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6 SIDNEY HERALD, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER l5. 20|9 A3 ____________________________________._____.____——————-———————-— MILESTONES NEWS ___________________—————————— OBITUARIES Dons V. Fisher, 90 Helen A. Gamer Funeral services for Doris V. Doris was the turned to quilting MT, Malea (Ed) Richards, Kirby, , , Fisher, 90 of Sidney are at 2:00 fifth in a family and eventually MT, Eugene (Peg) Fisher, Sidney, Milss 0f the Chrlsuan P.M., Sunday, September 15, 2019, of six children. embroidery. Many MT, Archie (Jeanne) Fisher, Burlal for Helen A- at the Shepherd of the Valley She attended of her fondest Missoula, MT; grandchildren, Garmer’ 0f Sldney are LUtheran ChurCh in Sidney MCKinleY memories were Kimette (Dennis) Torrez, Perry 11300 AM) ThurSdaY» with Pastor David Huskamp Elementary made while (Lisa) Fisher, Christina (Eric) September 1?, 2019 at officiating. Interment will be School and spending time with Heeb, Jenny (Matt) Schriver, Amy St- Matthewscathohc in the Richland Memorial Park graduated from her sister and best (Darryl) Barton, Tony (Michelle) Chum}! “(uh Fame," . Cemetery, Sidney, MT under the Richey (MT) High friend, Maxine. Fisher, Angie (Dan) Hedges, J 1m 0 Nell a§Pre§1den care of Fulkerson—Stevenson School. Doris The Christian Calvin (Brandy) Richards, Magen Intement W111 be m the Funeral Home of Sidney. grew up inthe faith was instilled Richards, Howard (Wendy) North Dakota Veterans Visitation will be on Saturday, depression years early by Doris’ Fisher, Heidi (Mike) Coryell; 20 cemetery, Manda“, September 14, 2019, from 3:30 PM and taught school mother, Cleta, great grandchildren; one sister, ND under the Care Of to 6 PM and Sunday, September after high school reading bible Maxine Brunsvold; numerous Fulkerson'Stevenson 15, 2019 from 10 am till noon at graduation. stories and verses. nephews and nieces, one of whom Fllneral Home Of the funeral home and one hour Doris married She enjoyed her is Jeanie Leland, who gave much Sldney- Remembrflncesr before services at the church. Edgar Fisher January 31, 1948. fellowship and worship time at of her time and love to Doris. conddences and Plumes Remembrances, condolences and They had four children; Perry, Shepherd of the Valley. Doris is preceded in death by: may, be Shared Wlth the pictures may be shared with the Eugene, Malea and Archie. This Doris passed away, Wednesday, her husband Edgar; parents; famlly at WWW-fumersons- family at union brought 12 grandchildren, September 11, 2019, at her home brothers; Russell and Leslie com: Doris Virginia Candee Fisher and 21 great grandchildren. Doris in Sidney surrounded by her Candee; sisters, Mattie Carlsen Helen Passed away at was born on the farm 17 miles r enjoyed sewing dresses and crafts family. and Florence Candee; grandson her home 0“ ThurSdaYi south of Poplar, MT to Floyd and September 12, 2019, Cleta Candee on October 15, 1928. for her grandchildren. When the grandchildren were grown, she Doris is survived by: her children, Perry Fisher, Helena, Brian Richards; and great granddaughter Sydney Hedges. surrounded by her family to knew Sidney's AmeriCorps Angela Zaur is in her second year serving for AmeriCorps at Sidney Health Center. Why did you decide on Communities in Ac- tion Corps? , ' I decided to serve with Communities in Action go to a Cat Griz game 2. to go to Teddy national park 3. to go camping. What projectS’iwill you be working on? -, ;:.;:-=z ., I will be working on integrating behavioral health into the primary care setting. This program Welcome, AmeriCorps members! I, Cmnmrmiii‘esm Corps because of the opportunities that ClA brings to their members. In my posi- tion at SHC, I built multiple positions to aid the hospital and the community. I’ve also worked directly with the community in a variety of ways, which has been a re- warding experience. in GA, you can work on long—term projects as well as projects that you see the benefit of immediately— is an upstream approach to providing mental health resources. I will also be working on a variety of other projects that relate to this core goal. Is there an opportunity for the gen- eral public to be involved with your projects? The general public will inevitably be involved in my project when they visit their primary care doctor. this is a rare opportunity in AmeriCorps. ANGELA PHOTO SUBMITTED BY KALI GODFREY AmeriCorps members were welcomed to the community on Friday, Sept. 6, as they prepare for their year of service left, Samantha Boshoff, Megan Souder, Elizabeth Tayl Brodhead, Leigh Emelko, Melissa Boyer, Joel Krautter, LaPan, Stephanie Ler, Loren Schweiger, Joe White, Wesley Taylor, Back row: Judy in Sidney. At the meet and greet are, front row from or, Kayla Roan Eagle. Molly Jodi Berry and Chris O’Clair. Caysi Johnson, Matthew Moilanen, Neil Lindorff, Chris Lee and Rick Norby. MDT seeks input on US. 2 improvements in Culbertson Public encouraged to weigh-in at Sept. 26’ public meeting A portion of highway running through the t0wn of Culbertson could receive a face-lift under 3 Montana Department of Transporta— tion (MDT) plan to upgrade a key segment of US-2. MDT is in the early stages of design for a project to re- habilitate approximately 1.3 miles of highway through ‘ town with the goal of im-' proving safety, pedestrian accessibility and roadway conditions along the route. Improvements would begin at Diamond Creek. crossing west of town and extend east to meet ongoing road construction east of town. Members of the public are encouraged to review the proposed changes to the roadway at a walk—in open house Thursday, Sept. 26, from 4:30 to 7:30 pm. at Culbertson Town Hall (210 .; Broadway Ave. Culbertson, Montana 59218). MDT and project staff will be on hand to discuss the plans and an- swer questions. “Our goal is to develop a highway design ‘addreSSing * the need to rehabilitate the road surface and improve drainage, while consid- ering many of the long- standing concerns in the community,” said consult- ing project manager Tom Cavanaugh. “The intent is for the project to remain within the current public right-of-way.” In addition to rehabilitat— ing the road surface, the pr0j~ ect would install curb, gut- ter, storm drainage and side- walk throughout the more urban sections of the project. According to Cavanaugh the upgrades are aimed at both improving drainage along the highway and addressing safety concerns. ‘,‘Adding curb and gutter to the area will create clear- ly defined points of entry have DARTS! Pick Your % We have Them all. e e and exit reducing confu- sion for roadway users and improving safety overall,” said Cavanaugh. Other potential safety improvements include an "enhanced LED" flashing ' beacon at the school cross- walk and the elimination of some on-street parking to improve sight distance near intersections and fit in cen- ter turn lanes. A center left turn lane will be installed between the intersections 'of MT 16 South and MT 16 North to remove turning What are your goals for your time in Sidney? What are your top three "bucket lis items for. things to do while your in the area? My goals for my time in Sidney is to continue to integrate behavioral health into SHC and to ex- pand the program further. l also have the intent to solidify the community health worker program that l have created to make this a valuable asset to the community. My three bucket list items are l. to ZAUR What are your plans for after your service is complete? ,I plan to attend graduate school after my service is complete to receive a Ph.D. in clinical neuropsychology. What has been your greatest achievement? My greatest achievement in life has been not tripping across the graduation stage when i re- ceived my diploma from college. My parents have never been prouder. SCHOOL BOARD TRUSTEE VACANCY Due to the reclassification of Sidney to a Class District, Sidney Public Schools Elementary District 5, Richland County, Board of Trustees declared the need to fill two (2) trustee vacancies at the regular meeting of the trustees held September 9, 2019. All citizens are invited to nominate qualified candidates for the position. The appointed trustee will serve on the Board until the regular school election in May of 2020, at which time she/he may run for an additional two (2) year term on the Board of Trustees. < vehicles from the flow of traffic. New public park- ing near the school fields and a dedicated pedestrian path connecting the Culb- ertson Museum to existing walkways is also under consideration. Many of the upgrades were identified in the 2012 Culbertson Corridor Plan- ning Study which looked at transportation needs and cost-effective improvements in a 4-mile radius around the town of Culbertson. The bulk of the improve- lnterested candidates must submit a letter of application by 4:00 PM on Friday. September 27, 2019, to: Nicole Beyer, District Clerk Sidney Public Schools Administration Office 101 S Central Ave., Sidney, MT 59270 804 S Central Ave., Sidney, Montana 59270 (406) 433—4636 ‘ Colonoscopy o Hernia Repair o Gallbladder emoval ' 0 Appendix Removal 0 Upper Endosliflpy », 0 Central Line (PORT) Placement - Skin Lesion-Removal B'owelReséEtions ‘ 0 Ostomy Take Downs -- Mastectomy - Lumpectorny._.- ltis anticipated that ihdividual interweWsrofrti’nallsts‘lor theflva’cancy’Wine M :5 conducted at the committee meetings to be held on October 7, 2019. § It you have any questions regarding "its process or the position to be filled. please Contact the District Clerk or the District Superintendent at 406433-2366. 0n-Line Ordering - Delivery: 406—433-4338 0 Take Out: 406-433-4998 ' Dining Room: 406-433-4999 0 Casino open at 8 am daily - Steaks - Seafood 0 Burgers 0 Soup & Salad Bar - Kid's menu 0 Karaoke Pool & Darts - WiFi Bingo Private Casino Delivery Times: 11 am-2 pm and 4:30-7:30 pm daily - Restaurant and Lounge open at 10:30 am. ments will receive federal funding through the Na- tional Highway System with the federal govern- ment paying up to 87 per- cent of the costs and State of Montana providing up to a 13 percent match through gas tax revenue. MDT plans to have the project ready for construction by 2021, pend- ing available funding and the completion of design. Anyone not able to at- tend the public meeting is invited to comment through MDT’s online com— ment form or‘by emailing Please in- dicate comments are for the US 2—Culbertson project, UPN 8534000. l""—_—"'———————__'1 l WEEKLY FRAUD TIP l BROUGHT TO YOU BY CStovlunan Bernie Elder Financial Fraud , Steps to guard against elder financial fraud: Secure jewelry/valuables, blank checks, statements, and credit cards in a locked file cabinet. Require receipts for purchases made by a caregiver. Monitor bank accounts and credit card bills. Check your free credit reports at: W. Member FDIC Equal Housing Lender I L—._._.._.__.____._._____l Last chance, WW Debbie wrote: "I chose the French Dip sandwich. Remarkably tasty, with slightly crispy bread, and loaded with thin sliced prime Rib. The cu jus mode for melt-in-your-mouth - deliciousness. 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