The 2015 Prairie County Fair has an exciting mixture of entertaining events and attractions for fairgoers August 7th through 9th.
The annual Tri-County Weed Tour will take place on Friday, July 24th beginning at 2:00 p.m. The tour will begin at the Tri-County Sign which is located near Christine Keltner's place, about 20 miles southeast of Fallon on Cabin Creek Road.
Friday Match Bronc Ride, Yippee Run, Corn Toss, Artist Quick Draw, Dance & More!
Yippee! It’s that time of year again - Terry’s annual Yippee Days celebration. Holding on to tradition, the day is set for the last Saturday in July, which falls on July 25 this year. The Chamber of Commerce has a lineup of events for young and old scheduled to fill the day.
New this year – sign up for Saturday’s ATV/Lawn Tractor Pull & ATV/Motorcycle Rodeo
An exciting mixture of favorite traditional events and new events are planned for fairgoers August 7 through 9 at the Prairie County Fair in Terry, Montana.
Meet Leon “Pizrick” Gothard.
Pictured on the left is “Pizrick” and Alice Gothard
“Ours was a Military Police Detachment so we didn’t get all the fancies,” said Leon “Pizrick” Gothard, of his military service, “We didn’t get a combat infantry medal even though you served right alongside the infantry.”
Prairie County Fairgrounds, Terry, MT - July 4, 2015
Prairie County Celebrates its Centennial on the Fourth of July
The Prairie County Centennial Planning Committee is having a Best-of-Show Bike Contest during the Fourth of July Centennial Celebration activities at the Prairie County Fairgrounds.
Adults and children who have bicycles, unicycles, tandem bicycles or kids pedal-powered or motorized vehicles, are encouraged to compete by decorating them. There is no theme for this contest.
Streets and yards in Terry were flooded during Friday night’s storm. While the storm dumped 2 to 3 inches of rain in the Glendive area, Terry received 5 inches. Photo courtesy of Michelle Lockwood The storm Friday night brought massive rainfall to the Glendive area with hail and flooding affecting nearby counties. Grant Hicks, meteorologist with the National Weather Service Forecast Office in
Staff members from Living Independently for Tomorrow (LIFTT) will be the featured speakers at the Prairie County congregate meal on Tuesday, May 19.
Based in Billings, and serving 18 counties in Eastern Montana including Prairie County, LIFTT provides advocacy and resource services to people of all ages and all kinds of disabilities. The goal of LIFTT’s services is to provide people with disabilities in our service area with the tools necessary to be able to live free, independent and productive lives within their own homes and communities.