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Page 12 Notice to creditors IN DISTRICT COURT OF ROLETTE COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, NORTHEAST JUDI- CIAL DISTRICT, In the Matter of the Estate of SAYLES W. JOHNSTON, Deceased. COURT FILE NO. 40-2021-PR-00011 ,. NO11CE TO CREDIT ORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above estate. All persons having claims against the said Decedent are required to present their claims within three (3) 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 Whitney M. Irish, Vogel Law Firm, 218 NP Avenue, PO Box 1389, Fargo, ND 58107-1389, Donna Dietz, 6249 Victory Dr., Ave Maria, FL 34142, as Personal Representative of the Estate, or filed with the Court. Dated thisaoth day of June, 2021. Donna Dietz Personal Representative Whitney M. Irish (#07240) wirish@vogellaw.com VOGEL LAW FIRM 218 NP Avenue PO Box 1389 Fargo, ND 58107-1389 Telephone: 701.237.6983 Attorneys for Personal Representative (July 12, 19 and 26, 2021) Summons NOTICE OF SUMMONS IN DISTRICT COURT, NORTHEAST CENTRAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT COUNTY OF ROLETTE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA Steven Schroeder and Tracy Schroeder, Summons Civil No. 40-2021 - CV~00056 Plaintiffs, VS. Michael D. McLaughlin, Rolette County, North Dakota, a public corporation, and all other persons unknown having or claiming any estate or interest in, or lien or encunbrance upon, the prqperty described in the Complaint, whether as heirs, devisees, Iegatees or personal representatives of any deceased person or under any other title or interest, Defendants. THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE- NAME DEFENDANTS: You are hereby summoned to answer the Com- plaint of the Plaintiffs in the above entitled action, which is on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the Northeast Judicial District, in and for the County of Rolette, State of North Dakota, and to serve a copy of your Answer on the undersigned attorney within twenty- one (21) days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day -ot service. In the case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment Will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated at Cando, North Dakota, this 9th day of June, 2021 . BY: Nathan Gibbons (ND License No. 07111) OF: GIBBENS LAW OFFICE PO. Box 708 Cando, ND 58324 701-968-3342 nathan@gibbenslaw.com ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF NOTICE OF NO PERSONAL CLAIM TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS, AND TO EACH OF THEM: You are hereby notified that the object of the above entitled action is the quieting of title in the Plaintiffs to the following described real estate, to-wit: E1/2w1/2NE1/4, Section 15, Township 161 North, Range 73 West, Rolette County, North Dakota. and excluding any and all of the Defendants from any interest in or lien upon the above described real as tate. Dated at Cando, North Dakota, this 9th day of June, 2021 BY: Nathan Gibbens (ND License No. 07111) OF: GIBBENS LAW OFFICE PO. Box 708 Cando, ND 58324 701-968-3342 nathan@gibbenslaw.oom ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF (July 12, 19 and 26, 2021) Notice to creditors IN DISTRICT COURT OF ROLETTE COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, NORTHEAST JUDI- CIAL DISTRICT, In the Matter of the Estate of RICHARD M. HUOVINEN, Deceased. Probate No. 40-2021 -PR-0001 2 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned have been appointed personal representatives 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 be either presented to Tami Marie Hroinen, R0. Box 1025, Rolla, ND 58367-1025 or filed with the Court. Dated this 30th day of June, 2021. Tami Marie Huovinen, PR ‘ Box 1025, Rolla, ND 58367-1025 Arne F. Boyum, Attorney at Law PO. Box 908 Rolla, ND 58367 Attorney for Estate Phone: (701) 477-5637 afboyumlaw@yahoo.com First publication on the 51h day of July, 2021. (July 5, 12 and 19, 2021) 1. Have something new to talk -* about with famin 3. Fihda neuriob for salein the 4. LOL; a: the comics. 5. Get the-411 an the latest local hot spots; St. John School Board ST. JOHN SCHOOL BOARD REGULAR SESSION MONDAY, MAY 24, 2021 The St. John Board of Education met in regular ses- sion Monday, May 24, 2021 at 7:00pm in the Library. Members present: Bernie Belgarde, Russell Cain, Amy Goumeau, and Alan Berginski. Members absent were Monti LaVaIIie. Administra- tive staff present were Superintendent, Paul Frydenlund and Business Manager,’Mary Vandal. President Bernie Belgarde called the meeting to order at 7:03pm. Amy Goumeau moved to approve the minutes of the April 21, 2021 regular board meeting, as presented. Second by Alan Berginski. 0n roll call vote all were in favor. Motion carried. Russell Cain moved to approve the minutes of the May 14, 2021 special board meeting, as presented. Sec ond by Amy Goumeau. On roll call vote all were in favor. Motion carried. A Alan Berginski moved to approve the financial re- ports for April 2021 and to pay all claims for May 2021: GENERAL FUND: Claims ~ $230.306.46, PAYROLL $464,121.33, WITHHOLDINGS $95,993.62; FOOD SERVICES: $25,775.59; ACTIVITY FUND: $12,891.96. Second by Russell Cain. On roll call vote all were in favor. Motion carried. Checking 1 Fund: 01 GENERAL FUND VENDOR AMOUNT 1 STOP MARKET 86.43 AJ'S TS 8. ENGRAVING 655.00 ATLAS BUILDING MAINTENANCE INC, 2,221.47 BELL BANK 4,952.00 BRIAN SAYLOR 100.00 CAROL HOOVER 400.00 CENTER COAL COMPANY 1,747.10 CITY OF ST. JOHN 1,328.70 CLUTE OFFICE EQUIPMENT 336.86 CNH CAPITAL AMERICA LLC 966.28 COLE PAPERS, INC. 80.13 COMPUTER STORE, THE 3,777.11 CONNECTING POINT 4,059.00 D at B PIZZA 885.25 DACOTAH BANK 3,386.06 DONALD L. DAVIS 400.00 DOUG AND MARY'S JACK AND JILL 399.90 FIRE EXTINGUISHING . SYSTEMS INCORPORATED 279.80 FIRST BOOK MARKETPLACE 285.70 GERRELLS SPORTS CENTER, INC. 68.00 GREG MASTENBROOK 400.00 GUSTAFSON OIL AND PROPANE 00. 8,663.09 HARLOW’S BUS SALES 297.98 HEART OF AMERICA MEDICAL CENTER 20.15 ICARE ELECTRONIC'REPAIR 400.00 INTERSTATE BOOKS-4-SCHOOL 1,046.57 IXL LEARNING 7,350.00 JANELLE WIEDRICH 30.44 JASON R BLUE 252.00 JESSLYN HALL 138.06 JIM ALLICK 100.00 JS WHOLESALE AND VENDING 135.84 LEEVERS FOODS 227.16 LISA MILLER 11.00 MEARS IMPLEMENT 41.31 MINOT PUBLIC SCHOOLS 4,363.39 MUNRO’S ACE HARDWARE 268.96 NDCEL 325.00 NORTH CENTRAL EDUCATION COOPERATIVE (NCEC) 1,308.00 NORTH COUNTRY SWEETS 288.00 OTTERTAIL POWER COMPANY 6,946.25 PAUL FRYDENLUND 2,543.81 PEACE GARDEN CONSORTIUM 16,822.57 RADISSON HOTEL BISMARCK 86.40 ROLETTE COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT 11,250.00 ROLETTE COUNTY SHERIFF‘S OFFICE 2,000.00 ROLLA COUNTRY CLUB 2,690.30 ROLLA IMPLEMENT 7,682.77 RUSSELL CAIN 400.00 RUTH BERGINSKI 66.15 SHERRY MANNING 309.91 SQUARE DEAL GROCERY 33.59 STEIN’S INC. 205.25 STEPHANIE ANDERSON 699.70 SUNNY 101 .9IKBTO FM 99.00 TOMMY BELGARDE 100.00 TUOMALA PLUMBING 5,745.44 TURTLE MT. COMMUNICATIONS 812.84 TURTLE MT. STAR 759.72 UNITED LABORATORIES INC 1,081.82 US FOODS 2,074.63 VlSA-CARDMEMBER SERVICE 21 ,522.31 VOGEL LAW FIRM 295.00 WELLS FARGO VENDOR FIN SERV 656.87 Fund Total: 137,066.07 Checking 1 Fund: 03 BUILDING FUND VENDOR AMOUNT BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA 11,083.06 LOWE’S GARDEN CENTER AND FLORAL 1,007.33 MARION TRUCKING 81 CONSTRUCTION 80,000.00 SATELLITE SHELTERS INC 1,150.00 Fund Total: 93,240.39 Checking Account Total: 230,306.46 Checking 5 Fund: 05 FOOD SERVICES . VENDOR AMOUNT 1 STOP MARKET 558.60 ATLAS BUILDING MAINTENANCE INC, 2,088.61 CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING CO OF FARGO 7,396.87 JS WHOLESALE AND VENDING 3,098.47 LEEVERS FOODS 186.42 SQUARE DEAL GROCERY 76.16 SUNRISE DELIVERY, INC. 2,323.74 US FOODS 10,046.72 ' Fund Total: 25,775.59 Checking Account Total: 25,775.59 Superintendent, Paul Frydenlund gave the princi- pals' reports. A motion to approve Superintendent of the Rolette High School, Wade Sherwin, to serve on the Cain. Sec- ond by Alan Berginski. On roll call vote, all were in favor. Motion carried. Amy Goumeau motioned to approve a revision to the St. John School District #3 Restart Health Plan. Sec- ond by Russell Cain. On roll call vote, all were in favor. Motion carried. Upon recommendation from administration, Russell Cain moved to approve the following list of coaching as- signments for the 2021-22 scth yeah-The football as- sistant coach is Eli Luna, the volleyball junior high coach is Samantha Gustafson, the boys' basketball head coach is Christopher Thomas, the boys‘ basketball jun- ior high coach is Ell Luna, and the girls’ basketball 5th and 61h grade coach is Dustin Wawryk. Second by Amy Goumeau. On roll call vote all were in favor. Motion car- ried. A proposal to resurface the St. John School track by JB Surfaces Inc. was presented to the Board. A mo— tion was made by Alan Berginski to approve the pro- posal. Second by Amy Goumeau. On roll call vote all were in favor. Motion carried. The Star Pick some potatoes fOr potassium Ratification of the Teacher Master Contract for 2021-2023 was considered. Page five of the contract currently states the following: Personal leave will accu- mulate from year to year, up to a total of seven (7) days. Unused personal leave will be bought back by the School District at the rate of $40.00 per day payable after accumulation offive (5) days". The proposed change in language is as follows: Personal leave will ac— cumulate from year to year. Accumulated personal leave greater than five (5) days at the end of the scth year will be bought back by the School District at the substi- tute rate of pay per day. Upon teacher termination all personal days will be paid out by the School District at the substitute rate of pay per day". Russell Cain mo- tioned to approve the above change in language. Sec- ond by Alan BerginSki. On roll call vote all were in favor. Motion carried. Amy Goumeau moved to approve the “Master Food Service Agreement for 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 SY” with the NDESC or North Dakota Educators Service Co- operative. The St. John School District #3 elects to par- ticipate in the solicitation for Food Distribution Supplies which will be awarded by May of 2022. Second by Alan Berginski. On roll call vote all were in favor. Motion car ried. A proposal to clean the school’s HVAC System by STEAMATIC Restoration 8. Cleaning was reviewed by the Board. Russell Cain motioned to approve. Second by Alan Berginski. On roll call vote all were in favor. Mo- tion carried. The proposal from Marco Technologies, LLC to re- place and upgrade the classroom sound systems with new Audio Enhancement equipment and to implement an Audio Enhancement EPIC Solution for paging, bells, intercom, and classroom cameras was reviewed. Amy Goumeau motioned to approve. Second by RUssell Cain. On roll call vote all were in favor. Motion carried. Superintendent, Frydenlund reported on the follow- ing items. Purchase of a new or used hydraulic lift is being considered. The school board would like to extend a “Thank You" to First Community Credit Union for their $400 donation to the reading fair. The reading fair had a very successful turnout. Paul Frydenlund, Mary Vandal, and Bernie Belgarde will be attending the NDCEL meet- ing June 3rd in Bismarck. ESSER Training will be pro- vided. The application to NDDPI for the school construction project was re-submitted. Stipends will be paid to certified staff and paras for summer activities such as the Summer Academy, FCCLA National Con- vention, and the ND Indian Summit. Location of the weight room was discussed again. Northland Clinic will hold a vaccination and physical clinic at the school in July. Co-ops were discussed re- garding girls’ wrestling, baseball, golf, and girls’ softball. Driver Education classes started today, May 24th. The next meeting date is scheduled for Wednesday, June 23, 2021 at 7:00pm. There being no further busi- ness, President Belgarde declared the meeting ad- journed at 8:50pm. ATI'EST: Mary Vandal, Business Manager APPROVED: Bernie Belgarde, School Board President ST. JOHN SCHOOL BOARD SPECIAL SESSION JUNE 14, 2021 The St. John Board of Education held a special board meeting on Monday, June 14, 2021 at 8:00 am in the school library. Members present: Bernie Belgarde, Amy Goumeau, and Russell Cain by phone. Members absent: Alan Berginski and Monti LaVaI- Iie. Administrative staff present were Superintendent, Paul Frydenlund and Business Manager, Mary Vandal. President, Bernie Belgarde called the meeting to order at 8:10am. The purpose of the Special Board Meeting is to can- vass and approve the votes from the June 8, 2021 scth board election and to approve updates to the In- dian Policy and Procedures. Business Manager, Mary Vandal reported the num- ber of votes cast in the June 8, 2021 election with the fol- lowing results. The total number of votes cast were 15 (fifteen). On the election of office Bernie Belgarde had 15 (fifteen) votes, Russell Cain had 14 (fourteen) votes, and Amy Gourneau had 1 (one) write-in vote. On the question of publishing the minutes there were 13 (thir- teen) votes for publishing and 2 (two) votes against pub- lishing. There were 0 (zero) absentee ballots, 0 (zero) set-aside ballots, and 0 (zero) rejected ballots. The Board canvassed the votes. Amy Goumeau moved to approve the election results. Bernie Belgarde and Rus- sell Cain were both elected to 'each fill a three-year term; from the rural population. The board meeting minutes will continue to be published. Second by Russell Cain. On roll call vote, all were in favor. Motion carried. Updates to the IPP or Indian Policy and Procedures By Julie Garden-Robinson Food and Nutrition Specialist NDSU Extension When I was young, my midsum- mer task was to “sneak” potatoes from the sides of the potato hills in our garden. We all liked cooked baby red po- tatoes served with butter, salt and pepper. We usually had fresh green beans and a lettuce salad along with some type of meat to complete our ' meal from the garden. were made. A motion was made by Russell Cain to ap- r prove the updated procedures. Second by Amy Goumeau. On roll call vote all were in favor. Motion'CaITled. ':rvr-» q. The next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, June 23,‘ 2021 at 7:00pm. There being no further busi- ness, President Belgarde declared the meeting ad- journed at 8:15am. A'I'I'EST: Mary Vandal, Business Manager APPROVED: Bernie Belgarde, School Board President (July 19, 2021) . EAT LOOAL. SPETIO LOOAL. ENJOY LOOAL. IT TAKES YOII TO START TIIE TBEIO. SUPPORT THE LOCAL BUSINESSES HO SUPPORT THE AREA WHERE YO l LIVE, WORK AND PLAY. " AGENDA ROLETTE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ROLETTE COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA July 20 2021 .9200 AM 9:00 AM Gilbert Handeland, Rolette Shop 9:30 AM County Department Heads 10:00 AM Mike Stewart, Emergency Manager — SIRN Radio Project 10:30 AM Turtle Mountain Mikinaak Ode Shelter Request for Funding Other: Tetratech Letter — Xcel Energy Aircraft detection lighting system tower North Central Planning Council —Annual Report Wilkie’s Sheet Metal — Invoice for Mini-split AC Unit, installed in Recorder’s Office $3,866 County Redistricting — Discuss procedure and County Redistricting Board Review of 2022 Preliminary Budget Reports from the following committees a. Road Committee Truck purchase Bridge repair by Overly; Structure 40-102-22.1 Weed Cutting notice As I was looking at my towering potato plants in my backyard garden the other day, I felt a little nostalgic. I didn’t steal any potatoes from the hills, though. I will let them grow to be large potatoes. I bought some baby red potatoes at the store to make this week’s recipe. Potatoes sometimes get a bad rap related to their role in a healthful diet. Some people avoid them. How- ever, avoiding potatoes could short- change you on several important nutrients, including potassium, com— plex carbohydrates, vitamin C, fiber (especially if you eat the skin) and other nutrients. If you slather a lot of extra ingre— dients on your cooked or baked po- tato, you may please your taste buds. However, you are not doing your overall health a huge favor by adding a lot of calories and, most likely, saturated fat. Potassium is found in abundance in potatoes. You might be aware that bananas are a potassium source. A medium banana has 425 milligrams of potassium. One medium baked potato with the skin has 925 mil- ligrams of potassium, which is more than twice as much potassium as a similar amount of banana. Potassium is so important to our overall health that the latest Nutri- tion Facts labels now feature potas- sium as one of the listed nutrients. You also will see vitamin D and added sugar on the new labels. The changes to the label crowded out vitamins A and C. We still need these nutrients, of course. The nutrition labels were ad- ‘ justed to focus on nutrients of con- cern and also keep the nutrition label the same size. You will notice that serving size is in a larger font so it catches our attention. On average, an adult healthy male age 19 and older needs 3,400 milligrams of potassium and an adult healthy female needs 2,600 milligrams. Aim to get your nutri- ents from food, and be sure to eat a variety of fruits and vegetables. Milk, yogurt and salmon also con- tribute significant amounts of potas- sium to our diet. Why is potaSsium so important, anyway? Potassium is an essential mineral and electrolyte. Our body needs potassium to help our heart and kid- neys function. Maintaining the right level _of potassium is important for your muscles and organs to function at their best. Having an adequate v amount of potassium may help with blood pressure management. Many Americans do not get the recommended amount of potassium from their diet as a result of short— changing themselves on fruits and vegetables. About 90% of adults do not meet the daily recommendations for fruits and vegetables, which stands at about 4 1/2 cups in total per day. Our needs vary based on our age and activity level. Here are a few more examples of potassium-rich foods. One cup of Swiss chard has 961 milligrams of potassium, which is even higher than the amount in potatoes. Three- fourths cup of cooked beans, such as kidney, navy or black beans, pro— vides 541 milligrams. One medium sweet potato with skin has 450 mil- ligrams and 1/4 cup of cooked spinach has 420 milligrams. Certain groups of people are more likely to have trouble getting enough potassium in their diet. Peo- ple with inflammatory bowel dis- ease (IBS) such as Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis or those who use medications such as laxatives or di- uretics are among those who may have issues getting enough potas- sium. Older adults who might have health conditions such as high blood pressure, kidney stones or osteo- porosis are another group at risk. Before makingvmajor changes in your diet, discuss them with a health-care provider. Some medical conditions require close monitoring of potassium intake. This recipe was a big hit inwmy ' ADVERTIS TRUSTED July 1 9, 2021 Potatoes provide several im- portant nutrients, including potassium, complex carbohy- drates, vitamin C and fiber. (Photo courtesy of Pixabay) house. We enjoyed it with sauteed green beans, lettuce salad and grilled pork. It reminded me of the meals from my childhood. Garlic Smashed Potatoes 1 1b. baby red, Yukon Gold or fingerling potatoes Pinch of salt (kosher or table salt), if desired 4 Tbsp. butter, melted 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 tsp. fresh thyme leaves Freshly ground black pepper to taste 1/2 c. freshly grated Parmesan Preheat oven to 425 F. In a large pot, cover potatoes with water and add a pinch of salt. Bring water to a boil and simmer until potatoes are tender, about 15 minutes. Drain and let sit until cool enough to handle. On a large-rimmed baking sheet, toss potatoes with melted butter, garlic and thyme. Using the bottom of a small glass or Mason jar, press down on potatoes to smash them into flat patties. Season with salt and pepper, then sprinkle with Parmesan. Bake until bottoms of potatoes are beginning to crisp and Parmesan is golden, about 25 min- utes. Makes six servings. Without added salt, each serving has 160 calories, 10 grams (g) fat, 4 g pro— tein, 15 g carbohydrate, 2 g fiber and 220 milligrams sodium. 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