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....,-r..e....m..emmewy -_“.M MAL, .. p.m.“. m. June 21, 2021 VAL—WW V—vv Page Area’s School elections have relatively low turnout The following cases were dis- posed of in Rolette County DiStrict Court. The dollar amount listed in- cludes bond forfeiture and admin- istrative fees paid. Speeding Abby Jean Anderson, 22, Dun- Seithv. XGA, l6, Rolla. Andre Phillip Elick, 18, Rolla. Failure to Wear Seatbelt Abby Jean Anderson, 22, Dun- seith. Driving While License Privilege is Suspended Peter James Laducer, 36, Be]- court, $250, sentenced to jail for 30 days with 26 days suspended. Placed on unsupervised probation for one year. Escape Joshua Lavem Charbonneau, 37, Dunseith, not guilty, dismissed. Aggravated Assault Zachary Joseph Wilkie, 27, Bel— court, $560, sentenced to the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation for five years with 173 days credit for time served, first . serve of 30 months, probation for 30 months. Placed on supervised proba- tion for two years. Reckless Endangerment Zachary Joseph Wilkie, 27, Bel— court, sentenced to the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Re- habilitation for five years with 173 days credit for time served, first serve 30 months, probation 30 months. Placed on supervised probation for two years. Birt Brixley Ann Taylor Lindteigen and Brailey Poitra of Dunseith announce the birth a daughter, Brixley Ann, born on I June‘1‘6,’ 2021": at Quentirr Burdick Memorial Health Care Facility in Belcourt. Brixley weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces. Her grandparents are Roxanne LaRocque and Christopher Lindteigen and Jessica Henry ‘and Brad Poitra, all of Dunseith. Hunter Grae Jacob Fleetwood and Tunisha Azure of Belcourt announce the birth of a son, Hunter Grae, born on June 10, 2021 , at Quentin Burdick Memo— rial Health Care Facility in Belcourt. Hunter weighed 8 pounds, 14.5 ounces. He joins Tyrese, 12, Ryder, 5, and Oakley, 1. His grandparents are Marilyn and David Azure, Sr., and Debbie and Raymond Vondal, all of Belcourt. Serenity Rose Alexis Ashes of Belcourt an- nounces the birth of a daughter, Serenity Rose, born on March 11, 2021, at Quentin Burdick Memorial Health Care Facility in Belcourt. Serenity weighed 8 pounds, .5 ounces. Her grandparents are Kelly Ashes and Adam Ashes. NOTICES A public notice is information informing citizens of government activities that may affect the citizens’ everyday lives. Public notices have been printed in local newspapers, the trusted sources for community information, for more than 200 years. North Dakota newspapers also post public notices that are printed in newspapers on www.ndpublicnotices.com at no additional charge to units of government. on? Voters in Rolette County headed to the polls recently to vote in several area school board elections. The Dunseith School had the biggest turnout in the area with 381 total votes cast. A pair of incumbents, including Gaillord Peltier and Lori A. Davis were seeking another term and both were successful. Peltier won a seat to represent Hillside-Russell Township with 206 votes. Tessie Vallie finished second with 139 votes and Daryl Azure net— 'ted 17Vvotes of support. Davis represents Willow Lake, Gilbert, Holmes Township and re- ceived 308 votes. There were three write-in votes for three separate can— didates and 68 ballots were voided. Although there were no candi- dates on the ballot in Rolette, there was still a total of 37 votes cast. Lori Letvin received the most votes to replace Amy Jo Leonard, who opted to not run again. Letvin received 15 tallies while Barbara Mothershead finished a close second with 13 votes. Even though she was- n’t on the ballot, Leonard still re- ceived eight votes. There were a total of 38 votes in Rolla with every one except a ballot that was voided supporting incum— bent Scott Gailfus. There were only 15 votes in St. John despite having two incumbents running for reelection. Incumbents Bernie Belgarde and Rusty Cain were seeking another term and both were successful. Belgarde netted 15 votes and Cain received 14. Voters in St. John also supported the district publishing school board minutes in the local newspaper by a 13-2 count. All of the totals are unofficial until the respective boards certify the re— sults at regular meetings this week. The election for seats on the Tur— tle Mountain School Board was held a week earlier with 414 total ballots cast. That includes 369 cast on elec— tion day and another 45 absentee bal— lots. Francis Davis received the most votes with 209. Ann Ross finished second with 199 while Jeremy La- ducer received 133 and Kurt Peltier netted 121. Davis and Peltier were the incumbents seeking another term. Council (Continued from Page 1) water leaks, customers not conserving during a drought, warm temperatures and simply very little rainfall. Daily water usage at the plant has risen to nearly 1.4 million gallons per day, which is higher than the average 1.1 mil- lion gallons used per day. In other Rolla city 'news, the police department is expected to be a full force in a couple of weeks. The council moved to hire Animikig Laverdure to fill the vacant sergeant position. The position was created when Arynton Yozamp joined the Rolette County Sheriff’s Department. Laverdure was working for the sheriff’s office prior to joining the Rolla police force. He was hired at a starting salary of $45,000. The council also hired Greg Pinski to fill a position. Rolla Police Chief William Poitra described Pinski as “very well”.qualified. Pinski will also bring a canine drug dog to the community. He was hiredyat a starting salary of $42 ,000. The council also approved requests from the sales tax committee for a variety of projects around town. The first is from the Rolla Park Board for $18,000. The money will be used to develop a playground area in the city park by the swimming pool for toddlers ages 2-5 years old. Another request was for $5,000 to be used by the Rolla Chamber of Commerce for the upcoming Ragtop and another was also from the Park Board. The second request from, the Park Board was for $60,000 over six years to remove and replace lights at the football and baseball field. Work on that project began last week with the existing light poles being taken dOWn. GRACE REALTY LLC MLSe saw gracerealtyllc.com Jessie Mickelson - Broker/Owner 701 477-5800 IMPORTANT MEETING for all Lake Upsilon Property Owners Annual Meeting of Lake Upsilon Recreation Service District and Vote on the Sanitary Sewer Collection and Treatment Improvement Project. June 22, 2021 o 7:00 p.m. St. John School 400 Foussard Ave., St. John, ND Agenda: 0 Call to Order 0 Reading of the Minutes of the Last Annual Meeting. 0 Treasures Report 0 Election of Directors 0 Sanitary Sewer Collection and Treatment Improvement Project (SSCTIP) Update — Brian King, HDR - Vote on the SSCTIP - Other Business 0 Adjournment and Treatment Improvenient Project (SSCTIP) contingent upon a minimum 75% principal forgiveness of the total es- timated project cost. panding the budget. Gustafson also talked about pos- sibly purchasing a water softener for the county jail. An estimate for the device totaled $22,383. “We’re having hard water issues and it’s affecting some plumbing,” Gustafson said. “It would be an in— vestment for the building.” Commissioner Henry LaRocque agreed, saying the county could be on the hook for extra maintenance costs down the road because of hard water. Gustafson briefed the commis-_ sion' about the possibility of in- stalling a padded room in the jail and about some possible vehicle Rolette student receives MSU Moorhead soho Ashley Havig, Rolette, N .D., has received a $1,000 College of Edu- cation & Human Service Scholar- ship from Minnesota State University Moorhead where she is majoring in social work. Ashley is a graduate of Rolette High School. Her parents are Emily Tumey and Larry Thomas. The College of Education & 'Human Service Scholarship is for t f EAT LOCAL. sreun LOCAL. ENJOY LocAL. IT TAKES YOU TO START 'I'I'IE TBEIIO. ’ SUPPORT THE LOCAL BUSINESSES k. WHO SUPPORT THE AREA WHERE YO ‘ LIVE, WORK AND PLAY. We offer 3 grades of gasoline, regular and dyed diesel available and 24-7 pay at the pump option! Sheriff (Continued from Page 1) purchases. Although no action was taken on any of the requests, Gustafson said he would attend a meeting next month and request some decisions on the aforementioned items. In other county news, the board approved two charitable gaming contracts. Both agreements were for Revitalize Rolla. The first was a renewal at the Rolla Country Club and the second was for the Kelvin Klinic. Last month the commission approved the gaming contract for Kelvin Klinc with the Dunseith Betterment Association but Cam Mickelson, of Revitalize Rolla, said the Klinic ex- students whose major is in the Col- lege of Education & Human Serv- ices. Minnesota State University Moorhead is a comprehensive re- gional university offering 150 ma- jors, emphases and options, 12-professional programs, 31 areas of teacher licensure, 40 certificate programs and 15 graduate de- grees. MSU Moorhead is a member e pressed a desire to change the terms and have a contract organization from Rolla. Lastly, the commission agreed to appoint chairman Eldon Moors as a voting representative in an upcom- ing election at Lake Upsilon. The election is set for June 22 and will determine if a new sewer system will be installed. Grants for the project could cover 75 percent of the costs with landowners being charged roughly $154 a month to cover the remaining costs. The commission gets one vote because it owns land at Lake Up- silon and the board expressed sup— port for the potential endeavor. arship of the Minnesota State system. For more information about MSU Moorhead, visit mnstateedu '7 SIIOP LOCAL. f’ EAT LOCAL. ' SPEIIO LOCAL. : After 39 years, Lori Weidemann is now retired from teaching! We're proud of all your accomplishments! Lore your Rolla, Fargo and Texas Families 7éeaaZa/et‘aflc/aaaeedtam/ HIGHWAY 5 WEST 0 BELCOURT, ND PHONE 477-8005 WE HONOR DAKOTA EBT and IMO NORTH DAKOTA LOTTERY TICKETS AVAILABLE AT 1-STOP MARKET!! Asst. PORK Boneless Round Tip AST Farmland Sausage 8-12 oz. ROLLS OR LINKS ....... .. $5 Cloverdale Tangy 28 oz. SUMMER SAUSAGE... $899 Oscar Mayer 12 oz. 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