Kalispell Daily Inter Lake in Kalispell, Montana 30 Nov 2007
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Kalispell Daily Inter Lake (Newspaper) - November 30, 2007, Kalispell, Montana
Friday wrestling preview blustery a High 18 Low 6 a com Pic to we .ather/b12 daily inter school employee resigns Over embezzlement by Kristi Albertson the daily inter Lake a Kalispell Public schools employee resigned recently after embezzling $17,500 from High school activity funds. Cindy up Wall. Formerly the Glacier High school activities feds Fine Bigfork company the daily inter Lake a Bigfork excavation company has been fined $76,000 for failing to meet workplace safety standards the occupational safety and health administration launched an investigation into Zavala excavating and Orchard inc after an october Accident in which an employee was buried when the Trench he was working in collapsed. The company was cited for failing to provide an adequate system to protect workers from Cave ins exposing employees to falling dirt and rocks while they worked in trenches not having a person trained in see Fine on Page a3 bookkeeper took the Money Over a period of several years superintendent Darlene Schottle said. Upwall held the same position at Flathead High school before Glacier opened. As activities bookkeeper Upwall was in charge of the High school activity funds which include Money made from ticket sales and students fees to participate in extracurricular activities. A few weeks ago a new employee working with Upwall noticed some unde posited checks. A at that time we did no to have any real idea that any Money was unaccounted for a Schottle said. District employees per formed an audit and found Sec eral thousand dollars were unaccounted for. When District officials confronted Upwall she confessed immediately. A when we confronted her with it she resigned in lieu of going through the investigation and dismissal a Schottle said. Upwall also agreed to full restitution she said. She has until july i to repay the District. Schottle did not know Why Upwall took the Money. Upwall could not be reached for comment. Schottle emphasized that she did no to want to portray Upwall As a reprobate. See resigns on Page a3 wheels up West Valley fire and Rescue firefighter Erie Boulden right examines the scene of a two vehicle Accident thursday morning West of Kalispell. The Driver of the red pickup was travelling North on West Valley drive when he reportedly failed to Stop at an intersection according to the Montana Highway patrol. The Driver of the other vehicle was travelling West on farm to Market Road when the two collided the patrol said. There were Only minor injuries but the 21-year-old Driver of the red pickup was cited for a right of Way violation. Storm survivors must leave trailers today Fema starts closing Louisiana Sites by Becky Bohrer the associated press new Orleans a dozens of Hurricane katrina victims still living in Fema trailer Parks will have to find new housing by today As the Agency works to shutter the temporary facilities it set up after the 2005 storm. The move is intended to help the Hurricane victims move into More stable permanent housing the Federal emergency management Agency said. But advocates worry that a housing shortage in the still recovering area could leave some struggling to find a place to live. It Wasny to Clear How Many residents remained in the Parks a As Many As 13 a slated for closure today though Ronnie Simpson a Fema spokes Man estimated there were dozens. Residents were Given at least 60 Days notice and Fema is offering rental assistance to those living in the trailers he said. A people act like we re doing a disservice for moving people from a Little trailer to an apartment or a House a he said thursday. A a in a not sure that anyone really thought of these trailers As being their permanent Home i Hope not. They were meant for temporary Fema plans to close All its trailer Sites set up specifically for residents affected by hurricanes katrina and Rita within the next six months and end leases within existing commercial trailer Parks for other Hurricane victims in the state by late 2008. The next wave of closures is set for new years eve. See survivors on Page a3 Soldier adoption sweeps across los by Candace Chase the daily inter Lake one Bigfork momus Mission to adopt out every member of her songs army unit in Iraq has gained momentum attracting volunteers from across the Valley and out of state to write letters and Send care packages. Along with montanans answering her Call Kim Jones said she has heard from people living out of state in places such As California and Colorado. She said requests for soldiers names come in every Day. A a it a been tremendous a Jones said. A people have been absolutely when she spoke with the inter Lake in Early november Jones needed 140 More people to adopt members of hic 4th see Soldier on Page a3 Kim Jones tells Swan River school fifth graders How to write letters to her songs army infantry unit in Early november. Jones adopt a Soldier Effort has achieved overwhelming results. Garrett Cheen daily inter Lake Iraq visit does not change testers opinion Helena apr . Sen. Jon tester on his first trip to Iraq said thursday that his position on the War has not changed after a tour of military operations in the Region. The Montana Democrat speaking by Telephone with reporters said the . Needs to develop a plan to get out of Iraq and do it in an orderly fashion. Even though it looks As if troops Are making Progress a diplomatic solution is needed Over a military one he said. The senator did not say whether he thought the recent troop surge had helped the situation. A i think the reason the deaths Are Down is because the sheiks reached out to us and we reached out to the sheiks a he said. A the military has really done an incredible Job Here an amazing Job a tester added. See Iraq on Page a3 tester discount pricing fresh product fast service a Fyk. Smoking deals on cigarettes amp Roll your own tobacco. Largest selection of Fine cigars amp pipe tobacco in the Valley. A Mou a How 4 River Road Kalispell a Hwy 2 East amp River Road of 7am-8pm, sat 9am-7pm, Sun 10am-6pm 257-6653 25-smoke front amp Center i a ova 20 a Coroner Sherman and Deputy Hajj sheriff Ingraham stopped overnight with Dydo land at by Vanites when there on the years poisoning Case this week. Lang told them ago that shortly before the arrest of Smith and Mcdonald the alleged train robbers the men had come to Sylvanita from the direction of Bonners ferry driving a buggy and had stopped with him. They professed to be out to look at mines and Lang offered to show them around but they did not Stop. It is supposed they were after the Money they had cached in the Forest. A the inter Lake 1907 for Home delivery Call 755-7018 �36118 00010 ii 2007 Tho Pally into a Lafe Iasi a amp 5 Gard. A a c. A. A a amp a a a a a i of 2205 it Hwy 35 752-2770 Floral 752 2067 saturday december is a 9 00-5 00pm we re celebrating the month of december 10 30-12 30 Quot string Crossings Quot Trio will entertain with Holiday music Santa will be Here to have his picture taken with your Little one Michael amp his Quot still faithful Quartetti Quot this group is always fun with Christmas carols to sing along or just listen. 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