An eastbound BNSF train derailed Monday evening about two miles east of Terry, with most of the 29 derailed cars spilling their loads of coal.
The Prairie County Board of Commission appointed Dan Rice to serve as the county attorney during Tuesday’s regular meeting. His appointment will be effective February 28, fulfilling the remainder of Garry Bunke’s term, which is up for election this year.
New PCH Administrator Candyce Payne, at left, stands with some of her
staff Tuesday morning. They are from left to right: Ruby Bearley, dietary
manager, Johnna Deloach, clinic receptionist and Jessica Schott, clinic
manager and PCH foundation director.
Terry Schools is excited to announce the return of the Missoula Children's Theater. This year's production will be Hansel and Gretel and is sponsored by the elementary teachers through their sales of sports photo buttons.
State Sen. Matt Rosendale, R-Glendive, stopped in Terry Monday evening
during his statewide campaign meet and greet tour where he has been introducing himself to voters for his bid for the U.S. House.
Prairie County Attorney Garry Bunke submitted his letter of resignation to the Board of County Commissioners earlier this month. Citing a desire to take more time to do other things and to collect on his retirement income, the February 4 letter stated his intent to vacate the post by the end of February.
Today, spare change can be a hassle. Many people have small fortunes building up in coffee mugs, piggy banks, couch cushions, and cup-holders waiting for the day when someone gets tired of all these coins piling up and finally drives to the bank —a day which never seems to come.
The Terry Roping Club held their annual meeting February 1. Along with a dinner and dance, Terry Roping Club members elected officers. Terry Roping Club representatives pictured above are: Mark Dolatta (vice president), Bill Greenfield, Tim Hudson, Aaron Martinson, Pat O’Neill, Kerry Ericson, Sharilyn Kortum (treasurer), Tanner Schillinger (president). Not pictured Chele Harrington (secretary).
Crowds gathered for Saturday evening’s home game against the Glendive JV
Red Devils were entertained with the action of youth half-time basketball. Fourth grader Max Eaton goes up for a block as fifth grader Abe Smith drives in.
Published February 12, 2014