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l l-Wodnesday, May 14, 2003 tllllg the ommlssloners nomlnl surer BY BILL VANDER WEELE Herald-Leader Richland County Treasurer Donette Dopp has been nomi- nated for the state's Excellence in Leadership award. The award, established by the Interdepartmental Coordinating Committee for Women, honors three individuals for either their exemplary leadership and achievements, or for their out- standing efforts to assist women to excel in the workplace. Award categories are woman in state government, person in the public sector and person in the private sector. In their nomination letter, Richland County commission- ers wrote, "She is a very knowl- edgeable and determined per- son, and provides the leadership qualities that all of the employ- Donette Dopp ees throughout the courthouse use as a role model for their own jobs." Dopp played a strong role in setting up a diabetic support group for Richland County and also got the Sidney Lions Club involved in the project. She organized the Montana State Treasurers Convention held in Sidney last September. Recently, she's been instrumen- tal in promoting a license plate for Richland County. "Ms. Dopp approaches all of her tasks with an 'I can' attitude, but if she runs into problems, will always find someone to do the job. All the while observing and learning so as to be able to do the job herself the next time," commissioners wrote. One co-worker said Dopp is a "great role model not because of what she says, but by what she does." The award nominees and recipients will be honored dur- ing a ceremony in Helena May 15. Gov. Judy Martz will recog- nize each nominee. ,a, from page 1 "On April 12, he had an. doctors found severe infection ery, but there was extensive scar obstruction of the colon due to and swelling in the intestine, tissue from all the previous sur- contained perforation and scar They brought part of his intes- geries. To avoid closing the tissue. We removed 50 percent tine outside the abdomen and abdomen too tightly, the doctors of his colon and preformed covered it with a sterile plastic closed it with a plastic patch and reconstruction," Dr. Bensard bag and placed a catheter in his covered it with his skin. said. neck vein to permit more reed- "I am proud of our team and On April 14, doctors discov- ication for his kidney dialysis to the fact that Children's Hospital ered Kunda's small intestine be performed if necessary. On was here for Frank," Bensard was severely infected and dam- April 18, his conditiorr stabi- said. aged. They removed 12 inches lized and on April 21 for the first Contributions may be sent to: of small intestine and created an time the infection of the intes- Benefit Fund for Frank Kunda, ileostomy. Then on April 15, he tine appeared to be improving, c/o Stockman Bank of Sidney, had an overwhelming infection Doctors removed the dialysis 406-433-8624. If you have any and his abdomen became so catheter from his neck anditems to donate for the benefit tight that it interfered with his placed a long-term catheter. By auction, take them to Franz Con- breathing and kidney function April 29, the entire intestine was struction in Sidney. (abdominal compartment syn- back in the abdomen. The intes- dr, me). In the operating room, tine made a remarkable recov- SUBMITTED PHOTO A free-will roast beef dinner and benefit auction for Frank Kunda is scheduled June 8 at the Sidney Moose Lodge. from page 1 Lunch prices were approved Janet MacDonald and Kathleen for a 10-cent increase starting Roberts. next school year. Larry Riggs was voted as the Summer education grants board's new chairman. Gall were awarded to Marv Schulz, Peterson was selected vice Nicole Franklin, Vicky Panasuk, chairman. Tanning without For your appointment call Janyce Hockenbary of Integrity Eggshell Latex Wall & Trim Enamel GAL. reg. price $21" 20 Year Warranty The Paint for Any Room in Your House Flat Look-Yet Scrubbable one Coat Hundreds of Color Choices 111 S. Central Ave., SMney, MT 406-482-1402 e BY ARCH ELLWEIN Herald-Leader Sixty-five people of all ages enjoyed the first Rivers of Time Storytelling Festival in Sidney at the Sidney Public Library. Guests of the library and the Sugar Valley Theatre Company were Cindy Graf of the Will James Society, Billings, Fort Union National Historic Site Rangers Robert Thomson and Richard Stenberg and Bill e asm. The library had several book displays set up and a hos- pitality table. It was a showcase for all of the Lewis and Clark and western history material available at the library. The program was emceed by Mark Gaffri and Ellwein of the Sugar Valley Theatre Company. Rossiter entertained the audi- ence with stories of the settling of the west and livened up the crowd with a homemade band Bridal Regis Jessica & Michael June 141h Monica & Jesse June 14th Carol & Richard June 21 Rossiter, Kalispell. comprised of children from the On Friday, Arch Ellwein and audience. A dramatic portrayal I Dee Ann Bruce Druliner from Fort Union of Sgt. John Ordway by Ellwein ] Matt visited Rau and Central schools concluded the program. II August 23rd.J[" ll and told mountainman stories, Plug is beginning for next , . bear stofi, es and Indian legends, year s Rivers of Time Storytelling I "]L: ~~~ Saturday s program was chased Festival. Community input is inside bye.el, rainy weather but appreciated. Contact the library or Iiuh na s that didnt dampen the enthusi- Arch Ellwein with suggestions. I,,----"--'--'.-9 . last fev of recast for Sidney .... _ l'lerald- ng c faxes the sc Partly sun~ and I Mcetly cloudy and I Mostly cloudy with [Mostly cloudy with I Breezy al~d cloudy I Breezy with a I lntor +,lmtiOncI warme, breezy, a few ~owers. the chance for with rain possible chanc for rain. and ~ er s" , , o , , o o , ~ o ' o " , o i .a~ , OUt hichJ TM lot c S sec S" " + i i! iil 8 a.m ..... 36 8 a.m ..... 40 ))l Howe Cn,, M'I 70 4~ s r,a an ,~ ,,~ o "1, ..... t~- ~. Sun Moon ....... '" 7"; ;'t 69 Missovla!MT 74 4, Pc 65 38 pc ~'.~ 521a:m. 8:,~p.m:]Wed~ 6!50p:m. 4:42a.m, Seattle, WA 58 46 sh 58 44 sh ~a~ Thu, 5:19a.rn. 8:27p.m. IThu. 8:18psn, 5:07o.m. Willialon, ND 70 44 pc 67 46 c n,~a~#I Fd 518o.m828pm.~Fd. g:46p.m 5:37am. ~(vn:=-=,.,~,~-~na~,~w.~,t-~ 17 m 11 7 rn 6 15 m =.=no.r,t~==n.~ow b.~. : Sat. 5: a.m. 8:30 p.. I Sat.:0 p. , : a.._. ' ' Sire. 5:18o.m.8!31p.m: ]Sun. none 7:05axn. Almanac ~:~ Men. 5:15 a.m. 8:32 p.m. I Men. 12:15 a.m. 8:07 a.m ............. TU0: ' 5!t3 a:m. ~33 p:m. I Tue.' 1:07 a.m, g:18 a~m. S_taustics v~ me week onoung May ]~. ..... I mmperature: I erectpnauon: Full Last New FirstHigh for the week .................. 66* I Total for the week ....... All f -'~- -nd ~ ..,~,,_ ~ +...,.. Low for the week .................. 28* I Total for the rnon~ ....... ... 14111 llf~81.~ II " o ..... vi.,...,+... ~ ~.~l~ inh ~ Norr~moh .......................... ~ Iro~r~year ....... ,.-,,,,,,..,,,,=,..~, ..... vw ~ ,+m.- -,,m~- "~r Average temperature .......... 44.7 |%ofnormalth~mom' May 15 May 22 May 30 June 7 , . 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