As hunting season kicks into high gear, hunters are being asked to be mindful of fire safety precautions as they go out in what has been an abnormally dry year - excluding Wednesday morning’s rain showers.
The Terry Schools art room will be open for adult education classes starting November 1, Thursday from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. beginning a 6-week adult pottery course. The art class won’t be open Thanksgiving week. The last class will be held December 13.
Customer Marilyn Haidle receives a pedicure from Tristy Schroeber.
By Elaine Forman
Mari Weber has gone from being a victim to a "mom on a mission," after two of the family vehicles were stolen early Sunday morning. The two thefts were part of a rash of vehicle thefts where at least 14 vehicles have been stolen from Miles City, Forsyth, Billings, Terry, Glendive and Baker within weeks. They have been found wrecked in fields and driven in rivers.
By Chad Knudson
Dawson Community College faces a serious threat from collapsing enrollment and unrealistic budget assumptions.
Four loaded trucks lined up Friday morning at the Yellowstone Bean receiving station in Terry. Although the station opened September 4, consistent loads didn’t start coming in until the last half of the month, according to station manager Bill Ziebarth.
By Kay Johnson
By Elaine Forman
At least 13 vehicles have been stolen recently from the Glendive, Miles City, Baker, Forsyth, Terry and Billings areas.
The Prairie Community Hospital Foundation is planning a “Fall Fun 4 All” fundraising event Saturday, Sept 29 at the Prairie County Fairgrounds. The event will begin immediately following the Terrier home football game and will include a wine raffle, open and silent auctions, as well as kids carnival games and cornhole competition.
Published September 26, 2012
By Don Cogger
Potato fields on the Fallon Flat are harvested by Brad and Jody Haidle and sons Jesse and Ryan and families. Photo by Nicole Dyer
By Nicole Dyer
For Yellowstone Newspapers
Potato harvest is in full swing in Prairie County for the Haidle family. Haidle Farms Inc. is a family owned farm that has been in business since 1985 producing sugar beets, wheat, alfalfa, canola and potatoes.