Mayor Rolane Christofferson recently re-ceived the resignation letter of Town of Terry attorney David Freedman. Dated June 30, Freedman expressed his pleasure of serving as Terry’s town attorney for almost a year. He also recommended the town coun-cil seek the services of Prairie County attorney Dan Rice.
Alec Haughian com-petes in the stock saddle bronc riding, finishing second.
The Terry High School Class of 2012 remembered their friend and classmate by sponsoring the Terry Fourth of July Rodeo bull riding buckle in memory of Harold Meidinger. Harold loved the rodeo and was even known to get on a bull a time or two. Harold was tragically killed in February 2013 near Miles City. His motto was ‘Let er Buck!’
The last minute details of the annual Terry Yippee! event will be worked out at the Prairie County Chamber of Commerce’s July 9th meeting.
With only two days away, plans for the 66th annual Terry Roping Club’s Fourth of July Rodeo are well underway. According to TRC offcier Sharilyn Kortum, the organization is anticipating another successful turnout.
The Terry Swimming Pool opened for the season Thursday, June 26. So far the pool has only needed to close one day due to rain showers, according to pool manager Michelle Wolff.
Dawson County Extension agent Bruce Smith works with kids at 4H camp.
The annual Tri-County Weed Tour will take place on Wednesday, July 16th beginning at 2:00 p.m. The tour will begin at the Tri-County Sign which is located near Christine Keltn