Three individuals have filed for the two open trustee seats on the Terry School Board. They are W. Joel Jackson II, Larry Keltner and Kirstin Mack.
By Rolane Christofferson
Mark Soderquist and his daughter Cydney installed The Terry Tribune signs
Saturday morning at the new 202.5 Laundre Street location. The familiar green
lettered sign is located on the west side of the building, facing Logan Avenue. A
smaller sign designating the Tribune’s office location was also placed at the office entrance facing Laundre Avenue.
Published April 2, 2014
Travel across the Yellowstone River using the cable car located west of Terry,
near the Haughian Ranch, is no longer an option after this season’s ice snapped the lower cable earlier this month.
By Donna Faber
Those interested in serving on the school board for Terry School District 5 have until Thursday, March 27 to file for the two open seats. Paperwork must be filled and returned by 5 p.m. to the office of Cathy Kalmback, Clerk of Terry Schools.
the Ray Frank gymnasium next week, as preparations for the 2014 THS Prom begin. The April 5th formal affair will include an 8 p.m. Grand March where parents and community members are invited to watch as couples are introduced and Prom
royalty is announced.
In the twists and turns only a topic like zoning could bring, the Terry Town Council announced its recent developments concerning the matter through a letter sent to Terry residents last week.
Plagued with leaking and filter issues, which have resulted in a substantial decrease in the days its open, the Terry Swimming Pool has been a topic of concern to many in the community in recent years. Those concerns will be addressed at tonight’s meeting scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. at Town Hall.