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August 30, 2021 The Star Page 7 Individual Results at the N.D‘. State Fair: Abigail Delorme: Trail R, Ranch Riding R, Barrel racing R, Pole Bend- ing W Taryn Gores: Western Horseman: ship B,Ranch Riding B,Hunter Hack B, Equitation over Fences R, Show- manship W, Western Pleasure W, Reining W, Hunt Seat Equitation W, Hunter Under Saddle W, Keyhole Champion, Pole Bending Res, Barrel Racing Res. Addison Strong: Western Horse- manship R, Western Pleasure R, SIIOP LOOAL. i EAT LOOAL. SPEIIO LOOAL. ENJOY LOOAL. IT TAKES YOII TO START TIIE‘TIIEIIO. “Learn more: utma.com 4-Hers (Continued on Page 6) Hunter Under Saddle R, Showman— ship W, Pole Bending B, Barrel Rac— ing B, Keyhole Race R. . Calli Strong: Trail R, Showman- ship W, Western Horsemanship W. 5‘- ‘Above: Finley Good with her horse at Rolette County 4-H Achievement Days in st. John. Below: Hadley Good atop her horse at the event. Hannah Strong: Ranch Riding Res, Trail B, Western Pleasure R, Reining R, Showmanship W, Western Horsemanship W, Keyhole Race, B Pole Bending R, Barrel Racing R. CITY OF ROLLA NEW GARBAGE RATES EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1, 2021, WILL BE ON BILL GOING OUT END SEPTEMBER DESCRIPTION RESIDENTIAL TOTE COMMERCIAL TOTE 2ND TOTE 2 EXTRA TOTES 2 YARD — 1 PICKUP 2 YARD 2 PICKUP 6 YARD — 1 PICKUP 4 YARD 1 PICKUP 4 YARD — 2 PICKUP 6 YARD 1 PICKUP 6 YARD — 2 PICKUP 8 YARD — 2 PICKUP ’I 010 RATE NEW RATE 5 22.50 5 27.50 S 2500 3 30.00. s 7.00 s 9.00 $ 14.00 3 18.00 S 50.00 $ 60.00 $ 75.00 $ 100.00 5 165.00 5 150.00 s 300.00 $ 390.00 Cutting-Edge Wi-Fi Through our powerful smart home internet system Complete Control Wi~l-i security and customization at your fingertips. Fully Managed. Worry-free, secure Wi-Fi with 24/7 support. , College launches ‘Aging in Community’ Project The AIC Project is an initiative to improve the quality of life for older adults who wish to stay in their rural homes and communities. NDSU Ex- tension will work with community stakeholders in two rural communi- ties to identify solutions to rural aging issues. The project will be piloted in the Lisbon area and rural Morton County. The project is based on a success— ful model of community—based care in rural North Dakota, called Com- munity of Care, that has proven to help older adults live with autonomy. and dignity. The Community of Care model will be adapted and/or replicated in the two pilot communities and be evaluated for effectiveness, replica- bility and sustainability. A project of this type is greatly needed in North Dakota, according to Jane Strommen, NDSU Extension gerontology specialist. “North Dakota is faced with unique challenges in caring for and about its older residents,” she says. “Two-thirds of its counties are desig- ‘ nated as froptier (less than six resi- dents per mile). A documented shift of the state’s population from rural counties to urban areas has resulted in a higher proportion of older adults in small towns and sparsely popu- lated locations.” Between 2019 and 2029, the state’s population of people 65 and older is projected to increase by 32%. In contract, the working-age popula- tion (ages 20 to 64) is projected to decrease from 59% in 2016 to 55% in 2029, placing additional burdens on a critical workforce shortage. In addition, the state’s budget has been impacted by slumping economies in its major industries: agriculture and oil production. The COVID- 19 pandemic also has placed undue burdens on the state’s econ- ' orny and its people. “Assuring North Dakota is a good place to live and age well is a com— plex problem needing an integrated and collaborative solution,” Strom- men says. This initiative is supported .‘vt * gust: 31 in part by a $1.51 million, three—year grant from Margaret A. Cargill Philan— thropies. I ‘5 ‘phitlurgtil gone ‘ yaur'savior’s Lutheran raged-a klndian Tacos Bars for just $8! I TAKE-OUT ONLY! Call our dad and Wish him 3 HAPPY 50th! Join us Outdoors on WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 131‘ 10 am to 5 pm Come show your support for Turtle Mountain Animal Rescue Wednesday, Sept. - 11 am 2pm T PLUS Come see Rolette County Puin al’s my Mobile. lie mm: roan (For the 26th time) 01 -240-0266 From Mike, Paul, ‘. Brian and KC \ Sale Prices good until 9pm while supplies last No Rain Checks Old Dutch VARIETY PAOIIS $669 Old Dutch Assorted Ripple tATM R URTLE MOUNTAIN ANIMAL RESCUE Chili Dogs and/or a Burger with chips, beans pop or water ONL Y 100% of proceeds go to TurtIeIMountain Animal Rescue Connections. [an Saltshanclmade jewelry and 2 sisters! items. Come show your rsupportfor“_her local business located -. Latte. 202 Main Ave. 0 Rolla - 477-3119 Open Monday-Saturday: 7 am. to 9 pm. o Sunday 9 am. to 7 pm. 9:139)