Volunteer Duncan Hedges helps 9-year-old Nathan Koppenhaver line
up his practice shot during the second annual Prairie County Sportsman
Association BB Shoot for youth.
It was another good showing for the Prairie County Sportsman Association’s BB Gun Shoot, held at the county fairgrounds Saturday afternoon.
The residents of Terry are being cautioned that a test run of the town siren will take place Monday, May 19.
The Prairie County Museum and Evelyn Cameron Gallery will be hosting an Afternoon Tea this Sunday at the Evelyn Cameron Gallery. This year the tea will honor all of the volunteers who help staff the facility throughout the summer season.
High school music students Exelee Lacquement, Kylie Helmuth and Valerie
Greenfield wil be leaving Friday for Billings to compete in the State Music Festival.
The Prairie Community Hospital Foundation recently announced that a major gift has been received from Frank Sir. Sir gifted a substantial donation of $20,000 in H Savings Bonds from his estate to benefit the Hospital campus and facility.
Terry native and longtime journalist Norm Clarke will be the commencement speaker at Montana State University-Billings on May 3 at MetraPark.
Prairie County Deputy Sheriff Lorin Larsen stands in front of Prairie
County’s new patrol car. Sheriff Duncan Hedges has been assigned
to the new patrol car, while Larsen will be driving the sheriff’s office
By Kay Hoffer
Prairie County voters will choose between three candidates for two seats on the Terry School Board at the May 6 election. Polls will open at 12 p.m. until 8 p.m. in the Terry High School lobby.
During last week’s regular Terry Town Council meeting, the council unanimously voted to appoint Rolane Christofferson as Terry’s mayor. Christofferson will serve as mayor through November 2015, when a municipal election will be held, where both the mayoral seat and Ward II council seat vacated by Christofferson will be up for election.
By Kay Hoffer
When Frank Sir, 93, died in 2011 he made it clear he wanted to give back to his community. Raised on the family homestead north of Terry, in the Lindsay area, Sir and four of his five siblings continued to call the family farm home throughout their lives. In his later years, Sir, who remained single, moved to Glendive.