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Hawks finish season with a win

The Broadus Hawk Varsity Football team finished out their season last week with two home games, on Tuesday against the Circle Wildcats, and Friday night against the Forsyth Dogies. Cold conditions...

 

53% of Montanans have voted, one week before Election Day

With a week left until Election Day, 350 out of 595 absentee ballots sent to voters in Powder River County had been returned, according to the Montana Secretary of State. Powder River County is one of only 10 counties in the state to hold in-person...

 

Cross Country runners brave the snow at State

The Broadus Lady Hawk Cross Country team made the long drive to Kalispell last week for the State Meet. The team left Thursday to much fanfare from the PRCDHS student body, seeing their team off in...

 

Jean Hough

Jean Ora Cathey Hough passed away at her home in Broadus on October 24, 2020. She was born February 24, 1929, in Belle Fourche, South Dakota, the third of ten children of Gerald and Ursula Beilage...

 

Lady Hawks Head to District Tournament in Third Seed

The Lady Hawk volleyball team finished their regular season on a high note this Saturday, as they hosted Plevna and Ekalaka on Homecoming. While the conditions outside were rather miserable with a...

 

COVID-19 Update

Eight new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Powder River County last week, including a male age 60-69, a female 60-69, a male 40-49, a female 20-29, two males 1-9, a male 70-79, and a male 50-59. The cases have been related to work and adult...

 

Chamber News

By Jessica Malone Happy fall… or maybe it’s winter already? Thank you to everyone that participated in the Homecoming/Halloween bale decorating contest! What a fun community pride project it turned out to be! We appreciate the Extension Office...

 

Auxiliary prepares for Veteran's Day

By Annie Brimmer Veterans, the “virus” has caused many things to be canceled, rescheduled, or modified this year. It has not changed our appreciation for all you gave and sacrificed to protect and serve this great country, the United States of...

 

FWP encourages hunters to keep tags in plastic baggies

Courtesy MT FWP To prevent paper licenses and carcass tags from getting wet and unreadable, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks recommends hunters keep these documents in a sealable plastic bag. Hunters are encouraged to keep their licenses and carcass...

 

Broadus Elementary News

Parent Teacher Conferences: Tuesday, November 3rd, 3:30-7:00 (Elementary). Thursday, November 5th is EARLY OUT at 2:20. PTC are from 2:30 to 6 (Elementary). Report cards and pictures will be picked up at conferences. Mrs. Ternes will be at the high...

 

Subscriptions due in November

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Letters To The Editor

Ed: We print Letters to the Editor as written. Dear Editor, This is to let our veterans know that I am forever grateful to them for all they gave; that I have the freedom to write this article, the freedom to vote (next Tues.), the freedom to live...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Corbin Irish, Ashland, MT, careless driving, pled guilty, $85. Sharmus Evens, Death Valley, CA, speeding in restricted zone (97/65) $135. Artyon Zeller, Laurel, MD, speeding in restricted zone (88/65) $85. Jamie Ma...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

September 30, 2020 Commissioners present were Donna Giacometto and Lee Randall. Rod Schaffer was absent. Meeting was called to order. No public comment was received at this time. Clerk and Recorder visited with board regarding the safety committee....

 

Bowling Results

Kingpin 10-19-20 High team games: Askin Construction, 815, Askin Construction, 746, Big Sky Bar, 724; high series: Askin Construction, 2264, Big Sky Bar, 2093, Montana Bar, 1513. Individual games: JJ Quiroz, 243, Dave Barbero, 229, JJ Quiroz, 213;...

 

4-H News

Written by Sammie Hart On October 6th, Powder River Rising Stars held a meeting at 3:38 pm in the Election Room at the courthouse. The club voted to purchase vinyl pedigree/stall signs. Harpers are going to check on names for the metal road sign...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, November 1, 1990 Rogge new county road department foreman Area native Don Rogge has been hired as the new foreman of the Powder River County Road Department. Rogge has been employed with the Road Department for about ten years, according...

 

Church Notes

OUR SAVIOR’S LUTHERAN CHURCH-ELCA Pastor Julie Long, 436-2457 “Rooted in the Word, Dwelling in Christ, Branching out for the sake of the World” All are welcome! Please join us for worship. SET CLOCKS BACK 1 hour Saturday night, October 31 (yes...

 

TRECO Unclaimed Capital Credit Checks

Tongue River Electric Cooperative is currently trying to locate the following individuals to pay out their capital credit earnings. If you have any information regarding names on this list, please contact us at 406-784-2341 or by email at [email protected] tong...

 

Hunter check stations, CWD sampling stations ready for general season

Courtesy MT FWP Big game hunter check stations began operation across Montana last weekend, and continue through the general rifle season with a few changes in protocol related to COVID-19 safety. General big game season runs from Oct. 24 through...

 

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