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i BY BILL VANDER WEELE AND LIBBY BERNDT Serving the MonDak area since 1908 sur , 3, axx3- us.= ness Audio and Cellu- Wilcoxon and Key Darcy t, present Relay for Life chairperson AnnDee Taylor with funds raised for the Relay for Life campaign set for Aug. 8-9. Redline Audio and Cellu- lar held a special promo- tion during Sidney Side- ::::::: uslness opemn center walk Sales and donated $25 for every new cellular plan, raising $125. Sidney Key Club held a car wash July 26 at the Redline location and raised $450 for the Key Club Relay for Life team. (Top photo) Helping at the Key Club car wash were, from left, Ashley Briggs, Brittany Wentz, Monica Asbeck, Kim Miller, Kassle Donahue, Nikki Elliot, Darcy Peters, Heidi Bouchard, Alexis Lind- berg, Breanna Joslin Steppe and Chase Hard- ing. Wells Fargo Bank Montana, N.A. and the Montana World Trade Center this week announced the opening of an online resource center for small business with Web-based resources. Accessible via computer access, the online resource will provide a one-stop shop for small and medium-sized busi- ness interested in starting a new business, growing their existing business or extending their busi- ness to overseas markets. The online resource center has been made possible by a $400,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce's Technology Opportunities Pro- gram to the Montana World Trade Center, with over $300,000 provided in matching support by Wells Fargo Bank Montana, N.A. "This project is an example of our commitment to fostering economic development in Mon- tana," said Mike Conlon, com- munity banking president of Wells Fargo in Sidney. "We want to make it as easy as possi- ble for entrepreneurs to access the information and training they need. Wells Fargo has a vast array of small business resources available online at www.wellsfargo.com/biz. Through this untied effort, we are now making it easier and more convenient to access even more tools." next to Video Take Out, Sidney SiiAVEi) ICE A custom-designed Web site, w w w r o c k y mountainbusiness.com, will provide answers to frequently asked questions, a solution cen- ter collection of most-valuable links and guides, search engines and tools, and a self-assessment section with specifically tailored feedback. The Montana World Trade Center staff, with the support of the Univer- sity of Montana School of Business, has developed the Web site's con- cept and design, and will have the responsibility of adding functionali- ty, data and resources; monitoring usage; and providing necessary sup- port and maintenance to a statewide online small business network. "The Small Business/Rocky Mountain Business Web site idea was selected among thou- sands of applicants for U.S. Commerce Department funding in large part because of the Wells Fargo partnership," said Arnie Sherman, executive director of the Montana World Trade Cen- ter. "We applaud the leadership Wells Fargo is showing in work- ing with us to make it conven- ient and easy for the business community to access the vast resources of the Internet." "Our staff has been working hard over the past year to devel- op the content and Web site structure to make it intuitive to those with little or no experience on computers and a valuable resource and tool for all," added Sherman. "We think the Web site will play an important role in fostering economic develop- ment in our state and invite each of you give it a try." The goal is to leverage the power of the Web to bring up-to- date, comprehensive resources to the fingertips of Montana's entre- preneurs and business people. Trinity Lutheran Church 214 S. Lincoln Monday, Aug. 4 - Friday, Aug. 8 9 - 11:30 a.m. Please join us for our Vacation Bible. School 4 years - grade 7 Please call to pre-register 433-2050 leave a message. h CHAPEL Dignity Reverence ;72.3738 "FDIc Insured- 1-877-666-8652 406-787-6616 Culbertson : w ww.montola.com 3 Furniture 787-5211 9a.m. -5p.m. Culll~rtson, MT 406-787-5313 HairClinic Beth Groshart 482-2411 Wednesday, August 6 (Set up day) 12-6 p.m ........ School Exhibit set-up (Quonset) 12-9 p.m ........ Open youth & adult entries 12-9 p.m ........ Commercial Booth set-up (Old Horse Barn) 2 p.rn ........... Fashion Revue judging & practice, models only (Old Armory) 6:30 p.m ........ Fashion Revue Refreshments (Old Armory) 7 p.m ...... ..... Fashion Revue Program (Old Armory) Thursday, August 7 8 a.m ........... Adult and Open Youth Judging 8:30-12 ........ Boy Scout, Girl Scout, & 4-H Conference Judging 9-11 a.m ........ Livestock weigh-in, interview judging, small animal interview judging 1 p.m ........... All horse classes judged 2-3 p.m ......... Star Quilt Demonstration (Adult & Youth Quonset) 4-6 p.m ......... Dunk Tank (Trinity Youth Group) 6:30-9:30 p.m .... Open O-Mok-See (Culbertson Saddle Club Grounds) 6:30 p.m ........ Home Brew Contest 7 p.m ........... Commercial Building Closes 8-11 p.m ........ Entertainment- Jared Steward Friday, August 8 All Day ......... Petting Zoo & Pedal Tractors 7-9 am ......... Free Breakfast (Roosevelt Medical Center) 8 a.m.-1 p.m ..... Health fair (Roosevelt Medical Center) 9 a.m ........... Livestock judging 11 a.m .......... Free meal sponsored by the Culbertson Chamber at'fairgrounds 11 a.m.-2 p.m .... Dunk Tank & Carnival (Trinity Youth Group) Bingo Noon .......... Senior citizen pet therapy (Roosevelt Medical Center) Afternoon ...... 1 p.m .......... 2-3 p.m ........ .Midway Band, The Petersons .Money in the Straw (First Community Bank) Small Animal Judging & Showmanship .Homemade Cards Demonstration (Adult & Youth Quonset) 3 p.m ........... Bicycle events (400 BIk 7th Ave. E) 4-6 p.m ......... Dunk Tank & Carnival (Trinity Youth Group) 4 p.m ........... Free Corn Feed (Fairgrounds) 7:30-9 p.m ....... Entertainment - Automatic Transmission Saturday, August 9 All Day ......... Petting Zoo & Pedal Tractors 7:30-8:45 a.m .... Registration for Fun Run, High g a.m ........... County Fair Fun Run Livestock showmanship School Track Three-on-three basketball toumey (Culbertson School blacktop) 11 a.m .......... Free meal at fairgrounds (Froid Commercial Club) 11 a.m .......... Dunk Tank & Camival (Trinity Youth Group) 11 a.m.-2 p.m .... Bingo 1 p.m ........... Livestock Auction 2 p.m ........... Farmhand Olympics 3 p,m .......... Dismantle Commercial and Educational booths 5 p.m ........... Ranch Rodeo (Saddle Club) For more information regarding the Roosevelt County Fair, call the fair office at (406) 787-5312. Roosevelt Medical Center & Nursing Home "WE CARE ABOUT YOU" Culbertson 787-6281 ]~Nemont ] c~/~m Tel hone Coo rative INC. nemontel @ nemontel.net It's All About Saying Goodbye Funeral Home 315 2nd St. NW, Sidney. 488-21105 www.fulkersons.com Neal Stromberg Cell: 406-787-7013 406-787-6375 "[Mutual Rurall INSURANCE COMPANY[ I Culbertson Branch www.rlchlandfcu.com = mml~l & Recycling ' * 433-1301 I~LI I Lower Yellowstone i I ~%, 433-CARS Rural Electric 1 \'3 (2277) Assocation. Inc. 1151 South Central I ~ 24 Hours "Owned by those we serve ' IBP....___ Sidney I I ~ ~ Wrecker Sidney.488-1602 Fain/iewo742-8800 Ce11:489-3429| I ;~m'~,480-1175 I ii!