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PICTURES FROM HOMECOMING 2018

Broadus Schools, along with the community at large, celebrated Homecoming last week. A variety of events took place throughout the week, including sporting events, a bonfire, dress up days at school,...

 

Hawk Football tames the Plentywood Wildcats

The Hawk Varsity Football team took the field Saturday for a Homecoming game against Plentywood. The cool conditions on game day made for good playing weather, but meant fans needed to bring a bit of...

 

Curb Extensions and Hay Bale Decorating

The Powder River Trails club organized a pop-up demonstration project in downtown Broadus last week. The project included curb extensions and crosswalks designed to calm traffic and make crossing...

 

Annie's Project Registration Open

“Real Colors” will kick off the first Annie’s Project on Monday, November 5th, according to Extension Agent Mary Rumph. Custer County Extension Agent Tara Andrews will lead the first workshop at the 6-week series designed to empower women in...

 

Lady Hawks break records

The Broadus Lady Hawk Volleyball team played two matches last week. On Tuesday, Broadus hosted Northern Cheyenne (Busby) for a record-breaking performance. Broadus Head Coach Gordon Archer said that...

 

Letters to the Editor

Franklin Roosevelt said “In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens you can bet it was planned that way.” We often question the direction our nation has gone over several decades, how it has gone further from the constitutional...

 

TRECO looking for owners of unclaimed Capital Credits

Tongue River Electric is trying to locate the following individuals (or their heirs) for payment of capital credits. Please contact TRECO at 406-784-2341 or email [email protected] if you have any information. Broadus: Gordon Allen, Tom Chaney,...

 

Bowling Results

Kingpin 9-17-18 High team games: Big Sky Bar, 653, Big Sky Bar, 646, PR Lanes, 635; high series: PR Lanes, 1869, Big Sky Bar, 1867, Askin Construction, 1807. Individual men’s games: Eric Gotfredson, 224, JJ Quiroz, 221, Quentin Rumph, 211, JJ...

 

30 Years Ago

Stretch of Highway 212 slated for resurfacing Prince, Inc. of Forsyth is the low bidder concerning a highway resurfacing project in Powder River County, east of Ashland. Prince submitted the low bid of $1,467,346 for resurfacing approximately eight...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office John Carter, Grants Pass, OR, operate veh. w/o license plates, $85. John Carter, Grants Pass, OR, speeding in restricted zone (47/40) $55. John Carter, Grants Pass, OR, change lanes when unsafe, $85. Gregory Kokosh...

 

FFA members perform well at District Contest

Tuesday, the 25 of September, the Broadus FFA hosted the Eastern District Range and Livestock Contests. The results for the District team of Bailey Smith, Tayden Gee, Maclain Cathey, and Kortny Cathey placed first with Bailey placing first...

 

4-H News

Mizpah Masters 4-H News The Mizpah Masters held their 10th meeting on September 16th, 2018. Becca Aye led the American and Lea Aye led the 4-H pledge. Becca read the minutes. Lea read the Treasure’s Report. Old business was Interview judging,...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

September 4, 2018 At 9:00 AM, Commissioners Donna Giacometto and Darold Zimmer were present. Rod Schaffer was absent for medical reasons. Hearing no public comment on the day’s agenda, the board addressed routine business items before scheduled...

 

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