From Prairie County MSU Extension Office
The 2011 Prairie County Fair has an exciting mixture of favorite traditional events and new attractions for fairgoers August 4th through 7th.
The family of Rudolph “Rudy” and Marie Hauck announce the upcoming 70th wedding anniversary of the couple.
As part of Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar’s push to build a bipartisan wilderness agenda that can be enacted in the 112th Congress, Bureau of Land Management (BLM) state offices will solicit suggestions and recommendations from state and local elected officials, Tribes, and other federal land managers on areas that deserve wilderness protection and that have broad support for congressional designation.
In preparation for Fallon’s annual harvest festival, Fallon community members took part in a clean-up day July 23. About 35 people took part in the clean up of the Fallon Park and grounds uptown. Downed tree branches from a recent storm, along with six dead trees were removed. Three tractors, four chainsaws, multiple pick-ups, a 4-wheeler with trailer, and half a dozen rakes, shovels, pitch forks and a wheelbarrow were used to complete the job.
Terry Yippee! will be celebrating its 30th year, Saturday, July 30. Activities will include the Terry Yippee Cornhole Tournament in Murn Park, and an Areancross and ATV Pull at the Prairie County Fairgrounds. The day will conclude with an evening dance with Spectrum performing downtown from 8 p.m. to midnight.
Jamie Lee McGrady of Fallon came away with the top prize at the Texaco
Country Showdown local competition held on Friday, July 15 at the Omni
Center in Miles City.
By Kay Braddock
Members from Prairie Action League and the Prairie County Motorcycle Association, along with other volunteers, were involved in the all-day effort to restore Terry's T.
It was destination Terry, Montana for 22 Baptists from Kentucky, according to Lee Jackson, a church planter for the group. He along with Miles City Valley Drive Baptist Church Pastor Jeff Cahill outlined the week’s events taking place at the small white Baptist church building that sits on the northside of Spring Street.
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
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.