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Missoula Children's Theatre to host THE SNOW QUEEN this weekend

Journey with fun-loving Hobgoblins to the “land of colored ice” this Friday and Saturday, as they tell the tale of a young girl and her quest to find her best friend. You may find yourself believing in malevolent mirrors, yetis, talking reindeer,...

 

Williams Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

The Montana Association for Career and Technical Education would like to announce that Marshall Williams, Agricultural Education teacher at Powder River County High School, has been selected for the...

 

Lady Hawks finish out season at District Tourney

After finishing their regular season third in the conference, the Lady Hawk volleyball team traveled to Glendive for the District Tournament. The tournament, held last Thursday and Friday at Dawson...

 

Cynde Jo Gatlin

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...

 

Building a Better Broadus Event draws crowd to PR Historical Museum

The Building a Better Broadus event, hosted by the Powder River Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture, drew a sizable crowd to the Powder River Historical Museum last Tuesday evening. "I think the...

 

Lee Randall

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 t...

 

Molly Lloyd

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 t...

 

Phoebe Amsden

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 that an introduction would be newsworthy and inform...

 

Patty Phillippi

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...

 

BPA Students travel to Fairmont Hot Springs

By Charlanne Lemke The six BPA students pictured below were chosen to attend the BPA (Business Professionals of America) Fall Leadership Conference in Anaconda, MT. They listened to speakers,...

 

Youth, Nicotine and JUUL

Submitted by Darlynn Williams, County Health Nurse While the number of youth using cigarettes has decreased in recent years, the number of youth using electronic cigarettes has skyrocketed. The term ‘electronic cigarette’ covers a wide variety...

 

Bowling Results

Kingpin 10-8-18 High team games: Askin Construction, 727, Askin Construction, 716, Big Sky Bar, 666; high series: Askin Construction, 2001, Big Sky Bar, 1971, PR Lanes, 1779. Individual games: Barry Russiff, 214, Eric Gotfredson, 213, Noah Miller,...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, November 3, 1988 Ameline pleads guilty in abandoned pot case A 30-year-old Great Falls man who Powder River County Attorney Dan Schwarz said was the “primary instigator” in last summer’s now famous abandoned marijuana case has pleaded...

 

AQHA Recognizes 50-Year Breeder

The American Quarter Horse Association, Amarillo – The American Quarter Horse Association honored this year's 50-year breeders at a ceremony October 22 at the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame...

 

Broadus Elementary News

Elementary Halloween Costume Rules: Costumes must conform to the School Dress Code. Costumes should not cause a disruption to the school program. No weapons, toy weapons, or props replicating weapons are to be brought to school. No props or equipment...

 

Black bear closed in bear management unit 700

By order of the Montana Fish & Wildlife Commission, the hunting of all black bears in Bear Management Unit 700 closed one-half hour after sunset on Monday, October 29, 2018. To check Montana’s black bear harvest in quota areas, go to Hunting and...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office John Gable, Madison, WI, daytime speeding (89/70) $70. Anthony Pillow, Chicago, IL, daytime truck speeding (80/60) $105. Kaydin Trent, Broadus, MT, tobacco possession, $135. Thomas Waller, Whitehouse Sta., NJ, dayt...

 

Church Notes

FAITH BIBLE CHURCH Pastor Tom Herzog No schedule was provided 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...

 

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