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New teachers bring experience into fields of study

  Terry’s newest teachers bring classroom knowledge in their branch of teaching. 

Sixth grade and Title I teacher Abram Graham taught in Dillingham, Alaska for five years before moving to Terry in August. 
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Hospital conducts survey to identify health needs

 From Prairie Community Hospital

 
Community members in Terry and Prairie County may soon be receiving a survey form in their mailbox.  This survey, sent to a random sample of homes, will help Prairie Community Hospital (PCH) identify the health services needed in the community.  The information will be used for grant applications, new programs and by community groups interested in addressing health issues.
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Keltner named branch manager of Farmers Union Oil in Terry


Full-time employees of Farmers Union Oil in Terry are picturedt: Scott Shannon, Bev Ostermiller and Larry Keltner. Keltner, who began his duties as branch manager on August 8, replaces Glenn Pehl, who resigned in late July.

By Kay Braddock

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Classes begin at Terry Schools next Wednesday

By Kay Braddock

  As elementary students load up on needed school supplies and high schoolers prepare to register for classes Thursday, Aug. 18 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the high school office, both signal one thing - the start of a new school year. 

Students will be welcomed back to Terry Public Schools Wednesday, August 24.
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Freiboth named Terry’s branch manager of Stockman Bank

From Stockman Bank

  After 12 years of serving as the Terry branch president, Ron Pisk has recently resigned. Jere Freiboth has been promoted to vice president, branch manager of Stockman Bank in Terry. His new responsibilities include overseeing bank operations, management and employee supervision, and all lending activities for the Terry branch.

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Fair shows attract crowds


Parched Prairie Players perform during Friday evening's "Here Come the Cows .. And Never Say Moo in Mesa." The hour-and-half long play displayed the talents of local actors and provided entertaining scenes for playgoers.  From left to right, pictured are: Franque Robertson, Samantha Springer, Larry Keltner, Vern May and Halle Keltner.

By Kay Braddock

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Yippee’s 30th celebrated

By Kay Braddock

  It was a full day of activities Saturday as Terry celebrated its 30th Yippee festival.  

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Petition calls on change of status for Terry Badlands

By Kay Braddock

         A petition recommending the Bureau of Land Management return the Terry Badlands Wilderness Study Area to normal multiple use management is being presented to Prairie County residents.

Ranchers Lon Reukauf and Todd Devlin wrote up the petition and have rented a fair booth to give residents a chance to stop by and read the petition.
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Cameron group adopts new logo

        Evelyn Cameron Heritage Inc. has adopted a new logo. 

The ECH Inc. board met during a special meeting last month to look over branding options that were designed by Lou Cronin of Terry. The six-member board unanimously agreed on a logo, which depicts two of Evelyn Cameron’s most recognizable features – her camera and her hat. The logo shows Lady Cameron’s hat resting on a Graflex camera.
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Full weekend of shows, games and fair fun offered

      The 74th annual Prairie County will begin Thursday and run through Sunday. The following is a breakdown of what is taking place this weekend.

Thursday, August 4
     12 p.m. Open Class entries accepted
     1 p.m. 4H Open Class Horse Judging
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