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One person files for council

      The two open council seats for Terry Town Council drew in only one candidate by the June 30 filing deadline.
      Lou Cronin Hockhalter of 119 S. Adams Ave. filed for the Ward I seat.
      There is an August 12 deadline for write-in candidates to file a declaration of intent.
      If no interest is expressed in the Ward II seat Terry Town Council will appoint a person to serve for the four-year term.

Published July 13, 2011

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Rodeo attracts crowds, area talent

  Terry Roping Club hosted its 63rd annual Fourth of July Rodeo on Monday, which drew in participants and crowds from throughout the region including Terry, Circle, Broadus, Glendive and Miles City. 

Ray Granmoe once again served as the announcer. The rodeo’s grand entry included a vocal performance of the National Anthem by Layna Grue.
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Smooth transition expected at county health department


Joan Hubber, RN, pictured at right, will be leaving her post after 13 years with the Prairie County Health Department. Janet Fredrickson, RN, who has been working with Hubber in the county health department for the pst year and a half will resume her new role on Monday, July 11.

 By Kay Braddock

 
 
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Area artists to show works Saturday

         Enjoy a summer day in the country, during the Art in the Country event, Saturday July 9, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., located 20 miles south of Circle, at 214 Prairie Road.

After viewing the gardens visitors may browse through the booths of 14 artists. New talents along with local artists will be brought together to display a variety of jewelry, barnwood décor, pottery, garden art, quilting as well as other one-of-a- kind treasures.  
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Swim season nears as pool prep work continues


Art Tyler applies a second coat to the west wall of the pool.

 By Kay Braddock

 
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Teams help raise $14K for cancer research

By Kay Braddock

  Although Friday evening’s thunderstorm may have dampened conditions for Prairie County Relay for Life teams, it did little to dampen their fundraising efforts. Including the $3,600 raised at the Bras for a Cause event held in Terry earlier this spring, a total of just over $14,000 was raised for the American Cancer Society. 

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Students raise $500 for peace program

 A Terry High School English class raised $500 for the Pennies for Peace program.

The organization, based out of Bozeman, Mont., promotes peace through education in Pakistan and other neighboring countries. Pennies for Peace and its founder Greg Mortenson faced controversies earlier this year when a 60 Minutes news program questioned aspects of the organization.
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Transcription of 34 years of Cameron Diaries completed and on display

By Alice Pehl
Prairie County Museum

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No interest yet expressed in council seats

        No one has yet to file a declaration for nomination for either of the two open Terry Town Council seats. The deadline to file is June 30 by 5 p.m.

Currently the seats are held by Ward I councilman Josh Helmuth and Ward II councilman Tom Pisk. Neither incumbent has yet to file.
Ward I is west of Logan Avenue while Ward II is located east of Logan Avenue.  
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Entry deadline nears for July 15 country music talent show in Miles

  Anticipation and excitement is higher than ever as aspiring country music artists prepare fro the 30th Annual Texaco Country Showdown at the Omni Center in Miles City on July 15. 

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