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Softball snags win on senior night. 4A ORIGIN MIXED ADC 590 SMALLTOWNPAPERS 92"7 W RAILROAD AVE SHELTON WA 98584-38,~7 ,lill,ilillh,i,llll,illi,lil,ilhllhl,Hlilil,il,llili,i I Lobotomy " ^ " Chow on B9 $2 ly. 9A I [ I I I II I I IIIIIII II IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIII IIIIIII WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 2019 ~ 111th year, No. 34 ~ SIDNEY, MONTANA ~ ~ $1 IIII1[1111 II I I[I I I I I I [11 I I II II1[I I I II II II II IIIIIIIIII IIIIIII1[1[I I II IIII II I For the first time ever, Sidney is hosting the Eastern A divisional softball tournament at South Meadow field starting May 16 and 17. Games are Scheduled for 10 a.m 12 p.m 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. A microchip clinic and simple grooming will take place at ' Pampered K9 & Feline in Sidney on Saturday, May 18, beginning at 9 a.m. Cost is $20 per animal. "Saved by the Comedy" show will be at the Ranger Lounge Saturday, May 18, beginning at 8 p.m. Tickets are limited and are $15 each, available for purchase at the Ranger or the Stagecoach in Culbertsdh. Rescued & Reclaimed vintage market will be at the Event Center of the Richland County Fairgrounds on Saturday, May 18, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. General admission tickets can be purchased at the door for $5. Children under 14 are free. A candle carving art class will be hosted at MonDak Heritage Center on Thursday, May 16, at 6 p.m. Cost is $20 per person. Call 406-433-3500 or email for details. INSIDE Around Town 2A Classifieds 6-7A Deaths 3A Sports 4A DEATHS Rosena Yeager, 83 Page 3A , IIU!!!! UI!!!I!I 9 IIIl 'Slll Q~A BY NICOI E LUCINA Sidney Herald e Ricky Tobiason They're helpful and they're always there when you need them. Jordan Romoro Theykeep the City of Sidney safe and keep criminals out of here. Robin Hernandez Elba Watts Ruth Burns Every time I've had to They're important to Every community needs call them, they come right me because without them law enforcement to bring away. Whether it's at home, our town would be a total safety to those who live in because we live out in the wreck. They keep the the community. It's an honor country, or here at the store, balance and every time we to know that those on the they come when they're have to call them they're police force are putting their called, here just like that. lives out there to protect us. MILITARY SUBMITTED Larry Larson, left, presents his father, Merrill Larson, with the commemorative Purple Heart awarded to Private James Larson, Merrill's uncle and Larry's great uncle.The Larson family presented the medal to the oldest living Larson relative on March 10, 2019. Local veteran honored BYAMYVENN "We decided it's time to of history for Sidney. He left Sidney Herald honor him after 100 years," home for the Army on June Larry said. 24, 1918, to serve in Compa- Local WWI veteran Pvt. They presented the medals 'ny C, 308th Infantry. Once James A. Larson was recently on March 10 to Larson's fa- overseas, he was stationed honored posthumously for his ther, Merrill Larson, who is in France in the thick of the service with the Purple Heart, the nephew and oldest living trench warfare. The Larson WWI Victory Medal and WWI relative of James Larson. family believes James may Victory Button. Larry Lar- "It means a lot to him andhave been a casualty of the son and his cousin Tod Lar-' it means a lot to my grandfa- "Lost Battalion," who spent son together secured medals ther," Larry said. five days surrounded by Ger- for their great uncle late last The story of James Larson's year. service is an important piece SeeVETERAN, PagelO ART BY NICOLE LUCINA Sidney Herald XCulbertson school's cafeteria was filled with works of art of all kinds over the week- end during an art show. Ranging from paintings, drawings, carvings, portraits and more. Artists came from Savage, Fort Peck, St. Marie and other sur- rounding areas to take part. During the art show, one artist, Linda Con- radson was creating pieces while onlookers watched. Conradson was painting a clear glass ornament to add to the others that she had on display at her station. She also featured some of her other art- work on paper such as her take on a popular photo from 9/11 where fire fighters raised a flag amidst the rubble. "That's not the exact photo but it's my ver- sion of the picture," Conradson said. Another artist at the show, Connie Tveten displayed wood carv- ings of birds that she SeeART, Page 12 EVENT BY AMY VENN Sidney Herald Rising Above the Local band Stone Yellow performs during Rising Above the River, an event to River event Saturday night in Sidney. raise money for the flood devastation in was' considered to be Fairview, was held 'a large success by Saturday night at two organizers, Jes- the hockey arena in sica Cayk0 and Lisa Sidney. With over 700 tickets sold, the event See RIVER, Page 12 Hello Spring! We are welcoming new Smiles. Call today for a @0 Dr. Richard L. Fink Dr. Erin B. Fink D E N T A C C N T E R D.M.D D.D.S 406-433-4422 122 2nd St. SE Sidney, MT "Orthodontics provided by Dr. Tony Fisher, Certified Orthodontist:' k