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Folk singer to perform in Terry on April 15

Terry Public Schools is hosting Montana Folk singer and entertainer, William Rossiter, on April 15 in the Ray Frank Gymnasium in Terry. Rossiter will be performing for grades k-6 in the morning and the public is invited to attend the afternoon performances. The first performance

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New wheelchair fleet at hospital

The Prairie Community Hospital has received a new fleet of wheelchairs to replace the tired collection of current chairs.

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Prairie County part of the coalition to challenge data quality on Greater Sage-Grouse

Prairie County, as part of the coalition of western counties and ranching, mining, and energy associations filed three Data Quality Act challenges [2] to the information that the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) and U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) are using to make public lands and Endangered Species Act (ESA) listing decisions for the Greater Sage-Grouse.

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New Family Nurse Practitioner at Hospital

Cynthia Bool, FNP-C has joined the medical staff at GMC and Prairie Community Hospital (PCH).  She works primarily at PCH providing both clinic and hospital Emergency Department (ED) coverage.  In addition, she provides coverage in the ED at GMC.  
 
"The opportunity to help patients in eastern Montana is exciting to me. I am really enjoying this community," Bool said.
 
Bool received her Master in Science of Nursing and Family Nurse Practitioner from
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Fallon Park in good hands

The Fallon Village Council has been maintaining the Fallon Park years, but the actual ownership of the land has been in question for just as long. According to Fallon Village Council member, Delite Dukart, the Village Council has racked up over $40,000 since 1990 for utilities, taxes and park improvements.

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2015 Chamber Membership Drive

 

The Prairie County Chamber of Commerce (PCCC) is accepting Retail and Associate membership renewals at this time, as well as seeking new membership enrollment.
 

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Fallon Park in good hands

 

The Fallon Village Council has been maintaining the Fallon Park years, but the actual ownership of the land has been in question for just as long. According to Fallon Village Council member, Delite Dukart, the Village Council has racked up over $40,000 since 1990 for utilities, taxes and park improvements.

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District 4C Basketball tourney action - Terriers basketball season comes to an end

​Wednesday morning, the number 8 seeded Lady Terriers took on the number 1 ranked Broadus Hawks to start off the District Tournament. ​The first half looked good with the Terriers keeping it close for a halftime score of 14-24. Broadus’ shooting and Terry’s lack of in the second half, along with Terry’s many turnovers led to a final score of 16-54. The Broadus Hawks moved on to play the semi-final game against Melstone. The Lady Terriers went on to play the Northern Cheyenne Eagles in loser out action on Thursday.

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TMS MATHCOUNTS team advances to state

The Terry Middle School MATHCOUNTS  team took home the silver at the 2015 Eastern Montana MATHCOUNTS meet held at Dawson Community College in Glendive last week. With only the top two teams advancing to state, Terry will join the first place winner, Glendive Washington Middle School, at the state competition being held in Butte on March 20th.

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Terry teachers recognized for their exceptional service and dedication

During the Montana Council for Exceptional Children (MCEC) Conference held in Bozeman, MT during February 4-6, 2015, regional winners from throughout the state were recognized in various categories at the CSPD luncheon on Thursday, February 6, 2015 at the Gran Tree Inn. Terry Public Schools had award recipients in two categories, and these individuals traveled to Bozeman to receive recognition for their dedication and service to our students and school district. 

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