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New library aide prepares for summer reading program beginning June 30

         New library aide Christina Ehinger is set to begin the children’s summer reading program at the Prairie County Library later this month. Christina replaces outgoing library aide Kelly Ruddat, who moved last week to Pierre, South Dakota.

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Flooding affects Mildred area


Photo Courtesy Tracey Peterson

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Tornado hits property south of Terry


Pictured above: Tom Smith stands with  fiancée Ally Capps Tuesday
morning as the couple surveys the damage caused by a small tornado
that hit Capps’ property south of Terry Friday at about 8:30 p.m.

 By Kay Braddock

 
 
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Mid-Rivers hosts annual meeting

 The annual Mid-Rivers meeting will be held next week in Miles City. Mid-Rivers members, which includes customers within the service area of the telephone cooperative, will meet Wednesday, June 1 at 6:30 p.m. at the Eastern Montana Fairgrounds. Registration for voting at the meeting will begin at 4 p.m.

Along with the election of trustees, other agenda items include  an audit report, manager comments and the presentation of the employee of the year award. 
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Second graders release butterflies


Second grader Abe Smith was among those who released butterflies last
week in Murn Park.

By Kay Braddock

  It’s been a world of butterfly wonder for second graders, explained second grade teacher Cindi Mahan in a recent email.  

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Terry woman celebrates 100th birthday


Elaine Roos poses with her three adult children. Pictured from left: Delores Cameron of Miles City, John Roos of Terry, and Patricia Dobrowski of Nevada.

By Kay Braddock

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Reflections shared on Class of 2011

 By Kay Braddock

Hardworking, organized and a go-get-‘em attitude – those were just a few of the descriptions shared by teachers describing Terry High School’s Class of 2011.
“They just get it done. It’s been real refreshing,” senior advisor Jody Haidle said, describing the class of 14 seniors.
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Terry High School seniors graduate Saturday


 

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County, economic reps examine travel conditions along Scenic View Road

A group of about 16 area economic and county representatives toured Scenic View Road on Friday, May 6. The group spent a significant amount of time looking over the large washout neighboring a portion of the road, with county road supervisor Mark Trask detailing a suggested plan to fill the gulch and prevent further future erosion.

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Meeting describes interaction between BLM and county

 By Kay Braddock

        Prior to the May 6 road tour, Prairie County Board of Commission Chairman Todd Devlin recounted the events surrounding the May 4 grading of Scenic View Road. About 16 county officials and area economic representatives, including Rep. Dennis Rehberg’s field rep J.T. Korkow, attended the meeting and subsequent tour.

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