FREE WOOD pallets behind Miles City Star in parking lot. WOOD ones only.
THE LOCAL Hotline for Domestic violence and sexual assault. 1-888-820-5437. All day, all night, toll-free
200 Help Wanted
DEPARTMENT OF Corrections
Pine Hills Youth Correctional Facility
Miles City. Substitute Teacher. Part-time/temporary. $13.33/hr. Closes 10/28/16. For complete application materials and full vacancy announcement, contact your local MT Job Service or check the web at www.cor.mt.gov . AA/EEO/ADA.
LOOKING FOR part time front desk clerk. $12 per hour. 3pm-11pm. Pick up application at Comfort Inn, 234-3141
AFAB SUMP & Septic 7 days a week. Call Howard at 406-853-0199
D&D HOME Improvement for all your home care needs. Eco friendly. Licensed and insured. 406-853-4383. www.milescitycontractor.com
LOIS CARROLL Trucking Services. Livestock, hay, farm. Located in Miles City, MT. Call 406-679-5316,406-234-5132.
NEED YOUR leaves raked? We Can Help!!! Call Matthew or Jacob at 406-853-6180 or 406-853-5027
WILD GAME Processing at Quality Meats of Montana in Miles City. Call 406-232-0689. Open weekends. Can provide caping along with full line of smokehouse products.
300 Misc. for Sale
COLOR COPIES - Star Printing Supply Co. Sizes 8.5”x11” to 11”x17” 406-233-1180
DAVE THOMPSON now taking orders for wreaths, door charm, cross, grave blankets, garland. Delivered to house or cemetery. Call Now 406-853-1306. Will be going door to door starting November 1.
WANT TO save or protect an important document? We can laminate it for you - Credit card size up to 11”x17”. Star Printing and Supply, 818 Main. 406-233-1180.
PIANO TUNING in Miles City and surrounding communities, call Chuck Sawyer. 234-6150.
ALL CLASSES of hay for sale. 3X4X8 squares and rounds. Also have flax bales for windbreak or silage balls. Call Kevin 701-440-5576
BIG ROUND Bales Barley Hay for sale. Chuck Fossum, Rhame, ND. Cell, 701-206-0133 or home, 701-279-6974
CRP AND millet hay for sale. 701-872-6490
GRASS AND Alfalfa hay in large round bales. Delivered in semi loads. Call Steve 308-325-5964
315 Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO buy small used pickup, Ford, Chevy or Dodge 2WD in good working condition and good shape with automatic transmission. Please call 232-1341
WANTED: DEER & Elk antlers. Brown or white. Sheds, racks, mounts. Toll Free 1-866-245-9139 or, 406-853-6554
317 Rummage Sales
1331 S STREVELL
Saturday 9am-? Lots of stuff!! Books, garden stuff, kitchen stuff, household stuff. Stuff that’s gotta go!! Must make room for more stuff.
702 S COTTAGE
Saturday 8am-2pm. Plants, chairs, books, videos, Nonie’s Praline Browning and Chiffon Cake. Collectibles, miscellaneous
Riverside Park, Main Street. Saturday 8am-noon. Local vendors, produce. New vendors welcome.
319 Building Material
FROM SUNWARD Factories, big and small steel buildings. Ultimate quality, below dealer pricing. Free, Free consulting prices. Available wholesale construction erection. Ask about seconds. Quick delivery, no broker. One time factory deals. Phone: 406-545-4306
400 Homes for Sale
4 BEDROOM, 2.5 bath house for sale. Needs work. $85,000, negotiable. 406-853-6702
500 Houses for Rent
1 BEDROOM house. New bathroom, new flooring. No pets, no smoking. Call Nancy 406-951-1042
2 BEDROOM house, clean and quiet. 1up, 1down. 1 3/4 bath, Washer, Dryer, single garage. No pets, no smoking Southside. $750 plus utilities. 232-5370.
2 BEDROOM house. You pay rent, MDU and deposit. 234-6727 or 406-853-3130
2 TO 3 bedroom washer dryer hook ups. off street parking. 234-2305 or 406-245-9969
501 Apts for Rent
1 BEDROOM apartment, all utilities except electricity paid. References and deposit required. No pets, no smoking. 951-3800.
STUDIO, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apartments. No smoking, No pets. Call Nancy, 951-1042
502 Mobiles for Rent
2 BEDROOM 1.5 bath at 418 Palmer. $500 monthly, $500 deposit. No smoking, no pets 232-7029, leave message
OFFICE SPACE for rent. 2811 Comstock, Dollar Tree Building. 1500 square feet. Call Todd for further information. 234-4168
505 Misc for Rent
J&J STORAGE has units of all sizes for rent. 406-232-4910 or 406-951-4409
800 Guns & Archery
GUN SHOW Baker Montana, November 4th, 5th, and 6th at The Garage. 50 tables, $30. Free admission. Friday 3pm-7pm, Saturday 9am-6pm, Sunday 9am-7pm. Contact Rick Stark, 406-778-2428, cell 406-978-2428
805 Camping Equip.
9 FOOT slide-in camper. 1994 Caribou. 406-853-3226
The following is the complete text of an amendment to the Montana Constitution that will be submitted to the voters of the state of Montana at the November 8, 2016 General Election. The text of the amendment below is being published under the authority of Section 13-27-311, Montana Code Annotated. To review the ballot language of the constitutional amendment, please refer to the Voter Information Pamphlet or the Secretary of State Office website at sos.mt.gov/elections. Questions can be emailed to SOSElections@mt.gov, or you may contact us by phone at the toll free number 1-888-884-8683 (VOTE).
THE COMPLETE TEXT OF CONSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE NO. 116 (CI-116)
WHEREAS, the People of the State of Montana find that a crime victim in Montana is entitled to enhanced, specific, and meaningful rights to participate in criminal and youth court proceedings and enact the following new section of Article II of The Constitution of the State of Montana. The section is named for a noted victim of crime, Marsy, in whose name many states have enacted comparable reforms.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF MONTANA:
NEW SECTION. Section 1. Article II of The Constitution of the State of Montana is amended by adding a new section 36 that reads:
Section 36. Rights of crime victims. (1) To preserve and protect a crime victim's right to justice, to ensure a crime victim has a meaningful role in criminal and juvenile justice systems, and to ensure that a crime victim’s rights and interests are respected and protected by law in a manner no less vigorous than the protections afforded to a criminal defendant and a delinquent youth, a crime victim has the following rights, beginning at the time of victimization:
(a) to due process and to be treated with fairness and respect for the victim's dignity;
(b) to be free from intimidation, harassment, and abuse;
(c) to be reasonably protected from the accused and any person acting on the accused's behalf;
(d) to have the victim's safety and welfare considered when setting bail and making release decisions;
(e) to prevent the disclosure of information that could be used to locate or harass the victim or that contains confidential or privileged information about the victim;
(f) to privacy, including the right to refuse an interview, deposition, or other discovery request and to set reasonable conditions on the conduct of any interaction to which the victim consents;
(g) to receive reasonable, accurate, and timely notice of and to be present at all proceedings involving the criminal conduct, plea, sentencing, adjudication, disposition, release, or escape of the defendant or youth accused of delinquency and any proceeding implicating the rights of the victim;
(h) to be promptly notified of any release or escape of the accused;
(i) to be heard in any proceeding involving the release, plea, sentencing, disposition, adjudication, or parole of the defendant or youth accused of delinquency and any proceeding implicating the rights of the victim;
(j) to confer with the prosecuting attorney;
(k) to provide information regarding the impact the offender's conduct had on the victim for inclusion in the presentence or predisposition investigation report and to have the information considered in any sentencing or disposition recommendations submitted to the court;
(l) to receive a copy of any presentence report and any other report or record relevant to the exercise of a right of the victim, except for those portions made confidential by law;
(m) to the prompt return of the victim's property when no longer needed as evidence in the case;
(n) to full and timely restitution. All money and property collected from a person who has been ordered to make restitution must be applied first to the restitution owed to the victim before paying any amounts owed to the government.
(o) to proceedings free from unreasonable delay and to a prompt and final conclusion of the case and any related postjudgment proceedings;
(p) to be informed of the conviction, sentence, adjudication, place and time of incarceration, or other disposition of the offender, including any scheduled release date, actual release date, or escape;
(q) to be informed of clemency and expungement procedures; to provide information to the Governor, the court, any clemency board, or any other authority and to have that information considered before a decision is made; and to be notified of any decision before the release of the offender; and
(r) to be informed of the above rights and to be informed that the victim may seek the advice and assistance of an attorney with respect to the above rights. This information must be made available to the general public and provided to all crime victims on what is referred to as a Marsy's card.
(2) A victim, the victim's attorney, the victim's legal representative, or the prosecuting attorney at the request of the victim may assert and seek enforcement of the rights enumerated in this section and any other right afforded to the victim by law in any trial or appellate court or any other authority with jurisdiction over the case as a matter of right. The court or other authority shall act promptly on the request, affording a remedy by due course of law for the violation of any right. The reasons for any decision regarding disposition of a victim's right must be clearly stated on the record.
(3) This section may not be construed to deny or disparage other rights possessed by victims. This section applies to criminal and youth court proceedings, is self-executing, and requires no further action by the Legislature.
(4) As used in this section, the following definitions apply:
(a) "Crime" means an act defined as a felony, misdemeanor, or delinquency under state law.
(b) "Victim" means a person who suffers direct or threatened physical, psychological, or financial harm as a result of the commission or attempted commission of a crime.
(i) The term includes:
(A) a spouse, parent, grandparent, child, sibling, grandchild, or guardian of the victim;
(B) a person with a relationship to the victim that is substantially similar to a relationship described in subsection (4)(b)(i)(A); and
(C) a representative of a victim who is a minor or who is deceased, incompetent or incapacitated.
(ii) The term does not include the accused or a person who the court believes would not act in the best interests of a minor or of a victim who is deceased, incompetent or incapacitated.
(Published September 28, October 5, 19, and 26, 2016)