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Insurance won’t cover school’s legal fees

 

By Kay Braddock
 
Legal fees accumulated by Terry Schools in response to an unfair labor practice charge are not covered by the school’s insurance.  
During a 20-minute insurance policy coverage presentation at the Oct. 26 school board meeting, insurance agent Dale Hellman explained the difference between a lawsuit and an unfair labor charge.
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BR employee benefits addressed

 By Kay Braddock

 
 
Buffalo Rapids member-at-large commissioner Ric Holden presented a detailed “snapshot picture” of employee wages and benefits at the irrigation project’s annual meeting in Glendive.
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Water rates, finances covered at BR annual meeting

 By Jamie Ausk-Crisafulli
Yellowstone Newspapers

        Buffalo Rapids Irrigation Project water users attended the BR Board of Control annual meeting Nov. 3 to hear what board members had to report concerning the financial state of the irrigation project and what was in store for the future of Buffalo Rapids.

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Voters decide: Kiosse will be new mayor


       In a voter turnout most cities could only aspire to reach, over 70 percent of registered voters turned out in both Ward I and Ward II for the municipal election. 

In a four-person mayoral race, including one write-in candidate, Ronald Kiosse finished with 214 votes.  
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Commissioners, landowner meet to negotiate use of road

 By Kay Braddock

 
For the first time since the Scenic View Road issue began two years ago, Prairie County commissioners, representatives of the Bureau of Land Management and landowner Michael Karrels sat down together to negotiate use of the 7-mile dirt road that leads to a popular overlook of the Terry Badlands north of Terry. 
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Speaker shares anti-drug, positive self image message

 By Kay Braddock

       “No doubt about it, each one of you will have a dream.” 

That was the opening message presented last week to junior high and high school students by motivational speaker Lance Lanning. He continued, “But you don’t reach your dreams overnight.” 
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Students to perform at Veterans Day celebration

  Preparations are underway for next week’s Veterans Day celebration. The downtown parade and following performance by Terry School students will include a welcome address by Terry Schools Superintendent Charles Deisher, along with patriotic songs sung by the Terry High School choir and elementary children. 

 The Veterans Day program will begin at 2:00 p.m. Wed., Nov. 11.

Published Nov. 9, 2009

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Town election will be Tues., Nov. 3

        Polls will be open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the Town of Terry municipal election on Tuesday, Nov. 3. 

Terry residents will be deciding on four seats - the mayoral race along with three council positions. 
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Officials ready for district volleyball action

 By Sharilyn Kortum

        Terry isn’t new to serving as host of the District 2-C volleyball tournament. This is the second year in a row that Terry’s Ray Frank Gymnasium has played host for the 8-team post-season tournament and the third in a five year period.

“It is great for the town,” first year Athletic Director Casey Klasna said.
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Public meetings will address future bridge work

By Kay Braddock 

        The Montana Department of Transportation has secured $2 million from federal bridge replacement funds that will be used to replace a stretch of secondary highway 253 leading to the Yellowstone River bridge north of Terry.

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Poll

Are Yippee weekend and the Prairie County Fair too close together?: