Valier will pay the county $53,000 annually for two years for law enforcement services by the county’s public safety department (PCSO).
In other business, the commissioners moved to approve the state of Montana Intergovernmental agreement for the transfer of monies to the state FY-2010.
Recently The I-O did a story on sleep apnea (May 27).
This is a follow-up story on the treatment of sleep apnea, with information provided by Dr. Schuyler VanDyke on oral appliance therapy (OAT).
Dr. VanDyke noted, “I think it’s important for the public to understand all their choices when it comes to treating this deadly disease.”
If 2005, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine published the practice parameters for the treatment of snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) with oral appliances.
In this article it stated that oral appliances are indicated for use in patients with mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea who prefer them to CPAP therapy, or who do not respond to, or are not appropriate candidates for, or who fail treatment attempts with CPAP.
WHOOP-UP TOURNEY — Rock LaSorte hits a big tee shot off the first hole at the Pondera Golf Club. The Whoop-Up Golf Scramble was the perfect way to kick off the big weekend. I-O Photo by Adam Jerome
The Whoop-Up golf tournament at the Pondera Golf Club on Friday had 14 four person teams playing golf.
It was one of the better turnouts for the four person scramble.
At the end of the round there was a tie between two teams of young sticks, each with an amazing 15 under par for the 6,516 yard par 72 layout.
The team of Shawn Brown, Ryan Eisenzimer, TJ Bennyhoff and Ratliff from Fairfield were knotted in a tie with Lane and Ross Judisch and Joe and Jeremiah Pearson.