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Serving the MonDak area since 1908 May aX -TA nk ou Child Care Asso- Pamida, White Rock Products, Niel- [ Learn To Tap Dance Mr. Leibach at Cen- School for Without them, would not have would like to thank for making cookies Michael Ham- Wick, Whitney Satra Christianson from the School for working and Small World Korner Daycare, Daycare and for all the work carrying out the Rose Anderson, 20, arrested May 17 at on the 400 block of S.E. for a war- issued on April 21 comply with court set at $350. May Dempsey, 20, p.m. on block of Seventh for a warrant March for a $375 bad was set at $525. 17, Allison Craw- Sidney, was charged a false report about against her on May an investigation and with her, it incident 20, a 36-year-old a sexual assault tl student honor Sidney, recently for leadership the South Dakota and Technolo- Annual Leadership Reception. oring in comput- at South Dakota engineering in Rapid City, S.D.. the reception, Tech Dr. Richard Gowen Nancy, welcomed home more than 240 thank them. Memory of Mohl 17, 2002 ITimes I've Thought of You I've thought of you, times rye cried, have saved you, have died. I loved yoiJ dearly, I love you still. heart you have a place no one else can fill. my .heart to lose you, didn't go alone. me went with you ' God took you home. Bobbi, & Willy SUBMITTED PHOTO Shannon Zueger was the grand prize winner of a bicycle for the Sunrise Child Care Association's carnival. Police beat occurred against her May 7. fine of $500 and up to six The investigation revealed the months in jail. Knowingly giv- facts of the report to be false, ing false information in a report It's required by law to give is a misdemeanor with the pur- accurate reports. Giving a false pose of implicating another per- report is against the law and son. punishable with a maximum Our trained specialists will replace or repair your car's windshield quickly, carefully and ]ffordably. The auto glass experts! All major credit cards accepted. 710 W. Holly 482-1544 Windshield replacement Rock chip repair Window tinting Free pickup.& delivery Insurance approved Loaner car provided Side, back & vent glass Open House for. ..... . Jessica Jacobsen. Mike Evans . Levi Wdtikol. Mike Livers . Jason Evans set re BY RAY TRUMPOWER Chairman Eastern Plains RC&D Area, Inc. Carbon Sequestration,there is really nothing new about it! It's just a new way of looking at tra- ditional conservation practices. The transfer of carbon credit rights is a new marketable com- modity that provides landown- ers and communities with a new source of revenue. A "Riparian Forest Buffers and Carbon Credit Workshop" will be held at the Cottonwood Inn (800- 321-8213) in Glasgow beginning at 8 a.m. June 12 and continuing until 4 p.m. June 13. Workshop participants will receive training and information on developing carbon sequestra- How much does your itsy-bitsy-teenie- weenie bikini Really Cover? Hair removal for arms - legs underarms - bikini zones Plus U-VFree Tanning ,Advanced Aesthetic Skincare Landmark Bulldlng 2B Wllllston I tion projects in conjunction with riparian forest buffers, with assistance through USDA con- servation cost-share programs. In addition participants will learn to develop projects for entry in the emerging carbon sequestration trading market, assuming project viability and landowner agreement. Workshop participants will learn how to plan carbon seques- tration activities on riparian for- est buffers, and document the resulting carbon sequestration units in a manner that adheres to international standards and meets the needs of potential buy- ers. Anyone interested in attending the workshop may register by contacting Julie Goss by June 1 at 406-433-2103 ext. 101 or or con- tact Mike Carlson at 406-433- 5024 or For a copy of the handbook used during the workshop, visit www.nationalcarbonoffsetcoali- Deadline for the issue of the Sidney Herald will be pom Our office will be closed Monday, May 26. The May 28 paper will be delivered Wednesday night. il ne/, geral J/.ea er 482-2403 310 2nd Ave. NE Sidney Church of Christ Corner of 4th St. & 9th Ave. SW Now is the time to set aside One very special day for our 2003 VBS THE WAY Saturday, May 31 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. K-6th grade Schedule of events: Weather permitting, all classes will be outside. Wear appropriate clothing, long pants only, no open toed shoes. It begins at 9 a.m. bus will leave for an exciting adventure. Return to church at 4:45 p.m. for Our goal is to take the kids into nature to teach them in the same type of setting Christ would have, Summer has begun: What a better idea then to start it off with a big bang and leam more about the Bible and Jesus, of course, there will be crafts, FOOD and fun. Parents, we need you to join us at 4:45 p.m. Our very special VBS students would like to show you what they have leamed... and join them at the FAMILy BBQ! I I Benjamin Duncan U.S. Army, Lieutenant 2 years of service Field Artillery Officer Multiple Launch Missile Systems raduate of Billings Senior High School in 1997 Parents: Robert and Jacquelyn Duncan randparents: Glayde and Cora Yoder (Deceased) I.B.E.W Local Union 988 and LYREA Employees "Home of the world's 2nd loudest car." Craig Gebhardt U.S. Army, Staff Sergeant 10 years of service Occupation: Operating Room Technician/NC Graduate of Sidney High School in 1993 Wife: Andrea Children: Andre'; stepchildren, Sasha and Taj Parents: Ron & Yvonne Gebhardt Grandparents: Keith & Audrey Mmak Grandmother: Essie Gebhardt 01C-OR 2000 Eastern Montana Veterans Home 406-345-8855 Montana Ave,, Glendive, itchalrs Sidney 482-4927 Baker 778-3221 Nicholas Gebhardt Army National Guard, Sergeant 1 year of service in National Guard, prior 4 years of service in U.S. Army Occupation: Communication Graduate of Sidney High School in 1996 Parents: Ron & Yvonne Gebhardt Grandparents: Keith & Audrey Mrnak Grandmother: Essie Gebhardt Post 4099 124 2nd Ave. NE Sidney To ourSidney Eagles in the armed services, know that you are in our thoughts and that we await your safe and speedy return to friends and family. Sidney Schools