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June 2, 2014 The Star Page 15 Belcourt wrestler Waylon DeCoteau, left, finished in fourth place at the Northern Plains Junior Regional Wrestling Tournament in Iowa. He battled with some of the nation's top wrestlers in preparation for this summer's national tournaments. 00Belcourt wrestler stays sharp by taking on nation's best On May 8 through 10, Waylon DeCoteau and his coach and father, Jerome DeCoteau, traveled to Water- loo, Iowa, to compete in the North- ern Plains Junior Regional Wrestling Tournament. The tournament is open to anyone in the Junior Division who seeks to qualify for the ASICS/Junior National Championship, which will be held in Fargo during July. Waylon participated in the tourna- ment after placing as the North Dakota High School state runner-up during the school year. According to Coach DeCoteau, Waylon has been competing since February in order to better himself as a wrestler. In April, Waylon traveled to Iowa to compete in the ASICS Folkstyle Nationals tournament and walked away just one match short of llacing. After training with Coach De- Coteau and Coach Travis LaRocque, Waylon traveled to Iowa again to compete in Freestyle and Greco- Roman. Deer gun application North Dakota deer hunters are re- minded the deadline for submitting applications for the 2014 gun season is June 4. Hunters are encouraged to apply online at the State Game and Fish Department website, gf.nd.gov. The deadline applies to muzzle- loader, regular gun, gratis and non- resident landowner, and youth antlered mule deer applications (specifically for antlered mule deer in units 3B1,3B2, and 4A-4F). Gratis applications received on or before the regular deer gun lottery application deadline (June 4) will be issued an any-legal-deer license. As per state law, applications received after the deadline will be issued based on licenses remaining after the lottery - generally only antlerless li- censes remain. A new state law requires residents age 18 or older to prove residency on the application by submitting a valid North Dakota driver's license num- Threat ef,00 .... in state waters cor0000inues Outdoor water recreationists are once again reminded to help prevent the introduction and spread of aquatic nuisance species (ANS) in North Dakota. State Game and Fish Department ANS Coordinator Fred Ryckman said there are more than 400 recreational fishing waters across the state, making it imperative for watercraft owners to obey regulations. "Freestyle and Greco-Roman are Waylon's favorite styles by far be- cause of his skills in upper-body and throwing," said Coach DeCoteau. "The new rules also award the wrestler who takes risks and tries throwing." According to Coach DeCoteau, the tournament was tough and the competition stiff. During the tourna- ment, Waylon was one match away from placing in Greco-Roman and battled it out to take fourth in Freestyle. "He should have won his last match, but was happy to take fourth with the competition he faced," Coach DeCoteau said. Coach DeCoteau stated that the Junior Regional was good experience in preparation for the USA Wrestling Junior National Dual Tournament coming in June and the ASCIS Junior National Championships in Fargo this July. "We taped all the matches, to deadline is this week ber or a North Dakota nondriver this information. photo identification number. Appli- The deadline for regular statewide cations will not be processed without youth deer licenses is September 1. study and make some adjustments before Junior Duals," Coach De- Coteau said. "After that tournament, we will do the same for Fargo. At this phase of the game, it's not about win- ning every match; it's all about im- proving and fixing mistakes." JOB OPENINGS The Dunseith Public School Athletic Department has the following job openings until filled: Assistant Boys' Basketball Coaches "=!(2 positions) Assistant Volleyball Coach Assistant Football Coach If interested, please submit a letter to the Dunseith School District, PO Box 789, Dunseith, ND 58329, or contact Mr. Eric Morin at (701) 244-0135. Be nice at boat ramps Boaters are reminded to exercise patience and plan accordingly when heading to a lake or river this summer. The North Dakota Game and Fish Department receives a number of complaints every year about overly aggressive behavior at boat ramps. A few simple reminders will help en- sure a fluent transition when launch- ing and loading a boat. Launching Don't pull onto the ramp until your boat is ready to launch. Prepare for launching in the parking area. Remove covers, load equipment, remove tie downs, attach lines and put in the drain plug before backing onto the ramp. When ready, pull into line to launch. Wait your turn. Be courteous. It takes at least two people to ef- ficiently and courteously launch a boat: one to handle the boat and one to take care of the tow vehicle. Loading Don't block the loading area with your boat until your tow vehicle is ready to load. Wait until you are clear of the launch area to unload gear. As soon as your trailer is in the water, load and secure your boat to the trailer. Remove boat and trailer from the water as quickly as possible. Get clear of the ramp. Pull into the parking:area to finish securing your boat and unload gear. Rolette Basketball \\; 2 to 5 p.m. for grades 3-6 6 to 9 p.m. for grades 7.12 Awards will  given  rmance Jason Heinz and WayneJohnson Tpre'registerrfrmleinfrmatin' I "It is the same message year after year, but that just shows how important " [-" ............................................ " ...... 1 it is to keep our waterways free of unwanted species, Ryckman said. "Full public participation and compliance is critical if we want to ensure ANS is not transferred from one lake to another." Attention Hunters II Current law states all water must be drained from watercraft prior to leav- II inga water body, including livewells. This means fish, including bait, cannot ! ! be transported in a livewell containing water. However, bait buckets and/or I i any container of five gallons or less in volume can be used to transport legal ! live baitfish or other bait in water. All other fish species may not be held in I water and/or transported in bait buckets/containers when away from a water I I I body. Transportation of fish in or on ice is allowed. In addition, no aquatic vegetation, or parts thereof, shall be in or on wa- I ' ThedeadlineforoffesBismatckofficeisJune4, 2014. I tercraft, motors , trailers and recreational equipment when out of water.Time I CLOSES AREAS RESTRICTIONS -- General Information I out of the water needed to remove aquatic vegetation at the immediate water ! l I Residents- Any deer is legal ..... pt anberlees mu,e door Resident deei bow licenses are issued by the Department's I access area is allowed. | Bismarck office, through the Department's wepsite, or by calling ! I I I in units 3B1, 3B2, 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E and 4F. 1-800-406-6409. All built-in structures to boats, including livewells and bait compartments : noon) I January 4 J I Nonresidents- Restricted to species of deer described on Nonresident general deer bow licenses (for white-tailed deer) and containers (bait buckets) used to transport legal live bait, must also be I J J license. Anderless mule deer may not be taken in units are issued by the Department's Bismarck office, through the Exception- See information on Spec,al Herd ...... Reduct,on Deer be''" : asons. , 3rBlng3eB2;olhAin4Br.e4Cu,r4edDo4El,lod:hFuNtOrtnrreSictions. Department's webs,e, or by calling 1-800-406-6409. I I Nonresident any deer bow licanses (which include mule deer) : free of aquatic vegetation. J I [ I regular gun season. ' are issued by lottery only from the Department's Bismarck office. " I I I I Restricted to type of deer and unit described on license. Type Deer gun and muzzleloeder licenses are issued by a waight(l I I 16 1/9 n=,,, ..... I I I of deer includes species and wbeth .... tied ....... tiered Iottery procadure through the Department's Bismarck office. I I DEER GUN I "," "."':':" . J ..... I .... I (at least one visible antler). Antlerless mule deer may not be - i . . I I I I ,a e in units 3B,,3B2 ...... Resident gratis and nonresident landowner, and youth deer licenses are issued through the Department's Bismarck office. I I / ] Note exception for white-tailed deer hunters in units 4B, J J I J 4C, 4D and 4E. There are separate applications for 12 and 13 year olds, youth deer, resident gratis and nonresident landowner, deer gun, and j : I [ I [ Orange ctothing required, muzzleloeder licenses. II I | I | l Restricted 1o white-tailed deer only and type of deer . Applications are available from county auditors, license i I MUZZLELOADER / November 28 (12:00 noon) | December 14 I Statewide I descnbed on license. No unit restrictions, vendors and the Department. The deadline for submitting I applications to the DelNrtment's Bismarck office is I / J I Orange ctthing required" June 4, 2014. J I 1 I 12 & 13 year olds- Antledess white-tailed deer only. Resident deer bow license holders may take and possess one I / / I 14 & 15 year olds - Any deer is legal except antlebess mule deer of any type per season except for antlerless mule deer in units II II !/ l/ II deer in units 3B1, 3B2, 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E and 4F. In units required to hunt antlered mule deer. I I 3B1, 3B2, 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E and 4F; and except as desonbed ........... I ^ I l I 3B1, 3B2, 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E and 4F a special license is YuutrlU-PH beptember19 (12:00 noon) / September28 / Statewide for the special herd reduction beer seasons. I Thin Housing Authority, T.D.H.E. I I I ' I / J No unit restdctions except those possessing the special antlered . Nonresidant deer bow licanse holders may take and possess one II J J J J mule deer license must hunt in their unit the entire season, deer of the type described on their license. Antledess mule deer J he following Project. J ' J / J Oraegedothiegrequired. may not be taken in units 381, 3B2, 4A, 4B, 4e, 4D, 4Eand4F. Deer gun license holders fey tW,e and possess one der of HOURS OF HUNTING are one-half (1/2) hour before sunrise to one-half (1/2) hour after sunset except when season opens as noted above. Hunters must the type descnbed on their license. Antlerless mule deer may 1 cease any hunting activity, leave any stand or blind, and must be in the process of leaving the field at the close of shooting hours (one-half (1/2) hour after not be taken in units 3B1, 3[32, 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E and'4F. i I Th all laborand Material. I : sunset). All season openers are Central Time. I Than be picked up at the TMHA I Muzzleloader license holders may take and possess one I I M "jarlais. Each scope of I ii ummary of Changes from Last Year  white-tailed deer of the type described on their licanse. Residents ages 12 and 13 hunting during the youth deer season may take and possess one antledess white-tailed deer. I ments for bidding pro- I I The 2014 North Dakota deer hunting season will feature 48,000 licenses, Centerflre rifles of .50 caliber or larger using smokeless powder with a case .Youth deer Season license holders ages 14 and 15 may I which is 11,500 fewer than in 2013 and the lowest number since 1980. Again. lenQth of areeter than 3 5 inches are orohibited | I I - - - take and possess one deer of any species, sex or age except I license for the aun season ,[ iS ,legal m use a, types OT aircran, mcmamg arones, for spomng  ....... antlerless mule deer in units 3B1, 3B2.4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E and I cedures _ _ I aco ....... t .... on will not be held this year and hunters are allowed only one ..... " ........ ". .."  ..... " hours prior to and during the hunting season. 4F. In units 3B1, 3B2, 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E and 4F a special I 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E and 4F. Ths restr ct on app es to regu ar gun, bow, grat sl The use of night vision equipment, electronically enhanced light gatheri.ng optics license is required to hunt antlered mule deer. I ent of Shingles at Home / I I Again, no antledess mule deer li ....... e available in hunting units 3B1 3B2 li. A new law (HBl1611 requires that any resident aqe 18 or older submit a The 2013 legislative session established and set new hunting and fishing may take and possess one deer of the type desoribed on their I I OS attered Rental sites I andyouth licenses or thermal imaging equit forlocatmg or huntJngg ..... proh,b,ted * Resident gratis-and nonresident landowner license hol@rs .... hcerlse fees Many hcense fees (including deer) have increased I TERO egulation will apply / valid ND dri .... license number or ND nondriver-photo ID number when " " , license. Antledess mule deer wty not be taken in units 3B1, applying for a license. Failure to include this on the application will result 3B2, 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E and 4F. I A, cations available at / ii in the entire applicion being rejected and retumed to sender, MarCh" Used primary tags shail remain with the antlers r head unti131, 2015. Used carcass tags shall remain with the meat I J TMHA. _ / until March 31, 2015 or until meat is consumed, i I ENCE WILL APPLY FOR THIS / : w"H'''"  ,=,= I I PROJECT ....... / ,:,.. (.*-,-  =,,: *, .., de-' i Whltudted deer   for unlts 40 lad 4E I Bd and punched in by ! :00 / 'i gUnmusthuntlnthebmzltlortheflrst3.1/2daysSeason lrorbothunlts. l I I I t the TMHA Ma'm Office. J t (,o*--,-m.*- I Plain Office clock time. / 'i l l I BII e at 2.'00 p.m. Date June 6,1 ii I I' 2014 ain Office. ,,o, g'u"-"n-. /" bedeterminedbytheCityofFargo Hunt .... hodesiretohun, within the city lirnits o1"" -- im m of 25 ...... its " , w hnt " I I F on a scope of work please / " I at (701)477-5673. / : perrnithold ...... first .... first .... dbasis. - ' -- J TMHA ive any informality / II and/or reject any and all bids. J : al SEASON OPENS CLOSES AREAS RESTRICTIONS Summary of Changes from Last Year i