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Logan E. Dobberstein, 28, of Grand Rapids, MI was found guilty on July 12, 2013 of driving while license suspended, revoked, denied. He was ordered to pay $425 and 93 days in jail delayed one year. Brent M. Klein, 34, of Atlanta was found guilty on July 12, 2013 of an operating violation of license restrictions. He was ordered to pay $425 and 93 days in jail delayed one year. Heather M. Roberts, 27, ofHillman, MI was found guilty on July 12, 2013 of having no license/multiple licenses. She was ordered to pay $625 and 93 days in jail delayed one year. Jeffrey R. Cumper, 28, of Hillman was found guilty on July 12, 2013 of a second offense of driving while license suspended, revoked, denied. He was ordered to pay $625 and ordered to 93 days injailwith credit for 7 days served, 86 days in jail delayed one year. Cassie L. Troyer, 26, of Atlanta was found guilty on June 28, 2013 of driving while license suspended, revoked, denied. She was ordered to pay $875 and ordered to 30 days in jail held in abeyance. Thomas T. Baur, 21, of Lewiston was found guilty on June 28, 2013 of malicious destruction of a building $200 < $1,000. He was ordered to pay $1,835 in fines, costs and restitution and ordered to 60 days in jail with credit given for 60 days time served. Kevin T. Hibner, 41, of Aflanta was found guilty on June 28, 2013 of larceny of trees and shrubs less than $200. He was ordered to pay $9,281.68 in fines, costs and restitu- tion and received 30 days in jail delayed one year. Kelly Miller Circus coming to Lewiston The world-celebrated Kelly Miller Circus is bringing thrills, chills, and fabulous, affordable family fun to Lewiston on Sunday, August 18 with performances at 2 and 5 p.m. Tigers, elephants, camels, clowns, dogs, po- nies, aerialists, acrobats and much more make marvel- ous magic in America's one-ring wonder during the two hour show. On circus day, the fun and excitement being long be- fore showtime. Beginning at 8:45 a.m., the public is cor- diallyinvited to join the circus family as the Big Top rises to the skies, aided by men, machinery and performing pachyderms. The local appearance of the Kelly Miller Circus is spon- sored by the Lewiston Area Chamber of Commerce. Advance tickets will be for sale at the Marathon, the Iron Kettle, Mason & Mills Auto Supply (Napa Auto Parts, U- Haul & RC Hobbies), the chamber office and First Fed- eral Bank. Advance tickets are $10 for adults and $6 for children. Tickets purchased on show day at the circus box office will be $15 for adults and $7 for children. Hunter's Education Class July 29- Aug. 2 at Canada C reek Itanclz A hunter's education class will be held at Canada Creek Ranch July 29-August 2 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. There is a cost of $10 per student. Please bring lunch each day. Michigan policy and procedure states students under 10 years of age shall be accompanied by a parent or guardian, or other adult designated and provided by the parent or guardian during the course. Students must have an adult with them the first day when signing in to sign the permission sheet to take the class. To register for the class, please contact Roger or Pat Ray at 517-290-5507 or 517-290-3398. Well known anthropologist and anatomist, Dr. Jeff Meldmm of Idaho State University, will be visiting north- ern Michigan on August 2 and 3 to discuss his views on the existence of Bigfoot, or Sasquatch. Once a skeptic, he is now the nation's leading authority on the existence of Bigfoot and bases his opinion on scientific findings and research. As a professor ofAnthropology andAnatomy at Idaho State University, he has become a world leader in the cause tO scientifically recognize Bigfoot. Northern Michigan provides an ideal haven for Bigfoot with many rivers and lakes and much forested and swampy terrain. Sightings are, however, rare, but in woodlands there are clues of Bigfoot habitation. Foot- prints, stick structures, tree snaps, tree knocks, odor, vocalizations and more, indicate a presence. Bigfoot can be found around the world and by many different names. A common name in the past was simply Wild Man of the Woods. Bigfoot is a recent American term derived from sightings in the Western States. On Friday, August 2, Dr. Medmm will speak at a Bigfoot seminar in Comins at the Township Hall. The public is invited to attend between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. A $10 donation will be taken at the door to cover a catered lunch and the seminar. On Saturday, August 3, Dr. Medrum will attend Bigfoot Discovery Days in West Branch at the Community Center in West Branch. For more information and reservations, call Nelson Yoder at 989-848-2246 or Phil Shaw at 989-345-3717. to meet The Northem Michigan Chapter of the Embroiderers Guild of America will meet on Wednesday, July 31, 2013. This is our annual summer luncheon. It will be held at Diana's Delight in Gaylord at 11:30 am. For information, call Sue at 231-584-2091. Wednesday, July 24, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune 3A te is super sweet Hey there, everyone! My name is Maggie and I'm a super sweet gal. I'm 5 years old with the spirit of a youngster and love to show my cheerfulness to anyone who will accept it. And how can you not? When I greet you with a kiss and a constant wag of my tail, you can't fight the urge to smile. I am a loyal girl, will lis- ten to every word you say and will faithfully follow your direction. I am hoping to find that new forever home where I'll be able to go for runs and walks with my new family. I would love the chance to enjoy a new life with a wonderful, active family. I've heard about this thing called alake .... I would love to check out a lake. I heard there's lots of water and splashing and fun found at lakes. Won't you take me to the lake with you? We can go swimming together and I'll wiggle from head to toe in appreciation! I've already been spayed, had all my shots and I'm even microchipped, so I'm more than ready to pack my dog bed and head on out to my new forever home. If you would like to know more about me or anyofthe other critters here at the shelter please give them a call at 989-785-3738, or even better, come see me! I love to meet new people! Thanks and see you soon! Love, Maggie The Shabby Chic style show, benefiting the Friendship Housing Center of Otsego County, will be held Saturday, ]uly 27 from 1-3 p.m. at 221 N. Center Street, Gaylord the historical gold Victorian house. Please bring a lawn chair or blanket for seating. The show will feature fashions from Seams like New, Goodwill, Angels at Work, Salvation Army, Up North Resale, Caring Closet, A to Z and Venus and Blue Jeans. Tickets are $25, and include lunch and a drink and are available at the Gaylord Information Center, Saturh Booksellers and from any FCC board member. For more information, call 989-732-1215.