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FALLON County Me* email@example.com 406-778-3344 VOLUME 100 ISSUE 4 BAKER, MONTANA 59313 $1.00 FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 2016 Ready, Set, Go Photo by Sherry Vogel The Durfey children enjoy the winter fun in Baker. Rolling Rubber reopens in.Baker topic Photo by Sherry Vogel By Sherry Vogel Rolling Rubber Tire and Truck Services reopened in a new location at 3655 Red River Lane, in the Hufford Construction building, off Highway 7 north of Baker, Jan. 4,2016. Owners J.R. and Carol Bean of Miles City are pleased with their new spacious location as it allows for expansion of the commercial, large passenger and light truck side of their services. They are offer- ing full tire services for farm, commercial. tractors, trucks and passenger vehicles while continuing me- chanical services: brakes, strutts, alignment and oil changes. They are also offering 24/7 mobile roadside assistance. The Beans brought Rolling Tire Company to Baker in 2008. They had provided service from the same location, east of Baker, for the past seven and one- half years. They were closed these past six months while they restructured and expanded Rolling Rub- ber's services. The Beans are happy to welcome Kevin Egland. who is returning as manager. Kevin helped open Rolling Rubber back in 2008.11e later left to pursue a business venture of his own. Ilarley Dauterman is the service truck operator and tire tech. He and his wife Vicky moved to Baker in 2014. They relocated here from Phoenix, AZ, although Ilarley was born and raised in Forsyth. Vicky is employed as a service manager at Wells Fargo Bank in Baker. Kyle Shear graduated from Baker High School in 2009.11e joins the staff as the mechanic and tire tech. General manager is Robert Boager who makes his home in Miles City. (I -r) General manager Robert Boager, Kyle Shear and manager Kevin Egland Photo by Sherry Vogel He states. \We are glad to be back in Baker to meet our customers' needs.\ The Beans look forward to providing quality service to the Baker coil- munity. Coming in the near future is Rolling Rubber and Truck Services grand re -opening celebration. Everyone is invited to come in to have re- freshments and meet the staff while exploring the company's new services and quality products. !lours of operation are Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. For more information, call 406-778-T1RE (8473). 'irfs rome in & watch the l ia-A- FOURNAMENT Big Game & enjoy Free Food Public school donations By Sherry Vogel Looking for a few more tax deductions that will benefit a worthy cause? Mon- tana taxpayers can now donate up to $150 to innovative educational public school programs and receive a one -for - one tax credit on their annual return. The program was established by Sen- ate Bill 410 which caps the public school tax credit at $3 million. The Montana Department of Revenue (DOR) must preapprove tax credits to make certain the cap has not been reached. Jan. 1 of this year, DOR created a web - site allowing taxpayers to preapprove the tax credit for their donation and to make the donation payment online. The ss e address is: littps://svc .mt .gov/dor/educat iondona- I ions/ Although taxpayers may donate any amount they wish, the tax credit is capped at $150. Taxpayers can choose to donate di- rectly to either the high school or ele- mentary district in the seven largest districts in the state. Donations outside of these areas will go to one of eleven regions and will be divided among all of the schools in that region. District No. 11 (Baker) and District No. 55 (Plevna) are included in Region 10 along with Carter, Custer, Powder River and Rose- bud. All funds will be distributed to school districts quarterly and will go into the school flexibility fund. The funds can be used for new technology or new instruc- tional programs. For more information, go to the FAQ ,ection of the website or contact Ken Bailey at 406-444-2562. TAKE NOTE Volunteers needed for High School Rodeo A meeting has been scheduled for all those who would like to volunteer to help with the Montana High School Rodeo Finals in Baker, June 7-12. The informational meeting will be held Tuesday, Jan. 26, at 7 p.m. at the Fallon County exhibit hall. Men's Choir rehearsals Rehearsals for the O'Fallon Men's Choir will be held every Monday at 7 p.m. in the Longfellow Music Room until the Americanism Program on Monday, February 15. Rolling Rubber owners Carol and J.R. Bean Fri., Feb. 5 - Local Tournament Sat., Feb. 6 - 8 ball doubles 9 ball singles Sun., Feb. 7 - 8 ball tournament it Visit Our Website at www.FallonCount Extra.com