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Sidney alum wins global leadership award. B1 Athlete of the Year nominees SUNDAY, JUN E 2, 2019 111th year, No. 39 SIDNEY, MONTANA ~ $1 FORTHE: . Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church Vacation Bible School begins Monday, June 3 until June 7. it will run from 8:30 am. 12 pm. for its duration. Ages 3 and potty trained through sixth grade are welcome. Registration can be found at or call 406-433-7479. Summer Art Camp begins for the week Monday, June 3, at MonDak Heritage Center, ages 12 and over. Cost is $50 for nonmembers and $45 for members, space is limited. Call 433-3500 for more information or to sign up. Third Annual Damon McLaughlin Memorial Golf Tournament (four- person scramble) at Sidney Country Club will be Saturday, June 8, from 9 am. 6 pm. Cost is $100 per person. Looking to get out of town this weekend? The Bull Moose Mud Run is in Medora, North ,_ Dakota, Saturday, June 8, . beginning at 1 pm. it's a Badlands obstacle course. Online registration can be found at moose-mudderm Culbertson Fire Department will host their breakfast at the Wild West Diner on Saturday, June 8, from 7 — 10 am. Free will donations are accepted. DEATHS Ricky Dale Cooley, 55 ‘ Joan Louise Hall, 89 Jeanette Swihart Hilbert Suko, 86 llllllll 21001| Page A3 iiiii Will 5 9 Source: Rocky Mountain Oil Journal sponsored by UINTAH WKQM’WVMWW? e Q&A BY NICOLE LucmA Sidney Herald What are you most looking forward to this summer? anuwfl Heather Hostetler "Taking my five kids swimming at the pool." Tristin Fahrnot "Getting back to work at Cowboy Crane Service." Erika Klodt me out of the house.” "Working because it gets Don Swenson "Vacation and a family reunion in Eureka.” Kenny Van Horn "Fishing and gardening. Also spending time with my family." ALL SMILES Mother’s Day contest winner ,Tbewinneesfthefidwue Herald Mother’s Day photo contest are Leslie Whiteman and her son Jamison. The pair stopped by the Sidney Herald to. pick up their prize -— a a , $100 gift card to Reynold's Market and a year subscrip- ti0n to the Sidney Herald. EDUCATION Bus drivers recognized for dedication BY NICOLE lUCINA Sidney Herald Throughout the school year, teachers and students have been recognized for their varying ac- complishments, but there’s a group of people who seem to have been overlooked: the bus drivers. With 25 bus and activity drivers, therearesciuite a few people who put in a lot of work" throughout the year. “We transport the most precious; cargo,” saidbus driver Shelly Moran. Moran said, one of the most im- portant things for people to re- member is to stop when the red flashing lights and stop sign are showing on the bus. One of her worst experiences was when a child exited her bus and was hit by someone who didn’t stop when they were supposed to. “It just comes down to everybody , . is in a hurry and just remember,“ that could be your .child that on the bus,” she said. The longest route a driver has to SeeDRIVERS,Pagen "(The kids) beCome ' yours. . .yOu watch them grow. ...They’re an extension of you, Tami Edinger, driver 5 for almost 27 years CRIME McGhee convicted of indecent exposure Sidney man faces up to $50,000 in fines and four years imprisonment BY MY VENN Sidney Herald Barak James McGhee, age 32 of Sidney, was convicted of indecent exposure to .a minor in Montana Seventh Judi- cial District Court in Richland County on May 22. Before McGhee is sentenced, Judge. Kath- erine Bidegaray ordered him to undergo a’ psy- cho-sexual evaluation, which will re- sult in a rec- ommendation as to treat- ment and risk level. McGhee was 0 r i g i n ally charged with two counts of indecent exposure to a minor in late 2018 when two minors, both age 9, came forward with al- legations. The victims said he exposed himself to them during a visit to his apartment. The same two minors were prior victims of McGhee McGhee’s, according to i a brief by Deputy Coun- ty Attorney Charity Mc- Larty. In the brief, it is stated the defendant was accused in North Dako- ta of gross sexual impo- sition in January 2015. Court documents indi-' ‘cate the mother of the victims brought allega- tions forward in both , cases. According to the Mon- tana Code Annotated, a person convicted of inde- cent exposure to a minor can face up to,$50,000 in fines, a prisontermof up to four yearsg‘or both» '5 Sentencing fortMcGhee will take place in dis- trict court onMOnday; July‘ls, at 10:30 am. Cat! me today! {14.06} i33~3010 1213 2nd St, silt 0 Sidney. Mi Am .