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SIDNEY HERALD Around our area ' Being on a board At the "So you want to be a board member” training in,Sidney on Tuesday, Liz Moore with the Montana Nonprofit Association provided information to the Sidney Young Professionals, Chamber leadership group and others. Scho BY AHHIIIA BEHNION SUBMITTED Young musicians in the Sidney area are eligible for a scholarship to the 56th annual Red Lodge Music Festival scheduled for June, 1-9. Two scholarships will be awarded to north- eastern applicants on a first come basis. The scholarship covers half the expenses, including room and board. Break- fast, lunch and dinner are also included. Just an hour from Yellowstone Park, the festival is located in Red Lodge. It invites stu- dents finishing seventh through 12th grade that play a string, band, or MAR. Micah H‘einzle, 23, Sidney, was arrested on authority of a warrant issued by District Court for failure to appear. He was also charged with crimi- nal possession of a dangerous drugs, marijuana, first of- fense and criminal possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond was set at $20,000. MAR. 8 Jake Butler, 34, Sid- ney, was arrested on authority of a warrant issued by Sidney City Court for a violation of conditions of release. keyboard instrument to attend. Through June 19, students play in orchestra or band, and with a string, wind, or jazz ensemble. Master classes and several evening concerts are conducted by profes- sional musicians from universities and sym« phony orchestras. Recreational activities (ball games and a talent show) are sponsored by the festival, and an ending field trip will take students into the Beartooth Mountains for a hike and picnic. A final student concert will take place on June 9. The town itself is beautiful and quaint, with a fantastic view Police beat No bond was set. MAR. 10 Carlos Hawkins, 43, Sidney, was arrested for DUI drugs, first offense, criminal pos- session ofla danger- ous drug, marijuana, first offense, and criminal possession of drug parapherna- lia. Bond was set at $1,855. Dorreen Brown, 55, Sidney, was arrested for aggravated DUI, second offense. Bond was set at $2,585. MAR. 12 Nathan Langwald, 48, Sidney, was ar- KEILY MILLER l SIDNEY HERALD arships, available for young musicians of the Beartooth Moun- tains. Students like to gather at the local cafe and ice cream parlor (the cream puffs are the best). The historic downtown shopping area is also worth a visit. Check-in and auditions take place on June 1. Au- dition material for each instrument can be found at Come join Montana musicians and have a wonderful time at this unique opportunity. For more information, visit Contact the festival for the schol~ arship through Lynn Jensen at enrollment@ rlmfcrg, or (406)-256- 5210. rested for DUI, first offense. Bond was set at $685. Terry Laverne Klein Jr., 38, Sidney, was arrested on au- thority of a warrant issued by the Depart- ment of Corrections Probation and Parole for a parole violation. No bond was set. Sidney Police De- partment was notified of the arrest of Scott Lindeblad, 40, Glen- dive, on authority of a warrant issued by Sidney City Court for failure to appear. Bond was set at $1,000. 8H3 NOW - ENQS‘: MAR 13 Starts Cicsing 2:00 PM MDT we: are Reamer 3 33% Marissa at tartar: 406.433.2403 310 2nd Ave. NE, Sidney Follow-up SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 2019 5A Sidney tries various approaches to bring teachers to its schools Y BILL VAHDER WEELE IDNEY HERALD HE ISSUE Teaching shortages are elt in schools through- ut eastern Montana including Sidney. “In bigger towns, illings and Bozeman, hey have many applica- ions for each position,” Sidney Middle School’s rincipal Kelly John- on said. “We do not. ’m thrilled if we have couple applicants 0 interview. We’re onstantly keeping our ars open and making ontacts.” Sidney is currently in need of four third- rade teachers, a second-grade teacher nd a high school math instructor. “What we’ve noticed ver time is that second- ry teachers especially or the critical areas of ath and science are xtremely hard to find,” ohnson said. Other challenges include higher wages eing offered in North akota. RECRUITING Sidney school has dvertised on-line in the MAR. 10 Robert A Carr, 48, Savage was arrested on authority of a war- rant issued by District Court for failing to register as a sexual 4'25‘ . . n I II I I III . . COMMUNITY Locations for career fairs include Missoula, Bozeman, Billings and Minot. Johnson notes that school officials also keep their ears open regard— ing whether there are students from the area wishing to return to Sidney. WHAT’S NEW Individuals with bachelor’s degrees in other fields can teach with an “emergency endorsement.” They must, however, earn their teaching cert- fication within three years. Johnson said individuals can reach the goal in three years by carrying a “man- agable load,” but they must pay for their own online courses. Even thou h the Sheriff's report violent offender. He was placed in deten- tion and bond was set at $20,000. Brian P. Williams, 40, Williston, was arrested HEALTH CORNER With Chief Pharmacist, Fortunate Mwanaka at White Drug Pharmacy, 402 East Main in Sidney. are already teaching, they must complete a semester of being a student teacher. Cur- rently, Sidney has five instructors working through the program. “I don’t think people realize that’s an option out there,” Johnson said. Johnson said the school district’s men- toring program where veteran teachers guide new teachers helps the younger teachers suc- ceed. . In an effort to recruit teachers, Sidney al- lows new teachers to start with two years experience on the salary scale. In addi- tion, veteran teachers taking a position in .I Sidney can carry all their years of experi- ence onto the salary scale. on a felony DUI charge, fourth or subsequent offense. He was detained and no bond has been set. r {5.3, a... ». Number of inmates - 18 Immunizations aren’t just for kids! Adults should keep their vaccinations up-to—date, as childhood vaccine effectiveness wears off over time. Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (whooping cough) V for all adults who have not previouSIy received the Tdap vaccine. Pneumonia for adults 65 years and older and White Drug Pharmacy's certified immunization pharmacists can vaccinate against shingles, measles, pneumonia, whooping cough and more. Staying updated on your vaccines throughout your lifetime can keep 'you healthy and prevent harmful diseases from affecting you, your family and your community. 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