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A2 SIDNEY HERALD, SUNDAYJULY 2I.20l9 YOUR NEWS Five Reasons to attend the Old Timers Festival in Fairview July 20 BY SUBMITTED BY FAIRVIEW OLD TIMERS ASSOCIATION Free meal begin- ning at 11:30 a.m. in the park. Enjoy a de- licious barbeque beef sandwich, beans and dessert. Two parades — the kiddie parade at 11:30 a.m. and the main parade at 1 p.m. The theme this year is Hometown Heroes. Children’s inflat- ables from 2 — 6 p.m. in the park. Buy a wrist band for four hours of great enter— tainment sponsored by Fairview Community Foundation. Bike give—a-way for the kids. Four bikes — two for boys and two for girls — to be given away at the beginning of the afternoon pro- gram at the gazebo. Put your name in thejar. For the adults, you will find a number on your festival button that will put you in the drawing for five chances to win 5100. Adults must be present at the 5:30 p.m. drawing to win. Enjoy entertain- ment in the gaze- bo beginning at 2 p.m., followed by a tug-o- war, then head over to the school for a free ice cream social from 3:30 — 5 p.m. Vendors will be in the park all day selling a variety of goods and foods and wander over to see the antique cars on display. If you aren’t tired out after a fun day in the park, stay for the street dance downtown. AROUND THE AREA Sunday, July 21 Fairview’s 73rd Annual Old Timers Reunion and Summer Festival. 10:30 a.m., enjoy church in the park. Monday, July 22 Sports physicals. Dr. Laqua and Dr. Fink invite you to their open sports physi- cal night from 5—8 p.m., at Sidney Elks Lodge. The fee is $30. All proceeds will be donated to Sidney Public Schools. Forms will be pro- vided. Parent’s signature is required. Tuesday, July 23 Sports physicals. Dr. Laqua and Dr. Fink invite you to their open sports physi- cal night from 5—8 p.m., at Sidney Elks Lodge. The fee is $30. All proceeds will be donated to Sidney Public Schools. Forms will be pro- vided. Parent’s signature is required. Summer Art Camp, ages 2-4, MonDak Heritage Cen- ter, 10:30 a.m. ——— 12 pm, Tuesday through Friday. To sign up, stop by the heritage center or call 406-433—3500. Wednesday, July 24 Sales across Sidney, side- walk sales in downtown Sidney. Friday, July 26 Story time, Sidney—Rich- land County Library, 10:30 a.m. — 12 p.m. Kids ages 0-5 welcome for sto- ries, finger plays, songs, dancing and crafts. Grill and Chill Annual Fundraiser, community bar- becue, Dawson County Fair— grounds, 5 —— 11 p.m. Saturday, July 27 Glow ball tournament, Sidney Country Club, 3:30 p.m. — 1:30 a.m. $100 entry fee for non-club mem- bers, $80 entry fee for club members. Third Annual Richey Dip- N—Twist Car Show, 11 a.m. Grill and Chill Annual Fundraiser, 18-hole best ball scramble, Cottonwood Country Club, Glendive, 9a.m. A barbecue lunch will be served between 11 a.m. — 2 p.m. Awards announced at the end of play. Call Glendive Medi- cal Center Foundation to register teams of four at 406-345-2627. Monday, July 29 Hunter education orienta- tion, 6 p.m., Richland Coun— DISPATCH REPORT ty Extension office. Online registration is at https:// register-ed.com/events/ view/131521. No late regis- tration, class is limited to 75 people. If under 18, a parent or guardian must be pres- ent at orientation. Must be 10 years old by orientation date to register. Contact Larry Christensen at (406) 489-0589, Ron Sorenson at (406) 488-7664 or Jim Miller at (406) 489-1653. Tuesday, July 30 Faith Chapel Sidney Sum- mer BBQ #3, 34461 CR-112, Savage, 6 — 8 p.m. Join us on four Tuesdays this sum- mer as we relax, eat good food, and connect with new and old friends. The grill will be supplied — all you need to do is bring a meat you want cooked for you and a side dish to share with oth— ers. Bring the family and in- vite a friend. You won’t want to miss this time together. Wednesday, July 31 Richland County Fair and Rodeo begins. Fair office opens at 10 a.m. Event Cen- ter opens at 11 a.m. North Star Amusements Carnival begins at 5 p.m. Flag raising BY NICOlE LUCINA Sidney Herald July8 8:08 a.m. — Sidney Police De- partment (SPD) responded to a burglar alarm at John Stockhill Jewelers. While in route the secu- rity company told them it was a false alarm. 10:01 a.m. — Richland County Sheriffs Office (RCSO) received a call from a citizen saying they had received a call from some— one saying they were with Social Security. The citizen gave them personal information and after ending the call, called RCSO. RCSO told the citizen to watch their ac- counts and that they may have 200 west near mile marker 55. The caller felt that person was acting suspicious and dealing drugs. When officers patrolled the area they didn’t see anyone. July 9 2:49 p.m. SPD responded to a suspicious male trying to wave down people passing in traffic. The male was intoxicated and said he was trying to flag down the shuttle. Law enforcement escort- ed him to the shuttle and no fur- ther action was taken. 3:11 p.m. — SPD responded to a hit and run. The caller stat- ed a driver of a white Nissan hit a telephone pole at Lincoln and S. Central. Officers responded but couldn’t locate the driver. There to file identification theft forms if > 'was very minor damage done. Mid necessary. r _V_ 5:09pmnSPD responded to a wanted persbn. A male was ar- rested based on a warrant from district court for petition for re- vocation. He was transferred here from Mussel Shell County. 5:43 p.m. SPD received a call from a complainant saying there was a juvenile female smoking marijuana in Veteran’s Park. When police responded and made con- tact with the juvenile, they found she was not in possession of mar— ijuana or any drug paraphernalia. She was released to her parents. 6:39 p.m. — RCSO received a call stating there was someone on a white three wheeler on Highway BULLETIN BOARD Huntered classroom — 9 p.m., and Aug. 10 from 8 a.m. — 2 p.m. Contact Rivers was contacted and a crash report was completed. 3:45 p.m. — RCSO respond- ed to a two vehicle accident on Highway 200 north. RCSO assisted highway patrol. 11:44 p.m. SPD was flagged down by a male. A large truck was stopped in the street next to a trailer that had equipment on it and was taking pictures of the trailer and equipment. Police were unable to make contact with any- one from the large truck. July 10 9:12 a.m. — SPD responded to a two car accident at 2nd Street SW and 4th Avenue SW. There were no injuries or road blockages niently edit their child's per- sonal information (including from the accident. A crash report was completed. 8:58 p.m. — RCSO responded to a family member argument. There was a verbal dispute over property. The family wanted the incident documented in case something happened. July 11 1:23 a.m. — While on routine patrol, SPD saw a female pedestri- an on the 200 block of N. Central. SPD knew the female had an ac- tive arrest warrant out of Glendive. After making contact she was arrested. 3:45 p.m. — RSCO received a call about a reckless driver in a white pickup with red trim going north on Highway 200 near mile marker 57. The driver was said to be swerving and speeding. Law enforcement was unable to, locate the vehicle. July 12 12:17 a.m. — SPD responded to a silent burglar alarm at Pizza Hut. There was no one inside and the building was secure. SPD made contact with the key holder. 1:24 a.m. — SPD responded a second time to a silent burglar alarm atPizza Hut. There was no one inside and the building was secure. 7:24 p.m. — RCSO assisted highway patrol to two vehicle ac- cident on County Road 126. There were no injuries. 1:17 p.m. — SPD responded to parent portal if needed. All fees may be paid at this time a report of a stolen vehicle. While being investigated they found that a friend of the owner of the vehicle had borrowed the vehicle. The friend borrowing the car was found to be in possession of mar— ijuana and prescription controlled substance, a felony. They were charged for possession. 6:11 p.m. — SPD was notified of a phone scam. The caller re- ported they received a call from someone saying they were with Publishers Clearinghouse and asked the caller to send money by the next day to receive their winnings. While they asked for personal information, the person didn’t give any to the caller. It was determined to be a scam and no further action was taken. July 13 1:53 a.m. —- SPD responded to a suspicious vehicle in IGA parking lot. While there was no Suspicious vehicle, while checking it out they observed an altercation in front of South 40. They intervened and arrested someone for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. 7:54 p.m. — SPD responded to an audible burglar alarm on the 500 block of 7th Street SE. They were unable to make contact with the homeowner but the house was secure and there were no signs of forced entry. No further action was taken. ney.k12.mt.us pr print them off and bring them to the Orientation and walk- in registration for the fall 2019‘hunter education class will be Monday, July 29, at 6 p.m., at Richland Coun- ty Extension office, 1500 North Central Avenue. On- line registration is at https:// register-ed.com/events/ view/131521. No late regis- tration, class is limited to 75 people. lfiu‘nder 18, a parent or guardia‘n’rnust be present at orientation. Must be 10 years old by’orientation date to register. Class schedule is Aug. 5, 6, 8 and 9, from 6 Phone: 406-433-2403 wwwsidneyheraldmm Larry Christensen at (406) 489-0589, Ron Sorenson at (406) 488—7664 or Jim Miller at (406) 489—1653. High sdiool registration Sidney High School will not be having the traditional registration as in years past. in order to serve you bet- ‘ter, you will have a choice to either go to the website, download forms and e-mail them orcomein» person to the high school office. As always, parents may conve- 9thnt literati! 310 2nd Ave NE, Sidney MT 59270 months will have the effect of reducing the length of delivery service otherwise covered by your payment. Months are editor@sidneyherald.com subject to change without notice. Kell Miller Puin er Amy Venn Editor ilarleigh Roth Multi‘M la Sales Melissa Markwordt Multi-Media Sales Periodical postage is paid at Sidney, MT 59270 Tie Sidney Herald (uses 495-760) published twoetimes sweetly, Sundays POSTMASTER: Send address corrections to: Sidney Herald 310 2nd Ave NE Sidney, MT 59270 Single Copy Price ........................ ..$1.00 To subscribe call 406-433-2403 mm the purchase of the paper, you can have free access to the e—Edltion on our website: wwwsidneyhero/dcom evEditlon Only Week .............................................. ..$1.29 1Month .......................................... ..$6.30 is (All subscriptions payable in advance) and Wednesdays, except when certain holidaysfallondiesedays..lnthatcase the publication will publish the day prior. TheSidneyileraldisamemberofthe Momma Newspaper Association. Premium Issues: All subscriptions may tndude up to tour premium issues peryearJoreach premium issue, your account balance will be charged an additional fee of $1.00 in the billing period when the section publishes This wiiiresultin shorteningthelengthof V . of your billing period Premium issues sdioduied for the 2019 months: March. May, August, November, 2019. These 2019 Sidneyilerald, a Wick Communications Company I All rights reserved. address, phone, etc.) using the parent portal on the In- finite Campus website at qty time throughout the school year. Our guidance counsel- ors will be in the office Aug. 12 — Aug. 16 for any ques- tions/requests regarding classes. If you are coming to the school to register: Registration dates at the high school will be July 15 — July 26. Hours: 8'a.m‘. —+ 3 p.m., Monday — Thursday andFriday 8 a.m. noon. We will have a mobile lab to assist you in setting up your (or on line using your parent portal). If you choose to register electronically through the website: website registration will be July 1 July 26. Please go to the school website: sidney.k12.mt.us on the high school page there will be a list of PDF forms, one list of forms for returning SHS stu- dents, one for new students and one list of optional forms. Please either.fi|l out the applicable PDF forms and mail them to mneff@sid- ’3 Céléliratéfi . ' , I g L school during business hours. All fees may be paid online. There is a link to the campus portal on the web- site if you do not have the app. Sports Physicals Dr. Laqua and Dr: Fink in- vite you to their open sports physical night, Monday, July 22, and Tuesday. July 23, from 5-8 p.m., at Sidney Elks Lodge. The fee is $30. All proceeds will be donat- ed to Sidney Public Schools. Forms will be provided. Par- ent’s signature is required. . ‘ Marlene Reitz’s, on Friday July 26th '1 at the Savage MT Community Center from 5:30 pm to midnight With food; drinks and dancing to a DJ. at 1 p.m. Wrestling duals at 5 p.m. Free concert (Two Way Crossing) at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 1 Richland County Fair and Rodeo. Fair office opens at 10 a.m. Event Center opens at 11 a.m. North Star Amuse- ments Carnival begins at 2 p.m. PRCA Rodeo, 7:30 p.m., Richland County Fair and Rodeo, Military Appreciation night. Friday, Aug. 2 Richland County Fair and Rodeo. Fair office opens at 10 a.m. Event Center opens at 11 a.m. North Star Amuse- ments Carnival begins at 2 p.m. PRCA Rodeo, 7:30 p.m., Richland County Fair and Rodeo, Tough Enough to Wear Pink night. Saturday, Aug. 3 Richland County Fair and Rodeo. Fair office' opens at 10 a.m. Event Center opens at 11 a.m. North Star Amuse- ments Carnival begins at 1 p.m. Fair concert, Randy Hous- er and Sara Evans, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 6 Summer Art Camp, ages COURT REPORT Sidney City Court Kyle Lee Severson, 19, de- liberate homicide, plea of denial, transferred to anoth- er court. Tommy Edgar Lindsey, 32, DUI first offense, $1,010 fine, 180 days in jail (179 sus- pended). Driving a motor vehicle while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked, $500 fine. Fail to carry proof or exhibit/insurance in ve- hicle, $260 fine. Operating with expired registration, $60 fine. ' Petrina Renee Murphy, 40, fail to carry proof or exhib- it/insurance in vehicle, $250 fine. Brendan James Sheehan, 20, criminal po‘ssession of drug paraphernalia, $100 fine. Criminal possession of danger drugs — marijua- na, $110 fine. Sheehan was picked up on a probation pick up and hold. Nine-g ty day deferred sentence revoked. Andrea Lynn Damm, 28, fail to carry, proof or exhib- it/insurance in vehicle, $250 fine. Skyler James Tibbits, 21, unlawful possession of open alcoholic container, $100 fine. DUI fist offense. $600 fine, 180 days in jail (179 suspended). Angelina Batuzich, crimi- nal trespass, $285 fine ($285 suspended), six months in jail (six months suspended). Criminal trespass to vehicle, $285 fine ($285 suspended). Public drinking, display, exib prohibited, $185 ($185 sus- pended), 90 days in jail (90 suspended). Riley John Chatterton, 20, operating without liability insurance second offense,‘ $350 fine. Corinne Kay Ryan, 43, ob- structing a peace officer, $500 fine, six months in jail (six months suspended). Scott James Sturgis, 26, careless driving, $50 fine. Fail to stop and ID self after striking vehicle, $260 fine. Richland County Justice Court Fernando Figueroa Cer- vantes, 65, driving a motor vehicle while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked, $250 fine. Kimberlie Renae Brown, 44, DUI first offense. $600 fine, 180 days in jail (179 sus- pended). Unlawful posses- sion of open alcoholic con-- tainer, $100 fine. ,Kittie Rose Cleveland, driving while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked, $250 fine. Seatbelt violation, $20 fine. Patrick Neil Vaira, 55, speeding on non-interstate, $120 fine. 212 2nd St. SE. Sidney, MT Presented by East-Mont Entrp