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Page A-2 Dii.Lori TRIBI si. - Wednesday May 14 2014 Dillon Tribune's Candidate Forum Republican Primary Election part 1 Jay Hansen incumbent candidate for sheriff Paul Oldynski - candidate for sheriff As a native of Montana, I grew up in the Flathead Valley. After graduating from Mon- tana State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree, I moved to the Beaverhead Val- ley where my father's family had settled in 1902. I found em- ployment with the Beaverhead County Road Department, Williams Feed, and eventually with the Sheriff's Office. I mar- ried the former Sue Tash, now the Public many different roles and posi- tions within the Office of the Sheriff. In 1996 I was appointed Sergeant Deputy and ultimately in 1999, I was appoint- ed as Undersheriff until 2005 when I was appointed the first Investigator in Beaverhead County. In 2006, I earned your trust and was elected as your Sher- iff. I believe that the different roles I have worked, as- sisted me with my career, making me a Health Director. We have two grown children. I also have two older brothers with families living in Beaverhead County. For over 29 years, I have served and protected Beaverhead County residents. My career began in 1984 when I was hired as a deputy sheriff. Since then I have worked in better leader. I also believe that born leaders are few and far between and the typical leaders I have had the fortune to meet have become leaders by developing their skills over a significant period of time. The Sheriff's Office should be dedicated to protecting the public, preserving the peace, reducing the threat and fear of crime, improving the quality of life within our communities and always placing humanity first. We should be committed to doing the right thing, the right way, and for the right reasons by establishing within ourselves integrity. We should hold our- selves to the highest standards of ethical and moral conduct. We should be role models and define honesty, sincerity and establishing trust within our communities. We should be pro- fessional well -trained proficient officers evoking professional- ism, fairness, and compassion. We should treat members of our communities impartially while honoring and appreci- ating their diverse cultures. We should be consistent and devoted in protecting the con- stitutional rights of all. Lastly, we should be compas- sionate. We should treat people with respect dignity and under- standing. My name is Paul Oldynski. I am running for Sheriff of Beaverhead County. I was raised in Southern California where I trained at Santa Ana College to become a machinist. I then moved to Prescott, Arizona where I obtained a Certification in Gun- smithing with a mi- nor in Business. After graduating from col- lege in 1981. I married Julie and worked for a custom gun builder in Prescott. We moved back to California in 1983 where I really learned how to be a machinist, working with my father in a Research and Development shop. Julie and I moved to Dillon in 1988. We moved to Dillon because we wanted to raise our Jeff Welborn - incumbent candidate for House District 72 Representative Jeff Welborn (R -Dillon) serves constituents of the 72nd district in the Montana House of Representatives. I'm a life-long Beaverhead County resident and a fourth - generation Montanan. My business and pro- fessional life away from serving you in Montana's House of Representatives, in- cludes ownership of a trailer sales and truck equipment dealership, partner in a family owned livestock grass and grazing operation, and also operate a contract auctioneering firm that specializes in business liquidation and large scale fund- raising & benefit auctions. I have served as a director for numerous organizations representing Montana agricul- ture, and auctioneering, as well as land owner and sportsman groups. I have trav- eled extensively to the Far East, Pacific Rim and European Union countries on trade missions rep- resenting the agri- culture and tourism industries here in Montana I currently serve as Potentate (Chair- man of the Board) of the Bagdad Shriners, and a Past Legislative Member of the Pacific Northwest Eco- nomic Region. I also serve on the Beaverhead- Deer Lodge N.F. Resource Advisory Council and recently served on The MP Private Lands Public - Wildlife Council, Past Director of YMCA, and Past Director of Montana Farm Bureau Federation. In my capacity as your Representa- tive, I serve as Chair of House Fish & Game, Committee on Business & Labor, as well as 3 separate interim Legislative Committees one of which I chair, the rest of which I serve as a Ranking Member of House Republicans. Some of my past legislative accomplishments have been securing funding for re -con- struction of Old- Main Hall and Beier Auditorium on the campus of UM -Western, continued Sup- port of Youth Challenge, and Co - Sponsorship of the legislation that has reformed the troubled Workers Compensation system in Montana. During 2013 session Brooke Erb - candidate for House District 72 My name is Brooke Erb, and I am a candidate for House District 72. I first came to this area in 1973 when my par- ents purchased the Beaverhead Livestock Auction. I am a wife, mother, grandmother, university employee, agricultural business owner, and community volunteer. As Office Manager for the Associated Students (student gov- ernment) at The Uni- versity of Montana Western, my job af- fords me the opportunity to work directly with students. I am also the director of the UMW Safe Ride program. This pro- gram is designed to provide safe transportation, as an alternative to drinking and driving As a result of my involvement with Safe Ride. I have been an ac- tive participant in the DUI Task Force, in which I now serve as co-chair. I am also a board member of Youth Connections Mentoring Program. My experience work- ing with students over 12 years has deepened my commitment to public education. 28 years ago, my husband and I pur- chased a piece of property and began to build an agricultural busi- ness. This business not only supports my family, but we have been able to create jobs and op- portunities for other families as well. I support the growth and development of business, and understand the challenges we all face under the current regulatory environment. I entered this race primar- ily due to my concerns about the state budget. Beyond bud- getary issues, I am commit- ted to supporting responsible resource development, and access to the outdoor lifestyle, which is crucial to our quality of life in Southwest Montana. I have enjoyed working with the Beaverhead Outdoors Associa- tion to organize our annual hunt for veterans. As someone with experience in both the public and private sectors. I feel that I am uniquely qualified to represent the people of this district. I've been in- volved in this community, I am invested in ensuring our future MODULAR HOME FOR SALE The Ruby Valley Hospital (RVH) is offering a 2.315 square foot, modular home for sale, \as -is\ built by Friendship Homes of Minnesota, The Staunton Manor, Module #8032, 2006 The home has three bedrooms, two full baths, plus a half bath off the laundry room, a large kitchen with dining area and island, full living room and a family room with gas fireplace The master bedroom has a large walk-in closet, parent retreat area adjacent to the bed- room and a large bathroom with shower and a separate tub The heat source is natural gas, forced air and the water heater is electric This home has many upgrades including the cabinets, wood wrapped entrances and built-in book cases The RVH is offering the home to the highest bidder with sealed bids being opened at the RVH Board Meeting scheduled for Thursday, May 291h Bids must be submitted to the RVH by 3 00pm Wednesday, May 28th The minimum bid amount is (655,000.00) fifty five thousand dollars Bidders will be required to submit ten percent of their bid amount with their formal bid in the form of a cashiers check Unsuccessful bidders will have their checks returned promptly after the bid selection Scheduled dates for viewing the home will be Thursday. 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August 31st to remove the home from the current site located at 321 Madison Street Sheridan, MT Once the bidder is notified, it will be their responsibility to pay all utility costs incurred after mutual acceptance of the bid those expenses associated with moving the home and pay the balance of their bid in the form of a cashier's check payable to The Ruby Valley Hospital within (5) five days from the notice of acceptance and agreement The buyer will be responsible for all cloynq costs The RVH has the right to reject any and all bids For additional information, questions or Bid Packets, please contact Matt Leber or John Semingson at (406) 842-5453, 220 East Crofoot, Sheridan, MT 59749 or rvh(iDrubyvalleyhospital corn For photos of the home and floor plans please visit www rubyvaHeyhospotal com and click Recent Events under the News tab I served as a Majority Whip, co- sponsored Education reform that focuses on student achieve- ment as well as lowering local property taxes, while shifting revenue from oil and gas pro- duction, and I also chaired the committee that reformed wolf management policy, reaching a more effective solution for both livestock producers and wildlife managers. In my spare time, I like to travel the world, ski fresh pow- der at Maverick Mountain and Discovery Basin, tour the U.S and Canada by motorcycle, cook for friends and large groups in my take anywhere outdoor kitchen, camp in the mountains, and help with the fund raising efforts of Shriner's Hospitals for Children. success, and you can rely on me to think independently to make the tough decisions. family in a safe and healthy environment. We opened Oldynski Gun Crafting in 1988 in the Hitchin' Post Sporting Goods Store in Dillon, while also working on vari- ous ranches in the area and working in construction. In 2001, I became a Reserve Deputy for Beaverhead County and in 2002 was hired as a full time Deputy. During my service as a Deputy, I was a Reserve Coordinator, a Primary SWAT Operator, DARE Officer for the Big Hole Valley and Deputy Coroner. After leaving the Sheriff's office in 2012, I resumed working full time in my gunsmith shop and obtained my contractor's license. Julie and I have always en- joyed shooting, cutting firewood, hunting, fishing, hiking, and snowshoeing and have raised our children to enjoy these things as well. I am grateful for all my friends and the opportu- nity to have raised my family in Dillon and I look forward to sharing these things with my grandchildren. I enjoyed work- ing in law enforcement and would like the opportunity to serve as sheriff, where I think I could make a real difference. Your Local Real Estate Expert RayAitri Real Estate toul, °Hi( (1- \11/St, 1054928 (JON 683-3413 I State Bank .v7., I nivisiun of Me lima, of ( ' , I 0..14.113 frit .1 ( rl r I r.111•1 ( rrir.r'roirtorr.11 11,riti• I I . I ,pott I . I iii 114 ,, t HIV I II III \ iI I I II1 .sirplor ,1111r. i,t I iI.lIt'l rrt . • \ii.\1 rI Roc viii,s 11440/90 isis ,• haw, „f, •5??iliiI I amp JOHN DEERE SAVE big on big Want big John Deere performance and big savings too? Then now's the time to check out a hardworking John Deere 6M or 6R Series Tractor. 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