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August 30, 2021 The Star Three generation; at the series From left to right are Brett Mitchell, Isaac Mitchell and Scott Mitchell. The son, grandson and grandfather were at the Babe Ruth World Series in Eagle Pass, Texas. Isaac played on the Mid- west Plains squad, which came out of Bismarck, where he’s a student at Legacy High School. The Bismarck team made it out of pool play and in the bracket round. The squad lost only two games, each by one run. The winners of those games went on to play each other in the finals. Peggy Schell A baby boy was born to Nick and Carly (Elke) Elliott, of Liberty Lake, Washington, on August 17th. He weighed 6#, 6 ozs. His name is Eli— jah Nickolas, and he was 19” long. Proud great grandparents here are Glenn and Cathy Armstrong, of rural Rolette, and proud grandmother is Cara Armstrong, of Fargo. Kyle and sara McClammer, Max, and George, of Indianapolis, Indiana, arrived at the home of Sara’s parents, Randyand Kathy Benson, on Satur- day. They visited Kathy’s brother, Jim Bulie, at the Towner County Liv- ing Center Monday afternoon. Alan Kreklau, of Rugby, and Rod- ney Armstrong, of rural Rolette, were Tuesday visitors of Dave Armstrong, of rural Rolette. Daniel and Darla Armstrong Vis- ited Glenn and Cathy Armstrong Thursday morning. That evening they were supper guests of Darla’s sister,- Dianne, and Kevin Johnson, of rural Rolla. Saturday visitors of Daniel and Darla Armstrong were Dianne John— son and Darla and Dianne’s nephew, Jon, and Kate Robert and Cooper, of Minot. The Roberts were overnight guests of Daniel and Darla and left for home Sunday morning. Toby Armstrong visited Daniel and Darla Armstrong Monday after— noon. All are of rural Rolette. Betty Haman, of Rolette, and her daughters, Donna Ryan, of Alexan- dria, Minnesota, Kay Yoder, of Dev- ils Lake, and Marge Pederson, of rural Rolette, attended the 80th birth- day celebration for Betty’s brother- in-law, David Haman, at rural Minot on Saturday. Sunday, August 15th, a group of 10 men gathered at the Hawk Mu— seum to cut wheat with the old binder and make bundles for the annual Farm Show in 2022. Those there were Bruce Rabe, of the Hawk Mu- seum, Ervin Helmuth, of rural Mylo, ABBREVIATED NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND ADMINSTRATIVE RULES relating to the Practice of Clinical Laboratory Practice ND Board of Clinical Laboratory Practice Will hold a public hearing to address proposed changes to the N D Admin Code Tues., September 28, 2021 9:00 to 11 :00 AM by remote means due to the COVID-19 Pandemic at: https://global.gotomeeting.com/ join/721894481 or by phone at +1 (872) 240-3311 Access Code 721- 894-461 A copy of the proposed rules may be obtained by writing the North Dakota Board of Clinical Laboratory Practice, PO Box 4103, Bismarck, ND 58502— 4103. Also, written comments may be submitted to NDBCLP, PO Box 4103. Bismarck, ND 58502-4103 until October 8, 2021. if you plan to attend the public hearing and will need special facilities or assistance relating toa disability, please contact the NDBCLP at 701-530-0199 at least 5 days priorto the public hearing. Dated this 17th day ofAugust 2021. Nikki Owings. Administrator ‘4.’ David Thompson and Les Halvorson, both of Bottineau, Lee Halvorson, of Rolette, Lyman Halvorson, of rural Wolford, Larry McDonald, of Jamestown, Adam Held and Phil Bonn, both of Rolla, and Josh Ric- card, of rural Mylo. Shiela Rabe, Kathy Halvorson;and RuthAnn Hel- muth provided a noon meal for the workers. Ervin and RuthAnn Helmuth met Elvin and Iona Slabaugh, of rural Wolford, for breakfast at Linda’s Café in Rolette on Saturday. Sunday after attending Mass in Rolette, Ervin and RuthAnn Helmuth stopped for coffee with friends at Linda’s and then traveled to Rugby where they met their daughter, Ronda, and Corwin Kohler and Carsen, of Benedict. They had the noon buffet at the pizza place, and visited until midaftemoon and then returned to their respective homes. Ervin and RuthAnn Helmuth went to the home of Ervin’s brother, Virgil Helmuth, of rural Wolford, Sunday evening. Ervin and Virgil’s brother, Herschel Helmuth, of Glendive, Montana, was also at Virgil’s and they had supper together. 'Ervin and RuthAnn Helmuth were joined by Frank Graber, Dwayne Graber, Ron Graber, Elvin and Iona Slaubaugh, and Jeff Slaubaugh, all of rural Wolford, and Marge Graber, of Rolette, for breakfast Tuesday mom- ing at Linda’s. Wednesday Ervin and RuthAnn ABBREVIATED NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND ADMINISTRATIVE RULES RELATING TO CREDIT FOR REINSURANCE MODEL REGULATION, TERM AND UNIVERSAL LIFE INSURANCE RESERVE FINANCING MODEL REGULATION, DEFENSE EXPENSES WITHIN THE LIMIT OF LIABILITY PROVISIONS, SHORT-TERM LIMITED-DURATION INSURANCE North Dakota Insurance Department will hold a public hearing to address proposed adoption of mles to the North Dakota Administrative Code. Fort Union Room State Capitol Bismarck, North Dakota 1:00 p.m. Central Time Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021 obtained by viewing the website at www. insurance.nd.gov or calling (701) 328- 2440. Also, written comments may be submitted to the North Dakota Insurance Department, 600 East BouievardAvenue, Dept 401, Bismarck, ND 58505 until October 14, 2021. if you plan to attend the public hearing and will need special facilities or assistance relating to a disability, please contact the North Dakota insurance Department at the above telephone number or address at least seven days prior to the public hearing. DATED this 18 day of August, 2021. /s/ Helene J. Herauf Legal Counsel ND. Insurance Department 600 East Boulevard Avenue, Dept. 401 Bismarck, ND 58505 (701) 328-2440 A copy of the proposed rules may be I “has: Helmuth were among those at the Graber and Friends breakfast at the Cottage in Rugby. Peggy Schell and Kyle Schell went to Harvey on Sunday where they were joined by Peggy’s son, Bob Schell, of Harvey, and they went to the home of Peggy’s daughter, Patty Verbitsky, and her husband, Jonathan Ryan, at Drake. Patty’s sons, Taylor Verbitsky, of Velva, and Tanner Ver- bitsky, of rural Butte, were also there. When Bob, Kyle, and Peggy returned to Harvey, Bob’s wife, Edie, joined them, and they had supper out at a local restaurant. Peggy and Kyle re— turned home later that evening. An easy, inexpensive way to reach more than 10,000 readers across the region! Call The Star today for more details! 701-417-6495 NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT ADMINISTRATIVE RULES AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ' Relating to Standards of Service - Electric Rulemaking, Case No. PU—21-360. North Dakota Public Service Commission will hold a public hearing to address a proposed amendment to Article 69-09-02 of the North Dakota Administrative Code concerning electric public continuity of service. The purpose of the proposed rule amendment is to address reporting requirements and criteria for a public utilitys reliable service obligation pursuant to the passage of Senate Bill 2313 of the Sixty-seventh Legislative Assembly. Commission Hearing Rm 12th Floor State Capitol ‘ Bismarck, ND Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021 ' 1:30 p.m. CT The public is also encouraged to view the hearing electronically via https:i/psc.nd.gov/publiclmeetlngsl Iive.php or listen telephonlcally by . dialing 1-888-585-9008 with room code 25931 6-322. Acopy of the proposed rules, analyses, and statements may be obtained at or by writing the Public Service Commission, 600 East Boulevard Avenue, Department 408, Bismarck, North Dakota 58505-0480, 701—328-2400, toll free 1-877-245—6685, Relay North Dakota ‘iTY: 1-800-366-6888, or ndpsc@nd.gov. This information is also available to view on the Public Service Commission’sweb site at www.psc.nd.gov under “Formal Actions/Case Search". Oral or Written comments may be submitted tothe Public Service Commission may be submitted to the above addess, email, and phone numbers until the close of business on October 4, 2021. Interested persons may attend and submit comments at the hearing. if you plan to attend the public hearing and will need special facilities or assistance relating to a disability, please contact the agency at the above telephone number or address at least 24 hours prior to the public hearing. Dated August 18, 2021 PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Randy Christmann, Commissioner Julie Fedorchak, Chair Brian Kroshus, Commissioner Page 13 v r Farm Credit Services donates F FA books ‘ This year acknowledges the 45th year that the three independent Farm Credit Services associations in North Dakota have donated FFA Handbooks to agricultural stu- dents in area schools. This year, over one hundred high school agriculture education programs in North Dakota, Minnesota and Wis- consin will receiVe over 3,000 of the student handbooks for the start of the 2021/2022 school year donated by the Farm Credit Services Associations in North Dakota. For four and a half decades more than 88,550 of the books have been presented to FFA-first year ‘greenhands’ to be used throughout the four-year FFA program. “Farm Credit Services is very proud of its history of providing handbooks for a program that helps students expand their interests and begin a path rich with career ' development opportunities,” says Teresa Kjellberg, Di- rector of Marketing with Farm Credit Services of North Dakota. “Farm Credit maintains a strong commitment to support youth in our rural communities. The FFA pro- gram provides opportunities for personal growth as well as potential future careers in the agricultural industry,” she adds. Farm Credit Services is committed to helping the FFA provide excellence in the teaching and learning of agri— culture and its activities in science, technology, produc- tion, processing, and related agribusiness activities as well as understand the vital and necessary role of the agri- cultural industry. Farm Credit Services is proud to support today’s youth who may become tomorrow’s agricultural producers and leaders. The three independent North Dakota Farm Credit as- sociations are headquartered in Minot (www.farmcred- itnd.com), Fargo (www.agcountry.c0m), and Mandan (www.farmcreditmandan.com). Brien, Slaubaugh earn scholarships from N.D. CommUnity F0undation The North Dakota Community Foundation (NDCF) will award over $629,000 in over 380 scholarships to North Dakota students in 2021. The organization cur- rently manages over 150 scholarship funds supported by North Dakotans, former residents and those interested in helping North Dakota students succeed. “We are honored to help these students further their education,” said Kevin Dvorak, President and CEO of NDCF. “And we are grateful to generous North Dakotans CW Assembly of God - Rolette - Sunday School at 9 am Sunday Worship at 10 em. Evening Service at 6:00 p.m. Pastor Geno Wilson 246-3250 Ebenezer Lutheran Brethren - Rolette 10 em. Sunday School 11 am Morning Worship Pastor Rob Roise 246-3488 Sacred Heart Catholic Church Rolette 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays at 11 cm 2nd and 4th Sundays at 9 a.m. Fr. Paulrai Thondappo 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 run. Sunday Worship at 11 am. Sunday Evening at 7 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting at 8 p.m. Wolford Community Church Sunday Worship at 10 am. Pastor Dan Slaubaugh - 583-2581 Lakeview Mennonite Church 4635 78th St. Wollord Sunday Worship at 10:30 am. with children’s church during Pastor Hubert Hotchkiss 583-2211 Turtle Mountain Baptist Church, Rollo Sunday Worship at 11 am a 5 p.m. Sunday School at 10 am Wednesday Worship at 7 p.m. Pastor Frank Sheridan - 477-3213 Presbyterian Church - Rollo Sunday Worship at 11:00 am ACT, Wednesdays at 6:30 pm 477-5376 Immanuel Lutheran Church Rolla - L.C.M.S. Sunday Warship at 8 arm. Sunday School at 9:45 o.m. Holy Communion: Observed 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month llav. Scott Ramey - 477-513 Our Savior’s Lutheran Rollo Wednesday Sunday School 5 p.m. Wednesday Youth Group at Prysbcterian Church at 7:05 p.m. Sunday Worship 10 um. Nicholas Rohde - 477-3246 Emmanuel Church - Dunseith Sunday School and Sunday Worship, 10 am. 3rd Avenue South - Dunseith Hov. Wayne Hanson - 477-8578 St. Joachim Catholic Church Rollo Saturday Mass at 5:30 p.m. Sunday Mass Schedule at 8:30 a.m. Jan., March, May, July, Sept. Nov. Sunday Mass Schedule 10:30 am Feb., April, June, Aug., Oct, Dec. Rev. Thai Arul 477-5277 whose gifts made these scholarships possible.” The following local students receiVed a scholarship from the foundation. In most cases, a local advisory com- mittee recommends the grant recipient. Anne Brien, Rolla: Kansas State University, Dr. Roger E. Meisner Veterinary Medicine Scholarship and the ND United Methodist Church - Rolla Worship at 8:30 am Rick Craig, Pastor 968-3361 www.mIIaumccorn Anishinabe Church of God - Dunseith Sunday Worship at 11 em. Kidz Zone at 11 am Prayer a Communion, Tuesday at 6 p.m. Pastor Daniel Bean 228-2056 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints - Rugby Sunday services at 10 um. 202 2nd St. West, Rugby President Val Christonsen- 246-3579 Dunseith Jesus Name Church of the Apostolic Faith 111 Main Street in Dunseith Sunday Worship at 11 em. Sunday School at 6 p.m. Wednesday Worship at 7:30 p.m. Pastor Todd Bolgordo - 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 a.m. 244-5781 Mountain View Ministry St. Michael The Archangel Catholic Church, Dunseith Saturday Mass at 5 p.m. Sunday Mass at 9 cm. and 11:30 am Rev. Michael Slovak, S.0.L.T. 244-5738 St. Sylvan’s Episcopal - Dunseith 10 am. on the First and Third Sundays Father Paul Zaharia 701-720-2880 Christian 8 Missionary Alliance - Turtle Mt. Alliance Church, Dunseith Pastor Gary Dorn Youth Pastor Joel Musser Sunday School at 9:30 am Church Service at 11 am Youth Group, Wednesday 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. 244-0532 All Nations Lutheran Church Rock Lake - L.C.M.S. Sunday Worship at 9:30 am Rev. Scott Ramey- 266-5361 Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church - Rock Lake Sunday Mass Schedule 1:110:30 a.m. Jan., March, May, July, Sept. Nov. Sunday Mass Schedule 8:30 am. ' Fob, April, June, Aug., Oct, Dec. Rev. Thai Arul 477-5277 United Methodist Church Rock Lake Sunday Worship at 9:45 am. flick Craig, Pastor - 968-3361 Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Bisbee Ist Sunday at 9 am 2nd, 3rd, and 5th Sundays, Saturday at 5 p.m. 4th Sunday at 11 am Fr. Paulraj Thondappa 246-3449 St. Paul’s Ojibwa Lutheran, Beicourt Sunday Worship at 11 am. Sunday School at 10 um. Pastor Marv Abrohamson - 477-6429 Veterinary Medical scholarship. Cole Slaubaugh, Wolford; Bismarck State College, ‘ Norman & Bill Erickson “Uffda” scholarship. St. Ann’s Catholic Church - Beicourt Saturday Mass at 5 p.m. Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m., 5 p.m. Confessions: Sat. 9:30 am 8 4-6:30 pm, Sun. 8-11 I.ll'I., 4:30-6 pm and boloro or alter daily Masses Monday - Friday Morning Mass: 6:30 AM OOP Monday Friday Evening Moss: 5 PM OOP Tuesday: 11th and 121h grade Youth Group 6:30 oi 8 p.m. Wednesday: Gib-12th Youth Group 6:30 cl 8 p.m. Thursday: 4th-51h Grodo Open Youth Room 4:30-6 p.m. Friday: Gib-12th Open Youth Room 6:30 or 8 p.m. Saturde No Youth Group liov. Michael Slovak, 5.01.1. liar. Dave Bmkko, 3.0.L.T, llov. Fred Alexander, SOL. 1', Rev. Anthony Hessian, Deacon Francis Davis - 477-5601 ext. 0 St. Anthony’s Catholic Church Beicourt Sunday Mass at 11:30 am. 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 p.m. Sunday Mass at 10:30 am. Confession Saturdays 4:15 to 5:15 p.m. 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 p.m. 2I8 Grace Street, St. John Rev. Wayne Hanson - 477-8578 St. Benedict’s Catholic Church Rural Beicourt Sunday Mass at 8:30 am. Confession: Sundays 8 to 8:30 am. Rev. Richard Fineo 477-3081 Assembly of God - Beicourt Turtle Mountain Worship Center Prayer Meeting Wednesdays at 6 p.m. Bible Study Wednesdays at 7 p.m. Sunday Worship at 11:00 a.m. Curlis Palnaude, pastor Phone 477-6017 Notre Dame Catholic-Church Willow City 1st and 4th Sundays, Saturday at 5 p.m. 2nd Sunday at 11 am. 3rd and 5th Sunday at 9 ram. ’ Fr. Paul/a] Thondappa 246-3449 Willow Creek Lutheran Church Overly Sunday Worship at 6:30 cm. 244-5781 Mountain View Ministry Wolford Lutheran Church Sunday Worship at 8:30 am. Cofiee: 9:30 am. Sunday School: 9:45 am Rev. Barb Haugerud Church on a Mission Pentecostal Church of God 19th 151 St., 3rd Ave. SE, Dunseith (701) 244-0268 Rev. Lloyd and Rae Flansburg — 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. ROLLA DRUG Phone 471-3174 DACOTAH BANK Member FDIC First State Insurance of Rolla PRESENTATION MEDICAL CENTER Rolla ' 477-3161 JOHNSON OIL CO. Tesoro Products Rolette - 246-3771 ROLETTE STATE BANK Member FDIC ROLETTE INSURANCE AGENCY at Rolette State Bank - 246-3395 HARLOW’S BUS SALES SERVICE Harlow Hageness, owner Rolette 246-3700 LEEVERS FOODS Roila’s Full Service Grocery MUNRO MOTOR COMPANY Phone 477-3124 - Rolla