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Winterfest 2018 Nov. 26 - Dec. 2
There are many opportunities to shop, mingle and celebrate in our community this holiday season. Below is a sampling of the local happenings scheduled throughout the next few weeks. The New Rockford Transcript, New Rockford Area Chamber of Commerce and local merchants encourage you to make it a hometown holiday!
Miller’s Fresh Foods’ Taste of the Season
Avon & Vendor Holiday Sale
Shop for gifts available from local vendors at the DPRCA Latte Lobby Dance Studio from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Featuring Clean Little Boy Soaps, Avon, Scentsy and more! Special drawing at the end of the sale for $25 in Chamber bucks sponsored by the New Rockford Area Chamber of Commerce.
Pop-up Shop at Sarah Smith Warren Photography
Shop for a variety of apparel, home decor, makeup and other items from five different businesses owned by area alumni. Open from 9 a.m. - noon only!
Start the afternoon with lunch at the New Rockford Eagles Club hosted by NR-S Close Up from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Then take in a special matinee showing of “Incredibles 2” at the Rockford Theatre starting at 12:30 p.m. (admission is one canned food or personal care item per person). After the movie, head down to the Brown Memorial to play fun carnival games, win prizes and visit Santa from 2 - 4 p.m. The NR-S Dial yearbook staff will photograph children with Santa and send you prints for a fee. Free treat bags for the kids. Carnival games are 50 cents each. Sponsored by New Rockford Lions Club and New Rockford Area Chamber of Commerce.
NR-S High School Chrismas Concert
Starting at 7 p.m. in the NR-S Gymnasium, students will entertain with a variety of holiday favorites. Slated to perform are the junior high choir, band and pop choir and high school choir, pop choir, jazz band and full band.
American Legion Post 30 Buck Night
Supper and display of bucks harvested during the 2018 season at the New Rockford Eagles Club. Social begins at 5:30 p.m. with supper served at 7 p.m. Tickets available at the door for $10. Raffle prizes given away. Everyone welcome.
NR-S Kindergarten Christmas Program
The kindergarten students at New Rockford-Sheyenne School will perform at 2 p.m. in the NR-S Gym.
Nov. 12 - Dec. 17
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SANTA DAY Sunday, December 2 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Brown Memorial in New Rockford
Carnival games! Treats & prizes! Photos with Santa Children 6th grade and younger welcome! SPONSORED BY New Rockford Lions Club & New Rockford Area Chamber of Commerce
First Congregational Church is the host of this years’s Advent Tea, which is set for 2 p.m. Sunday. Enjoy tea served in heirloom tea cups, treats and fellowship.
Recipe books available with donation
DPRCA’s “Red and Gold: A Christmas Carol”
DPRCA’s Elliott Schwab penned this modern remake of the Christmas classic “The Christmas Carol.” Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2:30 p.m. Sunday. For tickets, call the Box Office at (701) 947-2417 go online to www.dprca.com.
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NR-S Elementary Christmas Program
The students in grades 1-6 at NR-S invite you to their annual holiday musical spectacular. There are two performances scheduled this year, at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Listen as the youth entertain with song, dance and instruments!
Nov. 30 - Dec. 16
“Taste of the Season” Saturday, December 1, only
From 3 - 6 p.m., Miller’s Fresh Foods hosts its annual tasting fest, featuring samples and recipes for a variety of delicious holiday fare! Get a recipe book of all the fare for a freewill donation.
ANNUAL CHRISTMAS AVON & VENDOR SALE Saturday, December 1 • 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Latte Lobby Dance Studio • New Rockford
Avon - Mindy Skjerva
Scentsy - Faith Presnell
Perfumes, colognes, candles, makeup & more. Gift sets and ready to give Christmas gifts Seasonal warmers and bars on hand to purchase as well as everyday itmes
Clean Little Boys Soap Misty Cronin
Handmade soaps made with natural ingredients & fun soaps for kids.
Alice’s Jams & Jellies Alcie Wiedrich
Many varieties of jelly & jams
Crocheted towels, tops for stove handles & embroiderd flour sack towels Embroiderd towels
Jane’s Creations Jane Bichler
Kitcchen scrubbies, dish cloths, microwave bowl pot holders, crochet hats, scarves, baby bandanas & burp cloths
Close-Up (School Group) Will host a bake sale in the entry way.
Chamber Jolly Jingle Drawings
Receive entries from Nov. 12 to Dec. 16 with a $10 purchase from participating local businesses. Plus, each purchase of $10 or more this week (Nov. 26 - Dec. 2) is good for two entries into the drawing! A total of $850 in Chamber bucks will be given away. Drawings begin on Dec. 1, when Mindy Skjerva of Avon, Katie Jorgenson of Tupperware and Misty Cronin for Clean Little Boy Soaps will draw a $25 winner from their box after the Avon & Vendor Sale. The 12 Days of Christmas drawings run from Dec. 3 - 15. One business will draw a $25 winner from its box each day, on the following schedule: Dec. 3- CenDak Cooperative, Dec. 4- Do It Best Hardware, Dec. 5- Rockford Café, Dec. 6- Hideaway Hair Salon, Dec. 7- Log Cabin Liquors, Dec. 8- Bakers Dozen, Dec. 9- Casey’s General Store, Dec. 10Transcript Publishing, Dec. 11- Central Pharmacy, Dec. 12- Flower Scent’R, Dec. 13- NAPA Auto Parts, Dec. 14- Cash and Carry Lumber and Dec. 15- Miller’s Fresh Foods. The final drawings will be done at Bank Forward on Monday, Dec. 17, when they will give away (12) $25 and (2) $100 gifts of Chamber bucks.
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This Week’s TV Best Bets Monday, Nov. 26 Monday, Nov. 26 College Basketball: ACC/Big Ten Challenge ESPN2, beginning at 7 p.m. The annual clash between the ACC and Big Ten tips off tonight on ESPN2 with Nebraska at Clemson and Minnesota at Boston College. ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU combine to televise the 14-game tournament through Wednesday. NFL Football: Tennessee at Houston ESPN, 8:15 p.m. Live NRG Stadium in Houston hosts this Week 12 Monday Night Football matchup between AFC South foes as the Tennessee Titans visit the Texans. Tuesday, Nov. 27 Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer CBS, 8 p.m. The longest-running holiday special in television history returns as Rudolph and his friends – Hermey the elf, Yukon Cornelius and others – save Christmas in this classic Rankin/ Bass special featuring the voice of legendary performer Burl Ives. NHL Hockey: Vegas at Chicago
NBCSN, 8 p.m. Live Marc-Andre Fleury and the defending Western Conference champion Vegas Golden Knights take on Jonathan Toews and the Blackhawks at Chicago's United Center. The Devil Next Door A&E, 10 p.m. New Series! This new six-part original docuseries provides a voice to the former members of the deeply secretive North Carolina-based Word of Faith Fellowship Church as they open up about the shocking abuse they reportedly endured at the hands of the church. Wednesday, Nov. 28 NHL Hockey NBCSN, beginning at 7 p.m. An NHL Wednesday Night Hockey twin bill has the St. Louis Blues at the Detroit Red Wings, followed by the Pittsburgh Penguins at the Colorado Avalanche.
College Basketball: ACC/Big Ten Challenge ESPN, ESPN2 & ESPNU, beginning at 7:15 p.m. Live The final day of the ACC/ Big Ten Challenge has Virginia at Maryland (ESPN or ESPN2), Syracuse at Ohio State (ESPN or ESPN2), Rutgers at Miami (ESPNU), North Carolina at Michigan (ESPN), Purdue at Florida State (ESPN2) and Georgia Tech at Northwestern (ESPNU). 86th Annual Christmas in Rockefeller Center NBC, 8 p.m. Live NBC kicks off the holidays with the lighting of the iconic tree in the heart of New York City with the 86th annual Christmas in Rockefeller Center. The evening with include festive musical performances and will be hosted by NBC's “Today” anchors. Thursday, Nov. 29 Olaf's Frozen Adventure ABC, 8 p.m. It's the first holiday season since the gates reopened and Anna (voice of Kristen Bell) and Elsa (voice of Idina Menzel) host a celebration for all of Arendelle. When the townspeople unexpectedly leave early, the sisters realize they have no family traditions of their own. NBA Basketball TNT, beginning at 8 p.m. Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors head to Toronto for a showdown with Kawhi Leonard and the Raptors. Following that game, Tobias Harris and the L.A. Clippers are in Sacramento for a collision with Zach Randolph and the Kings. NFL Football: New Orleans at Dallas FOX & NFL Network, 8:20 p.m. Live Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints head to AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, for a Week 13 showdown with Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday Night Football.
The Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Holiday Celebration
ABC, 9 p.m. Join Jordan Fisher (Dancing With the Stars: Juniors) and Sarah Hyland (Modern Family) as they host the magical two-hour event from the Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort. This star-studded primetime celebration showcases incredible musical performances from Gwen Stefani, Meghan Trainor, Brett Eldridge and more. Friday, Nov. 30 A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding Netflix Must-see sequel! Journalist Amber (Rose McIver) and Aldovia's Prince Richard (Ben Lamb) plan their holiday nuptials. College Football: MAC Conference Championship ESPN2, 7 p.m. Live ESPN2 airs the MAC football conference championship game between the winners of the East and West Divisions at Ford Field in Detroit. A Very Nutty Christmas Lifetime, 8 p.m. Harried bakery owner Kate Holiday (Melissa Joan Hart) has lost her holiday spirit. But after Kate hangs the last ornament on her tree and goes to bed, she wakes to finds a handsome soldier named Chip (Barry Watson) – who may or may not be the Nutcracker Prince from Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker – in her living room. Also stars Marissa Jaret Winokur, Conchata Ferrell and Rizwan Manji. Saturday, Dec. 1 College Football ABC, CBS, ESPN & FOX, beginning at 12 p.m. Live It's college football conference championship Saturday, featuring title games for the Big 12 (ABC), Sun Belt (ESPN), American (ABC), Mountain West (ESPN), Big Ten (FOX) and ACC (ABC). But the best of the bunch is a rematch of
last season's national championship game as Alabama and Georgia clash for the SEC title in Atlanta (CBS). College Basketball ESPN, ESPN2 & FOX, beginning at 12 p.m. Live Saturday college basketball on FOX features Louisville at Seton Hall, Gonzaga at Creighton and Nevada at USC. ESPN2 has UNC-Greensboro at Kentucky, Villanova at La Salle, Vanderbilt vs. NC State, Stetson at Duke and Oregon at Houston. Purdue at Michigan and Stanford at Kansas round out the schedule on ESPN. Disney Parks Presents a 25 Days of Christmas Holiday Party
Disney Channel, 8 p.m. This half-hour special, hosted by Jordan Fisher and Disney stars Ruby Rose Turner and Dakota Lotus, features musical performances by Gwen Stefani, Brett Eldredge, Asher Angel and Meg Donnelly and special appearances by Disney Channel stars. Plus, the special takes viewers behind the scenes of Lightning McQueen's Racing Academy, a new experience based on the world of Cars, which rolls into Disney's Hollywood Studios in spring 2019. Mingle All the Way Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. The designer of a successful networking/dating app that pairs busy singles with "strictly platonic" partners for all of the holiday season's social engagements is matched with a man with whom she's already had several disastrous encounters. Stars Jen Lilley, Brant Daugherty and Lindsay Wagner. A Twist of Christmas Lifetime, 8 p.m. In the frenzy before Christmas, two single parents – busy working mom Abby (Vanessa Lachey) and overwhelmed lawyer Ryan (Brendon Zub) – accidentally mix up their toys at a crowded department store. Although the two parents can't stand each other, they are forced to work together to salvage the holidays for their children. Brought to you by the publishers of TV Guide Magazine, the ultimate TV resource. Get TV Guide Magazine at 84% off the cover price! Call 800-8661400 or visit tvguidemagazine.com. ©TV Guide Magazine 2018
Dakota Recreation Report by Patricia Stockdill
Outdoor notes: *ATV, UTV, and snowmobile use now allowed on Lake Darling on Upper Souris Nat’l. Wildlife Refuge from south of Carter Dam to Lake Darling Dam. Access points are the same as for standard vehicles and must only be used for ice-fishing access only. State registration and insurance laws also apply. *Darkhouse spearfishing season opens at ice-over on legal lakes. *Nov. 27: N.D. Game and Fish Dept. advisory board meeting, Esmond Rural Fire Dept. Building, 7 p.m. *Nov. 29: Dove season closes. *Nov. 30: Deer muzzleloader season opens. Fishing: *Devils Lake elevation, Nov. 19: 1,448.13 feet above mean sea level (MSL). *Stump Lake elevation: 1,448.11 MSL. *Lake Sakakawea elevation: 1,840.69 MSL; 29,000 cubic feet per second average (CFS) Garrison Dam daily releases. *N.D. Game and Fish Dept. Dist. game wardens: Antelope Lake producing occasional perch. No other east-central lakes, Devils Lake and Missouri River System reports. *Devils Lake, Ed’s Bait Shop, Devils Lake: No activity yet on Devils Lake back bays but a few anglers fishing northern feeder lakes. Limited reports yet. *Devils Lake, Lakeview Lodge, Minnewaukan: No reports. *Devils Lake, West Bay Resort, Minnewaukan: No new reports. *Devils Lake, Woodland Resort, Devils Lake: Bays icing over but main lake remains open yet. Some walk-on activity on northern feeder lakes, including Lake Irvine. *Foster County area lakes, Dry Dock, Carrington: A few anglers checking out area lakes. Pipestem Reservoir producing some perch success. Walk-on access only yet. *Jamestown Reservoir, Pioneer Bait & Tackle, Jamestown: Look for some pike and walleye activity with anglers starting to walk onto the reservoir. *Jamestown Reservoir, Sooper Stop, Jamestown: Anglers starting to walk on area lakes but no reports yet on success. *Lake Ashtabula, Ashtabula Crossing, Luverne: Anglers starting to access the lake with most activity north of the bridges. Look for some early season crappie and perch success. *Lake Ashtabula, Bayshore, Valley City: No activity with lake ice still unsafe. *Lake Sakakawea, Cenex Bait and Tackle, Garrison: Back bays icing over on Lake Sakakawea but no activity. Lake Audubon iced over but use extreme caution if accessing any of the back bays. *Lake Sakakawea/Lake Audubon/Missouri River, Scott’s Bait and Tackle, Pick City: Missouri River tailrace producing walleye from shore in the evening off the rocks using crankbaits. Use extreme caution on the slippery rocks. *Lonetree WMA area lakes, Harvey: Coal Mine Lake opens for ice-fishing with walkable ice. *Pipestem Reservoir, Pioneer Bait and Tackle, Jamestown: Look some few pike and walleye success. *Pipestem Reservoir, Sooper Stop, Jamestown: A few anglers venturing out with limited reports. *Spiritwood Lake, Pioneer Bait and Tackle, Jamestown: No reports. *Spiritwood Lake, Sooper Stop, Jamestown: No reports yet. Hunting: *Upland: Increasing numbers of pheasants showing up in pockets with corn harvest winding down. *Waterfowl: Good numbers of Canada geese along the open water of the east end of Lake Sakakawea and open water of the Missouri River. Most birds moved out of the lake’s midsection. Numbers to know: *N.D. Game and Fish Department, main Bismarck office: (701) 328-6300, website: (http://gf.nd.gov). *N.D. Game and Fish Department, Devils Lake office: (701) 662-3617. *N.D. Game and Fish Department, Jamestown office: (701) 253-6480. *Report All Poachers: (800) 472-2121 or (701) 328-9921.
CNDC Girls Basketball Tournament begins Thursday in Rugby The varsity girls basketball team will head to Rugby this weekend for the CNDC tournament. They will take on Glenburn on Thursday, Nov. 29 at 4:30 p.m. Good luck to the girls throughout the tournament!
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Easy ways to simplify your holidays
Get into the holiday spirit by watching “The Grinch” at the Rockford Theatre this weekend.
Let your heart grow a few sizes by Paul Hall Whoville loves Christmas! Family, presents, food, decorations and so many more things all come together in one glorious celebration for the residents of this little town. The Dr. Seuss tale returns to the big screen and is brought to life with a modern look and feel with the release of “The Grinch.” Despite the celebratory atmosphere around Whoville, there is one resident living high above this small town who is less than enthused about the joy that exists. That resident, of course, is the Grinch (voice of Benedict Cumberbatch). Something had an impact on the Grinch’s ability to enjoy Christmas and all that comes with it. In fact, the Grinch simply has a disdain for all the residents in the merry town he overlooks. But he has a plan to mute the enjoyment of the citizens below. He will steal Christmas. Along with his
trusty “reindeer”/dog Max, he sets off to silence the revelry by taking everything symbolizing Christmas that exists in Whoville. Will that dastardly act silence these Whos, or is there more to Christmas than things? “The Grinch” is a tough story to crack. The 1966 version – narrated by Boris Karloff, who captured the mood so well– airs on television annually and has a permanent spot on Bluray in my household. Albeit only 26 minutes in length, it never felt too short to me. Then in 2000, Ron Howard brought the story to life with the chameleon Jim Carrey undertaking the role of the classic green guy. It was different, but fun. Now crisply and flawlessly animated, can “The Grinch” circa 2018 uphold the tradition of its lead character? Well, yes, kind of. Let me explain. Where this version of the story goes right is with truly beautiful animation. The Illumination team never
lets me down as they bring to life a truly magical holiday favorite. This is the type of animation that resonates with today’s youth. Musically, the new songs just feel like they are missing some of the special nature from the original effort. The songs are hip, fun and unique while dealing with the source material in an extremely respectful manner, but I wanted something else. What is tough for me is the length. As with Howard’s 2000 film, this film struggles to extend the story to feature length. Our extra time spent with the Mean One is not entirely merited. Although this iteration of Seuss’ tale doesn’t replace the spot in my heart for the original, I do have to admit this film does give me warm and fuzzy feelings about the impending holiday season. The characters bring enjoyment and love for our fellow creatures on the Earth. Its ultimate mes-
sage of hope, acceptance and love is something we could all use a little bit more of in our life. The Grinch may be a mean one, but the movie is far from mean and welcomes people everywhere with a warm and inviting glow. Maybe others will have their hearts grow a few sizes after seeing this installment— one can only hope, right? Paul’s Grade: B “The Grinch” comes to the Rockford Theatre in downtown New Rockford this weekend, with 8 p.m. showings Friday, Nov. 30 thru Monday, Dec. 3. Brought to you by the publishers of TV Guide, the ultimate TV resource packed with celebrity news and commentary on what’s new and what’s good to watch. Get TV Guide at 88% off the cover price: call (800) 866-1400 or visit tvguidemagazine.com. ©TV Guide 2018.
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you can feel great about, consider wholesome choices like roasted almonds or granola with less sugar. Gift-Giving The holidays are the perfect time to gather with friends and loved ones to exchange presents in celebration of the season. If you’re worried about finding something affordable for everyone, consider shopping at a discount retailer, like Dollar General. With deals throughout the store on picture frames, books, candles, coffee mugs and more, you can treat everyone on your list without breaking the bank. Plus, they are offering an instant 25 percent savings on any qualifying toy purchase of $75 or more through Dec. 24, 2018. By downloading the store’s app, you can access DG Digital coupons. New customers automatically receive a digital coupon for $1 off their first purchase of $1.01 or more. Don’t forget the gift wrap! Get creative with your trimmings by choosing a unique theme for each person on your list. With so many wrapping paper, gift bag and ribbon options, you can make every gift as special as the person receiving it. This season, keep your sights on the essentials. Simplify your shopping by creating a signature theme for home décor, finding deals on gifts for everyone on your list, and baking up something easy and delicious for the whole crew. Plan ahead this year and enjoy the extra time celebrating the season with friends and family.
Allmaras named Senior Athlete, Belquist Coach of the Year in Region 2 by Erik Gjovik, Foster County Independent One area football player stood head and shoulders above the rest, with the release of the All-Region 2 Team in the Nine-Man Football classification. New Rockford-Sheyenne’s Teddy Allmaras was named the Senior Athlete of the Year for the region. It was impossible to ignore the stat lines from Allmaras, the Rockets’ senior quarterback. The 5’11”, 165-pound signal caller marched NR-S up and down the field to the tune of 2,240 yards passing and 35 touchdowns to just eight interceptions, and also rushed for 305 yards and five additional scores. On the “X” side of the ball, Allmaras played another big role in the secondary. His three interceptions tied him for first on the Rockets, and he finished with 33 total tackles. Ted-
dy is the son of Linus and Susette Allmaras of New Rockford. Allmaras was merely one part of the Rockets’ successful campaign, one in which the team advanced to the Nine-Man quarterfinal round and gave eventual champion Thompson their closest scare of this year’s playoffs in defeat, 32-28. Additional First Team selections included wide receiver/cornerback Bo
Belquist, wide receiver/defensive end Tucker Longnecker, lineman/defensive end Joey Gray, wide receiver/cornerback Nathan Holzwarth and running back/linebacker Luke Ystaas. For the Honorable Mention list, running back/ linebacker Hunter Thompson, lineman/linebacker Keegan Anderson and offensive/defensive lineman Hunter Johnson were tabbed for NR-S. Rocket’s Coach Elliott Belquist was selected as the Nine-Man Region 2 Coach of the Year. He led NR-S to a 9-1 record and the regional championship for the first time since 2012, and just finished his 10th year at the helm. Belquist has a career record of 57-37. Nine-Man All-Region 2 Teams Cavalier: Andre Carrier, Conley Carrier, Jaxen Fleming, Jayden Laxdal, Isiah LeTexier.
Four Winds: Keldon Keja, Gionni Robertson, Tate Tomahawk. Larimore: Jacob Schempp, Austin Steffen, Friday Thomas, Carsen Thorsell. Nelson County: Parker Frederick, Jake Leininger. NR-S: Teddy Allmaras, Bo Belquist, Joey Gray, Nathan Holzwarth, Tucker Longnecker, Luke Ystaas. North Border: Ethan Stremick Honorable Mention Cavalier: Brannin Cleem, Tommy Enerson, Scott McColl. Four Winds: Luke Quick, Talin Redfox, JaeShaun Shaw, Bronson Walter. Larimore: Ethan Moore, Logan Wakefield. Nelson County: James Fisk, David Lemaire. NR-S: Keegan Anderson, Hunter Johnson, Hunter Thompson. North Border: Jacob Johnson, Colton Willits.
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Work Wanted WORK WANTED: For all your remodeling or repair needs, call Buckmeier Construction at 996-3886 or 3024qs 0516, ask for LeRoy. WORK WANTED: Piano tuning and repair. Ringerud Piano Service, John Ringerud, piano technician. Call 7014qs 652-2512, Carrington. KNIVES SHARPENED for 75¢ each or three for $2 at Miller’s Fresh Foods, New 4q Rockford. HOUIM TREE SERVICE: Tree trimming and removal, stump removal, at reasonable rates. Free estimates, 30 years experience. Credit cards accepted. 7766883. 23s
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Public Notice MINUTES OF EDDY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING EDDY COUNTY COURTHOUSE NOVEMBER 6, 2018, 8:30 A.M. The meeting was called to order by Neal Rud, Chairperson. Also present were Commissioner Jeff Pfau, Commissioner Glenda Collier, Auditor Patty Williams, and Allison Lindgren, New Rockford Transcript. Glenda Collier made a motion to approve the agenda and it was seconded by Jeff Pfau. The motion carried. Jeff Pfau made a motion to approve the minutes of the October 16, 2018 meeting. Glenda Collier seconded the motion and the motion carried. After review of the financials and expenditure and revenue budgets for the month of October 2018, a motion was made by Jeff Pfau to approve both the financials and budgets. The motion was seconded by Glenda Collier and the motion carried. Glenda Collier made a motion to approve the following bills and it was seconded by Jeff Pfau. Roll call vote: Collier, Pfau, and Rud voted aye. Payroll............................................60,764.08 Central Plains Water District.................56.00 Crystal Dubois......................................10.00 Grand Forks County Sheriff................250.00 Montana-Dakota Utilities Co..............458.28 Electronic Federal Tax Pay Sys......20,927.37 Aflac....................................................312.77 ND Public Employees Ret .............14,216.93 Washington National Ins Co.................24.90 Ameritas Life Insurance Corp.............182.35 Phyllis I. & Wayne R. Topp...............1,000.00 Wells County.................................10,699.88 David Allmaras.....................................59.62 James Allmaras....................................47.09 Kathryn A Anderson...............................9.50 Jesse Anderson....................................77.94 Andrew Bachmeier...............................85.02 Bank Forward.......................................28.10 Cash & Carry Lumber...........................15.99 Central City H2o+.................................95.00 CenDak Cooperative.......................2,867.52 Glenda Collier.......................................37.50 Corwin Collision Center LLC...........1,343.21 Creative Product Source Inc .............186.86 City Of Sheyenne...............................918.13 City Of New Rockford.....................3,412.82 New Rockford City Park Dist...........1,098.29 Dakota Dust-Tex Inc ..........................129.65 Do It Best..............................................68.77 Ds Solutions, Inc................................175.00 Eddy County Treasurer....................6,807.97 Foster County Human Services......4,011.89 Fourth Corporation.............................140.00 Garrison Div Cons District...................703.57 Harvey Sand & Gravel, Inc..........126,997.36 Kim Johnson......................................100.00 Lake Region Law Enforcement.......3,337.50 Lake Region Res Re-Entry Ctr........1,950.00 Leaf ...................................................287.29 Mick's 281 Service..........................2,149.70 ND Association Of Counties............1,490.00 NDACO Resources Group..................942.50 ND Newspaper Association................254.04 ND Public Employees Ret..............21,597.36 Newman Traffic Signs..........................886.82 New Rockford Utility Services.............238.47 Office Of Attorney Gen ......................815.00 Ok Tire Store Carrington.....................612.92 Otter Tail Power Co..............................24.39 Pfau Bros Auto Body.......................3,684.65 Pharmchem Inc .................................121.10 Purchase Power..................................503.50 Quill Corporation................................114.43 RDO Equipment Co............................633.91 Stuart Richter.......................................40.00 Levi Rue................................................54.17 New Rockford/Sheyenne Sch #2....4,950.87 Soil Conservation............................1,146.99 State Treasurer.....................................92.85 Stein's Inc...........................................165.71 Transcript Publishing............................75.00 Township Payouts.........................35,177.25 Casey Weber........................................41.09 Wells Co Human Services...............4,379.48 Glenda Collier made a motion to approve the sheriff’s report for the month of October 2018 and it was seconded by Jeff Pfau. The motion carried. OLD BUSINESS: Irvin Loe, Road Superintendent, gave an update on the road department. Paul Lies, Sheriff, gave an update on the Sheriff’s Department and also discussed the bill received from Evans Funeral Home. The doorway into the Social Services office will be remodeled to allow for better wheelchair and baby stroller accessibility. Glenda Collier made a motion to accept the estimate from G & R Controls to reconnect the steam radiation piping in the basement of the courthouse in the amount of $3,954. Neal Rud seconded the motion and the motion carried. The information received from ND Telephone Company regarding a security camera at the county shop in Colvin Township was reviewed. The Commissioners reviewed the Eddy
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County Policy Manual regarding vacation and sick leave pay and the requests made in Kathleen Thueson’s resignation letter. Commissioner Jeff Pfau left the meeting at 10:50 A.M. NEW BUSINESS: Glenda Collier made a motion to approve the Application for Conditional Use Permit from CenDak Cooperative. Neal Rud seconded the motion and the motion carried. Glenda Collier made a motion to approve closing the Eddy County offices on November 22 and 23, 2018 for Thanksgiving and December 24 and 25, 2018 for Christmas. Neal Rud seconded the motion and the motion carried. Ben Aaseth, Interstate Engineering, Inc., attended the meeting to give an update on the construction project on County Road #8, CNOC-1427(058). He presented Change Order No. 1, which changes the completion date to 11/20/18, and Progressive Estimate No. Three (3) for the project. Glenda Collier made a motion to approve both the change order and estimate and it was seconded by Jeff Pfau. The motion carried. Ben presented Engineer’s Opinions of Probable Construction Costs for 0.81 miles of 4” hot bituminous pavement, chip seal, on County Road 8, 7.0 miles of 3” hot bituminous pavement and 1” leveling, chip seal, on County Road 10, Brantford highway, and 7.0 miles of full depth reclamation with cement stabilization, double chip seal, on County Road 10, Brantford highway. Travis Peterson, State’s Attorney, attended the meeting to discuss the change order presented by Ben Aaseth. He also gave an update on the water board. Neal Rud, Chairperson, adjourned the meeting at 11:30 A.M. The next regular meeting will be December 4, 2018 at 8:30 A.M. Neal Rud, Chairperson ATTEST: Patty Williams, County Auditor Published Nov. 26, 2018
PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF INTESTACY AND DETERMINATION OF HEIRS (NDCC 30.1-15-02) Case No., 14-2018PR-0015 IN DISTRICT COURT, EDDY COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Beverly Anderson Schlieve, DECEASED NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Tamra Elshaug, has filed with the Judge of the District Court of Eddy County, North Dakota, a Petition for Adjudication of Intestacy and Determination of Heirs in the matter of the estate of the above named Deceased, of Beverly Anderson Schlieve. The assets of the estate consist of, in addition to other property, an interest in the following described real estate in Eddy County North Dakota: •Lots Eight and Nine of Section Thirty, Township One Hundred Fifty, Range Sixty-three, Eddy County, ND •The Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, and Lots Nine and Ten, all of Section Twenty-five, Township One Hundred Fifty, Range Sixty-four, Eddy County, ND •Lot Six of Section Thirty-five, Township One Hundred Fifty, Range Sixty-four, Eddy County, ND Hearing has been set to consider the Petition on the 17th day of December, 2018, at 10:30 a.m. at the Courtroom of the Eddy County District Court in the City of New Rockford, County of Eddy, State of North Dakota, at which time and place you may be heard if you wish. Dated this 16th day of November, 2018 James P. Wang Attorney for Petitioner P.O. BOX 211 110 Main St. E. Minnewaukan, ND 58351 (701) 473-5338 ID No. 04664 Published Nov. 26, Dec. 3 and 10, 2018
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HS PRINCIPAL: OPENING at May-Port CG School. Prefer principal’s credential. Application packet available, apply with Supt, Michael Bradner,Michael. firstname.lastname@example.org; 900 Main St W., Mayville ND. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT. NDSCS seeks an administrative assistant to provide support to the Financial Aid Department. Responsibilities include: mailings, filing, greeting visitors, computer entry, working with students/ supporting departments, etc. This is a full-time, benefited, 12-month position in Wahpeton. Screening begins immediately-applications accepted until filled. Compensation DOE plus excellent benefit package. Interested candidates must submit the on-line application. For more information go to: www.ndscs.edu/careers , EOE.
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ATTENTION WESTERN North Dakota Hunters/ Furharvesters. Petska Fur running Bi-monthly routes. Actively seeking Coyotes, Lynxcats, Fox, Coons, Deer/ Elkhides and antler. Coyote market exceptional. 308870-4887, www.petskafur. net. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
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EVERY NORTH DAKOTA newspaper. That’s where your 25-word classified ad will appear for only $160. Contact this newspaper for details. HELP WANTED: PFEIBIDS FLE Chevrolet in Wishek, N.D., is seeking an ex- THE CITY OF LANGDON perienced Service Tech- is calling for bids for the nician. Up to $5,000 sign purchase of a new Street on bonus if GM Trained. Sweeper. Specific informaCall Dave at 701-452-2375. tion for the bid can be obtained by contacting City RAW (COOPERSTOWN, Hall at (701) 256-2155. Bids ND). Full-time traveling should be received at City Commercial Applicators for Hall, 324 8th Ave., Langdon, railroad vegetation control, ND 58249 no later then 5:00 60-80 hours/week, com- pm on December 24, 2018 petitive wage and benefits, for a bid opening at 6:00 pm. plus meal allowance, paid MISCELLANEOUS lodging. 888.700.0292 | www.rawapplicators.com HAVE A NEWS release | email@example.com or other information that needs to reach all ND newsFARMERS UNION OIL in papers? ND Newspaper AsPortland is looking for a sociation can help! One call full-time truck driver in the does it all. 701-223-6397 or propane department. CDL you can email sharip@ndna. required, hazmat and CETP com
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