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SIDNEY HERALD Around our area iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii~iiiiiiiiii~iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii~iii*~``:~````i~ -2 WEDNESDAY, APRIL15,2015 7A SUBMITiED Sidney High School students earning math honors were, from left, Rudy Langwald, Clay Carpenter, Madison Thiessen, Jordan Baxter and Zach Sommerfeld. Anthony Johnson is not pictured. Students fare well in math competition Sidney High School participated in this year's annual American Mathematics Com- petition with 53 students participating in the junior/senior test and 32 students in the freshman/sophomore test. Earning top awards were Nathaniel Lang- wald with the high score for juniors/seniors followed by Clay Carpenter and Anthony Johnson. Top awards for the freshmen/sophomores went to Jordan Baxter in first, followed by Zach Sommerfeld in second and Madison Thiessen in third place. Math teacher Yvonne Gebhardt said all students will tell you that their math skills were stretched and they had to work to the best of their ability to solve these difficult problems. BILLINGS -- Montana use caution when deciding biologists were able to catch Fish, Wildlife & Parks has whether to eat fish caught 213 fish representing species lifted its consumption downstream from the spill known to live in the river advisory for fish caught on until biologists could test between the spill site and the Yellowstone River near for petroleum in the edible the North Dakota border. where an oil pipeline broke muscle tissues. Laboratory tests of those west of Glendive. Sampling for contaminat- fish showed no detectable On Jan. 17, the Bridger ed fish - as well as cleanup levels of petroleum contam- pipeline broke where it of the spilled oil - was ham- ination in the edible muscle crossed the Yellowstone pered by ice that covered tissues. River upstream from Glen- most of the river down- As a result, FWP has dive, dumping 30,000 gallons stream from the spill site. lifted its fish-consumption of crude oil into the water. Afterthe ice left the river advisory. FWP advised anglers to in March, FWP fisheries Shooting range development grant deadline nears Montana Fish, W ildli~ & Parks remil~ls shooting range enthusiasts the deadline to apply for range development grants is May !. Montana's Shooting Range Grant Pro- gram, administered by FWP, provides funding to shooting clubs, organizations, local governments and school districts to build and improve public shoo:ing ranges throughout the state. To learn more about the Shooting Range Grant Program, and to download this year's new grant application, visit FWP's website at Click the Recreation tab, then ' ctivities" and " recreation/activities/shootingRanges/" o BY usut LESSER Again, we asked you to send thank you! If you inadver- RICHU D ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENI in your community and tently missed the previous individual support. Your deadline, the time to chime Over the past year, Rich- effort and response was no- in is now more important land Economic Develop- 'table. Job well done, again! than ever. ment Corp. implored you It has now come to our As our economy ebbs and to on the continu- attention the Natural tides with the oil and gas ation of reliable irrigation Resource Defense Council production, the ever con- water for eastern Montana (NRDC) made a request stant agricultural engine and western North Dakota. buoys our economy through Many of you responded If you inadvertently these changes. But what passionately with cries would happen to our econo- support for the pres- missed the previous mies without the value of ervation, prosperity and added crops produced by the heritage of the families of. deadline, the timeto LYIP irrigation water? What the Yellowstone Valley, the might our communities LYIP, the concrete weir and chime in is now more look like then? How differ- fish by-pass. Well done! Our ent would the sales look in voices were heard, and they our businesses without the mattered greatly! important than ever " purchases made by these The safe passage of the producers? endangered species, the We need to keep up the pallid sturgeon, around the Leslie Messer momentum! If you haven't Intake Diversion structure Richlnnd Economic Development sent in a letter stating your has been front and center support of the modifications for us. We stood proudly and the concrete weir at In- alongside many of you at to theU.S. Army Corps of take, please take 10 minutes the public hearings to dem- Engineers to extend theand do it now. If you know onstrate just how important comment period for the con- of community organiza- this is. The record-breaking struction permit to this Fri- tions that haven't sent one number of proponents at day. The Corps has granted in, encourage them to do so these hearings encouraged the extension. The NRDC is before Friday. all parties to work together one organization that's su- Send the letters with to choose the most effective ing to stop the concrete weir the application permit fish passage alternative to and fish by-pass modifica- number to: Application preserve our endangered 'tions from being completed No: NWO-2008-02556-MTB. species, our rivers and our at Intake. Email to: Cathy Juhas: agricultural economies for What this extended com-Catherine.d.juhas@usace. many generations to come. ment period means for our Fax to: 406-657- Considerable tests were area is one more opportu- 5911 Thank you for joining done, models were made, nity to show our continued us in writing the letters, modifications were identi- support for the reliable showing your support and fled for the Intake Diversion delivery of water to eastern making a difference. You structure, and the joint Montana and western North wield great power by being notice for the construction Dakota. If you've already authors of this chapter of permit opened a 21-day com- written your letters and LYIP's saga! ment period ending April 3. sent them in, fantastic and The title of Sidney's third-rate detective story enough to accept a gener- school play is "Who Dunit on his typewriter. As he ous tip. From there,our and to Whom?" by Robert writes, the audience sees tale really goes wild from Frankel. Christy Pierce is the actions played out by . policeman wielding rubber directing the play. actors on stage. And as he bands (Harold doesn't like Show times are April 24- corrects his writing, we see violence in his plays) to 25 at 7 p.m. and April 26 at the actors forced to revise Sheila Crylinski (Kennedy 2 p.m. Cost is $5 for adults their actions! Anglesey) to Grip's venge- and $3 for seniors and Harold's story introduces ful daughter, the electronic students, us to the beautIful Russian genius Bitsy (Jaz Hodge). Looking for the "Who- painter nicknamed Any- Strange characters keep dunit" to end all "whodun- time (Taylor Thiessen), and popping up characters its?" Then look no further! our hero, Detective Grip " With the power to stop the This hilarious spoof of the (Christian Al glesey). As play and freeze the other classic "gumshoe story" the Russian spins her tale, characters. Who really has more twists than a loop she faints and when theis writing this play any- of licorice Henpecked paint "pizza guy" (Danny John- way? Is it Harold? Or has salesman Harold Finnegan son) shows up, he believes he lost control of his own (Camden Berka) is trying that Grip has killed her, thoughts? to pound out his umpteenth though he does pause long SIDNEY GSA ANNUAL BANQUET WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29 SIDNEY COUNTRY CLUB Come out and support the Griz and meet the k, NEW Head Football Coach Bob StiR! Dinner Only- $45 Golf Only - $65 Dinner and Golf - $100 Hole Sponsor - $150 (Includes Dinner/Golf for 1) Corporate Sponsor - $300 (Includes Dinner/Golf for 2) For reservations or more information call 480-1991 or 480-2562 The specialists at Trinity Health's Foot and Ankle Clinic provide assessment and treatment options for the common causes of heel pain associated with: Plantar fasciitis Heel fractures Heel spurs And more! 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