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Bean harvest underway

     The Yellowstone Bean receiving station in Terry has been taking in this season’s pinto bean crop since Friday, August 29. As of Tuesday evening 75 loads had come in to the Terry station, according to office manager Shelby Sterchi, pictured at bottom.

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New practitioner settling in

     Family Nurse Practitioner Sarah Sommerfeld, seated, moved to Terry last month and began a week of orientation at the Prairie County Clinic August 21. Sommerfeld joined the staff at the Glendive Medical Hospital and Prairie Community Hospital following her employment at the Cen-tral Wellness in Billings.

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Cameron Gala offers entertaining evening for large gathering


Bruce and Merry Kalfell enjoy the evening at the Cameron Gala, as they and
their family's ranch was honored as a ranch from Evelyn Cameron's era.

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Community

Thursday’s special council meeting will address sewer and new town ordinances

By Kay Hoffer

     The Terry Town Council will be meeting Thursday eve-ning to vote on increasing town residents’ sewer rate by $8 a month. Currently town residents pay $25 per residence for sewer.

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Regular business attended to at Council meeting

By Kay Hoffer

     Replacing the town fire truck, re-viewing garbage collection services offered and installing a billing system for bulk water taken from the town well behind the post office, were just a few of the agenda items discussed during last week’s Terry Town Coun-cil meeting.

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Submissions sought for publication honoring county’s 100th birthday

     In anticipation of Prairie County’s 100th birthday in 2015, Suzanne Thomason is indexing Wheels Across Montana’s Prai-rie and additional items and col-lecting family trees. Many peo-ple have responded to the query and have done a wonderful job, but there are still plenty of gaps. Suzanne would appreciate your help.

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New staff member added to PCH front office

 

 

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Prairie County Range Tour set for Oct. 2

     The Prairie County Extension Office has teamed with a com-mittee of livestock producers and the Prairie County Graz-ing District to plan a range tour planned especially for Prairie County producers featuring Fort Keogh researchers on October 2nd. This year the tour will take place at Fort Keogh, beginning with classroom sessions in the morning at the research station and conclude with a range tour at Fort Keogh in the afternoon.

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A ribbon-cutting affair

 


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Town Council adopts budget

By Kay Hoffer

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Poll

Are Yippee weekend and the Prairie County Fair too close together?: