During last week’s regular Terry Town Council meeting, the council unanimously voted to appoint Rolane Christofferson as Terry’s mayor. Christofferson will serve as mayor through November 2015, when a municipal election will be held, where both the mayoral seat and Ward II council seat vacated by Christofferson will be up for election.
By Kay Hoffer
When Frank Sir, 93, died in 2011 he made it clear he wanted to give back to his community. Raised on the family homestead north of Terry, in the Lindsay area, Sir and four of his five siblings continued to call the family farm home throughout their lives. In his later years, Sir, who remained single, moved to Glendive.
By Kay Hoffer
Contract negotiations with teachers, discussions of upcoming hearings and the renewal and nonrenewal of instructors were among the highlights of Monday evening’s regular school board meeting.
“Little major project” will reopen popular state highway between Terry and Fallon
Fundraising for the “Save Our Pool” campaign has begun, which has included the placement of donation containers around Terry’s businesses.
Three individuals have filed for the two open trustee seats on the Terry School Board. They are W. Joel Jackson II, Larry Keltner and Kirstin Mack.
By Rolane Christofferson
Mark Soderquist and his daughter Cydney installed The Terry Tribune signs
Saturday morning at the new 202.5 Laundre Street location. The familiar green
lettered sign is located on the west side of the building, facing Logan Avenue. A
smaller sign designating the Tribune’s office location was also placed at the office entrance facing Laundre Avenue.
Published April 2, 2014
Travel across the Yellowstone River using the cable car located west of Terry,
near the Haughian Ranch, is no longer an option after this season’s ice snapped the lower cable earlier this month.
By Donna Faber