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SUNDAY, FED. 3, 2019 Firefighter «A Adam Smith What inspired you to What’s the most chal- become a firefighter? lenging part of your job? I wanted to be involved in the community while Not knowing what to doing something active expect or what will hap- and being part of a team. pen at each call. Around town [M04 Froid'. Anyone with oil or gas The Rich and County commis- related uestions is welcome sioners are in their olliee to atten . from 9 a.m. to pm in the courthouse. Thursday, Feb. The Sidney City Council meets at The Sidney Kiwanis Club meets 6:30 pm at Ci Hall. at noon at the Elks Lodge. The Sidney Schoo Board holds committee meetings starting at , Feb. ll p.m. in the administration The Rich and County commis- building. sioners are in their office from 9 a.m. to pm. in the T , Fob. 5 courthouse. The Sidney School Board meets The Rich and County commis- at .m. at the administration sioners are in their office from 9 a.m. to pm. in the bull ing. courthouse. The Northeast Montana Land Thursday, Feb. 14 and Mineral Owners As- The Sidney Kiwanis Club meets sociation will meet at 2 pm. at noon at the Elks at the Community Center in What’s your most memorable moment and why? Yooper fire - largest and longest fire we’ve had since Ijoined the depart- ment. Senior meals Meals at the Sidney Senior Center are l l:30 a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays. Meals at the Fairview Senior Center are ll:30 a.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. Meals at the Savage Senior Center are at noon on Thurs- d s Moo 5 at the lambert Senior Cen ter are at noon on Tuesdays. Around Town W, The Herald's Around Town runs events a week in advance, so each calendar item submitted will appear at least twice (it submitted in time). Tester selects State of the Union guest 41 such cases in Mon- " "'1 V” tana. Act will give Native SIDNEY HEW) “It will be solved with American communi- - people working togeth- ties the resources they (118119;? gmtgge s enj’dTester said of the neeld to crack dgwn on - epi emic. v10 ence agams women €521: 3393:1133” He noted that he’s not and help survivors heal. ” the amount of missing just talking about the Tester explained that and murdered indig. Bureau of Indian Affairs , currently states can enous women in Mon_ and FDI, “but also work- apply for resources tana? You can tell by his ing With tribal councfls the Crimes selection for his State of across the state." Victims Fund directly, the Union guest. The senator noted but tribes have to go Tester will have Briana that it’s important to through the states. As a Lanib as his guest for make sure that there's result, these funds rarely the State of the Union enough trust so Native make their way to Indian address on Tuesday Americans can go to law Country According to Lamb is an advocate for enforcement. the Department of missing and murdered Tester remtroduced r Justice, Indian Country mammals women. She the Securing Urgent a received less than 0.5 fiét Tester at an Urban Recent-Malta Indian percent of; Crime Vic- ' Indian round tablé dis_ Victim Empowerment tims Funds between 2010 cussion last yeah I (SURVIVE) Act this and 2014. a can week. . through the Montana media this "For too long, criti- SURVIVE Act could help week Tester said he cal public safety re- tribes pay for surv1vors’ is hagmg Lamb as his sources have dried up shelter, medical care, guest to highlight the before making it, to counseling and legal as- epidemic. 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Premium Issues sdicduledforttiezo19rnondrs:March, release. “The SURVIVE state, I hear from fami- lies, young professionals, and seniors who tell me that our state lacks af- fordable housing. Later this spring. I am work-' ing to get the state,'feds, bankers, and housing ad- vocates together to start the process of working toward solutions to construct, restore, and . establish more afford- , able housing in every corner of our state.” Tester added, “We also have a lot of work to get done to lower the cost of health care in rural rebuildouraging infrastructure, invest in new broadband and hold the VA accountable as it implements the MIS- SION Act that we passed into law last year.” gummy/tare f cente SIDNEY HERALD More about Adam Smith Age: 32 Occupation: Public Works Director - Rich- land County Hometown: Sidney Family: Wife Sarah, daughter Reese and son Cohen. Hobbies: Fishing, golf— ing and spending time with family. “Louisville v: Winks £00.95 010:1“! Lol V BILL VANDER wrnr l SIDNEY HERALD Doug McCormick, left, and Shadd Cullinan are two of the new owners of the Ranger Lounge in Sidney. New owners at Ranger when he was alive that we were inter- ested if he ever wanted to sell.” He said they began discussions with Randy Severson a few months ago- Cullinan said each family member has a role in the business and he will be the one on site the most. “We think the Seversons did a great job. We would like to keep it the same,” Cullinan said. “If it’s not broke, you don’t want to fix it." He noted the Ranger will continue having its kitchen open on Monday through Saturday nights. Randy Sever— son will stay onto cook until the new owners can find a chef. Randy will even provide them with his great recipe for chicken fried steak. , Cullinan said prime rib is a favorite at the Stagecoach and he expects din- ers will also love it here. “We always sell out of prime rib,” he said. The Ranger will keep being involved with pool and dart leagues. “We hope to do some concerts over the summer and have some live bands,” Cullinan said. DY Blll. VANDER WEElE SIDNEY HERALD The new owners of the Ranger Lounge & Casino in Sidney have a solid history of running a quality establish- ment. After all, the family already successfully operates the Stagecoach Casino Bar and Grill in Culbertson. New owners include famiy members Shadd and Amanda Cullinan, Doug and Tammie McCormick and D.J. and Valli Hauge. Doug McCormick and Valli Hauge are already familiar faces in Sidney at the Sidney Tax Service. The Hauges are also known for coach- ing Culbertson’s girls basketball team. The change in ownership officially took place on Wednesday. The family has run the Stagecoach since the start of 2012. 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