Prairie County Attorney Garry Bunke submitted his letter of resignation to the Board of County Commissioners earlier this month. Citing a desire to take more time to do other things and to collect on his retirement income, the February 4 letter stated his intent to vacate the post by the end of February.
Today, spare change can be a hassle. Many people have small fortunes building up in coffee mugs, piggy banks, couch cushions, and cup-holders waiting for the day when someone gets tired of all these coins piling up and finally drives to the bank —a day which never seems to come.
The Terry Roping Club held their annual meeting February 1. Along with a dinner and dance, Terry Roping Club members elected officers. Terry Roping Club representatives pictured above are: Mark Dolatta (vice president), Bill Greenfield, Tim Hudson, Aaron Martinson, Pat O’Neill, Kerry Ericson, Sharilyn Kortum (treasurer), Tanner Schillinger (president). Not pictured Chele Harrington (secretary).
Crowds gathered for Saturday evening’s home game against the Glendive JV
Red Devils were entertained with the action of youth half-time basketball. Fourth grader Max Eaton goes up for a block as fifth grader Abe Smith drives in.
Published February 12, 2014
Prairie County Library readers book club met on February 3 at the library with eight members present.
Prairie Action League met February 10 at noon at Roy Roger's with five people present.
The Terry Town Council will meet for its regular meeting February 13 at 7:30 pm at Terry Town Hall.
The Keystone XL pipeline crossed another major hurdle late last week when the U.S. State Department released its Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for the controversial project.
The first grade class were among Bolin School students celebrating a
100 days of school on Thursday. Besides dressing up as centenarians,
first graders commemorated the special day by reading 100 pages, reading
and writing 100 words, sorting and measureing 100 pennies. At the end of the
day the class also enjoyed a 100th day trail mix, with each student contributing
By Kay Hoffer
As the Terry Town Council performed its second reading to adopt zoning last week — the final step required before the measure will become law 30 days afterwards — a local ballot issue committee is revving up its efforts to oppose the measure.