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4... ROUNDUP RECORD-TRIBUNE Roundup, MT. December 8, 2010 RHS BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM - The Panther boys basketball teams will start their 2010- 2011 season with a home game against the Broadus Hawks Friday night with JV game start- •. ing at 4:15. i ";&apos; ii ,  Notice istrati0n,;: " r •. For Mussehe]l Communit'd[Coufity Water &  District (*<'/ Mail Balection ;ii  i i' .' Notme is!jby given tha reglstr :or the MusseIsh¢ll Commumty County Water & i Sewer Districtail Ballot El'.ion to be held on tary 25, 2011, 'vdll'close at 5:00 p.m. on Monday, '£1,December 27,i'1]0 'i : ¢' v ")' i ",' All actwe}tors of the prsed usselshell Ofiamumty County Water and Sewer District are entitled ' to vote at saition, i' , ;7!;':,!' '>/', ,',' ALSO an),;!ildividual who the owner of the ./1 property described in the proposed Musselshell Community County Water and Sewer District is eligible to vote provided that the elector is qualified to vote in any'state of the United States and files]ifa0f of registration with the Election Administrator at least 40 days prior to the election. That date will be December 17, 2010 at 5:00 p.m. Persons who wish to register and who are not'ntly registered may do so by requesting a form for registration by, mail or by appearing before the eiei0n Administrator. Inactive electors may reactivate by filling out an,Updated voter registration card or by 0tifying the County Election Administrator in writing of the elector's current residence in the county, i&'. • If you have moved, please have your registrati0riSransferred to your'present address. *NOTE: If you miss this regular registration detdfine, you may still register for the election by show- ing up at the.coonty election office up to and including on election Day. Between noon and the close of business on the day before Election Day, you can d(Ola' off a late voter registration card, but you will need to return to the local election office on Election D@'to pick up and vote a ballot. Dated this 200 day of December, 2010 ,/; ,., Jane E. Mang • Musseishell County Election Administrator .... (Pub. Dec., 8,.2010 - 1 wk) RHS GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM - The Panther girls basketball teams will start their 2010- 2011 season with an away game against Broadus Friday night. They will play their first home game Saturday against Baker with games beginning at 4:15. Memory Project Artist Reception Lavina HOBY On Tuesday, November 30, Roundup High School artists par- ticipating in The Memory Project hosted an artist reception to show their portraits to the Roundup community. A nice sized crowd enjoyed visiting with the art- ists, delicious refreshments, and volunteering in Guatemala, Ben encountered a man who had grown up in an orphanage. This man explained that he did not have any personal belongings from his youth. He suggested that Ben help the kids collect special items that would contribute to viewing the portraits. Featured their sense of identity and self:, /t'tists were seniors Hannah Ap- worth. From this, Ben eovisioned7 l]]fVincent Agi]larl ' fiiar -  hat having potra{ts"naae b'y" a' q4ainn Wade, junior Emily Arauz, and sophomore Shalee Jones. It was a wonderful learning expe- rience for the students to host a reception, and was enjoyed by everyone. The artists displayed five portraits painted for children who have been orphaned, abused, and/or abandoned and living in a shelter in India. The Memory Project will deliver the portraits after the first of the year and send back a photo of each child with their portrait. The project was developed by Ben Schumaker as a graduate student at the Univer- sity of Wisconsin. In 2003, while students would be away. to con- nect American youth with kids from other countries in a mean- ingful exchange of caring. The Memory Project was officially born in the fall of 2004. In total, art students from the USA, UK, and Canada have created more than 25,000 portraits for children around the world. The Roundup students would like to thank all who attended the reception and continue to support the arts in Roundup schools. Learn more about The Memory Project by visiting www.thememoryproject. org. Vincent Aguilar and Shalee Jones stand near their portraits and answer questions during their recent artist reception. Photograph by Dale Alger. SUPERIOR ARCHERY BOWTECH . HOYT. MATHEWS MISSION. DIAMOND Ehristmas 5peclml BOW PAEKArE5 Starting at $3 9 90o ! See us for GIFT CERTIFICATES for your ,,hard to buy foe' sportsman • 406-245-0087 1680 LOCKWOOD ROAD Billings of the White Buffalo Representative Michael Schwehr, son of Craig and Kelli Schwehr of Lavina has been chosen as the 2011 Lavina HOBY Representative. He has been an active member in both academic and extracurricular activities such as BPA, football, bdsketball,' trark, 4-H Ju/ii01  National Honor Society, and Pep Band. His interests out of school extend to sports, hanging out with friends, and reading. Hugh O'Brien Youth Leader- ship, or HOBY, is the nation's foremost youth leadership devel- opment organization. The mis- sion is to inspire and develop our global community of youth and volunteers to a life dedicated to leadership, service and innova- tion. The conference for Montana is held in Missoula the first part of June every year• Roundup School Menus Breakfast *Hot or cold cereal served w/ fruit cup, juice & milk daily Wed., Dec. 8--Breakfast bur- rito Thurs., Dec. 9--Scrambled eggs w/ham Fri., Dec. 10--No School Mon., Dec. 13-- French toast Tues., Dec. 14--Sausage & egg biscuit sandwich Wed., Dec. 15--Cheese omelet w/hashbrowns K-6 Lunch Wed., Dec. 8--Chicken nuggets w/green beans or turkey sandwich Thurs., Dec. 9--Pepperoni pizza w/corn or ham sandwich Fri., Dec. 10--No School Mon., Dec. 13-- Spaghetti w/ green beans or tuna sandwich Tues., Dec. 14--Chicken noo- dle soup or PBH sandwich Wed., Dec. 15--Super nacho or ham sandwich 7-12 Lunch Wed., Dec. 8--Chicken nuggets w/green beans or turkey club wrap Thurs., Dec. 9--Pepperoni pizza w/corn or egg roll Fri., Dec. 10-- No School Mon., Dec. 13--Spaghetti or chicken patty on a bun Tues., Dec. 14--Chicken noodle soup or ham dell wrap Head Start Menus • Wed., Dee, 8--B/S: Apple rai- sin bread, peaches; L: Chef salad, WW crackers, oranges Thurs., Dec. 9--B/S: Okey dokey oatmeal, berries; L: Sloppy Joes, celery, apples Mon., Dec. 13--B/S: Chee- rios, bananas; L" Grilled cheese sandwiches, tomato soup, apples Tues., Dec. 14--B/S: Pan- cakes, applesauce; L: Beef tips & noodles, cherry tomatoes, cucum- bers, mandarin oranges *All meals served with 1% milk BLASTING NOTICE Bull Mountains Mine No. 1 In accordance with the Federal Surface Mine Control and Reclamation Act of 1977, and the Montana Strip Mining and Reclamation Act, the Bull Mountains Mine No. 1, located 15 miles south of Roundup, Montana, and owned by Signal Peak Energy, LLC, hereby issues public notice of the planned blasting schedule for the areas described herein. Blasting for this schedule will commence on December 18, 2010. NE1/4, Section 14, Township 6 North, Range 26 East, Musselshell County, Montana N1/2, Section 13, Township 6 North, Range 26 East, Musselshell County, Montana N1/2NE1/4, Section 4, Township 5 North, Range 27 East, Yellowstone County, Montana DATES AND TIMES: Beginning on December 18, 2010, blasting in the above described area will be done during the'following time periods: SUNRISE TO SUNSET• AUDIBLE WARNING SIGNALS: Detonations. will be preceded by a 60 second horn/siren wail. The all clear signal will be a 10 second horn/siren wail following detonation. CONTROL OF ACCESS TO THE MINING AREA: The general mining area is identified by permit and mining identification signs at all mine entrances. The immediate detonation area will be posted with a sign reading "Blasting Area". Access to the mine is restricted to authorized personnel ng_a!. EMERGENCY DETONATIONS: All blasting will be conducted only during the hours indicated except for designated emergency situations. Emergency situations will be those attributed to weather and other atmospheric conditions, or where operation or public safety is an overriding factor. pRE-BLASTING SURVEY: Any resident or owner of a dwelling within one-half mile of the permit surface facilities area may request a pre-blasting survey by contacting Signal Peak Energy, LLC, by tele- phone at (406) 323-4518, or in writing at 100 Portal Drive, Roundup, Montana 59072 (attn. Mr. Robert Ochsner). (Pub. Dec. 8, 2010 - 1 wk) Spread Christmas Cheer throughout the year with a gift subscription to the mnctt ['O-=t" . lmcs For more information call $) 323-1105 .--------------------------------------.----..------ I I want to send the gift that keeps on giving for 52 weeks   I of The Roundup Record-Tribune.  :, I Box 350, Roundup, MT 59072 . .... ,, I I am enclosing, a check in the amount of $ My name is: =21 _ I My Address: .:- , , .,,:.: '?::: i Town  St Zp ,:,. I Send this gift, with a card, to i , ]',, I Name: ! ./.,:,: I Address: ____ i I Town .... r i I St Zi mmmmmmMmmm nmmmm m m mmmmm m mm mm mm mmm Sheriff's Report continued.. (Continued from Page 1) of Corrections Charles A Rogers, Jr., Abstract of Final Administrative Order Credit Associates, Inc. vs. Rhonda Lawson, Transcript of Judgment Steven Thompson vs. Twila Thompson, Modification Order Ead Douglas Finley and Patricia Finley, Satisfaction of Judgment Walter L. Deal vs. Lori A. Deal, Amended Judgment Criminal Dispositions: State of Montana vs. Lorelei Van Marter, Count I: Deceptive Practices, by common scheme, a felony--7 years Montana State Prison; Theft, a misd., 6 months jail--voncurrent; Restitution of $1629.23 +fees. State of Montana vs. Barbara Swetky, Count I: Ob- structing Justice, a felony, 2 years Deferred to Montana Department State of Montana Vs. Steven Arndt, Two Counts of Partner Family Member Assault, a misd., 1 year for each count con- secutive, credit for time served, completion of Mental Health and Chemical Dependency Evalua- tions; surcharges State of Montana vs. Salvador Enriquez, Count I: Criminal Endangerment, 5 years, Suspended to the Department of Corrections State of Montana vs. Wade James Granbois, Count I: Criminal Possession of Danger- ous Dmgs, 3 years Deferred to the Department of Corrections State of Montana vs. Hector Felipe Valdez-Mendoza, Amended Count I: Sexual As- sault, Felony, l0 years Montana State Prison, less credit for time served; Designated Level 2 Sex Offender, Complete Prison's Sex Offender Program L_00CTF00 I C 24 HOUR SER'V'ICE 245-9551 BILLINGS : " -- Skid  -- De llwuck -- IIzllr GUNDERSON LAW FIRH m -800-410-7566 Attorneys engaged in the General Practice of Law with offices in Billings and Roundup. Personal Injury • Business Law • Real Estate • Wills • Probate Contracts • DUI ° Misdemeanor Criminal Maryrose Beasley Business D VM Cell Phone (406) 320-2323 Phone: 140 Hwy B7 N. Home Phone (406) 323-2345 Roundup, MT 59072 (406) 323-2323 i i ELECTRICAL WIRING & CONTRACTING 24 HOUR SERVICE ELECTRIC SERVICE INC, A Radio Shack Dealer 210 Main Street • 323-2306 Dr. Mark S. Rosebush Dentist 239 Main Street • Roundup, MT 59072 (406) 323-1234 Emergency Treatment