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| iOA SUNDAY, AUG. U, 2012 Around our area SIDNEY HERALD Oil well explosion injures two BY JENNA EBERSOLE WILLISTON HERALD Two workers were severely burned after an explosion at an oil drilling site north of Arnegard, N.D., according to a McKenzie County Sheriff's Office press release. Bruce Ford, 52, and Rod Law, 48, were working on the Statoil site when the well exploded Wednesday at about mid-day, ac- cording to the release. The cause of the explosion is still under investigation by the office. The Sheriff's Office received the call at 12:05 p.m. CDT, and McKenzie County depu- ties responded to the scene, along with the Watford City Fire Department, McKenzie County Ambulance and Arnegard Fire Department. Ford and Law were transported by the McKenzie County Ambulance to Mercy Medical Center where they were stabilized, then transported by air ambulance to Re- gions Hospital in St. Paul, Minn. RN local unit accepting applications for scholarships The Sidney Health Center RN Local Unit is pleased to accept applications for its annual Nursing Scholarship program to be awarded for the second semester in Janu- ary 2013. Richland County residents pursuing a nursing degree are encouraged to apply for funding provided they are a senior in a BSN program or an AD program. The scholarship program was established to provide financial assistance to Rich- land County natives who are continuing their educa- tion in the nursing field and BILL VANDER WEELE I SIDNEY HERALD New members of Kiwanis Recently joining the Sidney Kiwanis Club were Bryce Baker, left, and Brian Goulette. are completing their final 1 semesters" li,k [{EE, ErU r n s ' '  k Y Applicants can apply for home to open chiropractic center ' a a scholarship by contacting Cindy Hoffman or Linda the Herald. years there. Ries at 488-2100. Applica- ER After leaving Sidney, Fink Fink hopes tions, requirements and earned his bachelor's de- to become in- guidelines are available The Fink Family Chiro- gree from Concordia College volved with through the RN Local Unit at Sidney Health Center. Appli- cations must be submitted to the RN Local Unit at 216 14th Ave. S.W., Sidney, MT 59270 by Nov. 30, to be considered. ]'here are no words that are adequate enough ::::::::::::: express our appreciation and heartfelt thanks for !1 all the many expressions of love, gifts and support  1 in our grief in Ben's passing. |[ ~ Arlene Sedlacek practic Center, under the direction of Dr. Mike Fink, is opening Monday in the Village Square Mall. Fink is a 1993 graduate of Sidney High School. He says he's been thinking of coming back to the area for a while because of his love for the community. "I also see the growth po- tential in Sidney," Fink told in Moorhead, Minn., and his doctorate chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences in Bloom- ington, Minn. He then practiced in the Bozeman area at a sports clinic that worked with local high school athletic teams for two years before heading to Minneapolis, Minn. He ran his own clinic for eight [Sidney TENDOKAN School of ITAE KWON Sidney Tendokan is a ' '':i ...... Dea Myung-Moo Do Assn. School Sidney Tendo Tae Kwon Judo Do Classes years & older , ,All ages , I 5 er month ,4u per month !jj ,, -, r- .... 2 evenings per week v saa , / 0 /O m Y - : P' ' Call for times  For preregistratlon and more information call Mike Bergh at 488-8222 or 488-8590. the athletic programs in Sidney and to offer Fink his services at contests there. Part of the reason for his return to Sidney is the athletic offerings for his children - ages 6 and 8. He prefers the youth sports atti- tude in eastern Montana to the one in the Twin Cities. "It's not like what we have here." Services offered by Fink Family Chiropractic will include Department of Transportation physical and drug testing, sports physi- cals, and general chiroprac- tic offerings to relieve head and back pain. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays, and Satur- days by appointment. edit0r@sJdneyherald.c0m leo THE RIGHTPEP/E T INSURE IT! S IDNEY HEALTH CENTER Exceptional CareforLffe i'%i :iiiiili Richland County Fair Event Center Sidney, MT Verna Baisch, ClC Glendive 377-1014 YOUR FARM/RANCH INSURANCE EXPERTS... Offering all lines of insurance including, farm/ranch, home, auto, crop, business & work comp, WWW.STOCKMANBANK.COM Earrners  Liber Alliance .... a, Northest.. TRAVELER0000 b" k aice f'Trusted A |,ibc'rtv Mutual C(mp nv NOT FDIC INSURED- NOT A DEPOSIT ACCOUNT OR OTHER OBLIGATION- NOT GUARANTEED OR INSURED BY ANY DEPOSITORY INSUTION OR AFFILIATE. NOT INSURED BY ANY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AGENCY, EXCEPT FOR FEDERAL FLOOD INSURANC OR FEDERAL CROP INSURANCE. THIS AGENCY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER AND EMPLOYER.