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FALLON COUNTY TIMES JUNE: 19. 2015- 5 • Seamless Standing Seam Roofing Seamless Steel - Siding Seamless cutter Stone Coated Steel Roofing Toll Free 888-892-5746 Lemmon, SD 605-374-7373 John Ilausatier - SD Sales Rep Dave Knoop - ND Sales Rep Call Today for a Free Estimate! WE DO REPLACEMENT WINDOWS! Pictured l -r: Coach Jay Hoversland, Clint Lesh, Seth Barkley and Dallas Arnell. Spartans participate in All -Star football game Baker Spartan football players Clint Lesh, Seth Barkley and Dallas Arnett participated in the Montana Class B All -Star football game in Billings June 13 for the South Team. Baker coach Jay Hoversland was one of the coaches for the South Team. It was a hard fought game, but the South Team came out victorious 37-28. Dallas Arnett was chosen defensive player of the game. The coach and the Spartan players represented Baker and Baker High School very well. Coming to the Fallon County Fair: Jeff Martin Comedy Magic By Lori Kesinger Zany antics and whimsi- cal illusions will leave au- diences of all ages in both amazement and hysterics when blond curly-haired magician, Jeff Martin, per- forms at the Fallon County Fair. Martin is a professional comedy magician who has toured extensively to en- tertain people with the wonders of comedy magic. Martin became inter- ested in magic at the early age of eight. A magician per- formed at his school and the following Christmas he re- ceived a magic kit, both of which propelled him into studying magic. He read every magic book he could at the local library then tried it out on his family. Martin performed occa- sionally at local community events and private birthday parties during his teen years. Later he made the decision to become a full-time profes- sional magician, and with the help of a friend learned the art of entertaining. Martin is one of about 2,000 full-time professional magicians. He has performed Jeff Martin for numerous celebrities in- cluding Eddie Murphy, Danny DeVito, Chevy Chase, Michelle Pfeiffer and Nicholas Cage. \I almost never personally recommend any magician, Jeff is one of the select few who garner my praise,\ said Tony Wilson, former general manager of the Hollywood Castle. Martin's wife, Pam, works behind the scenes alongside him. They travel across America to numerous venues about nine months out of the year. \We love to make people laugh! In a time of turmoil and uncertainty, our show FALLON COUNTY NORTH BAKER WATER! SEWER DISTRICT The annual DRINKING WATER QUALITY REPORT is available by request. Send to: NBWSD, P.O. Box 203, Baker, MT 59313 THINK SAFETY! Propane leak checks are of the utmost importance to the safety of your family! Leak checks will be done at NO COST to our valued customers while we are delivering regularly scheduled LP/Propane fill now thru October 1, 2015 Thank you for choosing Farmer's Union Oil Company as your propane supplier. 303 W. Montana Ave. • Baker, MT 406-778-2519 lets you 'step -away' from all the 'stuff' out there and just remember what it's like to be a fam- ily and be together doing something fun, like going to a fair and shar- ing some cotton candy and watching a magic show,\ Martin and his wife said. Jeff Martin will be en- tertaining Friday, August 21, through Sunday, Au- gust 23, at the Fallon County Fair in Baker. You can connect with Jeff Martin on his Facebook page Blond Curly Magician. USDA news New USDA portal enables farmers, ranchers to request conservation assistance online Washington, D.C. - Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack an- nounced that farmers, ranchers and private forest landowners can now do business with USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) through a new online portal. With today's launch of Conservation Client Gateway, producers will have the ability to work with conservation planners online to access Farm Bill programs, request assistance and track payments for their con- servation activities. \What used to require a trip to a USDA service center can now be done from a home computer through Conservation Client Gateway,\ Vilsack said. \USDA is committed to providing effec- tive, efficient assistance to its clients, and Conservation Client Gateway is one way to improve customer service.\ Conservation Client Gateway enables farmers, ranchers, and private landowners to securely: * Request NRCS technical and financial assistance; * Review and sign conservation plans and practice schedules; * Complete and sign an appli- cation for a conservation pro- gram; * Review, sign and submit con- tracts and appendices for conser- vation programs; * Document completed prac- tices and request certification of completed practices; * Request and track payments for conservation programs; and * Stored and retrieve technical and financial files, including doc- uments and photographs. Conservation Client Gateway is entirely voluntary, giving pro- ducers a choice between con- ducting business online or traveling to a USDA service cen- ter. ALWAYS CALL BEFORE YOU DIG One free easy call gets your utility lines marked ANO helps protect you from injury and expense. Sale Digging Is No Acctdent. Always Call 811 Before You Otg p. Know wAst s below Alwyys 8110.03re you dig callIllcon toe more intornuolqn Mt/CC. MLIGPA Need help with a project? CARROLL GENERAL CONTRACTOR All Types of Improvements Specoalong in commercial, residential, farms and ranches. All types of roofing: Spray Foam, Asphalt Shingle, Metal, Wood Shingle, Torch Down, Roll Paper, and all types of Root Coatings and Sealants 111111r7 \.\. 1\v Lia4 Insulation: Spray Foam for metal buildings, Commercial buildings and Metal siding repairs. Can also do: Waterproofing Grain bins, Basements, and Quonset Buildings Vinyl Windows, Aluminum Gutters, Decks and Deck Repairs, Patio Covers, Cement and Brick Work. Ask for Edward 406-281-3873 \Our goal is to make it easy and convenient for farmers and ranchers to work USDA,\ Vii - sack said. \Customers can log in 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to electronically sign documents, apply for conservation programs, access conservation plans, report practice completion, or track the status of conservation payments. Through Conservation Client Gateway, producers have their conservation information at their fingertips and they can save time and gas money by reducing the number of trips to USDA service centers.\ Conservation Client Gateway is available to individual landowners and will soon be ex- tended to business entities, such as Limited Liability Corpora- tions. It is part of the agency's ongoing Conservation Delivery Streamlining Initiative, which will feature additional capabili- ties in the future. For more information about Conservation Client Gateway, visit: www.nrcs.usda.goviclientgate- way. National Drug IQ Challenge The answer is B. Labels on Spice products often claim they contain \natural\ psycho -active material taken from a variety of plants. Spice products do contain dried plant material, but chemical analyses show that their active ingredients are syn- thetic (or designer) cannabinoid compounds. Learn more: http://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drug- facts/spice-synthetic-marijuana vri ...Qreek Bait e„ \1 • \ k'AKi Ft;hing Live Bait now available Farmer's Union Oil C o. Baker, MT 303 W. Montana Ave. Baker, MT • 406-778-2519 Fallon County Water Sewer District has two board positions open. Filing dates are June 22 - August 20 For more information call 406-778-2719 THE FOLLOWING FALLON COUNTY BOARDS HAVE MEMBER EXPIRATIONS AND/OR VACANCIES Board Number of Positions Open Term Council on Aging 1 Three Year Terms Lake Advisory Board 1 One Year Term (open position) Lake Advisory Board 2 Three Year Terms (open position) Library Board 1 Five Year Term Mental Health Board Representative 1 One Year Term Museum Board 1 Three Year Term Salary Commission (Tax Paying Citizen) 1 Three Year Term (open position) Tax Appeal Board 1 One Year Term (open position) If you are Interested In being a member on any of these Boards, please send a letter of interest to: Fallon County Commission PO Box 846 - Baker, MT 59313-0846 or deliver to the Clerk And Recorder's office by 1:00 p.m. Monday, July 6, 2015. The Commissioners will appoint board members the afternoon of July 7. 2015. Appointee terms will begin July 1st. MNAXLP Don't Kid Dad on Father's Day! Just Give Him A Good Ribbing! Beef ribs, of course. Meaty, mouth-watering beef ribs. Cooked exactly as Dad likes 'era -- smoked over charcoal and brushed with a tangy barbecue sauce. 111to could ask for an) thing more? Beef For Father's Day... It's the Perfect Gift. For great recipes go to www.beetitswhatsfordinner.com Baker CowBelles Beef. It's what's for dinner.

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