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HeraU-Leader Serving the MonDak area since 1908 ,Sunday, PHOTO BY BILL VANDER WEELE Sidney Kiwanis Club President Scott Johnson, right, presents blankets of love to local enforcement officers, from left, Richland County Sheriff Brad Baisch, Sidney Chief of Police Frank DiFonzo and Montana highway patrol officer Mike Downs. The blankets will be used in squad cars. Kiwanis club member Jerry Hughes was the coordinator of the local project. Activities FCLLA President, Student Council Vice-President, school newspaper, 4-H, Lutherlights, National Honor Society, math club, annual staff, cheerleading, drill team, band and choir. Interests Spending time with my friends & family Tammi Eldridge Eut, Senior at Attending NDSU Fargo in Fairview High School the fall of 2003 to major in Parents: interior design & architecture. Paul & Joan Eldridge This ad is sponsored by FIRST SECURITY BANK-WEST :JL - Formerly Fairview Bank The MonDak Humane i Society introduces ...... Bear and her four, &week-old puppies. Bear a stray that wondered into a yard and gave birth to 4 pups. We are not sure as to what they are mixed with, but all are loving and friendly. There are 3 male pups, 1 female and of course, Bear the mo~ who need new homes. If you can give Bear or one of her pups a new and loving home, please call and leave a message at 1-406-433-PETS. We'//return your ca//and help to arrange a meeting. You a!so:::email us at , ~i~ii!::~ FoR~pTION: '1% ,~onth-old/!~ ~:.ned. size i:i!::;::i;:: *2 year old Bo~r C~iiiiiiii: Tortishe/Lcat .,: .~..( :.., .:~:ii. ....... area don; The Williston City Commission gave their a new four-court public tennis approval of $50,000 in STAR Fund Community arboretum (a tree-covered area withi Enhancement/Marketing funds to 13 projects at its ary) on the current vacant lot at meeting Tuesday. and 2nd Avenue S.E. in The Community Enhancement/Marketing por- City of Sidney. Total proj tion of the STAR Fund is intended to "enhance the Provide solar lighting and quality of life in our trade region and to make our Bridge & Cartwright Tunnel communities more enjoyable to live in," says Funding will help with the costs Mayor Ward Koeser. "These funds are an invest- Americore crews installin ment in our future and support the organizations and inside the tunnel to make that are working to make our communities a better accessible to those place to live." also be installing solar lights on Some projects include: way, to extend the visitor day. The Sunrise City Tennis Courts & Arboretum of the Fairview Bridge. Total Project in Sidney ($3,000). For the construction of $6,150. Po ic e eat Unlawful possession year-old male were arrested Feb. 6 Law enforcement officials responded to a noisy 100 block of 4th Street S.E. and house report Feb. 8 at 12:45 a.m. Following their session of an intoxic: substaneO arrival, officers conducted an investigation and age 21. The 17-year-old male was ultimately arrested Braxton R. Brown, 19, Sidney, with driving while and charged him with unlawful possession of an icating substance and operating a intoxicating substance while under age 21 and without liability insurance, which endangering the welfare of a child. Brown was the juvenile failed to comply with incarcerated and bond was set at $690. One 16- driving in an erratic manner and year-old male was charged with unlawful posses- ety tests. The juvenile was cited into sion of an intoxicating substance under age 21 as Court and released. Dehner was well. Officials will conduct further investigation, Sidney City Court and at which time additional charges may or may not nizance. be added. Issuing bad checks Theft Fairview Police arrested Devin On Feb. 2, residents in the 200 block of 2nd Fairview, Feb. 11 around 9 p.m. b) Avenue N.E. reported the theft of a surround sound rant out of Sidney City Court stereo and RCA 36-inch television. The crime checks. Bond was set at $275. allegedly took place between 10 p.m. Feb. 2 and bond and was released. noon on Feb. 3. The report was received on Feb. 4. On Feb. 12, Jason Rehbein. 20, There were no signs of forced entry. Value of the arrested by virtue of a Sidney . items was reported at $1,250. for issuing bad checks. He was Unlawful possession and driving while under Richland County Law the influence Rehbein posted a $200 bond and was Nicholle Lenette Dehner, 19, Sidney, and a 17- erl 's re ort Felony and misdemeanor warrants On Feb. 2 at 4:30 p.m. the Law Enforcement Center received a report of a careless driver on the highway from Fairview. A sheriff's deputy located and stopped the vehicle. The driver identified him- self as Jered Ott. The officer was going to request bond so Ott was transported to the Law Enforce- ment Center. After arrival, Ott confessed his true identity to be Richard Isom, 19, Williston. Officers found two outstanding Dawson County misdemeanor bench warrants and one felony warrant out of Williams County charging him with possession of drug paraphernalia, a class C felony. IsomV with driving with suspended insurance and obstructing a police transferred to Dawson County extradited back to Williams charges. Driving while On Feb. 3 at 2 a.m. a sheriff's vehicle in a Josh D. King, 24, Sidney, was ported to the Richland County Center where he was charged under the influence of an 'q '4 i" '! !, ~4 'O i, t~ e~ = 0~ w~ ~e e w i: Community Involvemen,, il II' for sponsoring Mrs. Keenan's class at Central Intermediate o urt The following individuals appeared in Sidney City Court: Braxton Richard Brown, 19, Sidney, was charged with possession of alcohol while the age of 18 years or over on Feb. 8. Brown plead guilty on Feb. 11 and was fined $150. Nicholle Lenette Dehner, 19, Sidney, was charged with possession of alcohol while the age of 18 years or over on Feb. 6. Dehner plead guilty on Feb. 6 and was fined $150. The following individual appeared in Rich- land County Justice Court: Jonathan Gonzalo Castro, 23, Sidney, was charged with operating a motor vehicle without liability protection in effect or failure to carry proof of insurance on Jan. 9. Castro plead guilty on Feb. 6 and was fined $380. Other conditions of the sentence included loss of license plates and regis- tration for 90 days. The following individual appeared in Mon- tana Seventh Judicial District Court: Danielle Roxanne Callen had her suspended report sentence revoked on Jan. 28. allegations of violation contained for revocation of suspended 16, 2002. With the petition for Callen was committed to the rections for 30 months. Callen was given credit for 18 tion and had the remaining 30 viously imposed four-year sentence five-year sentence also previously suspended was continued with the dition of probation that County for the cost of She was flso given credit for served in custody. The court also recommended screened for the Intensive the Montana State Women's was further recommended that she for placement in the cognitive restructuring, anger management programs by (a Andrea of Mitchell's Oil Field Service provides each student in Mrs. Keenan's class at Central Intermediate S.chool with a Wednesday edition of the Sidney Herald-Leader. can sponsor a class! For more information contact N.I.E. Coordinator Deniece Schwab. - DATE - Saturday, March 1, 2003 - TIME - 2 Sessions at 9:00AM and 1 - PLACE - Foundation for Community Care Located at 221 2nd St NW Sidney, 310 2nd Ave. NE, Sidney 482-2403 (Ball 488=2510 to Re Registration Deadline: February