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Hawk Football meets Ekalaka for first 8 man showdown in 51 years

Broadus last met Ekalaka in 8 man football in the fall of 1968, with Broadus beating Ekalaka 27-18. With the burgeoning population of Powder River County, in 1969 Broadus would move up to Class B and...

 

Lady Hawks pull off Homecoming win against Jordan

The Lady Hawk volleyball team played in two matches over the last week; the first at Belle Fourche, then at home on Friday against Jordan, for Homecoming. Coach Gordon Archer knew that Belle Fourche...

 

Moonlight Walk coming up Saturday, October 12th

By PR Extension Service The Moonlight Walk is set for the next full moon – the October Hunter’s Moon, on Saturday, October 12th, in Broadus. The walk is free and will take place at the B-Hill Fit Trail behind the Powder River Medical Clinic...

 

Recycling Center Reminders

By PR Extension Service "It's truly been a great community success story of how together we can work to solve a problem," explained Karen Amende, one of the founding members of the Powder River...

 

Hawk Junior High Football undefeated on the season

The Broadus Junior High Football team is 4-0 on the season, with a win by forfeit against Lame Deer in August, and wins against Forsyth and two against Ekalaka in September. On September 6th, the JH Hawk team beat the Forsyth Dogies 28-0 in Forsyth....

 

Chamber News

By Jessica Malone Although the green in the landscape is beginning to fade with the changing season, the Big Green of the Broadus Hawks is just coming alive! Embrace your school spirit and don a positive and encouraging outlook to support our...

 

Health officials confirm first Montana case of severe pulmonary disease associated with vaping

RiverStone Health and the Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) have identified the first confirmed case of severe pulmonary disease associated with vaping in connection with the ongoing national investigation. The confirmed case is...

 

FAFSA Workshop coming up October 3rd

By Dori Phillips The annual FAFSA Workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, October 3rd, 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...

 

Pictures from Homecoming 2019

Here are a few pictures from the Homecoming Festivities....

 

Broadus hosts first Cross Country Meet

The first ever Broadus Cross Country Meet was held at Rolling Hills Golf Course, on Tuesday, September 17th. Eight teams from the around the area attended the event, according to Broadus Cross Country Coach Ashley Emmons. The meet featured 207...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, September 28, 1989 Jeannette Lei shakes hands with president Otter Creek--- “Actually, it was three different handshakes altogether,” chuckled Jeannette Lei, ranchwoman from the Otter-Taylor Creek community. The Bureau of Indian...

 

Fall grazing for livestock

Courtesy PR Extension Green grass throughout the summer and into Fall is unusual for our area, commented Powder River Extension Agent Mary Rumph. The regrowth on alfalfa fields have tempted some into a second or third cutting and will provide fall...

 

High School Rodeo Results

By Heather Cunningham The week leading up to the Wibaux High School Rodeo saw significant rain hit the Wibaux area. The committee in Wibaux made the decision to move the rodeo to Glendive at the J...

 

Regulations changes and clarifications to keep in mind for hunting season

By MT FWP Please note that a few language changes and clarifications were included in the 2019 hunting regulations. Those changes include: Archery Equipment (MCA 87-6-401) Addition to legal Hunting Bow wording: • Camera devices attached to bows...

 

Spring Creek, Mizpah News

By Helen Orestad May found an unwelcome visitor to the area, in the form of a black bear. It came to the corrals repeatedly, and caused a horse to run through the fence. When it came back it was dispatched, and Fish Wildlife came and dealt with it....

 

Library Notes

By Diane Stuver On display at the Henry A. Malley Memorial Library is a beautiful collection of “Marigold Depression Glass” belonging to Connie Wilson. Recent adult books: “Land of Wolves” by Craig Johnson; “The Inn” by James Patterson;...

 

4-H News

We had our last meeting of the 4-H year. Everyone enjoyed Casey’s sewing clinic earlier in the summer - thank you for teaching us how to make bags Casey!!! Fair went well. We enjoyed wearing our new club shirts - thank you Mrs. Emmons! Thank you...

 

Moore to be inducted into Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame

Recently the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame announced their 2019 class of inductions. The inductees were chosen from a field of candidates nominated by the general public, and were chosen for the...

 

Broadus Elementary News

By Principal Denise Ternes September 20, 2019 Free and Reduced Lunch – Please fill out an application! The more students that qualify enable the school to be eligible for other state and federal programs. Applications can be found on our website...

 

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