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October 11, 2021 Nowella Bercier David LaRocque Parker Cottonwood Jhett Counts a. 31.. n1“ are fit? Mercedez Strong 1% Rayne Counts sat lit/radii Cassmiene Siose Tyren Dubois LaRocque said if nothing was done those costs would continue in the :future. He {acknowledge there would be a cost to remove the build- ings, but added it would be a one- . time expense. “In the long run it will be saving the county money,” LaRocque said. The buildings have been mostly vacant for years. Rolette County So- cial Services had used the sheriff’s residence for office space but vacated the structure earlier this year. Metcalfe openly asked why the commission should leave the build- ings alone, but was not given an an— ..wer. Instead, Poitra countered by asking what the rush was to take them down. “I think you guys are making a bigger issue than this has to be. I don’t understand why it has to be done so quickly,” Poitra said. Moors said the buildings have ‘been an issue for almost‘five years and that it was time for the board to move forward. With that, the motion was voted on and passed. County officials will remove the buildings and are expected to begin the process this fall. Poitra said he wanted a detailed cost of the project, stating it would cost more than the estimate because of unknown factors. He used a potential example of a truck breaking down and needing re- pairs during the process. Once the razing is finished, it is expected the area will initially be used as a parking lot. In other county news, motorists driving through St. John can get into town a little quicker. St. John Mayor Rodney Phelps attended part of the meeting to ask the commission about speed limit signs heading ,north into town. Phelps said he has heard from people who are driving around the city in an attempt to avoid law en- Dorothy ~ Baumgartner Dorothy Baumgartner, age 88,-of . Belcourt, ND passed away on Satur— day, October 2, 2021 at the Belcourt Hospital, Belcourt, ND. Arrangements are pending at this time. Elick Funeral Home, Rolla, ND, is in charge of arrangements. Commisison (Continued from Page 1) ‘ forcement and the 45 and 25 mile per hour zOnes. . “As a mayor and a business owner I don’t want to hear that,” Phelps said. 1 The commission agreed to look into the matter and later in the week opted to 'move the speed limit signs closer to city limits. Motorists will have to reduce their speed to 25 miles per hour when they get close to the Rolette County Recreational building, located on the southern edge of the city.‘ Lastly, Sheriff Nathan Gustafson reported that the jail is operating at near capacity. Gustafson said the county is averaging around 40 in- mates every day with 95 percent of ' them residing from within Rolette County. I St-.110,1111~Presbyterian Church I . FALL SUPPER Sunday, Oct. 17 Serving 4 p.m. ’til Gone Turkey or Ham - Potato - Gravy Dressing o-Squash 1- Rutab-aga - Corn ‘ Pumpkin Pie! Take out ONLY $8 per plate Call in orders: 370-6200 Or 550-1296 SchooL 2021, at 3:45 pm. NOTICE OF ELECTION The Turtle Mountain Middle School will be holding an election for one (1) Public Law' 95-961 School Board position. There is one (1) seat open'for a three (3) year term. To be eligible to run, you must be a parentl guardian of a child enrolled at/the Turtle Mountain Middle School and must not be an employee of the Turtle Mountain Community School. This election will.take place on November 1, 2021, from 2:00 pm. to 7:00 pm. at the Turtle Mountain Middle If you are interestedin running for a position, please pick up an “Intent to Run” form from Jacqueline Mundy or Carla Parisien at the Turtle Mountain Middle School Office by October-20, Please wear a maskwhen entering the building and practice social distancing. Maleah Poitr Temperance LaForge Bayleigh Amyotte Dunseith Dlementary School * {; honors students of the manth 1% Dunseith Elementary School re— cently honored its September Stu— dents of the Month. Students from prekindergarten to the sixth grade were chosen for the honor. Those selected by grade were as follows: Pre-Kindergarten: Nowella Bercier, daughter of Victoria Bender and Billy Bercier. ' Kindergarten: Jhett Counts, son of Jack and. Heather Counts. Rayne Counts, granddaughter of Rita Counts. , - , First Grade: Miguel LaRocque, son of Marshall LaRocque and Rolanda Thomas. Danielle Selburg. Daughter of Kevin Wynn and Crys- tal. Selburg. ' Second Grade: Keltyn St. Pierre, daughter of Teresa St. Pierre. David LaRocque, son of David and Brittany LaRocque. I . Third Grade: Julianna Malaterre, daughter of Derrick and Ginger. LaFromboise. Cassmiene Siose, daughter of Nino and April Siose. Fourth Grade: Maleah Poitra, granddaughter of Sandra Morin. Temperance LaForge, daughter of Carl LaForge and Amber Kom. Fifth Grade: Bayleigh Amyotte, granddaughter of Pam Baker. Parker Cottonwood, son of Penny Cotton- wood. Sixth Grade: Mercedez Strong, daughter of Christopher and Sheena Strong. Tyren Dubois, son of Jared and Brandi Dubois. Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Few Showers Mostly Cloudy High: 53 Low: 38 High: 52 Low: 37 High: 50Low: 36 High: 48 Low: 32 High: 46 Low: 33 High: 45 Low: 29 High: 47 Low: 33 Few Showers Cloudy Regional Temperatures North Dakota South Dakota Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Wednesday Hi/Lo fl Iii/Lo Ex C_ity Hi/Lo fl Hi/Lo M Bismarck..... 58/44 sh 55/40 sh Aberdeen..... 65/48 pc 60/41 sh Bottineau..... 54/39 me 53/36 sh RapidCity.... 55/39 sh 50/36 sh Devils Lake .. 58/43 mc 55/40 sh SiouxFalls 69/54 s 64/45 1 Dickinson 53/36 sh 51/32 sh Fargo ...... .. 64/51 pc 61/46 sh Montana Grand Forks“ 61/47 pC 60/43 Sh Billings . . . . .. 41/31 rs 44/33 sh Jamestown 60/45 mo 56/41 sh ’ Minnesota Mm“ """" ‘ 55/40 Sh 54/37 Sh Duluth ..... .. 64/52 sh 61/50 sh Rugby . . . . . .. 56/40 mc 53/37 sh Minneapolis 69/54. pa 66/52 1 Williston‘...“ 52/36 sh 53/34 sh 7 ' ‘ Weather (Wx): cl/cloudy; fl/flurries: ManltOba’ canada ' pc/partly cloudy;mc/mostlycloudy:r/rain/: Brandon ' - A- 32/2] Cl 32/21 PC rs/rain8csnow:s/sunny:sh/showers:sn/snow; Killamey..... 32/18 "1“ 32/19 PC ss/snowshowers;t/thunderstorms Winnipeg..... 32/22 Cl 32/20 (:1 Sun and Moon g 23y Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset @ Tuesday 7:54 am. 6:53 pm. 3:40 pm. 11:27 pm. First Wednesday 7:56 a.m. 6:51pm. 4:28 pm. Next Day Last 10/12 Thursday 7:57 am. 6:50pm. 5:03 pm. 12:40am. 10/28, . Friday 7:59 am. 6:48 pm. 5:30 pm. 1:57 run. .1 Saturday 8:00am. 6:46pm. 5:51p'.m. 3:13am. *r \\\\ Sunday 8:02 am. 6:44pm. 6:09 pm. 4:27 am. Full Monday 8:04 am. 6:42pm. 6:26 pm. 5:38 am. New 10/20 11/4 KEEPING YOU Connected. Int-neon- 800.844.9638 1 701.477.1101 Call us for , delivery of your m Farm Fuel! 8qu Diesel, Gasoline, Ethanol, Propane, LP Tanks for sale," Wheel Alignments, LP Heaters, Tires, Service Shop Gustafson Oil ' 1 477-3660 UNITED Imammunninuwmumum. €3% Friday I ‘ Saturday Sunday %@ Cloudy ‘ We offer a full range of cost-effective and creative printing and design services to N‘ help your business! Mountain Monday 61‘ 4/ ¥ .— Pattly Cloudy Mostly Cloudy In-Depth Local Forecast Today we will see mostly cloudy skies with a slight chance of showers. high temperature of 53‘. humidin of 69%. North wind 10 to 15 mph. 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