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The Star May 24, 2021 student athletes named to the All Academic Team. Alvy Henderson, Cole Henderson, Havlin Delong and Issac Herbel were named to the team. Jakob Hudson, Cade McCloud, Alvy Henderson and Delong were named to the All Conference squad. Jakob Hudson was named the 2020-2021 most valuable player. Herbel took home the most improved honor and Alvy Hen- derson was named the team's hardest worker. Jakob Hudson and McCloud were the captains for this year's team. The duo also ‘innmmt 1.1111115 Wrestlers earn post season awards The Northern Lights Wrestling team handed out awards recently following a successful season. The team featured four received a six-year award for being a part of the program since seventh grade. Summer is fast approaching, and parents may be wondering if children {are ready to stay home alone and Ewhen it is safe for children to be ,without adult supervision. I Prevent Child Abuse North 1Dakota and the North Dakota De— Epartment-of Human Services’ Chil- :dren and Family Services Division fhave an informational brochure Iavailable online and in print called ' Home Alone: Is Your Child Ready? :that provides guidance and answers isome common questions about child lsupervision. The brochure is avail- fable on the department’s website at :wwwnd .gov/dhs/info/pubs/docs/cfs/ ibrochure—home-alone.pdf. North Dakota does not have .-a gstate law that specifies the age a child féan stay"'homé7?al‘(‘irie‘i%ge*is‘iiot the C only factori parents 1 should consider liwhen making their decision. The department’s child protection iservices administrator Marlys Baker ‘said, “The human service zones fol- }low guidelines when they receive re— ports 'of children who are inadequately supervised. We encour- age parents not only to talk to their children about safe ‘home alone’ strategies, but to also test the child’s knowledge by asking questions about what the child woulddo if a stranger knocks at the door, or if friends come over and break the rules in their house.” Baker said the brochure outlines factors parents should consider in’ their decision-making, including age, emotional well-being and maturity, length of time their child would be alone, along with the time of day or night. Parents may also want to con— sider any physical, emotional or mental limitations achild may have, and whether a parent or other trusted adult is readily accessible if needed. The brochure also touches on other considerations such as self-care and homei‘Safety strategies. Bakmeaidzdmdfrfamilies make their decision with these factors in mind, it can help create a more posi- tive experience for both parents and children. “Communication also plays an important role in determining a child’s ability to stay home alone,” said Baker. “Parents should ask their When are kids ready to be alone during summer months child how they feel about staying home alone. If there is any hesitation, parents may want to wait until their child is more prepared. Never as- sume a Child is ready to be unsuper- vised just because he or she is age 12 or 13.” Parents and caregivers with ques— tions on child supervision guidelines can also contact their local human service zone office. Contact informa- tion is at www.nd.gov/dhs/loca- tions/countysocialserv/. One of the department’s key pri- orities is strong, stable families; The department’s Children and Family Services Division works closely with the human service zones, PCAND, North Dakota State University Ex- tension Service, and other public and private. partners to promote child safety/and well—being. Parents who decide a child is not ready to be unsupervised can get help finding licensed, regulated child care through Child Care Aware of North Dakota. For indi- vidualized help finding child care, parents can reach a referral special— ist by calling 800-997—235 15, or par- ?New strategy will restore and sustain grasslands After engaging and enlisting ’partners and stakeholders last spring and summer, the North Dakota Game and Fish Department initiated 'ithe Meadowlark Initiative, a new istatewide strategy to combine the ’efforts of conservation, agriculture and industry partners to enhance, re— }store and sustain native grasslands 'in North Dakota. , Last November, the Game and Fish Department and 13 contribut- of Rolla and Bottineau % Support your V‘ I home team! 241 Golf Williston Baseball 1 Away 3 Cando Baseball Away Cando FIRST STATE INSURANCE 477-6431 - Toll-free 1-800-233-1341 Baseball BasebaH Baseball Candu ing partners submitted a USDA Re- gional Conservation Partnership Program grant proposal (MI—RCPP), seeking to leverage over $12 million partner contributions with $10 mil- lion of USDA-NRCS funding to kick-start collaborative work toward goals and objectives, encompassed in the.Meadowlark Initiative. In late April, USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service an- nounced that North Dakota’s Mead- Area High School Sports Schedule Wednesday Thursday May 27 Softball 1 Away Baseball . Away Cando Away Cando Baseball Away Cando Away Cando Baseball Away Sando Away owlark InitiatiVe RCPP was selected as one of 85 successful projects na- tionwide. Together the collaborative effort focuses on two goals: 1) improve, increase. and connect wildlife habi- tat and 2) support the sustainability of new and. existing livestock ranches by offering incentives and programs to promote holistic graz- ing with grass-based livestock oper- ations. Saturday May 29 SbfibaM'\ Away Bismarck Bismarck Database to electronically post priVate land available The 2021 state legislature passed a bill to allow electronic posting of private land, giying landowners an- other option for posting private prop- erty. This online database system is available to enroll lands, with the law going into effect Aug. 1, 2021. In addition to current posting laws allowing landowners to post lands with physical signs, electronic post— ing adds the option to digitally post land. The. digital posting system is linked to land descriptions based on goose hunting opportunities in mid- ‘ August. Landowners new to the site will need to create a profile, while others who have previously purchased a hunting or fishing license can pro- ceed to the Land Parcel section at the bottom of the page. The Game and Fish website has complete instructions for landowners to follow, along with frequently asked questions for both landowners and hunters. Parent Resource Centers also offer county tax parcel information. Landowners interested in posting electronically for the 2021-22 hunt- ing season can log into My Account An easy, inexpensive way to reach more than 10,000 readers on the North Dakota Game and Fish across the region! Department website, gf.nd.gov. The deadline for landowners to digitally The star post land is July 15, which is neces- for more detalls.’ sary to make the map information available prior to the early Canada 101-477-6495? TURTLE MOUNTAIN HOUSING AUTHORITY, T.D.H.E. Aj'I’RIBALLY DESIGNATED HOUSING ENTITY P.0. BOX 620 ' 9818 BIA R0 SUITE 7 BELCOURT. NORTH DAKOTA 58316-0620 TELEPHONE: 701-417-5613 ADMINISTRATION OFFICE FAX: 701‘77-0193 BID ADVERTISER/{ISN'T Unit Rehab.VU - 2021 8 Groups of 2 Units Each ents can choose to use CCAoND’s online child care provider search tool at https://ndchildcare.org/par- ents. The website also offers help- ful resources such as tips on choosing child care, information about child development, child care assistance that is available to help many working families with the cost of child care as well as other information. Parents are their children’s first teachers. Agency partners at PCAND and the NDSU Extension Service The Turtle Mountain Reusing Authority is seeking qualified individuals/continues to conduct construction rehabilitation work. Unit Rehah.VU-2021 will consist of to units requiring various stages of rehab. This scope of work will outline typical items to be repaired or rcploeed in order to bring the union to standard living condition. In order to bid the project. a representative of the prospective bidch must be available for a project wallahmugh on June 3'“, 202]. A sequence of coon-act waucthmugh will be provided to connectors requesting bid packets. Bids will consist of 2 units each; with eight (8) groups of two (2) units hid under this solicitation. If: contractor hid: more than one group, contractor is required to provide proof of capacity to complete work within TMfiA’s designated time frame for a potential contract. Bid Closing date is NO LATER THAN 1:00 pm. on JUNE 10’“, 2021. For more information, or to request a bid package, please contact: Alex JR. Davis at (701) 278—2185; or email: adav' when in .net Or Jodclle Keplin at (701) 953-8150; or email: jmkeplinmhgusing not helpful information and training op- portunities for parents and other care- givers. Details can be found on their websites: www.pcand.org and https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/pen. Friday Saturday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Sunday Mostly Cloudy Partly Cloudy High: 6] Low: 37 High: 62 Low:4l High: 64 Low: 44 High: 60 Low: 38 High: 63 Low: 43 Regional Temperatures Partly Cloudy Few Showers Few Showers Mostly Cloudy Few Showers High: 64 Low: 42 High: 59 Low: 39 ln—Depth Local Forecast N orlh Dakota South Dakota Today we will see mostly cloudy skies with a Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Wednesday 40% chance of showers. high temperature of 61‘, C_it_y Hi/Lo [Ii/Lo fly Hi/Lo LN} Hi/Lo & humidity of 53%. West northwest wind l8 to 21 Bismarck . . . . . 70/44 pc 69/48 pr; Aberdeen. . . . . 77/47 5 74/50 pc mPh- Thc record high temperature for today is 87‘» Boltincz1t1..... 63/39 sh 65/43 pc Rapid City. . .. 70/49 5 73/52 I SCI in l977. Expect partly cloudy skies tonight Devils Lake .. 67/41 sh 65/45 pc Sioux Falls 80/53 5 77/55 pc with a 40% chance of showers. overnight low of Dickinson 68/4l pc 69/45 sh 37°. East wind 9 to 18 mph. The wind chill for Fargo . . . . . . . . 74/47 x 69/49 pc Montana tonight could reach 34". The record low for Grand Forks .. 71/42 sh 66/44 pc BimngS -- 71/47 1": 73/48 5h. tonight is 30° set in' [905. Jamestown 7l/44 o 67/47 pc ‘ . . Minot . . . . . . .. (17/40 Eh 66/45 pc D anesom LOCEI UV Index j I uluth . . . . . .. 73/50 sh 61/42 pc Rugby ' ‘ ' ' (“m “" 64/44 pf Minneapolis 81/57 1 74/51 s Williston ..... 67/42 sh 66/46 sh ‘ ’ ' H ‘ i ‘ « .1 . Vwikgfix Weathgflix); t‘l/tzloudy; ll/l'lurrics'. 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