By Buck Traxler, I-O Editor
Craig Philip Broesder, age 43, is seeking one of two open positions on the District 10 school board.
Broesder was born and raised in Conrad and was self employed in the trucking business before going to work for Zomer Truck Company. He has been with Zomer for the past seven years and is the shop foreman.
He went through the school system in Conrad and is a graduate of Conrad High School
He is the president of the Rocky Mountain Riders Club and a board member of the Golden Triangle Gymnastics Club in Conrad.
There were no contracts, tax abatements, agreements or resolutions to deal with.
In one set of business, since the county incurs the expense for mapping and address maintenance, when a new address is assigned or an existing rural address is changed, a public hearing is needed on the issue of assessing a fee to be paid by the landowner.
This fee is for the 911 compliant rural addressing when a new address needs to be assigned or changed to property due to development.
With that, the commissioners set May 4, 10 a.m. in their office as the time and date for a public hearing for the purpose of gaining public input on the proposed fees.
The folk-music duo, Men of Worth, was formed by James Keigher (Ireland) and Donnie Macdonald (Scotland) in 1986.
It was through the Celtic music scene in Southern California that James and Donnie first met, and within a couple of years a partnership developed that was simultaneously serious and fun.
Geographical changes now find James and Donnie living in Southern Oregon and Northern California respectively. Whilst remaining true to their Gaelic roots, Men of Worth has successfully evolved as entertainers. Success breeds success, and a natural progression toward education and travel has sealed an exciting and pioneering era for the versatile duo.
Men of Worth’s tunes and songs are so authentic, so closely connected to their heritage, that Scotsman Donnie Macdonald sings some in his native Gaelic; while Irishman James Keigher includes time-polished pieces saved from the oral traditions of his native County Mayo.