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Man denies bilking charge) B BUTTE (AP) A 25-year-old Bozeman man denied charges Wednesday in federal court alleging he bilked more than $66,000 from six savings accounts at a Bozeman credit union. Marshall W. Milliki'n pleaded innocent Wednesday to federal embezzlement charges. He is accused of making Unauthorized withdrawals of $66,195 between July 25, 1988, and Oct. 31, 1989, from accounts at the Capitol Employees Credit Union of Bozeman. Board voles to close ICevin school KEVIN (AP) The Kevin school board voted Tuesday night to close the communitys only school after nearly 70 years in the small northcentral Montana oil town. A lot of people are sad because an era is coming to an end, board Chairman Wayne Gillespie said. When the Big West Refinery closed 13 years ago, many feared Kevin would turn into a ghost town and closure of the school has been viewed as another step in that direction. Gillespie said the board will sell the school and equipment as soon as possible. The decision to close the school came after the small schools boiler failed and there was no money to fix it. TV show to feature Custer sheriff MILES CITY (AP) Custer County Sheriff Tony Harbaugh will be featured on a fall episode of NBCs Unsolved Mysteries. Harbaugh and Deputy Mark Lester spent Saturday, June 30, with a film crew re-enacting the unsolved disappearance of Daniel Wilson of Longmont, Colo., near Miles City in 1988. The film crew shot the scenes in Great Falls, where they had already set up for another story. Im really kind of anxious to see how the story pans out, Harbaugh said, adding that he hopes someone watching the show might be able to provide clues to Wilsons disappearance. Police chief gets national exposure ANACONDA (AP) Anaconda-Deer Lodge County Police Chief Jim Connors ongoing tangle with High Times magazine garnered a little national media attention last week, with mention of the squabble in a USA Today article about the magazines struggles with the War on. Drugs. Meanwhile, the magazines editor, who accuses Connors of law enforcement tactics reminiscent of Nazi Germany, denied rumors that protestors are planning to descend on Anaconda in late July to confront the chief. High Times Editor Steve Hager said Tuesday no protest has been planned yet, but we could conceivably do that. Its just not my top priority at the moment. i Group plans Nicaragua trip BILLINGS (AP) A group of Montanans concerned about U.S. intervention in Nicaragua will load two pickup trucks and a homemade ambulance and drive to Rivas, Nicaragua in September. Sharyn Anhalt, a member of the Bbzeman chapter of Montana Friends of Rivas, said the group is not political but it is interest- . ed in establishing Rivas as a sister city. We dont support one party or the other, Anhalt said. Were nonpartisan. But as American citizens, we feel responsible for the economic influence the U.S. has had on that country because of the trade embargo. Drug czar to speak in Kalispell KALISPELL (AP) Federal drug czar William J. Bennett will speak at the National District Attorneys Association sum-met- conference here July 18. Flathead County Attorney Ted Lympus said more than 1,000 Ceople from around the nation will attend the conference, which egins Monday. j Bennett, director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy, is scheduled to speak at 1:30 p.m., Lympus said. Also on the convention agenda will be Patti Toth, director of the National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse, Ex-student faces sex charges MISSOULA (AP) A suspended University of Montana student allegedly involved in a series of campus sexual assaults pleaded innocent in state District Court here Tuesday to attacking a female student in a UM dormitory May 25. Tarrow D. Jones, 20, previously pleaded innocent to six related counts, including two counts of rape. Jones is being held on $26,000 bond. . . t .... Jones is charged with burglary, attempted intercourse without consent and two counts of rape, all felonies. The rapes allegedly occurred May 12 and May 19. Big Norn College accredited BILLINGS (AP) - The Little BigMrn College in Crow Agency has become the third Indian college in Montana to become accredited. . , , The college, which opened in 1980, received accreditation June 27 by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges. , College officials described Big Horn College President Jamne Pease-Windy Boy as the Sacajawea of Indian education. The colleges enrollment is far ahead of projections and college officials are making plans to begin a campaign to raise $10 million to build a new facility. The college is currently housed in a building donated by the Crow Tribe. Storm costly for MPC, Groat Falls GREAT FALLS (AP) The storm that blew in extra work for Great Falls contractors last week was expensive for the power Company and the city, officials say. Blaine Cummins, division manager for Montana Power Co., said the utility suffered $200,000 in property losses, including damage and overtime pay. He said 70-100 utility poles were broken off at the ground or otherwise damaged and at least nine transformers either were blown up or blown over. MPCs construction crews averaged 42 consecutive hours of work after the storm, Cummins said. The utility typically employs seven such crews but had 17 crews on the job in the storms aftermath. . . . , . .. Preliminary estimates show that city property was hurt to the tune of $60,000 to $70,000, said John Lawton, city manager . Most of that came from downed wires at State Fair and damage to three roofs there. Also damaged were the score board and fence at Legion Park and the roof of the Public Works complex. Halloween Greenware! Large selection ready for you to begin. Stop in today! 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