From Montana Meth Project
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.
Terry Public Schools Superintendent Casey Klasna will be a familiar face to most students and parents.
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.
The success of the Prairie County Fair’s talent show came as no surprise to organizers, according to County Extension Agent and Fair Manager Sharla Sackman.
ISE (International Student Exchange) is a non profit organization founded in 1982 and has been granted a listing with the CSIET (Council on Standards for International Educational Travel) for every year of operation since its inception. It is fully compliant with all DOS regulations.
The 2010 Prairie County Fair has an exciting mixture of favorite traditional events and new attractions for fairgoers August 5th through 8th.
By Kay Braddock
Terry School board members voted 4-1 to hire Casey Klasna as the school’s superintendent for the 2010-11 school year. Klasna has worked in the school district as the junior high and high school history teacher, along with teaching physical education for the past five years. Last year Klasna served as the school’s athletic director.
On July 13 members of the Prairie Benefits, the local Community Foundation serving Prairie County, painted eight of the concession buildings at the Prairie County Fairgrounds.
By Kay Braddock
There wasn’t enough evidence to convict Roger Anton Sand of his seventh DUI, according to one member of the jury In Prairie County who spoke to the Tribune on the condition of anonymity.
After three hours of deliberation the jury found the 56-year-old Billings man guilty of all three misdemeanor charges but remained deadlocked on the felony DUI count.