NEW YEARS BABY — Breilla Rhean Stordahl joined our world on Jan. 6, at 9:36 p.m. weighing five pounds, 12.2 ounces. She was 20-inches in length. She was delivered by Dr. Peter Barran. The proud parents are Randy and Anne Stordahl of Conrad. She joins a sister Brylee and a brother Brayden. The paternal grandparents are Ernest and Jeanne Stordahl and the maternal grandparents are Daryl and Garnet Fladager.
The New Year baby was presented with a special quilt made by Pam Steiner of the Montana Prairie Quilters. She also received gift certificates from the Home Café, Joe’s Family Steakhouse, The Keg Family Restaurant, Village Drug, a newborn photo session from Ah! How Sweet Photography and a silver-plated baby cup keepsake from Country Charm and Floral. I-O Photo by Buck Traxler
County commissioners passed a resolution Wednesday morning hoping it provides for better public participation.
Before that took place however, the commissioners, following a pattern after elections, rotated the chairmanship.
Sandra Broesder had been the commission chairman, but on a move by Joe Christiaens, it was moved to appoint Cynthia Johnson. With a second from Broesder, the motion passed on a 3-0 vote.
CAREER MENTORS — These Conrad High School students are career mentors under the direction of CHS Business Instructor Janie McFarland (far right). From the left in front is Kara Bandow, Nikki Linn, Sydney Slezak and Ashana Schreiner. In the back are Sara Miller, Calvin Ophus, Colt Harris, Alex Finlayson and Chad Hoggan. I-O Photo by Buck Traxler
Career Mentoring is a semester course offered at Conrad High School for juniors and seniors who are interested in exploring career options.
Students are placed with full-time employees in a workplace environment. They explore a variety of career possibilities, learn about workplace expectations, follow all organization policies/procedures and keep business information confidential.
Students spend three class periods a week on the job and two class periods at school with Janie McFarland the CHS Business Education teacher.
Winter storms and the cold, snow and ice are here, making it more challenging for letter carriers to deliver your mail.
The Conrad Post Office reminds postal customers to always clear a safe, accessible path to your mailboxes. Please follow these steps.
Make sure your mailbox itself is visible and free of snow and ice and make sure it is safely accessible for your letter carrier. Clear your mailbox area of snow, sleet, slush, ice and debris.