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Page 12 / A I The Star June 21, 2021 Request for bids ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Project: International Peace Gardens Campus Upgrades Bid Pack #2 Vitko Conservatory Expansion 10939 US-281 Dunseith, ND Bid Date, Time, & Location: Tuesday, June 29, 2021 2:00 PM CDT (Public Opening) Construction Engineers A‘ITN: Lance Morison 200 North 69th Street, Grand Forks, ND 58203 The International Peace Gardens is seeking bids for Bid Pack #2 of the Vitko Conservatory expansion as part of the larger Campus Upgrades project. Bid Pack #2 includes demolition, structural, mechanical, electri- cal, greenhouse, exterior cladding, concrete, building fin- ishes, landscaping, and other building upgrades. Bockstael Construction Limited of Winnipeg, Mani- toba has partnered with Construction Engineers of Grand Forks, North Dakota and will each be accepting bids from both Canada and the United States respec- tively for all trades. The Peace Garden sits on the border of Canada and the United States and you will enter through your respective port of entry. Because you will depart through customs you will need a Passport or government—issued ID with copy of birth certificate. More information can be found at. httpsJ/peacegarden.oom/disoover#preparevisit Construction Engineers is soliciting competitive “Lump Sum Bids" for All Contract Categories. A Pre-bid Meeting will take place June 15, 2021 at 10:30 AM. Attendees will meet in the main atrium of the Conservatory and Interpretive Center located at 10939 US-281, Dunseith, ND 58329. It is non-mandatory and optional for all bidders. Bidding Documents Digital project bidding documents will be available for download on Monday April 26th, 2021. Email TInaH@ConstructionEngineers.com for instructions on how to download a set of bid documents (include the project name in the subject line). You must provide a monitored email address upon request for bid docu- ments. ' An optional paper set of project documents is also available for a nonrefundable price of $200 per set. Please make your check payable to Construction Engi— neers Inc. and send it to Construction Engineers, PO Box 13378, Grand Forks, ND 58208-3378. Contact Con- struction Engineers at 701—792-3200 if you have any questions. (June 7, 14 and 21, 2021) Notice to creditors NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ROLETTE COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, In the Matter of the Estate of MICHAEL G. ROY, Deceased. Probate No. 40<2021-PR-00009 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed personal representative of the above estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within three months after the date of the first publication or mailing of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Marjorie Poitra, personal representative of the estate, at c/o Gibbens Law Office, PO. Box 708, Cando, ND 58324, or filed with the Court. Dated this 11th day of June, 2021. Marjorie Poitra Personal Representative *PO Box 1319 Dunseith, ND 58329 Nathan Gibbens ND License #07111 GIBBENS LAW OFFICE PO. Box 708 4 Cando, ND 58324 Attorney for Estate First publication on the 21st day of June, 2021 (June 21, 28 and July 5, 2021) Public Notice Housing PUUBLIC NOTICE The North Central Planning Council plans to submit a Housing Preservation Grant to the Rural Housing Service, an agency within Rural Development of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Grant funds are to be used to assist rental property owners to repair and rehabilitate very-low and, low-income rental units. The statement of activities for the project will be available for review June 28,2021 until July 13, 2021 at North Central Planning Office 417 5th St NE Devils Lake. Written comments are welcome and must be re- ceived by July 13, 2021 at PO Box 651 Devils Lake, ND 58301. Individuals including non-eninsh speaking individ uals who require accommodations including appropriate auxiliary aids, translated documents or interpreters to participate in the review, should contaCt Sandy Shiver at PO Box 651 417 5th St NE Devils Lake, ND 58301 or sandyncpc@gondtc.com or 701-662-8131 or by calling TI'Y2800-366-6888, Spanish TTY2800-435-8590 or Relay ND Voice 800-366-6889 so appropriate aids can be made available. (June 21, 2021) Rolla City Council ROLLA CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING REGULAR APRIL MEETING Present: Mayor John Hardy, Councilpersons: Blake Gottbreht, Kyle Hardy, Rebecca Albert, Hovi Mitchell, Paula Wilkie, TJ Bergsrud. Others in attendance: City Auditor Erica McDougall, Public Works Director Cliff Rush, JDA Director Danielle Mickelson, Engineer from AEZS Jim Olson. Mayor Hardy called the meeting to order at 7:30. Mayors Minute: Mayor John Hardy wanted to thank the group of people that came together for the After Prom Party, this event keeps kids safe after prom and the volunteers did a great job of putting the event to- gether. Addition to Agenda: Cemetery Bid - Library Director Position Consent Agenda: Motion to approve Consent Agenda by Blake Got- tbrecht, seconded by Paula Wilkie. All voted aye, motion carried. - March 2021 Regular Council Meeting Minutes -April 2021 Administration Committee Meeting Min- utes -April 2021 Police Committee Meeting Minutes -April 2021 Public Works Meeting Minutes 'April 2021 Financial Report Reading of the Bills: No discussion was had re- garding bills. Motion was made to approve bills by Kyle Hardy, seconded by Hovi Mitchell. All voted aye, motion carried. 059511 AG PAYROLLS $582.86 059512 ADVANCED ENGINEERING ENVIRON $71,262.43 059513 AMERICAN LEGION $40.00 059514 BANYON DATA SYSTEMS $959.00 059515 BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA $934.78 I 059516 CLIFF RUSH $1,100.00 059517 CNH CAPITAL AMERICA LLC $15.93 059518 CORE 8 MAIN $108.63 059519 CENEX FLEET CARD $517.10 059520 DAKOTA SUPPLY GROUP $201.17 059521 GUSTAFSON OIL $1,551.71 059522 GRAND FORKS UTILITY BILLING $70.00 059523 HAWKINS INC $3,539.60 059524 J <N-F TOWING $300.00 059525 JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL $372.10 059526 KURITA AMERICA INC. $1,122.50 059527 LEGACY COOPERATIVE $64.97 059528 LEEVERS FOODS $15.98 059529 MUNRO ACE HARDWARE $294.73 059530 MEARS AUTO PARTS $143.40 059531 NEAMEYER BODY SHOP $30.00 059532 NORTHLAND COMM. ' HEALTH-NCHC $289.00 059533 NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC $77.45 059534 LAND SURVEYING SERVICES $1,590.00 059535 NORTH DAKOTA ONE CALL $6.00 059536 O'ITERTAIL POWER CO $7,883.97 v 059538 PRESENTATION MEDICAL CENTER $35.00 059539 PROFESSIONAL DATA MANAGEMENT $162.00 059540 MALO ELECTRIC $4,549.39 4 . 059541 RURAL DEVLPMT.FINANCE CORP $5,118.62 059542 ROLETI'E COUNTY SHERIFF OFFICE $490.00 059543 R+L CARRIERS INC $743.61 059544 KIWANIS CLUB OF ROLLA $275.00 059545 STARION BOND SERVICES $3,771.25 059546 STARION BOND SERVICES $17,405.00 059547 STARION BOND SERVICES $73,112.50 059548 SANDE ELECTRIC $1,546.79 059549 Terry P Hudson I $288.00 059550 TURTLE MOUNTAIN COMMUNICATIONS $50.89 059551 THEEL MOTORS $2,002.59 059552 TUOMALA PLUMBING HEATING $107.46 059553 TURTLE MOUNTAIN STAR $141.80 059554 VERIZON WIRELESS $298.09 059555 VISA $926.24 059556 VISA $328.57 059557 WESTSIDE CSTORE $10.00 059558 WASTE MANAGEMENT $20,122.91 Engineering Report: AE2S Engineer Jim Olson dis- cussed the Lead Water Line Replacement Project status — the City of Rolla was rejected for funding because the city audits are not up to date. The city has the option to apply for the grant next year. The survey has started around town. The Water Treatment Plant project is mov- ing fonIvard with electrical and plumbing work taking place. Drought conditions are affecting wells 8 9 on the north side of town. Jim Olson will keep looking at op- tions for these wells. State water applications are due July 1, 2021, funds may be available for the city with this application. Jim was also in contact with the North Cen- tral Planning Council for the community center, Hovi Mitchell is also working with the North Central Planning Council for funds to fix the community center. Commu- nity project funding form was sent in by AE2S for review by Representative Kelly Armstrong. The city may be a good candidate for funds. Public Works Report: None Committee Reports:‘ Administrative Committee: - Audits are behind so the city does not qualify for any grants or funds for projects. Auditor Erica McDougall has reviewed applicants for the Deputy Auditor position, she is recommending two candidates to hire, Shelby Campbell as Deputy Au- ditor, a full time position, and Rebecca Hodgers as Ad- ministrative Assistant, a part time position. The Administrative Assistant position will be reevaluated after 12 months. Motion was made to approve hiring Shelby Campbell and Rebecca Hodgers by Kyle Hardy, seconded by TJ Bergsrud. All voted aye, motion carried. - Auditor Erica McDougall contacted Brady Martz out of Minot to perform audits. This firm has the capa- bility to perform the audits in a timely manner. The goal is to have them started on audits in May. Motion was made to approve hiring Brady Martz by Rebecca Albert, seconded by Hovi Mitchell. All voted aye, motion carried. ~Auditor Erica McDougaIl is requesting a laptop for $1,500.00 and a docking station for up to $200.00 for the office. Motion was made to approve purchase by Re- becca Albert, seconded by Blake Gottbrecht. All voted aye, motion carried. - Rebecca Albert presented information on Munici- pal Court, there is resistance with moving court to R0- lette County. Discussion was had regarding Judges salary. Moreinformation is needed on this. - Rolla Community Center needs full council dis- cussion regarding maintenance on the building. Gutters are in need of immediate replacement before more building issues arise. Contractor estimates will be re- quested for the work to take place. A special meeting may be necessary to approve work. Police Committee: Police Committee has approved training for $376.00 - Chief William Poitra has a candidate in mind for Sargent position Officer Aryton Yozamp has completed a 30 day review and may move to Sargent. in May. - Need certified person to transport prisoners in and out of town at $15.00 per hour. Currently the city is pay- ing Rolette County to transport prisoners at a higher rate. More information is needed to continue this dis- cussion. Public Works Committee: Public Works Director Cliff Rush discussed the is- sues with the north wells drying up. There are some signs that need replacing around town. Briand Kraft with RDO Equipment presented pay- ment options for the purchase of a new loader. Trade in value for the current loader is $85,000, the lease for the new loader would be for $109,300. Motion was made to move forward with purchase new loader from RDO Equipment with annual payments of $20,321.88 for 72 months by Blake Gottbrecht, seconded by Rebecca Al- bert. All voted aye, motion carried. -r Rich Patton review Will be revisited with John Hardy and Cliff Rush so no action willbe taken tonight. - Lighting at the Recycling Center needs to be re- placement. Cole Malo gave an estimate to do 9 fixtures for $1,986.25. Motion was made to approve expense of $1986.25 to replace light fixtures at the Recycling Cen- ter by TJ Bergsrud, seconded by Kyle Hardy. All voted aye, motion carried. Street Improvement Committee: No discussion Old Business: - JDA Director Danielle Mickeison presented a sur- vey regarding the addition and modification of new streets. Motion to accept survey, to maintain new streets RV Park Drive and 1st Ave NW by Kyle Hardy, seconded by Hovi Mitchell. All voted aye, motion carried. Docu- ment was signed by Major John Hardy and Auditor Erica McDougall. Lighting at the Football Field and funding options was discussed. Motion to approve the removal of light poles around the football field‘by Legacy and Ottertail was made by Paula Wilkie, seconded by Blake Got- tbrecht. All voted aye, motion carried. New Business: Planning Zoning Committee recommended ap- proval for Munro Plat as described Munro’s 3rd Addition. Motion to approve recommendation by Planning Zon- ing Committee for Munro 3rd Addition as described by Hovi Mitchell, seconded by Paula Wilkie. All voted aye, motion carried. - Building Permit — no permit was received prior to this meeting. - Cemetery Bid — one bid was received by Dennis Berg for the Cemetery for $7,950.00. Motion to hire Den- nis Berg to mow the cemetery for $7,950.00 for 2021 was made by Rebecca Albert, seconded by Kyle Hardy. All voted aye, motion carried. Library Director discussion was had about the Library Director position, Diana Lange was hired in April to fill the vacancy. More information was be presented in May. Motion to approve hiring Diana Lange as Library Director with salary approval at a later date was made by Rebecca Albert, seconded by TJ Bergsrud. All voted aye, motion carried. Meeting adjourned at 9:15 pm. John Hardy, Mayor 5 Erica McDougalI, City Auditor (June 21, 2021) St. John City Council CITY OF ST JOHN CITY COUNCIL MEETING MAY 12, 2021 Meeting called to order by Mayor Rodney Phelps at 7:00 pm. . Council Present: Rodney Phelps (Mayor), Donald LaRocque, Kevin Manning, Cameron Hodell, Dawn Ber- ginski. Others Present: Sarah Bruce (Auditor), I(aren Olson (Ferguson Waterworks), Henry larocque. Motion to approve minutes for April 14, 2021. Mo- tion made by Dawn, seconded by Kevin, Roll call all in favor, Motion carried. Claims and financials were reviewed for the month April 2021 . Motion made to accept claims and financiais. Motion made by Dawn, seconded by Cameron, Roll call all in favor, Motion carried. Maintenance Report: Nothing to report at this time. Motioned by Dawn, seconded by kevin, Roll call all in favor, Motion carried. Police Report: Nothing to report at this time. Motioned by Dawn, seconded by Cameron, Roll call all in favor, Motion carried. Total Expenses Paid for April 2021 Payee Amount TM COMMUNICATIONS $ 310.71 FIRST COMMUNITY CR UNION s 500.00 NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC $ 320.00 INTERNAL REVENUE 5 1559.42 OTIERTAIL POWER $ 1874.25 ND LEAGUE OF CITIES $ 170.00 RAM KOTA $ 218.00 JOB SERVICE ND $ 12.03 NDTAx $ 86.00 BEAU BRYANT $ 500.00 COMPUTER SOLUTIONS $ 70.00 SARAH M BRUCE-MILEAGE s 181.12 POSTMASTER $ 208.80 CLIFF RUSH s 787.50 ROLE‘I‘I’E COUNTY-POLICE $ 3871.67 ULiNE $1158.11 SARAH M BRUCE-MILEAGE $ 317.10 RDO EQUIPMENT 5; 86.11 GIBBENS LAW OFFICE s 315.00 WOLD ENGINEERING $ 2405.00 TUOMALA PLUMBING $ 12.73 J a M SERVICE , $ 30.00 GRAND FORKS UTILITY $ 26.00 MUNRO ACE HARDWARE $ 1901.68 SQUARE DEAL GROCERY $ 88.71 OTIERTAIL POWER $ 548.83 BANK CORRECTION $ .02 TRANSFER WOODLAND 5 28000.00 PAYROLL EXPENSE $ 6537.29 TOTALS 352096.08 Unfinished Business: Main Gate Valves have been delivered. Trailer House Ordinance was discussed and re- viewed. Ordinance prohibiting poultry within city limits was disciIssed and reviewed. Motioned by Cameron, seconded by Kevin, Roll call . all in favor, Motion carried. New Business: . Ferguson Waterworks quote for new water meters. The council has approved to order the new meters. Motioned by Donald, seconded by Kevin, Roll call all in favor, Motion carried. Northland Clinic bid opening was discussed. Designation of official newspaper Turtle Mountain Star. Large dumpster for spring clean up. Hiring an employee forsummer help. Ordinance regarding water breaks and curb stop re- sponsibility. Motioned by Dawn, seconded by Kevin, Roll call all in favor, Motion carried. Other: Council agreed to purchase new brush for the sweeper the cost is $7,500.00. Rolette County has 3000 yards of pit run if the City is interested in purchasing some. Rolette County Housing Authority was discussed. Motioned by Cameron, seconded by Kevin, Roll call ali in favor, Motion carried. Meeting adjourned at 8:46 pm. Motioned by Dawn, seconded by Cameron, Roll call all in favor, Motion carried. Rodney Phelps, Mayor SarahM Bmce, Auditor (June 21, 2021) Dunseith School Board DUNSEITH SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 R0. BOX 789 DUNSEITH, NO 58329 REGULAR MEE11NG MAY 19, 2021 A regular school board meeting was held on Wednesday, May 19th, 2021 at 5:30 pm. in the Dun- seith Elementary School Library. Board members present were: Clarence Counts, Francis Amyotte, Frank Gladue, Roger Counts, Chris Strong. Lori Davis, and Gaillord Peltier. Administrators present: Dennis DeCoteau, Can- dace Peltier, Kerry Azure, and David Sjol. Others present: Holly Poitra, Evan Peltier, Eric Morin, Jamie Faine, Barb Hoffer, Sherwin Glabog, Maria Pastorite, December Oster, Gene Nadeau, Cheryl Norquay, Brandy st. Claire, Tracey Laducer. Jeremy La- ducer, Nicole Poitra, Christina Strong, Eve Azure, and Tayden Azure. Approval of Agenda, Clarence moved to accept the agenda, seconded by Gaillord. All in favor, motion car- ried. Reading of Minutes, Clarence moved to accept the Reading of Minutes, seconded by Francis. All in favor, motion carried. Communications: Approval of April 28th, 2021 Special Board Meeting Minutes motioned by Francis, seconded by Clarence. All in favor, motion carried. No other discussion on any other minutes. New Business: Dunseith Day School Bills, Clarence moved to ac- cept bills to be paid, seconded by Gaillord. All in favor, motion carried. Candace did bring some items to the board that she would like to purchase, bleachers and a new kitchen oven, items will be tabled for next meeting due to getting approval through BIE. Indian Policies and Procedures (IPP), Gaillord moved to accept the edited policies, seconded by Clarence. All in favor, motion carried. FY22 Administrative Contracts Approval, Mr. Sjol requested that we move to a different date, Clarence moved to discuss Contracts at a later date, seconded by Gaillord. All in favor, motion carried. Approval of 2021-2023 Negotiated Agreement, Chris moved to accept the Negotiated Agreement, sec- onded by Francis. All in favor, motion carried. Resignations: - Mary Ann Halvorson EL Coordinator/Reading Teacher, resignation at end of contract May 20th, 2021. Gaillord moved to accept the resignation with advertis— ing for the open position, seconded by Clarence. All in favor, motion carried. Karley Meyer - 4th grade Teacher, resignation at end of contract May 20th, 2021. Clarence moved to accept the resignation with ad- vertising for the open position, seconded by Gaillord. All in favor, motion carried. Kerste DeCoteau - Guidance Counselor, resigna-_ tion at end of contract May 20th, 2021. Clarence moved to accept the resignation with a vertising for the open position, seconded by Gaillord. All“? in favor, motion carried. 3‘ Hiring: Kyle Julson K-6 Physical Education Teacher, res- ignation at end of contract May 20th, 2021. Chris moved to accept the resignation with advertising for the open position, seconded by Francis. All in favor, motion car- ried. Tammy Julson K-12 Librarian, resignation at end , of contract May 20th, 2021. Clarence moved to accept the resignation with advertising for the open position, seconded by Roger. All in favor, motion carried. Connie Westerfield Para-Professional at DES, Medical Retirement, resignation at end of school year May 201h, 2021. Roger moved to accept the resignation with advertising for the open position, seconded by Gail- lord. All in favor, motion carried. Jessica Poitra 6th Grade Teacher, resignation at end of contract May 201h, 2021. Clarence moved to ac- cept the resignation with advertising for the open posi- tion, seconded by Gaillord. All in favor, motion carried. 1st Grade Teacher position, recommendation was given to hire Sarah Johnson (Faine), Gaillord moved to accept recommendation upon receiving teacher license, seconded by Francis. All in favor, motion carried. Para—Professional Elementary position, recommen- dation was given to hire Taylor Nadeau (LaFountain), Clarence moved to accept recommendation, seconded by Frank. All in favor, motion carried. Janitor/Bus Driver position, recommendation was given to hire Kaylene Schroeder with 6-month probation period. Roger moved to accept recommendation, sec- onded by Frank. All in favor, motion carried. Middle School Principal, recommendation was given to hire Tracey Laducer. Francis moved to accept the recommendation, seconded by Chris. All in favor, motion carried. 5th grade teacher advertisement needed, Clarence moved to advertise the 5th grade teacher position, seconded by Roger. All in favor, mo- tion carried. Dunseith Public School Bills were presented: CHK# ENTITY AMOUNT 73483 ALL NATIONS OFFICE 1,609.00 73484 LAISEE ALLERY 35.00 73485 BOTIINEAU PLUMBING AND HEATING 360.77 73486 BSN SPORTS INC. 667.80 73487 CITY OF DUNSEITH 1,146.20 73488 THE COMPUTER STORE, INC. 589.17 73489 CRAZY CROW TRADING POST 577.85 73490 DENISE DAVIS ‘ 35.00 73491 EDWARD DAVIS 35.00 73492 TERRY DAVIS 55.00 73493 DENNIS DECOTEAU 130.00 73494 EDUTECH EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY 4500 73495 HEALING CONNECTION BEHAVIORAL HEALTH 6,400.00 73496 KYLE JULSON 610.00 73497 ANTHONY LAFROMBOIS 336.04 73498 BRANDON LONGIE 35.00 73499 ALICIA LUNDAY 111 .76 73500 Terry Marion 325.00 73501 MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH CHEMICAL CORP. 1,852.92 73502 DAVID NADEAU 320.00 73503 ND TEACHERS' FUND FOR RETIREMENT 314.30 73504 NDCEL 295.00 73505 KEVIN NELSON 1,350.00 73506 O'I'I'ERTAIL POWER CO. 14,541.65 73507 COLE PAPERS 1,124.80 73508 JONA PELTIER 3,600.00 73509 SCHOOL NURSE SUPPLY,INC. 368.70 73510 SHARE CORP. 2,773.87 73511 JOYCE SHINING ONESIDE 592.08 73512 DAVIS SINCLAIR 381.25 73513 SPECTRUM 84.95 73514 SUSANNA EPPERSON 1,000.00 73515 FRANK SWAIN 3,000.00 73516 TURTLE MOUNTAIN . COMMUNICATIONS 1,243.42 73517 TURTLE MOUNTAIN STAR 447.48 73518 VISA 5,818.08 73519 WALLACE M. DECOTEAU 35.00 73534 ACKERMAN ESTVOLD 725.00 73535 ACME TOOLS- MINOT 689.93 73536 ALL NATIONS OFFICE 156.00 73537 ANNE CARLSEN CENTER 11,247.62 73538 CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING 12,319.58 73539 THE COMPUTER STORE, INC. ' 70.00 73540 CRISIS PREVENTION INSTITUTE, INC. 4,898.00 73541 DAKOTA BOYS GIRLS RANCH 4,180.00 73542 DALE‘S TRUCK STOP 5,134.02 73543 DUNSEITH HARDWARE 2,326.51 73544 ‘EXPRESSWAY SUITES 158.00 73545 FARGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS 935.10 73546 GERRELLS SPORT CENTER 1,390.00 73547 HARLOWS BUS SALES INC. 293.40 73548 JS VENDING 8. WHOLESALE 5,599.15 73549 KYLE JULSON 590.00 73550 KYLE JULSON 590.00 73551 DAN MERTENS 1,518.00 73552 MINOT PUBLIC SCHOOLS 265.00 73553 MTC LUMBER AND HARDWARE 307.84 73554 EUGENE NADEAU 368.08 73555 PEARCE DURICK, PLLC 187.50 73556 PRIDE DAIRY 3,686.16 73557 PV BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 298.50 QUALITY INN 73558 172.80 73559 RADISSON HOTEL BISMARCK 170.00 73560 SOLTIS BUSINESS FORMS SPECIALTIES 1,115.55 73561 SOUTHPAW ENTERPRISES, INC 1,451.39 73562 SUPREME SCHOOL SUPPLY CO. 245.57 73563 THEEL INC. 259.45 73564 TURTLE MOUNTAIN FLORAL & GIFT SHOP 80.00 73565 US FOODSERVICE 13,211.16 73566 USI 894.62 73567 THE COMPUTER STORE, INC. 405.00 73568 DELIIA COUNTS , 100.00 73569 THERESA COUNTS 150.00 73570 BRADLEY DEFENDER 200.00 73571 BILLIE GLADUE 150.00 73572 HEART OF AMERICA MEDICAL CENTER 106.92 73573 HENSEN‘S FUR 8- LEATHER 2,460.00 73574 KYLE JULSON 590.00 73575 KYLE JULSON 490.00 73576 BEVERLY LAVALLIE 150.00 73577 LEGACY COOPERATIVE 237.97 73578 ERIC MORIN 124.88 73579 MYERS PARTS OF BOTTINEAU 454.61 73560 JEAN PARISIEN. 150.00 73581 JOYCE SHINING ONESIDE 98.00 73582 TURTLE MOUNTAIN SOLID WASTE DEPT. 91.46 73583 TURTLE MOUNTAIN STAR 730.71 78584 WAYNES FOOD PRIDE 531.98 73624 BRITTANY BELGARDE 95.00 73625 DEBORA BRANDT 17.00 13626 LISA BRUNNER 500.00 73628 TERI BJERK 1,007.00 73629 DEBORA BRANDT 1,007.00 73630 GRACE FAYANT 1,007.00 73631 MARLYS HIATr 1,007.00 73632 TONI MCKAY 1,007.00 73633 KEVIN NELSON 450.00 73634 KEVIN NELSON 480.00 73635 ROUGHRIDER HEALTH PROMOTION 1,000.00 73636 TURTLE MOUNTAIN STAR 600.38 73637 FRANK WALLE'IT E 300.00 73638 DEBRAAUSTIN 366.60 73639 KERRY AZURE 366.60 73640 BONNIE NADEAU 366.60 73641 JENNIFER BRIEN 366.60 73642 DENISE DAVIS 366.60 73643 BRITTANY DECOTEAU 366.60 73644 DENNIS DECOTEAU 366.60 73645 JAMIE FAINE 366.60 73646 ShenNin Glabog 366.60 73647 RHONDA GORDON 366.60 73648 FERN GRONVOLD 366.60 73649 LORI HANSON 366.60 73650 TIMOTHY HINES 366.60 73651 BARBARA HOFFER 366.60 73652 CARMELITA HUNT 366.60 73653 AMBERKOM 366.60 73654 TRACY LADUCER 366.60 73655 CHERYL LAFLOE 366.60 73656 KRYSTAL LAROCQUE 366.60 73657 BRAYLEE MALATERRE 366.60 73658 KIM NELSON 366.60 73659 ASHLEY PARISIEN 366.60 73660 MARIA PASTORITE 366.60 73661 ELAINE PELTIER 366.60 73662 HOLLY POITRA 366.60 73663 KAMIE POITRA 366.60 73664 BROOKE SCHROEDER 366.60 73665 MICHAEL SELBURG 165.00 73666 SARAH SELBURG 366.60 73667 JOYCE SHINING ONESIDE 366.60 73668 DAVID SJOL 366.60 73669 ANITA STCLAIRE 366.60 73670 BRANDY STCLAIRE 366.60 73671 TERESA STPIERRE 366.60 73672 CHRISTINA STRONG 366.60 73673 BILL TU‘I'I'LE 366.60 73674 GALE WONDRASEK—LANE 366.60 I 73675 MISTY BELGARDE 366.60 73676 TAMMIE PELTIER 366.60 1175 DUNSEITH HARDWARE 27.94 1176 ANDERSON’S 600.74 1177 KYLE DECOTEAU 500.00 1178 NICOLE POITRA 1,645.00 Total Bills May 2021 157,009.41 TotalPayroll May 2021 698,608.82 Total Bills/Payroll May 2021 855,618.23 Francis to moved to accept and pay bills, seconded by Chris. All in favor, motion carried. Reports: Business Manager, Evan went through his reports, no questions for Evan. Principals Report, Discussion with Mr. DeCoteau for Summer School for High School, will be starting June 7th and‘will go for 8 weeks. Discussion with Mrs. Azure on Summer School for Elementary, she has around 64 students in K-6 and 24 students in ]lh Bth grade. Mrs. Azure mentioned that if Mrs. Laducer did get the Princi- pal position then Chris Julson will step up to be the 5th grade teacher for summer school. Activities Director, Eric stated that we had one state qualifier for girls-golf, Avery LaFountain with an 82 score. June 1st Eric is planning on practicing with 5th 6th grade girl’s boys'.basketball teams. Permission re- quested to advertise for 3 Jr. High Volleyball Coach, Francis motioned to advertise for Jr. High Volleyball Coach, seconded by Roger. All in favor, motion carried. Superintendents Report, Staff movement, Krystal LaRocque will move from pt grade to 4th grade. Brittany Nadeau will move from Pre—K to District Literacy Coach (Paid through CLSD Grant.) Kaylene Schroeder from Bus Driver to Bus Driver/Janitor Position. Temporary Summer jobs, Jamie Faine Christina Strong will be bus rid- ers/clean up in the kitchen. Bill Tuttle will do Elementary Office duties. Fern Gronvold will do Summer School Data (Paid by GEERS Grant.) Temporary Kitchen help for the summer will be Lau- rie LaFromboise and Anna Giron. Mr. Sjol would like mo- tion to advertise for Pre-K position, Gaillord moved to accept motion, seconded by Francis. All in favor, motion carried. Discussion on Building Architect, would like to plan a Building Committee meeting set up to discuss. Mr. Sjol would like to have an open public meeting to discuss with Community on building, with Question and Answers ’ session. Board, no discussion. Motion to adjourn by Francis, seconded by Gaillord. All in favor, motion carried. Meeting adjourned at 6:27 pm. Lori Davis, Chairperson Dunseith School District #1 Holly M. Poitra, Recording Secretary Dunseith School District #1 (June 21, 2021) ADVERTIS TRU SO Mary 0” Clare, of Rapid City, South Dakota, and Candace Groze, of Minot, met their cousin, Dave Armstrong, ‘for lunch Monday at Linda’s Café in Rolette. Mary and Candace are granddaughters of the late Marie Clark, of Rolette. Marie was a..ha1f—sister to Dave’s mother, the late Mabel Armstrong, of Rolette. DBrian and Holly Moseman and ten of their children, ages 22 to 2 years, and Brian’s younger brother, Curt, all of Kentucky, arrived at the home of Brian’s aunt, Carol, and Ward Beachy Monday evening. They were all supper guests of Ward and Carol’s daughter, Beth, and Rylan Yoder, Easton, Cassian, and Kinley, of Wolford, on Tuesday. The Mose— man Family left Thursday morning. EIKathy Benson and her daughter, Sara McClammer, Max, and George went to the Hawk Museum Farm Show on Friday and had breakfast with Kathy’s brother, John, and Judy Bulie, of Cando, who were camping at the Hawk over the Farm Show. \ They also saw Sara’s uncle and aunt, Dean and Klang Benson, while there. Kyle, Sara, Max, and George left for their Indianapolis, Indiana, home that afternoon after spending time here visiting relatives and friends. Randy and Kathy Benson at- tended the Wolford all school reunion in Wolford on Friday afternoon and evening. Randy’s brothers, Rick Benson and Dean Benson, were also in attendance at the reunion. Kathy Benson brought her brother, Jim Bulie, from the Towner County Living Center, to the Farm Show at the Hawk Museum on Sat- urday. They Spent time with John and Judy Bulie while there. Carol Knudson accompanied her son, Lonny Knudson, to Grand Forks on Thursday. Friday evening Carol attended the bridal shower for Kate Shirek, fiancée of Carol’s son, Leo Knudson. Leo ad Kate will be mar- ried on June 25th at the lake at Dev— ils Lake, with a reception and dance following at the Knights of Colum- bus building in Devils Lake.After the shower Carol went with her daugh- ter, Doreen, and Tom Steenerson and Brady, of Grand Forks, to the Steen— erson’s campsite at Golden Lake. Monday'Doreen and Cardl traveled to Devils Lake. Lonny met them and. Carol returned to her home with him. . Gary and Donna Ryan and their friend, Perry Evans, all of Alexan- dria, Minnesota, arrived at the home of Donna’s sister, Marge, and Dale Pederson, on Thursday.‘They were overnight guests and attended the Hawk Museum Farm Show on Sat- urday. Kayleen Yoder, of Devils Lake, came to the Hawk Farm Show on Saturday and visited relatives at the campsite of her nephew, Ryan, and Jenn Pederson, Ella, Eryn, and Eli. Gloria Maurseth and Shaon Hov- land, of Cando, attended the Farm Show at the Hawk Museum on Sat— urday. They enjoyed the parade and the street dance. Sharon Hovland was among the Red Hats group from Cando that traveled to Calio for a 4 o’clock sup- per on Tuesday. Steve and Lynette Berg, of Fargo, arrived in the area on Wednesday to visit relatives and friends. They will stay part of the time with Sharon Hovland. Peggy Schell Thursday Sharon Hovland and Judy Boe were among the former Cando Sons of Norway group that traveled to Devils Lake for lunch at Proz. Klang Benson spent the weekend helping at the Farm Show at the Hawk Museum. Tanner Verbitsky, of rural Butte, came to the home of his grand— mother, Peggy Schell, on Thursday. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Randy and Jeannie Schell, Kaylee, Kyle, and Kassie, and Peggy and Tanner at— tended the Farm Show at the Hawk Museum. Tanner left to return home on Wednesday. Bob Schell, of Harvey, was ‘an overnight guest of his brother, Randy, and Jeannie Schell and family and at- tended the parade at the Farm Show before leaving for home on Sunday. Tuesday Peggy Schell went to Rolla where she joined Judy Boe, of rural Perth, Gary Eller, of Ames, Iowa, Leo and Lois Menard, of Rolla, Yvonne DeMers, of rural Dun- seith, and Jon Dunlop, of Missoula, Montana, for breakfast at the North 40. Judy, Gary, Leo, Yvonne, Jon, and Peggy were classmates in the Class of ‘59 at Rolla High School. Darryl and Renae Zappone went to Minot on Wednesday and were overnight guests of Renae’s aunt, Roxanne Mott. Thursday morning Darryl and Renae flew from Minot to Las Vegas. While there they toured the wax museum, the mob museum, rode the High Roller at night, where they could see for miles, and took pictures of Vegas while on' it, toured Fremont Street, and took a tour bus to see the Grand Canyon. Darryl and Renae returned home on Wednesday. Thad and Annette Helmuth, of Plainville, Kansas, and their grand- daughter, Natalie, arrived at the home of Thad’s parents, Ervin and RuthAnn Helmuth, on Thursday. Fri- day, they joined Ervin, RuthAnn, and Sandy Hehnuth and they attended the Wolford all school reunion. Saturday and Sunday they were at the Farm Show at the Hawk Museum. Saturday a Helmuth—Stoll re— ‘ union was held at the Farm Show at the Hawk Museum. .Among those . attending were Fran and Kathy Hel— muth and Sarah, of Lambert, Mon— tana, Keith Helmuth‘r'an‘d Ke‘ll',’of Watford City, Carsen Kohler,» of Benedict, Thad and Annette Hel- muth, and Natalie, John Helmuth and his girlfriend, Sara, of Watford City, Ervin and RuthAnn HelmUth, Sandy Helmuth, of Columbus, Montana, his daughter, Valerie, and her daughter, Audrey, Josh and Piney Helmuth and Dalton, of the Columbia, Montana area, Miriam (Helmuth) and David Lynnes, Mary Jo (Lynnes) and Dan Johner, all of Bottineau, Rachel (Lynnes) Patter- son and Lily, of Minot, Virgil Hel- muth, of rural Wolford, and the late Chuck and Mary (Helmuth) Stoll’s daughters, Elsie, Judy, Charlotte, and Geneva, and some of their fam- ilies. Ervin and RuthAnn Helmuth went to Rugby Wednesday evening for Music in the Park. The perform— ers were Ryan Keplin and his son, Sonny. Judy Boe, of rural Perth, and De— lores Galow, of rural Bisbee, attended the Farm Show at the Hawk Museum on Saturday. ' WITH THE YOUR LO-AL NEW PAPER Ball The Star tada y for more details! 101-411-6495 Get the word outabout your latest sales or upcoming event!