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Page 14 The Star July 14, 2014 Affidavit STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF ROLE&apos;I-rE IN JUVENILE COURT IN THE INTEREST OF S.R.A., A CHILD; DOB: 12-30-12 State of North Dakota, Petitioner, FILE NO. vs. 40-2014-JV-12 AFFIDAVIT S.R.A., Minor Child of, Sarah Azure and David Wallette, Respondents STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ) SS, COUNTY OF BOTTINEAU Comes now, Launee Lawyer Hamnes, Juvenile Court Officer, for Rolette County and respectfully repre- sents and states to the Court: That said affiant is the Petitioner in said matter and that after diligent inquiry, personal service cannot be made upon the Respondent, David WaBette, in this state to the best knowledge, information and belief of the af- fiant; to wit: That said respondents current mailing address and whereabouts are unknown. Certified mail sent to his last known address and sheriff's service in Rolette County, North Dakota, have been unsuccessful. That said affiant requests a Court Order directing the service of the Summons in this matter be made by publication in accordance with Rule 4 of the North Dakota Rules of Civil Procedure Dated this 17th day of June, 2014, at Bottineau, North Dakota. Launee Lawyer Hamnes Juvenile Court Officer Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th day of June, 2014. Rhonda Langehaug Notary Public State of North Dakota Commission expires Mar. 16, 2018 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS Pursuant to 27-20-23(2) NDCC, in that the Re- spondent, David Wallette, has no known address and his whereabouts are unknown, it is herby Ordered that service of the Summons in this matter be made by pub- lication in accordance with Rule 4 of the North Dakota Rules of Civil Procedure. Dated at Sottineau, North Dakota, this 19th day of June, 20t4. Michael G. Sturdevant District Judge (June 30, July 7 and July 14, 2014) Summons STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF ROLE'I-rE IN JUVENILE COURT IN THE INTEREST OF S.R.A., A CHILD; DOB: 12-30-12 State of North Dakota, Petitioner, FILE NO. vs. 40-2014-JV-12 SUMMONS S.R.A., Minor Child of, Sarah Azure and David Wallette, Respondents THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE- NAMED RESPONDENTS: You, and each of you, are hereby summoned and required to appear personally and bring the above- named child before the Juvenile Court, at its Chambers, in the courthouse in the city of Rolla, in said County and State, on the 8th day of July, 2014, at 10:00 a.m., or as soon thereafter as the parties can be heard, for the pur- pose of hearing the Petition made and filed with this Court, alleging said child to be subject to the provisions of the Uniform Juvenile Court Act (Chapter 27-20, NDCC), by reason of the following: JUVENILE PETITION FOR TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS (IN SHELTER CARE) as more fully appears from the Petition, a copy of which is hereto annexed and served upon you. If you fail to appear personally and to bring said child before the Court at said time and place, or to show good cause why you cannot do so, the Court will make such Order as may be appropriate and you may be pro- ceeded against for civil contempt. "THIS IS FOR THE PURPOSE OF AN INITIAL APPEARANCE" RIGHT TO COUNSEL While you are not required to have the assistance of legal counsel in this pmceed!ng, you are entitled to such assistance if you so desire. It you desire legal counsel and are unable without undue financial hard- ship to employ counsel, the Court, upon your request, will appoint legal counsel for you. If you intend to have legal counsel, you are requested to make the necessary arrangements in advance so as not to delay the hearing. Dated this 17th day of June, 2014. Launee Lawyer Hamnes Juvenile Court Officer (701) 228-2375 (June 30, July 7 and July 14, 2014) Dunseith City Council CITY OF DUNSEITH REGULAR MEETING JUNE 2, 2014 The regular meeting for the City of Dunseith was held June 2, 2014, at 6 p.m. at the City Hall. Members present were Mayor Jesse Marion and councilpersons Randy Vivier, Loren Baumgartner, George Gottbreht and Carl Lagerquist. No members were absent. Others present were Kurt Lagerquist and Bernice Poitra. Call to order by Mayor Jesse Marion After reading, Councilperson Gottbreht made the motion to approve the minutes as read, second by Baumgartner and carried. After review, Councilperson Gottbreht made the motion to approve the May financial reports, second by Lagerquist and carried. After review, Councilperson Baumgartner made the motion to approve the bills as listed, second by Got- tbreht and carried. Following is a list of bills approved for payment: Rolette Co $8,688.07 Andrew Johnson $25.00 Unum $22.76 Ottertail $2,260.76 Dale's $799.60 Ameri Pride $97.87 ND One Call $1.10 ND Health Dept $381.35 Office of the Sheriff $150.00 Farmer's Union $138.50 Starion $1,000.00 DSM Inc. $7,289.00 Kurt Lagerquist $2,256.25 TM Communications $214.98 NC Electric $638.51 Hawkins $446.80 TM Star $157.56 City of Rugby $186.16 GF Lab $26.00 Marion Trucking $19,963.40 BCBS $1,118.20 Campbell Insurance $191.00 USED EQUIPMENT After reviewing the May fine collections and court appearances, Councilperson Gottbreht made the mo- tion to approve the Judge's Report, second by Baum- gartner and carried. Sheriff's Report was unavailable at this time. After reviewing the advisory board minutes and the financial reports, Councilpersen Goftbreht made the mo- tion to approve the Nursing Home Report, second by Vivier and carried. The appointment of two councilper- sons to the advisory board will be done next month. At this time, Ms. Bernice Poitra was present ex- pressing interest in purchasing city lots for a new home. Various options were discussed. Ms. Poitra will return once final plans have been made. After review, Councilperson Vivier made the motion to approve the liquor and beer applications submitted by Dale's Lounge and the Garden Tap, second by Baumgartner and carried. After review, Councilperson Gottbreht made the motion to approve the local permit submitted by Bernadette Davis for Rick Poitra medical benefit, sec- ond by Vivier and carried. Sewer project/City Hall: It was decided at this time that one Turbo Flush toilet will be ordered and installed in the ladies restroom and then the sewer line will be re- assessed to see if this has helped. If so, two more of the Turbo Flush toilets will be ordered and installed. Pot holes are being filled. If any councilmember sees any that have been missed, notify Kurt. Sewer agreement/ND Pump and Sewage: After dis- cussion, Councilperson Vivier made the motion to sign a one-year service agreement with ND Sewage Pump & Lift Station, second by Lagerquist and carried. At this time, the check valve problem was also discussed briefly. The possibility of re-roofing the city shop located near the Egbert Road was discussed briefly. Individuals with yard violations are being sent notices requesting their attendance at the next meeting. With no further business, Councilperson Gottbreht made the motion to adjourn the meeting, second by Baumgarter and carried. The meeting adjourned at 8:25 p.m. Shelley Counts, City Auditor Jesse Marion, Mayor CITY OF DUNSEITH SPECIAL MEETING JUNE 24, 2014 A special meeting for the City of Dunseith was held June 24, 2014, at 10 a.m. at the City Hall. Members present were Mayor Jesse Marion and councilpersons George Gottbreht and Loren Baumgart- net. Members absent were councilpersons Carl Lagerquist and Randy Vivier. Another present was Chief Deputy Gerald Medrud. Call to order by Mayor Jesse Marion. At this time, Deputy Medrud gave an update on pe- lice activity. After discussion, CouncBperson Baumgartner made the motion to approve the Dale's Lounge liquor/beer license to the open air dance area on June 27-28, 2014, from 2 p.m. to a.m., second by Gottbreht and carried. After discussion, Councilperson Gottbreht made the motion to allow Daniel Faine to sell shoes on Friday, June 27, 2014, second by Baumgartner and carried. Fee for this being $20. After discussion, Councilpersen Gottbreht made the motion to appoint Denise Halvorson as temporary city auditor until Shelley returns from medical leave, sec- ond by Baumgartner and carried. The meeting adjourned at 11 a.m. Shelley Counts, City Auditor Jesse Marion, Mayor (July 14) Summons SUMMONS TURTLE MOUNTAIN TRIBAL COURT JUVENILE DIVISION TURTLE MOUNTAIN RESERVATION BELCOURT, ND In the matter of KELLIN AMYOTTE, date of birth: July 28, 2013. Pamela Baker Petitioner(s), SUMMONS vs. JV-NO. 14-3026 Rolette County Social Services, Tamara Amyotte, ) and Derek Halvorson ) Respondent(s) ) TO THE ABOVE-NAMED RESPONDENT(S): You are hereby summoned and required to appear and defend against the Petition in this action, which is on file with the Turtle Mountain Tribal Court in Belcourt, North Dakota, and herewith served upon you, by serv- ing upon the undersigned a written answer, or other proper response, within forty (40) days of service of this summons upon you, exclusively of this date of service. If you fail to do so, judgement by default will be taken against you for the relief and demand in this petition or complaint. Dated and signed this 6th day of May, 2014 Mandy Davis Clerk of Court Turtle Mountain Tribal Court PO Box 900 Belcourt, ND 58316 (July 14, 21 and 28, 2014) Notice of intent NOTICE OF INTENT TO REQUEST THE RELEASE OF FUNDS July 14, 2014 Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians dlbla Turtle Mountain Housing Authority PO. Box 620, Belcourt, ND 58316-0620 701-477-5673 These notices shall satisfy two separate but related procedural requirements for activities to be undertaken by the Turtle Mountain Housing Authority. REQUEST FOR THE RELEASE OF FUNDS On or about October 25, 2009, the Turtle Mountain Housing Authority will submit a request to the U.S. De- partment of Housing and Urban Development on behalf of The Turtle Mountain Housing Authority for the release of the Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) funds under 24 CFR Part 1000, Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act o11996 (NAHASDA) to un- dertake the purchase of 160 acres, more or less, or real estate for the purpose of future construction of low-in- come housing. Estimated funding from NAHASDA is $250.000.00. The subject property is located in the SE/4 of Section 33, Township 163 North, Range 70 West, 5th Principal Meridian, Rolette County, North Dakota. FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT The Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians d/b/a Turtle Mountain Housing Authority has determined that the project will have no significant impact on the human environment. An Environmental Impact State- ment under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA), therefore, is not required. Additional proj- ect information is contained in the Environmental Re- view Record (ERR) on file at the Turtle Mountain Housing Authority, one fourth mile South of Highway 5, Belcourt, ND 58316 (and may be examined or copied weekdays 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.). PUBLIC COMMENTS Any individual, group, or agency disagreeing with this determination or wishing to comment on the project may submit written comments to the Turtle Mountain Housing Authority. All comments received by July 21, 2014, will be considered by the Turtle Mountain Housing Authority prior to authorizing submission of a request for release of funds. Comments should specify which No- tice they are addressing. RELEASE OF FUNDS ABBREVIATED NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT/AMEND ADMINISTRATIVE RULES relating to the Multi-State LotteP/ Office of Attorney General will hold a public hearing to address proposed changes to the N.D. Administrative Code article 10-16. North Dakota Lottery office 1050 East Interstate Ave. Suite 200 Bismarck, ND Monday, August 11, 2014 2:00 p.m. CT The proposed amendments addressing changes to General Rules, Retailer, Conduct and Play, 2by2 Game, and North Dakota Lottery Players Club Points for Prizes and Points for Drawings are emergency rules with a declared effective date as interim final rules of July 6, 2014. A copy of the proposed rules may be obtained by calling 701-328-1574. Written comments may be submitted to the North Dakota Lottery office, 1050 East Interstate Ave., Suite 200, Bismarck, ND 58503-5574 until August 22, 2014. If you plan to attend the hearing and will need special facilities or assistance relating to a disability, please contact the North Dakota Lottery office at the above telephone number or address at least 5 days prior to the public hearing, Dated this 30th day of June, 2014 Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem The Turtle Mountain Housing Authority certifies to the U.S. Department 01 Housing and Urban Develop- ment that Peter Davis, in his capacity as Turtle Mountain Housing Authority Executive Director, consents to ac- cept the jurisdiction of the Federal Courts if an action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relation to the en- virenmental review process and that these responsibil- ities have been satisfied. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's approval of the cer- tification satisfies its responsibilities under NEPA and re- lated laws and authorities, and allows the Turtle Mountain Housing Authority to use Program funds. OBJECTIONS TO THE RELEASE OF FUNDS The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban De- velopment will accept objections to its release of funds and the Turtle Mountain Housing Authority certification for a period of fifteen days following the anticipated sub- mission date or its actual receipt of the request (whichever is later) onty if they are made on one of the following bases: (a) the certification was not executed by the Certifying Officer of the Turtle Mountain Housing Authority; (b) the Turtle Mountain Housing Authority has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding re- quired by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban De- velopment regulations at 24 CFR Part 1000 and 24 CFR Part 58; (c) the grant recipient has committed funds or incurred costs not authorized by 24 CFR Part 1000 be- fore the approval of a release of funds by the U.B. De- partment o1 Housing and Urban Development or North Dakota Division of Community Services; or (d) another Federal agency, acting pursuant to 24 CFR Part 1000 and 24 CFR Part 58, has submitted a written finding that the project is unsatisfactory from the standpoint of envi- ronmental quality. Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the required procedures of 24 CFR Part 1000 and 24 CFR Part 58, and shall be addressed to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Region VIII Office, 8ADE, 1670 Broadway Street, Colorado 80202-4801. Potential ob- jectors should contact the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and DCS to verify the actual last day of the objection period. Peter Davis Turtle Mountain Housing Authority Executive Director (July 14) Rolla City Council ROLLA CITY COUNCIL TUESDAY JULLY 8, 2014 UNOFFICIAL MINUTES 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 8, 2014, the special meet- ing of the Rolla City Council was called to order by Mayor Scott Mitchell. Present were council members Rebecca Albert, Christopher Albertson, Lyman Bereier, Patrick Hemmy and LeAnn Vollmer. Absent: Councilman Jerry Sparrow Mayor Mitchell turned the meeting over to Kent Rit- terman, Dan Portlock and Brian Julius of Moore Engi- neering. Cost projections and water quality comparisons were presented by Moore Engineering for three project options which are the upgrading of the water treatment plant and Re system; pumhasing water from All Sea- sons Water Users or purchasing water from Belcourt Public Utilities. Discussion was held on the cost of getting water to the distribution system if water is purchased from either All Seasons Water Users or Belcourt Public Utilities, where to tie in to the current system, water rights, water quality, terms of contract, user rate increase and ne- cessity of backup system and maintaining water plant if needed for emergency situations. More information to be presented at a future council meeting. Next regular city council meeting is on July 16, 2014. Meeting adjourned at 5:45 p.m. Scott Mitchell, Mayor ATTEST: Mae Murphy, City Auditor Dated 07/09/14 2 Next regular city council meeting will be held on July 16th There being no further business, Mayor Mitchell ad- journed the meeting Scott Mitchell, Mayor ATTEST: Mae Murphy, City Auditor (July 14) Termination summons IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SPOKANE SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION - TERMINATION STATE OF WASHINGTON TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN AND TO: 1. DONOVAN DUMONT, parent of EMMA POITRA, DOB 1/15/13, termination Petition 14-7-00132-3, filed 1/30/14. A Petition to Terminate Parental Rights has been filed in the above court. A Fact Finding hearing will be held on this matter on August 7, 2014 at 9:00 am at the Spokane County Juvenile Justice Center, 1208 W. Mal- Ion, Spokane, WA 99201. YOU SHOULD BE PRESENT AT THIS HEARING. THE HEARING WILL DETERMINE IF YOUR PARENTAL RIGHTS TO YOUR CHILD ARE TERMI- NATED. IF YOU DO NOT APPEAR AT THE HEARING THE COURT MAY ENTER AN ORDER IN YOUR AB- SENCE TERMINATING YOUR PARENTAL RIGHT. To request a copy of the Notice, Summons and Ter- mination Petition, call DSHS at (509) 363-3550. To view information about your rights in this proceeding go to www.atg.wa.gov/'r R M aspx. TIMOTHY W. FITZGERALD Spokane County Clerk By GLENDA VOGT, Deputy Clerk (July 7, 14 and 21) % for up to 48 months* when you purchase a new Bobcat" skid-steer loader OR Rebates up Io $2,600* in lieu of financing % for up to 48 months* when you purchase a new Bobcat utility vehicle -- OR -- Rebates up to $1,100' in lieu of financing t1% for up to 36 months* when yJ purchase a new Bobcat aflachemtn Grow your U Lushness, gain versatlllly, replece idss.efilcent ms.ides wHh one c4 te dozens el poweJI, hurato Bobcat a,achments. Dunszm The Kelvin Homemakers met on Thursday at the Pride Dairy for the June 26th meeting. Six members were present. Bryan, Sherry and Landan Ar- mentrout were weekend houseguests of Karen and Steve Rude, of rural Parshall. Rodney and Marlene Armentrout were visitors in Devils Lake on Sun- day evening. Lorraine and Susie Millang, Lau- rene and Willard Olson, Luann Soland and Lindsay, Jacob and Sky- lar Holiday helped Lola Knox cele- brate her birthday on Monday. Rodney and Marlene Armentrout attended the 60th wedding anniver- sary for Floyd and Carmen Richard at their home on Friday. Camron and Tanner Millang vis- ited Susie Millang on Saturday. Minnie Flynn attended the con- vention of the North Dakota Ameri- can Legion over the last weekend in June in Minot. Arla Rothe, of Elgin, is the new auxiliary president. Alyssa Millang visited her grand- mother, Susie Millang, on Sunday. Susie Millang reports that her son, Kip, and nephew, Merritt Carl- son, are on a two week mission in Kenya, Africa. Kathy Gregory, Randy and Lori Abrahamson and Vivian Abraham- Minnie Flynn son spent three days in Grand Forks where they attended the wedding of Kelly Abrahamson and Kaylee Olson. Among the 214 guests at the reception were Martin and Twila Pe- terson, Terri Peterson, Dawn and Larry Allard, Kevin and Kristin A1- lard and Kooper and Kensey Allard, of Dunseith. Jason and Penny Gregory spent the weekend at Kathy Gregory's home. Randy and Lori Abrahamson visited on Sunday morning. Connie Sime and Susie Millang were in Rugby for medical attention on Monday. Joy Peterson spent July 4th with Scott and Leslie Peterson and other family members at the Peterson farm. Rodney and Marlene Armentrout drove to Cavalier on Friday where they were joined by Shauna and Alden Henry for a trip to Elk River, Minnesota, for a Vandal family re- union. They all returned home on Sunday. Minnie Flynn drove to Minot on Thursday to keep an eye appoint- ment and to do some shopping. Jill Tinjum came from Powers Lake to visit her father, Jack Flynn, on Tuesday. Kent Abrahamson and family vis- ited Kathy Gregory on Sunday. Curt and Denise Halvorson, Shel- ley Counts, Ashley Counts and Floyd and Luella Dion were at the Clayton Lider home for a potluck dinner on July 4. Curt and Denise Halvorson vis- ited the Williams family reunion at Lake Metigoshe in the evening of July 4. Mark and Karen Wendt, Shirley Wendt, of Seattle; Lana Veke, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota; and Gin- ger Poitra, of Betcourt, were guests of Gary LaRocque at meals on Wednesday. The Wendt's and Lana Veke have been in the Dunseith area visiting Ginger Poitra and Gary LaRocque. Kamille Abrahamson and Desmond and Natalie Abrahamson were Saturday morning visitors of Kathy Gregory. Jason and Penny Gregory were at Kathy Gregory's for the weekend. Nettle Peterson, Michele, Jared and Madalyn Peterson, from Crosby, Kathy Gregory, Greg and Monica and children, Devon Peterson and friend, and Seth and Tiffany Bercier and family, of Rolla, gathered on Saturday evening for a celebration of Madalyn's 12th birthday. The fireworks at the Sky Dancer Casino were fabulous again this year. The display tops off the 4th of July for alot of us locals. Music camp will feature jazz bands, vocal groups, concert band and dance Session 5 at the INTERNA- TIONAL MUSIC CAMP climaxes with a series of performances featur- ing Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Concert Band and Dance groups. IMC student performances start at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, July 19th, with a Vocal Jazz and Jazz Band Concert at the Masonic Auditorium. The band concerts will start at 1:30 p.m. in the Burdick Center for the Per- forming Arts. Jennifer McAllister of Saskatoon, SK will direct the Moun- tie and Ranger Bands and Dr. Colleen Richardson of the University of Western Ontario in London, ON will direct the International Youth Band and International Wind En- semble. The IMC School of Dance Recital begins at 3:30 p.m. immedi- ately following the band concert. The Dance performances will be held in the Burdick Center for the Performing Arts, and are directed by Barbara Ehnes, formerly of Brandon, MB. Current enrollment for the 5th Session is comprised of over 330 stu- dents coming from the US, Canada, Austria, Ecuador, Germany, Hon- duras, Ireland, Luxembourg, Nor- way, Spain, and Switzerland. Bobcat 9%1or up to 60 months* '" when you purchase a new Bobcat compact excavator OR 0/0 for up to 42 months* when you purchase a new Rebates up to $6,000" in lieu of financing Bobcat all-wheel steer loader  PLUS -- -- OR  , Rebales up to $3,100' in lieu oninang Rebates up to $1,500 on select models O0/ for up to 24 months* 09% for up t 60 mnths* /0 wheny0upurchaseanew i '" when you purchase a new Toolcat TM utility work machine II Bobcat compact track loader -- OR  --- OR -- Rebates up to $1,300' in lieu of financing Rebates up to $3,900' in lieu of financing RECIEVE $500 OFF* a n6w Iosder 0r excavator when  purchase a new Bobcat utily vehlcid, Choose tram a cxxrcact track idegar, skid-steer loader, all-wheel sleet Ioaer or <ornpaid excavator SKID STEER LOADERS. TOOLCATS 1993 Bobcat 743 B 2793 hrs., open station, foot ........ s7,000 1992 Bobcat 753 2400 hrs., foot, open cab, bkt.......q 1,500 1998 Bobcat 753 3300 hrs., open station, foot ......... s10,500 2002 NH 665 3200 hrs., foot .................................. s11,500 2011 Bobcat 5130 650 hrs., H51 ,foot ...................... s20,500 2010 Bobcat 5185 2811 hrs., cab/heal, foot control, power, bobloch, bucket & forks ..................................... 21,500 2006 Bobcat 5205 3536 hrs., foot, H51, bkt, new eng .......... s23,500 2008 Bobcat $205 1665 hrs., cab/heat, 2sp, foot .......$27,500 2007 Case 435 2003 hrs., cab/heat/AC, SJC ......... q9,500 2009 Bobcat 5630 364 hrs., A71 Foot ..................... '38,500 2012 Bobcat 5650 1000 hrs., A91, ACS, Air ride seat..?37,500 2005 Bobcat 5250 3100 hrs., Gold, 2sp, ACS, Loegering VTS track system($4,000) .................. s27,900 2002 Bobcat $300 3280 hrs., Cab/heat, new fires, foot control. ?23,600 2011 Bobcat S750 1286 hrs., A71, ACS, 2sp ........ s41,000 2011 Bobcat $750 350 hrs., A71, ACS, 2sp, 80" LP bkt-..., s47,000 2012 Bobcat $750 124 hrs., A71, foot, 2 sp, grapple.... ?48,000 2013 Bobcat $750 250 hrs., A91, SJC ..................... s47,000 2011 Bobcat 5850 500 hrs., A51, foot, EBH, radio ........ s46,500 2006 Bobcat 5600 1900 hrs., cab/alr/heat, HF......729,500 TRACK LOADERS 2004 Bobcat T300 2218 hrs, gold, foot .................. 26,000 2009 Case C185 1486 hrs., cob/heat/AC, 2 sp, foot control, s31,000 2OI 1 Bobcat T650 1254 hrs., A71, SJC ................... s39,500 2012 Bobcat T650 t200 hrs., A91, ACS, S w/17" tracks, 2Sl:d...s45,500 2011 NH C238 400 hrs., cab/air/heat, 2 sp, joystick control ............................................. s49,500 2011 Bobcat T750 950 hrs., A71 pkg., roller susp., air ride seat, 2 sp radio ......................................... s53,500 2011 Bobcat T750 1 850 hrs., A91, foot, rigid .......... s46,500 2013 Bobcat T870 1550 hrs.,A9 I, SJC, Radio ........ s57,000 3 -Bobcat S590's 3 -Bobcat S570's Call for Hrs & Details HEAVY EQUIPMENT 1998 Kom PC200 8000 hrs., cab/heat/AC, Pilot, static thumb, ext boom, swamp pads ............................. s65,000 TRACTORSUTILITY VEHICLES 2010 Bobcat CT225 335 hrs., turf tire, 7TL .............. s14,500 2012 JD 550 20 hrs., 4 seat, XUV, Like New! ....... el0,000 CALL FOR AVAILABILITY AND PRICES!l! MOWERS 2005 Walker MTGHS 1445 hrs., Zero turn, bagger.. ?5,500 2008 Gravely 148Z 1546 hrs., 3 bog power bagger ......... s5,500 2008 Gravely 1934FX 582 hrs., stand up, steel catch bagger.S3,000 2008 JD X540 173 hrs., 54" deck ........................... 5,000 2009 Gravely PM152M 1252 hrs., Bagger ............... s3,500 2009 Dixie Chopper 811ver Hawk 70 hrs., 50" Deck. ?4,750 2010 Dixie Chopper Silver Eagle, 70 hrs., 50" Deck .......... s6,500 2011 Grass Hopper 7212D, 41 hrs, Cab/heat, deck & blower ........................................................ q 5,000 2012 JD Z930A, 58 hrs., like new, 60" Deck, 25.5 hp, 60" deck. )10,300 2012 Gravely ZTXL42 35 hrs., Like new, 42" Deck... ?3,899 2012 Cub Cadet LTX 1050 66 hrs., Hydro, 50" deck, Nice...Sl,550 2012 Grasshopper 930D, 50 hrs, Diesel, elec. lift, like new. q 4,000 2013 Gravely PM260H 18 hrs., New warranty, deme. 710,899 2013 Huskvarna R322T 2 hrs., Rider, AWD, 22hp, 48" deck.. ?5,350 2013 Cub Cadet $48 Force 12 hrs., Zero turn, Bagger ......... s4,200 Divisions of Ironhlde Equipment Bobcat of Grand Forks I Bebcat of Devils Lake I Bobcat of wmiston 701.772.5006 701.662.5331 701.572.5050 w.goironhide.com Friday Night Festival of the Arts Performance - Friday, July 18th, 8:00 PM. The IMC Faculty Jazz Band takes the stage in the Masonic Auditorium on Friday, July 18 at 8:00 p.m. The eighteen-member band is made up of the artist-teaching staff from the IN- TERNATIONAL MUSIC CAMP and will present a mixture of jazz standards, swing and big band music, as well as original compositions for big band. The Faculty Big Band will be led by Dr. Dean McNeill from the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The International Festival of the Arts Series is a summer long pro- gram-designed to provide valuable, educational musical experiences for the International Music Camp stu- dents and the surrounding communi- ties. All the concerts are free and open to the public. The International Festival of the Arts Series 2014 is supported by Rolette State Bank, Dunseith Community Betterment Club, Dacotah State Bank of Rolla, Greater Bottineau Area Chamber of Commerce, 1st National Bank of Bottineau, Rolla Chamber of Com- merce, Greater Rugby Area Conven- tion & Visitors Bureau and the International Peace Garden. We're the TIRE SPECIALISTS! Always Reasonable Prices! NORTH CENTRAL TIRE Phone 477-6363 -- Rolla for more details! Turtle Mountain Housing Authority, T.D.H.E. The Turtle Mountain Housing Authority, T.D.H.E. will be accepting bids for the following Project. The contractor will supply all labor. The scope of work can be picked up at the TMHA Main office from Roland Desjarlais. Each scope of work has the specific requirements for bidding procedures. Removal and replacement of Shingles at Home Owner Scattered site Bonding will be required on this project before contract is awarded. Bonding to be supplied to TMHA within ten (10) working days of bid award, if not supplied within allotted time from bid award notice, TMHA will go to next bidder within budget. Successful bidder will be required to provide a 100% Performance & Payment Bond, or 25% Letter of Credit, or 20% Cash Bond set up payable to TMHA within ten (10) working days of receipt of bid award letter in order to proceed with signing of con- tract and notice to proceed. Project start date shall be date of Notice to Proceed. Workers Compensation documents will be required before contract award, TMHA listed as third party policy holder on insurance document. Workers Compensation will be required for any subcontractors on project. Payroll records will be required weekly for general contractor and subcon- tractors. All requirements in specifications available at TMHA, more items required on scope of work. INDIAN PREFERENCE WILL APPLY FOR THIS PROJECT. Bids must be received and punched in by 1:00 p.m. on Date July 18, 2014 at the TMHA Main Office. Please verify Main Office clock time. Bid Opening will be at 1:305 p.m. Date July, 18, 2014 at the TMHA Main Office Building. For more information on a scope of work please contact Roland Desjarlais at (701)477-5673. TMHA reserves the right to waive any informality and/or reject any and all bids.