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3o, 2oo3 the MonDak area since 1908 SUBMITTED PHOTO students, from left, Lakin Mullin, William Heir and Troy Mullin show the created in support of the U.S. military. infrastructure throughout area "N l 1, which I spon- funds from State Endowment 40 local government ects. Water projects: commu- Cooke City-Park- Gardiner/Park Geraldine, Hamil- Judith Basin District, Philips Meadows District, County Dis- County District, Rye- Creek District, Stan- and Worden-Ballentine Collection and waste- ',nt projects: tom- County Black Eagle District, Chinook, Ekalaka, Missoula, Missoula County (Mullah Road), Pablo-Lake County District, Scobey and Wolf Point. Combination drinking water and sewer collection projects: communities of Libby and Upper- Lower Rover Road District. Storm water project: Glen- dive. Solid waste project: Lake County. Bridge projects: counties of Blaine, Cascade, Gallatin, Hill, Lewis and Clark, Madison. Pon- dera, Richland, Sheridan, Still- water and Sweet Grass. The Treasure State Endow- ment program was established in 1992 by passage of a referen- dum by Montana voters. /,..,./""'"'%.,..,~:/. ~ .- ,.. ~,..,, Coat Gloss or" Eggshell SALE PRICE per gal. Multi-Tone Plush Carpet Reg. 13.95 ..... iiill i ii! iil ! In-stock il 9so 1 m sq, yd. *15 . yd. '171*q. yd. 5 p Laminate Flooring Easy care & installation Snap together * No glue Central Sidney 482-5032 FREE ESTIMATES & INSTALLATION assistant supervisor BY ARCH ELLWEIN Herald-Leader Genia Hesser has joined the staff at the Fort Buford State Historic Site 21 miles northeast of Sidney. Hesser was hired April 1 by the State Historical Society of North Dakota as assistant site supervisor at Fort Buford and the new Missouri/Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center. Hesser, a native of Rochester, Minn., and a graduate of MacAlester College in St. Paul, was a tour guide and living his- tory interpreter depicting life in 1899 at the Historic Forrestville State Historic Site in Minnesota. She also served as curator of collections at the New Glarus Historical Society of New Glarus, Wis. She is in the midst of completing her master's degree in Historic Administra- tion through Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, I11. Hesser said, "One of the rea- sons I was attracted to this job is that this is very much a hands-on site and there's an opportunity to have a lot of contact with vis- itors and staff. The addition of the Interpretive Center will broaden the type of program- ming we can offer here. There are a lot of new paths we can fol- Genie Hesser low and all of them are positive. I'd like to play a part in expand- ing the living history presence here and initiate programming addressing the geographic aspects and local flora and fauna. There are a lot of exciting changes here and I'm happy to be along for the ride." Senior site supervisor Chuck Stalnaker estimates the con- struction of the Missouri/Yel- lowstone Confluence Interpre- tive Center is 85 percent com- plete and is on schedule to open it's doors to the public for a grand opening Aug. 23-24. Superior Grains of Crosby, ND has pea, lentil, chick pea, flax and triticale seed available for pick up or delivery! i -----GREEN PEA SEED----- Nitouche. Majoret. Toledo-Scuba "-"----YELLOW PEA SEED--'-- I Delta- Integra - Eclipse- Mozart (Forage peas are also available) I ----- LENTIL SEED Richlea - Milestone- Sovereign French Green- Robin i OTHER SEED Myles Desi Chick Peas Omega Flax. Cathay Flax Ultima Triticale INOCULANT AVAILABLE: Liquid- Granular- Peat Based ] 12/.~ 108th Sirra NW. Cmsby, ND 5~/30 701.965-6241 1-800-510-9437 wwv~el~-iorl~ns.t~n or e-mail as it carl@seperiorgrafas,ce~a Economic development seminar set in Miles City Montana's Congressional Through these efforts, an oppor- Delegation and the Governor's tunity to"create the world's first Office of Economic Opportuni- coal fired, zero-emissions, elec- ty are a few of the sponsors of a tricity and hydrogen producing special forum that will be dis- power plant" in eastern Men- cussing a billion dollar econom- tana was recently identified. ic development opportunity tbr The forum is organized to eastern Montana. gather state and area leaders in The forum is at Miles Corn- an effort to inform them about munity College, Miles City, the Department of Energy's room 106, Thursday at 6:30 "FutureGen" project and to set p.m. in motion a proposal process, "This is a great opportunity where Montana will be in com- for Montana's small businesses petition for the project. to work together to provide tell- Two national leaders have able, affordable energy for been invited to speak at the Montana and the rest of the forum. Dr, Myer Steinberg, a country," Sen. Max Baucus key researcher at Brookhaven said. "Bringing this one-of-a- labs working in coal gasification kind plant to Montana will help and CO2 sequestration, and Dr. to create more good-paying jobs Lowell Miller, DOE Fossil ener- and boost our state's economy." gy director, will be at the forum Area and state organizations to explain the process of hydro- and leaders have been working gen and CO2 sequestration as with the University of Montana well as the FutureGen project. College of Technology's Hydro- The meeting is open to the pub- gen Futures Project to explore lic. For questions please contact Dr. projects that could make good Paul Williamson at 406-243-7851 use of the state's natural, renew- or Ted Kasten at 406-485-3374. ~ble and human resources. I III II I The nation's largest ROAMING network is now One- or two-year agreement required. $35 activation fee on one.year agreements. No activation fee on two-year agreements. $175 eedy termthetlon fee apphes. Monthly anytime minutes may be used o~liy in your home atrtime rib area. LOng distance and roam rates for international calls, where available, will vary, Requires CDMA tri-r~ phone with specific software and preferred roaming list as Drograrnrned by Veriz~ Wireteas. 1 Bonus Anytime Minutee: New two.year agreement required. One-year agreement for current customers. 2 Mobile to mobile minutes available onty within designated mobile to mobile eirttme rite areas. For ~ rite and other details, see mobile to mobile brochures. Mobile to mobile ~des not available throughout your e~ home airtime rate area, 3 Domestic long distance is an additional 20C/minute for calls you receive while roamif~ (ordy o~ $39.99 local p~n). See calling plane brochure for home elttlme rltll areee and other detldle. Cell,phones make groat graduation gl ll 115 2rid Ave. NE, Sidney 433,4370 Hours: 9-5:30 weekdays te 9-3 Sat. I I IIIII IIIIIIHI l Robert Levi Flint Troy Lorenz U.S. Army, E5 U.S. Army Reserves, Sergeant Engineer of Chinook helicopter Nurse 9 years of service 7 years of service Graduate of Sidney High School in 1994 Graduate of Fairview High School in 1993 ife: Kim; Children: Kristopher and Austin Mother: Ellen Lorenz; Father: Jess Lorenz Fred and Mary Boyce; Sister: Michelle Heller , Grandfather: Ernie Trang; Brother: Joel and wife Karrie Sister: Kristin and Justin Bilbrey Nephews: Cole and Cody Bilbrey Travis J. Schumacker U.S. Air Force, Senior Airman Aerospace Ground Equipment Mount. Home AFB, Idah 3 years of service Graduate of Sidney High School in 2000 Wife: Danielle and baby on the way Parents: Daniel and Made Schumacker; Sister: Desirae Other family: John and Tanya Seitz (mother and father-in,law); Denise Miller(aunt); Jessica, Dwight, Katlyn and Haley Stroh (sister, brother-in-law and nieces) NE, Sidney 433-4370 I ~\N~ ~~ (2277) i InvestmentRepre~nt~ve, , I I I Serving Individual Investor Since 187t I I 24 Hours INick Lonski Enid Huota a Jerry t ugr sI I 433-3600. 433-7788 433-7777 I I E ~J= Wrecker 482-4027 ] L I awrl'~, 480-1175 L Sidney Member SIPC ] Furniture 1051 S. Central, Sidney It's All About Saying Goodbye Funeral Home 315 2rid St. NW, Sidney. 488-2805 " ?