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2A-Sunday, March 9, 2003 Serving the MonDak area since 1908 s yt Sunday, March 9 • An ABC Farm Safety breakfast will be held from 8 a.m.-I p.m. at the VFW. French toast, sausage, scrambled eggs, juice and cof- fee will be served. All proceeds go to ABC Farm Safety. • MonDak Historical and Arts Society annual meeting will be from 2 - 4 p.m. at the MonDak Heritage Center. • Mike and Theresa Steppe's unique metal artwork is on display this month at all Edward Jones offfices. Monday, March 10 • Ladies Auxiliary VFW 4099 business meeting at 7 p.m in VFW hall. • The Sidney Post Prom Committee will meet at 6:30 p.m. at the Triangle. Please contact Stephanie McGough for information at 482-4791. • The Sidney School Board has its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. at West Side Elementary School's multi-purpose room. • There will be an organizational meeting at 7 p.m. in the Sidney High School cafeteria for all parents interested in helping with the Senior Luncheon. Tuesday, March 11 • Right to Life will meet at 1:30 p.m. in St. Matthew's Parish Cen- ter. Wednesday, March 12 • The Sidney Christian Women's Club is sponsoring a Spring Fashion Show at 12:30 p.m. at the Elks. Feature is a spring cloth- ing preview by Creekside Clothiers. Speaker is "Bicycle Built Two - Who is in Charge?" by Susan Jorgenson, Williston. Com- plimentary nursery is available. Contact Celia Thiel for reserva- tions at 488-6690 by Friday. • Junior Girl Scout Troop #286 will host a tea from 1:30 -2:30 p.m. at Pella Lutheran Church. • Bingo will be at the VFW hall, with early bird beginning at 6:45 p.m. • Sons of Norway general meeting, 7 p.m. Thursday, March 13 • Richland County-wide Farmers Union Local will meet at the home of Doug and Pam Johnson at 6:30 p.m. New officers will be elected. • VFW Post 4099 business meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the VFW hall. Saturday, March 15 • VFW Cooties will meet at the VFW Club at 11 a.m. to visit Glen- dive Veterans Home. • The Women of Life project will hold their annual homemade pie, coffee and bake sale from 1 - 3:30 p.m. at the Shepherd of the Val- ley Lutheran Church. Sunday, March 16 • A St. Patrick's Day brunch will be held 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m at the Fox Lake Center, Lambert. Menu includes sausage gravy, bis- cuits, scambled eggs, ham, pancakes, sweet rolls, fruit salad, juice and coffee. All you can eat. Cost is $5. Everyone welcome. Monday, March 17 • VFW corned beef and cabbage dinner begins at 6 p.m, The din- ner is open to the public. Bingo at the VFW hall with early bird beginning at 6:45 p.m. • The Hockey Official Training seminar will be held March 17 andl8 from 6 - 9 p.m. Call Brant Krause for details regarding reg- istration at 482-4548 or 488-2131. • Sidney High School winter band will perform as an opening for the North Dakota State University Gold Star Concert Band at 7:30p.m. in the Sidney High School gym. Free admission. • Sidney Post Prom Committee meets. Contact Stephanie McGough for information at 482-4791. Tuesday, March 18 • Norwegian Stichers with Betty Norby as hostess will meet at 1:30 p.m. • The Red Hat Society will have their St. Patrick's Day dinner at 6:30 p.m. upstairs at the Triangle Nite Club. For more information and to R.S.V.P by March 15, contact Lynda Forcella at 482-3414. us=ness at PHOTO BY LINDA STEINBEISSER A massage therapist has joined Tina Turner at Planet Hair in Sidney and is now taking appointments. Janet Cook, originally from England, is married to Don Cook of Sidney and has 30 years of experience In massage therapy. Janet will be available starting Tuesday at 433-4508. Montana-Dakota Utilities Co.'s retail natural gas prices have risen steadily for the past five months. Higher prices have been driven mainly by steady increas- es in the price the company pays for its natural gas supplies. "Montana-Dakota's residen- tial price for March 2003 will be about 12 percent higher than February," said Wayne Fox, company president. "The major- ity of the recent retail price Wednesday, March !9 increases results from higher • Montana Farmers Union will meet at the Sidney Public LibrarYl purchased 'gas prices. In addi: basement at 7 p.m. Contact Sig Rudie if you know who would like to speak at the meeting or have a would like covered. The agenda is open at this time. • Bingo at the VFW hall with early bird at 6:45 p.m. Friday, March 21 • VFW Cooties meet at the VFW Club at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 22 • Sons of Norway spring party will be held at 10 a.m. Di nep Serving the MonDak area since 1908 Published Wednesday & Sunday by the Sidney Herald-Leader, a proud member of the Wick Coramunica~ions Group. of someone subject you SINGLE COPIES: AVAILABLE AT LOCAL OUTLETS FOR 75 CENTS PER COPY. SUB- SCRIPT/ON RATES: $41 PER YEAR FOR CARRIER DELIVERY AND MAIL DELIVERY IN THE COUNTY TRADE AREA; $44 PER YEAR FOR MOTOR ROUTES MAIL DELIV- ERY IN THE OUT-OF-COUNTY TRADE AREA; $51 FOR OUT-OF-STATE OR OUT-OF- TRADE-AREA DELIVERY; $73 FOR DELIVERY TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES, POSTMASTER, SEND ADDRESS CHANGES TO THE SIDNEY HERALD.LEADER, 310 SECOND AVE. N.E., SIDNEY MT 59270. PERIODICAL POSTAGE PAID IN SIDNEY, MT, 59270. USPS 495-760 ISSN# 0898-087X April 1, 2003 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. LOCAL TIME CANDIDATES FOR DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT I - Williston Police Department 12raig Wilkie Larry Lambert Patrick (Pat) Falcon District II - Tisa Community Center Gym Jason Slater Vic Renville Wade Slater Walt Moran rise mostly in the Rocky Mountain region. He said Montana-Dako- ta competes for those supplies with other companies including major Midwestern markets. He explained this winter's higher wholesale prices have resulted from higher demand created by the return of more severe winter temperatures across much of the eastern United States, including Montana-Dakota's service area. Other factors such as invento- District III - Culbertson Trinity Lutheran Church Connie Powelle Sandra J. Miller Requests for Absentee Ballot must be in writing & filed no later than March 24, 2003 to the following address: ties of various petroleum prod- ucts and the threat of war in the tion, weather for Montana-Middle East have impacted Dakota's service area has been prices as well. As a result, the about II percent colder than price of natural gas has risen normal and about 47 percent nationwide. colder than February 2002.Fox said Montana-Dakotahas Colder weather and higher access to large natural gas stor- prices will produce higher bills." ag.e fields and, during a typical Fox said, Montana-Dakota winter, uses stored gas to meet purchases its natural gas sup- about 40 percent of its cus- plies from some 20 suppliers, tomers' needs. Ill II Monty Erickson of Agri-Mapping, a subsidiary of Erickson Contract Surveying, Inc. Sidney, Montana is now taking orders for the 2003 Richland County Ownership Atlas coming in May. Updated ownership for the 1992 version of the Richland County Atlas RICHLAND New and Improved Features ,/Color or black and white ’" Paper or digital format on CD ’' Ownership overlaid on 7.5' U.S.G.S. ,/Topographical maps Chairperson of the Election Board P.O. Box 2168 Williston, ND 58802-2168 iiii !i!!ii!!!iiiil!iii!!i iilii iii! i i:t i i!i!ili!ii iiii!i!iiiii!ii.i iiiiiiii ii !iii!l Chairperson - Kari Turnquist - 572-8055 Dist. I - Clydette Boyer- 572-0518 Dist. II - Darrell (Mac) LaDue - 572-3909 Dist. III - Linda Burrows - 406-488-4827 1st Jaida Rae, you're one! Third princess in a row. What a joy it has been To watch you strongly grow We love you, little bug-a-boo This year has gone so fast Now we wait for what you'll do This year before you're two With love, Grandma, Grandpa and all your family tiewaCe to all w o contributed to the service "Sister" when she went home to be with special thank you to Pastor Bob for the comforting words. To Sally and Dianna for and to those who brought the food. To the ers and ushers. To Charlotte, a special always there. To Dr. Pierce and staff for iii years of kind attention. To the home iil care. To Fulkersons for making a difficult i!i! Bjarne and i Leonard and Evelyn Helen Nieces and Wednesday, March 19 8 a.m. Doors Open 1 p.m. Grower Idea Contest Awards 1:15 p.m."Where have all The Big Guys How Co-ops Came to Control Nearly 90% of U.S. Sugarbeet Processing Capacity Randon Wilson • Senior Partner Jones Waldo Holbrook & McDonough/Salt Lake City Thursday, March 20 8 a.m. Doors Open 10:30 a.m. Grower Idea Contest Awards 10:40 a.m. "Mother Nature Goes Extreme" A review of 2002 's Incredible Weather And a FOGGY Look ahead to 2003 John Enz • Agricultural Meteorologist/Climatologist North Dakota State University/Fargo 11:30 a.m. Lunch & View Exhibits 5 p.m. Doors Close