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8... ROUNDUP RECORD-TRIBUNE Roundup, MT, July 30, 2014 Sheriff's Report.... The following are the calls received at the local Sheriff's Department for the week of July 20 - 26: July 20 *A civil complaint was received from Fourth Avenue East *A 911 unwarranted call came in *A report of a traffic safety hazard came in from US Highway 87 South, Mile Marker 43 *The fire department responded to a call from Rehder Road *There was a 911 call reporting a fire on Rehder Road *A 911 unwarranted call came in *Another animal problem came in from Eighth Avenue West July 21 *An animal problem was reported from US Highway 87 North *A welfare check was requested to Third Street West *A non DUI traffic complaint came in from US Highway 87 South, Mile Marker 41 *Another non DUI traffic complaint was reported at US Highway 87 South *A call came in regarding a burglary on Third Street West *A citizen requested assistance from Lennick Road *A 911 hang up call was received *Trespass reported *A welfare check was requested on Steep Road *There was a 911 transfer call received *An animal problem was reported from Sawmill Road to property was *A non-emergency 911 call was received from Fourth Street and Eleventh Avenue West *The fire department responded to a call from Denali Cabin *The fire department responded to three more reports [ube, Oil & Filter Service Special!!! $3995 Includes: Up  to 5 quarts of Bulk Oil Filter t Washer Fluid 32 Point Inspection Car Wash ; Other Service Specials: Automatic Transmission Service A/C Recharge Cooling Flush Transfer Case & Differential Fluid Change Call Moe and Set Up and Appointment '00Musselsheil Valley 418 Main - Roundup, MT Call today 323-2605 Head Start Preschool Enrolling for Fall 2014-2015 C,//ic/re n 6 Their Fa m'x'es  -- Space is limited, so parents should not delay. 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Call 323-3655 "This institution is an equal opportunity provider, and employer." of fire *Criminal mischief was reported at Sixth Street West July 22 *There was an animal problem reported on US Highway 87 South *The Sheriff's Office responded to a general call from US Highway 87 South *The Sheriff's Office responded to another general call from First Street East *The fire department responded to a call from Golf Course Road *The- fire department responded to a call from Fattig Creek *The fire department responded to another call from Valley Road *The Sheriff's Office was called to a general response on First Street West *Another general response call came in from Eleventh Avenue West *The fire department responded to a fire on Hawk Creek *A welfare check was requested *A vehicle inspection took place on Third Street West *The fire department responded to a call from Bender Road *A non-emergency 911 call came in from Bender Road *A suspicious person, vehicle or activity was reported on Third Street West *A 911 fire response call was answered *A suspicious person, vehicle or activity was reported at First Street West *A suspicious person, vehicle or activity call came in from Main Street +A request for assistance was received from an address on Main Street July 23 '*An unwarranted 911 call was received from Main Street *A non-emergency 911 call was received from Third Avenue West *A general response call came in from First Street East *The fire department responded to a fire on Lodge Road *A gas drive off was reported from Main Street *A call of a traffic safety hazard came in from US Highway 12 East *A call from Main Street was a 911 hang up *Disorderly conduct was reported from Third Street West *The fire department responded to a call from Noah Gage Road *A 911 unwarranted call came in from Main Street *There was an animal problem reported on US Highway 87 South, between Mile Markers 39 and 40 *Trespass to property was reported on Third Street West July 24 *A non DUI traffic complaint came in from Third Street East *A general response call came in from Skyline Drive *A civil complaint was reported *The fire department responded to a call from US Highway 12 East *A non-emergency 911 call came in from Main Street *A 911 unwarranted call came in from Fourth Avenue West *Another 911 unwarranted call was received *A non-emergency 911 call was received from Sixth Street West *Disorderly conduct was reported on Fourth Avenue West *The fire department responded to three calls *The fire department responded to a fire on Hawk Creek Road *A suspicious person, vehicle or activity was reported at Third Street West *Another suspicious call was received from Skyline Drive *Criminal mischief was reported at Eighth Avenue West July 25 *A welfare check was requested on Log Cabin Road *A general response was requested by a call from Third Street East *A welfare check was requested from US Highway 87 South *The fire department responded to a call from US Highway 87 South *A call for a general response came in from Second Street West *A burglary was reported at Second Street East *A call came in from Roland Road for a welfare check *A non DUI traffic complaint came in from US Highway 87 South *The Sheriff's Office was called for a general response to Champion Cowboy honored on National Cowboy Day Dear Editor: I feel compelled to write after reading the negative articles in the paper in regard to the school situation. It is difficult for me to understand why some people are so against a project that will impac t future generations. I have seen the overcrowded classrooms and children being taught in hallways that were sometimes cold and drafty. The bathrooms downstairs are not safe for children. P.E. classes should be in the same building rather than having small children struggle with outer gear in inclement weather. The parking situation is deplorable for everyone, parents, teachers and homeowners in the area. I feel that the School Board made the best decision possible after looking at all the facts. The community, elected these dedicated persons and we need to support their decision and not be influenced by a few persons with the louder voices. Sincerely, B.etty Collins Earl Bascom The nameofoneofMontana's of rodeo from its early begin- First Street West champion cowboys has been nings, are still used today at ro- *A citizen called in for placed in the national spotlight, deos around the world. assistance from Main Street Out of the many great cow- After graduating from the *A non 911 ambulance call boys and cowgirls from across Brigham Young University with was received the country, Earl Bascom was a degree in fine art, Bascom fop *A non DUI traffic complaint chosen as the first Montana cow- lowed the example of his cousin was received from US Highway boy to be honored as part of the Charlie Russell and became an 87 South, Mile Marker 46 National Day of the Cowboy on internationally known cowboy July 26 *An animal problem Saturday July 26. artist. He spent the last years of was reported on First Street The National Day:Of the Cow- his life recording his many cow- East boy has been celebrated for the boy experiences into works of art *The ambulance responded past ten years throughout North and bronze. to a call from Main Street America Bascom was declared by the *A welfare check was The commemoration is held Professional Rodeo Cowboy requested by a call from US annually on the fourth Saturday Artists Association to be the first of July in honor of the cowboy, professional rodeo cowboy to be- Highway 87 Soffth, Mile Marker 37 cowboy culture and the cowboy come a professional cowboy art- *An inmate problem was way of life. reported on Main Street Earl Bascom posthumously ist and sculptor, During his art career, Bascom *A 911 non-emergency call received the prestigious 2014 was made a Fellow of the Royal came in from Neal Road Cowboy Keeper Award at the Society of Arts of London, Eng- *A 911 traffic complaint Valley Museum in Chatsworth, land, being the first cowboy to came in from Highway 87 California in honor of his con- ever be so honored since the so- South, Mile Marker 30 tributions in the promotion and ciety's beginning in 1754. *Public assistance was preservation of the pioneer and Earl Bascom even threw his requested from First Avenue cowboy culture, hat into the Hollywood arena as East Bascom was born in Utah and an actor in the western movie *AnonDUI traffic complaint raised in southern Alberta, but "The Lawless Rider" and other was called in from Highway 12 cowboyed and rodeoed across film media, tiding horseback East, Mile Marker 194 Montana alongside of the famous cowboy *A general disturbance was Starting in the late 1920's, actor RoyRogers. reported on Main Street Bascom gathered horses on The National Day of the Cow- *A burglary occurred on Kicking Horse Creek near the boy is a celebration for the heri- Tenth Avenue West Sweet Grass Hills on a ranch tage of the cowboy, promoted once owned by one of his rela- by a non-profit organization that Arrests and Citations .for the tives, the cowboy artist Charlie Works to preserve North Amer- Week of July 20 m thru July 26 'h, Russell. ica's cowboy and pioneer heri- 2014 Bascom won the bronc tiding tage. ARRESTS: championship at the Browning Being honored on the National Chad Stahl-Disorderly Conduct Stampede riding a horse named Day of the Cowboy is a befitting Ronald Hutson-Disorderly Surprise in 1930. He bucked off tribute to one of the great cow- Conduct his horse at the Billings Stam- boys of Montana-Earl Bascom. Marlita Hinkley-Disorderly pede (see photo). He helped Conduct roundup and brand on the Seven SheridanFish-PossessDangerous Crowfoot Ranch near Roundup. Drugs Often referred to as a rodeo ,.. Cameron Alvillar-Minor Atmpt pioneer and as the "Father of -.,--L'''-- Buy Alcohol Modem Rodeo," Earl Bascom is William Turley-Minor Atmpt the world's greatest inventor of Buy Alcohol rodeo equipment.' CITATIONS: Rodeo equipment that Bas- Speeding-1 com designed and made includes Trespass toProperty-1 the modem bareback rigging, No Proof of Insurance-1 modem rodeo bronc saddle and Largest Inventory in the Area Disorderly Conduct-1 the bucking chute. He and his "Continuing Tradition of Quality Work." Hours: 8:30-5 M-F Crim. Poss. Dang. Drugs-1 brother Weldon produced the Appointment Anytime Expired Drivers License-1 first known night rodeo held un- Billings Monument Co. MIP Under 18 l+t Offense-1 der electric lights outdoors. 3823 Montana Ave,, Billings, MT MIP +18 3 'd Offense-1 These rodeo innovations, all .... Ph, 245, 3391 or 1-800-498-3319 MIP +18 2 nd Offense-1 of which helped shape the sport , TIRE SPECIAL