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Page 6June 2, 2014 The Star FRIENDS AND NEIGHBO S St. John School honor roll St. John School has announced its fourth quarter honor roll for school year 2013-14. Seniors: A honor roll: Shelby Campbell, Avan Chavez, Krystne Davis, Cheyenne Defender, Averill DeMers, Shilynn Desjarlais, Kylie Henry, Kelsey Kakela, Amy Langan, Marissa Llanes, Joseph Mickelson, Jacob Rondeau and Cole Thibert. B honor roll: Cole Frederick, Sean Jay, Bridget Langan, Kiefer Langan, Tanner Langan, Deseire Poitra, Sta- cia Poitra and Kathleen Turcotte. Juniors: A honor roll: Taren Braunberger, Andrew Hanretty and Taylor St. Germaine. B honor roll: Seth Delorme and Kourtney Fleet- wood. Sophomores: A honor roll: Samantha Bercier, Santana Desjar- lais, Brian Gladue, Della Houle, Braylee Malaterre, Kylene Martell, Alaynna Morin, McKenzie Rondeau and Riley Thibert. B honor roll: Sha- nia Bercier, Hailey Fitzgerald, Kami Fleetwood, Clayton Gustafson, Denae Homing, Leighton Jeannotte, Gabrielle Lassonde, Shelby Leonard, Destiny Parisien, Cole Poitra, Jacquesynn Reed, and Myria Vondall. Freshmen: A honor roll: Capri Rham and Kayla Vallie. B honor roll: Jorja Allery, Abby Anderson, Kennedy Cruz, Barry DeCoteau, Teashah Demery, James Hodell, Skyler Lassonde, Tanner Schroeder and Cole Slater. St. John School Middle School has announced its fourth quarter honor roll for school year 2013=14. Eighth grade: A honor roll: Joce- lyn Braunberger, Brian Gable, Re- becca Leonard, Kyler McGillis and Dalton Prouty. B honor roll: Gary Bercier, Hannah Brien, Kaitlyn Ha- jicek, Robert Herman, Kim Hodell, Marisela Madrid, Mhaddie Poitra and Luke Wilkie. Seventh grade: A honor roll: Lyle Lunday and Lexie Thibert. B honor roll: Brodie Abrahamson, Jeremy Blue, Dennis Bruce, Lance Jay, Catherine Kral, Kalib LaRocque, Gavin Parisien and Dawson Schroeder. Sixth grade: A honor roll: Zachary Anderson, Hannah Leonard and Shayla Zaste. B honor roll: Dale Boe, John Lunday, Bernadette Madrid, Braiden Poitra and Ariel Wilkie. State's driver's licenses getting a new look The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) will begin issuing a driver's license with a new look and enhanced security features this week. The license will have a new color in the background with updated fraud security features to protect against identity theft. These added features include machine- readable technology, improved print- ing, image overlap, and enhanced laminate. The features greatly reduce the possibility of a third party coun- terfeiting the license. The licenses will begin being is- sued in Bismarck as part of the reg- ular renewal process. Other drivers license sites throughout the state will begin issuing the new licenses later this spring and summer. Residents will NOT need to renew current li- censes until the expiration date on your current driver's license. The change is effective for all types of driver's licenses including, minor driver's license, permits, identifica- tion cards, etc. No additional re- newal costs will be applied. Driver's license information along with site locations can be found by going to sions/driverslicense/docs/Dri- vers%20Lic%20Sites.pdf Rolla students recently participated in the North Dakota Science Olympiad and brought home several high finishes. Front row, left to right, are: Miranda Wishart, Grayson Marty, Austin Rinas and Devin Poitra. Back row, left to right, are: Jacob Loing, Karson Schoening, Tyler Welander, Brenna Jacobsen, Logan Leas, Mary Jo Guilbert and Alli Vandal. Not pictured: Jacie Boe and Carly Boe. Rolla students shine at state science competition Fifteen students from Rolla par- ticipated in the Science Olympiad held at Dakota College at Bottineau and qualified for the state competi- tion which was held on April 26. The Olympiad is a collection of competitive events ranging from ecology and planet dynamics to chemistry and physics labs. Some students build structures to see how much weight they can sup- port and others made a falling-mass powered vehicle that had to travel forwards and automatically stop. Students worked on cell biology and on technical communications, prob- lem solving and sensing. This is a great way to get kids to apply their knowledge in an enjoy- able way to perform certain tasks or identify substances and make deci- sions based on their observations. The team placed second and quali- fied for the state meet. Team members are Austin Rinas, Jacie Boe, Grayson Marty, Devin Poitra, Mary Jo Guilbert, Miranda Wishart, Tyler Welander, Brenna Ja- cobsen, Logan Leas, Carly Boe, Alll Vandal, Karson Schoening and Jacob Loing. Top award winners were: First place in Dynamic Planet: Jacob Loing and Karson Schoening, Second place in Chemistry Lab: Logan Leas and Brenna Jacobsen, Second place in Bungee Drop: Austin Rinas and Tyler Welander. Second place in Water Quality: Miranda Wishart and Devin Poitra. Second place in Write It, Do It; Jacie Boe and Mary Jo Guilbert, Third Place in Anatomy and Physiology: Jacie Boe and Grayson Marty. Third Place in Boomilever: Austin Rinas and Tyler Welander. Third Place in Disease Detec- tives: Grayson Marty and Miranda Wishart. Third Place in Elastic Launch Glider: Brenna Jacobesen and Carly Boe Third Place in Rocks and Min- erals: Logan Leas and Carly Boe. Third Place in Scrambler: Devin Poitra and Grayson Marty. At the state competition, the Write-It Do-It team placed second and the Materials Science Team of Mary Jo Guilbert and Miranda Wishart also took home second place. Placing fifth was the iology team as well as the Scrambler, this time with Alli Vandal helping Devin Poitra out. This was a great learning experi- ence for all the participants and we would like to congratulate them all for the participation-and their success at regionals and at state! Hi, my name is Ervin L. Charette. I am a Candidate for the Rolette County Sheriff Position. I am an experienced law enforcement officer who has served for five years at the Rolette County Sheriff's Office, as a correctional officer for two years and currently as a deputy for three years. I served our country for 22 years, starting in the Marine Corps in 1991. When I received an honorable discharge, I began serving in the North Dakota National Guard. I completed serving our state and nation in 2013. I earned my Bachelor's of Science in business management and have over 12 years of experience as a business manager. With my experience as a business manager and from my military and law enforcement careers, I have the capabilities, the dedication, the loyalty and the experience necessary to be sheriff of Rolette County. I would be honored and appreciative of your support to be elected for Rolette County Sheriff. Thank you, Ervin L. Charette (Paid for by Ervin Charette) Three great land offerings from Towner County, North Dakota - All sales include land with good soils, base acres, yields, rolling topographies & well maintained. Parcel 1:SW Sec 5-158N-68W, Zion Twsp FSA Cropland Acres: 148.05 Soil Productivity Index: 69 2013 RE. Taxes: $1,026.74 No Wetland Easement or 2015 Contract for both parcels! Both parcels are contiguous w county road between them Parcel 2:NW Sec 8-t58N-68W, Zion Twsp Deeded Acres: 160 +/- FSA Cropland Acres: 154.53 Soil Productivit,2 Index: 73.1 2013 RE Taxes: $1,039.82 Both parcels are 11 m W, 3 m N & 1/2 m W of Cando, ND Thursday, June 5 H olwell Auditorium at the Bottineau High School Random drawing Must be present to win! North Central Electric Cooperative Your Local Touchstone Energy" Cooperatives The power 4 human connecaons 538 1 lth Street West, Bottineau, ND 58318 (701 ) 228-2202 1-800-247-1197 Fax (701) 228-2592 E-mail: