In the twists and turns only a topic like zoning could bring, the Terry Town Council announced its recent developments concerning the matter through a letter sent to Terry residents last week.
Plagued with leaking and filter issues, which have resulted in a substantial decrease in the days its open, the Terry Swimming Pool has been a topic of concern to many in the community in recent years. Those concerns will be addressed at tonight’s meeting scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. at Town Hall.
A Preschool (Child Find) Screening will be conducted at Terry Schools on Thursday, April 3 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. for children in Terry. This screening is for children ages birth through 5 years of age. This screening will include upcoming kindergarten students to be enrolled in the 2014-2015 school year.
Sophomore Trevin Schroeber stands among the recycling bins.
Zak Gierke, Trevin Schroeber and Lane Stickel are currently working on a project to reduce the amount of littering and increase the amount of recycling.
The 2014 edition of the Old Schoolhouse has published an article written by Terry resident Inger Koppenhaver.
Rail cars loaded with railroad tracks could be seen just east of
Terry Tuesday afternoon as the tracks were being unloaded to be
used in the area, Burlington Northern Santa Fe’s extension of the rail
siding project at Terry is scheduled to begin next month.
Taken Sunday afternoon, this picture of O’Fallon Creek shows the
high level area creeks are running at with spring runoff in full swing.
The ice going out of the Yellowstone River Sunday evening is another
sign of spring and the continuation of warmer temperatures
Published March 12, 2014
Submited by Eastern Plains EDC
The Town of Terry’s wastewater treatment system was built in 1965 and, with the exception of cleaning and embankment repair, no other improvements have been made to the treatment system since that date.
Prairie County Commissioner Todd Devlin gave a presentation
in Washington DC to the National Association of Counties, Public
Lands Steering Committee on the history, policies, guidelines, and
resolutions of NACo and Congress regarding the PILT program. The
March 2 meeting was attended by about 150 county commissioners
from the western United States.
In response to the need for truck drivers and heavy equipment operators in the wake of the energy boom in the region, Miles Community College is working toward becoming a leader in Workforce Development.