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AI6 SIDNEY HERALD. SUNDAYJULY I4, 2019 TEACHER FROM PAGE1 she planned and co-pre- sented with Mike Ar- nold from 2012- 15. She has served as Region 3 director, vice-pres- ident, president and past-president. During her time on the MASBO executive board, her vision and judgement were key in helping the orga- nization successfully find their way through changes in staff, struc- ture and governance. Young’s work goes above and beyond that of a typical business official as she was con- struction foreman on multi-million dollar building projects, land- lord of the 16 housing units owns by the dis- trict, tour guide for class reunions and school historian. “Nominees must also have nominations from their peers in the field. Mine were Mike Water— man, Bozeman Director of Business Services and Lora Tauck, Ekala— ka business manager. Just being nominated is a great feeling, to know how much I am appreci- ated. To win the award is icing on the cake,” Young said. Young obtained a Breakfast After the Bell grant, which helped expand Fair- view’s breakfast pro- gram. Because of this, there was a 60 percent increase in breakfast attendance. It is also her duty to provide information about the schools enroll- ment and finances to the board of trustees, church groups, city council and chamber of commerce. Young believes the community groups ap— preciate the informa- tion and in return are more supportive of the school. She assists students when they need help with scholarships, FAFSA, college applica- tions and job shadow- ing for students inter- ested in account and of- fice work. She serves as a judge for speech and drama, and has been CHARGED FROM PAGE 1 In a sworn statement, Rich- land County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Rhema Keller said he came across the accident at 1:07 am. on Feb. 11 on High- way 200 north of Sidney at the intersection of Country Road 351. Roselles’ red pickup was REC FROM PAGEl building and what they can do with it,” Messer said. “It’s fas- cinating to see how Colstrip is doing that and Musselshell Coun- ty, Lewistown and all of those different areas. To hear them talk about what we are only on the precibus of is quite staggering.” The board agreed it was a “no brainer” to join CCC. Messer said there may be grant dollars in the form of training dollars for former MDU em- ployees that Richland County could benefit from. “This is one way we can be plugged into op- portunities to help our families and our econ- omy,” Messer said. The board approved Messer’s membership. Sidney Young Professionals Katie Dasinger, pres- ident of Sidney Young Professionals (SYP), reported to the REC board that Sidney was selected as the location of the 2021 Montana Young Pro- fessionals (MYP) Sum- mit. The summit will be June 9 — 11, 2021. The theme will be “Ex- ploring New Fields: Where Energy Meets Sustainability,” focus- ing on the area’s ag- riculture and oil field industries. The summit will draw an estimated 100 people, as laid out in the music booster club treasurer since 2000. Young has participated on various state level committees and task forces representing the schools in her region and has testified count- less times at the state legislative session as an advocate for Montana’s students. “Once I was nominat- ed, I was informed be- cause the next step is to fill out a lengthy ques- tionnaire about your service to your school, community and state. The applicants are re- viewed by the MASBO Board and they make the final decision. So I went to the summer convention knowing I was one of the nomi- nees. When my name was called, I was over- whelmed,” Young said. Young said to qual- ify for the award, the nominee must be active not only in their own school and community, but also the state. “I was on the MASBO Board for nine years, two of them as pres- ident. For 10 years I have taught ‘new clerks’ across the state. I walk them through what a business manag- er does in a school from payroll, paying the bills, to filing reports with the Office of Pub- lic Instruction,” Young said. “I am thrilled to nom- inate Jacki for this very , prestigious award. I can think of no one who deserves this recogni- tion ore than her,” Mike his nomination letter. Young said this will be her 24th year in the business office at Fair- view school. “Everyday something new happens. I love my job, and a lot of people don’t say that,” Young said. aterman said in I Partly sunny, very warm and nice S 4-8 Sunrise Sunset 5:12 am. 8:53 pm. WEEKLY ALMANAO upside down in the ditch and footprints led away from the vehicle. Keller was not able to make contact with Roselles in per- son or via phone until Feb. 17, when Roselles provided Keller with insurance in- formation for the crash. refused to speak about the The sworn statement con- pickup but tinues, “During my investiga- tion, I discovered that the De- fendant spoke with Sergeant Tyler Kammerzell of the Sidney Police Department. Roselles told Kammerzell that Roselles was driving the night of the crash when he started to slide. Roselles was unable to bring the vehicle back under control.” The defendant also told Kammerzell a passenger was with him at a friends house earlier that night. She told the defendant not to drive due to his consumption of alcohol and was not with him during the time of the accident. A court date has been set for Monday, July 22, at 4:45 pm. and a summons on complaint was issued on July 8 by Judge Savage. the bid submitted by SYP to MYP. Planning is still in the infancy stages, but potential activities included in the bid are a tour of OneOk, a trip to the Fairview bridge, golf at the country club and a tour of a feed- lot. The summit will include breakout ses— sions like grant writ- ing, fundraising, effec- tive communication, marketing and mental health/stress man- agement. There will also be keynote speak- ers, who will be an- nounced further into planning stages. “We are really, re- ally, really excited,” Dasinger said. “Our first planning meeting will start this week.” She said the group is prepared to fund- raise and promote the event. SYP,just returned from MYP Summit in Kalispell, where Dasinger said besides Billings and ndlli , in 199519-999 fl Kalispell, Sidney had the most people there, with eight young pro— fessionals attending. For 2020, Helena will host the summit. “Sen. Tester was the wrap-up keynote speaker,” Dasinger said. “His message was continue to har- ness the Montana work ethic and don’t expect somebody else to solve your prob- lems because you have every tool in your tool- box to do it if you work at it.” SYP will host a back-to-school bash on Thursday, Aug. 8, from 6 8 pm, at Pizza House. “Sidney has some- thing like 20 new teachers coming in,” Dasinger said. “We really wanted to ap- proach that as well as our normal young pro- fessionals. It’s going to be a back to school net— working even .” In other news: - Tami Christensen from Sidney City Council told REC while Family Dollar has not applied for any building permits, they are still planning on adding a location in Sidney. For now, the new store is expected to be open in Decem- ber of this year. ' Shane Gorder from Richland County Com- mission said he will be representing Montana at the National Asso- ciation of Counties in Las Vegas over the weekend. ' Thirty-two new horse motel box stalls have been added at the fairgrounds and fair board is still working on long-range grounds improvement plan. The board will meet with commissioners on Aug. 7. O County commis- sion was asked by Fairview City Coun- cil to help with the- new ambulance barn, which is largely, fund- ed on donations. Com~ missioners agreed to fund the design of the new barn by Mike Stevenson, who also designed Fairview’s senior center and fire hall. - Campgrounds around town are cur- rently full with pipe- line crews. There are three major pipeline projects going on in the area. ' Messer told REC the census for 2020 was of particular im- portance because Montana is on the brink of getting anoth- er House seat, which equates to $20,000 federally per head over the next 10 years coming to the state. Every single person counts, whether here transitionally, rent- ing, homeowners or those with a criminal record. Messer said it is vital each per- son is counted. People can complete the cen- sus online or on the ,phone. If the census is not completed in that manner, a door- to-door survey will be available. men LOW .60 LOW 60 MP.” -. Partly sunny and very Partly sunny and nice An afternoon t-storm Variable cloudiness warm SSE 4-8 Sunrise Sunset 5:13 am. 8:52 pm. NW 7-14 , Sunrise Sunset 5:14 am. 8:51 pm. UV INDEX possible , ’ _5642 Sunrise Sunset 5:15 am. 8:50 pm. WNW-T14 Sunrise Sunset 5:16 am 8:50 pm. SOLUNAR TABLE Sidney through Wednesday Wed, . solunarperiodindicates peak feeding tiriiesfor TEMPERATURES J i I A r U IS a"dgallnr/lthjor Minor Major Minor Dally ranges Normal high Normal low The higherthe Accuweathemom UV lndexm Sat. 9:08a 2:55a 9:34p 3:21p 100 number, the greater the need for eye and skin Sum 9:54a 3:41a 1020‘) 4:07p protectiono-Z Low;3-5Moderate;6-7High;8-10 Mon 10.42a 4.2% 11,08 4.55 80-74.... Very High;11+ Extreme. ' : 2 p : p Tue. 11.32a 5.19a 11.57p 5.45p 60 COMFORT INDEXTM Wed. 12:22p 6:10a ’ 6:35p -- Sat. Sun. Mon. 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