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SIDNEY HERALD Around our area SUNDAY, OCT. 6, 2013 5B Female OB/GYN to join Dr. Twigg's practice at Sidney Health Center ing her on staff to help meet the ever-changing needs of our community." Edwards, who is a board certified obstetrician gy- necologist, will provide es- sential obstetrical services including basic infertility work up and counseling as well as the management of both low and high risk preg- nancies through delivery and follow-up care. Gynecologic services will include comprehensive health education, annual exams and screenings, and operative procedures such Sidney Health Center is pleased to announce the ad- dition of Chastity Edwards, M.D. to the medical staff. Edwards is a surgical spe- cialist in obstetrics and gy- necology and will be joining Dr. Shari Twigg's practice in late November. Rick Haraldson, Sidney Health Center CEO, said, "We are thrilled to provide additional coverage for our women's health services with the addition of Dr. Edwards. She will be a great addition to the medical staff, and we look forward to hav- hunt comes week early Ron Aasheim, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks spokesman in Helena. The youth hunt is always scheduled during the public schools' two-day vacation in October, which is scheduled for Oct. 17-18 this year. That also puts youth rifle hunters in the field during the final days of Montana's archery season. Young hunters must wear hunter orange and follow all hunting district regulations. t205 2nd Ave NE, Sidney, MT 406-433-1577 Youth-only Montana's annual youth- only deer hunt -- set for Oct 17-18 -- will come a week earlier this year. The two-day special sea- son is open to youngsters ages 12 to 15 who've passed a hunter safety course. Ad- ditionally, ll-year-olds who passed hunter safety may hunt if they'll be 12 by Jan. 16, 2014. "There's been some confu- sion this year due to the scheduling of the statewide teachers' convention," said as hysterectomies, ablations and hysteroscopy. Edwards received her medical degree from Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine in Dayton, Ohio and also com- pleted her obstetrics and gynecology residency there. She has been practicing in Maryland since completing residency in 2007. In fact, Edwards was awarded the honor as one of Chesapeake Family Magazine's Top 100 Physicians due to her atten- tion to detail and rapport with patients. Edwards is looking for- ward to practicing in rural Montana. She indicated what she values most about practicing medicine are the bonds and connections es- tablished with patients and their family members. To schedule an appoint- ment with Edwards, please call the office at 488-2577. She will be located in the Sidney Health Center Clinic, Suite #106 with Dr. Twigg. Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery C[ [o ;ome 'l!iiii Your healthcare matters. When you are here, you are home. 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' Richland County youth celebrates Fair View Brorson Farmhands Missouri River Ranchers Lambert Hi-Liters Richland Aces Richland Rockets Forever Buds Three Buttes Richland Rascals Homesteaders Yellowstone Valley Trailblazers Badlands Brushpoppers National 4-H week is a time of celebration across the nation for all who are involved in the 4-H pro- gram. 4-H is the largest out of school youth pro- gram in the United States. Through the 4-H program, youth develop partner- ships with caring adults to develop life skills and gain knowledge through the "learn by doing" approach in various project areas. Here in Richland County, 4-H clubs will be celebrating and showcasing their accomplishments in various public win- dow displays and other club events. Also this year there will be a Livestock Judging contest in conjunction with National 4-H Week. Livestock judging is a process where youth evaluate a class of either market or breeding animals based on the de- sired traits of that species. The contest will be held on Oct. 12, at the Richland County Fairgrounds. The contest is open to all 4-H and FFA members who wish to participate. The registration will begin at 8 a.m. and the contest at 9 a.m., if there are any questions please contact the Richland County Ex- tension Office at 406-433- 1206. If you are interested in becoming involved in the 4-H program, please contact Josie Evenson, the MSU Richland County 4-H Extension agent at, 406- 433-1206 or at jevenson@ 01son Plumbing & Heating Residential & Commercial t-'s All A'otd- ,yi GooAye lkerson neral Home 315 2nd St. NW, Sidney 488-2805 I 1 PACIFIC 433-1301 Sidney / 488-1953 5101Oth Ave. S.E., Sidney Across from Sidney Livestock Market f ( 'OIIIIIIPI'I'P and Ari('ul|ure O Lower Yellowstone Rural Electric Assoc. "Owned by those we serve." Sidney 488-1602 A Touchstone Energy Partner SU & PPLY 809 East Main, Sidney 433-3400 we are your storyt 310 2nd Ave. NE Sidney 433-2403 JEWELERS 16 S. 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