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Herald-Loader are, a Serving the MonDak area since 1908 vel}l PHOTO BY ELLEN WZNICK ' Sidney Kiwanis Club held its annual ice cream social at West Side Elementary v f lltool. Kiwanis members, Wilbur and Rhonda Rupp, help serve a dish of ice to student Jason Papineau during the fun event. t i i0n]iESLiE,,a MESSER I m nt manner. We were able to attend the breakout ses- ive director, Richland Economic Dove :Pd ~ct] sions in addition to listening to the featured speak- a brief review of the projects a "vi- ors in between. The focus this year seemed to be ]Ll' t our office has been working on during the on the results from the state's cluster study. For of May: on more information, visit the Montana homepage to m. 0J/e had the privilege to host the M tana see the results. The congressional delegation were c tSsadors meeting in Sidney May 1-2. There all in attendance, so we visited with each of them. aaO 0ver 14 guests from all over the state who We were pleased to bear the Essential Air Service ttary the meeting. They were very pleased funding has been restored for another year. the reception they received, and are looking Thanks to everyone who )rote letters to Baucus, to returning again soon. Burns and Rehberg to keep our service. are currently working with a marketing We filed our final paperwork wrapping up this year's legislative session with our lobbyist, Gary Amestoy. We feel Amestoy represented Richland County very well and his reports back to us were very thorough and easy to read. We look forward to having him represent us again. We conducted several membership visits in the area to these members: Sidney Herald-Leader, Omni Electronics Inc., Enid Huotari, Sidney Elec- tric and Headington Oil. We enjoy the opportuni- ty to keep in touch, gather ideas and catch up. We attended several meetings and events including: Lewis & Clark, Gateway to Opportu- nity, tours of the A-B project by Troy Jonson of conduct a feasibility study on a possible cuber here "in Richland County. We a grant for the feasibility and have coor- meetings with area growers to gather The study should be completed by I of June. have compiled the information gathered downtown interviews and will be releas- findings to the press as soon as possible. to all volunteers who helped with the have driven to the communities of Lam- Crane and Fairview taking new pic- developed a new look for our Web Interstate Engineering, and the oil industry of these pictures can be viewed at Richland County by Leo Miller of Headington , 'i Oil. We enjoyed the firsthand knowledge and /attended the Montana Economic Develop- experience they provided. We also took several ummit in Billings. We noticed this year s pictures to add to our Web site. Thank you, gen- was conducted in a more streamlined tlemen. receives )SS tana's congressman, Denny Rehberg (R- "Congressman Rehberg was instrumental in get- jlllaa) Monday announced a $2,000,000 feder- ting these funds released, which.will help put poe- se has been awarded to Sidney-Richland pie to work on airport projects around Montana," nt pal Airport. according to Cary Hegreberg, executive director " grant is an important part of our compre- of the Montana Contractors' Association. "We are _ effort to secure federal airport,,improve- grateful Denny stepped in, because a number of 9-1] nding for the state of Montana, Rehberg construction companies were sitting on their "doidney-Richland Municipal is crucial both hands, unable to put people to work until those funds were released." G economy of Richland County and to the 1 The last Big Sky flight before improvments 25lgr ,ant, under the U.S. Department of Trans- begin is scheduled for June 30. There will be no ton s Airport Improvement Program, will Big Sky flights in Sidney during July and Augtast. lty :lProject to repair deteriorating runway pave- Travelers can fly out of Glendive and Williston. fish1 tv J " circus CleaO us coming to Fairview June 23 isn't the Fairview will have the Bailey Circus at Fairview that came to Sidney last year, said Ray or' High School. The show starts at 7 p.m.June 23. executive director of the Fairview Start Brothers Circus came to Sidney last year. Advance adult tickets are $10 from the Fairview O ircus in Sidney last year was criticized Chamber. Tickets the night of the circus are $12. '0 ...... . of its high prices and d|sappomtmg enter- Children under the age of 14 get admitted free, but must be accompanied by an adult. 3idne~',i~t" enlngs for st 'okes scheduled tts living in and around the S idnevcom- arteries which can lead to a stroke, aortic p.r . [eap. , Can be screened to reduce their risk ofhav- t' ke. 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