The Trauma Team sponsored by the Eastern Regional Trauma Advisory
Committee conducted an afternoon class for the staff at Prairie Community
Hospital on Tuesday, June 25. This program assists communities in developing
an organized, preplanned response to the trauma patient and also provides
information about what’s new in trauma resuscitation and emergency preparedness.
Governor Steve Bullock announced Wednesday that Michael Bradley Hayworth of Forsyth, has been appointed as the new District Court Judge of the Montana Sixteenth Judicial District.
After receiving a resignation letter from Town of Terry Attorney Rebecca Convery during last week’s regular Town Council meeting, the council will be meeting this week to discuss hiring a replacement. A special meeting has been scheduled for Thursday, June 20 at 7 p.m.
Terry High School senior Mikayla Ridenhower accepts a donation from
Lucy Schultz for the THS Close-up rummage sale set to take place Saturday,
June 22 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.on the black top at Terry Schools. A lunch will also be
offered by THS Close-up students, who are coordinating the events as a fundraising effort for their trip to Washington D.C.
The Prairie County Sportsman Association provided a day of fishing fun for the fifth year in a row Saturday June 5.
The summer Vacation Bible School schedule has already kicked into action with the Presbyterian Church and Fallon Evangelical Church hosting their VBS programs this month. Opportunities for children to attend VBS will be available through July.
Of the four council positions up for election this year, only two incumbents have refiled to serve so far. The filing deadline is Thursday, June 27 at 5 p.m., at the Clerk and Recorder’s office of the Prairie County Courthouse. The two incumbents who have filed for re-election are Rolane Christofferson, Ward II council person and Clinton Rakes, Ward I council person.
By Kay Johnson
Zoning regulations are on tap to be addressed at Thursday’s regular town council meeting — along with the town attorney position and adopting a truck route ordinance. These topics have highlighted recent meetings as well.
The Prairie County Extension Office has teamed with a committee of livestock producers and the Prairie County Grazing District to plan a range tour planned especially for Prairie County producers featuring Fort Keogh researchers on June 25th. This year the tour will take place at Fort Keogh, beginning with classroom sessions in the morning at the research station and conclude with a range tour at Fort Keogh in the afternoon.
The results of heavy rainfall could be seen throughout the county last week with streets brimming with water and area creeks and ditches running full.