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2 SUNDAY, JAN. 13, 2019 Sunday, Jan. 13 The St. Matthew’s Youth Group is selling three types of 12inch homemade pizzas at $10 each along with Redneck Brats available in an 8- pound case, choose from 4 flavors for only $48. Cases contain three cks of sausages for a iota of 24 links per case. Orders are due by Jan. 13 at St. Matthew's Parish Center Office. Pick up on Superbowl Sunday, Feb. 3, between 10:30 am to noon at the St. Matthew’s Parish Center, Sidney. Please place an order today by calling Mary Quiroz at 433-2510. First Lutheran Church of Savage will hold its annual lutefisk and meatball dinner from noon to 3:30 p.m. Prices are $15 for adults, $5 for children 12 years or under. The Moose lodge will have breakfast from am to noon. Bingo will start at 1 p.m.‘ Tuesday, Jan. 15 A City/County Planning Board meeting is scheduled for p.m. at the Richland County Nutter Building Meeting Room located at 123 W Main St. in Sidney. To obtain a copy of the Plannin Board agenda or for more information, please contact the Richland County Planner Office at (406) 433- 6886. Thursday, Jan. 17 The Sidney Kiwanis Club meets at noon at the Elks Lodge. Sunday, Jan. 20 Cheryl and Jim Lingenfelter will perform a concert starting at p.m. (central time) at the Con- Dollars for Scholars plans The Sidney Area Dol- Lars for Scholars board wants to extend a huge thank you to the com- munity for its generous support shown during the 2018 phonathon. Last January, the high school students spent two nights calling the. community for financial round tow fluence Center. They sing faith, family and freedom music. Monday, Jan. 21 The Sidney Chamber ban uet will take place at the Ric land County Fair Event Center at p.m. Webb Brown, President and CEO of the Montana Chamber of Commerce will be a featured guest speaker at the event. Tickets are $40 and are available through the Chamber of Commerce website or by stopping by the Chamber. The Richland County commis- sioners are in their office from em. to p.m. in the courthouse. Tuesday, Jan. 22 The Richland County commis- sioners are in their office from am. to p.m. in the courthouse. The Sidney City Council meets at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall. Red Cross will hold a community blood drive from 12:30 p.m. to 6 .m. at St. Matthew's Paris Center. Walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are strongly recommended. To make an appointment, call Red Cross at 406-403—0956 or visit redcrossbloodorg. Thursday, Jan. 24 The Richland Red Hatters will meet for lunch at 1 1:30 am. at the Sidney Country Club. RSVP by Jan. 22 by calling Syl via, 798-3882, or Margaret, 4884613. The Sidney Kiwanis Club meets at noon at the Elks Lodge. Mond , Jan. 28 The Rich and County commis- sioners are in their office support for the scholar- ship fund for graduating seniors. Officials are proud to announce that they have collected $15,440 which allowed them to offer 29 scholarships to the class of 2018. The, vision the found. . ers in 1992 had in . Info center from am. to 5 p.m. in the courthouse. Thursday, Jan. 31 I, The Richland County commis- sioners are in their office from am. to p.m. in the courthouse. The Sidney Kiwanis Club meets at noon at the Elks Lodge. Senior meals Meals at the Sidney Senior Center are 1 1:30 am. on Tuesdays and Fridays. Meals at the Fairview Senior Center are 11:30 am. on Mondays and Wednesdays. Meals at the Savage Senior Center are at noon on Thurs- da 5. Mea s at the Lambert Senior Center are at noon on Tues days. Around Town The Herald’s Around Town runs events a week in advance, so each calendar item submitted will appear at least twice (if submitted in time). Deadlines are Monday at noon for the Wednesday issue and Thursday at noon for Sunday. All items should include a brief description of the event, date and time, location, admission fees or charges (if applicable) and a person to contact for additional information. Items should be turned into the Herald office submitted through our Community Calendar on the Herald web- site at www.5idneyherald. corn or faxed to 406-433- 7802. phonathon forming this Chapter of Dollars for Scholars is now being realized and is benefiting Sidney High School graduates. The 2019 phonathon is on Jan. 14-15 from 5-8 p.m. The Sidney High School National Honor Society is organizing this event. Rehbein selected topresident’s honor roll 1 Outstanding academic work during the 2018 fall semester has earned list- ings on the president’s honor roll for students at East Central University The list includes Rain Rehbein of Lambert. for students who earn A’s in all of their courses for a perfect 4.0 grade- point average. At least 12 credit hours must be completed successfully during the semester to be included on the president’s honor roll. The president’s honor roll is reserved Area students earn honors at Dickinson State ' At the end of each regular semester, Dickin- son State University rec- ognizes those students named to the president’s list. Eligible students must be enrolled full-time and have a minimum semes- ter grade-point average l‘ of 3.9 or higher. The following area stu- dents have been named to Dickinson State Uni- versity’s president’s list for the 2018 fall semester: Paxton Miller of Sav- age and Alec Lovegren of Sidney. At the end of each re semester, Dickin- son State University rec- Dishon receives honor at college Great Falls College MSU is proud to rec- ognize 194 students as members of the dean’s list for the fall 2018 semester. . 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For each premium Issue, r account balance will be char ed an period when the section publishes This will result in shortening the of ad Premium issues scheduled for the 2019 months: March, May, August, Mather, 2019. These ents are selected each academic semester. To be recognized for the dean’s list, a student must complete 12 credit hours during the semester and maintain a semester grade point average of 3.5 or above. © 2019 Sidney Herald, a Wick Communications Company All uhts reserved. ognizes those students named to the dean’s list. Eligible students must be enrolled full-time and must earn at 3.5 GPA or higher: The following area stu- dents have been named to Dickinson State Uni- versity’s dean’s list for a the 2018 fall semester: Chris Gartner, Sidney, Trace Jones, Sidne Gresh Jones, Sidne¥, and Jace Johnson, Sidney. Ceremony SIDNEY HERALD BILL VANDER WEELE ) SIDNEY HERALD Richland County Sheriff John Dynneson swears deputies Jordan Nesper, left, and Mike Waters into office during a ceremony last week. Sidney Shopko to close pharmacy, transfer prescrip BY NICOLE lUCINA SIDNEY HERALD It was announced on Tuesday that the Sidney Shopko will be closing its pharmacy and transfer- ring all prescriptions to White Drug. The transfer will be effective on Jan. 22. In a press release from White Drug, it stated, “Thrifty White Pharma- cy is pleased to announce that it will be purchas- ing the prescription files from the Shopko Hometown Pharmacy in Sidney. We are very excited to have the op- portunity to continue to serve Shopko Hometown Pharmacy patients and carry on our mission of being ‘Committed to Health Outcomes’ in Sidney.” Vice President of Personnel Dave Reuter at White Drug said, “Let- ters were sent out to all the Shopko patients and should have been arriv- ing the past few days.” He noted that post- ers would be put up at Shopko with informa- tion such as location and phone number to White Drug. Phone calls to the pharmacy at Shopko will be automatically trans- ferred to the White Drug pharmacy. BILL VANDER WEELE SIDNEY HERALD The White Drug pharmacy will handle the prescriptions from Shopko. Reuter said, “We’ve been able to and have worked closely with Shopko. All records, history, and prescrip- tions have already been put into White Drugs computers.” Shopko Pharmacy will close at 4 p.m. on Jan. 21. All prescriptions will be available to be filled and picked up at White Drug Pharmacy on Tuesday morning. White Drug is located at 402 East Main. They are open Monday through Friday from 9 am. to 6 p.m. The pharmacy phone number is 406-482-1420. It was noted in the press re- lease that “All prescrip- tion records from the Shopko Hometown Phar- macy will be available to our pharmacists in all other Thrifty White and White Drug stores, if , you need a prescription while traveling.” “Thrifty White Phar- macy offers a wide variety of services to help keep our patients healthy. With our Medi- cation Synchronization Program, we can ar- range to have all of your monthly maintenance prescriptions filled and ready for you to pick up on one day each month." It was noted in the press release that studies have found that by hav- ing all of your prescrip- tions filled at one time each month can improve medication adherence. it can also lower your total medical costs. Thrifty White Drug also provides mail out service for customer’s prescriptions and are able to fill most specialty medications. Shopko stores to remain open in Sidney BY Blll VANDER WEELE SIDNEY HERALD Despite some concerns by area residents, it ap- pears that both Shopko stores are going to re- main open in Sidney. “To my knowledge, the Sidney stores are not closing,” Michelle Han- Have something I new to insure? ' Michele Home, Agent 216 S Central Avenue Suite B Sidney, MT 59270 Bus: 4064882400 michele©herresinsurancecom Please stop by and say, “Hi!” I'm looking forward to serving your needs for insurance and financial services. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there.0 CALL ME TODAY. &StateFarm“" lmlolii.) State Fm, Home Otfice. Bloomington. IL sen, Shopko’s manager of public relations and Shopko Foundation, told the Herald on Thursday morning: In early December; Shopko announced its plans to close 39 stores across the country. The list of stores included the one in Plentywood. Stores in North Dakota scheduled to close are the ones in Stanley, Lis- bon, Cakes and Mayville. 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