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College Professors discuss their findings during Research Roadshow

The Montana University System held a "Research Roadshow" last Friday in Broadus. The Roadshow, which was part of a tour held in 25 towns across Montana, featured six college professors, associate...

 

Broadus Cross Country Team places 9th at State

By Ashley Emmons The Broadus Lady Hawk Cross Country team made school history and finished in the top 10 at State in their first year of competition! Our three competitors came in ninth out of 20...

 

Broadus NRCS Office Gains Staffmember in Conservation Partnership

The Broadus Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Field Office is pleased to welcome Elizabeth Emeline. Elizabeth is a PRCDHS graduate, and recent graduate of Montana State University with a...

 

Catherine A. Landa Interview

In anticipation of the election on November 6th, The Examiner sent out interview questions to the local candidates. Though all of the local elections are un-opposed for the general election, we felt...

 

Jeffrey Noble Interview

In anticipation of the election on November 6th, The Examiner sent out interview questions to the local candidates. Though all of the local elections are un-opposed for the general election, we felt...

 

Allen Drane, Jr. Interview

In anticipation of the election on November 6th, The Examiner sent out interview questions to the local candidates. Though all of the local elections are un-opposed for the general election, we felt...

 

Lady Hawks finish out regular season, prep for tournament

The Broadus Lady Hawk Volleyball Team closed out their regular season last week with a couple of tough losses, against St. Labre and Wibaux. Despite the losses, Broadus remained in third place in the...

 

Hawk Football team ends season with loss at Scobey

The Broadus Hawks football team and coaching staff made the long journey to Scobey last Wednesday, to play in their final regular season game. The winner of the game would move on to playoffs, the...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

October 1, 2018 The Board of County Commissioners met to conduct county business at their first meeting of the month. Hearing no public comment on the day’s agenda, the board addressed routine business items before scheduled department meetings....

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, October 27, 1988 Mellor’s sell local IGA After 27 years in business, John and Olive Mellor have sold their local IGA store. Broadus natives Larry and Blondie (Wetherelt) Woolston returned and took over ownership of the grocery store on...

 

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Broadus VFW News

Broadus VFW Post 1595 has been expanding its numbers, with a 21% increase in membership over the last year, according to Post Commander Mike Richards. That makes the Broadus post the largest growing post, by percentage, in the state of Montana for...

 

Upcoming Powder River Manor Events

By Kathy Bowers As the leaves float from the trees we are reminded of the seasonal events that take place at the Powder River Manor. First, the Manor will be sponsoring Trick or Treat event for the kids from 1:30 – 2:30 on Halloween, October 31st....

 

Powder River Extension Sausage Making Workshop

Follow meat from the pasture to your plate, by learning how to make your own sausage. Making sausage at home can be a fun way to explore new seasonings and flavors in the convenience of your home and is a great activity to do with your family. You...

 

Harvest Carnival at Faith Bible

Faith Bible Church in Broadus will once again offer fun for kids next Wednesday, 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, Goodie-Fishing,...

 

4-H News

The Mizpah Masters held our first meeting October 1, 2018 at the fire hall. The 4-H group discussed new business and old business then elected officers for the new year. The secretary and the treasurer’s report were not given because the books are...

 

Wesley Glenn Wetherelt

Wesley Glenn Wetherelt, age 67, died peacefully at home Tuesday, October 9, 2018, surrounded by his wife, children, and grandchildren. Leukemia may have called the shots, but Wes was in control of... Full story

 

Peggy Deibel Jones

Peggy Deibel Jones passed away on October 17, 2018 at the age of 78. Peggy Ann Stewart was born to Anna Le and Pete Stewart on July 8, 1940 in Glasgow, Montana. She was later joined by brother Lyle.... Full story

 

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