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Mary Haughian among Cowboy Hall of Fame’s inductees

  The Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame & Western Heritage Center (MCHF & WHC) announced the sixth class of inductions into the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame this week. Among the inductees, chosen for their notable contribution to the history and culture of Montana, was former Terry resident Mary Haughian, who died earlier this year. 

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Work on pot holes begins

 

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Holy Rosary’s new staff includes Lindsay native

  Holy Rosary Healthcare (HRH) Therapy Services is pleased to welcome Angela Gallatin, PT, DPT, Jessica Jaynes, OT, and Laci Liles, DPT. Lies, Gallatin, and Jaynes join the multi-disciplinary team of Therapy Services which includes: physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech language therapy, cardiac rehab, pulmonary rehab, athletic training, sports medicine, and Workout to Wellness.

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Prairie Action League will meet to plan county fair’s Bump n Run

  Prairie Action League will be finalizing fair plans at their next meeting to be held July 8 at 8 p.m. at the American Legion Hall.  Each year PAL sponsors the Bump n Run event. This year’s Bump n Run will be held August 3 during the Prairie County Fair. 

  Anyone who is interested in helping with this event, is invited to attend the meeting. PAL members unable to attend, are asked to call Delite Dukart at 486-5505 or Heather Carter at 635-4147.   
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Buffalo Rapids District II installs fish screens

 

        The long-awaited completion of the fish screen project for Buffalo Rapids District II took place last week. As local and state officials involved with the plan looked on Tuesday, the two huge structures, weighing 10 tons each, were installed at the Shirley pumping plant, about 10 miles west of Terry.
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Longtime publisher honored

By Don Cogger

Yellowstone Newspapers
 
 
During his tenure at the helm of the Montana Standard, Dan Killoy once made the controversial decision to run a story about a local priest who'd been arrested and charged with inappropriate conduct. The next day, 1,400 readers in the predominantly Catholic community of Butte canceled their subscriptions.
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Terry Roping Club prepares for 65th 4th of July Rodeo

  It will be a full day of rodeo action, as the Terry Roping Club makes preparations for the  65th annual July 4th Rodeo at the Prairie County Fairgrounds. 

New to this year’s rodeo will be the stock saddle bronc riding, which will replace bareback bronc riding. Belt buckles will be awarded to winners of events.
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Tribune office moves

 The Terry Tribune office will be moving this week from its 207 S. Logan Ave., location to the 202.5 S. Laundre Street office, which is located on the northend of the Terry Super Valu building. The Tribune’s 635-5513 phone and 635-2149 fax numbers will remain the same.

Published June 26, 2013

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Community Center begins calendar project

 The Prairie Community Center is accepting submissions to be included in the 2014 Community Calendar. Those interested in adding birthdays, anniversaries or memorials to the Community Calendar can call the center at 635-5364. 

Purchase of a calendar is required in order to submit names and dates. Cost of a calendar is $10.
Submissions and orders must be in by July 19. 
Published June 26, 2013
 
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Work on pool continues as opening date not yet set

  As summer temperatures continue to rise, questions about when Terry’s popular hottest spot in town to cool off increases.

Town officials had hoped to open the Terry Swimming Pool by the end of June, according to Town Clerk Lynn Strasheim. Noting the pool had been set to be filled with water this week, Strasheim said unforeseen pump/electrical issues kept that from occurring.
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