Prairie Action League met January 9 at the back room of the Legion. PAL members had the opportunity to see the Terry High School scorer’s table. Members agreed the table looked great. The club provided the school with $1500 to apply to the table from the "T" project.
The following news items offer a glimpse of some of the stories featured in the 2011 issues of The Terry Tribune.
The Extension Services of Carter, Custer, Fallon, Garfield, Prairie and Rosebud Counties are hosting the 12th annual Cow Capital Beef Day. This is a program centered around current topics in the beef industry. This year’s event will be held Friday, January 6, 2012 at the Eagles in Miles City. It will run from 12:30 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. followed by a no-host social and a dinner sponsored by First Interstate Bank, Farm Credit Services, US Bank, and Stockman Bank.
Public meetings on Montana’s proposed hunting seasons and regulations for 2012-2013 are set for two eastern Montana communities in January.
By Kay Braddock
District II Alcohol & Drug Program will be providing a Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) at the Miles City VA Hospital Auditorium at 210 Winchester in Miles City, Mont., on Monday and Tuesday January 23 and 24 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day. The training is free with continuing education and post credits provided.
Montana’s Custer Country, the tourism region responsible for marketing 13 counties and two Indian Reservations in Southeast Montana, will be holding a community summit to reveal the findings of its eight-month Research Project at the Miles City Town & Country Club on Thursday, January 5th from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Terry’s final Terrific Tuesday holiday celebration included announcing the winners of several drawings. Winning $100 in Chamber Bucks were Joanne Young and Andy Pehl. Fourth grader Shyanne Grossardt was the winner of the Prairie County Motorcycle Association’s drawing for a 2011 Honda CRF50F motorcycle. Terry Super Valu was announced as the winner of the “Winter Wonderland” business display competition.
By Don Cogger
Miles City's chances of becoming the permanent home of the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame may have just ridden off into the sunset.