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Hospital crew cooks up fundraising idea

 By Kay Braddock

What started out as supply room chatter has turned into a cookbook fundraising effort that is being enthusiastically welcomed by community members.

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Valuing the bounty of the harvest

By Kay Braddock        

        Retirement years for Wes and Elza Plann haven’t been strictly designated to rocking chairs and lazy afternoon naps. 

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Mayor prepares to undergo trial treatment

 By Kay Braddock

 
As Terry Mayor Ron Kiosse prepares to undergo a six and a half week clinical trial treatment administered through Duke University’s brain tumor center he and wife Cindy remain optimistic. 
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Games, food and fun highlight Fallon’s festival

  Organizers of Fallon’s annual harvest festival are anticipating another big turnout for the popular community event. 

A ranch horse cutting contest will kick off the Sept. 5 celebration at 9 a.m. and will include a children’s division, according to organizer Delite Dukart. About 15 participants are expected to compete, with area sponsors offering prizes. A maximum of 20 can take part.
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Pfiefle begins as trustee on hospital board

  With two meetings under his belt, Prairie Community Hospital Board Trustee Gary Pfiefle says he’s becoming familiar with the hospital’s surroundings and activities. 

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Local man cycles to benefit children’s CASA program

By Denise Hartsee
Yellowstone Newspapers

  Shan Fluss from the Terry area will be participating in the Sixth Annual Park-2-Park bike ride for abused and neglected children.

     The ride will include more than 35 riders who will be biking across Montana.
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Custer County girls win top spot in statewide anti-meth contest

 From Montana Meth Project

 
The Montana Meth Project announced the county and statewide winners of Paint the State - a statewide public art contest that leverages the creativity of Montana’s youth to communicate the risks of methamphetamine use.
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Gala raises funds for art center

Submitted by Bob van der Valk

  Over $10,000 was raised at this year’s gala dinner celebrating the opening of the Evelyn J. Cameron Heritage Theater.  The theme was “Windows to the Past” at the historic Rialto Theatre located on Laundre Ave. in Terry, which was appropriately decked out for the occasion.  The heat from the 100 degrees weather outside did not seem to faze the over 110 people attending the annual festivities now in its 10th year.

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School year welcomes new changes

Casey Klasna
  Terry Public Schools Superintendent Casey Klasna will be a familiar face to most students and parents.

Klasna and his wife Billie Jo came to Terry in 2005 when he began teaching history and  physical education classes. The family of five, which includes 5-year-old Rylee, 2-year-old Shaylee and 9-month-old Celee,  lives in Fallon.
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Sentencing of defendant takes place

  Roger Anton Sand, who was found guilty of three misdemeanor charges but let go on a felony DUI charge due to a hung jury during last month’s jury trial, faced sentencing earlier this month.

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