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Local man recalls riot in Vegas’ MGM Grand after title fight

 “It was the scariest (experience) I have ever been in.”

Those were the concluding thoughts shared by Kelly Hubbert of Fallon, as he described being in the middle of a riot that followed the Mayweather Vs. Maidana fight at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on Saturday.
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A little stir here, a little stir there ...

 
FCCLA students heading to the state convention this summer, hosted
a fundraising pancake breakfast Sunday morning at the Bolin multipurpose
room. Rave revues on the meal’s pancakes and sausage were heard from several attendees. Pictured are: (l-r) Lane Stickel, Zak Gierke, Deanna Loomis and Valerie Greenfield.  

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Outpouring of support seen in Save Our Pool efforts

For the Tribune

        To date, through raffle proceeds and donations, Save Our Pool has raised $7,038.47. An outpouring of support, not from just within our community and neighboring communities, but from individuals who remember summers spent at the Terry Swimming Pool, has been received. The Save Our Pool committee thanks all who have donated to the cause of keeping the Terry Swimming Pool open. 

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Prairie County Homemakers’ traveling trophy?

      

     Stefanie Forcella has found herself in the possession of a puzzle piece. Well, it’s not literally a brainteaser in the shape of a jigsaw, but rather its form takes on the likes of a trophy — and not just any trophy, mind you. This is a Prairie County Homemaker of the Year Trophy, as it clearly states in the cup’s base gold plate.

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Youth gather for bb shoot


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. 

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Town siren to be tested Monday, May 19

  The residents of Terry are being cautioned that a test run of the town siren will take place Monday, May 19. 

The following is a description of the FEMA approved signaling tones that can be emitted from the siren located near the U.S. Post Office, and the typical response residents should take in the case when these tones are emitted in real-case scenarios.  
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Museum/Gallery’s Afternoon Tea to honor volunteers

        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. 

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Music students heading to state


High school music students Exelee Lacquement, Kylie Helmuth and Valerie
Greenfield wil be leaving Friday for Billings to compete in the State Music Festival.

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Portion of Frank Sir donation used to update hospital’s resident rooms

        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.

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Norm Clarke will speak at MSU-B graduation

      Terry native and longtime journalist Norm Clarke will be the commencement speaker at Montana State University-Billings on May 3 at MetraPark.

      Clarke, who fell in love with news as a paper delivery boy and began his journalism career at the Terry Tribune in 1963, will share how his childhood dream to compete in the Olympics came true, but as a sportswriter with The Associated Press.
       His speech will cover several life-changing decisions that helped him stay the course. 
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