By Dan Killoy
The old axiom that a picture is worth a thousand words has been forever pressed into my mind after seeing the aftermath of a horrific car accident involving my daughter-in-law and my 1-year-old twin granddaughters last month.
By Todd Devlin
It is time Prairie County citizens know what is going on at the national level with local governments and the National Association of Counties position on the Greater Sage Grouse. As a member of the National Association of Counties Public Lands Steering Committee, I introduced two resolutions this July at the National Association of Counties Annual Conference in Pittsburgh concerning the Greater Sage Grouse.
By Town of Terry Mayor Ron Kiosse & Charles Deisher Zoning Commission Chairman
Recently, I had submitted a column in the Terry Tribune discussing the Growth Policy that is currently underway for the Town of Terry. Today I would like to take some time to discuss the potential adoption of zoning subsequent to completion of the Growth Policy.
By Jeff Havens
Last year, I wrote a guest column to address emerging environmental health concerns within the Terry community. The purpose of this column is to reiterate and clarify what was previously written with regards to food safety.
Manage economic growth by allowing region to keep money produced by oil and gas industry, not by raising taxes
By Jeff Essman, R-SD 28 Billings
From Rebecca Colnar
Montana Farm Bureau Federation
With Earth Day celebrated on April 22, people around the globe have voiced their appreciation for the planet and talk about plans to keep the planet vibrant and healthy.
By Pastor Jacob Hanneman
Terry Trinity Lutheran Church
By Sharla Sackman
Prairie County MSU Extension Agent
By Michael Sterchi and Parker Powell
Prairie Community Hospital, built in 1969, is a Critical Access Hospital (CAH) with a 22 swing-bed capacity. Traditionally a long-term care facility, it is now able to “swing” between nursing, skilled and acute care beds. The hospital has 46 employees, with 25 directly involved with patient care. Last November the hospital added one acute care bed, which has greatly improved the hospital’s service.
By Town of Terry Mayor Ron Kiosse
As members of our community work hard towards completing a growth policy for the Town of Terry, we recognize the importance for those of us living and working in the community to know not only what exactly a growth policy is but to participate in the process.