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Broadus welcomes Foreign Exchange Students

Two local families are hosting foreign exchange students this year. The young men, Guille Castellanos from Spain, and Alessandro Galieni, from Italy, are both going to school at PRCDHS for the...

 

District Court Report

Several cases have recently been settled in District Court, one of which went to trial. On October 25th, a jury trial concluded that Theresa Wesland, formerly of Broadus, was not guilty of issuing a bad check for $985.25. The case stemmed from an...

 

Recognize someone special with a "Light of Love" Memorial

By Kelda Page Has someone or an organization made an impact on your life? Why not recognize them by giving a monetary gift to benefit community projects in Powder River County? This is an opportunity to give back to the community in the name of...

 

Quick Books and Noxious Weeds Focus of Annie's Project

(PR Extension) Participants in the Annie's Project were treated to an introduction of the use of QuickBooks in Agriculture and learned about noxious weeds in Powder River County, according to...

 

Junior High Boys Bball takes home 1st place trophy

The Broadus Boys Junior High Basketball team had a great regular season, finishing 9-1 in conference play, with their only loss to Melstone. That loss would prove to be both prophetic and a motivator...

 

PRCDHS Mobile Chromebook Lab provided with help from PRCEF Grant

By Connie Barnhart An unusual metal box may be seen meandering the halls of PRCDHS. The large metal chest on wheels is being pushed by teachers from classroom to classroom. It contains a mobile lab...

 

Lady Hawks Junior High Team finishes 4th at Tournament

The Broadus Lady Hawks Junior High Basketball team played in their year-end tournament last weekend in Miles City, at Sacred Heart. The Lady Hawks played Sacred Heart in their first game. According to Broadus Coach Jacy Collins, Broadus was down by 8...

 

Artisan's Guild under formation

By Lana Kay Smith The possibility of forming an artisan’s society in the Broadus area has come one step closer to reality. Several interested persons recently met to discuss their ideas and visions for such a group. Although an official name or...

 

Ingeborg Edeltrout Popelka

Inge was born in 1934, in Stainislau, Poland to Otto Peter Kotarba and Cacilie Schindelar-Tkaczyk. During World War II, her family was relocated to Germany. As a child she witnessed the firebombing... Full story

 

Hunting Season nears its end

As hunting season draws to a close this weekend, this mule deer buck says goodbye to hunters as he easily clears a fence. With a little luck and some decent weather, he'll survive another winter...

 

Christmas Tree Permits available on Custer National Forest

(Courtesy USFS) Christmas tree permits are now available for all seven Ranger District offices and numerous vendors across the Custer Gallatin National Forest. Forest Service offices in Bozeman, West Yellowstone, Livingston, Gardiner, Red Lodge,...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

October 29, 2018 Commissioners Darold Zimmer, Rod Schaffer, and Donna Giacometto were present for a regular meeting. Hearing no public comment on the day’s agenda, the board addressed routine business items before scheduled department meetings....

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, November 17, 1988 Fashion Show, Continued... Jim McGill wore an original Broadus Red Devils uniform, loaned by Lloyd Nalley. As McGill appeared on stage, an attractive trio of local girls sang “Take Me Out to the Ball Game.” Next was...

 

Hunter success dips at Week 3 check stations in Region 7

Hunter success dipped at check stations in Hysham and Ashland on Sunday, but hunters were still happy and encountering wildlife. “Historically, we see the percent of hunters with deer/elk/antelope to be around 60 percent on the third weekend of...

 

UM Poll: Only 22 Percent of Montanans able to name State's Highest Point

MISSOULA – The University of Montana’s Big Sky Poll asked respondents, “Can you tell me the name of the highest natural point in Montana?” Twenty-two percent of respondents answered correctly – Granite Peak. Located in the Beartooth...

 

Bowling News

Wicked Wednesday Entertainment 10-24-18 High team games: Spare Me, 573, PR Lanes, 531, Stockman Stalkers, 513; high series: Spare Me, 1573, PR Lanes, 1500, Stockman Stalkers, 1386. Individual games: Amanda Zimmer, 170, Joelle D’Amico, 155, Jerri...

 

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