Articles from the October 6, 2022 edition

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Hawk Football Suffers A Tough Loss

The Hawk football team suffered a tough loss last Friday evening as they fell to the Park City Panthers in a close game at home in Broadus. Not only was the loss of the game important for the Hawks,...

 

Broadus XC Team Runs In Miles City

The Broadus Lady Hawk Cross Country team ran at the Custer County Invitational last Saturday. The race was held at the Miles City Town and Country Club, a location which Broadus XC Coach Ashley Emmons noted led to nice times for the runners,...

 

Bird hunters should be aware of highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild birds

HELENA – Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) virus was detected in wild birds and domestic poultry in Montana earlier this year. While HPAI cases in wild birds did appear to decline over the summer, there are detections of new cases in parts...

 

Voices From The Past

October 6, 1922 Peerless Starts Delivery of Coal The Peerless coal mine, on Sand Creek five miles west of Broadus, will probably be the sole distributing point this year for coal to Broadus and adjacent communities. The Coyote mine operated last year...

 

Commissioner Proceedings

Thursday, August 25, 2022 Chairman Lee Randall called the meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. in the Commissioner’s office, Powder River County Courthouse. Commissioners Donna Giacometto and John Olson were present. Minutes were approved and ordered...

 

Ventenata Will Make You Wish For Cheatgrass

By PR Extension Office "In a year like this, with abundant grass lasting into the fall, livestock should be satisfied," commented MSU Powder River Extension Agent Mary Rumph. "Unless, of course,...

 

Lady Hawks Are Now 18-0

The Lady Hawk volleyball team had a long week of matches last week, as they played at St. Labre on Tuesday, at home against Jordan in a five game match on Thursday, and traveled to Ekalaka for a tourn...

 

Health Nurse Answers Questions on Flu & COVID

By Darlynn Williams, PR County Public Health Nurse Fall is here and historically, this is a time when infectious diseases rise in our area. Powder River Medical Clinic and Powder River Public Health have teamed up to answer the most frequently...

 

Broadus FFA Travels To Glendive For Districts

Submitted by Broadus FFA Advisor Faith Dyrud On Monday the 26th, the Broadus FFA chapter traveled to Glendive to participate in district Livestock Judging and Range. The top team qualifiers will...

 

Record High Temps Set In September

The weather in September was hot, with temperatures trending 5 degrees above normal for the month in Broadus. Record daily highs were recorded on three days, from the 7th through the 9th, with highs of 106, 105, and 101 on successive days. The 67.4...

 

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