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Page The Star September 13, 2021 I , Luxury box seating Fans of the Turtle Mountain High School Braves found a perfect spot to take in Friday night’s action as the home team took on the Watford City Wolves. The pickup box with lawn chairs complete with an umbrella shade made for- comfortable viewing as the home team marched to a big win. For more on the game, see page 9. word has always been good.” Wayne Barbot also attended the meeting and addressed the council. Barbot is also on-theDunseith De- velopment Corporation?“ " " a ' “I want to see the plant up and running,” Barbot commented. “My big thing is employment and I want to see more jobs being created.” With that the council voted and all Were in favor of the motion except for councilman Randy Vivier. Vivier asked the council if‘ they would consider offering the building to the Turtle Mountain Tribe at the cost that it was sold, but the question did not generate any discussion. The future business is a light weight travel trailer company. Leonard said officials from the busi- nesses are building a new product a ~ 0 '50 Maria“. nommsgrm rm:st M03561”. it} . Building ,. (Continued from Page 1) “l want'to See thie‘plant up andkrunning. 1.My is. emphyrnent and l to See «in U "2‘ a — . merero. sghelno createdflf Wayne Barbot, Dunseith businéés either “and member ofi‘the’eit‘y’s‘rdevelopment corporation that involves constructing trailers that are light enough to be pulled by sports utility vehicles (SUVs.) Hoefer has indicated he will begin cleaning out the building in the up- coming months. He said what he doesn’t need would be donated to the public. In. other city news, the council briefly discussed the 2020 census re— port. A total of 632 people Were re- ported to be living in Dunseith, or L 141 less than the last time the census was conducted in 2010. Marion said lack of housing is the biggest con- tributing factor to the steep decline. “When I started looking around the community I think we might be a little bit down,” Marion said. “The trailer court is empty and other hous- ing units are vacant. I think there are still people that live here or want to live here but there isn’t a place for many of them right now.” ' i flaere’snoflfingflkefliesafisfadionofaiobwelldone. Buttfyoucan’tbend,twist,orlift,yourworklifecomes toastop.AtTrinityHeatth,ourspedalistsofierthelatest badrpmblems. Youexperieneeiesspainmshorterhospitalstay,anda 'guidrerreooverydoyoucangetbackonthejob. Call roiasr—ssn'to connect with a spine and neck specialist «WWW. {mum ‘ m z MAYO CLINIC CARE NETWORK others have been fantastic Masks remain optional at the Mt. Pleasant School in Rolla. The district has administered between 15 and 20 tests so far this year without any pos- itive results. Superintendent Brad Nash said testing will be discussed at this week’s meeting and could be ramped up as the needed. The school sent out a survey a few weeks ago revisiting he use of masks in school. Nash estimated 10 percent of students and staff is currently . wearing a mask. The survey yielded 71 family responses from 130 eligi- ble families. A total of 46 percent were in favor of a mask requirement while 54 opposed the measure. Nash estimated more than 50 percent of students over the age of 12 who are eligible for the vaccine have taken it, while adding the staff is “very close to 100 percent” vaccinated. Rolette Superintendent Wade Sherwin said as of last Thursday, only six tests have been administered since classes began August 24. Sher- win said two staff members and four students have been tested and all of the results have been negative. “We’ve had a few little scares but Morin earns degree from Northwest Tech Kirsten Morin from Belcourt graduated with an associate of sci- ence in nursing from Northwest Technical College in Bemidji, Minn., at the conclusion of the Spring 2021 semester. Northwest Technical College, lo- cated in northern Minnesota’s lake district, has prepared students for ful- ‘ filling careers in high-demand fields for more than 50 years. The college’s accessible, affordable, hands-on pro- grams also help the region’s employ- ers meet their ever- growing need 'for a highly skilled workforce. NTC serves more than 1,000 students with' an excellent education, an open-en- rollment policy and affordable tu- ition. Students may pursue nearly 40 degree, diploma and certificate pro- grams in six distinct career paths. Classes are offered on campus, on- line, or as a combination of both. 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