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August 16, 2021 The Star Page 1 1 year, giving Keller some options at ' various positions. “We have some decent size, espe- cially up front and we have some nice options offensively,” Keller noted. “We had good participation at our team camps this summer and the kids did a nice job of getting into the weight room.” The Cougars will play in a re— vamped Region 4 this season. Other teams include Bottineau, Dunseith, St. John and Towner—Granville— Upham. Under the new two-year for- mat approved by the North Dakota High School Activities Association, the top three teams from each of the six regions will make the playoffs. The Cougars remaining schedule will be against teams from Region 3. They include Benson County, Four Winds, Nelson County, New Rock— ‘ford—Sheyenne and North Star. : NP opens the season this Friday against the Rockets at home in R0- lette. Keller said at this point in the year, he’s more worried about how his kids play than trying to decipher what the, other team may or may not do. “Our mindset is to have a good day today, and then a better day to- morrow. If we do that every day this year we’ll be OK.” Curt and Joan Anfinson attended the wedding of Joan’s nephew, Alex ‘ Klingbeil, of Bottineau, to Tiason St. Claire, of Metigoshe , Saturday after,- noon at the Lake Metigoshe Chapel and the reception that followed at The Cobblestone Motel in Bottineau. Jim Foster, of Mesa, Arizona, came to the home of his sister, Joan, and Curt Anfinson Sii’ridfeg morning. That afternoon Jim and Joan went to the home of Jim’s son, Robert, and Danielle Foster and family, of Mn— nich. Jim and Joan returned to the Anfinson Farm that evening. Jim was an overnight guest of Curt and Joan and left Monday at noon. Darla Armstrong accompanied her daughter, Amanda Buchweitz, Colton, and Cora, of rural Munich, to Minot on Saturday to do some school ‘ shopping. Kevin and Dianne Johnson, of rural Rolla, were Sunday supper guests of her sister, Darla, and Daniel Armstrong. Doug Lemieux visited Daniel and Darla Armstrong Monday morning. All are of rural Rolette. Norene Knudson, of Tioga, came to the home of her sister—in—law, Carol Knudson, on Friday. The ladies went to the home of Carol Hoover, of rural St. John, and attended a Mathiason Family reunion. Norene was an overnight guest of Carol’s and they returned to the reunion on Saturday. Norene left to return home later that day. Christi Knudson and Carol Halone, of Fargo, and Aaron and Cal— lie Larson, Cullen, and Boden, of Bismarck, were weekend guests of Christi’s mother and Aaron’s grand— mother, Sheila Schmidt. Joan Anfinson visited Betty Sol- berg Thursday afternoon. Monday supper guests of Ward and Carol Beachy were Jason and Sveta Leer and Steven, of rural Wol- ford. Friday Ervin and RuthAnn Hel- muth went to Rolette where RuthAnn went to daily Mass and then joined Ervin and the other regulars at Linda’s Café for breakfast. Ervin and RuthAnn Helmuth were among those attending the open house gathering for the late Linda Hearn at the home of Arlan and Phyl- lis Yoder Friday evening. On Sunday Ervin and RuthAnn Helmuth picked up Marge Graber and they attended Mass in Rolette and then had breakfast at Linda’s Café afterwards. . Ervin Helmuth went into Rolette for breakfast at Linda’s Cafe’ Monday morning. Dale and Marge Pederson visited Steve and Beverly Neameyer Tues- day evening. ' Judy Boe and Taylor Boe, both of rural Perth, and Carly Boe and her fi- ancé, Devon Flanders, of Grand Forks, were Monday supper guests of scott and Sharon Boe, of rural Perth. Scott is Judy’s son and Scott and Sharon are Carly and Taylor’s par- ents. Cougars (Continued from Page 9) 2021-2022 Small GameZ Furbearer I and Waterfowl Proclamation Summary .I '9 ATTENTION I E I HUNTERS I ‘ The North DdrotaGame'md Flsh Department mnounceslhefollowingsurmayof I regulations and charges forthe 2021-2022 Smdl Game, FurbearerandWaterfoM Seasons. Species Opens Closes Da‘ Limit Poss. Limit ICrows (Fall) Aug. 21 Nov. 08 Crows (Spring) Mar. 12 Apr. 24 lEariy Canada Geese Missouri RrverZone) Aug. 15 Sept. 07 I Early Canada Geese (Weslem Zone) Aug. 15 Sept. 15 I Early Canada Geese (Eastern Zone) Aug. 15 Sept. 22 Doves Sept. 01 Nov. 29 15 45 IHun arian Partridge Sept. 11 Jan. 02 3 12 Q ISharp-tailed Grouse Sept. 11 Jan. 02 3 12 I Ruffed Grouse Sept. 11 Jan. 02 3 12 ITree Sqtiirrels Set. 11 Feb. 28 4 12 Sageerouse ISnipe '1 2 Sept. .11 Dec. 05 8 24 Woodcock Sept. 25 Nov. 08 ' 9 ISandhill Cranes (Unit 1) Sept. 18 Nov. 14 ISandhill Cranes (Unit 2) Sept. 18 Nov. 14 3 9 2 6 Tundra Swan Oct. 02 Dec. 31 Season limit one swan I 2,200 licenses issued by lottery (deadline — Aug. 11) I Plnnaled Grouse (Prairie chicken) Male Pheasant (youth season) Oct. 02 Oct. 03 IMale Pheasant (regular season) Oct. 09 Jan. 02 I Mountain Lion (Zone 1 Earty) (hinting) Sept. 03 Nov. 21 Mountain Lion (Zone 1 Late) (hunting) Nov. 22 Mar. 31 One per season - restricted lMountain Lion (Zone 2) (hunting) Sept. 03 Mar. 31 .. I Fisher (trapping or cable devices) Nov. 22 Nov. 28 one 9" 59350" "re-Wide I River Otter (trapping or cable devices) Nov. 22 Mar. 15 Beaver and Raccoon Year-round There is no limit on other I (hunting, trapping or underwater cable devices) Beaver and Raccoon Nov. 22 May 10 I (cable devices on land) I (type and placement restricted from Mar. 16 — May 10) CUP ANDSAVE--———-—-————————_- Weasel (trapping) Oct. 23 Mar. 15 IMuskrat and Mink (trapping) Oct. 23 May 10 furbea refs IWeasel (cable devices) NOV. 22 Mar. 15 Muskrat and Mink (cable devices) Nov. 22 May 10 IWeasel (hunting) Nov. 22 Mar. 15 I Muskrat and Mink (hunting) Nov. 22 May 10 lMuskral and Mink (restricte)d trappin'a 15 M 10 and cable devices season ar. ay IMuskrat and Mink (protective covering over float sets) May 01 May 10 IBobcat (Zone 1) (tuning orb-analog Nov. 06 Mar. 15 IBobcat (Zone 1) (cabledeiicesaiddogs) Nov. 22 Mar. 15 _ Bobcat (Zonea Nov. 22 Mar. 15 ~ ,_ ‘ Gunfire Wm, odds Woes, dogs) IRed Fox, Gray Fox, Coyote, and Badger (day hunting or trapping) Year—round IRed Fox, Gray Fox, Coyote, I and Badger (cable devices) Nov. 22 Mar. 15 Red Fox, Gray Fox, and Coyote I (night hunting) NOV. 22 Mar. 15 I Special Veteran and Active Military Limits same except IPersonnel Waterfowl Season Sept. 18 Sept. 19 "0 b00115 BWT may be taken ISpecial Youth Waterfowl Season Sept. 18 Sept. 19 no g,(g“§,i§m;;*ggtgken IPAUCKS Low Plains Unil . Sept 25 lhruDec. 06 2 (“WW I ergansers _ lCoots H'Q“ P'am ””" 8.833 181.33.? 85’ 15 , 45 IWhite-Fronted Geese Sept. 25 Dec. 05 3 9 CanadaGeese (Missouri River Zone) Sept. 25 Dec. 31 5 15 ICanada Geese (Weslern Zone) Sept. 25 Dec. 23 8 24 I Canada Geese (Eastern Zone) Sept. 25 Dec. 18 8 24 lLight Geese Sept. 25 Dec. 31 50 No Limit _----_---_---__--_—-}< IDUCKS AND MERGANSERS: SPECIESISEX RESTRICTIONS The daily bag limit of 6 ducks may include no more than 5 mallards of which only 2 may be female mallards, 1 scaup, 3 wood ducks, 1 pintail, 2 redheads, 2 canvasbacks. I IThe daily limit of 5 mergansers may include no more than 2 hooded mergansers. The I possession limit on these restricted ducks andthe hooded merganser is three times the I daily limit. In addition to the daily bag limit of ducks listed above, an additional I I 2 blue-winged teal may be taken from Sept. 25 - Oct 10. The possession limit for I all ducks is three times the dailybag limit SUMMARY OF CHANGES FROM LAST YEAR Harvest limit for otters has been increased to 25. ' I- The season on bobcat is now split into two zones. I I - Pre-charged pneumatic air guns are now legal for taking beaver, raccoon, bobcat, I red fox, gray fox, coyote and badger. I- The prairie chicken and sage gr0use Seasons remain closed due to low populations. I I- Opening day for ducks, geese, coots and mergansers for residents is Sept. 25. I Nonresidents may begin hunting waterfowl on 0d. 2. I- Nonresidents are not allowed to hunt on Department wildlife management areas or on I PLOTS areas from Oct. 9-15. Exception: nonresidents hunting on PLOTS land that I I they own. I We the Meme, QUICK - CONVENIENT -EASY Tg By no I Visit our You can instantly purchase can to" free website at . general licenses - 800406 “09 gf.nd.gov .4. — 24 hours a day ‘— l I. f — 7 days a week In addition Lolhelibrijrgseafdeggsg, I ego or mouse ees . . a service came w, Visa Discover MasterCard and e {h i . I serI/iggpchgl'iqe 2?!de American Express accepted. SEND? marge W,” vary depend on amount of transaction I Acomplele 20212022 Small Game, Furbearer and Walerfowl proclamation IS available from the North Dakota I Game and Fish Departmenl,100l\lorth Bismarck Expressway, Bismarck, North Dakola58501-5093 (701) 32863:)0J North Prairie’s Tyrell Yoder hauls in a pass during drills at last week’s practice in ROIIa Fall turkey season set, more licenses are available North Dakota’s fall turkey season is set with 3,825 licenses available to hunters, 40 more than last year. Unit 21 (Hettinger and Adams counties) remains closed because of a low turkey population. Fall turkey hunters, including gratis applicants, interested in apply- ing for a 2021 license can submit an online application through the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s website, gf.nd.gov. The deadline for applying is Sept. 1. Only North Dakota residents are eligible to apply in the first lottery. Nonresidents can apply for fall turkey licenses that are still available following the first lottery. The fall wild turkey season runs from Oct. 9 through Jan. 2, 2022. An easy, inexpensive way to reach more than 10,000 readers across the region! - Call The Star today ‘for more details! 101-411-6495 Assembly of God - Rolette Sunday School at am Sunday Worship at 10 am Evening Service at 6:00 pm. Pastor Gene Wilson 246-3250 Ebenezer Lutheran Brethren - Rolette 10 am Sunday School 11 am Morning Worship Pastor Rob Roise 246-3488 Sacred Heart Catholic Church Rolette 131, 3rd and 5th Sundays at 11 em. 2nd and 4th Sundays at 9 am Fr. Paulraj Thondappa 246-3449 Valle Lutheran Church - Rolette Children/Adult Sunday School 10:45 am Worship at 9:45 am. - 246-3574 Mountain View Ministry Salem Mennonite Church 3 miles south of Mylo Sunday School at 10 a.rn. Sunday Worship at 11 am Sunday Evening at 7 pm. Wednesday Prayer Meeting at 8 pm. Wolford Community Church Sunday Worship at 10 em. Pastor Dan Slaubaugh - 583-2581 Lakevievr Mennonite Church 2 4635 781h sr. Wolford Sunday Worship at 10:30 am with children’s church during Pastor Hubert Hotchkiss 583-2211 Turtle Mountain Baptist Church, Rolla Sunday Worship at 11 am 3 5 p.m. Sunday School at 10 am Wednesday Worship at 7 pm. Pastor Frank Sheridan - 477-3213 Presbyterian Church - Rolla' Sunday Worship at 11:00 a.m ACT, Wednesdays at 6:30 pm 477-5376 Immanuel Lutheran Church Rolla - L.C.M.S. Sunday Worship at 8 am Sunday School at 9:45 am Holy Communion: Observed 151 and 3rd Sunday of every month Rev. Scott Ramey - 477-5122 Our Savior’s Lutheraanolla Wednesday Sunday School 5 pm. Wednesday Youth Group at Prysbeterian Church at 1:05 pm. Sunday Worship 10 am Nicholas Rohde - 477-3246 Emmanuel Church - Dunseith Sunday School and Sunday Worship, 10 am. 3rd Avenue South - Dunseith Rev. Wayne Hanson - 477-8578 St. Joachim Catholic Church Rolla Saturday Mass at 5:30 p.m. Sunday Mass Schedule at 8:30 am. Jan., March, May, July, Sept. Nov. Sunday Mass Schedule 10:30 am Feb., April, June, Aug., Oct, Dec. Rev. ThaiAruI477-5277 ROLLA DRUG Phone 477-3174 DACOTAH BANK Member FDIC First State Insurance of Bella PRESENTATION MEDICAL CENTER Rolla 477-3161 CW Masks Required at Trinity Health Trinity Health complies with all federal laws and health care standards applicable to health care organizations. ' These include CDC guidelines and Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS) from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Face masks are required at all of our facilities until further notice. Masks must be worn correctly, covering the_nose and mouth. Thankyou for your cooperation as we protect the health of our patients and visitors. trinityhealthorg United Methodist Church - Rolla Worship at 8:30 am Rick Craig, Pastor - 968-3361 www.rollaumc.com Anishinabe Church of God - Dunseith Sunday Worship at 11 am Kidz Zone at 11 am. Prayer 8 Communion, Tuesday at 6 pm Pastor Daniel Bean 228-2056 The Church of Jesus Christ . of Latter-Day Saints - Rugby Sunday services at 10 am. ' 202 2nd St. West, Rugby President Val Christensen- 246-3579 Dunseith Jesus Name Church of the Apostolic Faith 111 Main Street in Dunseith Sunday Worship at 11 am Sunday School at 6 pm. Wednesday Worship at 7:30 pm. Pastor Todd Belgarde - 244-2230 Peace Lutheran Church and United Methodist Church Joint Worship - Dunseith Combined Sunday Worship at 11:15 am Children/Adult Sunday School 10:00 cm. 244-5781 Mountain View Ministry St. Michael The Archangel Catholic Church, Dunseith Saturday Mass at 5 pm Sunday Mass at 9 am. and 11:30 am Rev. Michael Slovak, S. 0. L. 7'. 244-5738 . St. Sylvan’s Episcopal - Dunseith 10 am on the First and Third Sundays Father Paul Zaharia 701-720-2880 Christian & Missionary Alliance - Turtle Mt. Alliance Church, Dunseith Pastor Gary Dom - Youth Pastor Joel Musser Sunday School at 9:30 am Church Service at 11 am Youth Group, Wednesday 5:30 to 7:30 pm. 244-0532 All Nations Lutheran Church Rock Lake - L.C.M.S. Sunday Worship at 9:30 am Rev. Scott Ramoy- 266-5361 Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church - Rock Lake Sunday Mass Schedule at 10:30 am Jan., March, May, July, Sept. Nov. Sunday Mass Schedule 8:30 am Feb., April, June, Aug., Oct, Dec. ' Rev. ThaiAruI477-5277 United Methodist Church 8 Rock Lake Sunday Worship at 9:45 am. Rick Craig, Pastor ' 968-3361 Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Bisbee 1st Sunday at 9 am. 2nd, 3rd, and 5th Sundays, Saturday at 5 pm. 4th Sunday at 11 em. Fr. Paulroj Thondappa 246-3449 St. Paul’s Ojibwa Lutheran, Belcourt Sunday Worship e111 am. Sunday School at 10 am Pastor Marv Abrahemson - 477-6429 — The church directory is presented by the following (businesses and professional firms in our communities who encourage you to attend the church of your choice. JOHNSON OIL CO. Tesoro Products Rolette - 246-3771 ROLETTE STATE BANK Member FDIC ROLETTE INSURANCE AGENCY at Rolette State Bank - 246-3395 St. Ann’s Catholic Church - Belcourt Saturday Mass at 5 pm. Sunday Mass: 8:30 am, 10 am, 5 pm. Confessions: Sat. 9:30 am I 06:30 pm, Sun. 8-11 am, 4:30-6 pm and before or after daily Masses Monday - Friday Morning Mass: 6:30 AM OOP Monday - Friday Evening Mass: 5 PM OOP Tuesdar 11111 and 12th grade Youth Group 6:30 at 8 pm. WednesdafiBIh-lm Youth Group 6:30 018 pm. Thursday: 4th-51h Grade Open Youth Room 4:30-6 pun. Friday 601-1201 Open Youth Room 8:30 or 8 pm Saturday. No Youth Group Rev. Ilium! Slovak, S.0.LT, Rev. DaveBrokke, S.0.LT, Rev. FredAkunder, S.0.LT, Rev. Anthonyflession, Deacon Francis Davis - 477-5601 ext. 0 St. Anthony’s Catholic Church Belcourt Sunday Mass 1:111:30 a.m. Fr. Michael Slovak, S.0.L.T- 477-5601 ext. 0 St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - St. John Saturday Vigil Mass at 5:30 pm. Sunday Mass at 10:30 am. Confession Saturdays 4:15 to 5:15 pm. Rev. Richard Fineo 477-3081 Presbyterian Church, St. John Sunday Worship at 9:00 cm 477-5376 Emmanuel Chapel - PCG, St. John Sunday School and Sunday Worship, 6:30 pm. 218 Grace Street, St. John Rev. Wayne Hanson - 477-8578 St. Benedict’s Catholic Church Rural Belcourt Sunday Mass at 8:30 am. Confession: Sundays 810 8:30 am. Rev. Richard Fineo 477-3081 Assembly of God - Belcourt Turtle Mountain Worship Center Prayer Meeting Wednesdays at 6 pm. Bible Study Wednesdays at 7 pm. Sunday Worship 1:111:00 a.m. Curtis Patnaude, pastor Phone 477-6017 Notre Dame Catholic Church Willow City 1st and 4th Sundays, Saturday at 5 pm. 2nd Sunday at 11 am. 3rd and 5th Sunday at 9 am. Fr. Paulrai Thondappa 246-3449 Willow Creek Lutheran Church Overly Sunday Worship at 8:30 am 244-5781 Mountain View Ministry Wolford Lutheran Church Sunday Worship at 8:30 am. Coffee: 9:30 am. Sunday School: 9:45 am Rev. Barb Haugerud Church on a Mission Pentecostal Church of God 19th tst 81., 3rd Ave. SE, Dunseith (701) 244-0268 Rev. Lloyd and Rae Flansburg HARLOW’S BUS SALES SERVICE Harlow Hageness, owner Rolette 246-3700 LEEVERS FOODS Rolla’s Full Service Grocery MUNRO MOTOR COMPANY Phone 477-3124 - Rolla