Due to a computing problem, a postcard about the survey was inadvertently sent to the wrong addresses. The postcard was intended to alert people that they would be receiving a survey.
To correct the situation, the county’s planning consultants will start over, resending the postcard with correct addresses. The new postcard should be in local mailboxes around Nov. 9. About a week later, the same people will receive the survey questionnaire by mail.
The survey will be sent to a random sample of 568 rural landowners to learn about their views on land use, development and infrastructure issues in Pondera County.
With temperatures in the high 60s and low 70s recently, it really doesn’t seem like Christmas is fast approaching.
The season is upon us though and we haven’t even gotten to Thanksgiving yet.
Nevertheless, Molly Bock, executive secretary of the Conrad Area Chamber of Commerce, tells the I-O that the annual Christmas Stroll and Tree Auction will be on Dec. 4.
The ever popular Tree Auction will be at 7 p.m. and this year will be held at the Moose Lodge. Proceeds from the auction go towards the purchase of new Christmas street decorations.
“We still have a few wreaths and trees available so if anyone wants to decorate one or partner with another business, let me know as soon as possible,” Bock says.
THE SUSPENSE IS OVER — All the participants from Sunday’s Karaoke for Cancer contest pose at the finale of the competition. From left to right are Jordan Mills, Aspen Petrosky, Dania Jones, Sheridan Johnson, Haley and Logan Gouchenour, Alexandria Wakkinen, Cooper Daily and guest performer, Jacob Gouchenour. I-O Photo by Deanna Wakkinen
By Deanna Wakkinen, I-O Reporter
The Conrad Orpheum Theatre/Weigand Auditorium hosted the finals of the Karaoke for Cancer competition on Nov. 7. Mitch Hauer introduced all the participants and the three judges. Hauer’s enthusiasm was just what the kids needed to shake off the jitters.
The three judges for the week’s contest were Steve Munk, Kit Finlayson and Todd Truscott. The judges were judging on three things: stage performance, vocal ability and star quality.
Eight contestants showed up for the chance to win a big screen TV, an IPOD or a digital camera. Four kids competed in two age categories and one from each category claimed a first place win.