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AI2 SIDNEY HERALD. SUNDAYJUNE l6,20l9 NEWS LOCAL NEWS Sidney legislator receives Farm Bureau Rookie of Year Award Rep. Joel Krautter (HD—35) of Sidney, was presented Rookie of the Year Award during the Montana Farm Bureau Summer Conference June 11 — 13 in Bozeman. This award is given to a freshman legislator who went above and beyond in learning the legislative process and who served agriculture and rural Montana. Krautter, a Sidney law- yer, came into his first leg- islative session prepared to work on the behalf of his constituents. He car- ried HB 50 which provides protection and account- ability to the state’s farm- ers by giving the Depart— ment of Agriculture the ability to enforce agricul- tural commodity laws. An avid supporter of agricul- ture and rural Montana communities, he worked diligently to assure every bill he supported left a positive impact on rural Montana and the farm— ing and ranching families that call the landscape home. “Representative Kraut- ter is a smart and lev— el-headed legislator with a bright future ahead of him in the Montana Leg- islature,” said MFBF Pres- ident Hans McPherson. “The fact he has attend- ed our MFBF Campaign School makes this award especially satisfying. Farm Bureau looks for- ward to working with Rep- resentative Krautter in fu- ture legislative sessions.” MFBF Vice President Cyndi Johnson, MFBF President Hans McPherson, Rep. Joel Krautter and MFBF Lobbyists Nicole Rolf and Liv Stavick. . News American Red Cross campaign urges donors to fill the missing types by giving blood The American Red Cross launched the Miss- ing Types campaign to raise awareness for life- saving blood donations and urge the public to make an appointment to give blood this summer. During the Missing Types campaign, the letters A, B and O — the letters representing the main blood groups — are disappearing from brands, social media pages, signs and websites to illustrate the critical role blood donors play in helping patients. When the letters A, B and 0 vanish from everyday life, the gaps are striking. And when A, B, O and AB blood types go miss— ing from hospital shelves, patient care and medical treatments are affected. Blood transfusion is the fourth most common inpatient hospital pro— 212 2nd St. SE, . Sidney, MT Cozy little storefront with a little something for everyone! JEWELRY, ilflNDBflGS, SHOES. CLOllllNC ,Mg. . ,,xrw ~41: » cedure in the US. 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Don’t wait for the letters A, B and O to go missing from hospital shelves again.” To make an appoint- NMLSID #525727 Welcome ment to donate at the Sid- ney Community blood drive on Tuesday, June 18, from 12 — 6 pm. at St. Matthews Parish, donors can call the American Red Cross at 406—868-0911 or signup online at www. redcrossbloodorg sponsor code “Sidney.” TEEN CAMP ., ‘Juno 3rd-Bfli N Entering 9—12 grade RegistrationlMon' 9-11 a Camp ends Sat. Noon $150 Dr. Gooden V Michael Gooden, MD Entering 7—8 Grade 3a, Registration Mon 9-11 am Campends Sat. Noon LOCAL NEWS Construction on East Holly remains on schedule Construction on East Holly Street is progressing as planned and installa- tion of the storm drain will continue for the next two weeks. Cur- rently, the 6th Avenue intersection is closed for East Holly Street construction. All other intersections are open, and Coun— ty Road 351 is open to one-lane traffic. Con- struction will contin- ue to progress from east to west in two- block segments. Truck Traffic: Truck traffic will de- tour to Central Ave ,fimudcep,andfiawhi9fitfie€ooeafl9adio... James 6W. . , June,17th-21st . m. Entering 5—6 Grade egistration Mon 9—11 am Camp ends Fri. 12 noon $1 35 5:30 pm $50 "Parent may accompany .38 Hi 0AM? riGNEEti 6AM? chi/d$10 . June 10th-15th . , 2 June 24th-June 28th ............... 4. Trinity Health is pleased to welcome Michael Gooden, MD, a board—certified vascular/endovascular surgeon with over 20 years of experience caring for people with blood vessel disorders. innovative solutions that improve people’s lives. Working closely with patients and their providers, Dr. Gooden treats all aspects of peripheral vascular disease to improve lives and prevent disability. His expertise includes peripheral artery bypass, stenting‘, and-minimally invasive approaches to repair aortic aneurysms and other disorders. ‘ Originally from lowa and reared in Tucson, Dr. Gooden served six years in the US Navy as a Hospital Corpsman, and was recalled for Desert Storm. He received his medical doctorate at the University of Arizona. Following general surgery re$idency at the University of New Mexico, he completed a two-year vascular surgery fellowship at Cleveland Clinic in 2004. Vascular/Endbvascular Procedures & Conditions - Carotid endarterectomy/stenting o Open AAA repair/EVAR/TEVAR - Peripheral artery bypass - Stenting/angio’plasty Lower or upper extremity peripheral artery disease - Renal and mesenteric stenosis Nonhealing diabetic foot wounds - Dialysis access Health Center — West 101 3rd Avenue sw, Suite 201, Minot ND 58701 For appointments, please call 701-857-5764. mmnv w HEALTH A trinityhealth‘org l724l0 Entering 3-4 Grade Registration Mon 941 am Camp ends Fri. 12 noon and 14th St SE. Signage will guide truck traffic along the detour. A de- tour map can be found on the project website: involve/eastholly. For truck traffic heading to Sidney Sugars, special signage has been put in place to direct traffic along the detour to Sid- ney Sugars. Non-Truck Traffic: A detour route will not be established for non- truck traffic during the two-block closures of East Holly Street. Mo- torists should utilize al- ternative streets during closures. tests: seas~ .. ._ Easiest: it Tues. July‘1'6t Entering 1-2 Grade Registration Mon 9 am Camp ends after supper ................ .,