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 News    April 15, 2021 

Community Cleanup Day is April 26th

By Megan Johnson, Student Council President A wise woman once said a clean community leads to healthy citizens. We want to clean up our community on Monday, April 26 by celebrating Community Appreciation Day. The landfill will be open all day for...

 
 News    April 15, 2021 

New Daycare option planned

By Jen Zellers As our community grows, so does the need for childcare. Although we have some wonderful childcare options in our community, there is still a need to help support our new and growing families. It was out of this need that Broadus...

 
 News    April 15, 2021 

Residents Vaccinated at Drive Up Clinic

Powder River Health vaccinated 53 folks for COVID-19 last Saturday, at the drive up COVID clinic at the fairgrounds. As of Saturday, 596 doses of COVID-19 vaccine had been given in Broadus. Powder...

 
 News    April 15, 2021 

Real Estate Transfers

Kimberly Kay Hostetter, Etal, Cheryl Ann McClure, Etal AKA Cheryl Ann Wash to Chad Harrington, Etux, Warranty Deed, Lot 33B, Block 2, City of Broadus, Doyle Subdivision; Lot 34B, Block 2, City of Broadus, Doyle Subdivision. Suzanne S. Trusler, Etal,...

 
 News    April 15, 2021 

Commissioners Proceedings

March 29, 2021 Commissioners met for their weekly meeting with Lee Randall and John Olson present. Commissioner Giacometto was absent as she attended MACRS training in Great Falls. Meeting was called to order. No public comment was received at this...

 
 News    April 15, 2021 

Voices from the Past

April 15, 1921 Overdrafts felony under a new law Henceforth anyone issuing a check when there are not sufficient funds to meet it is guilty of a misdemeanor if the check is for $50 or less, and is guilty of a felony if the check is for more than...

 
 News    April 15, 2021 

DPHHS Confirms First Hantavirus Case for 2021

Case is first one since 2018; Health officials remind Montanans to take precautions to avoid hantavirus Courtesy MT DPHHS The Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) has confirmed that an adult male from Richland County has been...

 
 News    April 15, 2021 

Legislative Roundup - Week 14

By Austin Amestoy UM Legislative News Service University of Montana School of Journalism Montana Senate Passes State Budget Bill, Rejects Attempt to End Medicaid Expansion The state budget is on the move again in the Montana Legislature after the...

 
 News    April 15, 2021 

4-H News

In February, the Tongue River Crossroads 4-H club met at a member's house. Kimber Emmons taught us how to make pipe cleaner flowers. We filled vases with pipe cleaner flowers to give to businesses in...

 
 News    April 15, 2021 

In the News

Kenton Stradinger, originally of Broadus, recently graduated from the Montana Law Enforcement Academy. Stradinger is employed by the Rosebud County Sheriff's Department, and works in Forsyth. Kenton...

 

March weather was dry and mild

On the heels of a cold mid-February, the area weather leveled off in late February and through the month of March. The average temperature for March in Broadus was 41.4 degrees, or 5.1 degrees above normal. The low for the month fell on March 19th,...

 

Art & Soul discusses 2020, looks forward to 2021

Art & Soul gathered recently for a recap of 2020 and to plan for the coming year. Attending the meeting were Kathy Heidel, Laura Lee Ullrich, Ronda Gatlin and Lana Smith. Although inconvenienced by the pandemic, Art & Soul managed to have a...

 

Steps for Charity

In the 8-week Steps for Charity Challenge, it was Jackie Walden, Peggy Kolka, Lori Dinstel and Louise Wilson, The New "40", who came in first with 3.3 million steps. The Broadus Cancer Fund was the...

 

Broadus Elementary Students hunt for Easter Eggs

Easter Egg Hunt - The Broadus First Grade and Kindergarten classes searched the Courthouse lawn for Easter Eggs last Thursday. The classes took time to count their loot, and hitch a ride to and from...

 

Fire consumes truck, pastureland

The hulking skeleton of a semi lies along Highway 212 near the pumping station between Hammond and Alzada, in the picture below taken last week. Reports indicated a blown tire started the fire, which...

 

MDT Prepares For Bridge Rehab In Southeast Montana

COLSTRIP, MONT. – The Glendive District Bridge Preservation Project will evaluate 11 bridges in southeastern Montana for rehabilitation, impacting a state highway (S 39), US highways (US 212 and US 12), the interstate (I 94), and the communities...

 

Voices from the Past

April 8, 1921 Officers Quieten Big Distillery “Billy” Richardson, state stock inspector, and Deputy Sheriff J.K. Marsh are credited with finding a perfectly equipped distillery at the head of Cabin Creek, this county, and are said to be likewise...

 

Reminder: Health Fair coming Thursday April 22

By Kerry Gardner We are gearing up for the HEALTH FAIR on Thursday, April 22, 2021 at the Community Center and Hammond School. We have a variety of tests available including Chemistry Panel, Lipid Panel, CBC, TSH, PSA and HGB A1c for diabetics and...

 

Legislative Feature - Week 13

By Austin Amestoy UM Legislative News Service University of Montana School of Journalism Three bills debuted in the Montana Legislature during the week of March 29 with vastly different approaches for regulating voter-approved recreational marijuana...

 

Court Report

In Justice of the Peace Cathy Landa’s Justice Court Powder River Co. Sheriff’s Office Jeremy Castro, Billings, MT, speeding in restricted zone (80/65) $65. Catherine Breuer, Broadus, MT, unauthorized use of motor vehicle, pled guilty, $375,...

 

Broadus Town Council Minutes

July 7, 2020 No meeting was held. August 4, 2020 Councilperson Pete Wenzel, Councilperson Wanda Smith, Councilperson Lori Turnbough, Councilperson Cody Morris, Public Works Raymond Ragsdale, and Clerk Peggy Fruit were present. Following the Pledge...

 

Commissioners Proceedings

March 15, 2021 Commissioners met for their weekly meeting with Lee Randall, Donna Giacometto, and John Olson present. The meeting was called to order. No public comment was received at this time. Consent agenda was approved. Teel Mullanix, Road...

 

Drive Up COVID Vaccine Clinic to be held April 10

Starting April 1, 2021, all Montanans aged 16 years and older can receive a state-allocated COVID-19 vaccine. A drive up COVID vaccine clinic will be held at the Broadus Fairgrounds on April 10th, from 11 AM-2 PM. The clinic is open to all Montanans...

 

New Sheriffʼs Deputy pins on the badge

Newly hired Sheriff's Department Deputy Glacier Rohrer donned the badge for Powder River County last week, continuing a career in law enforcement that has brought him across the country and back...

 

Recycling Center Needs YOU!

Great things are happening at the Powder River Recycling Center! For one, Ashley Hubler is the director of the Center, and she has great vision and enthusiasm for both recycling and the Center...

 

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