Here is the December 6, 2011 AAA Fuel Gauge Report comparing prices of Montana and two of its neighboring states.
Mancamps are located outside of Watford City, N.D. city limits and can be seen when entering the town. Photo Courtesy Lynn Strasheim
Prairie County Attorney Garry Bunke, who began his duties at the county office Nov. 1, said he has been working to acquaint himself. It’s a task made easier due to Bunke’s experience and his longtime Eastern Montana residency.
Judge JoDee Hess takes a critical look at the Physics team’s balloon.
Trains, needles and chemicals were just a few of the substances used to pop balloons during a Terry High School science competition. Five teams competed in demonstrating a 25-step Rube Goldberg Experiment, where students fashioned a series of transfer of energy occurrences.
From Prairie Action League
Among the several topics discussed at the November meeting of the Prairie Action League was the chili feed fundraiser that will be hosted by PAL Tuesday evening, Dec. 20. The free will offering chili feed will raise funds for the purchase of flannel sheets for Prairie Community Hospital residents.
By Kay Braddock
From adding a touch of seasonal color to tabletops and kitchen curtains to reviewing the finer points on the healthfulness of cranberries, the annual Prairie County Homemakers Fall Potpourri offered a variety of seasonal tips in creating a festive setting. Cabin Creek homemaker Eileen Nielsen presented fall decorating ideas and food tips during this year’s annual homemaker affair, held earlier this month in the basement of the Presbyterian Community Church.
Interium ordinance addressing temporary housing concerns likely to look much different
By Kay Braddock
Why enact zoning in Terry? That is one question several residents have asked town officials at recent public meetings.
From Prairie County Board of Commissioners
Late this fall Prairie County had a public meeting to get input on the county’s road policy and especially on our snow plowing guidelines for the Prairie County Road Department. It was clear, without a doubt, that a significant majority attending wanted the “status quo” of plowing private lanes into residences free of charge and that this should continue until it was not economically feasible.