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w..- . - «sag—-.‘ML... ..,..._.,_,... -..............V ._... we...” July 5, 2021 WWflmwflw.MW—WWWLM .Msm ’ The Star Page Louis Edward Peltier Louis Edward Peltier Sr., age 60, of Belcourt, ND, passed away on Sunday, June 27, 2021 at St. Alexius Hospital, Bismarck, ND. Louis Edward Peltier Sr. was born on July .24, 1960, in Devils Lake, ND, to Fred and Bernice (Peltier) Peltier. He was raised in Belcourt and completed his education there as well. ' Louis enlisted in the United States Army and received an honorable dis- charge in 1988. He was united in marriage to Sandy Ann LaVallie on September 5, 1991, at St. Ben’s Catholic Church,Belcourt. ' Louis Sr. was the proud father of ’1 , nine children, Louis Jr., LouAnn, Lucas, Lance, Sandra, Mary, Nicole, Randy, and Charles. He worked at the Sky Dancer Casino, the BelCourt Fire De- partment, and road construction throughout the years. Louis enjoyed the outdoors, fish- ing and all activities outdoors, and playing pool. He loved time spent with his family members, especially playing with his grandchildren. He will be lovingly remembered and greatly missed. Louis Sr. is survived by his wife, Sandy Peltier of Belcourt; children, Louis Jr. (Brandi) Peltier of Belcourt, LouAnn Peltier of Grand Forks, Lucas Peltier of Belcourt, Lance Peltier of' Young America, MN, San- dra Peltier of Belcourt, Mary Peltier of Belcourt, Nicole Peltier-Lindquist of Wishek, and Randy Peltier of Ore— gon; parents, Fred and Bernice Peltier of Belcourt; 19 grandchildren, Theresa DeCoteau, Cloe Peltier, Vic— toria DeLong, Lilly Peltier, Louis Peltier III, Makayla Azure, Michael Peltier, Sandy Peltier, Christina Peltier, Linda Hollis,.Azariah Peltier, Jensen Bercier, Kylie Lilley, Floren- tine Peltier, Joey Peltier, Hailey Lindquist, Jaylynn Miller, Jordan . m3 Courthouse 2 News 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 Meriah Marie Medrud, 24, Dun- seith. Melanie Ann Jeannotte, 40, St. John. Simple Assault Timothy Wade Levi Allery, 28, Minot, $325, sentenced to jail for 360 days with 290 days suspended and 70 days credit for time served, ordered to obtain an evaluation, placed on un- supervised probation for 360 days. Drove without operators license Ninadawan Marie Bearcub, 33, Belcourt. Driving without a license Bobby Jo M. Morin, 20, Belcourt. Unlawful use of ' license plate or tab Ninadawan Marie Bearcub, 33, Belcourt. ‘ Driving without liability insurance Ninadawan Marie Bearcub, 33, Belcoilrt. Bobby Jo M. Morin, 20, Belcourt. Driving while license privilege is suspended or revoked Jessica R. Brien, 42, Belcourt, $250. Jacob Trystin Morin, 23, Belcourt, $250. Driving while license privilege is suspended James Patrick Dionne, 37, Bel— court, $1,500, placed on unsuper- vised probation for 360 days. Terrorizing . Devan Richard Champagne, 25, Belcourt, $625. Sentenced to 360 days in jail, 357 days suspended, three days credit for time served, placed on supervised probation for two years. Disorderly Conduct Roy Ernest Poitra, 40, Dunseith, $285, sentenced to 30 days jail, 30 days suspended, placed on unsuper— vised probation for 360 days. 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. Sr. Lindquist, and Tylan Peltier; siblings, Kenny Peltier of Dunseith, Marilyn Peltier of Belcourt, Julie LaVallie of Chicago, IL, Cecelia Peltier of Wash- ington, and Regina Wallette of Rolla; A and nieces and nephews. Louis Sr. was preceded in death by his son, Charles Peltier, sisters, Sheila Jeanotte-Peltier and Bernadine Gourneau, grandparents, Prudent and Gladys Peltier, and mother-in-law, Mary Ann Short-LaVallie. Casket Bearers were Louis Peltier Jr., David Bercier, Lucas Peltier, Linus Wallette, Salcedo Sarcia, and Waylon Morin. Military Honors were conducted by the Lilley-Dionne American Legion Post #262 of Bel- court and the Military Funeral Honor Guard of Grand Forks, ND. A Visitation was held Wednesday, June 30, 2021 at St. Ann’s Catholic Church, Belcourt, with a Rosary Service. Funeral Mass was Thursday, July 1, 2021, in the church with Fr. Tony Hession presiding. Burial will take place at a later date. A meal will followed funeral services at Fiddler’s Hall, Belcourt. Elick Funeral Home, Rolla, ND, was in charge of arrangements. M. Rosalie Thomas M. Rosalie Thomas, age 91, of Rolette, ND passed away on Febru- ary 6, 2021, at the Rolette Commu— nity Care Center, Rolette, ND. On February 6, 2021, our beloved mother passed to her heavenly home. Mary Rosalie Azure was born March 21, 1929, to Delia (LaFountain) and Fred E. Azure. She was their first born, coming into this world at home. Rosalie told stories of traveling to school in a horse and buggy to Shell Valley School. It was a covered buggy with a wood burning stove. She would later attend a boarding school in Stefan, SD. She met her fu- ture husband Edmund Thomas upon returning home. They were married on October 19, 1948. Together, Rosalie and Edmund had eight children. They operated a small farm where they raised cattle, pigs, chickens, horses, and learned to garden. Rosalie always had an open door to care for nieces and nephews or friends. She would help her par- ents at Azure’s country store when needed. ‘ When their youngest son, Mark, started school, Rosalie went to work at Chippewa Authentics, followed by a job as a CHR (community health representative) for the Turtle Moun- tain Band of Chippewa Tribe. She re- ally enjoyed working and making lifelong friends with coworkers and clients alike. When Rosalie retired after 35 years as a CHR, she enjoyed taking care of her house and family. She also enjoyed watching all of the col- orful birds and planting beautiful flowers in the Spring. ' Rosalie and Edmund loved to sup- port their sons’ sports endeavors by traveling throughout North Dakota. In 1998 Rosalie and Edmund, along— side many friends and family, cele- brated their 50th anniversary. A church service to renew their vows took place at their home church St. Anthony’s Catholic Church. Rosalie was preceded in death by Water (Continued from Page 1) normal outdoor water usages can re- sume. In Rolla, Public Works Director Cliff Rush said the water situation has not changed since the first part of June when the department shut down two pumps on the north side of town because the 35-foot—deep wells were going dry. “We haven’t even tried to get (the wells) going again without any mois- ture,” Rush said. He wasn’t sure how much rain is needed but guessed a drencher of three inches or more “would help out a lot.” What won’t help, according to Rush, is if residents continue to water their lawns or use the resource for unnecessary purposes. I “That would be nice until we start getting some rain,” Rush said. He" added that the city also immediately addressed a water line leak last week near North Central Tire. “It was a small one, but we wanted to get it fixed,” Rush said. Earlier this month, TMPUC re— quested that\its customers limit all outdoor water usage to help balance demands at its water treatment plant. At the time, daily water usage rose to nearly 1.5 million gallons per day, considerably higher than the typ- ical 1.1 million gallons per day. To put in perspective just how much 1 million gallons of water is, consider that the amount would fill a hole 267 feet long (almost as long as a football field), 50 feet wide, and 10 feet deep. In addition, one million gallons of water weighs 8.34 million pounds. The TMPUC request to conserve water came after several weeks of hot, dry weather. That stretch ended a few weeks ago after cooler weather and a series of rain showers hit parts of Rolette County. We would like to thank all our friends and loyal customers over the past 20-plus years. Investment Club and the Dunseith Betterment Club for the support of the Rolla area. It has been fun. We hope you will % support the new owners in the future and good luck to them. Thanks!!! ‘husband Edmund, granddaughter Carlson and Celia Thomas, and in— Governor guides police to push limits on tribe’s marijuana ID cards South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem’s administration is guiding law enforce- ment officers not to hOnor Native American tribes’ medical marijuana iden— tification cards if they are not issued to tribe members. The guidance, released by the South Dakota Highway Patrol just hours before the voter-approved medical marijuana law took effect Thursday, sets up a potential conflict between prosecutors and the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe, which has set up the state’s first marijuana dispensary and plans to issue medical cannabis ID cards to anyone with a certified medical'condition, theArgus Leader reported. People seeking medical cannabis ID cards in South Dakota currently only have the option to obtain one from a Native American tribe because the state will not begin issuing ID cards until November. However, the Highway Patrol’s guidance also states that troopers should not arrest people who have no more than three ounces of pot if they have an ID card from another state or can show a statement from a doctor certifying they have been diagnosed with a debilitating medical condition. While the guidance only officially applies to the Highway Patrol, it encouraged other law enforcement officers to follow it to “promote consistency” in enforcing the state’s new laws on medical marijuana. But the attorney general for the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe, Seth Pear- man, said it is ready to challenge the Highway Patrol’s stance in court if some- one is arrested after presenting a tribe—issued cannabis card. He said the tribe’s ID cards are valid under state law because they are certified by a medical rec- ommendation or a medical 'ID from another state. “That is a fight we will back,” he said. However, some local law enforcement agencies are easing up on enforc- ing low-level marijuana laws, regardless of medical status. Law enforcement agencies in the state’s largest city, Sioux Falls, told the Argus Leader they will no longer prosecute marijuana possession charges for three ounces or less starting on Thursday. as Jeni Hebron, parents Delia (LaFoun— tain) and Fred E. Azure, sisters Viola fant son (little) Ricky. She is survived by sons Lester (Nanci) of Colorado, Leslie and Larry of Rolette, Lonnie of Mary- land, Darrell and Mark of Rolette, daughter Carol (Feyb) Hebron of East Grand Forks, Minnesota, broth- ers Aloyuis (Gloria) Azure of Ari- ~ zona, Morris (Louella) Azure of Arizona, sisters Christine Thompson and Carol Azure of Belcourt, ND, and more than 30 grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Due to world circumstances we plan to have a celebration of life at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church at 10 am. on Thursday, July 22, 2021. 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