuing REAL IDs

Montana’s Motor Vehicle Division will begin issuing REAL IDs in January of 2019. Current unexpired licenses or IDs may still be used to fly domestically or access a federal facility until October 10 of this year, and Montana has filed an extension...

 

Sheriffs Dept takes calls on scams

The Powder River Sheriff’s Department has had reports about a variety of scams affecting locals. One scam involves a caller telling people they have a warrant out for their arrest, and sending a certain amount of money will remedy the situation and...

 

Moonlight Walk on Monday, September 24th!

Join us for the Moonlight Walk on Monday, September 24th, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., at the Rolling Hills Golf Course. Walk in the early evening when it’s light, or walk when it’s dark, or walk until you drop. The course is approximately one...

 

Volunteers Needed for "It's a Bug's Life!"

A sure sign of fall is the literacy based after school program aka “It’s a Bug’s Life” sponsored by Youth in Action and the Powder River Extension Service. Entering it’s 19th year, the reading program will be held on Tuesday’s in...

 

Farm and Ranch Women are Decision Makers – Annie's Project Prepares Them Well

Farm and ranch women are generating a cultural tide in American agriculture that is moving management, assets and opportunities to a new wave of farmers across the country. At Annie’s Project courses, farm women become empowered to be better...

 

Junior High Volleyball Season Off and Running

The Junior High Lady Hawk volleyball team is off and running with twenty team members which include: Eighth Graders: Hylee Layne, Lyza McMullan, Rheanna Schroeder, & Dharma Sturtz; Seventh Graders: Graci Barbero, Alexis Desatoff, Emma Isaacs, Aspen...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, September 22, 1988 Pre-centennial celebration scheduled for October Powder River County is kicking off the Great Montana Centennial celebration with a festival and fun day, scheduled for Saturday, October 15. A full day of activities is...

 

Elementary News

BIKE SAFETY is Monday, September 17th to September 28 during PE. All students K-6 bring bicycles to school by TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18TH. Bring your own helmet. If you don’t have one, Mr. Coulter will provide one. All BIKES and HELMETS must have a...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Michael Reynolds, Fairburn, GA, improper passing, dismissed by Court. Arriella DeLaCruz, Billings, MT, speeding in restricted zone (56/40) $85. Brenan Rogers, Missoula, MT, stop sign violation, $85. Altanbagana...

 

Bertha Hulford

Bertha Hulford, age 92, went to be with her Lord, on Thursday morning, September 6, 2018 at TLC in Miles City, Montana. Bertha was born on March 9, 1926 in Wilkin County, Minnesota to Edward and... Full story

 

Commissioners Proceedings

August 27, 2018 Commissioners Rod Schaffer, Donna Giacometto and Darold Zimmer were present for a regular meeting. Hearing no public comment on the day’s agenda, the board addressed routine business items before scheduled department meetings....

 

MCC Launches Free Dual Enrollment Initiative and Related Scholarship

Miles Community College is proud to announce the implementation of a new free dual enrollment program for Montana high school students. The “Free 2 Explore” program offers two free dual enrollment courses to any eligible high school student....

 

Montana State University and the Montana Television Network partner to conduct state-wide poll in September

Montana State University and the Montana Television Network, MTN, are partnering to conduct the most extensive political polls in the state this fall and surveys will be coming to mailboxes soon. The first of two surveys will be mailed to 10,000...

 

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