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A2 SIDNEY HERALD, SUNDAY. MAY 26, 2019 YOUR NEWS LOCAL NEWS Makoshika State Park youth program returns The Summer Youth ram at Mako- shika State Park re— turns May 30 through August 1. These weekly programs are held every Thursday from 9:30 -11:80 am. and keep child in en- gaged and learning during the summer school break. They will provide educa— tional learning oppor tunities in a variety of fun activities and settings. The series kicks off with the program “Oh. Deer." All ani- mals need food, water. shelter and space, but the amounts needed to survive vary by species. In this pro- gram, students will explore these four 3 o I ‘ ' '» cam‘pout on Aug. 7 and 8. All programs meet at the visitor center. Participants should bring a water bottle, bugspray sunscreen and dress appropii~ ater for the weather; no flip‘t‘lops, please. Program schedules and registration forms are available at the Makoshika State Park Visitor Center. Please contact Sue roye at (406) 377—6256 for more information. Due to liability is— sues we must have at least one additional adult (besides our in» structors) per 10 par— ticipants. Parents are strongly encouraged to signup with their children and share I I I " YOUR PHOTOS Send us your hometown hero photographs The Sidney Herald is Iooki updates on our hometown nil heroes. Do you have a picture in unifo '. How about a family member going through bootcamp or change of duty station? We would love to feature them in our Military Spotline section, which begins soon. Email: editoriuisidneyheraldcom Mail: 3l0 Second Ave, Sidney, MT 59270 BULLETIN BOARD Richland County Treasurer would like to remind taxpayers that the second payment of 2018 real property taxes and first payment of 2019 mobile home taxes are due by POLICE BEAT May17 Taylor Highsmith, 25, Sidney, was arrested for criminal possession of a dangerous drug, felony, criminal possession of drug paraphernalia, disorderly 5 pm. on Friday, May 31. Payments and payment coupons may be mailed or brought to the Richland County Treasurer, 201 West Main, Sidney, MT 59270. Office hours are 8 am. ~ 5 $2,870. He was additionally arrested on authority of a warrant from the Department of Corrections Probation and Parole for non-compliance. No bond was set. p.m., Monday—Friday. For your convenience, payment drop boxes are located in the courthouse lobby and in the alley behind the courthouse. Any payments postmarked, dropped in the Corrections Probation and Parole of a probation violation. No bond was set. May 19 Jake Butler, 34, Sidney, was arrested for partner or family I n. x.---- drop boxes or brought to the treasurer’s office after 5 pm. on Friday, May 31, will be assessed penalty and interest charges according to MCA 15-16—101. Please call 433—1707 with any questions. order. Bond was set at $5,000. Jake Butler, 34, Sidney, was arrested for burglary, felony, and theft of property exceeding $1,500. Bond was set at $20,000. John Sigala Jr., 38, Sidney, .. A ..