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Hospital receives Elks grant to buy equipment

 
Pictured (from l to r) are: President of Miles City Elks Lodge #537 Gary Holm, Elks trustee Pat Killen, Elks member Sheila Capek and PCH Administrator Parker Powell.

By Kay Braddock

Prairie Community Hospital in Terry was recently awarded an $8,000 grant from the Montana State Elks Association’s Major Project Program. 

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“Chair-ity” event begins

 Local artists are being invited to take part in a “chair-ity” event. As the name suggests, the event sponsored by the Evelyn Cameron Heritage Inc.,  will center around chairs.

Each artist will decorate a wooden chair that will be sold during a May 12 silent auction. Artists will donate their time and materials to the project. Evelyn Cameron Heritage Inc. will provide the five wooden chairs.
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Concerns spur county to address open meeting laws

By Kay Braddock

  The handling of a Public Safety Commission meeting held earlier this month has prompted county officials to seek to educate county board members on open meeting laws.

During the hour-long Public Safety Commission meeting, comments were made by citizens and board members about the job performance of Prairie County Undersheriff Greg Huber.
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6th grade to be added to middle school schedule

 By Kay Braddock

 
 
Next year’s sixth graders will follow a middle school schedule. 
That unanimous decision made by Terry Public School trustees during Monday night’s regular board meeting came after an earlier meeting held with parents of elementary students that outlined the school district’s options.
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Ice hits Shirley pumping plant

 By Kay Braddock

The Buffalo Rapids District 2 Irrigation Project didn’t go unscathed during this season’s ice jams.

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Theater group seeks area members

  BEACH, ND  The Badlands Players is a newly formed theater group based out of Beach, North Dakota. They hope to produce a couple of live stage performances each year. 

Currently, the group is working on obtaining performance rights for the 1944 comedy “Harvey” by Mary Chase. 
Acting roles will be cast over the next few weeks. 
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School to host digital awareness class

  Don’t miss this live event! IROC is coming to Terry. This award winning and nationally acclaimed Live Event provides digital citizens with a greater awareness of negative, irresponsible, and malicious digital behaviors and trends – beyond the common issues of sexting, cyber bullying an sextortion – and the method to reduce the risk of becoming a victim of a cyber-crime, bullying, or digital exploitation.

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“All odd ducks quack here” duck hunt in Terry planned

For the Tribune

  A financial reward of $100 is being offered to catch the infamous “Pick  Pocket Duck” from Terry, Montana.

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An example of the “Pick Pocket Duck” in action, using ducklings to distract innocent  victims, is pictured above.

Benefit planned to help family after fire


Officials and neighbors look over damages caused by an early morning residential fire that took place Monday destroying a detached double car garage and significantly damaging the back side of a home located on the east side of the 200 block of  Garfield Avenue.

 By Kay Braddock

 
 
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Student creates recycle project

 

Andy Henry is among 12 Terry High School students preparing for the FCCLA State Leadership Conference in Billings. Students from 11 districts throughout the state will be conveneing for the March 17-19 conference.

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