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SIDNEY HERALD milestones WEONESDAY, DEC. 3a Obituaries Charlotte Eleanor (Hurley) Welty 1935-2011 Charlotte Eleanor (Hurley) Wel 76, Williston, N.D., passed away unexpectedly Thursday evening, Dec, 15, 2011, at Mercy Medical Cen- ter in Williston. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2011, at the Fulker- son Funeral Home Chapel in Williston with Pastor Ben Loven officiating. Cremation will follow services, and in- urnment will take place at a later date. Charlotte Eleanor (Hurley) Welty was born Sept. 29, 1935, to Patrick and Joy (Mohrherr) Hurley in Fairview. Charlotte moved to Buford, N.D., as a child in 1946 where her father began to farm. She was educated at the Buford Country School, and when she was older, she worked at the local Bee Com- pany and nannied for differ- ent families. On Aug. 27,1958, she mar- ried the love of her life, Richard Welty. The couple es- tablished their home in Bu- ford where they took over the Welty Family Farm. They were blessed with four chil- dren. Charlotte is survived by her son, Carlen Welty, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and his chil- dren, Josie and Shane; her daughter, Jeanette Welty' Jef- ferson City" Mo., and her daughter, Shanna Lindquist, Madison, Wis.; her son, Nathan (Yvette) Welty" Bu- ford, and their children, Kyle, Sean and Matthew; her daughter, Natalie Welty (Greg Sachau), Morton, Ill.; and her great-grandson, Beau Welty She is also sur- vived by her brothers, Mike (Babe) Hurley" Jeff (Sandy) Hurley, and Kevin (Dixie) Hurley; her sisters, Judith Hurley, Linda Helgeson, and Gayle (Dean) Farrel; as well and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband of more than 50 years, Richard Welty; her brothers, Keeton and Dennis Hurley; and an infant brother, Harlen Hurley Charlotte was a woman full of wit and life. She enjoyed gardening, nature, flowers, butterflies, reading, watch- ing Hallmark movies, drink- ing coffee, spending time with loved ones, a clean house, the sunrises and sun- sets of North Dakota, and above all else, she loved her family dearly Her spunk for life will be greatly missed by those whose lives she touched. Friends may share memo- ries and condolences with the family online at Friends may call the Fulk- erson Funeral Home in Williston IYom 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday and on Wednes- day from 9 a.m. to service time. Max Herbert Funeral service for Max Herbert, 79, Sidney, is 10 a.m., Friday" Dec. 23, 2011, at the Fulkerson Memorial Chapel. Interment will be in the Riverview Cemetery, Sav- k age, under the direction of Fulkerson Funeral Home, Sidney. Max died Monday, Dec. 12, 2011. at his home. Future fisheries panel to meet The 14-member Future Fish- eries Improvement Program's Citizen Review Panel will meet Jan. 5 at Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks in Helena, 1420 East Sixth Ave., begin- ning at 8:30 a.m. The panel will review proj- ect applications for the winter funding cycle and prepare rec- ommendations that the FWP Commission will review in March. The Future Fisheries panel is appointed by the gov- ernor and makes recommen- dations on funding for projects to restore or improve Mon- tana's wild and native fish habitat. The panel will review 13 ap- plications requesting about $380,000. The public may at- tend this meeting, or review and comment on the grant ap- plications on the FWP website at, click on the Fishing page. To comment, se- lect "Public Comment." Individuals or groups with opportunities to restore or im- prove wild and native fish habitat nmy apply for Future Fisheries Improvement Pro- gram funds. Landowners and other project partners usually share project costs. Excessive Daytime Sleepiness Morning Headaches Loud Disruptive Snoring Pauses in Breathing during Sleep If so, you may have a sleep disorder that can affect your daily life and overall health. For more information call: (406) 488-2385 SIDNEY HEALTH CENTER SLEEP CENTER \\;" 216 14th Ave $W Sidney, MT Phem,: 40o) 4,. -38 Visit us online at www.sidne!lhealth.or g SUBMIHED Lambert's program Lambert preschool students, from left, Keira Rains, Jayla Huff, Tyler Saltier, Bobby Knotts, Gus Klempel, Corbin Mullin, Whisper Enriques and Grace Hill entertain during the school's Christmas program. Report for Dec. 2-Dec. 8. Total calls: 31 Arrests: One Traffic citations: Seven Traffic crashes Investigated: Four Sheriff's report I III II II IIIII Significant Crees On Dec. 6, at 1:41 a.m., Angela Lea Summers, 29, called the Sheriffs Office and reported that she had crashed her vehicle on 22nd Ave. N.W. at County Road 126, north of Sidney. A deputy responded and investigated. Upon completion of Baucus' Montana Jobs Economic Engine salutes business U.S. Sen. Max Baucus, D- Mont., announced his latest "Montana Jobs Economic En- gine" highlighting Butte- based Pioneer Technical Ser- vices, an engineering, envi- ronmental services and con- struction management firm which employs 120 full-time employees people and has added 40 jobs in the last three years. Pioneer Technical has en- joyed a 30 percent revenue in- crease over last year's figures making this the best year yet for the 20-year-old company Pioneer Technical Services is currently hiring and has a proven track record of re- cruiting talented graduates from Montana Tech and has offices in Butte, Anaconda, Helena, Billings and a new of- fice in Missoula along with having recently acquired a geotechnical firm in Bel- grade. "Pioneer Technical pro- vides good-paying sustain- able jobs in an emerging sec- tor. I'm proud to highlight their work as an engine for Montana's economy and I will keep working on ways to make Montana an even better place to live, work, raise a family and grow business," Baucus said. Pioneer Technical Services President and CEO Brad Archibald says the company has made a decisive effort to face e economic doyctlO. . with courage and a bold atti- tude toward hiring. "While .... the headlines can make some companies shrink back, we've been blessed with an incredible source of good, hardworking and talented employees that have helped us continue to accomplish more work than had we cho- Order Your Christmas Bouquets and Bask00 s Call for Ideas! ..... '  or a franchise Small but powerful. Dawson Community College offers degree programs and the MOST online courses I00l)awsonil in the State. I $136.40 percredit dawson.edulonline the investigation, Summers was arrested and charged for driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol (first offense), driving while driver's license is suspended and criminal possession of dangerous drugs. we're thankful Senator Bau- cus is taking the time to rec- ognize our hard fought efforts to move the economy for- ward," Archibald said. : 010 The Coca.CCa (;onny. M Rg,ls Ser i sen to resist hiring. When I fred good people, I hire them. Then we go out and fend work for them to do. That formula is working well for us and