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, Servin the MonDak area since 1908 Sunday, June 29, 2003-5A area i~i~ii~il ~i~ ~ RICHLAND OPPORTUNITIF' PHOTO BY BILL VANDER WEELE the new bus for Richland Opportunites are ROI board members, from left, Tim Randy Olson, Tami Hochhalter and Craig Averett with ROI executive director Jensen. Opportunities Inc. recently received a new Chevrolet/Goshen Coach mini-bus to a 1996 model. The new was a cooperative effort by Montana Department of Transit Division the ROI Foundation Inc, to transportation to men women with developmental served by ROI. grant request was written to DOT Transit Division and awarded to ROI on condi- it could furnish 20 percent funds, with the Transit providing an 80 per- club meeting Sidney AAU Wrestling a meeting Sunday at .m. in the city shop. boys who went to Florida make their reports at that cent federal match. Bill Brenner and Kathy Iversen. ROI has three mini-buses in The president and vice president service, all of which were pro- of the ROI Board are also tern- cured with the local matching porary members of the Founda- funds, tion Board, and cun-ently they The ROI Foundation Inc. has are Randy Olson and Tami been in existence since 1993 and Hochhalter. helps to fund items for the peo- If you would like more infi)r- pie at ROI that could not other- marion or would like to donate wise be funded, including Spe- to the ROI Foundation Inc. the cial Olympics. address is HC 89 Box 5172, Sid- The board ofdirectors are Tim ney. MI" 59270, or call Dick Feeley, Craig Averett, Dr. Roger Jensen, executive director of Anderson, Katherine higoin, ROI at 488-3341, ext. #4. FREE ESTIMATES Sidney Court report The following individuals appeared in Sidneyand drinking no intoxicants whatsoever. City Court: • Matthew James Reynolds, 18, Sidney, was • Shane Herbst, Sidney, was charged with con- charged with possession of alcohol while the age tempt of court t]or failure to make time payments of 18 years or over, second offense, on June 22. and failure to appear on May I. Herbst was found Reynolds pleaded guilty on June 23 and was fined guilty on June 23 and was sentenced to one day ira $250. ,jail. • Matthew Scott Degn, 20, Sidney, was charged The following individuals appeared in Rich- with driving or in actual physical control of a land County Justice Court: motor vehicle while under the influence of alco- ° Tyson Daniel Murphy, 20, Circle, was charged hol/drugs and operating a motor vehicle without with possession of alcohol while the age of 18 liability protection in effect or failure to carry years or over on June22. Murphy pleaded guilty proof of insurance on April 20. on June 23 and was fined $150. Degn pleaded guilty to both charges per plea • Patrick Duane Nelson, 20, Circle, was charged agreement on June 24. For driving or in actual with possession of alcohol while the age of 18 physical control of a motor vehicle while under the years or over on June 22. Nelson pleaded guilty on influence of alcohol/drugs, Degn was sentenced to June 23 and was fined $150. 10 days in jail, all suspended. The fine was set at • Taylor Lee Schipman, 19, Circle, was charged $345. Other conditions of the sentence included with possession of alcohol while the age of 18 attending ACT, following the recommendations of years or over on June 22. Schipman pleaded guilty counselors and state suspension of driver's on June 23 and was fined $150. license. For operating a motor vehicle without lia- • William E. Shull, 39, Sidney, was charged with bility protection in effect or failure to carry proof driving or in actual physical control of a motor of insurance, Degn was fined $270. vehicle while under the influence of • John Jay Kelly 1I, 18, Sidney, was charged with alcohol/drugs, second offense, on April 21). Shull possession of alcohol while the age of 18 years or pleaded guilty per plea agreement on June 23 and over, second offense, on June 22. Kelly pleaded was sentenced to six months in jail, all but seven guilty on June 23 and was fined $250. days suspended. The fine was set at $645. Other • John Jay Kelly 11, 18, Sidney, was charged with conditions of the sentence included attending possession of alcohol while the age of 18 years or ACT, tbllowing the recommendations of coun- over, third offense, on May 8. Kelly pleaded guilty selors, state suspension of driver's license and the per a change of plea on June 23 and was sentenced installation of an interlock device. to six months in jail, all but three days suspended. ° Devon Jannett Vaira, 19, Lambert, was charged The fine was set at $350. Other conditions of the with possession of alcohol while the age of 18 sentence included attending AC'I, following rec- years or over on June 22. Vaira pleaded guilty on ommendations of counselors, no violation of law June 23 and was fined $150. New I Sate Effective June 30 - July 5, 2003 Markdowns on Summer Apparel! • ~•,• :, "-~:~/,/.•• • ••-:/-. •:•..:,.. ~!i~•/.Έ, ••. ,.•::•~ • ~•••.:~ • .ii ...... f en S tu ffed •rite UL LB. Western Family .: H a m b u rge r Man /i•• "•••• : • .... i.• ns ...... :•!i Poise Pads MJ B Premium 16,20 , 22 ct. pkg. Ground 39 oz. Sun. 9 a.m)to 6 Sat,, July 5: