Fallon County Times (Baker, Mont.) 1916-current, April 24, 2015, Image 7

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FALLON COUNTY TIMES FRIDAY. APRIL 24, 2015- 7 Seamless Standing Seam Roofing Seamless Steel - Siding Seamless (inner Stone Coated Steel - Roofing Toll Free 888-892-5746 Lemnion, SD 605-374-7373 John Hamner - SD Sales Rep Dave Knoop - ND Sales Rep Call Today for a Free Estimate! WE DO REPLACEMENT WINDOWS! LAW ENFORCEMENT Baker Police Department • April 13,2015 - April 19,2015 - 41 Calls for service: 3 agency assists; 2 animal complaints; 5 citizen assists; 3 disturbances; 1 drug information; 1 DUI; 1 extra patrol; 2 harassments; 7 informa- tions; I no contact order viola- tion; 1 public safety complaint; 3 thefts; 7 traffic stops; 3 unlocks; 1 welfare check Anyone with any information on any area crime is encouraged to call Crimcstoppers at 406-778- 2222. Calls are never recorded and rewards are offered for infor- mation leading to the arrest and conviction of responsible parties. FROM THE BENCH City Court • Trevor Alan Barnhart, Plevna, operating with alcohol concen- tration of 0.08% BAC or greater, 1st offense, $685 with $300 sus- pended on conditions for six months (10/20/15), jail 01 180 days with 180 days suspended on conditions for six months, at- tend. complete, comply and fol- low all recommendations of the Licensed Addiction Counselor and pay for all associated costs, report by 5/5/15 complete by 9/15/15. loss of driver's license by the State of Montana for six months, restricted probationary license recommended only with the installation of the ignition in- terlock device, defendant is re- stricted to driving only a motor vehicle equipped with a func- tioning ignition interlock device during the probationary period and shall pay the costs of leasing, installing and maintaining the device, no violations of any local, state or federal laws, pay fine, fees and/or surcharges as agreed/ordered, attend, com- plete, comply and pay for chem- ical dependence assessment, education course and treatment and follow all recommendations of the counselor, ignition inter- lock device on any vehicle driven, SCRAM compliance monitoring bracelet for four months with credit for 2 1/2 months given pretrial (removal of SCRAM on 6/11/15), Wise - Choice LifeSkills Courses, DUI and Driver Responsibility, shall not enter any establishment where alcohol is the chief item of sale, shall not possess or con- sume any alcohol or illegal drugs and or drugs or medication with- out a prescription, notify the Court/Counsel immediately (within 48 hours) of any change of address or telephone number during suspension period, defen- dant shall be responsible to pay in full any outstanding SCRAM costs, defendant to have a zero balance by 10/1/15, ticket issued 1/31/15. • Trevor Alan Barnhart, Plevna, exhibition driving, dismissed by Prosecution with prejudice per a Plea Bargain Agreement, ticket issued 1/31/15. • Jason John Davison, Wibaux. unauthorized use of a motor ve- hicle. $335 with $200 suspended on conditions for 1 1/2 year , (10/6/16), jail of 180 days with 120 suspended on conditions for I 1/2 years. 60 days credit for time served, no violations of any local, state or federal laws, pay fine, fees and/or surcharges as agreed/ordered, pay Public De- fender costs of $250. complete jail sentence as ordered, attend. complete, comply and pay for WiseChoice LifeSkills Course - Offender Corrections, notify the Court/Counsel immediately (within 48 hours) of any change of address or telephone number during suspension/deferral pe- riod, ticket issued 11/3/14. • Jason John Dav i son , Wibaux. resisting arrest, $585 with $250 suspended on conditions for 1 1/2 years (10/6/16), jail of 180 days with 120 suspended on con- ditions for 1 1/2 years. 60 days credit for time served, no viola- tions of any local, state, or fed- eral laws, pay fine, fees and/or surcharges as agreed/ordered, pay Public Defender costs of $250, complete jail sentence as ordered, attend, complete, com- ply and pay for WiseChoice LifeSkills Course - Offender Corrections, notify the Court/Counsel immediately (within 48 hours) of any change of address or telephone number during suspension/deferral pe- riod, ticket issued 11/4/14. • Jason John Davison, Wibaux, obstructing a Peace Officer or other Public Servant, $585 with $250 suspended on conditions for I 1/2 years (10/6/16), jail of 180 days with 120 suspended on conditions for 1 1/2 years, 60 days credit for time served. Pub- lic Defender fees of $250, no vi- olations of any local, state or federal laws, pay fine, fees and/or surcharges as agreed/or- dered, pay Public Defender costs of $250. complete jail sentence as ordered, attend, complete, comply and pay for WiseChoice LifeSkills Course - Offender Corrections, notify the Court/Counsel immediately (within 48 hours), of any change of address or telephone number during suspension/deferral pe- riod, ticket issued 11/3/14. • Jeffery Chase Fife, Baker, driving a motor vehicle while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked, $285 with $150 sus- pended on conditions for six months (10/15/15), loss of dri- ver's license by the State of Montana to be determined by the State of Montana, no viola- tions of any local, state or fed- eral laws, pay fine, fees and/or surcharges as agreed/ordered, at- tend, complete, comply and pay for the WiseChoice LifeSkills Course - Driver Responsibility. notify the Court/Counsel imme- diately (within 48 hours) of any change of address or telephone number during suspension/de- ferral period, file proof of valid driver's license with the Court by 7 / 1 5/15, ticket issued 4/7/15. • Tandy N. (Bennett) Nelson, Baker, driving without a valid driver's license, has never pos- sessed $535 with $300 sus- pended on conditions for six months (10/15/15), jail of 10 days with 10 days suspended on conditions for six months, no vi- olations of any local, state or federal laws, pay fine, fees and/or surcharges as agreed/or- dered, attend, complete, comply and pay for WiseChoice LifeSkills Course - Driver Re- sponsibility, notify the Court/Counsel immediately (within 48 hours) of any change of address or telephone number during suspension/deferral pe- riod, file proof of valid driver's license with the Court by 9/1/15, ticket issued 3/31/15. • Alysa V. Prather, Baker, stop sign violation, bond forfeited $85, ticket issued 3/26/15. • Brandon Tyler Glaze, Ekalaka, operate a vehicle which has not been properly registered, bond forfeited $85, ticket issued 3/20/15. • Jay Dee Grigsby. Baker. part- ner or family member assault. causing bodily injury to partner or family member, $685 with $500 suspended on conditions for one year (4(6/16), jail of 365 days with 364 days suspended on conditions for one year, credit for 1 1/2 days served prior to sentencing, attend and complete a minimum of 40 hours of coun- seling with an assessment focus- ing on violence and controlling behavior, dangerousness and chemical dependency, report by 4/15/15 complete by 9/15/15, no violations of any local, state or federal laws, pay fine, fees and/or surcharges as agreed/or- dered, complete jail sentence as ordered, attend, complete, com- ply and pay for the WiseChoice LifeSkills Course - Anger Man- agement and Parenting, attend, complete, comply and pay for Anger Management Counseling and all follow-up recommenda- tions, shall not possess or con- sume any alcohol or illegal drugs and or drugs or medica- tions without a prescription, no- tify the Court/Counsel immediately (within 48 hours) of any change of address or tele- phone number during suspen- sion/deferral period, ticket issued 8/24/14. • Jessica Lynn Malkuch, Baker, driving without a valid driver's license. 2nd offense, $535 with $250 suspended on conditions for six months, jail of 180 days with 170 suspended on conditions for six months, 10 days jail to be completed by 7/30/15, no violations of any local, state or federal laws, pay fine, fees and/or surcharges as agreed/ordered, complete jail sentence as ordered, attend, complete, comply and pay for the WiseChoice LifeSkills Course - Driver Responsibility, notify the Court/Counsel imme- diately (within 48 hours) of any change of address or telephone number during suspension/de- ferral period, provide the Court with proof of a valid driver's li- cense by 9/1/15, ticket issued 3/26/15. Justice Court • Gerald Douglas Moser, Billings, no/expired periodic an- nual inspection, bond forfeited $135, ticket issued 3/31/15. • Cole M. Finley, Casper, WY, reckless driving. 1st offense, $335 with $150 suspended on conditions for six months (10/16/15), jail of 20 days with 20 days suspended on conditions for six months, no violations of any local, state or federal laws. pay fine, fees and/or surcharges as agreed/ordered, complete WiseChoice LifeSkills Course - Driver Responsibility, notify the Court/Counsel immediately (within 48 hours) of any change of address or telephone number, ticket issued 9/4/14. • Cole M. Finley, Casper, WY. fail to give notice of accident by quickest means/apparent dam- age over $1000, $335 with $100 suspended on conditions for six months (10/16/15), jail of 20 days with 20 days suspended on conditions for six months, no vi- olations of any local, state or federal laws, pay fines, fees and/or surcharges as agreed/or- dered, complete WiseChoice LifeSkills Course - Driver Re- sponsibility, notify the Court/Counsel immediately (within 48 hours) of any change of address or telephone number. ticket issued 9/4/14. Renewable Energy in Montana A FREE presentation on Solar & Small Wind Power 6:30 p.m. — 9:00 p.m. (all locations) NO PRE -REGISTRATION REQUIRED Tuesday, May 5, 2015 Broadus Community Center (near Fairgrounds) Broadus, MT Wednesday, May 6, 2015 Fallon County Library 10 W Fallon Avenue. Baker, MT Thursday, May 7, 2015 Wibaux County Library 115 Wibaux Street North • Wibaux, MT Hundreds of Montana homeowners and business people are turning to clean energy to offset power bills while contributing to improved air, water, and soil. This overview covers solar electricity, solar hot water, small wind generation, financing, rebates, and ways to connect to your utility. There will also be equipment demonstrations, and handouts, with time for questions and answers. Presented by: j, For more information call. Christopher Borton _ (406) 494-9875 Sage Mountain Center smc@sagemountain.org DEQ. r/119inANA-IINKMA ramallowty der.* Sponsored by. Montana Department of Environmental Quality Montana -Dakota Utilities evont ah &fabliau., ullo nelq 1.1.11.1416011 I,, onkr to ,,,ru avow ,h,ouldi I ga (4061 444 •51815 Drive Quality! Check out our TIRE SALE Now Thru April 30 Select Implement and Pickup Tires ON SALE NOW Buy with confidence Duck Commander® Mud Terrain Tires Available Spring Oil Sale extended thru May lst Customer Appreciation Ag Days Annual Tire Sale Saturday, May 30 Farmer's Union Oil CO, Baker, MT Baker, MT • 406-778-2519 Voice your opinion Write a Letter to the Editor (see letter policy on page 2) You're invited to our 408th Stan Howe AUCTION Saturday, MAY 9th - WESTMORE, MONTANA 20 Miles west of Baker to Westmore Road 10 Miles north to Auction -- Watch for signs! Register @ 9 AM - Auction 10 AM The Rod Cooper & Charles & Lottie Houzvicka Estates Two early Montana Homesteads • 9 John Deere Project Tractors - all pretty complete, good tin - - 820 with pony motor - 4 - R Diesels - 2 D; 2 A, one with loader - ▪ Farman A (project) + other tractors + Rims, Tires, Parts, Older Machinery. Many Auger engines, etc • Lots of Horse Drawn Machinery including Hay Loader - Dump Rakes, Mowers, Drills, Planters. etc. • 1947 GMC 2 ton, running condition, nice truck • 10 Vehicles - ALL PROJECTS • 1927 Model T Ford Coupe with Ruckstell + 2- Model T Ford chassis with 26/7 wire wheels • 53 Ford 4 door willathead - complete • 59 Ford 4 door - complete - • 60's - 70's Ford & Chevy Pickups some complete, some parts only, some may run + 48 GMC Truck • Threshing Machine, 58 inch • Wagon, Wagon Wheels, Buggy Parts • Shop tools, Trip hammer, forge, old tools & misc • Stock tanks, Call table, Fuel tanks, Fuel Barrels ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES INCLUDING • Porcelain Kitchen Range Tan/white, beautiful original - • Kitchen Cabinet - Dressers - 2 Rug Looms • Cream cans from Plevna & lsmay • Stoves + Primitives & Treasures to be found! • A ton of petrified wood • Lots of Scrap Iron & Derelict Machinery - We will be selling at two locations, beginning at the Cooper location first. Please note that there is no access to the auction locations prior to May 7th. Visit our web site for more information or call lor a full color brochure. You may pick up a brochure in Baker at the Family Food Shack (behind the new laundromat on N Main) vmv.frontrangeauctions.com • 406-949-3448 Stan Howe & Associates Front Range Auctioneers Helena, Montana Stan Howe - Stan Buchholz - Bob Miller Ma ll y West River ealthy Happenings Stork Screenbig Classroom 1 on Tues., May 5 from 2 -5 pm Complimentary prenatal education • Tour of birthing wing • Meet with patient financial services • Staff -enroll in patient portal. All expectant mothers and support person encouraged to attend. Please contact Patty Ness, RN to schedule at 701.567.6177 or patrician@wrhs.com Next month's Stork Screening is June 2. ND Athletic Sports Physicals The WRHS Physicians are offering sports physicals that are good for the next school year. All proceeds will be given to your school. Bring $25, completed and signed forms to the physical. Mott Public School - April 29 at 3:30 pm Scranton Public School - May 6 at 3:30 pm Hettinger Public School - May 13 at 3:30 pm New England Public School - May 15 at 3:00 pm Living with Diabetes A series of group education sessions scheduled with Certified Diabetes Educators (CDEs): \Counting Carbohydrates - on Mon., May 11 presented by Linda Nudell. \All About Diabetes\ on Tues., May 26 presented by Barbara West. Registration is required by calling 701.567.6203 or 800.732.0685. Classes held in classroom 1 from 2 - 4 pm. WRHS Auxiliary Perennial Plant Sale Fri., May 15 from 3:00 - 5:30 pm RZ Motors building on Hwy 12, please label your donated transplantable perennial stock. Plants are not priced; free-will donations requested. Proceeds used for WRHS Auxiliary scholarships. Congestive Heart Failure \CHF\ gatt2ntlducattsmstais Mon., May 18 from 2 - 3 pm in classroom I. Call Patty Ness at 567-6177 to register for this complimentary education. Wellness Break on KNDC 1490 Barbara West, RNC, CDE & Patty Ness, Community Health & Wellness Coordinator will discuss 'Advanced Directives\ on Thurs., May 21 at 8:30 am. WRHS Auxiliary Meeting WRNS Auxiliary luncheon meeting on Thurs., May 28 at NOON in the medical center's classroom. Schedule Back -to -School Eye Exams Early Dr. Kludt conducts a thorough eye examination on children of all ages. For all your vision needs call West River Eye Center. Call 567-6133 for your back to school appointment. College students schedule early too! 41 5 WEST RIVER HEALTH SERVICES liettinger • New Inglend • Aftel • Ferentort • 1 velum. • Newnwel • I halm. on •••••WW.w rhs.com

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