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September 13, 2021 The Star ‘ Rolla High School Homecoming candidates were chosen for this year’s annual event. Queen candidates are, front row, left to right: Marti Moberg, Jaina Canapi, Trista Henderson and Isadora Morin. King candidates are in the back row, left to right: Deryk Thomas, Zane Wuori, Harrison Longie and Ian DeLong. Homecoming candidates chosen, eventsset for big week Rolla High School’s annual homecoming events will kickoff this week and culminate with a Friday night football games against Nelson County. 1 Each day of this week is dedicated to school spirit and fun. Beginning Monday (today) a scavenger hunt is on deck for grades 5 through 12. It’s also been deemed “’Merica Monday” and students are encouraged to wear USA gear. 12m contained to the amount of time- I’m allowedtto have her,’9=.Desjar1ais said. With that Moors asked the com— missioners if anyone would rescind the motion but he didn’t get any tak- ers. , “If it’s up to me to rescind the mo— tion I will not,” commissioner Allen Schlenvoght said. “We passed it and it was done,” commissioner Craig Poitra added. With nobody rescinding the mo- . tion, the full—time position remained unchanged. In other county news, the com- mission approved the appointment and oaths of three sheriff deputies. Earlier this summer the commission approved adding four deputies to the sheriff’s department using federal PUBLIC NOTICES A public notice is information informing citizens of government activities that may affect the citizens’ everyday lives. Public notices have been printed in local newspapers, the trusted sources for community information, formore than 200 years. 7:503“) ' 050313) Twin Tuesday will have students “find their match” and wear similar gear throughout the school day. Stu- dents in grades kindergarten through 10th grade will also do some side- walk chalk decorating. . Formal clothing will be the theme on “Wowsa Wednesday. Coronation is also set for 2:45 p.m. at the school’s new gym. Homecoming candidates are Deryk Thomas, Zane Wuori, Harri— Commission (Continued from Page 1) dollars over the, next four years .» James Brossart, Wade Crissler and Ethan McGillis were all recently hired by Sheriff Nathan Gustafson, who has not said when he’ll make a fourth hire. Lastly, the commission is also looking to possibly demolish the for- mer jail building. The structure, which has been vacant for four years, V t. b W‘lENA’S llilS lA Mills Main Avenue, Rolla in r4? Lena's building during inclement weather Every Wednesday and Saturday from July 4th to Halloween :30 a.m. Specialty markets during the winter months son Longie and Ian DeLong for king. Queen candidates are Marti Moberg, Jaina Canapi, Trista Henderson and Isadora Morin. Tropical Thursday is aimed at get- ting students to wear their best Hawaiian styles. Grades 5 through 12 will also have a dance competition in the new gym at 2:45 p.m. The vol- leyball team will also host Bottineau staring with the JV game at 6 p.m. Fan Frenzy Friday will end the remains unoccupied. Rolette County Auditor Val McCloud said the county has continued to pay for electricity, water and heat in the building. Mc- Cloud said a final decision is ex- pected soon and if the board moves to demolish the unit, it could happen before the end of the year. Commis- sioners Moors and LaRocque are looking into the matter. lift Centennial Park or in p.m. Follow us on acebook for updates! sec; 5K Fun Walk and Run - start: @ . Rolla School Door if 1 *Cost - Freewill donation does to the Backpack Program“ 11=OOam - 1:00pm free Pumpkin Painting Citq Hall 11:00am - 1:00pm Ree Hag Rides @ Cin Hall Sponsored bu the Rolla Chamber of Conamerce week with students encouraged to dress in their favorite Cougar/Bull- dog gear. Float decorating will begin at 12: 15 p.m. and a pep rally will fol- ' low at 1 p.m. The parade down Main Avenue will start at 3 p.m. The annual home- coming game will kickoff at 7 p.m. with the North Prairie Cougars tak— ing on Nelson County in a battle of the unbeatens. We offer grades of gasoline, regular and dyed diesel available and 24-7 pay at the pump option! Page 3 l o Courthouse The following cases were dis- posed of in Rolette County District Court. The dollar amount listed in- cludes bond forfeiture and admin- istrative fees paid. Failure to wear seat belt Francis Wilfred DeCoteau, 63,. Dunseith. Ramsey Dean Delorme, 60, Dun— seith. Jason Wade Martel], 46, Belcourt. No driver’s license in possession Tehya Jo Dubois, 23, Dunseith. Theft of property Patrick Dean Azure, 60, Belcourt, $560, placed on two years supervised probation, sentenced to 277 days in jail with 133 days credit for time served. Driving while license privilege is suspended (4th offense) Christopher Lee Wilkie, 26, Barnsville, Minnesota, $325, placed on unsupervised probation for one year, sentenced to days in jail, ' days suspended, six days credit for time served. 313 1st St. NE, Rolla GRACE REALTY LLC Jessie Mickelson Broker/Owner 7éeMC’I/ez‘afla/oaaeedtamaée/ HIGHWAY 5 WEST BELCOURT, ND PHONE 477-8005 News Speeding Anthony Sawyer, 46, Central Islip, New York. Candida Rae Allery, 42, Belcourt. Allen Gene Bruce, 58, Belcourt. Mark D. Delorme, 56, Belcourt. ' Marisela Arlene Luisa Madrid,“ 21, St. John. ” EAT LocAL. 73. spun LocAL.:; Eiro LocAL. , IT nus run to sum TIIE rnsun. 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