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THS music students perform well at state

  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.  

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Gathering to BLM: ‘We need more time’

  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. 

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Terry woman celebrates 102

  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. 

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Testing of emergency sirens to take place

  The Alert and Warning Siren will be tested in Terry on Saturday, May 25th at 1:00 p.m.

The following is a description of the FEMA approved signaling tones that can be emitted from the siren located near the Post Office.  
If a long, steady wail is heard, residents are asked to stay or return indoors and listen to the television, radio or weather radio for further instructions.
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New look added to funeral home

 

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Prince hot plant in Terry for area projects moves on to Glendive

 

Construction hot plant moved on last week. The hot plant had been situated on BNSF land located northeast of the I-94 overpass, just outside of Terry’s town limits. 
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THS graduation is Saturday

 

        Ten Terry High School seniors will be crossing the stage to receive their diplomas during Saturday’s commencement exercise at the Ray Frank Gymnasium. 
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Religious discrimination complaint filed against school

By Kay Johnson

  A six-month investigation into a religious discrimination complaint filed against Terry School District has found reasonable cause to believe unlawful discrimination occurred. 

Shawn Springer filed the complaint September 21 of last year with the Montana Human Rights Bureau on behalf of her son, who was enrolled as a student at Terry High School. 
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History buffs share stories during museum talk


Museum board member and volunteer Delite Dukart, at left, shared stories she has heard from locals about items housed in the museum. Dukart led the Sunday afternoon talk, with those in the group sharing stories as well. Also pictured are Jill Kountz, Ann Marie Davis, Linda Bruski and Dave Covert.

By Kay Johnson

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Town Council seats and mayoral seat up for election

  Three of the five Town of Terry Council positions are up for election this year – two council positions, one each from Ward I and Ward II, and the town mayor seat.

Candidates seeking to file for the opening positions have until Thursday, June 27 to turn in their paperwork to the Prairie County Clerk and Recorder’s office. 
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