This program is only set up for Justice Court at this time. County, GVW, Montana Highway Patrol, Fish, Wildlife and Game and livestock tickets may all be paid through this service.
To complete payments online go to the CitePayUSA, choose Montana as your state and Pondera County. On the next page you will be able to enter your citation number and your date of birth. Following that you choose what you want to pay and there will be a five percent transaction fee added. You will need to say yes to bond forfeiture.
Conrad City Court and Pondera County District Court are not on this system. If you have payments for these courts, this program may not be used.
If you have any questions, call Lori Kaphammer or Justice of the Peace Audrey Brown at 271-4030.
What is a rodeo without a Queen?
The Conrad Lions Club 71st annual Whoop-Up Trail Days Celebration has four Conrad High School seniors working to be the rodeo Queen.
The Pondera Tavern association sponsors the program in which the girls sell tickets and you could win two $250 prizes at the Rodeo, June 4-5.
The proceeds fund scholarships for all of the candidates as well as the DUI Taskforce’s Ride Home Safe program.
The four candidates this year include Courtney Anderson, Lexianna Arellano, Kelli Fagan and Amanda Lee.
This year the announcement and crowning of the Queen will take place between the shows of The Singing Sons of Beaches on June 2 at the Orpheum Theater/Wiegand Auditorium.
By Deanna Wakkinen, I-O Reporter
Conrad’s new little craft store, Creative Addictions, has drastically remodeled their building and opened the doors for business.
It all began when Melody Campbell had the idea to put some of her Fuzzie Wuzzie Wool rugs and some other items out to sell during the Christmas Stroll. The idea became a reality when she decided to team up with Kit Finlayson, a fellow crafter, and they quickly got to work looking for the perfect place to temporarily set up shop. After scouting around town, the old Super Dollar Store building seemed to fit the bill.
Even though it was extremely cold the evening of the Christmas Stroll, Creative Addictions was bustling with activity and it became apparent that there were many crafters in town who were excited at the prospect of a new craft store opening in the city of Conrad. The cozy fireplace might have drawn some shoppers in from the cold, too.
“It’s a central location to a lot of surrounding little towns and we thought it would be really nice for people to not have to drive very far to buy the crafting supplies they need.” Finlayson said.