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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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Teams ready for Relay for Life, Friday

         Everyone is invited to attend Terry’s second annual Relay for Life Friday, June 24 at Murn Park. A 5 p.m. community barbecue will kick off the 12-hour event that benefits the American Cancer Society. 

Opening ceremonies will begin at 6 p.m. with the Survivors Lap following at 6:30 p.m. Cancer survivors can receive a free t-shirt beforehand. A group photo will be taken after the Survivors Lap.
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Terry pool to receive grant to help with leaking issues

For the Tribune

Prior to Memorial Day this year a funding request of $10,000 was submitted by the Prairie County Chamber of Commerce to the TransCanada Community Investment Program for much needed improvements to the Terry Municipal Pool.

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Prairie County range tour will visit Fort Keogh June 30

For the Tribune

  The Prairie County Extension Office has teamed with a committee of livestock producers and the Prairie County Grazing District to plan a range tour planned especially for Prairie County producers at Fort Keogh on June 30th.  

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Miles City officials continue to monitor flooding concerns

By Elaine Forman
Yellowstone Newspapers

       While Miles City’s flooding threat remains minimal for the time being, officials continue to prepare in case any problems arise with thunderstorm downpours or snow melting in the mountains.

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Museum Cameron t-shirts available

      The Prairie County Museum is operating under its regular summer season hours which are: Monday 9 am - 3 pm; Tuesday closed; Wed. - Fri. 9 am - 3 pm; Saturday and Sunday 1 pm - 4 pm. T-shirts, depicting a famous Evelyn Cameron photograph, are also being offered for sale to visitors of the museum complex. The t-shirts were donated to the museum.

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Tribune wins awards at annual convention

       The Terry Tribune received three awards during the Montana Newspaper Association’s annual convention held in Lewistown on Saturday, June 11. The Tribune earned one first place plaque and two third place awards for small weeklies.

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Poll

Are Yippee weekend and the Prairie County Fair too close together?: