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Augus 2, 2021 By Jason Nordmark Of The Star A new business will file its way into Rolla by this fall. Cody Tran and his wife, Hien, are preparing to offer a nail salon service at the former curling rink on the west side of town near the Rolla Dairy Queen. “We hope to be open in August or September,” said Cody, who’s been in the nail salon business for more than two decades. “That’s the plan.” The couple is awaiting equipment which Cody said was expected to ar— rive by the end of July. The duo cur— rently work in Devils Lake at a nail salon owned by Cody’s brother, which is located inside the Walmart store. Cody said that business has a the used garment store Sue and Marv ran before converting to new fumi- ture sales, there wasn’t a connection with that type of retail. “1 have retail in my blood,” Dryer said. “When they converted to fumi- ture, I jumped at the chance. Plus mom was ready to step back a bit after working six days a week for the past 32 years.” Dryer attended North Dakota State University and after earning a degree in accounting, she worked for the Payless Shoe Store chain in Min— nesota, eventually managing two stores. The company promoted her again but it came with a move to Alaska, where she oversaw anywhere from five to eight stores for around two years. While she enjoyed the challenge, Dryer said Alaska was just too far from home; She moved back to R0- lette County in 2013 and worked as an accountant for a Rolette—based business before returning to Fargo as an employee of Discovery Benefits, which put her in charge of payroll for up to 4,000 people. After five years of that came the firm,AEZS. “We don’t know the full scope yet,” McDougall said in regard to the impact it will have on the city’s budget. “There are no plans for a mass correction. We will likely just add three years on to the end (of the special assessments)” According to the auditor, a full ac- counting of the missed payments will be known by Tuesday, August 10. The three years of missed pay— ments did lead to an increase in the city’s contingency fund, a kind of “rainy day” account. Still, Mc— Dougall said there was no indication the project’s special assessments weren’t being paid, not even from the bonding company in Charge of col— lecting the payments. “There was no paperwork that I could find,” McDougall said. “(The bonding company) failed to raise a red flag as well.” Throughout the first six months on the job, McDougall has also un- covered “several accounts receiv— able” which were not kept up to date or in some cases, even billed out. She said the city’s current computer sys- tem does not track debt, which led her to start a Quickbooks program to address that issue. McDougall said the city council’s administration committee, which covers the auditor’s office, is set to meet and discuss potential changes “We ave a» County) [why here. So,We’re\. number of clients from Rolette County and it was a consistent en— couragement from those customers that solidified the choice to branch out on their own. “We have a lot of clients (from Rolette County) who wanted me to open one up here,” Cody said, refer- ring to Rolla. “So we’re going to give it a go.” The Rolla nail salon will offer much the same services as the busi- ness in Devils Lake, with similar art— Business (Continued from Page 1) big decision to move home. Dryer said she had a hankering to do so for at least a half dozen years. “In 2014, when I moved away again I really didn’t want to,” Dryer said. “I always felt a longing for home and I loved the idea of having my daughters around their grandpar- ents. Now I love that my kids get to see them everyday and I love that I do, too.” Dryer also enjoys the small-town feel of simple trips to the grocery store as well as the activities for the kids and her ability to watch those moments in person. “They love the park and pool, too,” Dryer said. “My heart just be- longed here.” Acclimating to the furniture busi- ness wasn’t a big jump for Dryer. She had been involved in store’s day—to— day efforts remotely, doing the prod- uct ordering and bookkeeping. “Being in the store is a different dynamic,” Dryer said. “I get a lot of different questions, but it’s nice knowing that mom is just a phone call away.” That, however, is another adjust— Unpaid (Continued from Page 1) going forward to make sure all the current issues don’t occur in the fu— ture. She added that Harmel’s assis- tance during the past half year has been invaluable. “I’m grateful for that service,” she said. Payments for the 2015 street im- 9. 7'! 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Dryer said it’s taking some time to assure customers that even though ‘ she’s now in charge, Sue is nearby. “I know Jessica was very happy when someone finally asked for her instead of me,” Sue recalled with a smile. Dryer said she’s really enjoying the chance to work with customers and is especially happy when they find exactly what they want. “I like when we sit down and look at different styles and build a rela- tionship,” Dryer said. “I like having my team of employees around, too. They’re a big part of our success.” The challenge of a six-day work week with two young daughters is softened by Dryer’s parents. She said her goals going forward include help- ing her two girls get acclimated to school and new friends as well as running a successful business. “I want to make sure all our cus- tomers have a great experience,” Dryer said. provement project, which cost the city in excess of $7 million, were spread out over 15 years. The city’s property owners are also paying for a 2017 seal coat project, which cost around $500,000, via special assess- ments. (u,- Cutting-Edge Wi-Fi Through our powerful smart home internet system. Complete Control Wi-Fi security and customization at your fingertips. Fully Managed Worry-free, secure Wi-Fi with 24/7 support. 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. Failure to display current boat registration Tim Bartsch, age unavailable, Rugby. Unlawful taking of big game Jake Charbonneau, 20, Belcourt, $360, sentenced to 360 days in jail, 339 days suspended, credit for one day time served, ordered to pay $2,000 restitution and placed on un- supervised probation for two years. Sentence to run concurrent with all other counts. Jake Charbonneau, 20, Belcourt, sentenced to 360 days in jail, 339 days suspended, credit for one day time served and placed on unsuper- vised probation for two years. Sen- tence to run concurrent with all other counts. Jake Charbonneau, 20, Belcourt, sentenced to 360 days in jail, 339 days suspended, credit for one day time served and placed on unsuper- vised probation for two years. Sen- tence to run concurrent with all other counts. Aiding in taking big game Jake Charbonneau, 20, Belcourt, sentenced to 21 days in jail, credit for one day time served and placed on unsupervised probation for two years. Failure to wear seat belt Gary Joseph Burcham, 24, Dun- seith. Jarrett Blake Foss, 50, Rolette. —— Robbery —— (Continued from Page 1) The chief would not comment on any other specifics of the robbery. “We’re still looking into it,” Poitra said, adding that the department is utilizing security camera footage that oversees the restaurant’s parking lot. Sandy Olson, the owner of the business, did not want to comment on the crime. News Courthouse Wanton waste of big game Jake Charbonneau, 20, Belcourt, sentenced to 20 days in jail, credit for one day time served and placed on unsupervised probation for two years. Jake Charbonneau, 20, Belcourt, sentenced to 20 days in jail, credit for one day time served and placed on unsupervised probation for two years. , Jake Charbonneau, 20, Belcourt, sentenced to 20 days in jail, credit for one day time served and placed on unsupervised probation for two years. Speeding Dawn Marie DeCoteau, 43, R0— lette. Celeste Jolynn Medrud, 42, R0- lette. BD, 16, Maple Grove, Minnesota. Greta Jean Florence, 21, Grand Forks. Kristi Joy Frank, 29, Belcourt. Raeanne Henry, 24, Belcourt. Possession of drug paraphernalia David Lee Azure Jr., 22, Belcourt, $325, sentenced to 90 days in jail, 90 days suspended, ordered to obtain an evaluation, complete recommended treatment and placed on unsuper- vised probation for one year. V w 'wV'fi'W’V—fi— Page 3 A Reckless driving Devon David Davis, 26, Dunseith, $250, sentencedhto 30 days in jail, 30 days suspended and placed on unsu- pervised probation for one year. Care required John. Possession of a controlled substance Skyeann Nadeau, 37, Dunseith, not guilty, case dismissed. lngesting a controlled substance Skyeann Nadeau, 37, Dunseith, $325, deferred imposition of sen- tence for one year. Theft of property Skyeann Nadeau, 37, Dunseith,’ not guilty, case dismissed. Driving while license ’ under revocation James M. Rodewald, 31, Bel— court, $250, sentenced to 10 days in jail, 10 days suspended and placed on unsupervised probation. 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