Math teacher Nancy Pehl reports that students from Terry’s seventh and eighth grades who participated in the MCTM contest in Plevna recently, performed very well.
By Kay Johnson
Seniors Layne Lantis and Anna Fredrickson were crowned King and Queen of Terry High School’s 2013 “Midnight Masquerade” Prom.
The Montana Department of Commerce is awarding a total of nearly $36,000 to five Montana Main Street (MMS) communities, one of which is a brand new member to the program. The previously enrolled communities of Glendive/Dawson County, Shelby, Terry and Whitehall will receive grants, along with the newest Affiliate Community Member, the City of Helena.
March 19 meeting will address measure
By Kay Johnson
The 27th annual Prairie County Health Fair will be held on Thursday, March 21 at the backroom of the American Legion. Lab draws will be from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Home gardeners searching for unique potatoes to plant in the garden are in luck because Montana seed potato farmers produce a dazzling array of varieties and most Montana State University Extension county offices, including the Prairie County Extension Office, will take orders for seed potatoes.
By Chaun Scott
Montana residents may see a "huge" hike in their insurance premiums over the next year if the the Montana Department of Labor and Industry's Building Codes Bureau (Department) does not adopt the 2012 International Residential Building Code, according to Dennis Hirsch, President of the Montana International Building Codes Advisory Council and Building inspector for the City of Forsyth.
The Terry Town Council and Zoning Commission will address the town’s proposed zoning issue during a Tuesday, March 19 meeting at Terry Town Hall, set to begin at 7 p.m.
Attention veterans and surviving family members: There have been some reports of organizations and claim agents that ask for a “consultation fee” that is a percentage of any awarded benefits.