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A2 SIDNEY HERALD, SUNDAY, jUNE 2. 20|9 YOUR NEWS LOCAL NEWS Construction update for East Holly project The intersection at 8th Ave and East Holly Street is reopened. The intersection at 6th and East Holly is closed for storm sewer installation. Throughout the construction process, East Holly Street will be closed in two—block sections working from East to West. installation of the 72—inch storm sewer pipe along East Holly Street is progressing as planned and is estimated to be completed mid—June. After the pipe is installed, roadway construction will begin and is expected to run through mid-October. Truck Traffic: Truck traffic will detour to Central Avenue and 14th Street SE. Signage will guide truck traffic along the detour. A detour map can be found on the project website: eastholly Non-Truck Traffic: A detour route will not be established for non—truck traffic during the two~block closures of East Holly Street. Motorists should utilize alternative streets during closures. if you would like direct updates on East Holly construction, text "eastholly" to 555888, or email, or - call the construction hotline at 1-800-987-3681 YOUR PHOTOS Send us your hometown hero photographs The Sidney Herald is looking for updates on our hometown, military heroes. Do you have a picture in uniform? 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: Mail: 310 Second Ave., Sidney, MT 59270 New event planned during Sunrise Festival of the Arts SUBMITTED BY BILL VANDER WEELE An exciting new addi— tion is being offered dur— ing Sunrise Festival of the Arts weekend in Sidney on July 13. Richland County Sports- men’s Club is presenting the Classic Wheels Car Show at Moose Park on that same day. Moose Park is within a short walking dis- tance of the Sunrise Festival of the Arts at Veterans Me- morial Park. "We felt it will help not only with the crowd com- ing to the car show but also with the Sunrise Festi- val,” said Larry Christensen of the Richland County Sportsmen’s Club. Christensen said there seems to be a shortage of car shows currently in east— ern Montana. "People want to show their cars off,” Christensen said. "So, we decided to put on a show.” He noted there’s a pur- pose why the event is be— ing called Classic Wheels. "The reason we call it that is you. can bring anything you want — cars, trucks, mo- torcycles, tractors,” Chris- tensen said. Registration is 9:30 — 11:30 a.m. Cost is $25 for the judged category and $5 just to show your ve- hicle. The show opens at noon and closes at 6 pm. An awards presentation is scheduled for 4 pm. For more information, call Christensen at 406—489- 0589. Honors will be given to the top three partici- pants along with a People’s Choice award. This is the third year of the Richland County Sportsmen's Club. There are currently about 150 mem- bers. The organization’s main goal is to develop a shooting range in the area. "We’re doing pretty well," Christensen said of the club. ‘Lend Me a Tenor’ opens Fort Peck Summer Theatre Back by popular de- mand, “Lend Me a Tenor,” a multi-Tony Award winner, opens Fort Peck Summer- Theatre’s 50th season. A legendary farce, set in 1934 at the famous Cleveland Grand Opera Company, this side- splitting comedy fea- tures mistaken iden- tity, revolving doors, over-the-top opera per- sonas, and of course a love story. The production is di- rected by former FPST Artistic Director John Rausch, whose many credits with the com- pany include directing Lend Me a Tenor dur- ing the 25th Anniver- sary Season. Accord ing to current Artistic Director Andy Meyers, “We are honored to be welcoming back John to help us kick off our celebration season. It specifically feels in- credibly special and nostalgicgt‘hat ‘he di- rected Tenor as part of our last milestone anniversary.” The cast features familiar faces Alexa Etchart, Christen Etchart, Meyers, Jay Michael Roberts, Pam L. Veis and Megan Wiltshire, along with Rob Watson and Royce McIntosh, both making Pizza , s FOR DELIVERY . cm 433-1971 v 710 S Central Ave. Sidney SkilledNursing TermLife 8 LongTermCare 2.? ill ((JEA Phone: 40643322403 editorQiidneyh Kell ( , Publls I, V llarlei", i Multi-M Vla§ales KeriBrbwn‘; Classifiedfipeiialist""r . Periodical postage is paid at Sidney, MT 59270 holidays fall on these additional fee of $1.00 in the billing period when the section publishes. This will result in shortening the, of your billing period. Premium issues sdieduled for the 2019 months: March, May, August, November, 2019. These , months will have the effect of reducing the length of delivery service otherwise FuneralExpenses gcancer , gUnrversaiLife _, (gsmrtTermDisabilrty 309 2nd St my, Sidney, MT 59270/ Phone: (406)138-4366 ‘ imam tieran Murray Mr, F“; (406) 530.4433! , ’ gunner; literati]; 310 Ave NE, Sidney Mrvseziiojl; , The Sidney Herald (USPS 495—760) is "ea, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,. published two times weekly, Sundays and Wednesdays, except when certain days. In that case the publication will publish the day prior. The Sidney Herald is. a member of the Montana rAssoclption. ‘ Premium All subscriptions may include up to four premimn issues per year. For each premium issue, your account balance will be dumped an main @mew covered by your payment to subject to change without notice. POSTMASTER: , , ,, a Sendaddresswrre'ctionstoz. 4‘ ' Sidneyi-lerald;; , ‘r v 3102ndAveNE, . r Sidney, MT._5‘9'2,70’ .. if SingleCopy'PFidei ................. A: To subscribe, call 406-433-2403 With the purdiase of the paper, you can i ’ have free acces's to the e-Edltlon arrow ................... ..$69.00 (All subscriptions payable in advance) © 2019 Sidney Herald, a Wick Communications Company g All ri 1 his reserved. ‘ _ their FPST debut! Wat- son is the Production Manager at Arizona Broadway Theatre and McIntosh has previ— ously performed in the National Tours of Mamma Mia, Elf and South Pacific. . Performances are June 1 June'16, Fri; ‘ day and Saturday, at 7:30 pm, and Sunday at 4 pm. For more in- formation call 406-526- 9943 or visit fortpeck- Captain Keane fink For this weeks hometown hero, the Sidney Herald would like to spotlight Captain Keane Fink. Dr. Fink was sworn into the United States Air Force by his father, who is a US Navy vet himself. He was sworn in May of 2014 as a Lieutenant. Dr. Fink attended dental school at the University of Colorado, School of Dental Medicine in Denver, CO. Upon graduating his father commissde him to the rank of Captain. He then went to a five week commissioned officer training course at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, AL Dr. Fink will complete a year of advanced ' education in general dentistry at Wright: , , 2019 before moving to his next duty station at Andersen Air Force base in Guam, where he will spend the next 3 years of his career. y. T webs/tawwwsidneyhemldwn‘fzi / ‘~ e-EditionOnlyju. ; .V I. p_’," f, ZDays ..... .. ........$2.00 4‘ i w! 1M0nth..... ..$6.00 6 Months... $36.00 AROUND THE AREA Monday, June 3 Sidney"City Council meets at 6:30 pm. the first and third Monday of every month, unless otherwise noted, at City Hall, 115 Second St. SE. Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church Vaca- tion Bible School begins 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 foundiat svlcsid— or call 406—433— 7479. Summer Art Camp be- gins for the week, Mon— Dak Heritage Center, ages 12 and over. Cost is $50 for nonmembers and $45 for members, space is limited. Call 433-3500 for more infor- mation or to sign up. Tuesday, June 4 Confluence of Creativ- ity exhibit begins until July 27, MonDak Heri- tage Center. The Surging, Thunder- .. “flowering/2W Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, OH in Aug. ing Herd exhibit begins S a Sponsored by ' Please join us for " Gabriel Fisc _‘M-____ -A.-_,, ., until Aug. 31, MonDak Heri- tage Center. Wednesday, June 5 Richland County Nutri- tion Coalition meeting, Reynolds Market, 10 am. Friday,June 7 Opening reception for Confluence of Creativ— ity Art Exhibit from 6 pm. — 8 pm, with musical en- tertainment and refresh- ments. Saturday, June 8 Third Annual Damon McLaughlin Memorial Golf Tournament (four-person scramble) at Sidney Coun— try Club from am. 6 pm. Cost is $100 per person. Culbertson Fire Depart- ment breakfast, 7 10 am, Wild West Diner. Meal is free-will offering. Monday, June 10 Richland County Chronic Disease Coalition meeting, Community Services Build- ing,1 p.m. Summer Art Camp be- gins for the week, MonDak Heritage Center, ages 10- 12. Cost is $50 for nonmem— bers and $45 for members, space is limited. Call 433— 3500 for more information or to sign up. 2 Adult mental health first aid in ,y . L Mtgutheran Church, A ' 12:15pm. Cost is $25. ,r‘tojahgela. zaur@sitii‘ie.yhé Both sessions must be at- mpletion of view/131522. Must be 12 years old by June 11 to reg- ister. Adult mental health first ‘ aid training, Pella Lutheran Church, 8 a.m.— 12:15 pm. Cost is $25. RSVP to angela. Both sessions must be at- tended for completion of training. Wednesday, June 12 Healthy Kids Expo will be hosted at the Event Center at the fairgrounds in Sidney from 10 am. 3 pm. Food, fun and education will be available for the whole family. x a Thursday, June 13 Partnership for Promise monthly meeting, 10 am. at Community Services Building. Saturday,June 15 Movie in the Park. "Wreck-it Ralph” will be shown at Veteran’s Memo- rial Park 'in Sidney. Lawn games and booths start at 8 pm. and the ‘movie will begin at dusk. ‘ Grand opening and rib- bon cutting, Meraki Bou- tique, 314 S. Central Av- enue, 10 am. 4 pm. Monday, June 17 i ‘, Sidney City Council meets_,».at6;30 pgmathe first and third Monday ,of..eVery month), unless otherwise ’ noted, at City 'Hall, 115 Sec- ond St,.,SE.§ ; . . summer'A-r‘r Camp new :1 girls for the week, MonDak ngitage center, 9 am}: 12,1 ‘ fjages 3 -* 10.‘Ccist‘is sso‘; 7 'f nonmembers and S451 ramembers, space is lime; C8“ 433-3500for: nl rel nform‘ation or to ,signu Mars and Beyond, Register at or contact Pella Lutheran on Facebook. FOr ques- tions, calL433-3350. Wednesday, June 19 Painting for a Purpose, Meadowlark Public House, 6 pm. The event is fam- ily friendly and hosted by Out ofthe Darkness Com- munity Walk. Cost is $25, with 50 percent .donated back to the walk. Friday, June 21 Bakken Beat Down De- molition Derby, Richland County Fair and Rodeo grounds. Show starts at 5 pm. Saturday, June 22 Bakken Beat Down De-: molition Derby, Richland County Fair and Rodeo grounds. Show starts at 3 pm. Saturday, June 29 Autism Awareness 5k run/walk. Registration be- gins at 8 am. at Peterson Park. Race begins at 9 a.m., Registration can also be done at visionofhopenet. [heran Church Vactrra 11 leg School, Junei17f21r ; ages 4 through fifthgrade.‘ ... “Juli n". “I”! i...