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Montana certified seed potatoes available at local nurseries, garden centers and extension offices

  Home gardeners searching for unique potatoes to plant in the garden are in luck because Montana seed potato farmers produce a dazzling array of varieties and most Montana State University Extension county offices, including the Prairie County Extension Office, will take orders for seed potatoes.

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Residential insurance could take a 50 to 60 percent rate hike

By Chaun Scott
Yellowstone Newspapers

  Montana residents may see a "huge" hike in their insurance premiums over the next year if the the Montana Department of Labor and Industry's Building Codes Bureau (Department) does not adopt the 2012 International Residential Building Code, according to Dennis Hirsch, President of the Montana International Building Codes Advisory Council and Building inspector for the City of Forsyth.

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Zoning meeting set for March 19

 The Terry Town Council and Zoning Commission will address the town’s proposed zoning issue during a Tuesday, March 19 meeting at Terry Town Hall, set to begin at 7 p.m. 

“Everyday I go to the post office I see somebody different who asks me about zoning,” said Mayor Ron Kiosse. He added the consensus of the majority of Terry residents support zoning.
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Veterans reminded not to pay for free services

  Attention veterans and surviving family members: There have been some reports of organizations and claim agents that ask for a “consultation fee” that is a percentage of any awarded benefits. 

Don’t pay for free services. 
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State’s tourism group offers co-op marketing grants

  Southeast Montana Tourism will once again be offering marketing grants to organizations within the 13 counties and two Indian Reservations which make up our region. In order to qualify, organizations must meet these requirements:

1) Project must be of a strictly marketing nature to promote an area or event within Southeast Montana;
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Terry man, 18, dies after vehicle hits him

 By Elaine Forman
Yellowstone Newspapers

 
 
An 18-year-old Terry man died after he was possibly hit or driven over by a vehicle late Saturday night on Deadman's Road, according to Custer County Undersheriff Pat Roos.
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High school sophomore with local ties designs iTunes game app

 

                      Logan Boese
 
By Jason Stuart
Yellowstone Newspapers
If you have stumbled upon the Super-Squares iTunes app, you may not be aware of its Glendive and Terry connections.
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Extension Horticulture Specialist will present gardening class in Terry, March 7

  Come learn about garden soils including amendments and nutrients as well as how to grow better gardens in  Montana on March 7th. Toby Day, MSU Extension Horticulture Specialist, will present a gardening class from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Prairie County Courthouse.

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Krebsbach named acting CED for McCone County’s Farm Service Agency

Prairie County FSA staff will travel each Thursday to fill in at McCone Co. office

  The Prairie County Farm Service Agency Office is scheduled to be closed each Thursday until further notice.
        This closure is not due to any problem in Prairie County or the office. The Thursday closures will enable staff from Prairie County to travel to McCone County to assist with operations there.  

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Coalition will study impact of energy development to Eastern Montana communities

  The Eastern Montana Impact Coalition (Coalition) last week announced via meetings with eastern Montana legislators and government stakeholders that it has launched a study to identify how and when eastern Montana communities will be impacted by accelerating energy development.

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