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gt-lELTk’ ‘N WA $5.;8 4—21“: Il-'Ih'lllh-h"Il'l‘h'll‘hn LQVE $11532? - pages 9, 10A GKYKG fitfiflfi - page 4A Chek out our specialflsection! . Published tor nian Comty . SUNDAY, FEB. 3, 2019 MOTH YEAR, No. to ~ SIDNEY, MONTANA ~ WWW.SIDNEYHERALD.COM ~ $1 Old Crow sentenced for vehicular homicide Kindergarten ' For Staffing purposes I or an worm wen: caused a head-on collision near and to prepare materials SIDNEYHERALB Savage- I for the upcoming school . . . . According to court d0011~ _\ ~ yeah Sidney school Of_ District Judge Katherine merits, Old Crow told police he‘g ficia‘ls are asking any Bidegaray rejected the plea was in Miles City fonjob trainx future kindergartener agreement and provmea .3 mg. He said he had a Couple students to please regis_ stiffer sentence for a vehicular of drinks before teat, mg Miles ter at Central School. homlmde (3339 0“ “19de City. He was driving north on Any child who turns Kasey Eugene Reese 01d Montana 16 when he pulled off before March 1) is eligible CFOW, 30: Was sentenced to 30 the highway onto a county road for the K2 (full—day) Years: Wlth 25 Years suspend“: to urinate. After that, he said program. Any child who Wm} the Montana Department he STODDBd for the Stop Sign and turns 5 on or after March ot Corrections. lie was also or— signaled to make a right tum 1, will be eligible for Ge_ dered to pay restitution of more He said the vehicle he was art“ ~ sell testing to determine the“? $145.00 to the famlly Of mg drifted into the OPPOSing placement in Ki (hall1 “can? Shlrley M- Grandlund lane of traffic. A can of Mike’s day) or K2 (funday) ac_ During his change of plea Hard Lemonade was found in cording to district policy hearing, Old Crow admitted to the vehicle. I v Children that turn 5 hzzl‘vmg a blow 1.1160110} Conlem “The 30 years is the maximum , . WW0“ W“ l 5'0"“ “mm after Sept. 10, are not 01 0:164 when hls Vehlcle hlt the for this Charge," Bidegaray said District Judge Katherine Brdegaray explains to Kasey Eugene Reese Old eligible for k mam-game” V§h1C1€ (31‘ 1V9“ by Grandlund; during the sentencing. Crow why she roiects the plea agreement during Tuesday's sentencing Please bring a copy of Who was 68 Years “Id at the “me The luang 1’10th that The hearing. the child’s certified birth Of her death- Department 01' Corrections will _ certificate and a current Old Crow was accused of force Old Crow to complete 3 She didn’t order a line “A precious life was lost,” immunization record, negligently makes a “flde turn program and that. will result in because she wants all of Qld Bidegaray said. “Nothing I can You may can Jen at or negligently drivmg in the safety for the public, Crow’s resources for paying SEE SENTENCE PAGE Central S‘choot at 406433- opposmg lane of traffic which . restitution to the family. 4080 with any questions. 0 p ' . alienate: Award \llllnl'lell North to are available. Cost is $4 per box. If a Girl Scout doesn’t contact you, call Locologriculture research leader receives regional honor Close May l2 Baseball re istration The Richlagd County BY NKOLE lUCINA Baseball Program will be H mm mm“ SlDNEY HERALD holding registration for “0”” “Em With Shopko stores all levels on Feb. 18, and Director of the Eastern Agm- closing nation wide, the Sidney community 1-9»f1”0m 5130‘7 11m Sign culture Research Center, Chengci expressed hope that both “US W111 take Place at the Chen, was recently awarded with new Sidney Fire Hall. the Northern pulse Growers Re. of its stores would stay COStS for Ba“ (4“6) searcher Excellence Award. Open ‘ and Coach Pitch (78) This award is only given to . It was announced on level are 3350- MinOI'S (9' those who have put an extraordi— WadnESday that the north Shopko store has recently been added to thelist of . stores that are closing; 19) and M33917 5 (“'12) is nary amount of time and effort 3 “:9 With ‘1 330 (191305“ Eh?“ into prmnoting and supporting Will be returned once fan the pulse indhstry booth shifts have been Chen said, “I was kind of In a press release sent complet to the Herald by Michelle ; (1345) is Hansen, manager of pub- returner lic relations for Shopko, tion of f . V . .V p ‘ states. “Throughout Legion 13 :5on With own Herald it state‘SyChen has-hen . ." conversations with the returned upon comple— . formed variety trials across the Potential buyers, It has become clear that it is in our best interest to oper- ate with a significantly smaller store footprint.” HO“ Ol- fa‘r boom Shifls- state for many years and has been Only One “depOSfi” Will ' conducting onrt‘ram trials directly be necessary per family ~' on growers landuHe has done ' research on genetic and environ- Hunter education mentat ffect on 93 M m- . Hansen said the Shopko The hunter education tein angresisstantpstagéh as}? has ‘ \ WWW “W "W South store remains open Classroom €011.17 88’ r me been 131113133th in the Agronomy Chongci Chan shows the Northern Pulse Growers Researcher Excellence and IS 0,11 the “GO F0!" for all ages, Will have Journal.” A rd ward list. its Ol‘iemafion/Walk'in Chen has worked for MSU since . wu ' . ' . \ 0n Wednede ShODko registration at 5 pm on 2002’ beginning in Moccasin importantthlng to do. Along With He added that we are number announced an addi. Feb. 11., at the Extension. When hé first started, Montana that, he said that find mg a crop— one in the nation for pulse crops tional 139 stores that are office, Participants must had 50.000 acres of pulse crops: He ping system 15 also important. With North Dakota hemg second closing. They Wm also attend orientation and all is pleased that the State now has a “Not one Varlety grows In every angWaShmgtOn bemg ihlrd- be relocating about 50 classes. Class schedule is million acres of pulse crops. He,s spot, Chen said. He went on to ‘ l m honored that my work was Optical centers in closing Feb, 19-22 from 69 pm. been working with peas. lentils, add that a good rotation is key to recognized, ' Chen said. flt’s exmt- stores to a new freestand- and from 3 a,m_yto 2 pm chickpeas and ed 1b] 3 grams. haying good crops. Finding crops mg to be recognized ,by producers , on Feb. 23. For more in He said that testing is the most that can be rotated each year is because that 5 who I m working 55: SHOPon mg 515 formation, contact Larry very beneficial to growers. here for." Christensen; 489-0589, Ron‘Sorens n, 438-7664, . m h [d I I . '"QSVWS °” Farrvrew Chamber awards . Drilling rig count ~ know about: The Fairview Com— Marlene Emly re— munity Foundation ceived the award from received the award from the festival committee. the ministerial associa— She was described as an tion. Pastor Kelly Sloan unsung hero for prepar- noted the group’s com- ing the meal each year. mitment to the commu- Presentere Marion Kittie- nity including working son said, “We appreciate on the hoop fest, festival her a ton.” of trees, trick or treat . . Source: Rocky Mountain Oil Journal sponsored by in the park and a sand volleyball court. The , fo’un dation. gives four \ scholarships and donates . to the Warrior After School Program and the nounkmwuhuHuman Rosemary Weber was presented the award from . . . .. W- the .F an" 19W 331001: Su‘ a ‘ moron were ; soon HERALD Randal Baxter, 78 t . permtendent Luke Kicker ‘ la" 63 ' no“? that W?er “light Receiving awards during the Fairviow Chamber banquet were, front from loft, Laurie Rich vorplanche, 72 . Clayton Henand has 2:5 8:123:33; q Schlothauor, Marsha Kittloson and Pam Burmcm of tho Fairviow Community Foundation; Page 3A run the Powder Keg Since teacher for mo'm than 30 bdck, Mike Weber, Rosemary Weber, Gary Golden (representing Clayton Holland) and I ' d the early 19903. He was years, She served as the Lots Unruh (representing Marlene Emly). 9 presented the Fairview advisor for the Future , h “_ Chamber award. Pre- Homemakers of America ‘ ‘- . ~ I a Around Town.-.” Religion ....... ..l M senter Dianne Swanson Club and the Speefh and ~ Gussillods. -243 spam.............4A saidtpeople describe him drama Program She . l Deaths ' 3A { as an excellent employer. has always been a Strong , . . h ‘_ . ,t """""" “ t a ‘ He cares deeply about the advocate for education, Mike Weber received the award from the city. Weber served as Fairview’s city 5 0 0 7 5 r community and is always students and teachers," attorney for 37 years. Mayor Brian Bieber said, “1 want to thank him personally m l l I , Willing to donate. KIOkeT sald. and from the t0wn of Fairview for his years of service and for everything else 7 48328 21001 '