Ryan Ketchum confirmed Tuesday that he has accepted a position with the Sidney Police Department. Ketchum, who filed as a candidate for Prairie County Sheriff, began work as a patrolman on May 3. He interviewed for the job a week before accepting the position.
By Cindy Mullet
At a meeting of the Custer Country board Thursday, budget and marketing plans were proposed, several board positions were filled and the controversy centering on a review by the Attorney General’s office of the request for proposal process used by the tourism promotion corporation for the printing of its 2010 Custer Country Vacation Guide was addressed.
From Terry High School
If you had to write a play about your life, would it be boring? Would it be filled with wild characters or ordinary people? Unfortunately, Michelle’s life has been anything but interesting. Thus begins this year’s Junior/Senior Play.
By Cindy Mullet
After trying for more than a year to resolve a dispute over compensation from insurance purchased in 2008 under the Group Risk Plan Rangeland pilot program, a group of local ranchers has contracted with a Bismarck law firm to assist in the process.
Seven candidates have thrown their name into the hat for the hospital district seat. The current term expires May 31. Along with incumbent Barb Sackman other candidates include Glenda Ueland, Bob van der Valk, Gary Pfiefle, Michael Sterchi, Ron Tibbetts and Scott Carlton.
Brian Morast and Jason Higgins will serve another term as trustees for the Terry Public School District. Voters made that decision at the May 4 election.
Published May 5, 2010
Students must be 14-and-a-half-years-old by the end of the school year in order to take the class.
“Crank it to the right. Make sure your tires are at the edge,” Terry High School drivers education instructor Casey Schladweiler said to Freshman driver Lacey Waters during a recent lesson. As he continued to give point-by-point instructions, Waters completed a three-point turn.
By Kay Braddock
Prairie County Commissioners plan to meet with Mark Long of the Montana Department of Justice Narcotics Bureau to review current issues regarding medical marijuana.
Photo & Story from Montana Wilderness Association
This year marks the 48th Anniversary of the Montana Wilderness Association “Wilderness Walks” program, making it one of the most enduring and popular outdoor education programs in the country.
By Justin Joiner
Speaking to more than 1,000 people Sunday night, retired Lt. Col. Oliver North said people need to find out what their mission in life is.