Reports of pesticide products being sold over the phone to farmers is a spring time ritual in Montana. Now that some commonly used pesticides are no longer patented, these products are being manufactured and marketed by many companies. Some of these companies often make wild claims to the effectiveness of their products.
In an ongoing effort to provide a high level of professional care and keep treatment costs at a minimum, Prairie Community Hospital (PCH) will begin implementing payment at the time of service for all services at Prairie County Clinic beginning May 1, 2010.
Photo and Story By Amanda Breitbach Ragsdale
Two years in to a project that once seemed insurmountable, Wynona Breen is celebrating having nearly reached the halfway point in her transcription of the Evelyn Cameron diaries.
By Megan Olson
Prairie County Health Dept.
Prairie County walkers go around the clock in the battle against cancer during the first ever Terry Mini-Relay Relay For Life. This celebration of life brings together numerous groups and individuals concerned about cancer in a unified effort to fight back.
By Kay Braddock
When Milly Ross sat down to write her memoir she would later recall the primary motivation propelling the project.
Author recalls steps to building a memoir
By Kay Braddock
When Karen Stevenson agreed to write the memoir of Elsie Fox neither woman knew definitively the project’s destination – or, for that matter, the twists and turns the two would ride through in the subsequent three years.
From Prairie County MSU Extension Office
Tara Andrews, Custer County Extension Agent will present “Real Colors”, a program that helps you to quickly identify your own temperament or “color” and that of others, on April 26th at 2:00 p.m. at the Prairie County Courthouse.