By Jason Stuart
A Glendive man was killed Wednesday night after being struck by an 18-wheeler along Interstate 94.
Tim Krebsbach was among those giving blood during Wednesday’s
blood drive. The American Red Cross staff was on hand, donning vampire gear.
The afternoon blood drive resulted in 28 present with 21 productive units donated, according to ARC coordinator Deanna Bockness.
The Department of Commerce recently announced the award of $500,000 from Commerce’s Tourism Infrastructure Investment Program (TIIP) for eight tourism facility improvement projects in Bozeman, Browning, Fort Belknap, Hamilton, Malta, Poplar, Red Lodge and Terry.
Local historian and photographer Eddie Gaub stands in front
of his collection of photos on display at the Terry Tribune office.
The collection of a dozen 20-inch-by-30-inch photos of the Terry Badlands,
Calypso Trail and Yellowstone River are temporarily on display at the
202.5 Laundre St. location.
From start to finish a house lifting project, that includes pouring a new
cement basement, generally takes two weeks, explained Wiley Crandall,
the owner of Out West Lifters.
About 35 students helped rake and bag leaves Wednesday afternoon at
this McDonald Ave., home. Pictured below: Fifth grader Wynter Fahrnow gives
a thumbs up sign as she and Kylah Holt and Rylee Klasna bag leaves.
By Kay Hoffer
Local officials are investigating a fatal accident that occurred last night within Dawson County about 19 miles east of Terry along I-94 where a pedestrian was hit by a semi tractor trailer.