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State legislators will participate in Terry call-in meeting

  The public is invited to attend a teleconference session with local state lawmakers at the Prairie County Grazing District office, Friday, March 13 at noon. 

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Local officials raise questions on statewide radio project

 By Kay Braddock

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Hospital begins search for new administrator

By Kay Braddock

  Prairie Community Hospital trustees met Tuesday evening with Scott Duke, CEO of the Glendive Medical Center to discuss the upcoming hiring procedure the hospital will take to replace out-going PCH administrator Reed Reyman. 

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Ex-Pine Hills officer sentenced for child porn

By Elaine Forman      

     MILES CITY - A former Pine Hills Youth Correctional Facility officer was sentenced to 60 months in prison, $100 and seven years of supervision for receiving child pornography.

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Miles Community College to host 3-day energy summit

 

By Tracey Laqua

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Two teens charged for allegedly scaring boy

By Elaine Forman

      MILES CITY - Two teen-aged boys are being charged in connection with the Feb. 9 case in which a 10-year-old Garfield School student walking near the school allegedly was stopped by two teens in a vehicle and offered a brownie, according to Miles City Police Department reports.

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State, federal equine slaughter bills attract interest

      GLENDIVE - A bill related to horse slaughter was heard by a packed house in the state legislature last week and Rep. Dennis Getz said it seems to have widespread support.

     “My general impression is that it will pass the house,” he said. “I will vote for the bill.”

 

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Miles City mayor tapped by Gov. for DEQ board

 

      MILES CITY - Miles City Mayor Joe Whalen was appointed by Gov. Brian Schweitzer to the Montana Board of Environmental Review.

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Tribune launches new website

  The new Terry Tribune Web site is up and running, highlighting area news, features and guest columns among other items. The site, created by B & D Web Design of Miles City, became operational last week. 

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Locals ask questions on proposed pipeline

  Between 40 and 50 area residents attended a public scoping meeting Tuesday evening to discuss their concerns regarding TransCanada’s proposed Keystone XL pipeline project. The 1,980-mile project of 36-inch pipeline, which would run through portions of six Montana counties, including 21 miles in Prairie County, is scheduled to begin construction in 2010. 

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