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IO SUNDAY, FEB. 24, 2019 SIDNEY HERALD Around our Greg Early childhood screening dates announced for schools in area The Prairie View a.m. For appointments, motor, gross motor and Special Services will be call 774-3333. concepts. conducting early child- Richey school districd Children entering hood screenings at the on March 27, from 2-3:30 kindergarten next fall following locations: pm. For appointments, will also be included in Rau/Brorson school call 773-5523. this screening and are 1 district on March 13, The purpose of the encouraged to attend. from 8:30-11 a.m. For ap- early childhood screen- Prairie View Special pointments, call 482-8725. ing is to identify those Services, Richland Coun- Savage school district children between the ty Health Department on March 13 from 1:30-4 ages of birth and 6 who and the Hi-Line Homes pm. For appointments, may need educational, Program will also take BILLVANDER WERE I SIDNEY HERALD call 776-2317. medical or other types of part in the screenings . . Fairview school dis- assistance for problems for Richland and Dawson trict on March 14, from that may not have been County schools. ‘ Star qm" Preseniahon 93? 5331- t? 1 deteCtetdt- Ageas 0f degel' Thegedscieehlhgf are Brockton’s Jacie Mikkelsen presented a starquilt in honor of Savage’s 50ch Rice during , pom en 3, ca . opmen o e screene provr e a no cos as a - ~ Lambert school district include vision, hearing, public service by each the Dam“ 2c “Skew” lounlamenl held Insldney' on March 27, from 8:30-11 speech-language, fine public school. BAND: COUPLE SAYS THEIALWAYS FEEL AT HOME Bill introduced to name ridge in memory of fallen heroes FROM PAGE I took separate vaations “I like socializing,” she U.S. Sens. Steve Daines and Jon Tes- visitors of their sacrifice.” Although they don’t to help keep the btlance. added. While Jason is a ter and Congressman Greg Gianforte “Dedicating this ridge to the crash have the “typical band “I went to New Yak.” little more about Playing reintroduced the B-47 Ridge Designa- victims honors the brave men ‘who lost mate drama” they do She sald- what he wants and leaves tion Act this week. The legislation their lives serving our country, and have to try to balance 71 went to DU111th the SOCialiZing to Wife honors Capt. Bill Faulconer, Lt. Fred keeps them in the memories of Men their marriage and per— M11111," Jason addel. He Kate. Hixenbaugh, Lt. David Sutton and Lt. tanans for generations,” Tester said. sonal life with the hand went 911 t0 explam that “It can be Challeng- Lloyd Sawyers all tragically lost their “These brave soldiers tragically lost aspect of things. he ehJPYS the ohtdeoh ing because we wear 80 lives in a plane crash 1962. their lives in service to our country,” “It’s nice though and hlklhg. Whllem Du- many hatS,” Kate said. “I am honored to once again intro- Gianforte said. “Naming this ridge in because we’re always at 111th, he and hls fljlehd‘ Between being married, duce this bill to name the unnamed their honor will remind us forever of home no matter where had the Opportunity to the band and running ridge off of Emigrant Peak “B-47 their legacy” we are,” said Jason. do some Wlhtel’ hlkmg- their own small business Ridge,” Daines said. “In 1962, Capt. Bill The bill names the unnamed ridge While it can be a dif- The duo sald they get it’s important to them Faulconer, Lt. Fred Hixenbaugh, Lt. off of Emigrant Peak in Park County ficult task to balance along really well because to find balance between David Sutton and Lt. Lloyd Sawyers where the crash occurred to “B-47 everything out and to they ha‘fe the same likes it all. lost their lives while serving our coun— Ridge” and allows the placement of a be together all the time anti dIShkeS “1 love Jason noted that they try. Naming this ridge in their memory memorial plaque at the site. with no time for them- being the front person,” produce their own videos will forever remind Montanans and selves, Kate noted they Kate said with a smile. as well. “We write and iroduce them all,” he slid. He went on to add tlat they typically play 25| shows each year, sonetimes playing mul- tiplt shows a day. They hotel that they have playtd more than 700 show:. Whie here they per- formet at the schools as well asat the Heritage center. They are also the entertainment for “Cel- ebratin; Chocolate” held at the Heritage Center on Saturdax Feb. 23. The jab. duo plays their interpretation of old schooliazz music. I “Jazz is abuut interpreta- tion,” JaSOI said. They change the toy to flow well with Kate’s vocals and Jason ch‘mges up the guitar arrangements and chords to nake it their own. ‘ r “Jazz is an art form,” he added. Theywent on to note that there are several genres 01- jazz. “People say they don’t like jazz because they don’t like Kenny 0, but there’s contemporary jazz, latin jazz, afro, cuban jazz; it’s a big category. When asked where they enjoy playing the most, Kate answered Montana.“’l‘he commu- nity here is just great and always so welcoming and supportive. It’s an interesting experience,” she said. While she enjoys play- ing in Montana: Jason said that he prefers play- ing in Austin, Texas. “It’s just always so much fun, people come out ready to listen and there’s just a vibrant energy. Plus, people think we must be famous since we’re playing in Austin,” he said laughing. . Kate noted that one of the things that makes them stand out and unique is that during shows she plays the melodica. “That’s not‘an instrument you see too often,” she said with a smile. Petrik earns honors at Concordia Concordia University of Mequon, Wis., has released its fall honors list for the 2018-2019 aca- demic year. To be eligible for the honor, students must achieve a minimum 3.60 GPA. The list includes Skylar Petrik, Sidney. He is a ju— nior majoring in finance. Founded in 1881, Con- cordia University offers more than 70 undergrad- uate majors and is affili- ated with The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. 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