A benefit dinner and auction will be held for Willie and Cori Collins of Ismay on Saturday, January 21st at the Joe Montana Center in Ismay.
Serving an 11 county region, along the eastern edge of the state, Keith Olson is helping veterans and eligible family members make sense of the Veterans Affairs benefits and healthcare system. Based in Miles City, Olson began his work as the Veterans Service Officer II, Nov. 10 of last year.
Hair stylist Natasha Hutchison has joined the New Image Salon and is now accepting appointments.
Filing for a school trustee seat has opened, according to Terry Schools Clerk Cathy Kalmback.
From the U.S. Postal Service
Beginning Jan. 22, 2012, it will cost just a penny more to mail letters to any location in the United States. It will be the first price change for First-Class Mail stamps (Forever stamps) in more than two and a half years. However, customers can continue to mail letters at today's prices by purchasing their Forever stamps before Jan. 22.
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.