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Al4 SIDNEY HERALD. SUNDAYJUNE l6,20l9 NEWS WRESTLING FROM PAGE 1 2017). Those two, plus Terry Williams in 2009, will make three Sidney Eagle wres- tlers inducted into the hall offame. This year the Eagle wres- tling camp drew 182 ath- letes from Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska and Wyo- ming. "I think when you’re team’s doing well, everyone wants to see what you’re doing," Melby said. On Friday, Sidney wres— tlers left for the University of Minnesota for a two and a half day camp there. Come Mondgyygiune 17, 50 Sidney wrestlers and six coaches leave for Orlando, Florida, to compete against 200 other PHOTO BY AMY VENN Brandon Eggum, right, gives tips to young wrestlers during the Eagle Wrestling Camp on Tuesday, June 1 1. teams in a the high school nationals duel. The Eagle camp served as preparation for the tournament. , “Biggest thing is getting them into shape,” said Dick- inson State wrestler and former Sidney Eagle Gresh Jones. "It’s summer time, they’ve been sitting on the couch and not doing a whole lot. [We are] getting them fine tuned and get- ting them conditioned.” PRESIDENT , TRON PAGE 1 cases, unprecedented —— spring flooding.” The Fairview-Cart- wright area was among IoCations where un’ precedented flooding occurred in the state. Nearly 110 residents were displaced from their homes for days. Residents say that area has not experienced flooding for 70 years or more. A survey by Team Ru- bicon of the area found nine homes completely destroyed and 12 with major damage. Several others suffered minor damage for a total of 29. About 14,400 acres of cropland were also flooded, delaying, and in some cases prevent- ing altogether, spring planting. McKenzie County Emergency Manage- ment Director Karolin Jappe has already been talking with the US. Army Corps of Engi- neers about reducing flood hazards in the Fairview-Cartwright Enhanced C Improvd area. McKenzie County is coming up on its five- year hazard mitiga- tion plan. Jappe plans to stipulate that the plan must include un- incorporated areas of the county, such as Ar- negard, Cartwright and East Fairview. FEMA has grants each year that emergen- cy management direc— tors can apply for. “If (the projects) are ’ in my plan, my chances of approval are greater than if they are not in the plan,” she said. The disaster declara- tion could make addi- tional funds available for hazard mitigation in the area, Jappe said. What the disaster declaration won’t do is trigger individual assis- tance from FEMA. The damage assessments for individual homes weren’t widespread or high enough. The nine families who have lost homes are working to rebuild their .will win $500 cash July 2, 2019.* ,, Ami-{5' Notifications:ff", Breaking News! Local Coverage! ,. _*0ne winner will be chosen at random from every email that downloadst, app before June 30, 2019 at midnight. Must download APP and then sign up for a chance to win. Full contest rules are available at our office. Sidney v Herald 310 2nd Ave NE Sidney ‘ , ov,__C-3rag:1e“’”it : ' gnaw“. f . Acces homes and their lives. Many of them face sec— ond, mortgages. Some Of them had been set to retire debt free, but no more. . The North Dakota Legislature has ap- proved low-interest loans of up to $75,000 for families in that area to use toward the cost of rebuilding. Jappe, meanwhile, has set up a relief fund to try and help the fam— ilies. It is being man- aged by Lutheran So- cial Services. Families int he flood area fill out an application and members of the Unmet Needs Committee, which is comprised of Fairview-Cartwright community members, meet with the families and review the appli- cations to determine how best to divide the donations. Jappe said fundrais- ing has been good, but not as good as it was for thetornado. I , i l i x BRANDON EGGUM, UNIVERSITY or MINNESOTA HEAD WRESTLING COACH "SOMETIMES IT’s HARD TO HAVE ENOUGH PEOPLE ON THE ROSTER To PROVIDE A FULL LINE-UP ON A TEAM. AT LEAST IN WRESTLING, YOU Go OUT ON THE MAT, YOU Go OUTDY YOURSELF AND YOU DICTATE YOUR SUCCESS. IT’S NOT ALWAYS THE MOST TALENTED KID — THERE’S No DOUBT THE SUCCESSEUL KIDS HAVE TALENT —— BUT IN A SPORT LIKE THIS THE DEDICATION AND WORK EIHIC PLAY A HUGE ROLE. lE YOU’ RE MENTALLY TOUGH, YOU’RE GOING To BE GOOD AT WRESTUNG.” Tuesday, June 1 PHOTO BY AMY VENN Wrestlers practice moves at the 32nd Annual Eagle Wrestling Camp last 1 June 10. 1. EHQTo'DY AMY VENN ‘ Former Sidney Eagle wrestler Gresh Jones, now entering his senior year wrestling with Dickinson State University, coaches two youngsters at the Eagle Wrestling Camp on Monday, During the Eagle Wrestling Camp on Monday, June 10, young wrestlers Bo Rhindahl, bottom, and Brody Keyser share a laugh while practicing technique. PHOTO BY AMY VENN 0|.D TIMERS FROM PAGE 1 permit to plant alfalfa on her property. The con- ditionalvuse permit was granted. Kali Godfrey, Don Smies and Ray Trum- power spoke about the Richland County Health Departments Communi- ties in Action group. They explained the different groups they have and the benefits of each group to the community. The "No Wrong Door” policy was discussed and was ex- PrOtecf H d A Varier of Colors Top Quality Moieriol ,_ Affordable Pricing plained as a referral system. "This is a great asset to the community,” Godfrey said. - A new agreement be- tween the city and the fire hall was discussed. Chang- es have been made to the agreement that was signed in 2017. It was tabled to be discussed at allater date. Bieber said that he has a meeting with county com- missioners and Would dis- cuss it with them further. - Public Works Director} Dan Murphy talked about winterizing and de-winter- izing of the parks. "If it’s do- ne right the first time there shouldn’t be any problems,” Murphy said. It was discussed to change city employee Ollie Rude from a part time em- ployee to a full time em- ployee. Clerk Faye Carlson said since it’s an in-house change, there’s no need to post the opening as a job to others. .. w Preserve YOUr Home WITH SEAMLEss GUTTERS aIIJacIe 406.978.2942 Wejiusre’. op quolity materials...