By Amorette Allison
We all know who Custer County is named after and most of us are at least vaguely familiar with Miles and Keogh, Terry and Forsyth. But there is one name on the southeastern Montana landscape that the original owner of the name would probably prefer not be there.
With over 40 people attending Thursday evening’s Zumba fitness class last week, organizers are set to offer a variety of fitness classes on weekdays at the Prairie Community Center, located at 112 S. Garfield. Fitness class leaders are Dawnya Kirkpatrick and Stephanie Keltner.
Those interested in serving on the school board for Terry School District 5 have until March 24 to file. Filing has opened for the two seats currently held by Scott Fredrickson and Elton Stickel.
Felicia Hubber, Hood To Coast race director, Jude Hubber, director of marketing and Robert Foote, owner, pose with a small version of the Hood To Coast movie poster. Foote began the relay race 30 years ago and uses the for-profit business as a platform to raise funds for non-profit groups.
By Kay Braddock
By Charlie Denison
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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.
By Kay Braddock
It’s about getting travelers to pull off Interstate 94 to visit Terry.