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Road supervisor suggests possible solution to washout

        Using a hill neighboring the north side of the washout as backfill could save the county time and money, according to road supervisor Mark Trask, in its efforts to repair travel along the seven-mile dirt road. 

Although the mound of clay soil is not located within the Wilderness Study Area, which mandates the preservation of natural conditions, it is located on grounds managed by the Bureau of Land Management. Using its materials as backfill may require a lengthy review process.
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Montana author to visit Terry students

From Terry Public Schools     

        Montana author Sneed B. Collard III will be visiting Terry Schools on Thursday, May 19.  

Collard, who lives in Missoula,  is the author of more than 55 books for young readers, including the award-winning books, Science Warriors-The Battle Against Invasive Species; Wings and Shep, Our Most Loyal Dog.   
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Eastern Montana Industries offers new recycling services

From Eastern Montana Industries

       Through the efforts of a number of local Terry residents and a partnership with Eastern Montana Industries (EMI), Prairie County residents will soon have more options for preventing some of their garbage from ending up in the landfill.  

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Local benefit auction raises $3,600 for cure

 

Joan Hubber watches as Greg Klevgard illustrates the Pac Man chomp while modeling “Ms. Pac-Man - taking a bite out of cancer” brasserie. More photos can be viewed on the Tribune Facebook page.

By Kay Braddock

 
 
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Music students depart for state

 By Kay Braddock

        Terry High School music students who received a superior rating at the District Music Festival last month will be leaving Thursday to perform at the state competition in Billings.
         The State Music Festival is held May 6 - 7.

There are 10 events with 10 students involved that will be attending the state festival.  
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Wilderness Walks program highlighted in booklet

        This year marks the 49th Anniversary of the Montana Wilderness Association “Wilderness Walks” program, making it one of the most enduring and popular outdoor education programs in the country. Wilderness Walks provide an excellent opportunity to experience and learn about some of Montana’s most spectacular wildlands. 

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Rambur elected to serve on hospital board

         Prairie County voters elected Lotty Rambur to serve as a trustee on the Prairie Community Hospital Board. Rambur received 130 votes; Michael Sterchi received 54.

The election was held Tuesday, May 3. 
Rambur will join trustees Charles Deisher and Gary Pfiefle. The three-year seat has been held by longtime trustee Ruth Lekse.

Published May 4, 2011

 
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Locals attend Helena event honoring Cameron

 
Carol Larsen, Margie Brubaker and Alice Pehl of the Prairie County Museum attended the Helena event honoring Lady Evelyn Cameron. Also pictured are Lt. Gov. John Bohlinger, and at far right Carroll College Professor Lorna Milne who delivered a talk on Cameron.

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Customer service workshop will be offered in Terry, May 5

        Prairie County Chamber of Commerce invites all area businesses and organizations to attend the Montana Superhost customer service workshop, “Lost and Found in Montana”. The workshop will be at the Stockman Bank, 117 Logan Ave, on Thursday, May 5 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. This session is free of charge to all participants.  

Please pre-register by contacting Dale Galland at 635-5598 or email prairieunique@hotmail.com.  
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Weather spotter course offered May 12

 The National Weather Service in Glasgow, in conjunction with Prairie County Department of Emergency Service will be hosting a free Skywarn weather spotter training course on May 12  from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.  

The training will be held at the Prairie County Courthouse, in the courtroom.    
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