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Obituaries Mary B. ”Billie \ Casey Mary B. \Billie\ Casey, 82, of Dillon, Montana died on Decem­ ber 6, her 82nd birthday. She was born December 6, 1922 in Suffern, New York to Arthur and Ruth Butterworth. She married her childhood sweetheart John H. Casey and they celebrated 49 years of mar­ riage before he passed away De­ cember 14,1995. They had three children Barbara, Ruth, and Rob­ ert. They had a wonderful life to­ gether and enjoyed traveling all over the world. She is preceded in death by her husband John. She is survived by her daugh­ ters: Ruth (Charles) Wharton of Dillon, Montana, Barbara (Ron) Buczkiewicz of Libertyville, Illi­ nois, and son, Robert Casey of Waukegan, Illinois. Also surviv­ ing are five grandchildren: Ed and Charles Wharton, Laurie Pereiro, Robert Woods, and Casey Buczkiewicz and two great-grand­ children, Cassie and Layna. No services are planned. As per her wishes cremation I has taken place and burial will be I at St. Anthony's Cemetery in | Nanuet, New York at a later date, i Memorials may be made to i Dillon Hospice. I May Elinor i McCauley | May Elinor McCauley, 81, died i December 6, 2004 at Parkview j Acres Care and Rehabilitation Center. I Elinor was born and raised 9 1 miles north of Dillon on the home- ' stead of her parents Annie May , and Fred Edward Johnson. She ; attended grade school at the .-Nelson School north of town, graduated from Beaverhead Co. ; High School in 1940 and attended college at Western Montana Col­ lege. Elinor married William C. Bur­ gess in 1940, whom she later di­ vorced. In 1946 she married David H. McCauley and together they ran the Beaverhead Flying Ser­ vice where she learned to fly. Elinor also worked 14 years for the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service and, with Dave, established and ran the Buffalo Lodge for almost 20 years. Elinor is preceded in death by her parents, husband Dave McCauley, brother Sigfred D illon T ribune - Wednesday, December 8, 2004 A-10 Johnson and sisters Bernice Schuster and Beatrice Underwood. Elinor is survived by her son James W. Burgess and wife Patricia of Derby, Kansas; grand­ son Robert W. Burgess and wife Susie of Dillon, Montana, Tom (Anita) Moore of Haysville, Kan­ sas, Robert (Elim) Moore of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Wendy ((Daniel) Robinson of Carlsbad, California and great grandchil­ dren Kyle and Anthony Burgess, Jarrett and Derek Moore, Joseph, Eric and Ezra Moore, Sydney and Chase Robinson, several extended family members and many friends. Funeral services are sched­ uled for Thursday December 9th at 2:00 p.m. at Brundage Chapel with a viewing scheduled prior to services from 1:00-2:00 with in­ terment following at Mountain View Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Beaverhead Community Food Pantry or Women’s Resource Cen­ ter. Divorces Kirsten R. Hight and Christo­ pher K. Hight were divorced No­ vember 23, 2004. Sheriff News November 29 2:44 p.m. Clark County, Idaho advised a suspicious vehicle was parked in a turn-around about a mile into Idaho. The responding deputy could not locate the ve­ hicle. 9:24 p.m. The Sheriff's office was advised of a hunter who had not returned home when ex­ pected. The vehicle could not be located where he was reportedly parked. The office was advised shortly thereafter that the hunter had returned home. 10:35 p.m. A juvenile was arrersted after he was identified as the individual vandalizing Christmas decorations at a local residence. The juvenile was cited for criminal possession of dan­ gerous drugs and drug parapher­ nalia, DUI, criminal mischief and MIP. November 30 2:44 a.m. An individual called and requested help for a stranded motorist on 1-15. A Reserve Deputy transported the motorist to town. 8:20 a.m. A welfare check was requested on an individual who was reported missing. The indi­ vidual was located by cell phone in Ennis. POSITIONS OPEN ON BEAVERHEAD COUNTY BOARDS The Beaverhead County Commissioners are taking applica­ tions for positions on the following County boards: Airport Board .......................... 3 - three year terms Health Board ........................... 1 - three year term Cemetery Board ..................... 1 - three year term Pair Board................................3 - three year terms Museum Board ................. . .....2 - three year terms Planning Board ....................... 6 - two year terms Solid Waste Board .................. 1 - three year term Tax Appeal Board ................... 1 - three year term Weed Board.............................2 - three year terms County's Representative to the City Planning Board .... 1 - two year term Please submit a one page letter of interest by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, December 31,2004 to the following address or hand deliver it to the Commissioners' office in the Courthouse. Beaverhead County Commissioners 2 South Pacific Street CL34 Dillon, Montana 59725-4000 For further information call the Commissioners' office at 683-3750. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Beaverhead County Commis­ sioners will hold public hearings to solicit public comments on the Big Hole River Conservation Development Standards and Permit­ ting Process Ordinance at the following places and times: Monday, December 13,2004 at 7 :00 p.m. in the Commissioners’ Room of the Beaverhead County Courthouse. Tuesday, December 14, 2004 at 7:00 p.m. in the Wisdom Community Building at Wisdom, Montana. Wednesday, December 15,2004 at 7:00 p.m. in the Wise River Community Building at Wise River, Montana. Written comments will be accepted until 5:00 p.m., Friday Decem­ ber 31, 2004 in the Planning Office at 2 South Pacific Street Cl.#7, Dillon, MT 59725, or call 406/683-3765. Copies of this document are available at the above location or call the above phone number. For more information contact the Beaver­ head County Planning Office at the above location or phone number. /s/ Michael J. McGinley Chairman Beaverhead County Commissioners City Court Sancee L. Heaton had charges of assault dismissed per agree­ ment with City Attorney Gilbert. Pleaded guilty to disorderly con­ duct, fined $160. Brenden L. Boka pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, fined $160. Tammy A. Falcon pleaded guilty to charges of operating a motor vehicle without liability protection in effect, fined $285. Gabriel O. Davis pleaded guilty to a third offense CRM1P, fined $360, sentenced to commu­ nity service, shall complete the substance abuse information course with parentis attendance, shall complete a chemical depen­ dency assessment being respon­ sible for all costs, shall comply with all recommendations of the counselor, driveris license sus­ pended for a period of six months, other conditions imposed. Jeremy J. Yuhas pleaded guilty to changing lanes when unsafe to do so, fined $135. Tyson D. Gray pleaded guilty to operating a motor vehicle with­ out liability protection in effect, fined $285. Jamie E. Hart pleaded guilty to DUI, fined $360, must enroll in and complete the ACT program and be responsible for all costs, driveris license suspended for 6 months with probationary license allowed, sentenced to one day in jail and conditions imposed. Kristin A. McKinley pleaded guilty to a second offense of driv­ ing while privilege to do so is sus­ pended or revoked, fined $285, sentenced to two days in jail.. Zachary K. Wilrfong-Conley pleaded guilty to operating a mo­ tor vehicle with a BAC of 0.10 or greater, fined $360, sentenced to enroll in and complete the ACT program and be responsible for all costs, driveris license sus­ pended for 6 months with ap­ proval of probationary license. Pleaded guilty to CRMIP, fined $260, niust reimburse the city for the cost of his court-appointed counsel. Charges of speeding were dismissed on motion of City Attorney Gilbert. Dustin A. Brown pleaded guilty to charges of 1st offense .02 BAC under the age of 21, fined $160 and sentenced to enroll in and complete the ACT program being responsible for all associ­ ated costs, driveris license sus­ pended for 6 months with proba­ tionary license approved. Pleaded guilty to CRMIP, fined $160, must reimburse the city for costs of his court-appointed coun­ sel, conditions imposed. James T. Lozeau pleaded guilty to charges of window tinted more than allowable lim­ its, fined $35. Pleaded guilty to failure to have seatbelts in use, fined $20. Charges of CRMIP against Erin J Montgomery were dis­ missed on motion of City Attor­ ney Gilbert. Corey T. Wright pleaded guilty to charges of CRMIP, fined $295 and conditions imposed. Nicholaus J. Floersch pleaded guilty to CRMIP, fined $360, sen­ tenced to 15 days in jail with 10 days suspended conditionally, shall submit to a chemical de­ pendency assessment and treat­ ment being responsible for all costs and will abide by all rec­ ommendations of the counselor, other conditions imposed. Whitney D. Wines forfeited $85 for speeding. Weston S. Comfort forfeited $160 for disorderly conduct, fighting. James R. Wigen pleaded guilty to operating a motor ve­ hicle with BAC of .10 or greater, fined $360, sentenced to enroll in and complete the ACT program being responsible for all costs, driver's license was suspended for a period of 6 months, how­ ever a probationary license is approved. Pleaded guilty to CRMIP under the age of 21, fined $260, other conditions were im­ posed. Right of way violation charges were dismissed on mo­ tion of the City Attorney. Ceth C. Haggard pleaded guilty to operating a motor ve­ hicle without liability protection in effect, fined $285. The City of Dillon is accepting applications for a position on the Dillon Public Library Board of Trustees Send applications to: Dillon City Hall 125 N.Idaho Dillon, MT 59725 Applications are requested by 1/15/05. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN that the Beaverhead County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, December 14, 2004, in the Commissioners' Room of the Beaverhead County Courthouse at 11:30 a.m. for the purpose of soliciting public comment on the proposal to add Hoary Alyssum to the County's Noxious Weed list. For further information contact Weed Supervisor Jack Eddie at 2 S. Pacific St. Cl. #12, Dillon, MT 59725 or call 406/683-3790. /s/ Michael J. McGinley Chairman Beaverhead County Commissioners INVITATION TO BID The Board of County Commissioners for Beaverhead County, Montana is requesting sealed bids for the purchase and removal of a house and/or garage located at Township 7S, Range 8W, Section 17 commonly addressed as 930 N. Montana, Dillon MT. The house and garage must be re­ moved by February 20, 2005. All bids must be in a sealed envelope marked \House Purchase and Removal Bid\ and must be received by 5:00 p.m., Friday, December 17,2004 in the Beaverhead County Clerk and Recorder's Office at 2 South Pacific Street, Cl. #3, Dillon, MT. The bids will be opened by the County Commis­ sioners at 1:30 p.m. on December 20, 2004. The successful bidder shall be required to provide a \Hold Harmless Clause\ a One Million Dollar Certificate of Liability Insurance with Beaverhead County being named as addi­ tional insured, and any required permits. The Board of County Commissioners reserves the right to reject any and/or all bids and waive informalities as deemed in the best interest of Beaverhead County. For further information contact the County Commissioners' Office at 2 South Pacific St., Cl#4 Dillon, MT 59725 or call 406/683-3750. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, BEAVERHEAD COUNTY /S/ Michael J. McGinley Chairman Ernie A. Libby forfeited $65 for speeding. Clifford C. Evans forfeited $85 for operating a motor vehicle with expired registration. Kelly P. Osborne pleaded guilty to speeding, fined $65. Holly G. Cox pleaded guilty to turning when unsafe to do so, fined $85. Francis M. Severance pleaded guilty to charges of Per Se Viola­ tion, a first offense, fined $360, sentenced to enroll in and com­ plete the ACT program being re­ sponsible for all costs, driver’s license suspended for a period of 6 months with a probationary li­ cense recommended, other con­ ditions imposed. Sara J. Glueckert pleaded guilty to a right of way violation, failure to yield, fined $85. Patrick F. Gordon forfeited $40 for speeding. Jonathan R. Buffington pleaded guilty to CRMIP under the age of 21, fined $260, sen­ tenced to community service, shall complete the ACT class be­ ing responsible for all program costs, conditions imposed. Daniel Blomquist pleaded guilty to charges of operating a motor vehicle with expired regis­ tration, fined $85. Pleaded guilty to charges of operating a motor vehicle without liability protec­ tion, fined $285. T.J. McQuiston pleaded guilty to charges of careless driving, fined $135. Charges of operating a motor vehicle without liability protection were dismissed upon providing proof of vehicle insur­ ance effective at the time the ci­ tation was written. Justice Court Kenneth Whitney, Dillon, had a charge of Partner or Family Member Assault, first offense, bound over to District Court. Kenneth Whitney, Dillon, had a charge of Assault with a Weapon, a felony, bound over to District Court. Kenneth Schmidt, Wise River, pleaded guilty to Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, fined $560. Driver's License suspended six months, sentenced to six months and one day jail with six months suspended, must attend ACT class. John R. Polasik, Bozeman, for­ feited $135 for Possess Unlaw­ fully Killed/Parts Unlawfully Taken (Big Game, Fish). Howard T. Brown, Columbia Falls, forfeited $135 for Violation of Fish, Wildlife & Parks Com­ mission or Department Orders or Rules. Darren R. Jesspo, Pinesdale, MT, forfeited $135 for Violation of Commission or Department Orders or Rules. Stephen A. Siphakis, Pinesdale, MT, forfeited $135 for Violation of Commission or Department Orders or Rules. Jerry Johnson, Sr., Melrose, forfeited $135 for Fail to Get Landowner Permission to Hunt Big Game. Continued on Page A ll ATTENTION CITY OF DILLON DOG OWNERS Section 6.04.020 of Title 6 - ANIMALS - of the City of Dillon Ordinances requires all persons owning, keeping, or harbor­ ing any dog within the city limits to have the dog licensed. The City of Dillon will be issuing the year 2005 Dog Licenses during the month of December at a reduced cost. The cost for a city dog license will be $9.00 or $4.00 for a dog that has been spayed/nuetered. These fees will increase to the statu­ tory fee beginning January 1,2005. You must provide proof of a current rabies vaccination at the time of purchase. NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE ASSESSMENT AND LEVY FOR SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 36 YOU ARF NOTII II I) THAT the assessment roll for Special lmpro\ement District No. 36, which was created to finance installation o f sidewalks and under sidewalk electrical conduit for future lighting improvements along Montana Street within the City o f Dillon, Montana, is now on file in the office o f the City Clerk. You are notified that a meeting o f the City Council o f Dillon, Montana w ill be held at the City Council Chambers in the Dillon City Mall at 125 N. Idaho, Dillon on Wednesday, January 5, 2005. at 7:00 p.m.. w hich time and place are fixed for hearing for the purpose o f establishing a levy and assessment upon all benefited property in Special Improvement District 36. Persons desiring to object to the assessments must make their objections in w riting and file them with the City Clerk before 5 o' clock p.m. Friday. December 23,2004 which is w ithin 15 days o f the first publication o f this notice. Persons filing w ritten ’.injections and all other persons also may appear at the hearing, in person, by counsel or agent to slate their views. At the hearing, and at the times to which the hearing may be adjourned, the Council will act as a board o f equalization for purposes of considering the assessment roll for the District. The Council w ill consider the objections made and may correct, revise, raise, lower, change or modify the roll or any part thereof. For further information regarding the hearing about the levy and assessment for the District, contact Martin Malesich, Mayor, at City Hall. 125 N. Idaho Street. Dillon Montana, or by telephoning (406) 683-4245. ;s; Faye F. Jones Faye F. Jones City Clerk 7225 Hwy. 91 S. • Yard Phone: (406) 683-2002 S A L E D A T E : 1 2 / 0 2 / 0 4 Utility and Commercial C o w s ..... 57-66 C u tters ........................... .................. 56-50 C a n n e rs ......................... ...................49-41 B u lls ............................... .................. 46-67 H e iferettes .................... .................. 62-87 Feeder S te e r s ............. ............... 81-102 Feeder H e ife rs ............ ............... 87-105 Steer C a lves ................. ................92-142 Heifer C a lves ............... ............. 101-127 Bred C o w s .................... ........... 465-1000 Regular Sale, Dec. 9th RegularSale; Dee. 16 No Salai Dec. 23 Regular Sàia, Dec. 30 Owen Brown Home# 683-8942 Brand Inspector Cell# 660-0471 $ I

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