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Broadus Business Professionals compete at regional contest

By Libby Nisley, BPA Advisor Broadus Business Professionals of America (BPA) attended the Regional contest on Monday, December 14th at home in the comfort of our business classroom. There were 110 stu...

 

Examiner Christmas Edition

This will be our final publication of 2020, as we take a week off over Christmas every year. No major vacations are planned over the break, instead we will be updating some software for the coming year. In this issue you will find a cornucopia of...

 

Community rallies around injured youth

A vehicle wreck early in December sent one local youth, Aidan Kenelly, to the hospital with a traumatic brain injury and fractured jaw, and unleashed an outpouring of support from our community. Aidan was flown to the Primary Children’s Hospital in...

 

Grasshopper Suppression Update

By PR Extension Office More than eighty producers in Powder River County have indicated an interest in assistance through APHIS (Animal, Plant Health Inspection Service), for help suppressing grasshoppers in the summer of 2021, according to MSU...

 

Free Ranch Profitability Workshop coming up in January

By Liz Riter The Powder River Conservation District will be hosting a Ranch Profitability Workshop on January 12, 19, and 26th at the VFW Hall in Broadus. There will be three workshops, each building on the previous one, where participants work...

 

NRCS Offers Wildfire Recovery Assistance to Montana Ag Producers

Bozeman, Mont., December 15, 2020—The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is offering technical and financial assistance to agricultural landowners impacted by 2020 wildfires across Montana. NRCS is accepting applications for its...

 

Subscriptions due in January

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Howard Moths

Howard Milton Moths, age 90 of Miles City, entered into heaven to meet Jesus, dying of natural causes. Howard was born on February 26, 1930, to Franklin and Stella (Robison) Moths in Miles City,...

 

Richard Remley

Richard (Dick) Lee Remley, 82, passed away November 9, 2020 at Lasting Legacy. At Dick's request, there will be no services. He was born December 17, 1937 in Harrison, Idaho to Charles and Doris...

 

Christmas Past

Thursday, December 20/27, 1990 Christmas Past 60 Years Ago The community Christmas tree and program will be Sunday night, December 20 at Macy’s Hall in Broadus at 7:30. The following is program: Welcome song, Mrs. Wiley’s and Mrs. Wood’s...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Carrie Jensen, Kent, WA, speeding in restricted zone (85/65) $85. Clifford Gay, Fairburn, GA, speeding in restricted zone (78/65) $65. Layan Alquisi, Des Moines, IA, speeding in restricted zone (89/65) $95. Maklin...

 

PR COUNTY CLAIMS

November 2020 Boss Office Products 1062.12 Cynde Jo Gatlin 79.94 Globalstar USA 88.99 Incontact Inc. 392.99 Lee Randall 4761.98 Powder River Examiner 1085.75 Range Telephone Cooperative 3318.80 Town of Broadus 2115.52 #9 Trucking 742.50 Alderman Oil...

 

FWP to launch new website

Courtesy MT FWP Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is launching a new website that will improve customer service, make it easier to use, and to provide a more mobile-friendly experience. The completely re-designed website will have more intuitive...

 

USDA Announces Increase to Incentive Payments for Continuous Conservation Reserve Program

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Agriculture is increasing incentive payments for practices installed on land enrolled in the Continuous Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) is upping the Practice Incentive...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

November 30, 2020 Commissioners Donna Giacometto and Lee Randall met for their weekly meeting. Commissioner Schaffer was absent. Commissioner-elect John Olson joined the meeting. Meeting was called to order. No public comment was received at this tim...

 

Christmas Lists

During the Christmas Stroll, the Powder River Senior Center set up a table where young strollers could write letters to Santa, along with a list of what they wanted for Christmas. Here are those lists. Dear Santa Claus, My name is Griffin. I am 7...

 

Where Does Santa Go on Vacation?

By Mrs. Isaak’s Broadus Elementary Kindergarten Class Dolly Randall: Santa would go to the swimming pool. He would swim with his wife. He would go to the ocean to swim. He would have fun. He would take swimming lessons. Santa would go...

 

Broadus First Grade Christmas Stories

Mrs. Emmons’ First Grade Class wrote Christmas stories for the paper. The Christmas Story Rudolph's nose is bright and red. I love the red presents under our tree. In my family's house we have a tree with ornaments. On my roof the reindeer are...

 

If Santa Got Stuck in my chimney...

Laura Lambert’s 2nd grade class describe their methods of extricating a stuck St. Nick. Saving Santa The night before Christmas I was sleeping and I heard ah,ah, ah, ah, ah, ah. I looked up my chimney and I saw Santa Claus. I asked him, "Are you...

 

Christmas Magic

By Mrs. Rogge’s Third Grade Class I like to decorate my house because it is pretty and fun. I also like to decorate the Christmas tree. The thing I like the most is spending time with my family. **Ilea Wahl Last year Santa left his hat! But...

 

Our Christmas Traditions

By Mrs. Swenson’s Fourth Grade Class My family has a few Christmas traditions that I like. One is that my Grandma Holly always picks out dresses and dress clothes for all the kids to wear. At my Grandma Marilyn’s house, my grandma makes a home...

 

What Christmas Means to Me

By Mrs. Swenson’s Fourth Grade Class Christmas means to me the day that Jesus was born in the manger. Another thing is Christmas is a day to give anyone a gift to show that you care like the presents that the three wise men gave Jesus. That is...

 

Sixth Grade Christmas Poems

Christmas Tree by Ashton Madsen We used an axe and chopped down a tree it could barely fit through the door we spent all night hanging ornaments I've never seen such a pretty tree before Winter By Justin Aye Chilly Throwing snowballs Snowboarding or...

 

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