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Gardners are new owners of Broadus Insurance

Todd and Nicole Gardner are the new owners of Broadus Insurance, a locally owned company which has been a staple of the downtown Broadus business community for many years. The Gardner couple are Powde...

 

Stroll on in to Broadus this Friday and help support local businesses

The Powder River Chamber of Commerce and Ag's Annual Christmas Stroll will take place this Friday, with the theme this year of "A Very Merry COVID Christmas." For those looking to purchase Christmas...

 

Riley earns Community Impact Award

Courtesy MSU News Service Montana State University Extension agents, staff and supporters from across Montana recently received awards during Extension's virtual annual conference. The Montana...

 

Grasshopper Suppression Program Info Needed

By PR Extension Office Producers in Powder River County and adjacent areas concerned about potential damage from grasshoppers next summer are encouraged to contact the Powder River Extension Office at 436-2424 by December 10th. “The number of...

 

Broadus Public Schools Announcement

By Dori Phillips Broadus Public Schools will soon destroy cumulative records of all students who graduated prior to 2010. Cumulative records may include intelligence and aptitude scores, extracurricular activities participation, honors and awards, va...

 

Light of Love continues...

By Kelda Page Thank you to everyone who has given to the “Light Of Love” memorial. Donations will be going to the School Community Development Council for community projects. We will be accepting names until December 3rd. To recognize a person,...

 

On the honor roll...

PRCDHS students with grade point averages between 3.5 and 4.0 during the 1st Quarter are listed on the Honor Roll. Those students include: 7th Grade: Novalee Blakeman, Kensi Emmons, Gracie Gali, Maggie Mader, Kayleigh Opstedahl, Darren VerWolf....

 

Junior High Girls Basketball Season Draws to a Close

By Coach Ashley Emmons The junior high girls basketballl season came to a close in Melstone on November 20th. We went into the tournament as the third seed, and faced off against the second place seed, Sacred Heart. The Sacred Heart girls were a...

 

SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans Available to Montana Small Businesses

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Small nonfarm businesses in nine Montana counties and neighboring counties in South Dakota and Wyoming are now eligible to apply for low interest federal disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration, announced...

 

30 Years Ago

­­Thursday, December 6, 1990 Air, soil testing continues at town office, fire hall After nearly eight months, the Montana Underground Storage Tank Bureau may finally be closing in on determining the cause and extent of the problem which led to the...

 

Forest Service Christmas Tree Permits Available Online

Bozeman, MT – It’s that time of year when thousands of families make the annual trek into the woods to cut their own Christmas tree. The Forest Service is helping to carry on this tradition and make it even easier by offering a new online option...

 

Bowling Results

Kingpin 11-2-20 High team games: Askin Construction, 810, Sagebrush/IGA, 768, Sagebrush/IGA, 746; high series: Askin Construction, 2260, Sagebrush/IGA, 2217, Big Sky Bar, 2043. Individual games: Bill Alderman, 241, Dave Barbero, 235, Frank Danielson,...

 

Project Activate - Support Independence and Resilience!

It's very common to gradually end up with a "forward leaning" posture that can contribute to the risk for falls. Proper alignment is often described as being "lifted up" by a string with the head,...

 

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” With spreading COVID-19 cases and for the safety of all worshipers, “in-person” worship is...

 

Lutheran Bazaar and Bake Sale to be held virtually

By Julie Long Lutheran Church Annual Christmas Bazaar and bake sale will be held “virtually” this year, December 12th-16th. Specific information on crafts, delicious food items and yummy baked goods, as well as ordering and delivery/pick-up...

 

Fabric Ladies coming to town

By Pat Ridenour We knew it would happen, ready or not. Christmas is upon us and all are busy trying to get presents bought or made for our loved ones. Those that are doing homemade gifts are trying to find the last minute items to finish projects,...

 

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