A Preschool (Child Find) Screening will be conducted at Terry Schools on Tuesday, March 27, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. This screening is for children ages birth through 5 years of age and will include upcoming kindergarten students to be enrolled in the 2012-13 school year.
Local historian Wynona Breen, who began organizing volunteers in 2008 to transcribe the 1893 to 1928 Evelyn Cameron diaries for the public to enjoy, was presented the ServeMontana award from the Governor’s Office of Community Service at the ServeMontana Symposium held at the Red Lion Colonial Hotel in Helena on Thursday, February 23, 2012.
A tour team, made up of actors and directors, from the Missoula Children’s Theater will be visiting Terry Public Schools next week. Their visit will culminate in the student performance of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, presented Friday, March 9 in the Ray Frank Gymnasium. Performance times are 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Ticket prices are $5 for adults, $3 for students, with free admission for preschool children.
An upgrade project to the interior of the Prairie County Courthouse is nearly completed. The remodeling work included new carpeting throughout the building and new paint, wallpaper and a chair-rail inside the courtroom. The carpeting work was completed by Jean Mosser of Fallon and Paxons Flooring in Miles City. Floor trim along the east side of the building is all that remains.
Since Margie Feickert retired the county commissioners suggested that her position on the Prairie County Food Bank Board be filled with local pastors. Leon Rathbun and Jacob Hanneman have agreed to be on the board and will serve along with Prairie County Sheriff Bill Klunder and Public Health Nurse Janet Fredrickson.
Candidates attending the Prairie County Republican’s Coffee on Saturday
were from left Scott Aspenlieder, Secretary of State, Kirk Bushman, Public
Service Commission, Derek Skees, state auditor, Jim Ohara, gubernatorial,
Corey Stapleton, gubernatorial, Neil Livingstone, gubernatorial, Brad Johnson, Secretary of State, Jim Lynch, gubernatorial, Jim Shockley Montana Attorney
Two signs encouraging I-94 travelers to stop in Terry were recently placed along the east and west bound lanes near Terry’s entrances. The 23-by-10-foot signs were a collaborative effort between the Prairie County Chamber of Commerce, Southeast Montana tourism group and owners of the Kempton Hotel.
By Kay Braddock
Approval of county road status for Lisk Creek Road, north of Terry, during Tuesday’s regular Board of County Commissioners meeting, led to a discussion of whether unlocked gates could remain on minimum maintenance roads.
From Prairie County Museum Board
The Prairie County Museum board met for it’s regular meeting on January 26, 2012. New officers were elected with Vadnae Greenfield as president, Ruth Franks as vice president and Carol Larsen as treasurer.