The 32nd annual Terry Yippee appeared to have the heavenly touch of approval with mild temperatures hovering in the high 70s for the day’s events and the absence of rain showers dooming the evening street dance — which in recent years seems to have become an almost traditional occurrence.
Preparations for the 2013 Prairie County Fair are underway as traditional favorites will be featured this year at the fair from August 1 through the 4.
Prairie County Attorney Garry Bunke has been serving as the interim town attorney since the beginning of July.
Prairie County Sheriff’s office, along with the Montana Highway Patrol and two ambulances responded to a single vehicle rollover Saturday morning west of Terry.
Photo Courtesy Vera Sackman
A hailstorm, resulting in golf ball size hailstones, pummeled crops within the irrigation project east of Fallon Saturday evening. The National Weather Service of Glasgow issued tornado warnings for the July 20th storm. Although some area producers reported spotting funnel clouds, none touched down.
New to this year’s Terry Yippee! townwide celebration is a Memories Tour that will highlight the founding of Terry’s downtown district from the 1900’s to 1920’s era.
A 6-year-old Terry boy was returned safely to his parents early Saturday evening after spending over three hours in a cornfield north of Terry.
The Fallon community came together after last week’s storm, which uprooted
several trees and downed power lines, among other damages caused by wind
gusts of up to 100 miles per hour. Fallon saw the worst of the storm that hit the
area Monday, July 8, according to officials from the National Weather Service of Glasgow. But members of the Fallon community also say they witnessed the best