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FCCLA district V raises nearly $2,500 last week

 By Charlie Denison

Yellowstone Newspapers
 
 
Representatives from nine District V schools got together Thursday for a Family, Career and Community Leaders of America conference at the Dawson Community College Toepke auditorium.
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A Christmas greeting

  Dizzy Diner owners Rance and Pam Jonas received an unusual Christmas greeting this week. When checking their mailbox the couple found a letter postmarked from Greensboro, N. Carolina with two cards enclosed. Judy, the letter writer, explained that she had visited their business in Sept. and sat next to a gentleman named Marty who gave her directions to the 1938 Custer Creek train wreck.

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MCC class presents Terry logo proposal

By Kay Braddock

         It’s about getting travelers to pull off Interstate 94 to visit Terry. 

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FCCLA district readies for ‘a-thons’ fundraiser

 By Kay Braddock

 
 
It will be a morning of “a-thons,” and a day dedicated to raising funds for the Children’s Miracle Network, according to Terry High School FCCLA advisor Jody Haidle. 
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Olson begins work at Tribune

  Dawn Olson has begun working at the Terry Tribune, completing composing and advertising duties. 

Olson, a 1990 graduate of Terry High School, recently returned to Terry from Wichita, Kansas, where her husband Keith is stationed in the Air Force. Keith will join Dawn in Terry in June after retiring as a Master Sergeant from the Air Force.
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FSA election held

  The election for a Farm Service Agency County Committee member in LAA-1 (the north and west part of the county) is complete. The seat up for election was held for the past three years by Brady Liles. 

Candidates for the office were Todd Ban and Brady Liles. Ban was elected as regular member; Brady Liles is first alternate. The alternates fill in in the event the elected member is unable to complete their term. 
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Chamber elects officers

  Incumbent officers for the Prairie County Chamber of Commerce were elected to remain in their positions for 2011, during the Dec. 8 meeting. Officers are: Dale Galland, president; Inger Koppenhaver, vice president; Laris Netzer, secretary and Ally Capps, treasurer.

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Digging for Doves Local woman shows sand dollar art

 By Kay Braddock

 
An artful treasure can be found in just about anything. 
Pat Schilling proved that point to be true when she began digging through an old box in her garage filled with sand dollars. 
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Students will perform Christmas programs next week

From the THS Music Dept.

  The 2010 5-12th grade band and choir Christmas Concert is Tuesday, Dec. 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the Ray Frank Gymnasium.  The concert will consist of 5th grade band, 6th grade band, jr. high band and choir and high school band and choir, a student on the Ocarina, and a guitar solo. 

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