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Basketball Teams Win At Plevna, At Home Against Wibaux

The boys and girls varsity basketball teams each went 2-0 last week, as they won at Plevna and handled Wibaux in the first home games in Broadus. Boys With aspirations for a return to the state...

 

Examiner Christmas Issue

In this week’s issue, the Broadus Elementary students have helped provide much of the content in the form of Christmas stories, poems, and drawings. The fifth grade class draws holiday related pictures, which we take around to local businesses....

 

Williams Earns Money At National Finals

Joey Williams of Volborg brought home over 14,000 dollars from the Wranger National Finals Breakways Roping, held earlier this month in Las Vegas. Williams was featured in our October 28th issue, where writer Joe Kusek detailed her rise to...

 

Winners Of Christmas Light Contest Announced

This year’s winners of the Powder River Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture’s Christmas Lighting Concert was a combined group. The Wilbur Avenue “Griswald Street”, consisting of decorations by Rich & Melinda Biesheuvel, Scott Cain & Mary...

 

DPHHS Confirms State's First COVID-19 Case Caused by Omicron Variant

Courtesy DPHHS Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) officials have detected the Omicron variant through testing of positive COVID-19 samples from two Montana residents in their 30s with travel history to South Africa. The variant...

 

Broadus FFA Students Compete At Ag Expo In Bozeman

By Clayton Scott Here is a summary of the Montana Ag Expo (formerly the John Deere Ag Expo), which took place November 11-13th, on Montana State University campus, in Bozemen. Broadus FFA members,...

 

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Big Sky, Big Leadership Kicks Off New Year!

By PR Extension Office Powder River County will be the site of an engaging, extensive, intentional leadership series spanning from January to May called Big Sky, Big Leadership. The objective of Big Sky, Big Leadership is to give community members...

 

Voices from the Past

December 20, 1946 County Leads in Alfalfa Seed Production Powder River County raises more alfalfa seed than any other county in Montana, a report of the Agricultural Conservation Association compiled for the year 1945 discloses. The total amount of...

 

4-H News

The Mizpah Masters held their 1st meeting on October 17, 2021 at the Catholic Church. Our President, Becca Aye, led the meeting. Justin Aye led the American Pledge and Avery Kramme led the 4-H Pledge. The minutes were read by Justin Aye and the...

 

Vital Statistics

Marriage License Issued: Lydia Borntreger and Clarence D. Miller, Forsyth, MT...

 

Proposed Re-surfacing Project for US Highway 212 East of Lame Deer

Courtesy MT DOT The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) would like to announce and invite the public to comment on a proposal to resurface about 12.5 miles of US Highway 212, east of Lame Deer in Rosebud County. The project begins just east...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Monde Solomon, Mankato, MN, speeding in restricted zone (87/65) $95. Kenneth Myers, Greenville, PA, speeding in restricted zone (78/65) $65. MHP Karen Ly, Duluth, GA, speeding in restricted zone (86/65) $95. Gary...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

Thursday, December 9, 2021 Chairman Lee Randall called the meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. in the Commissioner’s office, Powder River County Courthouse. Commissioners Donna Giacometto and John Olson were present. The board approved minutes from the...

 

POWDER RIVER  COUNTY CLAIMS

The following is a list of expenses from the county departments, as submitted by the Clerk & Recorder’s office and approved to be paid by the PR County Commissioners for the month of November, 2021. Erica Naillon 172.80 Incontact Inc. 346.18 Lee...

 

Stuff It In My Stocking!

Mrs. Isaak’s Broadus Kindergarten class describes what they would like to see in their stockings this Christmas. Landon Williams: Nerf gun, candy canes, books, and Legos for my little brother. Patrick Handran: Chocolate candy, candy canes, a toy fi...

 

Xmas Lists

Young attendees of the VFW’s December meeting shared their thoughts on Christmas. Dear Santa, My name is Reagan Boman and I am 6 years old. Here’s what I’ve done to be on your nice list: I let Crethow in. Some things I would like to play with:...

 

Christmas Colors

Mrs. Swenson’s 1st grade class describe their favorite Christmas colors. My favorite Christmas color is green. Green like the Grinch. Green like a Christmas tree. Green like elves. Green like carolers. Green like a wreath. By Jayce Worman My...

 

Christmas Stories

By Mrs. Lambert’s 2nd grade class The Best Christmas One night Santa got stuck in my chimney! I saw his feet dangling. He said, "Ho! Ho! Get me out!" So I thought ... would it work if I got some weights because aren't weights heavy? So I put five...

 

My Favorite Christmas

By Mrs. Rogge’s 3rd Grade Class My Christmas tradition is to go to my grandparent’s house. We go to our mom’s parents’ house on Christmas Eve and open presents. Then on Christmas Day, we go to my dad’s parents’ house. We have dinner. We...

 

4th Grade Acrostic Poems

Mrs. Fleming’s 4th grade class authored acrostic poems for us, where the first letter of each line combines to make a word. So fun Nose Ohhhh, cold Winter Making Awesome New Scarlett Talcott Christmas Eve Holiday Reindeer Ice Santa Claus Trees...

 

2021 6th Grade Christmas Poetry

By Mrs. Johnson’s 6th grade class Snowflake By Rachel Rosencranz The snowflake falls down Down from the sky to the ground Landing on the grass Elf By Hunter Stanton So joyful, so fun Make toys for little children Helping Santa Claus. Food By Dylan...

 

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