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Killdeer, North Dakota

Vol. 107, No. 31

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Dunn County Fair announces schedule, entertainment

The Josh Kehr Band will be the top act at the 2019 Dunn County Fair.

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Staff Report The Josh Kehr Band will be the big entertainment draw when the Dunn County opens Aug 30 and runs through Sept. 1. The North Dakota native grew up in New England and eventually moved to Nashville. But, he won’t be the only entertainment scheduled during the fair. Also on the roster of activities will be a softball tournament, Mud Volleyball, there will by a Killdeer Lions Club Fish Fry, a cowboy church rodeo, Native

American Dancers, a husband calling contest and a Quilt show. In addition, there will also be a 5-kilometer race during the fair. When it comes to food, there will be a lot to choose from during the fair, ranging from a rib fest to a Sunday Brunch, and a free meal on Saturday night. There will be a Golf Scramble tournament Sept.1 at the nearby Medicine Hole Golf Course at 1:30 p.m. The Mud Volleyball tourney starts at the same time.

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Halliday hybrid plan brings a big change to small school By Brad Mosher The Herald There will be a big difference when school starts again in Halliday for the fall in late August But it won’t be obvious for several months. The school week will be one day less as the elementary school with the Wolverine mascot moves into a hybrid version of a four-day format. But it will only be that way some of the time.

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According to the superintendent of the school, the change will help open up better educational possibilities for the students. For Tony Duletski, it has taken a lot of long effort to make the change. “This has been a twoyear process. I researched this two years ago and DPI (Department of Public Instruction) felt that we were not ready. They were very good about it and truth be known, we were not ready for it (then),” he explained

in a recent interview. Unlike some districts which have made Friday the day off on the weekly schedule, Halliday is making Mondays the day off on the hybrid four-day calendar which the superintendent had created. The big difference will be the Halliday district will be operating on a five-day schedule for the first few months, the superintendent

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Health Directory.........8 Sports..........................7 Classifieds.............5,6,9 Advertising...............10

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The Wolverines of Halliday Elementary will be taking a big bite out of a new hybrid plan which will cut student school days to four each week during the winter months. The Faculty says the students are excited about the new plan.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Friday, August 2 10 p.m. 35th annual Badlands Star Party at the Oxbow Overlook in Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Saturday, August 3 11 a.m, to 4 p.m. A Taste of Culture will bring ethnic food, local vendors, dunking booth and a raffle to the Memorial Park Bandshell at 801 Fifth Street in Dickinson. 10 p.m. 35th annual Badlands Star Party at the Oxbow Overlook in Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Wednesday, August 7 2 p.m. Third annual Foam Party will be held at the NW parking lot of the Killdeer Aquatics and Wellness Center. There will be music, burgers, hot dogs and a raffle. For more information, call 701-764-5032. 7:30 p.m. Movies in the park of the summer at Lions Park in Killdeer. The movie is “Brave.” Concessions will be provided by the Girl Scouts and the KPTA. Friday/Saturday, August 16-17 7 p.m. PBR rodeo at Killdeer rodeo grounds, two miles west of Killdeer on the Highway 22 Bypass.

BULLETIN BOARD

■■City of Killdeer Commission meets the first and third Mondays of the month at 5 p.m. at city hall. ■■City of Halliday Commission meets the second Monday of the month at 6 p.m. at city hall. ■■City of Halliday Park Board meets the second Monday of the month at 5:30 p.m. at city hall. ■■City of Halliday Planning and Zoning meets the third Monday of the month at 7 p.m. at city hall. ■■City of Dunn Center Commission meets the second Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. at city hall. ■■The High Plains Cultural Center will have Zumba classes every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. ■■Pinochle, Whist card games every Thursday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at HPCC. Free of charge. Everybody welcome. ■■ Alcoholics Anonymous meet every Monday night at 8 p.m. at St. John’s Lutheran Church. Use rear entrance. ■■Dunn County Writers meets the first Monday of the month from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Dunn County Museum in Dunn Center. ■■DC Cruisers Car Club meets second Monday of the month at the DC Pub & Grub in Dunn Center at 7 p.m. ■■St. John’s Lutheran Church will have quilting every Monday until end of March 2019 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at St. John’s Lutheran Church. ■■Dunn County Planning and Zoning Board meets the second Tuesday of the month from 7-9 p.m. at the Dunn County Shop Training Room in Killdeer. ■■Killdeer American Legion Post. 46 & Auxiliary meets the second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. ■■Dunn County Fair Association meets the third Tuesday of each month at the High Plains Cultural Center at 6 p.m. ■■Dunn County Social Services Board meets the last Thursday of the month at 9:30 a.m. in the Dunn County Social Services conference room. ■■Killdeer Saddle Club meets every first Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Buckskin Bar & Grill. ■■Halliday Lions Club meets the first Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. at city hall. ■■Killdeer Lions Club meets at 5 p.m. on the fourth Monday of every month at the 2 7/8th in Killdeer. ■■Dunn County Commission meets the first and third Wednesday of the month, from 9 a.m. to 4:40 p.m. at the courthouse in Manning, 205 Owen St. ■■Killdeer Park Board meets the first Wednesday of the month at 5 p.m. at the Killdeer Aquatic and Wellness Center. ■■Dunn County Historical Museum, Dunn Center. Open for the summer starting May 23. Hours are Thursdays thru Sundays,10 a.m. to 4 p.m. MT, as well as summer holidays: Memorial Day, July 4th and Labor Day, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.. Coming up: Cream Can Supper, Silent Auction, Raffle Drawing 9/7. Please visit our website, www. dunncountymuseum.org, or call 701-548-8111 for more info on exhibits and events. Family friendly! ■■Dunn County Food Pantry is open the first, third and fifth Wednesday of the month between 4-6 p.m. The food pantry is at 125 Central Ave. in Killdeer. Call 701-764-5819 or 764-5358 for more information or call 701-764-5593 if you would like to volunteer. ■■ Dunn County Jobs Development Authority offers a Micro-Lending Program designed to encourage the creation, expansion and stability of the small-business community in Dunn County. Applications and program details are available at the JDA office, 125 Central Ave. in Killdeer. Contact JDA Director Carie Boster at 701-7646092. ■■Killdeer School and Public Library, located in the Killdeer Public School, operates during school hours and the public is welcome to use it at that time. You must check in at the main office during school hours. The library also has extended hours, which are: 7-9 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays; and 3-5 p.m. on Tuesdays. For more information contact Pam Boepple at 764-5870 or pam.boepple@k12.nd.us.

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Hello, Well, after the fiasco at the airport we did make it to Alaska. Flew into Juneau, then on a floatplane to the fishing lodge. Missed most of the days fishing, but dang sure caught enough fish to get us excited about the next four days! Now, you know I don’t care to travel much. Medora is thirty miles and I hate to venture that far. Reva is 105 miles and that really tests me. I used to be a hotshot driver you know. But the trip to Alaska was a once in a lifetime, at least at my age, trip with my son, three grandsons, a nephew and his son, and a brother-in-law. That’s four adults and four kids. We were worried about the kids. Turned out they behaved better than the adults. That will happen. I’ve watched TV shows that will show Alaska. Now granted, we only saw a sliver of southeast Alaska, but just seeing that little bit makes you realize how huge and how wild Alaska is. The spot we were in is actually a rain forest. A rugged rain forest. In five days, we never did see the sun. Rain four days and cloudy the fifth day.

DEAN MEYERS But we did fish. You couldn’t imagine the fish we caught. Halibut, salmon, rockfish, cod, and an octopus. Yes, an octopus! Evan caught a big octopus. It was quite an experience for a kid, or even an adult. And then the boys played with it on the deck of the boat, letting it wrap its tentacles around their arms and legs. Not this guy. I don’t care to have slithery things grabbing me by the arms. The lodge was wonderful. No TV. That was one of the best things. The food was out of this world. Breakfast at seven. Supper at seven in the evening. Pack

a lunch for on the boat. And fish from eight until five. That’s a lot of fishing for a landlubber like me. If you are interested in where we were, go on youtube and search “Alaska’s fishing paradise”. Or google Whalers Cove Lodge. After the first day on the boat, you could see where the lodge got its name. You were always in sight of at least one whale. We weren’t whale watching, but a humpback did spend about twenty minutes fifty yards from our boat one afternoon. And it kept slapping the water with a huge fin. One guide thought it was trying to stun baitfish. Another thought it was a method of communication. I just know it was a big and what a wonderful sight to behold. I was visiting with a neighbor about our fishing trip the other day and gave him a package of halibut. He told of when he was rough necking and was working with a brother-in-law. This relative had never been too far from the farm. They had stopped at a restaurant to eat and the in-law ordered the halibut steak. Nice. When the waitress sat the halibut steak in front of him and turned to leave, he exclaimed, “Wait! I ordered the halibut steak! This is fish!” Later, Dean

OMDAHL: Governor may be most difficult office... By Lloyd Omdahl The Bank of North Dakota and the North Dakota Mill & Elevator will be celebrating their 100th anniversary soon but not before a resurrected band of NPL supporters have toured three gems created by the Nonpartisan League in 1919. According to the plan, a busload of some 25 were scheduled to leave Mandan at 9 a.m. July 29 for a tour of the Bank where Mike Jacobs, author of a new book about the Bank, was to share some insights. A Big Tent Chautauqua was slated to continue talks. At 3 p.m. the bus was scheduled to leave Bismarck and arrive in Grand Forks for a Tuesday tour of the Mill and a return to Bismarck that afternoon. Among those on the bus were former ND Commissioner of Agriculture Myron Just of Minneapolis, Former Director of Economic Development Bill Patrie and former ND Commissioner of Agriculture, member of the NPL Executive Committee and granddaughter of Bank Manager Frank Vogel (1937-1944) Sarah Vogel. Under the steady leadership of Eric Hardmeyer in the Bank and Vance Taylor at the Mill,

both businesses have become prosperous with the biennial sessions of the legislature bleeding millions in profits for the state budget.

Both institutions have seen leaner years. In fact, many state policymakers thought that one or the other, perhaps both, would fold before the

end of the first decade. The whole situation was precarious.

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CHURCH DIRECTORY Your Guide to Local Houses of Worship St. Paul Lutheran Church 701-983-4626 Pastor Thomas W. Olson 1st Sunday 8:30 a.m. mt 3rd, 4th, 5th Sundays at 10:00 a.m mt

Grace of God Baptist Church 252 5th Ave NW Killdeer, ND Pastor Rande Kerr 11:00 a.m. Sunday Service 764-7447

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Seventh Day Adventist Church 20 miles west of Killdeer Highway 200 Pastor Dave Moench 10:00 a.m. Saturday Study 11:00 a.m. Worship

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Christ is the Answer New Life Church Non-Denominational Pastor Bishop Ronald P. Stovall 701-764-6291 or 701-927-0113 7:00 p.m. Wed. Bible Study 8:30 a.m. Adult/Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday Worship

St. Anthony’s Catholic Church Fr. Roger A Synek 11:00 a.m. Sunday Mass

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Normanna Lutheran Church 701-764-5264 Pastor Dorothy Williams 10:15 a.m. Sunday

GOLDEN VALLEY Golgotha Lutheran Church 701-983-4626 Pastor Thomas W. Olson 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th Sundays 9:30 a.m. cst Worship

GRASSY BUTTE Grassy Butte Redeemer Lutheran Church Missouri Synod Pastor Zelwin Heide 10 a.m. Sunday Worship redeemersaintphilip.org

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Assembly of God Church Pastor Barry Van Wagner barryvw@yahoo.com 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Worship Our Savior’s Lutheran Church Pastor Dorothy Williams 8:15 a.m. Sunday

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Manning Community Church 301 Wilcox St. Pastor James Knoop 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Sunday Worship 6:30 p.m. Wed. Prayer Time

Killdeer Free Lutheran Church High Plains Community Center Pastor Tom Olson 11:15 a.m. First and Second Sunday St. Johns Lutheran Church 701-764-5264 Pastor Dorothy Williams 9:15 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday Worship St. Joseph’s Catholic Church 2nd St. & 3rd Ave NW 701-764-5357 Fr. Joseph Evinger 5:30 p.m. Saturday Mass 10:30 a.m. Sunday Mass 5:30 p.m. Tues Mass 7:30 a.m. Wed and Fri Mass 10:30 a.m. Thurs Mass at Hill Top Home of Comfort Confessions before Mass or by appointment

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Marshall Lutheran Church Pastor Barry VanWagner 8:30 a.m. Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. Sunday School

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Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church 103 Lafayette St. Father Shane Campbell 701-575-8455 7:00 p.m. Saturday

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St. Anthony’s Catholic Church 7:30 p.m. Saturday Mass 8:30 a.m. Sunday Mass

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St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Fr. Joseph Evinger Sunday Mass 2:00 p.m. cst

St. Paul’s Catholic Church Father Darnis Selvanayakam Sunday Mass 8:00 a.m.

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said. Starts in December “It will be in the winter months that we will go into four days. In December, January, February and March we will be four days. But the rest of the year, in the beginning of the year and the end of the year, it is going to be five days,” he said. The adoption of the hybrid schedule also means there will be changes in how teachers and students work during the school year, he added. “There is a paradigm shift in education. Our kids are visual learners. They learn kinetically with their eyes and their hands,” he said, noting in the past, kids were learning in an entirely different way. “They have got a whole different learning style. “Technology has changed a lot of it.” According to Duletski, the decision was made locally to go outside the box in order to improve the education of the Halliday students. In the past, math education was a mile wide and an inch deep, he said. “Now, that has changed. You go a mile deep and an inch wide. A lot of it was rote memory. “We call it hands-on and

Halliday will switch from a five-day school week to four days in December and stay there until spring. learning-based activities. Not only are they going to stay with kids, they are going to experience it and have to figure some of this out by themselves,” he explained. STREAM is one part of the change in structure at Halliday which will play a key role for students. “S is for science. T is for technology. R is for reading. E is for engineering. A is for arts. M is for mathematics,” the superintendent said. Rare for rural A four-day week is something rare in North Dakota. “There were four schools that applied and I think all four of us got approved. “There are very very few schools, but I think you

are seeing a trend happen,” he explained. “There was a lot of work involved. You have to survey the community, the teachers, the parents, but what was really interesting...” He found a good reaction. “The kids are excited and so are the teachers. We want to come up with activities to bring people into our schools,” the superintendent said. He claims that the school and students have already seen the impact a more immersive style of education can have. “We had drones come in for the day. The kids absolutely loved that. And they are going to learn by doing.” It has also opened up other learning possibilities. “We want to get into building robotics and

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building simple machines. We’ll look into the mathematics behind that. They are going to learn by doing. “Even though we will be going into a four-day (week), it will be more than four days with teachers,” he said. Part of the advantages will be the impact outside resources can play on education, he explained. “Some of these learning based activities that I have planned are going to include first aid, baking, pottery, bringing authors in...” He admitted it will be a lot of work for the teachers. “We want to bring in activities that will bring people into our school. “We have resources here with our teachers, but we can bring in outside resources,” he said, noting that when he was visiting with a friend who has a four-day schedule, that the school had an arrangement with area businesses. “He said, you should call them. They will come out and do like a baking exercise with your kids. He has a friend who is a chef and that he might like to come out.” To Duletski, that was music to his ears. “Those are activities that we would like to incorporate. Wouldn’t that be cool to bring a five-star chef to our little school. He could sit down and show our kindergarten kids how to bake. There is another one that is first aid and gun safety. We want to have health fairs. We want to draw resources that are in our community. I have a friend that works with pottery and has a pottery wheel. I asked him about coming up and he said that would be really, really cool,” the superintendent added. There are also some things which could be part of a health or physical fitness learning block, he said.

“These days that we are taking off in the winter, there is going to be days when we do project-based learning things. We have the facilities. This used to be a K-12 school and now it is a K-6, so we have a whole wing of empty classrooms,” he said. “We have a science lab that I know some high schools would die for. We have a home economic room. We have an industrial arts room... so the space is not an issue. Duletski admitted the adoption of the new programs was not done as part of a cost savings program. “The state said if you did it for that it probably wasn’t going to get approved. We did not look at it... and the board did not perceive it as a way to save money. Is there going to be a cost saving? It probably is going to be a wash. We probably are not going to have school on a couple of those Mondays – the 15 or 16 Mondays. But we may have school, depending on if we can bring in some of those project based (days). “If we don’t have school on that Monday, we won’t have busing and we won’t have cafeteria services. “But with our projectbased activities bringing outsiders in, that is going to cost us,” the superintendent said. The main focus for the changeover was the kids, he said. “We have got to challenge these kids into a different curriculum in the robotic and mathematics side. “Kids learn differently than we did,” he said, noting the need to update or change the elementary curriculum. “There are jobs out there that some of us don’t even know about,” he said. Schedule The new schedule will exceed the state requirement for instructional hours, according to the

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superintendent. In Halliday, the schedule will have 960 instructional hours, which is above the state requirement of 951.5 hours of instruction for the elementary grades. The 14 scheduled off days could be designated as off days for both students and staff, or as professional development days for the staff or be used as student project based learning days, he added. According to the schedule, the first day of school will be Aug. 19, while the last month of 2019 and the first month of 2020, will each have three Mondays open. While February 2020 also has three Mondays open, in March there will be four open Mondays, even with Spring Break. The four-day schedule will have some economic benefit in lower transportation costs, along with fewer expenditures for school food services, para-professionals and substitute teachers. In addition, there would be cuts in heating and electrical costs, he added. The district examined not only four-day districts in North Dakota, but also in other states. It ended with the board passing it by a unanimous 5-0 margin after going through a series of parent and community meetings, the superintendent explained. About 92 percent of the parents survey supported the move, while all of the school employees also agreed with the four-day plan. The superintendent also said that because of the teacher shortage in the state and the community’s rural location, the four-day plan would reap a huge benefit in teacher recruitment and retention for the district. (First of a series)

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RV owners head to Minot for convention RV owners from throughout North America — members of FMCA, the world’s largest not-for-profit association for RV owners — will head to North Dakota in mid-August for a four-day event focusing on various aspects of their favorite form of travel. Nearly 2,000 RVs will converge on the North Dakota State Fairgrounds & Agricenter, August 14 through 17. In honor of the host area, and in celebration of an FMCA convention milestone, “Magic Minot — 100 Times The Fun” is the theme for FMCA’s 100th International Convention and RV Expo. Attendees will participate in a multitude of activities designed to enhance the RV lifestyle. Organizers have sched-

uled more than 100 educational sessions aimed at helping RV owners glean more enjoyment from their homes on wheels. Various RV experts will conduct seminars during the event. Topics range from tire maintenance, technology, and safe driving to microwave-convection cooking and RV trips to Alaska. Attendees also will be able to tour RVs of all types, sizes, and price ranges as part of the RV Expo that will take place during the event. Looking for a diesel-powered motorhome with all of the latest luxuries? Or maybe a fifth-wheel or conventional travel trailer that provides the amenities needed to enjoy everything from weekend getaways to cross-country adventures? Explore these

options and everything in between as you consider what would best suit your travel style. Other organized activities include fun-filled games and exciting daytime and evening entertainment. On Thursday evening, Captain “Sully” Sullenberger will be the featured speaker. Captain Sullenberger gained worldwide acclaim on January 15, 2009, when he and his crew safely guided US Airways Flight 1549 to an emergency water landing in New York’s frigid Hudson River, saving the lives of all 155 people onboard. On Friday evening, The Spinners will share their many hits from the 1970s. Music and dance tunes on Saturday evening will be provided by Soulshine, a popular local group.

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Classifieds WANTED WANTED TO PURCHASE: Minerals and Other Oil/Gas Interests. Send details to: PO Box 13557, Denver CO 80201

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ND CLASSIFIEDS HELP WANTED PUBLIC WORKS SUPERINTENDANT: CITY OF LISBON. For complete job description Call 701-683-4140 or stop at 423 Main Street. Resumes accepted until August 9, 2019. FRY COOK. NDSCS Dining Services has an opening for fry cook. Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to fry cook in the Wild Grounds café, barista, and general dining services duties- all duties relative to the preparation and service of products to dining services. This a FT, 10 month, benefited position in Wahpeton. For more information go to: www.ndscs. edu/hr/ Screening begins immediately - applications accepted until filled. Salary DOE plus full benefit package. Benefit package includes paid health insurance premium, excellent retirement program, leave, EAP, etc. Interested candidates must apply online. EOE ASSISTANT COOK. NDSCS Dining Services has an opening for assistant cook. Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to general dining services duties- all duties relative to the preparation and service of products to dining services. This a FT, 11 month, benefited position in Wahpeton. For more information go to: www.ndscs. edu/hr/ Screening begins immediately - applications accepted until filled. Salary DOE plus full benefit package. Benefit package includes paid health insurance premium, excellent retirement program, leave, EAP, etc. Interested candidates must apply online. EOE FARMERS UNION OIL in Portland is looking for a full-time truck driver in the propane department. CDL required, hazmat and CETP training preferred. Full single benefits, paid vacation and 401k. Pick-up application at Portland station or call 701-788-3760. 2019 ND MEDIA GUIDE: Names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mails of all ND newspapers, radio/TV stations, specialty publications. Only $25. ND Newspaper Association, 701-223-6397. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BLAST CHIEF LLC. Mobile Hydroblast (sand/water), pressure wash, paint. Exterior, tanks, bulk plant tanks, grain legs, grainbins, LP tanks, anhydrous, all sizes. Mike, 701-550-0797. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ND FARM LAND Values surge upward. Are you selling or renting? Pifer’s Auction and Farm Land Management. Bob Pifer 701.371.8538. Kevin Pifer 701.238.5810. Free valuation. BUILDING FOR SALE INDUSTRIAL/MANUFACTURING BUILDING for Sale. 3 bays: 20,866 ft2, Lot: 79,700 ft2. Hwy 200. Cooperstown, ND. www.griggs-steeleez.org; 701.524.2240. Written offers by 8/16/2019: GSEZ, Box 335 Finley, ND. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE EVERY NORTH DAKOTA newspaper. That’s where your 25-word classified ad will appear for only $160. Contact this newspaper for details. MISCELLANEOUS HAVE A NEWS release or other information that needs to reach all ND newspapers? ND Newspaper Association can help! One call does it all. 701-223-6397 or you can email sharip@ndna.com

LEGALS Published in the Dunn County Herald July19, 26, August 2, 2019 NOTICE OF SALE Civil No. 13-2019-CV-00004 Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a judgment of foreclosure by the District Court the SOUTHWEST JUDICIAL DISTRICT in and for the County of Dunn and State of North Dakota, and entered and docketed in the Office of the Clerk of said Court on April 9, 2019 in an action wherein Bayview Loan Servicing, LLC, a Delaware Limited Liability Company was Plaintiff and Albert L. Ellis; First International Bank & Trust; William J Patterson; Barbara C Patterson; any person in possession; were Defendants, in favor of Plaintiff and against the Defendants for the sum of $39,137.24, which judgment and

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decree, among other things, direct the sale by me of the real property hereinafter described, to satisfy the amount of said judgment, with interest thereon and the costs and expenses of such sale, or so much thereof as the proceeds of said sale will satisfy; and by virtue of a writ issued to me out of the office of the Clerk of said Court, I as Sheriff of Dunn County, North Dakota, will sell the property described in the Judgment to the highest bidder for cash at public auction at the front door of the Courthouse in the County of Dunn and State of North Dakota, on August 15, 2019, at 10:00 AM, to satisfy the amount due, with interest thereon, and the costs and expenses of such sale, or so much thereof as the proceeds of such sale will satisfy. The property to be sold is situated in the County of Dunn and State of North Dakota and described as follows: All the following tract or parcel of land: Lots 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24 on Block 9 of first addition to the city of Manning, county of Dunn, and state of North Dakota. If the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee’s attorney. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this _________ day of _______________, _____. Sheriff of Dunn County, North Dakota By:_______________________ Deputy____________________ MACKOFF KELLOGG LAW FIRM 38 Second Avenue East Dickinson, ND 58601 Attorneys for Plaintiff 13-2019-CV-00004 __________________________ Published in the Dunn County Herald July 26, August 2, 2019 NOTICE OF APPLICATION ON PETITION FOR APPROPRIATION OF WATER FROM SURFACE WATER FRANK CREEK TAKE NOTICE that Brian and Carolyn Benz, Killdeer, ND, have submitted water permit application No. 7054 to the North Dakota Office of the State Engineer for a permit to divert and appropriate water from surface water, Frank Creek. The application requests a permit to appropriate water from surface water, utilizing point(s) of diversion located in the SW1/4 of Section 08, in Township 146 North, Range 95 West, in Dunn County as shown on the map accompanying the application, with an annual appropriation of 150.0 acre-feet of water, at a pumping rate of 1,500 gallons per minute during the operating season for each year said water permit may remain in force for industrial use. TAKE NOTICE that written comments regarding the proposed appropriation must be filed in the North Dakota Office of the State Engineer, 900 East Boulevard Avenue, Bismarck, North Dakota 58505-0850, by 5:00 o’clock p.m., on the 26th day of August, 2019. The State Engineer shall consider all written comments received and prepare a recommended decision which will be provided to the applicant and any person who filed written comments. Those persons may file additional comments with the State Engineer, request an adjudicative proceeding on the application, or both. Dated at Bismarck, North Dakota, on July 22, 2019. /S/ Garland Erbele, P.E. North Dakota State Engineer 900 East Boulevard Avenue Bismarck, ND 58505-0850 __________________________ Published in the Dunn County Herald July 26, August 2, 2019 NOTICE OF APPLICATION ON PETITION FOR APPROPRIATION OF WATER FROM SURFACE WATER JIM CREEK TAKE NOTICE that Brian and Carolyn Benz, Killdeer, ND, have submitted water permit application No. 7055 to the North Dakota Office of the State Engineer for a permit to divert and appropriate water from surface water, Jim Creek. The application requests a permit to appropriate water from surface water, utilizing point(s) of diversion located in the SE1/4 of Section 18, in Township 146 North, Range 95 West, in Dunn County as shown on the map accompanying the application, with an annual appropriation of 200.0 acre-feet of water, at a pumping rate of 1,500 gallons per minute during the operating season for each year said water permit may remain in force for industrial use. TAKE NOTICE that written comments regarding the proposed appropriation must be filed in the North Dakota Office of the State Engineer, 900 East Boulevard Avenue, Bismarck, North Dakota 58505-0850, by 5:00

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o’clock p.m., on the 26th day of August, 2019. The State Engineer shall consider all written comments received and prepare a recommended decision which will be provided to the applicant and any person who filed written comments. Those persons may file additional comments with the State Engineer, request an adjudicative proceeding on the application, or both. Dated at Bismarck, North Dakota, on July 22, 2019. /S/ Garland Erbele, P.E. North Dakota State Engineer 900 East Boulevard Avenue Bismarck, ND 58505-0850 __________________________ Published in the Dunn County Herald July 26, August 2, 2019

“aye”, and the motion carried. Motion by Commissioner Dukart, seconded by Commissioner Kleemann, to approve the June 19th minutes. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. Darin Schaeffer, Bartlett & West appeared to report on the projects his firm is working on. · 98th Ave SW: A November or December bid is anticipated for 2020 construction · Manning Street Improvements: Awaiting Terracon to schedule borings and percolation tests. Discussed Northern Improvement settlement and are working with Northern Plains Engineering. Riley Rohde, Northern Plains Engineering, appeared to report on the projects his firm is working on: · Gartner Road: Motion by Commissioner Dukart, seconded by Commissioner Hauck, to approve Martin Construction’s final pay estimate #4 in the amount of $9379.06. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. · 111th Ave NW: Motion by Commissioner Hauck, seconded by Commissioner Marsh, to approve Baranko Brothers, Inc. pay estimate #2 in the amount of $332,041.13. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. Motion by Commissioner Hauck, seconded by Commissioner Dukart, to approve The utility relocation agreement for four poles with McKenzie Electric. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. · 5th St. NW to 114th Ave SW: Discussed the utility relocation agreement with McKenzie Electric. The Commission requested that McKenzie Electric come in and discuss relocation costs. Motion by Commissioner Hauck, seconded by Commissioner Dukart, to table until the July 17th meeting. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. · 97th Ave SW from Hwy 200 to 7th St. SW: A 10:00 a.m., July 17th bid opening has been scheduled. Engineer’s estimate is $950,000. · New Hradec Road Repair: Motion by Commission Hauck, seconded by Commissioner Kleemann, to have the road/pipe settlement test bored and repair plans brought to the Commission before moving forward. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. Brent Hardy, Interstate Engineering appeared to report on the 15th St. SW project west of highway 22. Lori Tabor, road department appeared to report on the road department and presented a list of potential 2020 road projects. The Commission discussed a gravel request for Pat Klee on the one-half mile line in section 29-144-92. The road portfolio Commissioner’s will check into the road and report back. Auditor Dolezal will look into whether it was ever laid out as a county road. [10 minute break] Trudy Ruland, Mountrail County Commissioner, appeared to provide information and insight on the Gallagher salary study and job classification that Mountrail County recently completed. Ms. Ruland recommended an HR Advisory Committee be formed. Their committee consisted of two Commissioners, one elected official and one at large representative. The HR Director official served as recorder of the minutes. Motion by Commissioner Kleemann, seconded by Commissioner Dukart, to add Lakyn Pfliiger as signor to the American

Bank Center Clerk account and remove Rita McClellan’s name. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. Zach Mathern, JLG Architects, appeared to present a proposal for JLG’s and consulting engineer’s services on the Halliday Shop. The Code Administrator for the City of Halliday has indicated that there are not any issues with the plat approval. Discussed having a construction manager on the Halliday project and also for future building/remodel projects. Motion by Commissioner Hauck, seconded by Commissioner Dukart, to proceed with RFP’s for a CMAR for the Halliday shop. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. Motion by Commissioner Dukart, seconded by Commissioner Hauck, tp approve JLG ‘s contract for the Halliday shop and have JLG come back for final approval on a master contract for multiple projects to include a CMAR. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. Motion by Commissioner Hauck, seconded by Commissioner Dukart, to proceed with the design phase per contract schedule, pending the City of Halliday’s positive Aug 5th preliminary review. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. Holly Praus, Director and Amber Hofstad of the Sunrise Youth Bureau, appeared to request continuing support in 2020 of 1/3 of one mill from Dunn County. The Commission will consider the request when developing the 2020 budget. Motion by Commissioner Kleemann, seconded by Commissioner Dukart, to approve Andeavor Pipeline’s Little Missouri Bay Corps Permit for permission to launch from the dock in mid-July. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. Commissioner Marsh reported that the West Dunn Fire District is not interested in acquiring the county building in Killdeer. Commissioner Marsh will meet with the Killdeer City Commission to see if they have an interest or any ideas regarding the building. Commissioner Marsh presented the purchase agreement of $350,000 for the Larry Sample property in Manning and noted that the agreement has been reviewed by the States Attorney. Motion by Commissioner Dukart, seconded by Commissioner Kleemann, to approve the purchase agreement. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. Motion by Commissioner Kleemann, seconded by Commissioner Hauck, to pay off the Paccar lease for the 2019 Kenworth truck in the amount of $60,843.91. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. Motion by Commissioner Dukart, seconded by Commissioner Hauck, tp remove from the table discussion on the Park Manager position. Commissioner Dukart stated that a project coordinator is needed during construction of the campground area to oversee when electrical work, plumbing, fish station and sewer system installation is done. Motion by Commissioner Kleemann, seconded by Commissioner Marsh, to table until a job description is written. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. Motion by Commissioner Hauck, seconded by Commissioner Du-

kart, to remove from the table discussion on the Fair Board’s request for support for a new floor in the HPCC. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. Commissioner Dukart suggested looking at support of a paving project around the Veteran’s Memorial and parking lot. Commissioner’s Dukart and Marsh will discuss drainage and engineering further with the City of Killdeer. Motion by Commissioner Kleemann, seconded by Commissioner Hauck, to continue to pursue the paving project around the Veteran’s Memorial and HPCC, with Commissioner Dukart gathering more information. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. Motion by Commissioner Dukart, seconded by Commissioner Kleemann, to table a decision on the request for support for the floor. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. Motion by Commissioner Dukart, seconded by Commissioner Kleemann, to table discussion on the Gallagher Study until the Commission discusses with elected officials. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. Motion by Commissioner Kleemann, seconded by Commissioner Dukart, to approve the underground electrical utility permits. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. Motion by Commissioner Dukart, seconded by Commissioner Kleemann, to approve the utility application from Lynn Bullinger, on the condition that the contract for deed is provided. All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. The Commission discussed the 2020 budget and suggested a cost of living adjustment of $1200 based on an approximate 2% increase in the consumer price index for the average county salary. Motion by Commissioner Kleemann, seconded by Commissioner Dukart, to approve the following vouchers: APSA Headquarters $300.00;Kelly’s Kustom Meats $848.54;NDACo Resources Group $7,092.62;New Hradec Catholic Workmens Assc $125.00;Accusource $120.50;Advanced Business Methods $711.51; AmeriPride Services $92.24;Braun Distributing $27.63;Calihou, Dessie $420.52;Consolidated Telcom $2,183.64; Davis, Stephenie $189.88;Embroidery Arts $210.00;Expressway Suites $338.40; Fenstermaker, Jamie $84.80;Forsgren Assc. FROM PAGE 4 Samuel $2,742.09;Forstie, $100.00;Four Season’s Trophies $25.60;Hauck, Reinhard FROM PAGE 5 $140.60;Isaak, Beth $50.00;JB’s Window Cleaning $1,250.00;JustIn Glass $1,065.80; Killdeer Area Ambulance FROM PAGE$341.97;Lee, 6 Penny $162.40;Logo Magic $512.00;Manning Waterworks $235.71;Matthew FROM PAGE 7 Bender & Co. $597.72;Menards $89.94;ND Association of Counties PAGE $945.00;NDACo ReFROM 8 sources Group $545.76;Newby’s Ace Hardware $37.18;NW Tire $1,821.78;Otis FROM PAGE 9 Elevator Company $1,860.00; Roll, Kirk $300.00;Ruland Trudy $89.32;Shred ND $247.00;SunFROM PAGE 10 deen, Ross $5,974.51;Sure Sign $81.60;Thomas Y Pickett $8,300.00;Uline FROM PAGE$348.95;Cen11 ex Fleetcard $10,238.11; Running’s Supply $302.84;Verizon $2,221.67;A & I Distributors

NOTICE OF APPLICATION ON PETITION FOR APPROPRIATION OF WATER FROM SURFACE WATER JIM CREEK TAKE NOTICE that Brian and Carolyn Benz, Killdeer, ND, have submitted water permit application No. 7056 to the North Dakota Office of the State Engineer for a permit to divert and appropriate water from surface water, Jim Creek. The application requests a permit to appropriate water from surface water, utilizing point(s) of diversion located in the NW1/4 of Section 25, in Township 146 North, Range 95 West, in Dunn County as shown on the map accompanying the application, with an annual appropriation of 300.0 acre-feet of water, at a pumping rate of 1,500 gallons per minute during the operating season for each year said water permit may remain in force for industrial use. TAKE NOTICE that written comments regarding the proposed appropriation must be filed in the North Dakota Office of the State Engineer, 900 East Boulevard Avenue, Bismarck, North Dakota 58505-0850, by 5:00 o’clock p.m., on the 26th day of August, 2019. The State Engineer shall consider all written comments received and prepare a recommended decision which will be provided to the applicant and any person who filed written comments. Those persons may file additional comments with the State Engineer, request an adjudicative proceeding on the application, or both. Dated at Bismarck, North Dakota, on July 22, 2019. /S/ Garland Erbele, P.E. North Dakota State Engineer 900 East Boulevard Avenue Bismarck, ND 58505-0850 __________________________ Published in the Dunn County Herald August 2, 2019 OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS DUNN COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS July 3rd, 2019 MEMBERS PRESENT: Commissioners Pelton, Kleemann, Dukart, Marsh and Hauck OTHERS PRESENT: Tracey Dolezal, Jeremy Wood, Darin Schaeffer, Brent Hardy and Lori Tabor Chairman Pelton called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. Additions/deletions to the agenda: · Schollmeyer/Lemieux section line issue · Larry Sample purchase agreement · Marathon will not be appearing Motion by Commissioner Dukart, seconded by Commissioner Marsh, to approve the agenda with additions/deletions. All voted

Final Plat Public Hearing Notice – Halliday The public is hereby notified that the Halliday Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on August 7, 2019 at a meeting which begins at 7:00 p.m. to consider an application for Final Plat review and approval on a tract of land located in the SE ¼ of Section 25, T145N, R92W. The public is invited to attend this meeting and provide comments. Details pertaining to the application will be available 9 days before the date of the hearing at the Halliday City Hall offices located at 131 Main Street East or PO Box 438 Halliday ND 58636. Information may also be obtained by contacting the City’s Planner at joel.quanbeck@ kljeng.com.

Zoning Text Amendment Public Hearing Notice – Halliday The public is hereby notified that the Halliday Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on August 7, 2019 at a meeting which begins at 7:00 p.m. to consider text amendment changes to the Halliday zoning and subdivision regulations. The public is invited to attend this meeting and provide comments. Details pertaining to the application will be available 9 days before the date of the hearing at the Halliday City Hall offices located at 131 Main Street East or PO Box 438 Halliday ND 58636. Information may also be obtained by contacting the City’s Planner at joel. quanbeck@kljeng.com.

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The City of Killdeer Visitors’ Committee, which shall serve as an advisory committee to the City Commission in administering FROM PAGE the proceeds of lodging tax available to the City under10 North Dakota Century Code 40-57.3. Lodging tax monies can be used to help promote and attract tourism to the City as well as FROM PAGE 11 various other improvement items NDCC 40-57.3-02. Both Committees are vital to the long term success of Killdeer and important pieces to the recently updated Comprehensive Plan. If you are interested in either Committee, please contact City Administrator Matt Oase at 701-764-5295 for more information. Please note it is not required that you live within the Killdeer City limits to be a member of either committee.


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FROM PAGE FROM PAGE 5 $643.04 ;Baranko Brothers Inc. $332,041.13; Bartlett & West $37,562.82;Blue Tarp Financial $339.13;Butler Machinery $5,177.50;Certified LEGAL >> PAGE 7 Power $849.90;Clean Sweep $39.98;Colonial Research Chemical $726.17; Consolidated Telcom$675.47;Del Olson $25.50;DTE, Inc. $95.00;Embroidery $173.00;GCR FROMArts PAGE 6 Tires & Service $1,172.00;Gillund Enterprises $265.86; Halliday, City Of $43.94;JD Fencing $6,418.00; John Bang Construction $30,008.00;JP Steel & Supply $69.96;Knopik Pit Management $375.00; Lawson Products $890.76;LF Grading 74,543.75; Lyle Signs $4,102.49;Maintainer $159,269.00; Marc $384.37;Martin Construction $9,379.06; Nelson International $1,433.08;Northern Plains Engineering $94,472.50;NW Tire $438.56;Olson, Del $25.50;Power Plan $2,005.41;Ray’s Auto Electric $389.90;Roadworx, LLC $206,544.78; Rohde, Sandy $25.84;Running’s Supply $485.44; Sax Motor Co. $221.92;Total Safety $167.60 ; Transportation Funding Group $68,167.68; Verizon Wireless $264.81;Wallwork Truck Center $2,029.89;Westlie Motor Company $165.81;Paccar Financial $60,843.91;SW Multi Correction Center $16,722.50;Fireside Office Solutions $1,406.00;Guardian Fleet Safety $7,067.36;JE Dunn Construction $125,605.00; Schneider Brothers Backhoe $864.42; Dept. of Health $103.58;Clean Living Solutions $542.20; Thompson, Shawn $400.00;Schneider, Chad $100.00;Embroidery Arts $286.00;Nutrien Ag Solutions $87,810.00;SW Business Machines $129.99;Cenex Fleetcard $2,950.21;Running’s Supply $450.73;DLN Consulting $33,435.00; Staples $68.95;Cenex $54.70;Consolidated Telcom $207.93; Duttenhefer,Eugene $374.00; Cenex $101.46;Verizon $53.67;Advanced Business Methods $340.64;Benz, Candice $74.24;Fitterer, Belinda $35.00; Hauck , Reinhard $158.92;Karey, Julie $11.60;Krebs,Deb $170.58;Pender-Dukart, Gayle $194.30; Sample Auto $117.88;Stevenson Funeral Home $1,950.00;Tuhy, Jerry $12.18;Twite, Gabraelle $206.60;Cenex Fleetcard $604.39;Verizon $308.36;Office of Attorney General $2,790.00; All voted “aye”, and the motion carried. Motion by Commissioner Hauck, seconded by Commissioner Kleemann, to adjourn. The meeting adjourned at 12:48 p.m. __________________________ Published in the Dunn County Herald August 2, 2019 Halliday City Commission Meeting July 8, 2019 6:00 PM HALLIDAY CITY HALL Meeting was called to order at 6:00 pm by President Selle. Member Present: Selle, Hausauer, Kraus, and Gietzen. Wanek was absent Others Present: Michele Kuntz, Pat Kuntz, Sarah Hardt, Katlyn Baker, and Darrel Gegelmann. Commissioner Gietzen motioned to close the agenda, second by Commissioner Kraus. All voted aye M/C. Commissioner Hausauer motioned to approve the June 10, 2019 meeting minutes, second by Commissioner Gietzen. All voted aye M/C Commissioner Gietzen motioned to pay the bills, seconded by Commissioner Kraus. All voted aye M/C Buildings & Grounds Report: Commissioner Gietzen reported that the basketball hoops, backboards and the concrete and benches look good. Financial Report: Commissioner Hausauer motioned to approve the Financial Report, second by Commissioner Kraus. All voted aye M/C Water & Sewer Report: no report Streets: no report Garbage & Police: no report Old Business: A resident appeared before the commission to ask what could be done about a property that is in need of cleanup, the commission informed her that they are working with the individuals to get the property cleaned up. The commissioners decided to have the city attorney and the city judge attend the august meeting to see what can be done about the properties. New Business: August meeting date was changed to August 6, 2019 at 6:00 PM. Commissioner Hausauer motioned to approve the GIS Buildout for towns and communities in Dunn county, seconded by commissioner Kraus. All voted aye M/C Commissioners reviewed a recommended fee for planning and zoning applications. Commissioner Hausauer motioned to approve the recommended fees schedule, seconded by commissioner Gietzen. All voted aye M/C Check # 21957-21991 Union Bank Account: Payroll & Benefits $11703.20; Halliday JDA $3870.19; ND Pers $1680.39; EFTPS 4911.68; Total Safety $80.94; Support payment clearinghouse $305.00 Visa $140.00;

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produced into the Thunder Cloud Central Tank Battery or production facility, all located in Section 18, T.148N., R.93W., McGregory Buttes-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27741: (Continued) In the matter of the petition for a risk penalty of PetroShale (US), Inc. requesting an order authorizing the recovery of a risk penalty from certain nonparticipating owners, as provided by NDCC § 38-0808 in the drilling and completing of the Thunder Cloud 1MBH well (File No. 35700) located in a spacing unit described as the E/2 of Section 19, T.148N., R.93W., McGregory Buttes-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27742: (Continued) In the matter of the petition for a risk penalty of PetroShale (US), Inc. requesting an order authorizing the recovery of a risk penalty from certain nonparticipating owners, as provided by NDCC § 38-0808 in the drilling and completing of the Thunder Cloud 1TFH well (File No. 35701) located in a spacing unit described as the E/2 of Section 19, T.148N., R.93W., McGregory Buttes-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27743: (Continued) In the matter of the petition for a risk penalty of PetroShale (US), Inc. requesting an order authorizing the recovery of a risk penalty from certain nonparticipating owners, as provided by NDCC § 38-0808 in the drilling and completing of the Thunder Cloud 2MBH well (File No. 35702) located in a spacing unit described as the E/2 of Section 19, T.148N., R.93W., McGregory Buttes-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27744: (Continued) In the matter of the petition for a risk penalty of PetroShale (US), Inc. requesting an order authorizing the recovery of a risk penalty from certain nonparticipating owners, as provided by NDCC § 38-0808 in the drilling and completing of the Thunder Cloud 2TFH well (File No. 35703) located in a spacing unit described as the E/2 of Section 19, T.148N., R.93W., McGregory Buttes-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, and such other relief as is appropriate. Signed by, Doug Burgum, Governor Chairman, NDIC __________________________ Published in the Dunn County Herald August 2, 2019

as is appropriate. Case No. 27716: (Continued) Application of Continental Resources, Inc. for an order amending the field rules for the Big Gulch-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, to create and establish an overlapping 2560-acre spacing unit comprised of Sections 19, 20, 29 and 30, T.147N., R.96W., authorizing the drilling of two horizontal wells on or near the section line between the existing spacing units of said proposed overlapping 2560-acre spacing unit, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27789: Application of WPX Energy Williston, LLC for an order amending the field rules for the Heart Butte-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, to create and establish the following: (i) two 1280-acre spacing units comprised of Sections 17 and 18; and Sections 19 and 20, T.147N., R.92W., authorizing the drilling of a total not to exceed eight wells on each proposed 1280-acre spacing unit; and (ii) an overlapping 2560-acre spacing unit comprised of Sections 17, 18, 19 and 20, T.147N., R.92W., authorizing the drilling of one horizontal well on or near the section line between the two proposed 1280-acre spacing units on said proposed overlapping 2560-acre spacing unit, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27790: Application of WPX Energy Williston, LLC for an order amending the field rules for the Eagle Nest-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, to create and establish two overlapping 2560acre spacing units comprised of Sections 1 and 12, T.148N., R.95W. and Sections 6 and 7, T.148N., R.94W.; and Sections 5, 6, 7 and 8, T.148N., R.94W., authorizing the drilling of a horizontal well on or near the section line between existing spacing units of each proposed overlapping 2560-acre spacing unit, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27708: (Continued) Application of WPX Energy Williston, LLC for an order amending the field rules for the Moccasin Creek and/or Wolf Bay-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, as follows: (i) to create and establish a 2560-acre spacing unit comprised of Sections 29, 30, 31 and 32, T.147N., R.92W., authorizing the drilling of total not to exceed seventeen horizontal wells on said proposed 2560-acre spacing unit; and (ii) create and establish two overlapping 2560-acre spacing units comprised of Sections 25 and 36, T.147N., R.93W. and Sections 30 and 31, T.147N., R.92W.; and Sections 28, 29, 32 and 33, T.147N., R.92W., authorizing the drilling of a horizontal well on or near the section line between existing spacing units of each proposed overlapping 2560-acre spacing unit, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27711: (Continued) Application of SHD Oil & Gas, LLC for an order amending the field rules for the Van Hook-Bakken Pool, McLean and Dunn Counties, ND, to create and establish the following: (i) an overlapping 640-acre spacing unit comprised of the S/2 of Sections 19 and 20, T.150N., R.91W., authorizing the drilling of a total not to exceed three wells on said proposed overlapping 640-acre spacing unit; (ii) an overlapping 960-acre spacing unit comprised of the N/2 of Sections 19, 20 and 21, T.150N., R.91W., authorizing the drilling of a total not to exceed three wells on said proposed overlapping 960-acre spacing unit; (iii) an overlapping 1280acre spacing unit comprised of Sections 19 and 20, T.150N., R.91W., authorizing the drilling of a horizontal well on or near the center line of said proposed overlapping 1280-acre spacing unit; (iv) an overlapping 1920-acre spacing unit comprised of the S/2

of Sections 16, 17 and 18 and the N/2 of Sections 19, 20 and 21, T.150N., R.91W., authorizing the drilling of a horizontal well on or near the section line on said proposed overlapping 1920-acre spacing unit; and, (v) terminate an existing overlapping 3520acre spacing unit comprised of Sections 16, 17, 18, 19, and 20, and the N/2 of Section 21, T.150N., R.91W., and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27712: (Continued) Application of SHD Oil & Gas, LLC for an order amending the field rules for the Deep Water Creek Bay-Bakken Pool, McLean and Dunn Counties, ND, as follows: (i) create and establish two 960acre spacing units comprised of the N/2 of Sections 22, 23 and 24; and the S/2 of Sections 22, 23 and 24, T.150N., R.91W., authorizing the drilling of a total not to exceed five wells on each proposed 960-acre spacing unit; (ii) authorize the drilling of a horizontal well between the two proposed 960-acre spacing units immediately described above; and (iii) create and establish two overlapping 1920-acre spacing units comprised of the S/2 of Sections 13, 14 and 15 and the N/2 of Sections 22, 23 and 24; and the S/2 of Sections 22, 23 and 24 and the N/2 of Sections 25, 26 and 27, T.150N., R.91W., authorizing the drilling of a total not to exceed three horizontal wells on or near the section line of existing and proposed spacing units on each proposed overlapping 1920-acre spacing unit, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27620: (Continued) Application of RimRock Oil & Gas Williston LLC for an order amending the field rules for the Mandaree-Bakken Pool to create and establish an overlapping 1280-acre spacing unit comprised of Sections 23 and 24, T.149N., R.93W., Dunn County, ND, authorizing the drilling of a horizontal well on or near the section line between the existing spacing units of said proposed overlapping 1280-acre spacing unit, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27621: (Continued) Application of RimRock Oil & Gas Williston LLC for an order amending the field rules for the Moccasin Creek-Bakken Pool to create and establish an overlapping 640acre spacing unit comprised of the E/2 of Section 34 and the W/2 of Section 35, T.148N., R.93W., Dunn County, ND, authorizing the drilling of a horizontal well on or near the section line between the existing spacing units of said proposed overlapping 640-acre spacing unit, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27791: In the matter of the application of Hunt Oil Co. for an order authorizing the recovery of the proportionate share of costs and expenses accruing to The Pfanenstiel Company, LLC, and a risk penalty as provided by NDCC § 38 08 08 for the drilling and completing of the Halliday 146-92-19-18H-3 (File No. 35164), Halliday 146-92-19-18H4 (File No. 35359), Halliday 14692-19-18H-5 (File No. 35360) and Halliday 146-92-19-18H-6 (File No. 35361) wells all located in a spacing unit described as Sections 18 and 19, T.146N., R.92W., Werner Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, pursuant to NDAC § 43-02-03-88.1, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27725: (Continued) Application of Continental Resources, Inc. for an order pursuant to NDAC § 43-02-03-88.1 pooling all interests for wells drilled on the overlapping spacing unit described as Sections 19, 20, 29 and 30, T.147N., R.96W., Big Gulch and/or Cedar Coulee-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, as provided by NDCC § 38-08-08 but not reallocating production for

wells producing on other spacing units and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27726: (Continued) Application of Continental Resources, Inc. for an order pursuant to NDAC § 43-02-03-88.1 pooling all interests for wells drilled on the overlapping spacing unit described as Sections 31 and 32, T.147N., R.96W. and Sections 5 and 6, T.146N., R.96W., Rattlesnake Point and/or Cedar Coulee-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, as provided by NDCC § 38-08-08 but not reallocating production for wells producing on other spacing units and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27810: Application of WPX Energy Williston, LLC for an order pursuant to NDAC § 43-02-03-88.1 pooling all interests for wells drilled on the overlapping spacing unit described as Sections 25 and 36, T.147N., R.93W. and Sections 30 and 31, T.147N., R.92W., Moccasin Creek and/or Wolf Bay-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND as provided by NDCC § 38-08-08 but not reallocating production for wells producing on other spacing units and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27811: Application of WPX Energy Williston, LLC for an order pursuant to NDAC § 4302-03-88.1 pooling all interests in a spacing unit described as Sections 17 and 18, T.147N., R.92W., Heart Butte-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND as provided by NDCC § 38-08-08 and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27812: Application of WPX Energy Williston, LLC for an order pursuant to NDAC § 4302-03-88.1 pooling all interests in a spacing unit described as Sections 19 and 20, T.147N., R.92W., Heart Butte-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, as provided by NDCC § 38-08-08 and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27813: Application of WPX Energy Williston, LLC for an order pursuant to NDAC § 43-0203-88.1 pooling all interests for wells drilled on the overlapping spacing unit described as Sections 17, 18, 19 and 20, T.147N., R.92W., Heart Butte-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND as provided by NDCC § 38-08-08 but not reallocating production for wells producing on other spacing units and such other relief as is FROM PAGE 4 appropriate. Case No. 27814: Application of WPX Energy Williston, LLC for an order pursuant to NDAC FROM PAGE 5 § 4302-03-88.1 pooling all interests for wells drilled on the overlapping spacingPAGE unit described as FROM 6 Sections 5, 6, 7 and 8, T.148N., R.94W., Eagle Nest-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND as proFROM PAGE 7 vided by NDCC § 38-08-08 but not reallocating production for wells producing on other spacing FROM PAGE units and such other 8relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27815: Application of WPX Energy Williston,9LLC for an FROM PAGE order pursuant to NDAC § 43-0203-88.1 pooling all interests for wells drilledPAGE on the 10 overlapping FROM spacing unit described as Sections 1 and 12, T.148N., R.95W. and Sections 6 and 11 7, T.148N., FROM PAGE R.94W., Eagle Nest-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND as provided by NDCC § 38-08-08 but not reallocating production for wells producing>> on other spacing LEGALS PAGE 6 units and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27818: Application of RimRock Oil & Gas Williston LLC for an order the MandaLEGAL >> for PAGE 7 ree-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, authorizing the drilling, completing and producing of a total not to exceed thirteen wells on an LEGALS >> PAGE 8 existing 1280-acre spacing unit described as Sections 12 and 13, T.149N., R.93W., eliminating any

NOTICE OF HEARING N.D. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OIL AND GAS DIVISION The North Dakota Industrial Commission will hold a public hearing at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, August 21, 2019, at the N.D. Oil & Gas Division, 1000 East Calgary Ave., Bismarck, N. D. At the hearing the Commission will receive testimony and exhibits. Persons with any interest in the cases listed below, take notice. PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: If at the hearing you need special facilities or assistance, contact the Oil and Gas Division at 701328-8038 by Thursday, August 08, 2019. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO: Case No. 26560: (Continued) Application of PetroShale (US), Inc. for an order amending the applicable order for the Lost Bridge and Eagle Nest-Bakken Pool to establish a standup 1280acre spacing unit consisting of Sections 28 and 33; establish a laydown 1920-acre spacing unit consisting of Sections 19, 20, and 21; establish a laydown 1280-acre spacing unit consisting of Sections 17 and 18; and to eliminate the standup 1920-acre spacing unit consisting of Section 21, 28, and 33, all in T.148N., R.95W., Dunn County, ND, for the purpose of drilling horizontal wells and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27706: (Continued) Application of Enerplus Resources (USA) Corp. for an order amending the field rules for the Heart Butte-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, to create and establish an overlapping 2560-acre spacing unit comprised of Sections 13 and 24, T.149N., R.93W. and Sections 18 and 19, T.149N., R.92W., authorizing the drilling of a horizontal well on or near the section line between existing spacing units of said proposed overlapping 2560-acre spacing unit and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27718: (Continued) Application of Enerplus Resources (USA) Corp. for an order suspending and after hearing, revoking the permit issued to RimRock Oil & Gas Williston LLC to drill the Skunk Creek 8-2-36-15HU (File No. 36586) and Skunk Creek 8-2-3-4H3U (File No. 36587) wells, with surface locations in the SENE of Section 2, T.148N., R.93W., Dunn County, ND, Heart ButteBakken Pool, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27701: (Continued) Application of Marathon Oil Co. for an order amending the applicable orders for the Chimney Butte-Bakken Pool to authorize up to nine wells to be drilled on a 1280-acre spacing unit described as Sections 15 and 22, T.146N., R.95W., Dunn County, ND, and granting such other relief as may be appropriate. Case No. 27702: (Continued) Application of Marathon Oil Co. pursuant to NDAC § 43-02-03-88.1 for an order allowing oil and gas produced from the Charchenko 14-21H (File No. 17449), Parmeter 14-21H (File No. 36198), Sections 16 and 21, T.144N., R.96W., Easton 44-20H (File No. 36617), Sections 17 and 20, T.144N., R.96W., and Reagan 14-21H (File No. 36197), Sections 16, 17, 20 and 21, T.144N., R.96W., Dunn County, ND, wells to be commingled in a central production facility located in the SWSW of Section 21, T.144N., R.96W., pursuant to NDAC § 4302-03-48.1 or granting such other and further relief as may be appropriate. Case No. 27736: (Continued) Application of PetroShale (US), Inc. for an order pursuant to NDCC § 38-08-08 and NDAC § 43-0203-88.1 pooling all interests in a spacing unit described as the E/2 of Section 19, T.148N., R.93W., McGregory Buttes-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27740: (Continued) Application of PetroShale (US), Inc. for an order pursuant to NDAC § 43-02-03-48.1 and NDAC § 4302-03-88.1 allowing the production from the following described wells: Thunder Cloud 1MBH Well (File No. 35700), Thunder Cloud 1TFH Well (File No. 35701), Thunder Cloud 2MBH Well (File No. 35702), and Thunder Cloud 2TFH Well (File No. 35703) to be

NOTICE OF HEARING N.D. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OIL AND GAS DIVISION The North Dakota Industrial Commission will hold a public hearing at 9:00 a.m. Thursday, August 22, 2019, at the N.D. Oil & Gas Division, 1000 East Calgary Ave., Bismarck, N. D. At the hearing the Commission will receive testimony and exhibits. Persons with any interest in the cases listed below, take notice. PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: If at the hearing you need special facilities or assistance, contact the Oil and Gas Division at 701328-8038 by Friday, August 9, 2019. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO: Case No. 27183: (Continued) Application of XTO Energy Inc. for an order amending the field rules for the Haystack Butte-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, to create and establish the following: (i) an overlapping 1920-acre spacing unit comprised of Sections 20, 29 and 32, T.148N., R.97W., authorizing the drilling of a total not to exceed five wells on said proposed overlapping 1920-acre spacing unit, eliminating any tool error requirements; and (ii) an overlapping 3840-acre spacing unit comprised of Sections 19, 20, 29, 30, 31 and 32, T.148N., R.97W., authorizing the drilling of a horizontal well on or near the section line between existing 640 and 1280-acre spacing units on said proposed overlapping 3840acre spacing unit, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27549: (Continued) A motion of the Commission to consider the appropriate spacing for wells completed in the Lost Bridge-Bakken Pool in the 2560-acre spacing unit described as Sections 7, 18, 19, and 30, T.148N., R.96W., Dunn County, ND, and such other relief as is appropriate. XTO Energy Inc. Case No. 27783: Application of Continental Resources, Inc. for an order amending the field rules for the Cedar Coulee-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, to create and establish an overlapping 2560-acre spacing unit comprised of Sections 31 and 32, T.148N., R.96W. and Sections 5 and 6, T.147N., R.96W., authorizing the drilling of two horizontal wells on or near the section line between the existing spacing units of said proposed overlapping 2560-acre spacing unit, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 27717: (Continued) Application of Continental Resources, Inc. for an order amending the field rules for the Cedar Coulee-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, to create and establish an overlapping 2560acre spacing unit comprised of Sections 31 and 32, T.147N., R.96W. and Sections 5 and 6, T.146N., R.96W., authorizing the drilling of two horizontal wells on or near the section line between the existing spacing units of said proposed overlapping 2560-acre spacing unit, and such other relief

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>> PAGE 10 The Dunn County Planning & ZoningLEGALS Commission Agenda for August 13th, 2019 The Dunn County Planning & Zoning Commission meeting scheduled for Tuesday 13th,11 LEGALS >>August PAGE 2019 at 6:00 pm at the Dunn County Courthouse Commissioner’s Board Room, 205 Owens Street, Manning ND 58642 Call to order Approval of Agenda-Additions FROM PAGE 6 Approval of Minutes-June 11th, 2019 1. Public Hearing: Rhett Hall of Dickinson ND, representing Iron Point Kennels has filed a CondiFROM 7 tional Use Permit for a Kennel to house up to 12 animals located in the SE4 of PAGE section 31-141-96. The property is zoned Rural Preservation and owned by Kim Kostlecky. 2. Public Hearing: Shane Vettel of Watford City ND, representing Streamline Services FROM Water PAGE 8 has filed a Conditional Use Permit for a Water Depot with up to 2 Ponds, 2 Poseidon Tanks and up to 10 Frac Tanks. The property is located in the SE4 of section 16-147-96, zoned Rural Preservation and owned by Brien Dennis. FROM PAGE 9 3. Public Hearing: Shane Vettel of Watford City ND, representing Streamline Water Services has filed a Conditional Use Permit for a Water Depot with up to 2 Ponds, 2 Poseidon Tanks and up to 10 Frac FROM PAGEand 10owned Tanks. The property is located in the SE4 of section 6-146-96, zoned Rural Preservation by Todd Bang. 4. Public Hearing: Myles Fisher, Steve Lindquist and Alyssa Ruffie of Williston ND, representing FROM PAGE 11 Hiland Partners Holding, LLC has filed a Conditional Use Permit for a Natural Gas Gathering Compressor Facility located in the S2NW4 of section 7-148-97. The property is zoned Rural Preservation and owned by The Clarence and Hazel Jorgenson Family Land Trust. 5. Public Hearing: Zane Frick of Watford City ND, representing McKenzie Electric Cooperative, Inc. has filed a Conditional Use Permit for Equipment and Material Storage located in the SW4 section 23-146-92. The property is zoned Rural Preservation and owned by James and Lynn Schaper. 6. Public Hearing: Thomas Dufek, Jamie Everett or Mike Irion of Killdeer ND, representing Tesoro Logistics has filed a Conditional Use Permit for Fuel Storage as an Accessory Industrial Use located in the NW4NW4 of section 32-145-95. The property is zoned Rural Development and owned by Tesoro Logistics. 7. Public Hearing: Jeff Hammond, Gene Hancock and Susanne Napier of Tulsa, OK representing Oneok Rockies Midstream has filed a Conditional Use Permit for and Expansion of their Refinery/ Processing Plant located in the NE4 section 28-146-95. The property is zoned Rural Preservation and owned by Oneok Rockies Midstream. If you have special needs in order to take part in the hearing, please contact the Dunn County Auditor, Manning, ND, prior to Tuesday August 13th, 2019. Sandy Rohde, Secretary Dunn County Planning Commission


The Dunn County Herald

August 2, 2019

SPORTS

A 1964 Thunderbird coupe made a big impression at the seventh annual Dunn County Cruisers car show Saturday in Killdeer.

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HERALD/Brad MosherFile photo

Good weather, beautiful cars all converge on Killdeer...

FOR THE

SHOW The Killdeer Veterans Memorial (above) reflected many participants in the annual car show. But, it was a purple 1955 Bel-Air from Baker brought by Dave Hickey and Teri Bandy which claimed the People’s Choice award (above right and right) from the People’s Choice Award sponsors, Cheryl and Scott Boyce of Killdeer. HERALD/Brad Mosher By Brad Mosher The Herald

FALLON COUNTY FAIR & RODEO AUGUST 14 - 18, 2019

Schedule of Events Wednesday, August 14

Horse/Horse Trail.............................................8:00 a.m. Llamas & Alpacas..............................................1:30 a.m. Cat/Dog ....................................................2:15/3:15 p.m. WPRA Slack......................................................4:00 p.m.

Thursday, August 15

Dairy Cattle Show ............................................8:00 a.m. PRCA & WPRA Slack .......................................8:00 a.m. Goat Show/Goat Trail.......................................9:00 a.m. Open Bum Lambs and Goats..........................12:15 p.m. Rabbit/Poultry..........................................1:00/2:00 p.m. Knights of Valour Meet and Greet...................4:00 p.m. Talent Show.......................................................7:00 p.m.

Friday, August 16

Sunday, August 18

Cowboy Church @ Fair Grandstands..............10:00 a.m. Exhibit Hall Open...........................11:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. Vendor Booths................................11:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 4-H Awards Ceremony.....................................11:30 a.m. Free Stage Acts........................................12:00-2:00 p.m. Freckle Farm Petting Zoo........................12:00-6:00 p.m. PRCA Rodeo-Tough Enough to Wear Pink.....1:00 p.m. Indoor Silent Auction Ends...............................3:00 p.m. Pick up Checks & Exhibits in Main Hall...4:00-8:00 p.m. Free Stage Acts..........................................4:30-6:30 p.m. Baker Wrestling Club Demolition Derby.........6:00 p.m.

Those were the days. The 1950s. The 1960s. Even earlier. Later, thanks to movies like “American Graffiti” and television series like “Happy Days” an American love affair for older or rare cars was born. Or rather, Reborn. So, it was understandable

when a purple 1955 BelAir with purple flames on the hood took the coveted People’s Choice award at the seventh annual DC

Free Stage Acts: Mystic Circus, Eric E., Bear Hollow Wood Carvers, Pippi the Clown

Swine Show........................................................9:00 a.m. Exhibit Hall Open.............................9:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. Vendor Booths................................12:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Free Stage Acts................................12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m. Sheep Show........................................................1:00 p.m. Beef Cattle/Indoor Silent Auction Begins........3:00 p.m. Market Beef Show..............................................5:00 p.m. Free Stage Acts..........................................5:00-7:00 p.m. Freckle Farm Petting Zoo..........................5:00-9:00 p.m. Xtreme Bulls and Extreme Jousting..................7:00 p.m.

JD Fencing & Field Services is seeking an

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT to join the team at our Killdeer, ND headquarters.

Candidate must have 3-5 years of related experience, HS diploma (or equivalent); must possess excellent customer service and communication skills, be highly organized with ability to multi-task, and be a team player.

Band on the Patio up to 1:00 a.m. Free Stage Acts: Mystic Circus, Eric E., Bear Hollow Wood Carvers, Pippi the Clown

Duties include: Managing front office Providing administrative support for Management Assisting witth new hire onboarding Maintaining employee DOT files and conducting background research Scheduling mandatory safety training Maintaining safety records, including ISNET World & PEC Safeland Maintaining filing system Ordering office supplies Handling multiple projects

Saturday, August 17

Round Robin Showmanship..............................8:30 a.m. Exhibit Hall Open..............................................8:30 a.m. Fallon County Fair Parade..............................10:00 a.m. Vendor Booths................................11:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. Free Stage Acts........................................12:00-2:00 p.m. Freckle Farm Petting Zoo........................12:00-9:00 p.m. PRCA Rodeo - Military Day..............................1:00 p.m. 4-H/FFA Livestock Sale.....................................4:30 p.m. Free Stage Acts..........................................5:00-7:00 p.m. Uncle Kracker w/Josh Kehr opening.................7:00 p.m.

Compensation includes: Competitive Wages (DOE) Health Insurance with Health Savings Account Simple IRA Account with employer match Life & Accidental Dismemberment Coverage Short/Long Term Disability Coverage Paid Holidays & Vacation

Band on the Patio up to 1:00 a.m. Free Stage Acts: Mystic Circus, Eric E., Bear Hollow Wood Carvers, Pippi the Clown

Applicants must submit resume with cover letter to: jobs@jdfencingllc.com JD Fencing & Field Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer

EVENT TICKET PRICING: FREE ADMISSION:

Talent Show Steer Roping Knights of Valour Meet & Greet

EXTREME NIGHT:

Reserved - $20, Adult GA - $10 Kid GA $5, (10 & under free)

UNCLE KRACKER: Reserved Adult/Kid (higher up) - $15 Reserved Adult/Kid (lower) - $25 Pit Adult/Kid - $35

Shade Tree Experts Business Since 1974

PRCA RODEO:

Reserved $20, GA Adult $10, GA Kid $5 (10 & under free)

DERBY:

GA - $7, (6 & under free)

R&C Tree Service Now Working in the Area Complete Tree Service: •Trimming & Removal •Stump Removal •Special Work on Shelter Belts •Deadwood Removal for Shelter Belts

Modern Equipment Excellent - Fair Price - Free Estimates License & Bonded Insured J.P. Roderge 701-334-0381 (A.J.) John Roberge 701-509-6723 Toll-Free 1-800-334-1518 Credit Cards Accepted

Cruisers Show and Shine Saturday in the parking lot of the High Plains Community Center in Killdeer. Dave Hickey and Terall Bandy claimed the tall purple trophy, which conveniently matched the color of ther Bel-Air entry. There were more than 30 cars participating in the annual car show competition put on by the Dunn County Cruisers. Some were muscle cars. Some were trucks. But each drew their own fans to the car competition. There were cash and door prizes supplied by local sponsors. ABBREVIATED NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT, AMEND AND REPEAL ADMINISTRATIVE RULES relating to the ND State Board of Pharmacy Practice Act

North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy

will hold a public hearing to address proposed changes to N.D Admin. Code at :

Conference Room Board of Pharmacy Ofce 1906 E. Broadway Ave. Bismarck, ND Thurs., Sept. 19th, 2019 10:00 a.m.

The proposed amendments and new sections are not expected to have an impact on the regulated community in excess of $50,000. A copy of the proposed rules are available at www.nodakpharmacy.com or may be obtained by writing the North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy, calling (701) 328-9535 or by email ndboph2@ndboard.pharmacy. Also, written comments may be submitted to 1906 East Broadway, Bismarck, ND 58501 until October 12th 2019. If you plan to attend the public hearing and will need special facilities or assistance relating to a disability, please contact the North Dakota State Board of Pharmacy at the above telephone number or address at least 14 days prior to the public hearing. Dated this 23rd day of July, 2019. Mark J. Hardy, PharmD Executive Director


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August 2, 2019

REGIONAL

Dakota Datebook: Turkey Track Bill

written by Merry Helm August 2, 2019 — It’s interesting how some characters sound good just because they have three names. Like South Dakota’s Wild Bill Hickok or North Dakota’s Limpy Jack Clayton. Well, here’s another one – Turkey Track Bill. It was on this date in 1942 that Turkey Track died in Dickinson, and it seems that he was sorely missed by a lot of people, including his good friend Frank Fiske. Fiske was himself quite a character – photographer, steamboat pilot, journalist. A month before Turkey Track died, Fiske wrote a story about him for The Selfridge Journal, saying he would only do so because “Turk” was out of town, and it was safe. “He is still a fast man with a gun, either hand, and I am not taking chances,” he wrote. “There was never a more picturesque cowboy than this same Turkey Track,” Fiske told a friend. “I met him first 45 years ago, when he was cock of main street in Mandan. They couldn’t have the state fair without him, and it has been said that he used to run relay races all by himself. Figure that one out.” Turkey Track was born William Molash in Vienna, Michigan, in 1875 to parents who were French, Chippewa and Spanish. No one knows for sure when he first came to

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North Dakota, but it is known that he trailed cattle for the Turkey Track Ranch in Texas. In the Pioneer Chronicles, Larry Sprunk of Garrison related a story told by Keene rancher Brooks Keogh in 1975. Keogh’s father, Patrick, and Turkey Track worked together. “Well, in those days,” Keogh said, “they would go out on these roundups, you see, and they’d sleep in an old tent. And Turkey Track and dad slept together,” he said, “and all this amounted to was a bedroll and a tarp over the top of it under this tent. And ol’ Turkey Track, dad said... two of the last things he took off, he seemed to hate to part with, was his hat – that’s the first thing he put on in the morning before he even put his pants on – and the second was his six-shooter. He never failed..., he never was without his six-shooter. When he went to bed he slipped it under his pillow.” Another man who knew Turkey Track in those days was Isadore Smith, who lived south of Mandan at the time. When comparing today’s bronc busters with those from back then, he said, “All those guys would get liquored up before they’d ride, you know. Those days they was born in the saddle; they rode every day. They had these riders backed off the map, cause it come second nature. Fact is,”

he said, “there was an Indian, George Defender, was top cowboy. He’d ride anything. Then there was ol’ Joe Wicks, he’s dead now, and Turkey Track Bill. He was the character, always carried two guns. “Old Turkey Track came out pretty well drunk,” Smith said, “and the horse piled him and turned around and kicked him in the head with both hind feet. It sounded like he’d kicked a plank wall. Course it knocked him cold, and in those days, Kinelly was the undertaker, and he had to come down with a horse and buggy to pick up the body. So they better do something. So they laid Turkey Track down and covered him up with a blanket. “Come time for ol’ Harry Engels to ride,” he said, “and Harry had a bottle he didn’t know what to do with, so he lifts up the blanket and puts it alongside Turkey Track. He made his ride and he come back pretty dry, so he had to have a drink. He lifted up the blanket, reached under and got his bottle, and it was empty,” Smith said. “So he lifts up the blanket, and here was ol’ Turkey Track laying there laughin’ at him.” And then he said, “That’s a true story.” “Dakota Datebook” is a radio series from Prairie Public in partnership with the State Historical Society of North Dakota and with funding from the North Dakota Humanities Council.

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FROM PAGE X FROM PAGE 6 not to exceed thirteen wells on an existing 1280-acre spacing unit FROM PAGE 7 described as Sections 12 and 13, T.149N., R.93W., eliminating any tool error requirements and such FROM 8 other relief asPAGE is appropriate. Case No. 27819: Application of RimRock Oil & Gas Williston FROM PAGE 9 South LLC for an order for the Fork-Bakken Pool, Dunn County, ND, authorizing the drilling, completing and producing FROM PAGE of 10a total not to exceed thirteen wells on an existing 1280-acre spacing unit described as PAGE Sections 811 and 17, FROM T.148N., R.93W., eliminating any tool error requirements and such other relief as is appropriate. Signed by, Doug Burgum, Governor Chairman, NDIC __________________________ Published in the Dunn County Herald August 2, 2019 REGULAR MEETING OF THE KILLDEER CITY COMMISSION July 1st, 2019 Commission President Chuck Muscha called the meeting to order at 5:00 p.m. Commissioners present were Kevin Candrian, and Kelly Summerfield. Commissioner Rohr arrived at 5:02 P.M. Not present was Carey Praus. Hannah Braathen, Eric Braathen, Cameron Deperalta, John Harris, Wylie Bice, Gene Harris, and JoAnn Marsh were also present. Commissioner Summerfield moved to approve the consent agenda, seconded by Commissioner Candrian. The consent agenda consisted of the minutes of the June 17th, 2019 regular meeting; bills; a building permit for Chuck Dybowski for a remodel; a building permit for Bob Tuhy for a home addition and garage; Shep’s Construction Pay Application #1; and the 2014 Reconstruction Project final estimates from Tand Construction. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C Wylie Bice and Gene Harris, representing the Killdeer Saddle Club, discussed with the Commission about the potential for more events out at the new rodeo grounds and what role the City could play in helping with these events to benefit the greater area. The Commission discussed Ordinances 1.0605, 5.0604, 9.05019.0526, and 11.204. Commissioner Candrian made the motion to table the discussion & second readings on Ordinances 1.0605, 5.0604, 9.0501-9.0526, and 11.204, seconded by Commissioner Rohr. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C Commissioner Rohr made the motion to approve the Resolution establishing a Killdeer Complete Count Committee for the 2020 Census as well as start advertising for the open seats in the committee through the paper, social media, and mailers, seconded by Commissioner Summerfield. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C Commissioner Candrian made the motion to continue the same procedure of retaining surface rights as well as mineral rights with City sold lots, seconded by Commissioner Rohr. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C The Commission had the second reading and discussion on Ordinance 7.0302 Accumulation of Refuse Prohibited. Commissioner Candrian made the motion to change the official warning to a delivered letter from the City and the $250 fine to a $100 fine, seconded by Commissioner Rohr. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C Commissioner Candrian made the motion to approve the second and final reading of Ordinance 7.0302, seconded by Commissioner Rohr. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C The Commission had the second reading and discussion on Ordinances 13.0101, 13.0102, and 13.0103 relating to the sale of, discharge of, and permitting of fireworks. Commissioner Rohr made the motion to approve the second reading of Ordinances 13.0101, 13.0102, and 13.0103, seconded by Commissioner Candrian. Ayes- Candrian, Rohr, Muscha. Nays- Summerfield. M/C Commissioner Summerfield made the motion to start the process for advertising for openings for a visitors committee in the paper, social media, and mailers, seconded by Commissioner Candrian. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C Commissioner Candrian made the motion to table discussion on the GIS Buildout Quote, seconded by Commissioner Rohr. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C Commissioner Candrian made the motion to reimburse Officer Carney for lawn care expenses, seconded by Commissioner Summerfield. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C Having no further business, Commissioner Rohr moved to adjourn. The meeting was adjourned at 7:03 P.M. The following bills were approved for payment: Payroll, 06-20-2019, $33,119.31; EFTPS, 06-20-2019, $11,356.34; NDPERS, $12,288.90; 16587, Adv. Business Methods, $534.91; 16588, Aflac, $363.59; 16589, AH, Inc., $4,124.31; 16590, Ameripride Services, $953.52; 16591, Ashley Murphy, $1,822.50; 16592, Associated Supply Co., $28.70; 16593, BND, $50,240.84; 16594, Benz Oil Co., Inc. $417.92; 16595, Bosch Lumber, $924.47; 16596,

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Carissa Swenson Members Absent: Tonya Leach Staff Present: Brian Larson, Business Manager Members of Community: None Call to Order Board President David Kuntz called the meeting to order at 5:35 pm. Approval of Agenda Jennifer Kuntz moved to approve the Agenda. Sarah Rohde seconded the motion and item. Motion carried. Approval of Minutes Jennifer Kuntz moved to approve the April 9th Regular School Board Meeting Minutes. Sarah Rohde seconded the motion. Motion carried. Approval of Bills Jennifer Kuntz motioned to pay the Bills as presented. Carissa Swenson seconded the motion. Motion carried. Communications None Public Comments None Board Reports President’s Report (Buildings / Grounds & Transportation) Nothing new to report. Tonya Leach (School Food Service) Not present Sarah Rohde (Advanced Education, Negotiations) Nothing new to report. Carissa Swenson (Technology, Policy and Manuals and Activities) Nothing new to report. Jennifer Kuntz (Advanced Education, Negotiations, Policy and Manuals, Activities) Nothing new to report. Business Manager’s Report – Mr. Larson discussed the regular bills and highlighted the energy impact grant related expenses for the building improvements and the work yet to be performed. He discussed the needed equipment upgrades to keep current with all accounting system enhancements and presented the opportunity to upgrade the AP/PR/GL system to a internet/cloud based platform ensuring additional security and reliability. He referenced the recent storm related power outages and the wear that surges and outages has on operating systems. Carissa Swenson shared her preference for cloud-based storage and reviewed the benefits that remote hosting would offer the school. Superintendent’s Report – Superintendent Duletski began by presenting a review of services provided with and by West River Student Services and his estimation of needs for the coming year. He then moved on to his projection for 2019/2020 school year enrollment and the operational impact of the newly approved 4-day program. He advised the board of the transition day field trip to Killdeer Public School for the graduating 6th graders and the numerous inquiries he has had regarding the welding equipment in storage. Superintendent Duletski presented the plan to offer the neighboring school districts the option of purchasing equipment for their own respective programs before further plans move the equipment toward either an auction or storage. In this way the equipment would continue to be utilized for education. General discussion followed and Superintendent Duletski was asked to reach out to our neighboring districts with his plan. Old Business 1. Ancillary Staff Contracts Before the Board are the following Ancillary Contracts for the 2019-2020 School Year: a. Concerning the contract renewal and increases for both the Custodian and the Kitchen Staff, Superintendent Duletski presented the board with an increase of $ .25 per hour. Jennifer Kuntz moved to approve the increases as presented for the 2019-2020 school year. Sarah Rohde seconded the motion. Motion carried. b. Concerning the Bus Route(s), Superintendent presented his plan to use the Large Bus for a single consolidated route. Due to the increased time and attention to needs of larger transportation, he asked the board to likewise approve the increase the driving rates to: Large Bus at $100.00 per day, and when required, Small Bus rates for the North Route at $60.00 per day and the In-Town route at $40.00. Carissa Swenson moved to approve the Busing proposals and increases. Sarah Rohde seconded the motion. Motion carried. New Business 1. Approve Teacher Resignation Before the Board is the following resignation for the 2019-2020 School Year: Concerning the resignation of Taylor Lakoduk, Jennifer Kuntz moved to approve his resignation of his contract for the 2019-2020 school year. Sarah Rohde seconded the motion. Motion carried. 2. Approve Teacher Contracts Before the Board is the following Teacher Contract for the 20192020 School Year: Concerning the Teacher’s Contract for Nicole Light, Sarah Rohde moved to approve the contract for the 2019-2020 school year. Carissa Swenson seconded the motion. Motion carried. 3. Approve Tuition Agreement Before the Board is the Tuition Agreement for the Richardton-Taylor School District for the 2019-2020 School Year: Concerning the Tuition Agreement, Carissa Swenson moved to approve the agreement as submitted. Jennifer Kuntz seconded the motion. Motion carried.

4. Dunn County Historical Society Request for Memorabilia for the Museum On behalf of the DCHS&M, items located in campus storage and deemed of historical value to the museum exhibits were therefore requested for donation in writing to the board for approval. General discussion followed and with unanimous agreement and the board presented the requested items to the DCHS&M. Next regular scheduled meeting – June 13th, 2019 at 5:00 pm. Adjournment at 6:45 pm David Kuntz, Board President Brian Larson, Business Manager __________________________ Published in the Dunn County Herald August 2, 2019

tract for Abby Brossart, Carissa Swenson moved to approve the contract for the 2019-2020 school year. Sarah Rohde seconded the motion. Motion carried. 2. Building Improvements President Kuntz indicated that he was satisfied with Superintendent Duletski’s previous review. General discussion followed. 3. Ancillary Staff Contracts Before the Board are the following Ancillary Contracts for the 2019-2020 School Year: a. Concerning the contract renewal for Superintendent Duletski with an annual increase of $500.00, Jennifer Kuntz moved to approve the contract for the 2019-2020 school year. Sarah Rohde seconded the motion. Motion carried. b. Concerning the contract renewal for Brian Larson with an annual increase of $500.00, Carissa Swenson moved to approve the contract for the 2019-2020 school year. Jennifer Kuntz seconded the motion. Motion carried. The balance of staffing contracts is to be deferred to the next regular meeting. 4. Added Item: School Board Member Honoraria Reviewing the annual stipend paid to board members, a change was presented to replace the annual flat rate currently used. It was proposed that a per meeting rate be used for meetings attended either in person or via telephone. General discussion followed. Carissa Swenson made a motion that the rate be changed to award $100.00 to each board member for each meeting attended in person and $50.00 for each meeting attended via telephone and that this change be retroactively applied to this school year beginning in July of 2018. Sarah Rohde seconded the motion. Motion carried. Next regular scheduled meeting – May 21, 2019 at 5:30 pm. Adjournment at 6:57 pm David Kuntz, Board President Brian Larson, Business Manager __________________________ Published in the Dunn County Herald August 2, 2019

REGULAR MEETING OF THE KILLDEER CITY COMMISSION July 15th, 2019 Commission President Chuck Muscha called the meeting to order at 5:00 p.m. Commissioners present were Kevin Candrian, Kij Rohr, and Carey Praus. Not present was Kelly Summerfield. Eric Braathen, Nick DeMuse, Ron Fettig, Nicole Carlson, Gary Wilz, and JoAnn Marsh were also present. Commissioner Rohr moved to approve the consent agenda, seconded by Commissioner Praus. The consent agenda consisted of the minutes of the July 1st, 2019 regular meeting; bills; financial statement; a local gaming permit for a raffle for the Dunn County Cruisers; a building permit for The Pipe for a drive thru coffee shop; and a building permit for Benz Oil for a new shop. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C JoAnn Marsh, Dunn County Commissioner, discussed with the Commission the current situation with the Dunn County Social Services building in Killdeer and future possibilities. Nicole Carlson, Dunn County Director of Tax Equalization, discussed with the Commission the proposed GIS Buildout for all the cities in Dunn County. Commissioner Praus made the motion to approve the cost of $17,600 total for the City share of the GIS Buildout, seconded by Commissioner Rohr. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C Gary Wilz, Superintendent of Killdeer Public School, discussed with the Commission current plans to finalize a land acquisition for the new school grounds and the need for additional infrastructure for the potential site, as well as potential meetings between the School Board and City Commission or a separate committee to discuss such. Commissioner Praus made the motion to deny the second reading of Ordinance 2019-001, seconded by Commissioner Candrian. The ordinance contained amendments to the following ordinances: 1.0605, 5.0604, 7.0302, 9.0501-9.0526, 11.0204, 13.0101-13.0103. These were all a part of Ordinance 2019-001, so previous separate first and second readings of each amendment to ordinance were deemed invalid as all amendments were originally presented as one ordinance. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C The Commission had the first reading and discussion on Ordinance 2019-002, which makes an amendment to Chapter 13, Article 1, Section 7 (13.0107) of the Killdeer City Code relating to use of all terrain vehicles within the city limits of the City of Killdeer. Commissioner Candrian made the motion to approve the first reading of Ordinance 2019002, seconded by Commissioner Praus. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C Commissioner Praus made the motion to set the date for the preliminary budget meeting for August 6th 2019 at 5:00 P.M., seconded by Commissioner Rohr. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C Having no further business, Commissioner Rohr moved to adjourn. The meeting was adjourned at 6:26 P.M. The following bills were approved for payment: Payroll, 07-052019, $33,119.31; EFTPS, 0705-2019, $11,356.34; NDPERS, $12,288.90; 16608, Benz Oil Co., Inc., $447.95; 16609, City of Dickinson, $4,699.53; 16610, Consolidated Telcom, $1,083.17; 16611, Controlled Force, Inc., $670.00; 16612, Country Media, Inc., $390.42; 16613, Dakota Filter Supply, $175.00; 16614, DirectTV, $150.08; 16615, Ebeltoft, Sickler Lawyers, $3,640.60; 16616, Ellingson’s, $1,210.00; 16617, Embroidery Arts, $15.00; 16618, Hawkins, Inc., $456.01; 16619 Hinrichs Super Valu, $110.52; 16620, Information Tech Dept., $105.20; 16621, International Code Council, $135.00; 16622, Justin VanBuren, $550.00; 16623, Kohler Communications, $126.50; 16624, Lexipol, LLC, $1,526.00; 16625, Midco, $216.23; 16626, MDU, $8,037.00; 16627, One Call Concepts, Inc., $23.45; 16628, Pacific Assets, Inc., $154.51; 16629, Prairie Auto Parts, $463.20; 16630, Quality Quick Print, $150.00; 16631, Richard Carney, $124.53; 16632, Shep’s Const. & Excavation, $6,750.00; 16633, Spethman Bobcat Services, $390.00; 16634, SW Dist. Health Unit, $180.00; 16635, Tonys Auto Repair, $328.00; 16636, Transunion Risk & Alt., $50.00; 16637, Uniform Center, $119.97; 16638, Western Choice Coop, $12,836.98; 16639,

HALLIDAY PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT 19 BOARD MINUTES OF THE REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING JUNE 13, 2019 Place of Meeting: Halliday Public School Time of Meeting: 5:00 pm Members Present: David Kuntz, Sarah Rohde, Jennifer Kuntz, Carissa Swenson Members Absent: Tonya Leach Staff Present: Brian Larson, Business Manager Members of Community: None Call to Order Board President David Kuntz called the meeting to order at 5:03 pm. Approval of Agenda Carissa Swenson moved to approve the Agenda. Sarah Rohde seconded the motion and item. Motion carried. Approval of Minutes Carissa Swenson moved to approve the May 21st Regular School Board Meeting Minutes. Sarah Rohde seconded the motion. Motion carried. Approval of Bills Sarah Rohde motioned to pay the Bills as presented. Carissa Swenson seconded the motion. Motion carried. Communications A request from a former teacher and staff member was made to purchase one of the used sewing machines that has been in storage for many years. The board unanimously granted the request. Public Comments None Board Reports President’s Report (Buildings / Grounds & Transportation) Nothing new to report. Tonya Leach (School Food Service) Not present Sarah Rohde (Advanced Education, Negotiations) Nothing new to report. Carissa Swenson (Technology, Policy and Manuals and Activities) Nothing new to report. Jennifer Kuntz (Advanced Education, Negotiations, Policy and Manuals, Activities) Nothing new to report. Business Manager’s Report – Following an overview of end of year projections, Mr. Larson covered the recent election and indicated that a Special Board Meeting for the Canvassing of Ballots is planned for June 17th. He also presented each member with a copy of the 2018/2019 school yearbook created by HPS teacher Abby Brossart. Mr. Larson indicated his intention based on previous discussions, to move forward with the upgrade of the accounting software through the school’s vender. Finally, he presented the equipment requisitions updating outdated/obsolete technology. The board tabled the equipment purchase pending end of year financials. Superintendent’s Report – Superintendent Duletski drew the school year to a close by reviewing the teamwork and effort that each staff member had contributed, covered the accreditation received due the hard work of the teachers and students and indicated that the 2019/2020 school year is already shaping up to be as productive and successful. He mentioned the ongoing work of cleaning up the welding and shop areas and asked for the closing of the dormant Welding Fund Account with funds transferring into the General Fund. General discussion followed. Jennifer Kuntz made a motion to dissolve the Halliday Adult Welding Fund by closing the account at the Union Bank of Halliday. Carissa Swenson seconded the motion. Motion carried. Finally, Superintendent Duletski informed the board that in addition to the work provided by Denise Soehren earlier in the year during the AdvancEd review, Sharon Musick had dedicated a significant amount of time off campus to the training and preparation for the school and is eligible for reimbursement for her work. New Business 1. Student Handbooks Superintendent Duletski presented his draft of the new student handbooks for the 2019 / 2020 school year. He covered some policy requirements and guidelines in this draft and referenced several sections that have been revised or omitted. He asked the members to review the document and advise him if further revisions are required. General discussion followed. Next regular scheduled meeting – June 24th, 2019 at 5:00 pm. Adjournment at 6:20 pm David Kuntz, Board President Brian Larson, Business Manager __________________________ Published in the Dunn County Herald August 2, 2019 HALLIDAY PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT 19 BOARD MINUTES OF THE REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING MAY 21st, 2019 Place of Meeting: Halliday Public School Time of Meeting: 5:30 pm Members Present: David Kuntz, Sarah Rohde, Jennifer Kuntz,

HALLIDAY PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT 19 BOARD MINUTES OF THE REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING APRIL 9th, 2019 Place of Meeting: Halliday Public School Time of Meeting: 5:00 pm Members Present: David Kuntz, Sarah Rohde, Jennifer Kuntz, Carissa Swenson Members Absent: Tonya Leach Staff Present: Brian Larson, Business Manager Members of Community: None Call to Order Board President David Kuntz called the meeting to order at 5:06 pm. Approval of Agenda Jennifer Kuntz moved to approve the Agenda with the addition of one new item. Sarah Rohde seconded the motion and item. Motion carried. Approval of Minutes Sarah Rohde moved to approve the March 12th Regular School Board Meeting Minutes. Jennifer Kuntz seconded the motion. Motion carried. Approval of Bills Jennifer Kuntz motioned to pay the Bills as presented. Carissa Swenson seconded the motion. Motion carried. Communications None Public Comments None Board Reports President’s Report (Buildings / Grounds & Transportation) Nothing new to report. Tonya Leach (School Food Service) Not present Sarah Rohde (Advanced Education, Negotiations) Nothing new to report. Carissa Swenson (Technology, Policy and Manuals and Activities) Nothing new to report. Jennifer Kuntz (Advanced Education, Negotiations, Policy and Manuals, Activities) Nothing new to report. Business Manager’s Report – After a cursory review of the finances, Mr. Larson yielded his time to Superintendent Duletski’s report and the balance of the meeting agenda items. Superintendent’s Report – Superintendent Duletski shared his intention to invite Sharon Musick to summarize the findings of the AdvancEd Review results following his abbreviated administrative overview. He began with an update on proposed legislation currently being reviewed and the challenges that would result if enacted. Superintendent Duletski addressed the need for Storm Day make-up days on May 23rd and 24th extending the 2018/2019 school year by two days. He outlined the End of Year Awards, Graduation and Luncheon that the staff is planning for Thursday, May 23rd as well as his 2019/2020 school year enrollment estimations. Lastly, he addressed the building improvements, summer projects and boiler repairs that would be starting soon. Sharon Musick, AdvancEd liaison and staff team leader presented the findings of the evaluation and the positive aspects of the review leading to the accreditation for the school. She summarized the exhaustive report into primary areas of staff development, assessment driven educational plans, process driven change implementation and strengths and weaknesses. Mrs. Musick congratulated everyone involved with this important achievement and especially noted the teamwork and collaborative effort on behalf of the entire teaching team at Halliday Public School. Mrs. Musick asked for questions. General discussion followed. New Business 1. Approve Teacher Contracts Before the Board are the following Teacher Contracts for the 2019-2020 School Year: a. Concerning the Teacher’s Contract for Taylor Lakoduk, Jennifer Kuntz moved to approve the contract for the 2019-2020 school year. Carissa Swenson seconded the motion. Motion carried. b. Concerning the Teacher’s Contract for Megan Martinez, David Kuntz moved to correct the date as executed and approve the contract for the 2019-2020 school year. Carissa Swenson seconded the motion. Motion carried. c. Concerning the Teacher’s Contract for Ethan Krebs, Carissa Swenson moved to approve the contract for the 2019-2020 school year. Jennifer Kuntz seconded the motion. Motion carried. d. Concerning the Teacher’s Contract for Sharon Musick, Sarah Rohde moved to approve the contract for the 2019-2020 school year. Jennifer Kuntz seconded the motion. Motion carried. e. Concerning the Teacher’s Con-

Bills for JULY 2019 Non ACH VENDOR AMOUNT EOY 2018/2019 AM & M Service, 5,670.00; Killdeer Mountain Contracting, LLC, 14,900.00; Krauses Market, 187.72; ND PERS , 1,194.16; ND TFFR 1,927.92 Clint Johnson (not grant funded) 9,185.00 CDW-G 7,350.00 SOY 2019/2020 ATCO 790.29 Lignite Tire 87.90 Farmers Union Oil 72.66 $41,365.65 __________________________ Published in the Dunn County Herald August 2, 2019 June 2019 Bills - Non ACH VENDOR AMOUNT Preble Medical 182.00 ECOLAB 208.54 West River Student Services 749.82 ND Workforce Safety and Insurance 250.00 Farmers Union Oil Company 562.84 Country Media 90.49 Software Unlimited 1,455.00 IXL Learning 700.00 Venetian/Palazzo Hotel & Conference CNTR 7,128.00 Anthony Duletski 1,250.10 Brian Larson 100.00 $12,676.79 __________________________ Published in the Dunn County Herald August 2, 2019 May 2019 HPS SB Bills VENDOR AMOUNT Badlands Environmental Consultants 300.00 Clinton Johnson (non EIG related) 1,548.00 Dean Foods 336.96 Anthony Duletski 1,250.10 Farmers Union Oil Company 2,984.46 Brian Larson 100.00 ND School Boards Association 1,241.24 ND TFFR 5.00 Quill 350.38 Richardton-Taylor Public School 4,698.81 Union Insurance 4,771.00 Barry Van Wagner 626.40 West River Student Services 773.26 Colonial Research Chem Corporation 309.41 Farmers Union Oil Company 4,011.25 Crystal Heilde / Bakken Bakery 243.00 Jennifer Kuntz 77.88 NDCEL 105.00 Roughrider Education Services Program 500.00 Software Unlimited Inc. 2,525.00 USPS Halliday 120.00 Selle Implement 838.41 Colonial Research Chem Corporation 202.63 Farmers Union Oil Company 892.15 Country Media 89.37 West River Student Services 737.02 NWEA 1,500.00 Clinton Johnson (EIG for Building Fund) 10,000.00 Rudy’s Lock & Key (EIG for Building Fund) 999.00 AM&M Services (EIG for Building Fund) 11,895.35 Clinton Johnson (EIG for Building Fund) 9,500.00 NEW TEACHER - Nicole Light 300.00 $63,831.08


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