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School settles with Kane

The Broadus Elementary School District has settled its litigation with former Broadus 5th grade teacher Becky Kane. The settlement arose from two cases which were ruled in Kane’s favor. Both cases stem from events occurring at the April 9, 2018...

 

Speed Limit on Hwy 212 now set at 65 mph for all traffic

Last Wednesday, an alarming Facebook post went viral across our area. The post, originally written by Kyle Fulmer, described a change in speed limit along US Hwy 212, from Crow Agency across...

 

Gianforte visits Broadus

Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte visited Broadus on Thursday, during a tour of Southeastern Montana. Gianforte's stop in Broadus came after traveling to Ekalaka to visit Dahl Memorial Critical Acces...

 

Hawk Football plays at Circle, hosts Fairview

The Broadus Hawk football team has had a tough season, with one win under their belts early in the season, a game in which Lame Deer forfeited. Over the past two weeks, Broadus faced the number 1 and...

 

Malone is Enrolled Agent

Jessica Malone recently attained her Enrolled Agent (or EA) certification. Jessica works as a tax associate and now EA at Gardner & Billing CPAs PLLC, in Broadus. An Enrolled Agent is a federally...

 

Court Report

In Powder River County Justice Court Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Larry Graham, Boulder, CO, fail to stop for school bus, $135. David Scheckla, Broadus, MT, expired registration, $85. David Scheckla, Broadus, MT, fail to provide proof of...

 

Patten Bookkeeping now headquartered in Broadus

Michelle Patten, purveyor of Patten Bookkeeping & Consulting, recently moved her headquarters into town. Housed in the back of the Gardner & Billing, CPA Building on the north side of the bloc...

 

Real Estate Transfers

Russell-Rumph Ranch, Inc. to Quentin Rumph, Notice of Purchaser’s Interest, T7S, R50E, Sec. 14, E2SE4; T7S, R50E, Sec. 23, SE4, S2NW4, S2NE4, S2SW4, NW4NW4, NE4SW4; T7S, R50E, Sec. 24, SW4NW4, NW4SW4; T7S, R50E, Sec. 26, N2NW4, N2NE4. John Thomas...

 

Bullock implements emergency ban on flavored E-Cigarettes

From the Montana DPHHS On October 8, 2019, Governor Steve Bullock directed the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) to implement emergency administrative rules to temporarily prohibit the sale of flavored e-cigarettes. The...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

September 23, 2019 Commissioners met for their weekly meeting with Lee Randall and Rod Schaffer present. Donna Giacometto was at MACO meetings all week. The meeting was called to order. No public comment was received at this time. Consent agenda ...

 

Non-resident boaters are required to purchase AIS Prevention Pass

Non-residents planning to bring their watercraft into Montana must now purchase an AIS Prevention Pass (AISPP) before launching on state waters. The AISPP was initiated by the 2019 Montana Legislature to help fund the fight against aquatic invasive...

 

Library Notes

by Henry A. Malley Memorial Library Head Librarian Diane Stuver October 10th On display at the Henry A. Malley Memorial Library is a collection of multi-media pieces from Johnathan Williams. Connie Wilson’s Marigold Carnival Glass collection is in...

 

Buffalo Bill's Sad Legacy on Hanging Woman Creek

A column on local history, researched and written by Shane Dunning. Shane may be reached at [email protected] (Continued from last week) It is not known with certainty what were the...

 

Phyllis "Kay" Plummer

Phyllis Kay Plummer, age 78, of Colstrip, formerly of Miles City was born on September 23, 1941 in Jordan, Montana the daughter of Ellis Ruel and LaVina Lucille (Garthofner) Childers. They lived in...

 

Charles Jean Hellickson

Charles Jean Hellickson, age 72, passed away on October 6, 2019. Memorial services will be held on Friday, October 11, 2019 at Stevenson and Sons Funeral Home in Miles City, Montana. A Celebration of Life will follow the service at the Montana Bar,...

 

Glenda Rumph

A Memorial service for Glenda Rumph will be held at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, October 5, 2019 at Walker Funeral Home with Pastor Edward Sisti officiating. Glenda Ann Rumph passed away peacefully on...

 

Lady Hawks play three matches

The Broadus Lady Hawk Volleyball team played in three matches over the last week, including a home match against Wibaux, and on the road at Ekalaka and Terry. By the time the paper comes out, another match, on Tuesday night against St. Labre will...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, October 12, 1989 Centennial swine drive was a “squealing” success The Great Montana Centennial Swine Drive, held at Boyes last Sunday, was a “squealing” success, according to members of the Boyes Ladies Club (Let’er Oink...

 

County split nearly caused wedding woes

By Amorette Allison, History Columnist for the Miles City Star County-splitting was a popular activity in Montana during the teens of the 20th century. Custer County, which at one time made up half of eastern Montana, was further reduced, with...

 

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