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August 23,, 2021 Scammers targeting state in identity theft scheme A new identity-theft scam is cir- culating to North Dakotans. Job Service North Dakota has re- ceived multiple reports of residents receiving text messages telling them they have successfully changed their password on their North Dakota UI ICE profile regardless of whether they have an Unemployment Insur- ance claim or UI ICE account or not. The message could read things like: “Someone has tried to login to your UI ICE profile. If this was not you, Please reply stop.” “Congratulations! You have suc- cessfully changed your UI ICE pass- word! If 'this was not you, Please reply stop.” “You'have successfully changed your PASSWORD on your North Dakota UI ICE profile from a NEW DEVICE in (other location). If this was not you, Please reply stop.” Users, who reply ‘stop’ thinking they are.rem0ving themselves from danger are actually exposing them- selves to identity theft. Replying ‘stop’ prompts users to login to a realistic-looking faked site which asks for personally identifying information including address, social security number, email, phone num- ber, and driver’s license number. “It is highly unlikely scammers could use this information to access any UI ICE accounts because we have a number of strong fraud pre-. vention measures in place,” said Bryan Klipfel, executive director of Job Service North Dakota. “But this is a clear attempt to steal identities by posing as a state agency and that in- formation can be used in millions of other places to defraud people.” The public is urged not to open or reply to these messages, and to delete or report them to law enforcement. When Job Service North Dakota sends a text message, it will not con- tain ,any links. It is a good time to remind the public to be highly suspicious of emails or text messages from num- bers they cannot identify. Always use a web browser to manually navigate to jobsnd.com and log in from there. Organic farmers can apply for reimbUrsement Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring said that applications are now being accepted for reimbursement of organic certification costs through the Organic Certification Cost Share Program for fiscal year 2021. “Organic farmers, ranchers, processors and handlers can receive up to $500 of the organic certification costs paid between Oct. 1, 2020 and Sept. 30, 2021 ,” Goehring said. Certification assures consumers that products are produced by recognized RUQBYHIGH SEEDS) Li, 7:3 0 , pm S.un...‘l/l‘l: Kenny Ahern-To Laugh is to Live! Sat 11/27: North Country Christmas—Kai I Perkins group, Family Christmas Show $361.25; Ba rron Rye n— 5010 piano, Classic Meets Cool: Mix of ragtime, jazz, class/cal 333-5123: Alex Meixner- High Energy ' Accordion Virtuoso in a fun, energetic show Tue.__,5/J0; Sons of the Pioneers-Famed organic methods. Certification enables organic producers and processors to label and sell their products with a federal organic seal. Such products typi- cally command a higher price in the marketplace. ' Applicants who are certified’by International Certification Services or the Organic Crop Improvement Association Chapter 1 should apply for reim-‘ bursement through the certifier. These organizations certify most North Dakota organic producers. All other producers should contact Deanna Gier— szewski at the North Dakota Department of Agriculture (NDDA) at 701-328— 2191' ordegierszewski@nd.gov. Goehring said the United States Department of Agriculture awarded the NDDA with $70,800 for the certification reimbursement program for 2021. ‘ More information, including program guidelines and application forms, are available on the NDDA website athttps://www.nd.gov/ndda/marketing- ‘ informatipn-division/organics/organic—certification-costjshare-program. Potential applicants that do not wish to apply through the NDDA can re- quest assistance from the Farm Service Agency. EM IIIIISIIB IIPPIIRYIINITY Turtle, Mountain Housing Authority A Tribally Designated Housing Entity Belcourt, North Dakota EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM The Turtle Mountain Housing Authority is accepting applications for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program. The Emergency Rental Assistance program was created to help I renters cover their housing-related costs and stay in stable housing duringthe pandemic. For more information, please call (701)244-0521 or (701)244'41770 To qualify, you must have experienced financial hardship during the COVID‘19 pandemic, meet local income requirements and must be a household who is determined as a renter household. Turtle Mountain Housing Authority is subject to fair hausing laws. It is also an equal opportunity provider and-employer. Available to all Tribal and Non-Tribal . Rolette County Residents \ 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 ourfacilities until further notice. Masks must be worn correctly, covering the nose and mouth. Thankyou for your cooperation as we protect the health ofour patients and visitors; trinityhealthorg THANK YOU Page ’9 THURSDAY, September 16, 202] TUESDAY October 26 2021 David Shannon — called Ireland’s Greatest Showman has been singing professionally for more than 25 years and is renowned for his engaging style and charming personality. . Prime Time Trio is an entertaining pops trio with lots of humor, led by MR PIANO Bobby van Deusen, plus boss and drums. Their songs include Standards, Jazz, 1' Pops, Sing-aiongs. And besides that - LOTS OF LAUGHS! He will be accompanied by piano and guitar on musical selections from a broad spectrum of new and old standards, along with Broadway medieys and traditional Irish melodies. 202 l @022 BOTTENEAU COUNTY CONCERT SERIES 68th Season ; BHS - JAMES HOLWE‘LL AUDITORIUM 7:30 PM Prepare for a light-hearted evening for this return to the joy of in-person musical entertainment. ' »F5'RIMETIME TRIO David Shannon OUR GRAND PIANO IS IN NEED OF REFURBISHIN‘G! Grants 8: donations from various sources, YOU, are being sought to help fund this estimated $25,000 cost. Tax deductible gifts can be made to the Bottineau Community Fund - BCCA Grand Piano. . Family Entertainer, Ringling Bros Alrimni ' Admission is by SEASON MEMBERSHIP ONLY OADULT $40 OFAMILY $80 ‘STUDENT — $IO O O O PATRON Support Starts at $I00 (Single Adult $50) 00. Membership Chairperson: Nancy Olson (70 I) 228—4500 . Cowboy Quintet singing your favorites Concerts secured through Allied Concert Services FRIDAY March 18 2022 SUNDAY, April 24, 2022 Branden 8: James: Tenor and Cello with Piano, includes America’s Got Talent alum [Branden] and Australian cellist [James] who perform a mixed program of musical choices from Broadway to Beethoven to Elton John. Bail in the House is an accomplished Vocal Band of five voices ~ performing for over 20 years, doing an average of 150 shows per year. They appeared on America's Got Talent and the TODAY Show and have written and performed jingles for Amazon Prime and COO] Whip. As-individuals’they have performed and recorded with notable names you would recognize, as a duo they have performed on cruise ships all over the world. Their musical selections include standards/pops/soft rock/gospel. 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