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Page 8-4 MI LON TRIM - Wednesday May 14 2014 11) Southion. Montanal 1 4s c> Weather NO...1 Wednesday Mostly sunny Above normal teniperatures LOW 34 HIGH 68 Thursday 0 Mostly sunny. Warmer temperatures LOW 40 HIGH 73 Friday Mostly cloudy Risk of showers Warm LOW 45 HIGH 71 Valid for Wednesday May 14 2014 Ir?ii Nfisdom 29 / 63 Jackson il s0 131 57 rofger.10 fox Melrose. Twin (Lib 33/ 63 Bridges 36 / 67 Sheridan 35/63 ' Saturday cQ,Q1 Mostly cloudy. Risk of showers Mild temps LOW 43 HIGH 68 Mostly sunny Risk of showers Cool LOW 39 HIGH 60 Forecast Details for Southwestern Montana Generally fair weather is forecast to move over Montana Sunny skies and warm temperatures are expected on Wednesday and Thursday Some unstable air could bring a slight chance of scattered light showers over the weekend Afternoon temperatures will cool to 60 on Sunday Today's State Forecast ! ' ' ' s ; ctla 38 r 73 Great Falls 39 /69 Helena 38168 , tio,4 1 Miles City 38 / 63 39 / 64 Glend,ve / 90 Climate Summary (observed and recorded at Dillon) Historical Records for Wednesday. WARMEST May 14. 2014 COLDEST MAX. PREC1P. ' NORMAL TEMPS. i- 1 Low 36 High 66 84 in 1987 20 in 1983 0.81 inches In 1923 See Jerry Wessels Tire Center for your Daylight on May 14 2014 ass for 14 hours and 50 min. Be A Weather Watcher*Wiriner Advertise your business on the Dillon Tribune's Weather Forecast! Annual \Click It, Don't Risk It\ seat belt enforcement to focus on east -west travelers During the annual seat belt enforcement campaign, the Safety Enforcement Traffic Team of the Montana Highway Patrol will focus special patrols on 1-90 and Highway 200, two of the state's busiest border -to- border routes. Though SETT troopers are likely to concen- trate on heavier traffic on the west side of the mountains, motorists throughout Montana should be aware of heightened enforcement. Almost 50 law enforcement agencies across the state are adding patrols for the \Click It, Don't Risk It\ high - intensity traffic enforcement period May 19 through June 1. The national seat belt cam- paign is timed to reach motor- ists as the summer travel season begins around Memorial Day. SETT was created to pro- vide targeted traffic safety enforcement saturation patrols anywhere in Montana. They are often deployed to high risk locations at high risk times. The team coordinates with local law Death Notices Frank Harvey Brockbank 1940-2014 Frank Harvey Brockbank died on May 6. He was born Aug. 4, 1940. His family will announce services at a later date Douglas Woods 1954-2014 Doug \W( Woods died on May 6. He was born Jul. 31, 1954. Cremation has taken place. There will be no formal services, but there was be a celebration of life on Saturday. enforcement to blanket high- ways and local byways. Their efforts include enforcement of all traffic safety offenders, including detection of impaired drivers and speed violations. Overtime patrols for traffic safety enforcement are funded by the Montana Department of Transportation. High -visibility enforcement is one of the over- all strategies employed in Mon- tana's Vision Zero—working together to eliminate deaths and injuries on Montana roadways. Police news May 5 12:39 a.m. Abandoned Vehicle, Swenson Way at YMCA. 1:24 a.m. Alarm, E. Hel- ena at Alco. 2:37 a.m. Assist, E. Cen- ter. 3:23 p.m. Lost/Found Property, Safeway park- ing lot. 4:04 p.m. Vehicle In- spection, in front of Law Legislative panel backs $900 million dam sale (AP)— A legislative panel that has jurisdiction over the regulators considering a North- Western Energy plan to buy 11 hydroelectric dams from PPL Montana has unanimously endorsed the $900 million deal. The Energy and Telecom- munications Interim Committee voted Friday during a meeting in Great Falls to send a letter to the Public Service Commission endorsing NorthWestern's appli- cation, the Great Falls Tribune reported Saturday. \This is a very large scale, almost monumental subject, and to have a unanimous vote is somewhat unusual,\ said Sen. Cliff Larsen, D -Missoula, chair- man of the committee. The committee has jurisdic- tion over the PSC, the regulatory body that will decide whether the purchase goes forward. The committee's opinion will carry weight with the commission, along with public testimony and evidence under already under review, PSC Chairman Bill Gal- lagher said. The PSC has set aside two weeks beginning July 8 for a hearing on the sale in Helena, Gallagher said. A final decision is due in September. \Just in terms of numbers and impacts, it's certainly the case of the decade,\ Gallagher said. The dams are on the Mis- souri, Madison, Flathead and Clark Fork rivers and West Rosebud Creek. They were owned by the Montana Power Co. until PPL bought them during deregulation in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Combined, the 11 dams have Trails meeting open to public Montana State Parks an- nounced that the citizen Mon- tana State Trails Advisory Committee (STAC) will hold a meeting on Friday, May 23 at 9:30 a.m. in the Fish, Wildlife & Parks Regional Office, located in Bozeman. The meeting is open to the public. For more information contact: Beth R. Shumate, Trails Program Manager at (406) 444- 4585 or bshumate@mt.gov. The Montana Recreational Trails Program provides grant funding to support trail con- struction, trail maintenance and grooming, and trail -related edu- cation so enthusiasts can enjoy trails throughout Montana. Continued from page B-3 Enforcement Complex. May 6 10:52 a.m. Traffic Com- plaint, N. Montana in front of The Moose. 11:29 a.m. Vehicle In- spection, S. Bozeman. 11:31 a.m. Domestic, S. Idaho. 12:42 p.m. Drugs, Com- munity Support Center. 6:28 p.m. Vandalism, S. Washington St. May 7 7:01 a.m. Stolen Vehicle, S & R Cotinued from pogo 13-3 membership. Most of the train- ing will be presented by quali- fied Beaverhead S&R members. Each year, the unit helps out at various community ac- tivities, many of them for youth organizations of Beaverhead County. On Saturday, May 3, Allan Holt, Larry Skiles and Tommy Goins went to Big Hole Days at the Meriwether Ranch, north of Melrose. They gave presentations to numer- ous groups of young people on surviving if lost. Some of the things discussed were: how and why people get lost; what to do when you realize you are lost; types of things to carry with you whenever you are out walking or hiking; and how to stay safe and protected. There were 60 -plus kids participating in the day's activities. For several years, Beaverhead S&R has cooked for the Moto Cross races held at the track up Stone Creek. This year, the unit again cooked during the event. Tera Remely, Jim Kajin, Donny Keltz, Brian DeMars, Paula Williams, and Nikki and Kevin Cowperthwait participated for the unit on this inclement day. The Search & Rescue unit has Our Obituary Policy Obituaries submitted, by funeral homes and/or private persons, to the Dillon Tribune for publication must be paid. The rate will be the current open rate, $7.85 per column inch (approximately 30 words per inch). Photographs may be included for an additional $15 each. Death notices (name, birth date, death date, immediate family survivors (i.e., parents & siblings if unmarried, or spouse & children if married), funeral service arrangements - date, time and location, hut no photo) will be published at no charge. Obituaries of deceased persons 16 years and younger, and obituaries written by Dillon Tribune staff, using specific obituary news writing format, will be published at no charge. a program it presents to young kids called Hug A Tree. On May 14, Mel Rice, Brian DeMars and ex -member Tom McKnight will be presenting this program to first graders at Parkview El- ementary. Later in the month, longtime member Russ Sigman and Brian DeMars will be pre- senting the Hug A Tree program to the Girl Scouts at the Birch Creek Center. For the g(iod of the order, the monthly drawing winner was MD Peterson. MD is one of S&R's older members and is one of our first responders when the unit is called to the E. Glendale. 7:41 a.m. Alarm, N. Idaho at Pizza Hut. 7:57 a.m. Criminal Mis- chief, E. Bannack. 1 0:5 5 a.m. Theft, arrest(s) made, E. Helena at Little Town Pump. 4:18 p.m. Assist, N. Idaho 4:47 p.m. Domestic, W. Glendale. 5:52 p.m. Animal Com- plaint, E. Center. 10:30 p.m. Traffic Com- plaint, Safeway parking lot. Big Hole area. On Saturday night, Beaverhead Search & Rescue holds its annual appreciation dinner/banquet to show ap- preciation to spouses for their understanding of late -night and early morning pages. Presenta- tions will also be made to rookie member and the old member of the year. Currently, the unit member- ship roll is not capped out, so Beaverhead S&R invites all individuals interested in becom- ing a committed participant to contact any S&R member and submit an application. BOHLINGE R More wisdom. Less money. Vote John Bohlinger US Senate 0 O hlinger Pd by San) Rankin (srankin1234Sioptimum net) & not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee. capacity to generate 633 mega- watts of electricity, or as much as a large coal-fired power plant. NorthWestern is the largest electric and natural gas utility in Montana, with 342,000 elec- tricity customers in the state. The company announced the deal in September, saying the dams will provide an affordable, long-term supply of electricity for customers. The Montana Consumer Counsel has warned the deal could shift millions of dollars onto consumers unless more risk for the cost of the purchase is assumed by the utility. 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