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6A-Sunday, Jan. 12, 2003 Serving the MonDak area since 1908 WANTED GENERAL CONTRACTORS PHOTO BY DUANE NORBY Fairview's drill team performed during one of the halftimes during the Sidney Sug- ars/Gem City Shoot-out at Sidney High School Jan. 4. The dancers include, front from left, Aimee Norby, Camille Lebsock, Tammi Eldridge and Beth Datum; back, Stephanie Watts, Erica Browne, Malisa Christmann and Katie Finsaas. STATEMENT OF NON DISCRIMINATION Mid-Rivers Telephone Cooperative, Inc. is the recipient of federal finan- cial assistance from the Rural Utilities Service (RUS), an agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and is subject to the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended; and the rules and regulations of the U.S. Department of Agriculture which pro- vide that no person in the United States on the basis of race, color, nation- al origin, age or handicap shall be excluded from participation in, admission or access to, denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimi- nation under any of this orgianization's programs or activities. The person responsible for coordinating this organization's nondiscrimina- tion compliance efforts is Gerry Anderson, General Manager. Any individ- ual, or specific class of individuals, who feels that this organization has sub- jected them to discrimination may obtain further information about the statutes and regulations listed above from and/or file a written complaint ~with this organization; or the Secretary, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington DC 20250; or the Administrator, Rural Utilities Service, l Washington, DC 20250. Complaints must be filed within 180 days after the alleged discrimination. Confidentiality will be maintained to the extent pos- sible. Thank You I would like to thank the community of Sidney for its support and patronage during my employment with Omni Electronics. I look forward to continuing service in my new venture, Sincerely, Brian Volbrecht Hands-On Computer Services m HI I iiii .L_ , aa,uam, u ,an,j ,z.zr m; |W r, w.x,m i iii!iiii!!!i!!iiiii i ii i iiiiiiiiiiiiii ii iil iiiiiiiii!i iii I can help! Affordable, efficient, friendly service from A+ certified technician with over 17 years experience in computers, software and peripherals. "1 service what they sell!" Weight Loss Puzzles Doctors ATLANTA, CA-Doctors were sur- prised when two separate studies found that a natural dietary supple- ment could help cause significant weight loss. Although not conclusive, both stud- ies found that patients receiving the formula called Bio-Rex 3000~, lost more than twice: as~ much ~veight as those in a control group on the same fat reduced diet. Neither group was instructed to decrease the amount of food they ate or to increase their exer- cise levels. An article published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition says that you don't have to decrease the amount of food you eat to lose weight, provided that you limit the fat. According to a spokesperson for Phillips Gulf Corporation, the exclu- sive North American distributor of Bio-Rex 3000, the company is consid- ering additional studies in order to get federal approval to make pharmaceu- tical claims. Currently, weight loss claims for the Bio-Rex 3000 supple- ment are limited. However, with the requisite approval, the company could say that Bio-Re,x 3000 decreases sugar craving, increases metabolism and interferes with the body's ability to produce excess fat. Bio-Rex 3000 is currently available as a dietary supplement and plan in pharmacies and nutrition stores or by calling 1-800-729-8446. www.hcd- Bio-Rex 3000 is vaihble at: WHITE DRUG 402 East Main 482-1420 Author's Note: This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. Bio-Rex 3000 is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. 2000 PGC PAID ADVERTISEMENT Action for Eastern Montana is composing a list of general contractors who would be interested in bidding weatherization work in seventeen eastern Montana coun- ties for the Weatherization Program. Typical work includes attic, wall and founda. tion insulation; window and door repair and replacement; caulking and weather- stripping; miscellaneous carpentry measures to reduce heat loss; and repair and replacement of heating systems. ' ........ Weatherization work is now available throughout our seventeen eastern Montana county service area. Work will be awarded to the lowest, reasonable bidder who will enter into a construction agreement. Once work is inspected and approved; payments are processed by the Weatherization Staff in a timely manner. General contractors are required to fill out a information packet, provide liability insurance, contractor registration and must comply with Workers Compensation requirements as per State law or be exempt. proof of Information packets are available through: Weatherization Program Action For Eastern Montana 2030 North Merrill Box 1309 Glendive, MT 59330 Or for more information contact Gary Witsoe or Myrna Athas at 406-377-3564. ACTION FOR EASTERN MONTANA HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL base h; ' ] n( Montana's congressman, U S. Rep. Denny man, working through the appropriations pllhin Rehberg this week predicted a bright future for to see that we have the best facilities for hal Malmstrom Air Force Base." Rehberg said the Air and women "who are located at Malnxstro! Ca Force should return a flying wing to Malm trom in to be able to accomplish together." [Dei Great Falls. Force Base. There are a lot of things we areestr 'Malmstrom's got a tremendous future, and Considering a potential action againstl Cz what we need to do is convince the president, the Rehberg said it will be important to focus in administration and those within Congress that we on, the nations military. ,lltryl need a win again,' Rehberg said. 'We d like to see ' We were successful in the last session oiliays the runway used." Since its initial deployment during World War lI, Rehberg noted, Malmstrom has grown in impor- tance, both to the Air Force and to the local econ- omy. "When Sen. Burns was involved in military con- struction appropriations, we were able to begin the process of improving the infrastructure, and I would like to continue on with that as a congress- The legendary Chef continues her farewell tour with a stop at MetraPark in Billings. The 7:30 p.m. show on April 16, will be her only Montana performance. The opening act will be announced at a future date. Because of the anticipated interest in this event, all ticket locations will hand out colored, random numbered wristbands during regular business hours beginning Jan. 29. (There will be no overnight stays permitted on the MetraPark grounds.) On the first day of sale, people should return to the ticket outlet where they received their wristband. A random wristband number will be drawn and that person will be first in line. Those arriving to buy without a wristband may simply take a place at the end of the line. On the first day of sale only, there will be a sales limit of eight tick- ets per person. ,, Tickets for Cher in concert, ,presented by Bill trust returns again raising the pay of our active mili tte reserve and our guardsmen," Rehberg saidjtl~ they don t have good equipment, good fa good pay, we don t attract the best and the ll rta est, and I think we are now in the process ofjlrist fying that. We ve got good people, and so forward to a bright future for Malmstro reh Force Base." h -r-, m ]:a .~ tl tn~ 7 l ]ati Graham Presents/Clear Channel Entertain Iho are priced at $79.50 and $59.50 and will go dra at 10 a.m. Feb. 1 at the MetraPark Box well as the Rimrock Mall Customer Counter and the Alberta Bair Theater BoxI Sales by phone, fax, or mail will also begin],* (' a.m. Send checks, payable to MetraPark, ets, P.O. Box 2514, Billings, MT 59103. To by phone, call toll free 1-800-366-8538 or ,1 256-2422. Fax orders to 406- 256-2430. A form to print, complete, and fax is ava on the MetraPark Web site: www.metrapari where tickets may also be purchased online.: c convenience fees may apply. A limited numll ti seats are available for those with physical tions or special needs. Please mention these [C ordering a ticket. HELENA-The largest health financials reflected a $1.8 mil- benefits option available to lion dollar redt,'tion of the school districts in Montana has deficit, with continued progress announced a successful finan- expected in the present fiscal cial turnaround in fiscal year year. 2002. TheMontana Unified MUST was established in School Trust (MUST) informed 1981 to provide Montana school its members in 2001 of a $6.2 districts with a pooled health million deficit in its self-funded benefitS option. The trust now health insurance pool. represents more than 150 school As of June 30, 2002, the trust's districts statewide, including Work Guaranteed Quotes on Request 701-828-3044 Sorry, noboot Alexander, North Dakota or shoe repair. Sidney, Ran, and Savage. i . t ; L~ Fairview, The trustees "l sponsors of the program o] determined to ensure tM pool returned to a strong f 't cial condition and contintl ~ serve school districts throu Montana. ze In aggressive action to at ! the deficit, the trustees andl says of MUST brought art Clinch as CEO to faciliti e financial and cttstomer turnaround. Clinch said, "We focused our efforts around viding more informatio school districts about fueling their rate increas what each of us can do abo The trust is projected to re its deficit by over $3 milliot lays as of Jufae 2003. "This is an indication the is on greatly improved footing due in large part t0j rate increases and benefit tions endured by our mel districts,' Clinch said. ! Think Ahead. Think Support. Think Computers " . 'sta =ng at , Shop Online Get the machine you want at a price you can afford. Configure a machine that meets your needs. 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