Perhaps you feel you have completed your estate plan and either wrote a will or trust and are confident that you now know who receives your property when you pass away, right? Well, says Dr. Marsha Goetting, “you may be wrong if you have also utilized other Montana tools for avoiding probate.” Dr.
Of the 292 absentee ballots mailed out this election season, 205 have been returned, according to Prairie County Election Administrator Toni Kalfell. Thirty-three percent of the county’s 873 registered voters have signed up to receive absentee ballots.
The Prairie County Museum and Evelyn Cameron Gallery have announced plans to hold another Afternoon Tea at the Gallery this fall. Last year’s event was so well received that another tea will be held Sunday, Nov. 18, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Cameron Gallery.
Chip Mintz was one of several Terry runners taking part in the “Hoofin’ it for
Hunger” run held in Miles City earlier this month.
If you are interested in becoming a foster or adoptive family please join the “Keeping Children Safe” licensing training.
From Prairie County Library
Frontier photographer John Breum’s granddaughter recently visited Prairie County to tour the area her grandfather had resided in and photographed in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s.
By Wes Venteicher
The Fallon Village Council met to review the Fallon Harvest Festival.
Little Owls story time will begin its fall and winter season beginning Friday, October 26 at 10 a.m. at the Prairie County Library. Library Aide Lauren Graham will lead the children’s program.
A house built by Ban Construction tied for first place for the 2012 Peoples Choice Award of the Homes Builders Association Parade of Billings. Owner Brian Ban and his wife Tana are former residents of Terry.