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2018 plays out like a Sergio Leone Movie

By Joe Stuver The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly come to mind when reviewing the Year of Our Lord 2018. The success or failure of a year in our ranching community is usually predicated by the previous year. 2017 was simply ugly. There was little...

 

Senior Center Happenings

By Senior Center Director Pat Ridenour It’s been quite a while since I put pen to paper so I will catch you up a bit. In September John and I moved to town and that has taken a lot of time and energy! I found out I am not as young as I once was-...

 

Strong Women Exercise classes begin in January

Courtesy of PR Extension The MSU Extension - Powder River County Office will be offering the StrongWomen program, a 12-week exercise program for middle-aged and older women on Monday and Wednesday from 7:00 a.m. until 8 a.m. at the Senior Center...

 

Thespians strut their stuff at Speech & Drama meets

By Broadus Speech & Drama Coach Caroline Johnson Our Broadus Speech and Drama team may be small compared to some schools, but these dedicated few are really giving these larger teams some pretty stiff competition. The Broadus Speech and Drama team ar...

 

Next paper comes out January 4th

We’re taking a little break between Christmas and New Year’s, so there will not be a paper printed on December 27th. The first Examiner of 2019 will be on newsstands January 4th, and the deadline will be Wednesday, January 2nd at 10:00...

 

Wrestlers compete in Huntley

Five members of the Broadus Hawk Wrestling Team traveled to Huntley Project last week for a tournament. Seth McDowell, Brian Hopkins, Luke Herzog, Ronnie Richards, and Josiah Middle Rider wrestled...

 

Girls Basketball team wins at Plevna

The Broadus Lady Hawk basketball team won their first game of the season last week, beating Plevna 31-23. "We played really well, and did all the little things right," Broadus Head Coach Kacey...

 

Hawk boys nearly win at Wibaux

The Broadus Hawk Boys Varsity Basketball team traveled to Wibaux on Saturday, for a tough conference matchup against what many considered to be the team which would take second in the conference ...

 

Everett Hanlan

Everett Hanlan, age 98, of Broadus, MT passed away on December 17, 2018 at the Powder River Manor in Broadus, MT. Everett was born on March 16, 1920 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada the second... Full story

 

Rosalie O'Neal

Rosalie O’Neal passed away December 11, 2018 at the nursing home in Sundance, Wyoming. She was born in Miles City, Montana on May 28, 1931 to Ralph and Nellie Irion, and was raised on the family ranch near Mizpah Creek. Rosalie attended college in... Full story

 

Clo Wiltse

Clo Wiltse was born in Arnolds Park, Iowa as "Chloryce Jerene Ode" to Carl and Leila Ode. She was joined by a sister, 7 years later, Sondra (Soni) Koskela (Marvin). The Ode family moved to Grand... Full story

 

Arthritis Exercise Classes Begin January 7th

Courtesy PR Extension Start the new year with Arthritis Exercise classes. Classes will begin Monday, January 7th, at the Senior Center, at 10:00 a.m., and 4:00 p.m., and take place on Mondays and Wednesdays each week. Classes include a health...

 

Light of Love accepting names until December 23

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 23rd. To recognize a person, passed or...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

December 3, 2018 All commissioners were present for their meeting. Minutes were presented and approved. Hearing no public comment on the day’s agenda, the board addressed routine business items before scheduled department meetings. First...

 

Forest Service in need of members for Resource Advisory Councils

Bozeman, MT… The Custer Gallatin National Forest is looking for people interested in volunteering for one of our two Resource Advisory Committees (RAC). The Gallatin RAC covers Gallatin County and the Southern Montana RAC covers Park, Sweet Grass,...

 

Gotfredson wins National American FFA Degree

Each year, the National FFA Organization honors FFA members who show the utmost dedication to the organization through their desire to develop their potential for premier leadership, personal growth...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, December 15, 1988 Mader established as Lady Hawks all-time great Lady Hawk standout Lody Mader emerged as one of Broadus’ all-time leading athletes during her four-year career with the varsity squad. Lody, who ended her high school...

 

Subscriptions due in January

Cost is $37 in county, $38 of county, and $39 out of state. Please mail checks to: Powder River Examiner, PO Box 328, Broadus, MT 59317. If you’d like to save a stamp, feel free to drop payments in the payment box on our front door, located across...

 

Broadus Town Council Minutes

No meeting in August 2018 TOWN OF BROADUS COUNCIL MEETING September 4, 2018 @ 6:00 pm Mayor Lyman Amsden; Councilperson Wanda Smith; Councilperson Lori Turnbough; Councilperson Cody Morris; Public Works Raymond Ragsdale; Public Works Cassidy Zimmer;...

 

Broadus Elementary News

What?!?! No Recess?!?!? Please help us keep students safe and warm by sending snow boots, snow pants, coats, gloves and headgear. We have had some students show up without these items. If they don’t have boots, they have to stay on the sidewalk,...

 

1st graders share their favorite Christmas colors

Mrs. Emmon’s 1st grade class describes their favorite Christmas colors: My favorite Christmas color is gold. As gold as the bells hanging on Santa's sleigh. As gold as an ornament hanging on the tree. As gold as a shirt that I like. Carter D'Amico...

 

Holiday Poetry

Courtesy of Caroline Johnson’s 6th Grade Class Christmas By Zach Jones Fun in the white snow Presents under the tree Let’s build a snowman Santa Clause will come tonight Prime rib dinner is so good. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Christmas...

 

Volunteering at School and in the Community

By Broadus Schools Superintendent Jim Hansen Since this is the season of giving, I thought it would be an appropriate time to discuss the importance of community service to your school and community. Our school and community have been fortunate to...

 

What makes your Christmas Merry?

Mrs. Rogge’s Third Grade Class recently wrote to answer the question: What makes your Christmas Merry? Here are their answers: I like Christmas because I get to see my grandma. I like the presents. I also really like the lights on the Christmas...

 

Fruit makes DCC President's Honor List

GLENDIVE, MONT. - December 18, 2018 - Dawson Community College has released the names of students who have been honored for academic excellence during Fall semester 2018. To qualify for inclusion on the President’s Honor List, students must carry...

 

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