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June 2. 2014 The Star Page 7 Students, staff and teachers walk for fife Students and staff from the Belcourt Middle School came together last week for an annual Relay For Life event. Although this year&apos;s total didn't match or exceed the record amount from i a year ago, the students still raised a significant chuck of change. A total of $15,042 was raised this year and will be donated to the American f" 4 • Cancer Society. Last year over $20,000 was collected, which was a record for mri RELAY • the event that began in 2008. I1 I:t'hll I I1:1= Students in grades six through eight participated, and raised funds through  concessions, pizza sales and other fundraising efforts. mf Cancer survivor Barbara Bruce, inset at left, was this year's guest speaker. TMCMS holds graduation ceremonies The Turtle Mountain Community Middle School had its graduation ceremony on Friday evening and this year, 91 students from TMCMS re- ceived their diplomas and will now enter high school next fall. There was an ocean theme this year and all of the students Will now sail to new horizons that await them in high school. On the stage for the ceremonial speeches were school board officials, administrators and honor students. Three honor students were se- lected to speak on stage and address their fellow TMCMS graduates and the many family members in atten- dance. Elizabeth Falcon, Russ Parisien and Alex Parker all gave words of encouragement to the stu- dents and gratitude to teachers and families in their time at the micro- phone,,Tl,ymnasium att<L stag, wa dcoated 3vJJ.h.co amms i from the sea and the dheme;f_;the: year was "Under the Sea". The three recipients of the :Darrell GannereUi Memorial Award this year were Russ Parisien, Anita Rose LaRocqq e and Amber Belgarde. Re- ceiving tiaeMary DesJarlais Memo- rial Award were Jamison Herman and D'Naye DesJarlais. TMCMS staff member Brenda Poitra noted that the students all worked very hard through the year and all of the administration are very proud of the middle school graduates. TMCMS Principal Louis Dauphi- nais gave an emotional speech and told the students that h'e "loved them all". The event was a memorable for all of them, Dauphinais stated. NORTH DAKOTA LOTTERY TICKETS AVAILABLE AT 1-STOP MARKET!! Morl:t 5 Following are the closing market prices according to Rolla Coop Grain on 5-29-14. Spring Wheat. ....  ...... $6.17 Durum ............... $7.00 Feed Barley ........... $3.20 Oats ................. $3.00 Soybeans ........... $12.81 Corn ................. $2.93 Winter Wheat., ':.  ..... $5.78 Canola .............. $19.25 Elizabeth Falcon spoke at the TMCMS graduation ceremony. Idon Moors for Rolette County Commissioner I ask for your continued support in the fall election. (Paid for by Eldon Moors) Wolford • Phone 583-2843 Jaime and Nathan will be cooking STEAKS Fridays and Saturdays 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Ribeye: $18 • Tenderloin: $22 This summer, ,e your own boss! Turn your ideas.into businesses o Create akid-run community Discover biz uses for iPads & smart phones Become a hometown leader! To register, contact: barry@ndyeep.net or visit www, NDYEEP.net Teachers: Join the entrepreneurial action & earn 2 continuing ed credits! Property owners also better be ready to mow their lawns. Murphy said the city officials will be out this month to determine which properties need improvements, or mowed. Se- lected properties will then be receiv- ing a letter. Failure to comply with the city's request will result in either a fine, or the city will mow the lot and the property owner will be billed. The city is still looking to fill a couple of vacant positions. Murphy indicated a caretaker is still needed for the Rolla Cemetery and the city is still looking to hire a building inspector. Lastly, the city, and everyone in the state, is gearing up for this year's Project (Continued from Page 1) election, set for June 10. The unusual bit of news surrounding this year's city election is every single seat on the council, including the mayor, is up for re-election. Polls will open at 9 a.m. and voting will go until 7 p.m. you for your prayers,  and visits during my illness. . Bdl AII We offer 3 grades of gasoline, diesel fuel & propane cylinder change. HIGHWAY 5 WEST BELCOURT, ND PHONE 477-8005 Open: Monday thru Saturday: 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. Sunday 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. WE HONOR USDA FOOD STAMPS, DAKOTA EBT & WlC "snareSSAik 1 . Frito Lay- ..5 oz. i,00$399 • ,,iiii,,tt i00,cn,Ps $2 99 100002/$5 Gold'n ,',um.jv.o,j[l k 00;H499 Bar-S - 3 lb. box $499 CORN DOGS .................. John Morrell 7-12 oz. s.us.o,o..s 4/s5 OR LINKS ............... ...... Hot House $1 29 TOMATOES ................ lb. Sugar Snap- 8 oz. $249 PEAS ............................... Crystal Farms 6.8 oz. Shredded $24 9 CHUNK CHEESE ......... KIWI ........................ ea. 5/s3 Sunnybrook- 18 pack large €q29 EGGS ............................. Jolly Time Microwave 9-10.5 oz. 00];00iiN00i00H i , POPCORN 4155 $199 Kemp's Assti 6 pk. $399 Hunt's 35 oz. SUNDAE CONES ...... KETCHUP ,bby's Maple Fried 6 pk. CINNAMON ROLLS .... '3_,j75 $199 Abby's Sour Glazed 6 pk. , a,lll.Cll DONUTS _,....,,, .......... "L-" Famous Dave,s 12-20 oz. MARINADE, $219 BBQ SAUCE ................ Hunt's Snack Pack 4 pk. $1 29 Banquet 6.75-10.25 oz. PUDDING ..................... TV Hunt's 24 oz, 1 I_’J SPAGHETTI SAUCE .... IPI" DINNERS ..oloz CAKE MIX ................ i .... 4155 Hy-Top-2ct, $229 41S5 ,2,, PIE CRUST .................... MAYONNAISE . Asst. Bird's Eye 8-16 oz. Im  A- Hy-Top 5 oz. Chunk Light $tl$j) VEOETAB'ES ............. 3/s5 /00il/TUNA ............ ".'., ......... , q.. dl Ipo -- Kool Aid 10 pk. l 1526001 II 2155 SALE PRICES GOOD JU--NE  OVER 350 ITEMS ON SALE EVERY WEEK! JUNE 2 THROUGH JUNE 6 • MONDAY: ................................... Chicken Spaghetti • Pork Roast • TUESDAY: ............................................................. Ham • Meatloaf • WEDNESDAY: .................................. Enchiladas • Salisbury Steak • THURSDAY: ........................................ Pork Chops • Seafood Basket • FRIDAY: .................................... BBQ Ribs • Country Fried Steak Also Available EVERY DAY: Breakfast • Rotisserie & Fried Chicken Drummies Corn Dogs Soup Mini Tacos • Nachos & Cheese Asst. Sides • Dinner & Dessert • Salads • Individual Homemade Desserts • Take & Bake Pizzas