Exchanging a paintbrush for a crowbar, Forsyth artist Bob Watts, also known as “Crowbar Man”, will be in Terry through the weekend displaying his paintings. Watts, who has been featured in several statewide magazines, community newspapers and a television documentary show, will demonstrate how he creates his work on site at the Roy Rogers Tavern from Oct. 10 through the 13 during open hours.
The Terry High School volleyball team is hosting a “Make it Pink” event for the October 19 home games where the Terriers will play Broadus.
The Evelyn Cameron Heritage, Inc. has met its goal of $10,000 for the Evelyn Cameron Heritage Capital Improvement Campaign. Special thanks to the community for contributing and Stockman Bank for the $5,000 match.
Published Oct. 9, 2013
The Prairie County Sheriff’s office will no longer perform brand inspections for area ranchers, according to interim Sheriff Greg Huber. The decision, made on the heels of the departure of former Sheriff Bill Klunder, who is one of three state licensed brand inspectors in the county, was decided by the Prairie County Board of Commissioners at their regular meeting September 30.
Eileen Nielsen was awarded a Tribute to Volunteer Excellence Award at the Montana State 4-H Leadership Forum in Miles City on September 28th. The Montana Tribute to Volunteer Excellence Award program honors outstanding 4-H volunteer leaders in our state. The award is based on a volunteer’s contribution and impact that helps motivate and encourage others.
Prairie County Board of County Commissioners is accepting applications for the county sheriff seat, after the recent announcement that Sheriff Bill Klunder will be resigning his post at the end of the month.
Jessica Schott has been hired as the new Prairie County Clinic Manager and Prairie Community Hospital Foundation Director, replacing outgoing manager and director Cody Barnhart.