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County files complaint seeking public access to Scenic View Road

 By Kay Braddock

 
A 27-page legal brief filed by Prairie County last week in district court seeks a judgment declaring a 7-mile dirt road north of Terry a county road by virtue of prescriptive easement. Prairie County is also seeking a preliminary injunction from the court to remove a locked gate that is on the road. 
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Fallon church will host women’s coffee break event Oct. 3

  Fallon Evangelical Church at 3505 Stower Street in Fallon will host Coffee Break with Christian D.I.V.A.s complete with fellowship, giveaways, delicious coffee and a concert with some of the finest Christian singers from around the country at 7:00 p.m. on October 3, 2010. The event is sponsored by The Prairie County MOPS Group.

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Agri Industries lone bidder for BR machine shop

 By Kay Braddock

 
Commissioners of Buffalo Rapids District II reviewed a nearly $133,000 proposal from Agri Industries of Miles City to purchase the irrigation district’s machine shop. It was the only proposal that was received by the board. 
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Accident near Circle involves school bus, results in 3 fatalities

By Charles Denison

Yellowstone Newspapers
 
A head-on collision between a Ford Explorer Sport Trac SUV and a school bus killed all three involved Wednesday morning on Montana Highway 200, just west of Circle.
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Grazing district offers bus ride to attend BLM meeting in Malta

 By Kay Braddock

 
Officials from the Prairie County Grazing District are encouraging local residents to attend a September 16 meeting in Malta.
It’s a meeting that not only ranchers should attend, said Prairie County Grazing District secretary Sandra Brown. 
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Hospital crew cooks up fundraising idea

 By Kay Braddock

What started out as supply room chatter has turned into a cookbook fundraising effort that is being enthusiastically welcomed by community members.

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Valuing the bounty of the harvest

By Kay Braddock        

        Retirement years for Wes and Elza Plann haven’t been strictly designated to rocking chairs and lazy afternoon naps. 

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Mayor prepares to undergo trial treatment

 By Kay Braddock

 
As Terry Mayor Ron Kiosse prepares to undergo a six and a half week clinical trial treatment administered through Duke University’s brain tumor center he and wife Cindy remain optimistic. 
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Games, food and fun highlight Fallon’s festival

  Organizers of Fallon’s annual harvest festival are anticipating another big turnout for the popular community event. 

A ranch horse cutting contest will kick off the Sept. 5 celebration at 9 a.m. and will include a children’s division, according to organizer Delite Dukart. About 15 participants are expected to compete, with area sponsors offering prizes. A maximum of 20 can take part.
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Pfiefle begins as trustee on hospital board

  With two meetings under his belt, Prairie Community Hospital Board Trustee Gary Pfiefle says he’s becoming familiar with the hospital’s surroundings and activities. 

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