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Field Days: Your source for Ag news, A14 & A15 FOR THE 1 A free play, "Every Brilliant Thing,” will be performed at Sidney Middle School auditorium, 2 p.m., on Sunday, July 14. I Need to network with other bikers? Attend the ABATE of Montana chapter meeting, Sunday, July 14, 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. Don’t miss the roundtable discussion between Richland County Commissioners, Sidney City Council and Montana—Dakota Utilities, Monday, July 15, 3 p.m., Richland County Extension office. Open house for the public to follow at 4 pm. and a meal hosted by MDU at their new office location (1260 East Main Street) will be at pm. Tuesday, July 16, is the MSU/ ,. EARC/Richland County Extension’s 39th Annual Field Day. After morning refreshments from 8 — 8:30 am. MST, the welcome and introduction will begin at 8:30 am. 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. Fairview Class of 1969 will celebrate their 50 year reunion in Sharbono Park in Fairview on Friday, July 19, at 5:30 pm. Family, friends and teachers are invited. INSIDE Around Town A2 Classifieds A6-A9 Deaths A3 Sports A4 DEATHS Tyler A. Hayden, 20 Karen Ann Anderson, 75 Caroline R. Kling, 87 Page A3 5007 ll l||Il|||ll 21001| m48828 7 9 “MW? EWWWAEWWM . \\\\\\\ Sidney Young Professionals to host 2021 summit nity,” Messer said. She requested permission of REC to become a BY AMY EFTA Sidney Herald R ichland Economic Development (REC) Executive Director Leslie Messer was invited to be a mem- ber of the Coal Country Coalition (CCC), made up of 15 counties from central to eastern Montana. “Because we have a small little coal mine in Savage, they wanted to have a representative of Rich- land County be included because member. of the effects of the closure of the Savage mine and how that’s going to domino through the commu- ROI receives check donation from ONEOK There is no monetary require- ment to be involved with CCC and it would mostly be a participatory basis for meetings with other coal communities who are facing or have faced facility closures. “The most fascinating thing is to hear how these communities are adapting and how they are stra- tegically looking at this vacant See REC, Page 16 PHOTO BY NICOLE LUCINA/SIDNEY HERALD/ ROI board members and clients join ONEOK employees during a check donation on Tuesday, July 19, for $20,000. ONEOK donated the money to ROI to help with the cost of their new recycling center. What was SU NDAY, JULY 14, 2019 ~ 111th year, No.51 SIDNEY, . ‘\\\‘ . iANA www.5idneyherald.com $1 HIGH . Economic development director joins Coal Country Coalition , . Attending the Montana Young Profes See a complete WP' ‘her 99 9’1 it, sionals Summit in Kalispell June 12 — 14‘are Sidney Young Professionals, back row from left, Vanessa Pooch, Joel Krautter, Jillian Stanek and Chadd Steffes. Front row: Kaleb Dasinger, Katie Dasinger and Heather VanGelder. "Sidney police officer charged 9 once just a patio is now an enclosed area used to sort recycling. Executive director Dan Peters said, "It helped with space, we were outgrowing our old space." with leaving the scene of a crime Roselles to appear in court July 22 BY AMY EFTA Sidney Herald Sidney City Police officer Alex Roselles was charged with leaving the scene of an accident and basic rule ~— reasonable and prudent, first offense, Tuesday, July Charging documents state on Feb. 11, 2019, Roselles was in an automobile acci- dent that caused? more than $1,000 worth of'damage to his vehicle and left the scene without permission from law enforcement. The second charge stems from the defendant operating the ‘ vehicle in a manner not rea~ sonable or prudent under the conditions at the time. SeeClIAIlGED,Page16 Fairview teacher wins MASBO OutstandingrBus-iness Oflicial award BY NICOLE LUCINA Sidney Herald Jacki Young has worked at Fairview school district for 23 years and her dedica- tion hasn’t gone unno- ticed. Young recent- ,ly won the Montana Association of School Business Official [MASBO] Outstand- ing Business Official award. Young has been a business official and MASBO member for 19 years and ASBO In- ternational member for nine years. During her time at Fairview, Young has spent four years as assistant clerk and 19 years as district clerk/business manager, her current position. “Winning the MASBO Outstand- ing Business Offi‘ cial award is a huge honor,” Young said in an email. “There are over 400 schools in Jacki Young with her MASBO Outstanding Business Official award. Montana and every school has at least one business manager.” Young said in order to be considered for the award, a busi- ness manager has to be nominated by their work colleagues. Fairview Superinten- dent Luke Kloker was among the colleagues who nominated Young for the award. ; summer) “Jacki is a fixture at the Fairview School and spends countless hours helping and serving the staff and students of Fairview School,” Kloker said in . CENTER Exceptional Carefor Life -, his nomination letter. “She is always willing to stay and work late or drop what .she is doing to help anyone that ever needs any- thing. She has also had a major role in the school'district’s ren- ovation projects over the years and the re- cent major construc- tion project of a new > gym and office area.” Kloker also said Young is very involved in the community and is willing to do what- ever it takes to help their community and school, including put- ting in a lot of extra hours on committees and boards throughout the county. Young has been an official and unoffi- cial mentor to several clerks across the state. She was a lead trainer for the MASBO New Clerk Academy where SeeTEACHER,Page16 v 406-433-2801 www.richlandcountyfairandrodeoorg jlarson@ricliland.org ‘