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Page 8 The Star July 14, 2014 " Play ball A host of kids filled up Rolla's little league baseball diamonds last week during a eight-team tournament. The event drew big crowds and was filled with action. For more photos, please turn to page t3. (Photos by John Rosinski) Tioga womanon the short list for a trip to Mars By Madelyn Beck ..... Of Tioga tribune Danyle "Dee" Sanders says she's not afraid to blast off on a trip to Mars. Danyle "Dee" Sanders loves to tell stories. Growing up in Wyoming, Sanders said she made up an imaginary uncle and told stories about his conquests. As an office manager at Tioga Ma- chine Shop, the 39-year-old is still telling stories about trips to Europe and Japan. However, there is a chance her greatest travel story is yet to come- how she became one of the first hu- mans on Mars. Mars One is a non-profit organi- zation with a goal to "establish a per-" manent human settlement on Mars." In April 2013, Mars One com- menced its world-wide Astronaut Se- lection Program. It was first announced at press conferences held in New York and Shanghai. Sanders applied -- along with 200,000 other people. Mars One released a list of 1,058 remaining candidates Dec. 2013. Sanders was on the list. "I was surprised," she said. The criteria included some physi- cal restrictions, but focused on a self- driven mentality and ability to work with others. Sanders easily passed the physi- cal tests. She also has a psychology degree, giving her an edge on the mental evaluation. The next step was to get a physi- cal check-up and create a video pro- file to post online. Sanders finished both -- with a little aid from one of her sons, who shot the video. Last month, Mars One announced 705 candidates remaining. Of those, 313 were originally from the Ameri- cas With others from Europe, Asia, Africa and Oceania. Sanders made the second cut. However, if selected, she would have to leave behind everything -- for- ever. According to Mars One, there is not sufficient technology for a return trip from space. "It's a big decision," said Sanders. "It's not to be taken lightly." Sanders has nine children in her household, seven of whom are her own. She came to Tioga 10 years ago to be close to the family of her now ex-husband, but stayed so her chil- dren wouldn't have to change schools. She said her teen boys are more Danyle "Dee" Sanders of Tioga is a candidate for a trip to Earth's closest terrestrial neighbor planet. than willing to see her go, but her youngest, at nine years old, is not quite ready. If selected, she won't actually leave Earth until 2024. This is because Mars One plans to do extensive training. Ultimately, they will choose 24 people, 12 of each sex. The first group sent will be two men and two women. Mars One plans to have a liveable Martian facilityin place by 2022, in- cluding a system to pull water and oxygen from the planet's soil. Mars One also has plans for establishing communication between the station and Earth, but Sanders said leaving would still be difficult. In addition, she said it would be worth the sadness because the new colony could give valuable informa- tion back to people living on Earth; though it's not clear how just yet. Sanders said the final selection will be made following personal in- terviews, though the date when each will be conducted is still unknown. As of June 2, Mars One announced a production company it has chosen to cover the interview process. They hope to be starting the interviews soon. By 2015, the final six groups of four will be selected to do training. It will become their full-time job. If she isn't selected, Sanders said she'd still support the mission and try to get the word out about it. However, if she is chosen, Sanders said she would be ready. "There's that notion of being in- timidated by the unknown," said Sanders. "But I'm not scared." Saturday, July 261 Sunday, July 27 10 a.m. to 4 p.m 9:30 a.m to 2 p.m. Metigoshe Christian Center, North of Bottineau Featured Artist: Marilyn Niewoehner, Rugby Traditional, Contemporary, Realistic, and Abstract Paintings Woodworking Jewelry Beadwork Needlework Decorative Paintings And Much More! Hand-crafted items ONLY Call Joyce Helgeson at (701) 228-2805 for more information. Sponsored by Prairie Arts Club of Bottineau Rolette County senior meals ROLETTE Home-delivered meals are served Monday through Friday. Congi'egate meals are served Monday, Wednes- day and Friday. Monday, July 14: Roast beef, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, sherbet. Tuesday, July 15: Beef stroganoff, noodles, carrots, bread pudding. Wednesday, July 16: Chicken and dumplings, beets, fruit. Thursday, July 17: Salisbury steak, boiled potatoes with gravy, cauliflower, fruit. Friday, July 18: Ham or cod, au gratin potatoes, stewed tomatoes, fruit. Monday, July 21: Pork roast, mashed potatoes, squash, lemon angel cake. DUNSEITH Home-delivered and congregate meals are served Monday through Friday. Monday, July 14: Pork chop in brown gravy, baked potato with sour cream, wax beans pimento, peach on half lettuce, angel cake with straw- berries. Tuesday, July 15: Cracker crumb fish, parslied potatoes, peas with pearl onions, lemon wedge garnish, fresh strawberry salad. Wednesday, July 16: BBQ meat- balls, baked potato, broccoli cuts, pineapple ring garnish, tapioca fruit salad. Thursday, July 17: Beef tips in gravy over whipped potatoes, Capri vegetables, orange slic e garnish, mandarin orange banana cup. Friday, July 18: Chicken maca- roni salad, carrot sticks, apple gar- nish, fresh grapes. Monday, July 21: Beef stroganoff, carrots, kidney bean salad, fresh grapes. ROLLA Home-delivered and congregate 'i meals are served Monday through Friday. Monday,  July 14: Pork chop in brown gravy, baked potato with sour cream, wax beans pimento, peach on half lettuce, angel cake with straw- berries. Tuesday, July 15: Cracker crumb fish, parslied potatoes, peas with pearl onions, lemon wedge garnish, fresh strawberry salad. Wednesday, July 16: BBQ meat- balls, baked potato, broccoli cuts, pineapple ring garnish, tapioca fruit salad. Thursday, July 17: Beef tips in gravy over whipped potatoes, Capri vegetables, orange slice garnish, mandarin orange banana cup. Friday, July 18: Chicken maca- roni salad, carrot sticks, apple gar- nish, fresh grapes. Monday, July 21: Beef stroganoff, carrots, kidney bean salad, fresh grapes. ST. JOHN Home-delivered meals are served Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at the Senior Citizen Center. Monday, July 14: Pork chop in brown gravy, baked potato with sour cream, wax beans pimento, peach on half lettuce, angel cake with straw- berries. Tuesday, July 15: Cracker crumb fish, parslied potatoes, peas with pearl onions, lemon wedge garnish, fresh strawberry salad. Thursday, July 17: Beef tips in gravy over whipped potatoes, Capri vegetables, orange slice garnish, mandarin orange banana cup. Monday, July 21: Beef stroganoff, carrots, kidney bean salad, fresh grapes. OPEN HOUSE 80th Birthday Party for Anna Biberdorf Sunday July 27 1 to 4 p.m. at the w,10w City Community Hall Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Mostly Sunny Mostly Sunny Sunny ttigh: 69 l,ow: 51 ttigh: 75 Low: 56 ttigh: 79 l,ow: 58 Regional Temperatures Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Sunny Mostly Sunny Mostly Sunny Partly Cloudy High: 74 Low: 52 High: 74 Low: 51 High: 78 Low: 56 High: 75 Low: 54 North Dakota Tuesday Wednesday City Hi/Lo Wx lti/Lo Wx Bismarck ..... 73/52 s 78/55 s Bottineau ..... 71/52 s 76/56 s Devils Lake...69/53 s 75/57 s Dickinson .... 75/52 s 79/55 s Fargo ........ 70/53 s 76/58 s Grand Forks .. 70/52 s 76/56 s Jamestown .... 72/52 s 76/57 s Minot ........ 72/52 s 78/57 s Rugby ....... 71/52 s 77/56 s Williston ..... 76/53 s 82/56 s Weather (W;I: el/cloudy; r/flurries; pc/partly cloudy; me/mostly cloudy: r/rain; rs/rain & snow; s/sunny; sh/showers; Killarney ..... 63/55 sh sn/snow; t/thunderstorms Winnipeg ..... 72/51 pc Sun and Moon South Dakota Tuesday Wednesday City ltLo Wx ltLo Wx Aberdeen ..... 72/53 s 77/57 s Rapid City .... 72/53 s 74/57 s Sioux Falls ... 68/52 s 73/56 s Montana Billings ...... 80/57 s 83/57 s Minnesota Duluth ....... 67/51 pc 73/55 s Minneapolis... 69/56 pc 76/59 s Manitoba, Canada Brandon ...... 72/49 pc 76/52 pc 64/56 sh 77/55 pc C Last 7/18 Ncw 7/26 A Pax  Sunset   Tuesday 5:52 a.m. 9:36 p.m. 11:19 p.m. 10:12 a.m. ,LJ Wednesday 5:53 a.m. 9:36 p.m. 11:48 p.m. 11:29 a.m. First Thursday 5:54 a.m. 9:35 p.m. No Rise 12:43 p.m. 8/3 Friday 5:55 a.m. 9:34 p.m. 12:18 a.m, 1:55 p.m, /, Saturday 5:56a.m. 9:33 p.m. 12:48 a.m. 3:04p.m.  'Tlc:.,, Sunday 5:57a.m. 9:31 p.m. 1:21 a.m. 4:10p.m. \\;,//' Monday 5:58a.m. 9:30 p.m. 1:57a.m. 5:11 p.m. Full 8/10 In-Depth Local Forecast Today we will see mostly sunny skies with a high temperature of 69 , humidity of 52%. The record high temperature for today is 90 set in 1961. Expect partly cloudy skies tonight with an overnight low of 51 . The record low fbr tonight is 45 set in 1958. Wednesday, skies will be mostly sunny with a high temperature of 75 , humidity of 50%. Skies will be mostly clear Wednesday night with an ovemight low of 56 . Local UV Index 10-2131415 819 M ]l+ I UV Index 0-2: Low, 3-5: Moderate, 6-7: High, 8-10: Ve, High, I 1 +: Extreme Exposure Weather Trivia iiiiiiii i What is known as an "Indian Summer "? 9 o 'lsoaj lsag ql OllOJ lJu! ]P,q] S/ltp tttaem 'Y, Jp Dill Ol sJoJJ tua01 q,l, :]'$;G'gUV Call us for delivery of your Farm Fuel! 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