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State COVID directives expand

By Powder River County Public Health Officer Sean Hill November 24, 2020 Governor Bullock’s directive released on November 17th further restricts public venues with seating and service times. This is in response to ever increasing number of...

 

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving! - A flock of wild local turkeys pose for a photo atop a dead cottonwood tree. (Turkey photo courtesy Ashley Emmons) . . . . . . . . . Meanwhile, in the photo below a mule deer...

 

PR Chamber prepares for stroll

By Jessica Malone Happy Thanksgiving from the PR Chamber! As we approach the holiday season, the Broadus Christmas Stroll is forefront in our plans! Join us on Friday, December 4th for Stroll activities under the theme “A Very Merry COVID...

 

Broadus Players make All Conference Team

Two Broadus football players made the Eastern 8 Man All-Conference team list this season. Kyle Minow, above left, made second team offense as a running back, and second team defense as a linebacker....

 

Light of Love Continues...

By Kelda Page Thank you to everyone who has donated to the “Light of Love” Memorial. Listed below are the memorials received this week. Randy Sullivan in appreciation of Marshall Sullivan. Lula May Bruce in appreciation of Norman & Allan Bruce,...

 

Sam Gary, oilman and philanthropist, dies at home in Denver at 94

By Kieran Nicholson [email protected] Courtesy of The Denver Post Sam Gary, an oilman and philanthropist who founded the Piton Foundation, died Monday at home in Denver. He was 94. In the 1960s, Gary, then a “wildcat” in the oil...

 

Farm Bureau Survey: Thanksgiving Dinner Cost Down 4%

Courtesy MT Farm Bureau Thanksgiving celebrations will look different for many Americans this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Gatherings are likely to be fewer and farther between, with social distancing and perhaps even remote family...

 

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Broadus FFA attends John Deere Ag Expo

By Alex Edwards The Broadus FFA chapter went to the annual John Deere Ag Expo on November 13. As well as the various virtual contests, the Agronomy, Sales, and Mechanics contests were held in-person...

 

Court Report

In Justice of the Peace Cathy Landa’s Justice Court. Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office John Pennington, Walton, KY, daytime speeding (97/70) $120. Bacilio Ortiz-Perez, Tacoma, WA, no insurance, $285. Bacilio Ortiz-Perez, Tacoma, WA, speeding in...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, November 29, 1990 Hazel Burnsides honored on 90th birthday Otter Creek—Hazel Burnsides was honored with a ninetieth birthday open house last Sunday at the home of neighbors Jim and Jeannette Lei on Taylor Creek. Over 50 friends and neighb...

 

Forest Service Offers 5th Graders Free Access to National Forests and Grasslands

WASHINGTON, Nov. 17, 2020 – The USDA Forest Service today announced it will expand its Every Kid Outdoors program to offer fourth- and fifth-grade students and family members fee-free access to...

 

On the honor roll...

Kesa Copps of Broadus recently made the August 2020 Term Dean’s List at Purdue University Global, where she is studying for her Bachelor’s degree in Health and Wellness. In order to make the Dean’s List, students must successfully earn a grade...

 

State Trust Lands Produce $41.2 Million for Schools

HELENA- At the State Land Board Commissioners meeting last week, Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen was presented with a check for $41,186,280 to support Montana’s public schools. The funds were produced from Montana’s State...

 

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