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Powder River County Wants Your Input

Submitted by Julie Emmons Powder River County is beginning the process of updating the Powder River County Growth Policy. A growth policy is an official guidance document meant to provide the County Commissions and the residents of the County with a...

 

4th Grade Letters To Vets

Diana Swenson’s Broadus 4th grade class wrote thank you letters to Veterans, in honor of Veterans Day. The letters are printed below. Dear Veterans, Thank you for protecting us. How is your life going? Thank you for fighting for us. I would be...

 

St. Vincent de Paul Store News

By Charlee Kuhbacher Cash donations through the months of November and December will go to the food bank or holiday food baskets, for those in need. St. V’s is hosting an Ugly Sweater Contest during the Broadus Christmas Stroll, November 30th with...

 

Statewide Election Results

The 2018 General Election was held last week, with good statewide voter turnout, at 71.5%, or 508,955 of 711,844 registered voters heading to the polls. In Powder River County, 984 of 1,297 registered voters cast their ballots, to beat the statewide...

 

4-H Members & Leaders Recognized at Achievement Night

(PR Extension) Teen 4-H Club President Ashley Bilbrey welcomed more than seventy 4-H members, leaders and parents to the annual 4-H Achievement Night awards ceremony at the Broadus Community Center...

 

Harvest Fest to feature Cowgirl Poet

The Powder River Farm in the Dell will be hosting our annual Harvest Fest on Saturday, November 17th. This is our largest fund-raising event of the year to support this rural home for developmentally disabled men. The event will include a dinner...

 

Spring Creek, Mizpah News

Residents on the Powder River and Spring Creek areas have been busy with fall work shipping and working with the cattle. The weather has been nice with a few days moved around for much needed rainfalls. Helen Orestad has had lots of visitors at...

 

New Preschool offered in Broadus

By Molly Lloyd “Shining Star Preschool Coming Soon! We need your help! Classes are scheduled to begin Monday January 7th, 2019 and will be held Mondays and Wednesdays at the Powder River Congregational Church from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00-noon. This is...

 

4-H News

Biddle Busy Beavers November Meeting Report The meeting was called to order by President Rheanna Schroeder. The meeting was at the high school student lounge following the basketball games. There were 13 members present. We elected new officers for...

 

Big Powder Ponderings

Most cattle work is done in the Powderville area with the early contracts doing much better than the late market. For the most part it was a good spring, summer, and fall, but the harsh winter still showing affects on the cows and calves with...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

October 9, 2018 All board members were present for their meeting to conduct county business. Hearing no public comment on the day’s agenda, the board addressed routine business items before scheduled department meetings. They read, approved and...

 

30 Years Ago

Thursday, November 17, 1988 Local World War I veteran honored In commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the entry of the United States into World War I, the French government determined in the late 1987 to give recognition to living U.S. Veterans...

 

Court Report

Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Orrin Hebert, Williston, ND, speeding in restricted zone (43/30) $65. Zachary Nelson, Riverton, WY, assault, pled guilty, $385. Matthew Anderson, Alvord, IA, nighttime truck speeding (66/55) $105. Martin Fuller,...

 

Powder River County Claims

October, 2018 Centurylink $299.70 Globalstar Usa $82.66 Mid-Rivers Communications $350.90 Montana Interactive $170.00 Powder River Examiner $1,363.50 Range Telephone Cooperative $4,398.12 Town Of Broadus $1,854.68 Alderman Oil Co. $12,895.98 Alimed...

 

Unofficial Election Results

Results from the November 6, 2018 election are shown below. Official results will be printed once they have been verified by the Election Board. Please click on the link below to view a table with the local results. https://www.po...

 

Young Thespians display talent in MCT Production

The Missoula Children's Theatre presented THE SNOW QUEEN in Broadus, on November 2nd and 3rd. The play told the tale of a land of colored ice, told by a group of fun-loving, imaginative hobgoblins. Th...

 

Veteran's Day Program to be held at Powder River Manor, Nov 11

The public is cordially invited and urged to attend the Veteran’s Day program on Sunday, November 11, 2018 at 2:30 p.m. at the Powder River Manor. This program will be presented by the VFW Post 1595 and Auxiliary. Following the program,...

 

Annie's Project: Empowering Women in Agriculture

The Annie’s Project first workshop on Monday focused on personality and generational differences and how they relate to everyday life, both on and off the ranch, according to Powder River Extension Agent Mary Rumph. Attendees participated in a...

 

MEDICARE OPEN ENROLLMENT

What Should I Do? Get started now instead of waiting until Dec 1st. Pay attention to your mail. You will be getting lots of information; some of it will be on your Part D, Advantage Plans or Extra Help (Social Security Low Income Subsidy) which...

 

30 Years Ago

The first article was featured in the Thursday, November 10, 1988 Examiner, and features headlines from the same timeframe in 1899 – which in 1988 would celebrate the 99th Anniversary of Montana as a state. The following article speaks about old...

 

National Forest Surveys Have Begun on the Custer Gallatin National Forest

Soon, you may see more Forest Service employees working in developed and dispersed recreation sites and along Forest Service roads. They will be wearing bright orange vests and be near a sign that says “Traffic Survey Ahead”. Just like the...

 

LEGOS at the Library + Library Notes

November 8th On display at the Henry A. Malley Memorial Library thru December 20th are Lucas Capp’s Lego creations. Lucas is 8 years old and the son of Karen and Shilo Capp. Ann Emmons’ acrylic...

 

A mixed bag for October Weather

By Joe Stuver Eastern Montana saw a very nice early October, but a beautiful fall turned downright chilly as folks wondered if the season had again missed us. Later in the month, though, temperatures warmed along with everybody’s spirits. Another...

 

First Quarter Honor Roll

7th GRADE HONOR ROLL Isaacs, Emma 3.810 Barbero, Gracie 3.762 Mader, Mia 3.709 Zimmer, Cooper 3.625 McDowell, Ciara 3.619 Schaffer, Zeason 3.524 8th GRADE HONOR ROLL Billing, Lauryn 3.792 Mader, Marcus 3.750 Edwards, Alex 3.708 Cain, Lucinda 3.571...

 

Real Estate Transfers

CRMX-239 LLC to Charlo Land LLC, Etal, Cracker Box Creek Land LLC, Etal, Special Warranty Deed, T1S, R53E, Sec. 34, ALL, ALL, LYING EAST OF THE POWDER RIVER; T2S, R53E, Sec. 03, ALL; Lot 1, T2S, R53E, Sec. 08, NE4NE4; Lot 2, T2S, R53E, Sec. 08,...

 

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