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June 2, 2014 The Star Page 3 Regional DUI task force begins crackdown Beginning on June 1, expect to see additional law en- forcement officers on local roadways. Several North Dakota law enforcement agencies across the state will be increasing visibility in a continuing effort to end impaired driving. The Northeast Devils Lake Regional DUI Task Force will provide additional law enforcement presence on rural, city and state roads throughout the region for the entire month of June. "During our last enforcement period held in March, we made 15 total citations and arrests in the Northeast Devils Lake region," said Chief Keith Schroeder, of the Devils Lake Police Department. "This number of con- tacts shows that impaired driving is still a major issue in our area." Impaired driving is defined as motorists who operate a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, legal or illegal drugs. Law enforcement officials stress that any use of alcohol or drugs can affect a motorist's driving ability. Often motorists don't acknowledge their impaired state until they are far beyond the point of safely operat- ing a motor vehicle. Law enforcement officials believe that any fatality due to impaired driving is too many and officers encourage motorists to designate a driver if they plan to drink alco- hol. They also suggest closely observing warning labels on prescription medications, as many prescriptions can alter judgment and motor skills, and result in dangerous impaired driving. The success of past enforcement campaigns encour- ages the Northeast Devils Lake Regional DUI Task Force to continue their work to keep North Dakota drivers safe. The DUI Task Force began on October 1,2010 in order to take significant steps towards reducing alcohol-related crashes and fatalities across the state. Nearly eighty per- cent of all law enforcement agencies currently participate in the DUI Task Force across North Dakota. Funding for this enhanced enforcement is provided through the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT). Rolla High School honor roll Rolla High School has announced its fourth quarter honor roll for school year 2013-14. Seniors: A honor roll: Jacie Boe, Brieanna Bonn, Caitlin Good, Mary Jo Guilbert, Samantha Hoselton, Grayson Marty, Trenton McCloud, Ethan Mickelson, Bryjett Nordmark, Austin Rinas, ,Tyler Welander and Miranda Wishart. B honor roll: Janessa Bonn, Delisha Bums, Bran- don Held, Justin Huseth, Channing Mears, Devon Poitra, Bryce Swen- Brooke Tuttle and Haylie Handeland, both sixth graders at Dunseith Elementary School, were the W01f0rd School winners ofthe annual bike give away contest sponsored by Wayne's Food Pride. Kris Barbot, far left, was on hand to award the girls and their parents for their efforts, announces Wayne's Food Pride awards honor students bikes to Dunseith students Senior Citizens, Chiptronics, Inc and Benchmark Corpo- ration employees, and the many private citizens who saved labels for our school. The money raised has been used to purchase books, book bags, prizes for Word of the Week and Students of the Month, and help with our Playground Makeover. Anyone interested in donating labels to the Dunseith Public School can drop them off at the Elementary School Office or mail them to the school using the foh lowing .address: Dunseith Elementary School,Attn: Kim Marion, PO Box 789, Dunseith ND, 58329. The school saves Labels for Learning (Our Family Bar Codes), La- bels for Education (Campbell Soup and other products bar codes) and Box Tops for Education. Wolford Public School has an- nounced its Honor Rolls for its fourth quarter for the 2013-2014 school year. A * denotes a 4.00 Grade Point Average. Students named to the A Honor Roll were: seniors, Alyssa Graber and Tonya Slaubaugh*; juniors, Rylan Graber and Devon Olson; sophomores, Madison Marchus and Hannah Walsh; seventh grader, Susan Slaubaugh; sixth graders, Kaitlin Slaubaugh and Cody Yoder; and fifth grader, Sierra Tofte. Students named to the B Honor Roll were: senior, Josh Morrow; freshman, Dillon Slaubaugh; eighth grader, Justin Yoder; seventh graders, Koby Marchus and Kyle Yoder; and fifth grader, Ashton Wendland. The 2013-2014 school year marks the eighth anniver- sary of Dunseith Elementary School students saving Our Family Labels for Learning in hopes of winning a bike donated by Wayne's Food Pride of Dunseith. This year the giveaway took place on sixth grade's Nerd Day and the winners were two sixth grade girls, Brooke Tuttle, who saved 1,418 labels, and Haylie Han-. deland, whoaVed 10t7 labels. Collectively, 95 students aved: ai totalof__g07fiqabes;i this earned the school $403.75. Everyone enjoyed a pizza party paid forby the money earned saving Labels for Learning. This was followed by. a delicious cake, compliments of Wayne's Food Pride. The students and school are grateful to the Dunseith Public health board throws support behind schools The CDC in its "Best Practices for Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs" recommends implement- ing Comprehensive Tobacco Free School Policies to prevent tobacco use initiation. Rolette County Board of Health encourages all Rolette county school boards to adopt and enforce a Com- prehensive Tobacco Free School Pol- icy. Such action will be a health ben- efit to the students, staff and to vis- itors/guests at the individual schools. If you have any questions or con- cerns, please call Rolette County Public Health at 477-5646. I--IllflJ "t'C3II.JI:IF /-IDF---'---- TC]IDAY Rolette County Public Health Board recently passed a resolution in support of Comprehensive Tobacco Free School Policies. Tobacco use is the leading pre- ventable cause of death and disease in the U.S. and in North Dakota. According to the Centers for Dis- ease Control and Prevention (CDC), 90 percent of adult tobacco users re- port starting before the age of 18 and each day 3,200 young people in the U.S. try smoking for the first time. The North Dakota Youth Risk Be- havior Survey reported that, in 2013, 19 percent of North Dakota's high school students were current smok- ers and 13.8 percent were current spit tobacco users; both of which are near or above adult use rates in North Dakota. The good news is that the major- ity of youth do not use tobacco prod- ucts, and students themselves are a great resource for changing social norms around tobacco use and fos- tering a tobacco-free culture within schools and community. PRAIRIE Power Center 606 Main Ave. W. Rolla 477-3036 Two Days ONLY! Friday ~ June Saturday ~ June The following cases were dis- posed of in Rolette County District Court. The dollar amount listed includes bond forfeiture and ad- ministrative fees paid. Driving while license privilege is suspended Juan J. Alvarez, 23, Fargo, $225, sentenced to county jail for 10 days with six days, suspended, placed on unsupervised probation for 18 months. Robert J. Keplin, 44, Belcourt, $225, sentenced to county jail for 30 days with 25 days suspended and five days credit for time served, placed on unsupervised probation for two years. False reports to law enforcement or other security officials Levi J. Delonais, 26, Belcourt, $300, sentenced to county jail for 30 days with 29 days suspended and one day of credit for time served, placed on unsupervised probation for two years. son and Kiana Thomas. Juniors: A honor roll: Carly Boe, Brenna Jacobsen and Logan Leas. B honor roll: Keaton Graber, Carly Hendrickson, Julie Lund, Brooke Meyer, Bree Mickelson, Hope Neufeld, Hayley Turner, Alli Vandal and Colten Wilkes. Sophomores: A honor roll: Jacob Loing and Karson Schoening. B honor roll: Ashley Welander. Freshmen: A honor roll: Alex Abrahamson, Garrett Munro, Samantha Nordmark, Randy Peter- son and Xavier Wuori. B honor roll: Brody Cahill, Sarah Hendrickson, Brandon Lalim, Jared Loing and Jensen Moberg. Eighth grade: A honor roll: Billie Lentz. B honor roll: Brianna Bums, Jamel Canapi, Michael Kurtti and Hunter Lindbo. Seventh grade: A honor roll: ShaAnn Danelson, Emma Mitchell and Grant Munro. B honor roll: Ethan Turner. Join us for a fun and exciting week of Bible School atRoUa Presbyterian Church June 2 through June5 from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Bring a sack supper! golden l00ule'a % On Absolutely Everything in Both Stores/ STORE HOURS Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Rolla: 477-3891 Boltineau: 228-2970 ; ,  l I '' I l i 108 Main Ave., Rolla. 502 Main St., Bottineau