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2 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 2019 Inf0 center SIDNEY HERALD Tuesday, March 5 The Richland County commis- sioners are in their office from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the courthouse Thursday, March 7 The Richland County commis- sioners are in their office from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the courthouse. The Sidney Kiwanis Club meets at noon at the Elks Lodge. Soturclay, Morch 9 There will be a benefit chili din- ner to assist Dennis Albrecht with medical expenses from noon to 6:30 p.m. at the Sidney VFW Hall. A live auc- tion starts at 5 p.m. The silent auction ends at 5:30 p.m. Around town Sunday, March 10 Sunday, March 24 The public is invited to the Say- The Sidney Plane Folks will have age Community Hall luncheon, an indoor fun fly and static air The free will luncheon will show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at begin at 12:30 p.m. Immedi- the Sidney-Richland Airport. ately following, will be the an- The event is sponsored by nual meeting, at which board Richland Aviation and hosted directors and officers will be in the Big Top hangar. elected. All" proceeds from the luncheon will go to the hall for operations. Thursday, March 21 The Richland Red Hatters meet at 11:30 a.m. for lunch at Simply Scrumptious Bakery. RSVP by March 19 to Sylvia, 798-3882, or Margaret, 488- 4613. The Sidney Kiwanis Club meets at noon at the Elks Lodge. Senior meals Meals at the Sidney Senior Center are 11:30 a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays. Meals at the Fairview Senior Center are 11:30 a.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. Meals at the Savage Senior Center are at noon on Thursdays. Meals at the Lambert Senior Center are at noon on Tues- days. BILL VANDBR WEELE I SIDNEY HERALD Students earning honors for the most accelerated reading points for their grade level during National Reading Month at West Side School included Sara King, Nathan Nguewoun, Camryn Frank, Rowan O'Brien, Adaleah Trudell, Gideon Harper, Jacqueline Hager, Leah Dignan and Chloe Baker. BY KATHERINE satBLI their longevity and price, fats into your diet if you RJEHm0 COUNTY NUTRm0N c0 m0N For frozen items look at opt for 1 percent or skim the ingredients list, often milk. Carbohydrates or you can find frozen So yes, some carbohy- "carbs" are sugars, fruits and vegetables drates are better than starches, and fibers with nothing added, others; most nutrition- found in plant and dairy When you look at canned ists stress the impor- products. Most recently fruits, look for thosetance of finding modera- carbs have taken a hit as canned in water or natu- tion. Most would advise being "bad" and are now ral fruit juice instead of against eating a pastry often portrayed the cause syrup, for breakfast every day, of excessive weight gain. For canned vegetables though there is nothing Fortunately for all of stick with low sodium wrong with enjoying a us who enjoy these foods options and add herbs piece of birthday cake that is not true. Carbs and spices later for vari- on your special day, or are one of the most basic ety and flavor." surprising someone you food groups, along with Whole grains: whole love with a chocolate protein and fat. They wheat breads and pastas, chip cookie. play an important role in brown rice, quinoa, and The problem comes a healthy lifestyle, but, oats all fit in this catego- from eating too many of there is a catch not all ry Each one has a goodthese processed carbo- carbs are created equal, amount of fiber and inhydrates too often and There are certainly some the case of quinoa even not eating enough of the that do not lend to a some protein to sl0w complex carbohydrates healthy lifestyle, absorption, providing us that fuel our minds and with lasting fullness,keep our bodies healthy, THE BAD Dairy products: Milk, This is true for every- The carbs that we cheese and unsweetenedone whether you are should generally avoid yogurt all fit into this looking to change your include those that are category" Depending onweight on the scale or full of refined sugars your age and disease just trying to follow a such as high fructose state low-fat dairy prod= healthy lifestyle. corn syrup and cane ucts may be your best For more information sugar, and high in choice. These productsand ideas on including refined grains such as have a large amount ofgood carbohydrates into white flour, fat removed but still,your lifestyle, check out Often these foods are keep the carbohydratesthe Richland County also low in fiber and and protein intake. Nutrition Coalition nutrients, are high in The only downside is Facebook page at www. sodium and may be high that some fat is essen-, in saturated and trans tial to absorb certainand the Pinterest page fats. Examples include vitamins so make sure at www.pinterest. sugary drinks such as you incorporate healthy com/lrcncl sodas or sports drinks, white bread, rice and pastas, pastries, cakes and candy, and deep-fried foods. THE GOOD Good carbohydrates are those that provide us with the boost we need while also supplying us with vitamins and min- erals to keep us healthy and often providing us with fiber (important for gut health), many also are combined with another macronutrient. The last two things slow down the absorp- tion of sugars keeping our blood sugars more steady and our tummies full for longer. Some examples are Fruits and Vegetables: while fresh is great, fro- zen and canned are often more convenient due to Legal tip Do you know what you can do if the landlord shuts off your utilities? First, you should try to work it out with your landlord, Then, you must give your landlord writ- ten notice before taking more action. After you give your landlord a reasonable opportunity to fix the problem, you may take other legal action, like deducting rent or suing the landlord. Make sure you understand the pro- cess before taking action. To learn more, read our article "4 Steps to Take if Your Landlord Shuts off Your Utilities" on www.MontanaLa- Vinyl Gloves Dust Mops and More We supply your at wholesale prices " X 310 2nd Ave NE, Sidney MT 59270 Phone: 406-433-2403 months will have the effect of reducing the length of delivery service otherwise covered by your payment. Months are subject to change without notice. Kelly Miller Publisher Bill VanderWeele Managing Editor Harleigh Roth Mulit-Media Sales Keri Brown Classified Specialist Periodical postage is paid at Sidney, MT 59270 The Sidney Herald CUSPS 495-760) is published two Umes weekly, Sundays and Wednesdays, except when certain holidays fall on these days. In that case the publication will publish the day prior. The Sidney Herald is a member of the Montana Newspaper Association. Premium Issues: All subscriptions may include up to four premium isuues per year. For each premium issue, your account balance wilt be charged an additional fee of $1.00 in the billing period when the section publishes. This will ~sult in shortening the length of of your billing period. Premium issues scheduled for the 2019 months: March, May, August, November, 2019. These POSTMASTER: Send address correctrions to: Sidney Herald 310 2nd Ave NE Sidney, MT 59270 Single Copy Price $1.00 To subscribe, call 406-433-2403 With the purchase of the paper, you can have free access to the e-Edition on our wehsite: e-Edition Only 2 Days $2.00 1Month $6.00 6 Months $36.00 1 Year $69.00 (All subscriptions payable in advance) 2019 Sidney Herald, a Wick Communications Company i(iiiii+i i+i i BILL VANDER WEELE I SIDNEY HERALD Earning most improved readers awards were Kambre Villarreal, Aspen Neuleib, Riley Butler, Jaydan Brass, Kasen Pierce, Kade Croucher, Cameron Coryell, Colton Johns, Caleb Sonford, Henry Truax, Brock Duncan, Kendall Vitt, Eli Lonski and Isaiah Riedel. BILL VANDER WEELE I SIDNEY HERALD Students earning honors for the most accelerated reading points in their classroom during National Reading Month at West Side School included Sara King, Camryn Frank, Addison Durham, Alden Sifers, Kenzley VanEvery, Rowan O'Brien, Adaleah Trudell, Cameron Coryell, Beckett Norby, Rylan Kunick, Jacqueline Huger, Leah Dignan, Blaze Rasmussen and Lauren Youngquist. at March 10m the Lambert School Gym 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Anyone wanting to donate a Silent Auction item, please contact Susan Torgerson at Lambert School, ?44-3333 ext. ll0t. Please contact Anita at 406-774-3741, Kathy at 406-774-3462 or Pennie at 406-774-3455 if you have You are cordially invited to our Annual Banquet Richland County Event Center Social Hour 5:00 p.m. Dinner 6:00 p.m. Catered by The Ranger "New Ownership" Prime Rib and Shrimp Dinner Raffles & Live Auctions including 19 guns Tickets $g0 Includes dinner for 2 plus a tax deductible Pheasants Forever membership. Tickets available at the door. Funds raised at our annual banquet are used for habitat improvement in our county. For more information, Kyle Carter (President) to call or text 701-310-5966 ,! ~ j: