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8A SUNDAY, FEB. 22, 2004 In our ereo New location for Curves BENIECE SCHWAB I SIDNEY HERALD Curves for Women, the 30-minute workout for women, has relocated from East Main to 205 N. Cenlml Ave., (B and B building) Sidney. The new location is better equipped with parking and it's a better use of space required for machines. There is also a private weigh-in station with other exercise equipment in an enclosed area. For more information, call 433-3363. Police beat Darren Matthew Bartelson, 19, Sidney, means possible and operating a vehi- intoxicating substances and was arrested Feb. 4 at 4 p.m. on de with out liability insurance. He was cited in city court. The juveniles virtue of a warrant issued out of located on the 100 block of Sixth released to their parents. Sidney City Court charging him with Street S.W. after his vehicle was spot- ted. Bond was set at $775. writing bad checks totaling $1t3. Bond was set at $300, and he was taken in front of the city judge. There was a report of a hit and run acci- dent on the 200 block of Second Street N.W. by the South 40, at 1:30 a.m. Feb. 7. After an investigation, officers located a vehicle fitting the description of the one involved in the accident and subsequently arrested Robert John Woitkidewicz, 23, Miles City. He was charged with failure to remain at the scene of an accident, failure to notify authorities by quickest The Sidney Law Enforcement Center received a call reporting a party in progress with minors and alcohol Feb. were were There was a report of a theft Feb. 15 from All Season Motor Sports in Sidney. Sometime between Feb. 8 13 at 9 p.m. Wayne Gregory Wick, 20, Sidney, along with two 18-year- taken was $67. old males from Savage, two 17-year- old males, one from Sidney the other from Savage, and a 16-year.old Sidney female were arrested after an officer discovered them with alcohol in an apartment on the 1,000 block of 17th Street S.W They were all charged with unlawful possession of and noon Feb. 15 someone stole parts of a snow mobile parked adjacent to the business. The total value of items There was a theft report in January from an employee in the community services building of someone breaking into a locked vehicle and stealing $235. On Feb. 12, James P. Jensen, 49, Sidney, was charged in connection with the theft and cited in city court. Court report The following individuals appeared in Sidney City Court: Minor in possession of alcohol- Colton James Buxbaum, 18, was fined $260 on Feb. i7. Minor in possession of alcohol- Michael Lunstad Jr., 18, was sentenced to 52 hours of community service at Savage School Feb. 18. The following individual appeared in Rich!and County Justice Court: Criminal trespass of property- Paul Hagler, 34, was fined $560 with $275 suspended and sentenced to six months in jail with all but five days suspended. IIY ALEXIS JO DYNNESON CLUB REPORT[R Brorson Farmhands 4-H Club held a meeting on Feb. 8 at the Peoples Congregational Church. After the meeting was called to order, members said pledges, roll call was taken and the treasur- er's and secretary's report was given. Impromptu speeches were given by Janelle Buxbaum, Kately Dynneson, Taylor Seater and Dillon Lunderby The subjects were fa- vorite subjects in school and favorite animal. After new and old business were discussed, the meeting was adjourned. Gillette Vaira was the club's guest speaker and she gave her speech that she did at state and national 4-H Congress. She told the club about h~.r trip to Atlanta, Ga., and shared her pictures and souvenirs she received from mem- bers from other states. Members then played games and had snacks to celebrate Valentine's Day Richland County Tavern association plans meeting for Wednesday The Richland County Tavern Association will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Waterhole in Fairview to make up for the meeting that was canceled because Of the blizzard. All member taverns are urged to attend, and others who wish to attend are welcome. *One-Year Subscription 105 E. Main • Sidney • Washers • Dishwashers • Dryers • Microwaves • Ranges • Televisions • Refrigerators • Windshield replacement • Rock chip repair • Window Tinting • Free pickup & delivery • Insurance approved • Loaner car provided • Side, back & vent glass Auto Gloss The auto glass experts! All major credit cards accepted. I 710 W. 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