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I A2 SIDNEY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 2019 ) On Feb. 4, a bench warrant county, state, and was issued out of Montana Sev- federal laws and or- enth Judicial District Court in dinances and shall Richland County for the arrest conduct himself as a of Charles Wayne Bliss for vio- good citizen. Charles lating conditions of his sentence, Wayne Bliss, who is a felon3/. Crimestoppers would 33, white male, 6'1", like to remind everyone it is Bliss 285 pounds, with a crime to knowingly harbor a brown eyes and person that is wanted by a law brown hair. He has been known enforcement agency, to live in the Sidney, Missoula On Jan. 22, the Richland Coun- area and the state of Washing- ty Attorney's office filed a peti- ton. He was born in the state of tion for revocation in Montana Washington. Seventh Judicial District Court Bond has been set at $15,000. that the defendant, Charles It is felt Bliss has left the Rich- Wayne Bliss violated condi- land County area and may now tions of suspended sentence by maybe living in Missoula or (1) using or4aossessing alcoholic Newman Lake, Washington beverages and illegal drugs, (2) areas. He also goes by the name not receiving permission from Robert Allen Brown and has nu- his supervising officer or the of- merous tattoos. If you know this ficer's designee before leaving person or where he is living con- his assigned area and (3) not tact Crimestoppers or your local complying with all municipal, law enforcement agency. This warrant can be served in Wash- ington, Oregon, Nevada, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Montana, Colora- do, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma. If you have any information about Charles Wayne Bliss, you are urged to call CRIMES- TOPPERS at 433-6666 Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m you may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1000. You can also contact Crimestop- pers in Richland County any- time (24/7) by going to our new Crimestoppers website at rich- then going to submit a web tip or by texting the code CSRC plus your message to: 274637 (CRIMES). You can also contact the Richland County Sheriff's Office at 406-433-2919 or Sidney Police Department at 406-433-2210. BULLETIN BOARD Notice change of ownership Fulkerson Funeral Home, located on 315 2nd Street NW in Sid- ney, has been sold to Joseph D. Stevenson and Todd F. Steven- North Central Ave- nue. Online registra- tion is at https://reg- view/131521, No late registration, class is limited to 75 people. If under 18, a parent or guardian must be son on Nov. 1, 2013, present at orientation. aperating under an S. Must be 10 years old by Corporation with the: orientation date to reg, name of Fulkers~ Fu- ister. Class schedule is neral Home Inc. Fulk- Aug. 5, 6, 8 and 9, from ~rson Funeral Inc, is 6 -- 9 p.m and Aug. 10 ~wned and managed from 8 a.m. -- 2 p.m. by Joseph D. Stevenson Contact Larry Chris- ~md Todd F. Steven- tensen at (406) 489-0589, ~on with the address Ron Sorenson at (406) af 1717 Main :Street, 488-7664 or Jim Miller Miles City. Fulkerson at (4.06) 489-1653, F~neral Home will remain at the same MbU,tAKtlKICnlann address and the morti- aian-in-charge is Rob- Pulver. For any uestions or concerns please feel free to call 406) 488-2805. Hunter ed classroom County Extension Field Day MSU/EARC/Rich- land County Exten- sion's 39th Annual Field Day is Tuesday, July 16. After morning refreshments~from 8 -- {ourse~:, ~ !~i: :. ~ 8"30 a.m~IST, the wel' Orie~tat4on a~@w/dk- come ar~l introduction in registration for the will begin at 8:30 a.m. tall 2019 hunter educa- A lunch sponsored by [ion class will be Mon- area businesses will be /lay, July 29, at 6 p.m served after the tour at Richland County in the large conference Extension office, 1500 room. MSU Eastern Agricultural Research Registration dates Center/Richland Coun- at the high school will ty Extension facility is be July 15 - July 26. located one mile north Hours: 8 a.m. -- 3 p.m of Sidney on the east Monday -- Thursday side of Highway 200. and Friday 8 a.m. - Call 433-2208 for more noon. We will have a information, mobile lab to assist you in setting up your par- High school ent portal if needed. All registration fees may be paid at this time (or on line using Sidney High School your parent portal). will not be having the If you choose to reg- traditional registra- ister electronically tion as in years past. through the website: In order to serve you Website registration better, you will have a will be July 1 - July choice to either go to 26. Please go to the the website, download school website: sidney. forms and e-mail them on the high or come in person to school page there will the high school office, be a list of PDF forms, As always, parents one list of forms for re- may conveniently edit turning SHS students, their child's personal one for new students information (includ- and one list of optional ing address, phone, forms. etc.) using the parent Please either fill out portal on the Infinite the applicable PDF Campus website at any forms and mail them time throughout the to mneff@sidney.kl2. school year. Our guid- or print them off ance counselors will and bring them to the be in the office Aug. 12 school during business - Aug. 16 for any ques- hours. All fees may be tions/requests regard- paid online. There is a ing classes, link to the campus por- If you are coming to tal on the website if you the school to register: do not have the app. 'Prehistoric Fish of the Yellowstone'at Makoshika State Park Montana State Parks ( will host the Summer Campfire Program "Prehistoric Fish of the Yellowstone" at Makoshika State Park on Friday, July 12, at 7 p.m. Join Fish Biol- ogist Mat Rugg as he takes you on a journey through time in this presentation about Pal- lid Sturgeon and Pad- dlefish, the prehistoric fish of the Yellowstone River. Pallid Sturgeon, with a unique dino- saur-like appearance, are one of the rarest fishes in North Amer- ica and have been swimming around since the dinosaurs. Paddlefish survived from an ancient and primitive group and may be the oldest big game animal surviving in North America. Mat Rugg is a Fish Biologist from Mon- tana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and is based out of Glendive. Thispro- gram is free and open to the public and will take place at the Mako- shika State Park Vis- itor Center. For more information call (406) 377-6256. What: Summer Campfire Program: Prehistoric Fish of the Yellowstone When: Friday, July 12, 2019 at 7:00 pm t NOW::: 2120PEN2nd St, S / Sidney,MT I | Presented by East-Mont Enterprises, INC I METRO CREATIVE CONNECTIONS Where: Visitor Cen- Park, 1301 Snyder Ave. http://stateparks. ter, Makoshika State Glendive, MT Open House at the Savage Senior Center AROUND THE AREA Wednesday, July 10 Richland County Nutrition Coalition 10 a.m Reynold's Market. Thursday, July 11 Bingo at the South 40, 7 p.m. Meeting, Friday, July 12 Story time, Sidney-Richland County Library, 10:30 a.m. -- 12 p.m. Kids ages O-S welcome for stories, finger plays, songs, dancing and crafts. Kiwanis Pie Social, 10:30 a.m. -- 2:30 p.m Sidney Middle School. Saturday, July 13 Sunrise of the Arts Festival, Veterans Park, Sidney, 8 a.m.--4 p.m. Sherry and Janae Softball Tournament, South Meadow Softball Complex. Cost is $1001team, 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 4 p.m. Williston Airport Fly-ln, 7 a.m. -- 12 p.m. CST, Sloulin Field International Airport, Williston. Breakfast will feature airplane rides, static aircraft displays, model aircraft and equipment displays. Admission is free with a free-will donation inside. 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. 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. Richland County Farmers Market, 7:30 a.m -- noon, located across from IGA in the old law enforcement parking lot by the library. Find the events on Facebook at "Richland County Farmers Market." Sunday, July 14 "Every Brilliant Thing," play at Sidney Middle School auditorium, 2 p.m. Cost is free. ABATE of Montana chapter meeting, 4 -- 5 p.m Ranger Lounge. For more information, contact Misty Metcalf, 701-218-0232 Erin Lambert, 574-870-4874 Kristin Kennedy, 406-480-0029. 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, telegraphy, early communications, recruitment of new members. All events are free. Bob Petermann to perform at MonDak Heritage Center, 3 p.m. Monday, July 15 Roundtab!ediscussip~ '~* ~,~,: ,~ ~ ,~, betwdleO~Ricfl'~and Coqnty ~ Commissioners, SidneY City Counci! and Montana- Dakota Utilities, 3 p.m Richland County Extension office. Open house for the public to follow at 4 p.m. and a meal hosted by MDU at their new office location (1260 East Main Street) will be at 5 p.m. Sidney City Council meets at 6:30 p.m. the first and third Monday of every month, unless otherwise noted, at City Hall, 115 Second St. SE. Tuesday, July 16 MSU/EARE/Richland County Extension's 39th Annual Field Dayl After morning refreshments from 8 -- 8:30 a.m. MST, the welcome and introduction will begin at 8:30 a.m. A lunch sponsored by area businesses will be served after the tour in the large conference room. MSU Eastern Agricultural Research Center/Richland County Extension facility is located one mile north of Sidney on the east side of Highway 200. Call 433-2208 for more information. Business After Hours, Shoppes at Peifer's General Store, 4 -- 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 17 Alcohol server training, Elk Lodge, 6 p.m. To pre- register, call Sidney Chamber of Commerce at 433- 1916 or email 310 2nd Ave NE, Sidney MT 59270 Phone: 406-433-2403 months will have the effect of reducing the length of delivery service otherwise covered by your payment. Months are subject to change without notice. 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