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12A-Wechesday, June 11, 2003 ~lney Image Enhancement Task Force Quelti0l~nade/Auessement Results 2003 I. Are you Centrally in support oft s project? 2. Would you support if there were additional funding sources available? 3, Would you support this project if the only funding available were a B.l.O.? 4. Would you be to contribute some time tO his project? 5, Do you have atly ~ or s~j~e~s for changes to this project? Total Owners: 37 Total tn ; 33 Serving the MonDak area since 1908 re: Skt~ Herak concer] ~y, BY ELLEN ROBINSON offices across the state. The middle cases were brought into Herald-Leader Yellowstone River Basle will be from elsewhere. The Richland County Health the focus due to the cluster of cases "The only people Department is asking the public reported in that area. be concerned with West to bring in ticks they find embed- "As for the West Nile Virus, I the people with weak ded in humans due to research systems and t being conducting concerning "We !; ommend doing another possible tick-borne dis- are asking poop,. vent getting ease in humans, who find ticks already LaPan said. The West Nile Virus, trans- embedded in the skin to The Department ferred by mosquito bites, is also a bring them alive in a zipHealth and Human rising concern mostly for horses, lock bag. We want to encourages people to spent outdoors during _ . "We are asking people whoknow where you were dusk when there is a high]! ast 2 , 0 o 0 find ticks already embedded in whenyou got it and where mosquito activity, 4 8 5 11 the skin to bring them alive in a sleeve shirts and long t eV e .... 2 1 zip lock bag. We want to know on your body was it dis- 't. eve -- , ,,-- =. where 3,ou were when you got it covered." insect,, repellent and where on your body was it , - Judy LaPan "Deet, and put screens { gn home's doors and le discovered. If a rash develops in ...... le yo the area of the bite in seven to 10 recommend prevention instead keep mosqmtoes out. b,, days, we would want them to of a panic. West Nile onlyingstandingwaterwhere acati come back to give a blood sam- affects a very small number of toes breed in the yard, .... .....,!,,,: ....... .....! ple,"JudyLaPan, administrator people," LaPan said. old tires, metal cans, 'husband,[ [ at the Richland County Health In Richland County last year pots, clogged rain gutters,| sth. s s , Department, said. there were eight cases of West pools, pool covers and hillffnivers rv :: ............................. ayt [ 8% I Public Health workers and Nile Virus in horses and none in "I would say in yard itdL .... made st _.[ j physicians in Montana, along humans There were three birdbaths, just make S te.-ihe-ca with another scientist, are plan- human cases reported in Men- change the water e v.el dwate (' ,, . water, Total Storefrontage: 299631 linear footage ning to investigate what appears tuna last year, and two of those days or so, LaPan said. t were Total tmervlew: 2725,51 ttneat footage to be a new disease of unknown we alTi' !U~--'':: r i "27~;2 lU~' 'l3a.z lunmr.,s i ~'I,2 I~.~'~ 1 8~,s ! Other:2 i45 ......... .... ! ..... i,I ...... ! ............. ,,1 ........... 1 ! , I, ,l t ..... lu.,,,,- I , t Ths survey showed more than 70 percent favored the,idea of having downtown renew- al In Sldney. from page 1 far as as a time frame," Conlon said. tion, as well as the MSU-Bozeman's guide, will The task force will also study concerns and sug- help determine a final downtown renewal plan. gestions made by property owners. That informa- .ivan, from phge 1 doubters out there will say 'let's see what happens here,' " Sulli- van said. "More importantly, I Last month, the school board didn't approve rehiring Brian Rogers back as the school's head Other goals include playing hard every day, being good teammates and showing corn- origin. There have been reports each year of human illness with a mysterious Lyme Disease-like lesion at the site of a previous bite from the Rocky Mountain Wood Tick. These reports have generally been dismissed in the past. Symptoms include mild illness and a red, expanding rash at the site of a previous tick bite. The rash looks like the "bull's eye" rash of Lyme Disease even though the germs that cause Lyme Disease are not known to exist in the ticks found in Montana. The purpose of the study is to learn to control the disease and improve public health. People eligible for the study should have a rash at least three cen- timeters in diameter with a his- tory of the tick bite at the rash site within the past 14 days This study is being conducted in county health departments and doctor's Ken for y, June 1 to 3 p.m. was t '.us at the f cr~ to tx by the do home. we were h ; house, D "Did the doJ replied an Refreshments Ken will be relocatin to Wisconsin. FIRST SECURITY 216 S. Ellery Fairview 742-5203 WEATHER A mitment to the program, hope they continue to support boysbasketballcoach. IW"O""O'*I[ 11 SO,O,* If Regardless of their feelings the kids" "I appreciate the confidence towar4 him in the past, Sullivan '~J' ....... ........ ''~,e~ "~* " ...... ............. ,J ~,~ " ...... ..... +:, ,. ...... ,,, . statrs b hopes allresidentswillsupport Farr and Activities Director showed ingivingmethejob," 11 J] the program. Mike Gear recommended Sulli- Sullivan said "I want to show| IJ [I .... |/ /I ave. rt" my pretty shn'=rsA couple.,,,4of Cloud's ..... and un' Pa ysun y rtl n Breezy w=th' Breezy" with a ,h.,~,..=,,,~,,.A shower sent the community. I hope any board approved the hiring dur- good decision here' ..................... and warm some sunshine ""shower t storm ..................... I ,-storms. II p,ee.n,. II ' 'II II"n'l s he Pageant; ing Monday's meeting. [78 500 82 5*0 580 J br, ruc I Chance of pracip: II ch = of pracip: I ichance of pracip: II 6h= co of pracip: I I c,a of pracip: II Ch; df"Pracip: II C .,f from page 1 Sidney Fire I ~ II s~ II s~ II 10% It 40*/. II ~'~ II ~ughtto Heart, a volunteer for children's carnivals and a doll maker for the hospital. "Definitely those who support leaders are leaders themselves. I would like to thank the commu- nity and my friends and family for the encouragement. I stress breaking the standards and not letting people put you in a certain place. Everyone desexes a chance without prejudgment. If you can make someone's life bet- mr, then you know you've done something," Eldridge said. Washed rock and sand, concrete, gravel and dirt hauling Phone: 482-1572 After Hours Phone: 482-5093 MT/ND Toll Free 1-888-482-1572 Sidney, MT All aeaa~ng & perennial plants ana rose bushes Greenhouse hours: Monday-Friday 9 a,m.-7 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Remember our Garage Sale is open during greenhouse hoursl Drug Flower Bin 402 E. Main, Sidney 482-1420 IIII!1 I I I I Thrifty iWhite Drug the '. been Wel Sidney statistics for the week ending June 9. Temperature: she High for the week ............................ 70 I'S door Low for the week ............................ 45 Normal high .................................... 78 it p: Normal low ...................................... 50* 'tbyth( Average temperature .................... 56.3* Normal average temp .................. 64.4* Temperature departure .................. -8.1" a fev Precipitation: to snag Total for the week .......................... 0.63" l'Ie waI Total for the month ........................ 1.00" ~ud w Total for the year ........................ 29.37" Normal for the month .................... 0.81" Shown is Fdday's w~r~. Temperatures are listm Friday night's lows,~stairs. Sun and Moon _- . ... . , ou lea Sundae Wednesday ............... 4:56 a.m. - ", - , Someo Sunset Wednesday ................ 8:54 p.m. A disturbance moving Moonnse Wednesday 5:44 p.m. across the region will spark a couple of showers and a tht~,,~ at th( ............ testy. It will turn out partly Moonset Wednesday 3:06 a.m. cloudy to~ is in store for tomorrow ~ Up ............. sunshine as temperatures climb into the u09et 70s under a building area of high p wt All forecasts and maps provided by will touch off a shower or two tomorrow night the cat AcuWuther, Inc. 02003 get a 1/2 price Wednesdays Trust The Experts Water Softeners Water Cooler Drinking Units Filtering Systems Free Water Testing I Locally owned and operated, with the experience and dependability you can count 406-433-3735 or 1-800-297-3735 1521 S Central Ave. Financing Available! 123,3rd. St. SW, Sidney Wednesday, June 11 Trustee & BOC Meeting 7 p.m. Lodge Meeting 8 p.m. Sunday, June 15 .50 beers all day