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Marketing workshop will focus on promoting Terry area

By Elizabeth Smith
Eastern Plains EDC

  As a follow-up to the Preserve America visit June 6-7, Cynroc, Inc., a marketing firm located in Billings, will conduct a free branding and marketing workshop at the Stockman Bank in Terry, Monday, August 22 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  The purpose of the workshop is to discuss Terry’s recent branding and main street development efforts.  

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Statewide public safety communications system must not fail

By Kevin Bruski & Carl Hotvedt
Interoperability Montana

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New semester begins this week, following a positive one

By Casey Klasna        
Terry Schools Supt.

    
        A successful first semester is in the books as the second semester started Tuesday, January 18. There is a very positive and rewarding atmosphere at Terry Schools and I give credit to the students and the staff for the success. I foresee a great second semester.

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Union rep: Buffalo Rapids split is due to attacks on employees

By Al Ekblad
International Union of Operating Engineers, Local #400

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We are all in this together

By Michael Sterchi
Medical column

  Lets talk about chronic disease. In many ways this is a pep talk, because so often little can be done about the host of chronic degenerative conditions that plague mankind.

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Directives shouldn’t make roads disappear and wild lands appear

 By Deanna Bockness
Prairie County Commissioner Dist. II

On December 23, 2010, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and Bureau of Land Management Director Bob Abbey held a press conference in Denver, Colo. to announce Secretarial Order 3310, mandating the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to begin to inventory lands that have wilderness characteristics as described in Section 603 of the Federal Land Policy Management Act of 1976 and Section 2(c) of the Wilderness Act of 1964.

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Put an end to the “Meth Not Even Once” sign monster

 By Bob van der Valk

We moved to our small town of Terry, Montana about two years ago and one of the first things we noticed were the proliferation of “Meth not even once” billboards and other signs posted along the roads and highways in Prairie County.

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What a showing ... Terriers are #1

By Casey Klasna       
Terry Schools Supt.

        All I can say is “WOW!” The Terry Terriers dominated the scene at the state volleyball tournament. What representation of our school and community. These young ladies deserved the title and they did it coming through the back door of the tournament bracket. 

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Don’t friend me; I like my life the way it is

 By Dwight Harriman

Facebook is taking over the world.

What began as a single idea in the mind of boy wonder Mark Zuckerberg back at his Harvard dorm room in 2004 has exploded into a worldwide phenomenon of 500 million users and counting. And now they've made a movie about it, "The Social Network," so you know it's gotta be big.
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Scenic View debate is much more than a road issue

 By Todd Devlin
Prairie County Commissioner 
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Regardless of your particular stance on Scenic View Road, it is imperative to closely examine the actions, and at times inactions, taken by the Bureau of Land Management while handling this issue. 

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