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Building a Better Broadus, Second Edition

By Dave Gardner I have had the best of intentions of adding to the previous article about Building a Better Broadus, but life seems to get in the way! The summer and fall have been very busy for all of us, and taking a few minutes to reflect on what...

 

Barnhart named Montana Art Educator of the Year

Broadus High School Art Teacher Connie Barnhart was recently presented with the prestigious Montana Art Educator of the Year Award, presented by the Montana Art Education Association. Connie was...

 

Cross Country moves on to State

The Broadus Lady Hawk Cross Country Team finished their regular season last week. The four competitors: Rachel Rasmussen, Rheanna Schroeder, Samantha Perry, and Chalee Harms, have all qualified for St...

 

Lady Hawk Volleyball plays Circle, Lame Deer

The Lady Hawk volleyball team played two matches last week, traveling to Circle and Lame Deer. On Thursday, the Broadus team and coaching staff made the drive to McCone County to face the Circle Lady Wildcats, a team which had beaten the Lady Hawks...

 

Harvest Luncheon coming up

Powder River Manor will be hosting their annual “Harvest Luncheon” on Friday, November 8, from 11:00 A.M. to 1:30 P.M., at the Broadus Community Center. The event is sponsored by community members, family and friends, who work together and...

 

Local bowlers do well at Montana Senior Bowling Tournament

By Kathy Alderman Bill Alderman and Kirk Askin traveled to Forsyth for the Senior State bowling tournament on October 19th. The format for the tournament was a 6 games singles score made up of two,...

 

Broadus to host future teachers

Broadus will be once again host the Montana Rural Teacher Preparation Program, for the third year in a row. This fall, MSU-Bozeman students, under Dr. Jayne Downey will visit Broadus. The group of future educators will be here October 27-30th,...

 

Bowling Results

Wicked Wednesday Entertainment 10-16-19 High team games: Dawn & Who?, 357, Jerri & Lori, 252, Bonnie & Kelly, 236; high series: Dawn & Who?, 971, Jerri & Lori, 706, Bonnie & Kelly, 664. Individual games: Dawn Mraz, 210, Ricarda Hanson, 153, Bonnie...

 

JH Basketball Season Begins

The Broadus Junior High began their basketball seasons last week. Head Coaches for the teams are Mike Richards coaching the boys, and Ashley Emmons coaching the girls. Here are the scores from the games last week: Boys A 58, Plevna 7; Girls A 38,...

 

MSU Extension Service Hosts Montana Conversation "Dance, Dance, Dance"

The MSU Extension Service – Powder River County and the Arthritis Exercise Program are hosting Montana Conversation “Dance, Dance, Dance” with Mark Matthews on November 13th and November 14th in Broadus. The first program is at the High School...

 

Local Webinar Featuring Noxious Weed Palmer Amaranth

To be held November 5th, from 8:30 a.m. – Noon, at the Powder River County Election Room Palmer Amaranth, a pigweed relative, is one of the most serious weeds facing American agriculture today and it’s coming this way! After traveling across the...

 

David Robert Taylor

Dave was the second child born to Lloyd & Evelyn Cadwell Taylor on September 30, 1937 in Belle Fourche, South Dakota. He peacefully entered the arms of Jesus on Sunday, September 29, 2019 in...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, October 26, 1989 Hawks are playoff bound The Broadus Hawks, for the first time in nearly two decades, are headed towards the Montana Class B Football Playoffs! The Hawks smashed Forsyth last Friday night, 27 to 6, to earn the right to advan...

 

Harvest Carnival Scheduled at Faith Bible Church

By Tom Herzog Faith Bible Church in Broadus will once again offer fun for kids next Thursday, October 31st from 6 – 8 pm. We will have a variety of games in our gym. Games in past years included Skeeball, Target Shooting, Ring Toss, Penny Drop,...

 

CHAMBER NEWS

By Jessica Malone Fall is an awfully short season around here and if the blustery weather has you ready to curl up with a good book, then check out the Building a Better Broadus Book Club. The group, led by Melissa Billing, meets on the third...

 

An artist's firsthand view of the Old West in action

A column on local history, researched and written by Shane Dunning. Shane may be reached at [email protected] An underappreciated aspect of western history has been the contribution of...

 

Boat Inspection Stations close for Season, Inspections Still Required

By MT FWP Montana’s watercraft inspection stations are closing for the season, but boaters can still obtain an inspection at FWP regional and area offices. Late-season anglers and hunters utilizing boats for waterfowl or big game hunting need to...

 

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