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August 30, 2021 Virginia LaFountain Virginia LaFountain, age 74, of Belcourt, ND, passed away on Sun— day, August 15, 2021 , at the Belcourt Hospital, Belcourt. Virginia Stella LaFountain was born on September 19, 1946, in Bel- court, to Joseph and Mary (Cham- pagne) LaFountain. She was raised in Belcourt and completed her educa- tion there as well. Virginia enjoyed going to the casino, word finds, bingo, and watching westerns on tel- evision. She was a very good-hearted person and loved to spend time with her family members and her friends. Virginia will be lovingly remem- bered and greatly missed. Virginia is survived by her sib— lings, Benedict LaFountain, Florene LaFountain, Dorothy Davis, Sharon LaFountain, and Ramona LaFoun- tain;rand many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, Joseph and Mary LaFoun— tain, brothers, George, Johnny, James, Gerald and Alfred LaFoun- tain, and sisters, Theresa, Laura, Rita and Marlene. , Honorary Urn Bearers are all fam— ily and friends. A Memorial Mass was held at Fri- day, August 20, 2021, at St. Bene- dict’s Catholic Church, Belcourt, with a visitation and Rosary Service prior to the Funeral Mass. Father Richard Fineo presided. Burial was in the church cemetery; Elick Funeral Home, Rolla, ND, was in charge of arrangements. Dennis D. Sarkilahti Dennis D. Sarkilahti of Elk River, MN, passed away at the age of 72 on August 22, 2021. He was born No- vember 15, 1948 to Oscar & Flo- rence Sarkilahti in Rolla, ND. He married Claudia Riediger in 1967 and was drafted into the US. Army in July 1970, serving in Vietnam until April 1972. They moved to Coon Rapids in 1978 where they raised their children and he worked as a mechanic most of his life until his retirement from the City of Min- neapolis Park Board. He was preceded in death by his parents, 6 brothers and 2 sisters. He is survived by his 3 children, Wendy (Wayne) Schlueter, Cheryl (Brian) Robertson, both of Elk River, MN and Dan (Kayla) Sarkilahti of Zim- merman, MN. Also survived by 14 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild and many nieces and nephews. Mass of Christian Burial will take place at 10:30 am. at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church in Elk River on Fri- day, September 3, 2021'. Visitation will take place one hourrprior. Lunch- eon to follow. Internment will take We offer grades of gasoline, regular and dyed diesel available and 24-7 pay at the pump option! Io a»; , place at Fort Snelling National Cemetery at a future date to be deter- mined.. , Arrangements by Washburn—Mc- Reavy of Eden Prairie, Minnesota, is in charge of arrangements. PHONE 477-8005 The Star After eight months, two charged with 19 counts related to killingot moose The discovery was as mysterious as it was gruesome. A pregnant moose lay slaughtered with two of her unborn calves cut from her body in a North Dakota field. A necropsy of the pregnant moose later revealed a third fetus in- side her body. Nearby, two more moose cows . and two bulls also had been killed in April 2020 in a field near Dunseith, officials said. “There’s eight moose that are gone. No meat was taken and the bulls had already dropped their antlers,” North Dakota Game and Fish Departmentdistrict game war— den Jonathan Tofteland told the Minot Daily News last year. “The only thing they did was cut out two of the three calves.” Tofteland said the slayings “dumbfounded” the wildlife agency, the newspaper reported. Who had killed the moose only to let them rot ‘ — and why? The wildlife agency released fly- ers with disturbing images of the dead mooseand offered a $2,000 re— ' ward in May 2020. About eight months later, Shawn Morin Jr. and Jake Charbonneau were charged with a combined 19 wildlife crimes. Officials said a poaching hotline for tipsters was “greatly beneficial” in the investigation and rewards will be granted. Morin told investigators he shot two moose and several days later Charbonneau joined him and they killed three more, officials said. As they field dressed a -moose, cutting an incision in her stomach area, two fetuses fell out of the body and “spooked” them and they left all five behind, officials said. Morin pleaded guilty to felony ex- ploitation of wildlife, five misde- meanors each of unlawful taking of a big game animal and wanton waste of big game. Charbonneau pleaded guilty to three misdemeanors each of unlawful taking of a big game animal and wanton waste of big game and one count of aiding in taking big game. Morin was sentenced to 120 days in jail and ordered to pay $5,560 in fines. He lost hunting privileges for three years and will no longer be able to hunt moose, elk or bighom sheep in North Dakota. Charbonneau was sentenced to 20 days in jail and ordered to pay $2,360 in fines. I GRACE REALTYuc 8,. . a I MLS. 7éeaaZa/aneedtamée/ HIGHWAY 5 WEST 0 BELCOURT, ND CORN 0“ THE COB .... .. Bird’s Eye 10 oz. STEAMFRESH VEGETABLES ,. ......... .. Butter Kernal 14.5 oz. VEGETABLES ............ .. $149 Land ’O Lakes Pint HALF & HALF ............ .. Crystal 4 lbs. Granulated SUGAR Hawaiian Punch 128 oz. FRUIT DRINK ........... .. $249 Old Dutch Twin Pack 10 02.2 5 CHIPS ....................... .. SALE PRICES GOOD AUG. 30-SEP1: WEEK! Folger’s 30.5 oz. Classic Roast Red Delicious oz. Topping cool WHIP $155 Red Delicious APPLES $359 APPLES lb. $359 Whole Seedless WATERMELON ea. $499 Hot House TOMATOES .. .......... ..lb. $179 10'lb. Bag RED POTATOES ..........‘$399 14 oz. Dole 1 . 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The dollar amount listed in- cludes bond forfeiture and admin- istrative fees paid. No child restraint device Shenoa C. DeCoteau, 33, Belcourt. Violation of registration provisions driver Glenn Robert Marcil, 64, Rolla. Failure to wear seatbelt JTP, 17, Belcourt. Speeding Zachery Hunter Barbot, 18, Bot- tineau. Darrel S. Gustafson, 61, St. John. John Dean LaVallie, 38, Belcourt. Andrew Michael Pacetti, age un- available, Peach Tree City, Georgia. William L. Pfahl, 18, Dunseith. ERP, 17, DUnseith. Kidnapping Alexander Lee Duchaine, 21 , Dunseith, not guilty, case dismissed. Violations of restricted licenses Jordan Michael Delong, 35, Bel- court, not guilty, case dismissed. Driving while license privilege is suspended Jordan Michael Delong, 35, Bel- court, $250, sentenced to 10 days in jail, 10 days suspended and placed on unsupervised probation for one year. Driving without liability insurance Rain Laducer, 21, Grand Forks. Drove without operator’s license Rain Laducer, 21 , Grand Forks. Reckless driving Krassimira Joy Utecht, 32, Bel- . court, $500, sentenced to 10 days in jail, 10 days suspended, ordered to obtain evaluation, complete recom- , mended treatment and placed on un— supervised probation for six months. , lull incl \llr ‘lclsun l ll ll 11 ll its )1 l Attorney at Low Q? 701—955-8009 RACll-AIZL@RMlll.A\\’()l‘l‘l(:l2.(:()M ® PO BOX 967 ROLLA, ND 58567 WWW.RMHLAWOFFICE.COM IMICKELSON HENDRICKSON, LAw OFFICEl: l <, ‘ .’ ’ will be beginning September 8 at St. Ann’s Catholic Church Applications may be picked up and returned to the Parish Office. First year classes are for 2nd grade and up for the sacrament of Reconciliation (Penance). Holy Communion and Confirmation students would need to be 3rd grade and up and have already received the Sacrament of Reconciliation. There will be a parent meeting on Sept. 1 at the St. Ann’s-gym". 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