Owners of the new Powder River Meat Company Tamara and Travis Choat
and partner Tanner Carpenter will host an open house Friday, May 31 from
noon to 5 p.m. Also pictured is the Choat’s 11-month old daughter Karity.
A Memorial Day service will be held at the Prairie County Cemetery May 27, beginning at 10:30 a.m.
The presentation will include Master of Ceremonies Glen Medinger and Sergeant of Arms Tim Rittal. John ‘Lum’ Latimer will lead the prayer service.
The Judicial Nomination Commission has submitted the names of Garry Bunke, Michael Hayworth, and Sheila Newman to the Governor for consideration for appointment to the seat vacated by the death of Judge Gary Day in the 16th Judicial District. The 16th Judicial District covers Carter, Custer, Fallon, Garfield, Powder River, Rosebud, and Treasure Counties.
By Kay Johnson
First grader Sarah Dyer was among 33 students in Terry who participated in the Lower Yellowstone Chapter of ABATE’s poster contest promoting motorcycle safety.
State music results for Terry High School choir and music students competing in Billings May 3 and 4 are: Matthew McDaniel: I on Vocal Solo, Lindsay Stickel: II on Alto Sax Solo, Josh Stickel: II on Snare Drum Solo, Kylie Helmuth: II on Flute solo, Caty Morrison: II on Flute Solo, and Exelee Lacquement: II on Clarinet Solo.
The 70-plus in attendance at Wednesday night’s meeting in Terry last week, hosted by the Bureau of Land Management, far surpassed numbers seen at other gatherings in the area where the BLM has been addressing proposed changes to be made to the management of 40,339 squares miles of federal land.
A gathering of family and friends met at the Prairie Community Center to help Elaine Roos celebrate her 102 birthday on Thursday, May 9. She was treated to lunch and birthday cake as well as a birthday song, led by Travis Reyman. A community birthday card was also presented.
The Alert and Warning Siren will be tested in Terry on Saturday, May 25th at 1:00 p.m.