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Lady Hawk XC Runners Set Records

The Lady Hawk Cross Country team competed in two runs last week, at the home meet Tuesday, and at Circle against other Class C competitors on Friday. The aptly named Rolling Hills Golf Course proved t...

 

Museum To Host Board Meeting Sept 25

By Jessica Malone The Powder River Historical Society will host the fall board meeting at the museum at 2:00 pm on Saturday, September 25th. We encourage all current and prospective board members to attend. Following our business meeting, we invite...

 

"Small Town Success Stories" Topic for Second Reimagining Rural Session

By PR Extension Office A summer concert series in a remote town of 900, a vibrant childcare center in an abandoned school and a tourism strategy to attract more visitors are some of the Montana-based stories that will be highlighted on September...

 

VFW Hosts District Meeting

By Annie Brimmer Broadus VFW Post and Auxiliary 1595 hosted the Fall District Meeting Saturday, September 18. Posts and Auxiliaries from Ekalaka, Forsyth, Glendive, Miles City, and Jordan were in...

 

Lady Hawk Volleyball Team Wins At Home

The Lady Hawk Varsity Volleyball squad hosted Terry last Friday, with Broadus Head Coach Gordon Archer commenting: "The girls came out and dominated from the beginning against Terry. They just didn't...

 

Hawk Football Plays At Circle

Broadus Hawk Football traveled to Circle last Saturday, playing Circle at their homecoming. "It was a physical game," Broadus Head Coach Ross Randall commented on the Hawk performance. The grinding,...

 

Local Walk organized to promote Mental Health Awareness

By PR Extension Office The Powder River Trails organization is organizing a community walk, “Still I Walk”, to raise awareness about mental health. Raising awareness about mental health issues including anxiety, depression or substance misuse...

 

Broadus High School Rodeo Results

The Broadus High School Rodeo featured participants from around the region, and was held on September 10-12th. Local Rodeor Chalee Harms currently sits second in the state in the girls all-around. Here are the results from the rodeo; those participan...

 

Lawn Survival During The Drought

Courtesy PR Extension Office “MSU Extension Custer County Tara Andrews shared the following information recently and I thought it was relevant for our area,” said Powder River Extension Agent Mary Rumph. “My lawn is certainly suffering from...

 

Betty Moullett

On the morning of September 19, 2021, Sarah (Betty) Juanita (née Cope) Moullet passed away peacefully of natural causes. Betty had been residing at the Powder River County nursing home in Broadus,...

 

Bev Schaffer

On the afternoon of September 19, 2021, Beverly Ann Schaffer passed away at home on Ranch Creek after a courageous five-year battle with cancer, surrounded by her family. Bev was born September 14, 19...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Peter Harmata, Wyckoff, NJ, speeding in restricted zone (85/65) $85. Peter Harmata, Wyckoff, NJ, fail to carry proof of insurance, dismissed- valid proof provided. Mark Jesttes 2, Broadus, MT, fail to carry proof...

 

Voices from the Past

September 21, 1921 Turley Progressing with Electric Light Plant Milton “Shorty” Turley is making satisfactory progress in his project to light Broadus with electricity and will soon have the system in steady operation. The Powder River Hotel and...

 

PR COUNTY CLAIMS

The following is a list of expenses from the county departments, as submitted by the Clerk & Recorder’s office and approved to be paid by the PR County Commissioners for the month of August, 2021. 4-H Livestock Sales Account 150.00 4imprint,...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

August 19, 2021 Commissioners met for their weekly meeting with Lee Randall, Donna Giacometto, and John Olson present. The meeting was called to order. No public comment was received at this time. Consent agenda was approved. The board discussed a ch...

 

2021 Big Game Hunting Forecast

Courtesy MT FWP • Destination: SOUTHEAST MONTANA • Southeast Montana is typically dry and hot heading into fall, but this year conditions are especially dire. All of Montana is experiencing extreme drought, and fire danger is incredibly high. ...

 

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