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Rice leaves Rocky for Montana, A4. The eVolution of wildfire suppression, A5. i I WEDNESDAY, JULY I0, 2019 ~ lllth year, No. 50 ~ SIDNF'- N $1 II 5 ' Saturday, July 13, will be a full day in Sidney and the area. Take a look at all the events coming up. Sunrise of the Arts Festival, Veterans Park, Sidney, 8 a.m. -- 4 p.m. The day is full of entertainment, vendors, food and much more. Check with the Sidney Chamber for a full schedule of events. Sherry and Janae Softball Tournament, South Meadow Softball Complex. Cost is $100/ team, dance to follow at 8 p.m. at the Event Center. For more information, follow Facebook page "Sherry & Janae's Softball Tournament" or call Tammy at 489-0451. Classic Wheels Car Show, 9:30 a.m. -- 6 p.m Moose Park, Sidney, hosted by Richland County Sportsmen's Club. Award presentation at 4p.m. Back Yard Community BBQ, Meadowlark Public House, 5 -- 10 p.m. A few neighborhood businesses are teaming up for an outdoor evening celebration with food vendors, music, drinks, shopping and outdoor games. For something a little out of town, try the Fort Buford Encampment. Event will be all day long, featuring demonstrations of soldier life on the frontier at Fort Buford during the 1870s. Including rifle drills, cannon drill and firing demonstration at 2 p.m telegraphy, early communications, recruitment of new members. All events are free. INSIDE Around Town A2 Classifieds A6-8 D.eaths A3 Sports A4 DEATHS Meghan Paige Krugler, 14 Page A3 7 IIUW!!V Ul!!!t!ll. tf ii ii A BY NICOLE LUCINA Sidney Herald "Online. With "1 guess go 'TII have to try four kids and without. Or to stick to Main one income I'm probably go to Street, it's hard to going to have Williston to go to get to Williston all to:' WalmarU the time:' - Brook Nilsen - Georgia Hopfauf - Mary Spaabeck "1 guess out of town. I try to stay in town as much as l can:' - Jennifer Dore Gearing up for the Fourth of July parade last Thursday is Tatum Wlsemen. SUBMITTED BY JERI CHAPMAN PHOTO COURTESY OF MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES "I mostly buy everything here (Reynolds) but if l have to go somewhere else I go to Walmart in Miles City. It's nice and stocked" - April Johnson HB 405 to be fine tuned and introduced to Legislature again next session BY NICOll LUCINA S~.ey Herakl With the most recent Legislature session ending, Rep. Joel Kraut- ter spoke at a Kiwanis meeting about all the bills he sponsored. One of those bills being HB 405, also knowns as the "Catch and Keep" bill. With a further look into HB 405, Krautter took the time to explain in depth what the bill is, what they hope to achieve from the bill and what he plans to do to get it passed in the next Legislature session. The Catch and Keep bill is aimed to- ward incentivizing skilled young profes- sionals to live and work in rural areas. "I think young people, college students, they go off to college towns. After graduating, those towns are full of young people and that life- style is something that draws young people in," Krautter said. See HB405, Page 16 Repi Joel Krautter :,'people who go to college and get degrees are general- ly responsible peo- ple. The chances of them skipping out and not paying the state back are lower than if it were just a random person" Joel Krautter Call tod ask about ou,r same day cr~r~ Dr. Richard L. Fink Dr: Erin B. Fink D.M.D D.D.S DENTAL CENTER! 406-433-4422 122 2nd St. SEo Sidney, MT "Orthodontics provided by Dr. Tony Fisher, Certified Orthodontist"