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Lady Hawks Beat Previously Undefeated Circle Lady Wildcats

"I don't have enough adjectives to describe how well the match went," Broadus Head Coach Gordon Archer beamed as he described the Lady Hawk Volleyball win over Circle. The match took place last...

 

Broadus Post Office Troubles Continue

We reported last week about the car wreck at the post office in Broadus; the wreck set off a chain of events which has frustrated many members of the community. For several days last week the post office operated out of the community center, until a...

 

Annie's Project Offered Virtually

By PR Extension Office Annie's Project, an exciting opportunity for women in agriculture to connect and learn, will be offered virtually this Fall and Winter, according to MSU Extension Agent Mary...

 

Hawk Football Falls To Ekalaka In Final Game of Season

The Broadus Hawks football team played a cross-conference game against Ekalaka on Saturday, with the Bulldogs coming out on top, 56-26. The conditions were pleasant for the game, though the field was...

 

No Tricks, Just Treats

By Tom Herzog Faith Bible Church is reaching out to our community with an October event called, “No Tricks, Just Treats”. Jesus took the time to help people and we want to do the same. Through October 31, we will be doing service projects for...

 

Voices From The Past

October 21, 1921 Wilson Becomes Livestock Feeder Link Wilson trailed about 1,300 head of cattle from Broadus to Gillette and after disposing of about 600 head to George W. Stone of that place, shipped the balance to Seward, Neb., where he will give...

 

Elementary News

By Broadus Schools Principal Denise Ternes Parent Teacher Conferences will be held Tuesday, November 9th, 3:30-7:00 p.m. and Thursday, November 11th, 2:30 to 6 p.m. Red Ribbon Week Activities - October 25-29, 2021. Monday- “I’ll wear camo to...

 

Comments Sought On Proposed Widening Project for MT Highway 59 South of Miles City

Miles City — The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) would like to announce and invite the public to comment on a proposal to widen about 2.5 miles of MT Highway 59, south of Miles City. The project begins at reference post 25.5 (Ed:...

 

Library Notes

By Henry A. Malley Memorial Library Head Librarian Barb Mitchell To those of you who may be new to the area, don’t panic! This is just 1st winter, which follows 1st fall. 1st fall was those 3 weeks of really nice, cool weather without a lot of...

 

Cross Country Races At Joliet, Prepares For State

By Broadus Cross Country Coach Ashley Emmons Our last meet of the regular season was in Joliet. The weather was about perfect running weather; it was a little windy but besides that, beautiful! The Joliet course is a little strange as the course...

 

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