An exciting mixture of favorite traditional events and new talent is planned for fairgoers August 1st through 4th at the Prairie County Fair.
Those involved in helping Evelyn Cameron Heritage Inc.
receive a $10,000 grant from PPL gathered Tuesday morning
in front of the Cameron building on Laundre Street. The money
will be used to construct a new facade on the Cameron building,
which is currently under construction and formerly housed the Rialto
Theater. Pictured from left to right are: EPEDC rep Elizabeth Smith, ECH
A special meeting will be held in Glendive Friday, June 19 to discuss the growing problem of drug abuse in the Bakken oil region.
The Adam Lacquement family was one of the local families to attend
the annual Snowy Mountain Rendezvous, held near Lewistown.
Yellowstone Newspapers Photo Jennifer Butcher
Two couples from Terry traveled to Lewistown for the Snowy Mountain Rendezvous, June 28-30.
There is no date on the opening of the Terry Swimming Pool due to electrical and pump issues. The pool is on the agenda to be discussed during this week’s regular Town Council meeting. The Town Council will meet Thursday, July 11 at 7:30 p.m.
The four Town Council seats will likely be filled with three incumbents and one new council person, as all are uncontested.
Tattered portions of the wooden frame remain of the former Prairie Drive In Theater’s big screen. Built in 1952, the screen, although not used in the last decade, has become an iconic image of Terry’s landscape.
By Kay Johnson
Jed Davison of Miles City, Calf Roping Photos Courtesy Jana Hance
Terry Roping Club Fourth of July Rodeo Winners
In a matter of minutes crews from the Terry Volunteer Fire department extinguished a train engine fire Monday afternoon. The engine had been parked on the tracks in Terry for at least a week before a BNSF crew prepared to move the engine to Glendive. That’s when the engine fire was first noticed and called into 911.