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Articles from the September 27, 2018 edition

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Royalty Crowned to kick off Homecoming Week

At last week's football game versus Circle, the Homecoming King & Queen were crowned. Hannah Rasmussen was named 2018 PRCDHS Homecoming Queen, while Larry Hunt was named King. The duo will reign...

 

St. V's opens up at new location

St. Vincent De Paul's of Broadus has moved into their new facility at the old wool mill building – located between Henry Malley Memorial Library and Seabeck Pizza. The move, which came after nine ye...

 

Quilt Show displays amazing work of local Quilters

The doors opened Saturday, September 15th at 10 AM for viewers to see 66 beautiful quilted items, and 42 people did just that. There was also a silent auction that anyone was able to view and bid on....

 

Hammond/Hawks Home Schools team up with Schwan's to provide educational funds

The Hammond/Hawks Home Schools are looking to raise money through an interesting route this fall, for their School Readiness Program. The Schools have teamed up with Schwan’s food delivery service to offer a chance to donate to the program. How it...

 

Lady Hawk Volleyball plays at home

"We had a good news/bad news week," Broadus Head Volleyball Coach Gordon Archer said of the Lady Hawks' last week of volleyball action. The bad news is that because a couple of players voluntarily...

 

Air Force schedules exercises for October 16-18

ELLSWORTH AIR FORCE BASE, S.D. – Combat Raider, a military exercise involving various aircraft, is scheduled to begin Oct. 16 in parts of the Powder River Training Complex, and will conclude Oct. 18, 2017. Combat Raider provides joint and...

 

Hawk Football unable to stop Circle's Offense

Despite causing three turnovers against Circle at last weekend's home game, the Broadus Hawks Football team wasn't able to overcome the Circle Widcat's offense. "Our defense struggled with tackles,"...

 

Letters to the Editor

Dear Billy, Unfortunately, I find myself forced to publicly respond to a recent situation regarding a complaint about passing a school bus. It has come to my attention that over the radio the Sheriff grossly misinterpreted a recent court decision I...

 

Linda Rogge

Linda Lorena May (Trucano) Rogge, age 87, passed away peacefully in her sleep on September 9, 2018 at the Powder River Manor in Broadus. After long years of illness and decline, she is now at ease... Full story

 

29th Annual Alzada Cowboy Poetry, Music and Art Show

Renewing friendships and encouraging community spirit while working to raise funds to maintain the Alzada Community Hall built in 1929 has prompted the organizers of the 29th Annual Alzada Cowboy Poetry, Music and Art Show to select the theme “Why...

 

Sheriff responds to bus passing incident

An incident occurred along Hwy 59 last week, in which a set of govt vehicles passed a school bus, which was stopped to pick up students. A call was made over the radio about the vehicles, and according to Sheriff Drane, one of the vehicles was...

 

Prevention is the best medicine

This time of year is called “flu season.” In the United States, flu viruses are most common during the fall and winter months. Influenza activity often begins to increase in October and November. Most of the time flu activity peaks between...

 

Subscriptions due in October

Theresa Alderman, Broadus Lyle & Kay Babb, Broadus Charles Barbero, Boyes Jeanne Beaman, Biddle Renae Bidwell, Volborg Ron Bidwell, Limon, CO Waylon Billing, Broadus Clifford Bird, Center, ND Jim Bowers, Broadus Annie Brimmer, Biddle Joe Brown,...

 

Seniors travel to ZooMontana

Eleven Senior Citizens boarded the Transportation Bus at 7 AM on Thursday, September 20th to tour ZooMontana in Billings. Everyone was eager to go on the trip as we put off going that far because of...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, September 29, 1988 Research team continues study of Powder by Shirley Stuver Research hydrologist Robert H. “Bob” Meade and hydrologist John A. Moody, the U.S. geological team who have been recording data on the Powder River for 20 year...

 

Powder River County Claims

August CENTURYLINK 299.70 GLOBALSTAR USA 82.66 MID-RIVERS COMMUNICATIONS 345.90 POWDER RIVER EXAMINER 756.25 RANGE TELEPHONE COOPERATIVE 3095.76 TOWN OF BROADUS 1873.56 1ST BANK 14.00 ALDERMAN OIL CO. 14128.20 ALIMED INC 110.18 AMAZON.COM CREDIT...

 

Powder River First Responders awarded Rural Community Grant from Northwest Farm Credit Services

SPOKANE, Wash. (Sept. 5, 2018) – Northwest Farm Credit Services is proud to award Powder River First Responders in Boyes, Montana, a $2,500 Northwest FCS Rural Community Grant. In a statement, the...

 

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