From Montana Wilderness Association
Montana Wilderness Association summer “Wilderness Walks” program, is winding down, but there are still two great opportunities to get out and explore two of Eastern Montana’s more unique prairie wildlands.
The Prairie Community Hospital Foundation is planning a “Fall Fun 4 All” fundraising event Saturday, Sept 24 at the Prairie County Fairgrounds. The two-hour affair will begin immediately following the Terrier home football game.
Montana Bill Roberts was selected as the recepient of the 2011 Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame Legacy Award for District 2, which includes Dawson, Garfield, McCone, Prairie, Richland and Wibaux counties. His name was submitted by grandson Mike Correll, who was inspired by his grandad’s cowboy stories.
By Kay Braddock
“Hoping I may ever remain contended, happy and free.”
Two write-in candidates have added their names to the open Terry Town Council seats. They are Fred Rambur of Ward I and Kathy Hickman of Ward II.
It's beagle mania as 9-year-old Wesley Braddock attempts to handle rambunctious beagle puppies during a recent reunion of the five beagles adopted by Terry residents. The puppies, pictured from left, are Cash, Cinder, Buster and Oliver. Chloe is not pictured.
By Kay Braddock
A publication of Yellowstone Newspapers
Sunday’s Fallon Harvest Festival was a success, according to organizers who said more ticket and menu items were bought this year than in recent years. Over 550 people were served lunch menu items and over 300 attended supper, according to organizer Delite Dukart, noting the record-breaking turnout.
McKensie Keller of the Nelson Agriculture Academy online FFA Chapter has been selected to play French Horn in the National FFA Band, October 19 through October 22, 2011. Keller submitted an audition tape and was one of 80 FFA members selected to help bring full instrumental balance to the band.
Trinity Lutheran Church Pastor Jacob Hanneman and his wife Elizabeth moved to Terry in mid-August after receiving a call to serve here.
For the Tribune
Del Siegle, formerly of Terry, has been promoted to Department Head of the Department of Educational Psychology in the Neag School of Education at UConn. Dr. Siegle has been a member of the Dept. of Educational Psychology for the past 12 years and is taking over the role from Dr. Swaminathan, who is returning to a teaching and researching role.
By Don Cogger