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SIDNEY HERALD Q From page one WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 2011 1 11A I ................... Engagements IF IIIIF!II KLASNA-ANDERSON Darcy Klasna, daughter of Tim and Kim Klasna, Lam- bert, and Gordon Anderson, son of Duane and Elizabeth Anderson, Williston, N.D., announce their engagement. The propective bride is a graduate of Lambert High School. She graduated from Montana State University - Bozeman. She is employed by KUMV- TV in Wflliston. The prospective groom is a graduate of Williston High School. He attended UND- Wflliston and Minot State University. He is employed by Econo- mart in Williston. A Sept. 10, 2011, wedding is planned in Sidney. IVERSEN-VANDENBOS Nicole Iversen, daughter of Dick and Connie Iversen, Culbertson, and Randy Van- denBos, son of Larry and Marian Tooley, Valier, an- nounce their engagement. The prospective bride is a graduate of Culbertson High School. The prospective groom is a graduate of Valier High School. A Sept. 10, 2011, wedding is planned in Bozeman. BROWNE-CONLIN Natalie Browne, daughter of Bruce and Patricia Browne, Fairview, and Chantz Conlin, son of Patrick Conlin and Holly Cotter, Fairview, announce their en- gagement. The prospective bride is a graduate of Fairview High School. She graduated from Mon- tana State University- Boze- man. She is employed by Dakota Zoo in Bismarck, N.D. The prospective groom is a graduate of Fairview High School. He graduated from Dawson Community College in Glen- dive. He is employed by Conlin's Furniture Distributors in Bismarck. A summer 2012 wedding is planned in Fairview. 212 2nd City holds meetings on potential man camp, maintenance district BY PAUL 6(iIOSHART SIDNEY HERALD 10th Avenue S.E. for the in- :i stallation of a man camp. The city of Baker has re- The Sidney City Council mitted a payment of $20,000 t held two public hearings at to the city which is part of its r the second monthly meeting oil severance revenue. The JulylS. mayor and council wanted to : The first public hearing thank Baker for their shar- -'- was held to get public com- ments for a conditional use permit request by Toni Mar- .: tini for property at 1440 S. Central Avenue. The condi- tional use permit would al- low the installation of a man camp. There were no parties or persons present to protest the conditional use. The second public hearing was held to receive comment on a proposed city-wide maintenance district. No one was present to comment on BILL VANOER WEELEI SIDNEY HERALD City' of :ials hope to keep heavy trucks off Umoln Avenue. Glenn Mavity. In other business brought cense within the city of Sid, hey. Each year businesses ing of oil revenue. Sidney Police Chief Di- fonzo reported on the exces- sive use of Lincoln Avenue by semi-trucks and trailers during the past two weeks. His office has received nu- merous reports that trucks are trying to bypass Central < Avenue and Holly by using "-' Lincoln Avenue. DiFonzo suggested the city review and implement new weight restrictions for all city .... streets, which would exclude the district, before the council: that sell alcoholic beverages Central Avenue, the truck :': Mayor Bret Smelser in- Second Reading of Ordi- must have a local license, route and West Holly Street. :< formed the council that the nance 520 was approved, said city attorney Navratil. The proposed ordinance ;: law firm of Parker, Heitz, which would amend the Sid- The reading was approvedwould not stop local delivery Cosgrove, PLLC of Billings ney City Code by revising the - Reading of Resolutiontruck traffic to areas like thei will represent the city to re- formula for computing the 3513 for a conditional use schools, hospital and busi .... ', spond to the summons from fee for the all-beverage li- permit for property at 440 nesses. ,-i Popular family bend to play four days at Richland County Fair FROM eAOe nA "The kids love what entertained in Europe and they're doing, and they love will play in Ontario, Canada, night and day. "When we performing," Toni said, She this October. were there in 2008, we just re- tells the story of Tess, who "On the road, we love to ally had began to clog," Jack- says that the man she mar- meet people," Jackson said. son told the Herald Sunday ries "has to love music be- "There's nothing like rub- as the band was traveling be- cause I'm not quitting the bing shoulders with really tween concerts in Lee Sum- band. She would love to play great people." mit, Mo., and St. Joseph, Mo. music the rest of her life." Since their time in Rich- "They were green. Now they By the end of this year,land County three years ago, have clogged for several they will have been per-the group has released two years. It's really a high ener- formed in 49 of the 50 states more CDs. "We should have a gy portion of our show." including many state fairs, new DVD out at that time One thing that hasn't A contract is being worked changed is that the band, on for concerts at the 2012 which travels in a van that Alaska State Fair to corn- pulls a trailer, loves being on plete the 50-state list. The the road and performing. Las Vegas-based band has June Person of fhe Month My name is Paul. I have been at ROI for 21 that people can look forward to," Jackson said. In addition, a small autobi- ography is also available. :' "People always want to know how the band began or how : they do school in the band." : The Kid Fiddlers will per- form at 12:30 p.m., 4 p.m. and ': 6:30 p.m. on the free stage ,'.: each day of the fair. :V. edit0 Presale Ends Friday, July 29 Admission Buttons: Presale $5, after July 29 $8. children 5 & under free Available at Wells Fargo, Stockman Bank and 1st Bank.Sidney, Richland Federal years. I work in the newspaper collection and processing department of ROI. I enjoy being outside, playing basketball, swinging and listening to music. 1100 Silurian Lane, Sidney, 488-3341 Credit Union in Sidney and Culbertson, First Security Bank West-Fairview, Valley Fui SFiP /dSu;a:nfda::;i=k County Fair andS. Friends- Family- Community . hland County !air & Rodeo ' Sidney 433-2801 By CD Paving & Seal Coating : Now Parking Lots Streets Driveways Tar & Chip Hot Mix Paving Paving Seal Coating Seeing Patients in August! - Obstetrics & Gynecology - Sidney Health Center is pleased to announce the addition of Shari Twigg, M.D. to the medical staff. Dr. Twigg is a surgical specialist in obstetrics and gynecology and will be joining Drl Schaffer's practice in August 2011. As an OB/GYN, Dr. Twigg will provide essential obstetrical services including preconception counseling, genetic screening and diagnosis, and complete pregnancy, delivery and follow-up care. Gynecologic services will include comprehensive health education, annual exams and screenings, and treatment of female infertility. Dr. Twigg has extensive surgical training including robotic-assisted laparoscopy. Dr. Twigg received her medical degree from West Virginia Universi School of Medicine, Morgantown, WV in 2007. She recently finished up her residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Akron General Medical Center in Akron, OH. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Twigg in August, please call the Sidney Health Center Clinic at (406) 488-2510 or Dr. Schaffer and Twigg's office at (406) 488-2577.