The THS volleyball team pictured: (back row) Coach Sheryl Morast, Mikayla Ridenhower, Lexie Schlosser, Caty Morrison, Halle Keltner, Dakotah Luedtke,
Alyssa Morast, manager J’Nai Lobdell and Kelsey Grant; (front row) Deanna Loomis, Exelee Church, Kylie Helmuth, Ashley Wells, Callie Hedges and Assistant Coach Paula Rein.
Most people have heard about the Common Core State Standards but do you know: The roots of Common Core, its connection with the UN, who stands to benefit most, why Common Core is so dangerous, what you can do to stop it. Those interested in understanding Common Core better are invited to attend the upcoming meeting, “Common Core — the Rest of the Story”.
Artist Bob Watts showcased his ability to create wildlife
and scenic imagery using a crowbar instead of a paint brush
during his visit to Terry over the weekend. His work was on display
in the back room of the Roy Rogers Tavern from Thursday through
Sunday. Watts, who also goes by the handle “Crowbar Man” hopes to
make another visit to Terry before Christmas.
their herd last week. After a 12-hour drive to Havre, Mont.,
the couple, who live in the northwest outskirts of Terry,
returned home with two ewes and one buck of the Tunis breed.
The Terry Town Council will host a public hearing on Wednesday, Nov. 6 regarding the proposed zoning regulations. The meeting will be held at Terry Town Hall and will begin at 7 p.m.
Published October 16, 2013
Plans are underway for Terry’s downtown Christmas season. During the Prairie County Chamber of Commerce’s October meeting chamber members elected a “Simple Joys of Christmas” theme for this year’s holiday promotions.
In fall some of us get back into routines abandoned during the summer. The American Red Cross would like to suggest you make donating blood part of that renewed routine.
Terry Schools is in its eighth year of celebrating “Red Ribbon Month”.
Duncan Hedges has been selected to serve as the Prairie County Sheriff, filling the vacancy left by former Sheriff Bill Klunder’s retirement. The appointment, announced by the Prairie County Board of Commissioners Friday afternoon, will last through 2014, before the 4-year seat goes before voters.