For years I have wanted to go back to where as a child I grew up on a farm two miles west of Westmore.
A community celebration is being held for Lily Engelbright who will be celebrating her 100th birthday.
Owners of the new Powder River Meat Company Tamara and Travis Choat
and partner Tanner Carpenter will host an open house Friday, May 31 from
noon to 5 p.m. Also pictured is the Choat’s 11-month old daughter Karity.
Bridge card players are pictured clockwise from top left: Lucille Covert,
Jan Just, Ruth Lekse, Winnie Harmel; Table two: Darlane Pisk, Linda Strasheim,
Linda Koehler and Dorcas Lee.
By Kay Johnson
The Prairie Community Hospital Foundation is planning a “Fall Fun 4 All” fundraising event Saturday, Sept 29 at the Prairie County Fairgrounds. The event will begin immediately following the Terrier home football game and will include a wine raffle, open and silent auctions, as well as kids carnival games and cornhole competition.
Published September 26, 2012
The lineup of teachers for the new year at Terry Schools experienced
several changes. They include, pictured from top to bottom, Stephanie Holt,
Elizabeth Hanneman and Jessica Gregory. Holt is teaching high school math
classes, including Algebra I, Geometry, Advanced Math and Calculus, as well
as 7th grade math. Hanneman is heading up elementary physical education
classes as well as teaching computer technology, accounting, business law
Kenny McGrady shares his musical talent during Wednesday's Alive After Five.
Terry’s Wednesday night last week was a little livelier with the addition of live music offered by band members Greg Klevguard, John Epperson, Kenny McGrady, Jason Smith and sons Austin and Levi. Although the band won’t be performing every Wednesday during “Alive After Five,” they are expected to make future appearances.