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Serving the MonDak area since 1908 Sunday, Aug. 3, 2(D3-TA area Court report individuals appeared in Sidney July 14 conduct - Albert Casarez, 36, Sid- jail, all suspended, $160 fine. July 16 alcohol while the age of 18 years Jory Dennis Haggerty, 19, Glendive, hours community service. alcohol while the age of 18 years Kyla Marie Netzer, 18, Sidney, $250 while the age of 18 years James Chayce Taylor, 19, Glendive, hours community service. July 21 possession of drug paraphernalia - 36, Sidney, six months in jail, all $560 fine. to obey red traffic signal - Tyrel 19, Savage, $55 fine. driver's license is suspended or -Robert Floyd Baxter, 37, Sidney, six a jail, all but two days suspended, $275 or revocation of driver's not to drive a motor vehicle until licensed. driver's license is suspended or - Tyrel Joseph Gonsalves, 19, Savage, sale of alcoholic beverages to per- tinder the age of 21 - Donovan Kai 21, Sidney, $560 fine. sale of alcoholic beverages to per- :he age of 21 - Barbara Lynn Moore, a motor vehicle without liability in effect or failure to carry proof of third offense - Robert Floyd Baxter, six months in jail, all suspended, $525 not to drive a motor vehicle until insured. motor vehicle with expired regis- " Robert Floyd Baxter, 37, Sidney, $30 July 28 a motor vehicle without liability in effect - Robert Joseph Ernster, 19, fine, ordered not to drive a motor insurance. a race or speed contest without - Robert Joseph Ernster, 19, Savage, ,ing individuals appeared in Richland Court: July 15 Criminal possession of dangerous drugs - Darren Matthew Bartelson, 19, Sidney, six months in jail, all suspended, $560 fine. Possession of alcohol while the age of 18 years or over - Camren Charles Pelton, 19, Sidney, $150 fine. Possession of alcohol while the age of 18 years or over - Trevor Lee Suko, 19, Sidney, $150 fine. July 16 Endangering the welfare of children - Joshua Allen Haddix, 21, Medicine Lake, six months in jail, all suspended, $545 fine, $275 suspended, Haddix to pay $270. Endangering the welfare of children - Jerome Jason Miller, 27, Brockton, six months in jail, all suspended, $545 fine, $275 suspended, Miller to pay $270. Possession of alcohol while the ago of 18 years or over - Kyla Marie Netzer, 18, Sidney, $150 fine. The following individuals were cited by Mon- tana Highway Patrol: July 14 Driving or in actual physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alco- hol/drugs - Victor M. Agueros, 31, San Antonio, Texas, six months in jail, all but one day suspend- ed, $560 fine, ordered to attend ACT and follow recommendations of counselors, state suspension of driving privileges for six months. Driving without a valid driver's license - Vic- tor M. Agueros, 31, San Antonio, Texas, $50 fine. Obstructing a peace officer - Victor M. Agueros, 31, San Antonio, Texas, $250 fine. Obstructing a peace officer - Abel G. Cis- nerds, 22, Dallas, Texas, $250 fine. Operating a motor vehicle without liability protection in effect or failure to carry proof of insurance - Victor M. Agueros, 31, San Antonio, Texas, $270. July 21 Driver under 21 years of age with an alcohol concentration of .02 or more - Tyler Joe Taber- na, 19, Culbertson, $560 fine, $290 suspended, Taberna to pay $270, loss of driver's license for 90 days, ordered to attend ACT, and follow recom- mendations of counselors. Careless driving - Tyler Joe Taberna, 19, Cul- bertson, $75 fine. July 29 Operating a motor vehicle without liability protection in effect or failure to carry proof of insurance - Anthony Paul Anderson, 25, Sidney, $385 fine. County Sher- received a report of July 8. tWO ages 14 and 17, with illegal pos- of tobacco while under of 18. One of the girls illegal posses- while under the The investigation is and there may be sus- the wel- l3, mailboxes were Road 350, Street and 14th Deputies and Police four suspects !age of 18. Three were criminal mischief. are still investigat- to five other theft of $1,600 of car southeast of 13. eri s report Ave. SW, Sidney Available , 433-4757 - Toll • Henry Caraco, 18, was charged with transferring illegal .a icles when he damaged a law enforcement center door in an effort to pass contraband into the jail. • City officers informed deputies about a missing female on July 15. Because the female was earlier seen at Seven Sisters, deputies went to that area. At Seven Sisters, Chad Pelton was charged with the endanger- ment of children. Charged with minors in possession (age 18 or older) were Kyla Netzer, Cam- ron Pelton and Trevor Suko. A minor juvenile was also charged with illegal possession. Later that evening, deputies responded to a domestic distur- bance south of Sidney. Chad Pelton was then charged with partner or family member assault and incarcerated. • On July 27, a report of the theft of a pump station battery ned specialists ace or repair windshield carefully and Glts$ The auto glass experts! All major credit cards accepted. 7lOW. Holly 482-1544 Physician Open Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-6 p.m Free 1-86£ • Windshield rep!acement • Rock chip repair • Window tinting • Free pickup & delivery • Insurance approved • Loaner car provided • Side, back & vent glass was made. Value is $125. If individuals see others in areas where they don't belong, they should call the sheriff's office at 433-2919. Church begins BY BILL VANDER WEELE Herald-Leader Since July 6, area ~residents have had the opportunity to attend new religious services in Fairview at the Grace Indepen- dent Baptist Church. The church, located in the for- mer Cottonwood Resale build- ing at 410 South Ellery, features Sunday School at 10 a.m., "preaching" at 11 a.m. and night service on Sunday at 5 p.m. There is also a Wednesday serv- ice at 6:30 p.m. Pastor Chris Pool said, "it's a long story" of how the church got started in Fairview. "We came here for the last two or three years to start an Independent Baptist Church," Pool said. "Last summer, we found Fairview." Pool, who is originally from Alabama, and his family moved to Fairview in May. "It's a good community. They are good, moral people," Pool said. He describes the Independent Baptist Church as "more conser- vative" than some religions. A Web site for an Independent Baptist Church describes the beliefs as "We believe in the ver- bal plenary inspiration of the Holy Scriptures. We believe that God has preserved His very words in the transmission of His Word as found in the Greek Tex- ! iiii come celebrate with him Savage Senior Center to Sidney! in June for the Miss Businesses sign employees pay $1 • Blue Rock • Brenner, Averett & Co., P.C. • Dr. Richard Fink • Edward Jones - Enid Huotad • 1st Bank • Foundation For Community Care Northeast MT Pageant up for Denim Day to support Sidney. Their to wear jeans on the last Friday of the month. . Pella Lutheran• SHC Extended Care Church • Sidney Herald-Leader • Richland County • Sidney Library Health Dept. • Sidney Paint , Richland Federal & Glass Credit Union • Sidney Tax Service • Seitz Insurance • Stockman Bank • Sidney Data Center • Yellowstone Mere . Sidney Health Center Denim Day needs non-profit organizations to apply for Denim Day funds. Please apply at the Sidney Herald-Leader. Remember to send your money to the Sidney Herald-Leader. services in Fairview .: PHOTO BY BILL VANDER WEELE Services are Sunday and Wednesday at the Grace Independent Baptist Church. tus Receptus and the Hebrew Masoretic Text. We believe that the Bible as we have it today in the King.James Version is the Word of God in the English lan- guage in a sense that cannot be said of any other translation." "We're independent of any association," Pool said. So far, visitors to the church on Sundays have varied from two to 11 individuals. Construction plans include painting the outside of the build ing and adding a steeple. In the inside, Sunday School rooms are planned to be added. The family lives in the back of the building. Pool said other Independent Baptist churches are helping pay for the changes. He said there are many Inde, pendent Baptist churches in the South. There are also some ifi Montana including in LewisJ town and Roundup. .... Thank You We wish to thank Fulkerson Funeral Home for their gracious and caring guidance, Pastor ili Hagerman for his words of comfort, Larry Riggs and Leslie Kline for lending their beautiful voices to the service, and the many friends and neighbors :: il for the flowers, cards, food and expressions of caring during our time of sorrow. ;i " God bless you all ( " 1 ~ ~(~:~ " " The family of Vance Johnson We would like to tell you how IJ ii much we appreciate the picture ii of Gene. :: We would like to say thanks to API, Trish Stevenson and Cabin Creek. Thank You Pat, Bobbi, Blaine &Tont Children's Bereavement The day camp will focus on bereavement and is intended for children, ages 5 - 18, who have experienced a loss. This is an opportunity for children to talk about their loss and find out that they are not alone in their grief. There will be crafts, activities, lunch and fun. Teens (ages 12-18) who have suffered a loss may register with Hospice as helpers for the day camp activities and are invited to spend the night for a teen retreat. The bus will return home at 10:00 a.m. on August 24th. A chartered bus will be tearing from Sidney the morning ot camp at 7:00 a.m. Families of campers are invited to supper at the campFounds but must register to attonO ear ofa to rompers Due to limited spaos, pre-registrafion Ls required. I~ caUtt~,~dr~ Health Center Hospice office at 488.2226 to register now. Sponsored by: Sidney Health Center A division of Sidney Health Center Phone: 406-488-2226 to Register Todlyl