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School’s loss displayed in tributes

By Kay Braddock 

 
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Keith Gumm

Hospital streamlines payment method

         In an ongoing effort to provide a high level of professional care and keep treatment costs at a minimum, Prairie Community Hospital (PCH) will begin implementing payment at the time of service for all services at Prairie County Clinic beginning May 1, 2010.  

Payment will be due prior to services rendered for any amount not covered by insurance, including co-pays, co-insurance, deductibles and self pay. This EXCLUDES Medicare patients who have secondary coverage.
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Officials point out no legal access exists in to Terry Badlands

By Kay Braddock

         A prickly situation may just have gotten a little pricklier, as legal access to the Terry Badlands appears to be non-existent. 
That conclusion, drawn during a nearly hour-and-a-half meeting between Prairie County Commissioners and members of the Prairie County Planning Board, led officials from both groups to weigh their options on how best to address the issue.
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Scenic View Road

Halfway point reached in transcription of ‘a worthy life’

 

Photo and Story By Amanda Breitbach Ragsdale

Yellowstone Newspapers   

        Two years in to a project that once seemed insurmountable, Wynona Breen is celebrating having nearly reached the halfway point in her transcription of the Evelyn Cameron diaries.

The diaries cover a span of 35 years in Cameron's life, from 1893-1928.
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Relay for Life walk to be held in Terry

 By Megan Olson
Prairie County Health Dept.
 

         Prairie County walkers go around the clock in the battle against cancer during the first ever Terry Mini-Relay Relay For Life. This celebration of life brings together numerous groups and individuals concerned about cancer in a unified effort to fight back.

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April Fool’s prank draws attention

By Kay Braddock    

        What began as a seemingly insignificant March 26 press release would eventually develop into the chatter that only a small town can effectively produce – or appreciate.

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Bob van der Valk poses with the metal prairie dog statue. Submitted Photo

Local memoir authors share ways to bring personal history to life

 By Kay Braddock

        When Milly Ross sat down to write her memoir she would later recall the primary motivation propelling the project.

“I did it for my girls,” Ross shared. “I just didn’t think they knew the circumstances of when I was growing up.”
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A Love for Elsie

 Author recalls steps to building a memoir

By Kay Braddock

        When Karen Stevenson agreed to write the memoir of Elsie Fox neither woman knew definitively the project’s destination – or, for that matter, the twists and turns the two would ride through in the subsequent three years. 

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Workshop will help discover the color of your personality

 From Prairie County MSU Extension Office

        Tara Andrews, Custer County Extension Agent will present “Real Colors”, a program that helps you to quickly identify your own temperament or “color” and that of others, on April 26th at 2:00 p.m. at the Prairie County Courthouse.

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American Legion to meet in Terry April 18

        Timothy Rittal, commander of American Legion Post #32 in Terry said today about 75 Legionnaires and members of the Auxiliary are expected to attend the spring meeting of District No. 10 on Sunday, April 18, 2010.
Rittal said there are about 900 Legionnaires in district No. 10. Posts are located in Miles City, Sidney, Glendive, Circle, Terry, Baker, Forsyth, Ekalaka, Richey, Lame Deer, Fairview and Broadus.
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