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‘ . Fire department gains some new velunteers The Star The Rolla Kindergarten class got to'ride on the Rolla- Fire Department’s fire truck last week-as part of learning about fire safety during the month of October, which is National Fire Safety Month. Hedlund earns degree in natural leSoUrces ‘ _The Office of the Registrar at the University of Minnesota Crookston recently announced its list of summer 2021 graduates. Students completed their degree requirements during the summer session 2021. Summer session ‘ graduates in- clude Kelsey Hedlund of Perth, ND, who graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources. One of five campuses in the Uni- versity of Minnesota System, the University of Minnesota Crookston cultivates curiosity by engaging stu- dents in hands-on learning connect- ing theory to practice. As the ‘Mm gill-tr mgr tumult leil-‘WWWM Medicare Part D O r . experienced leader in delivering edu- cation online, the Crookston campus offers a distinctive learning environ- ment providing personal attention , and mentorship to'deVel'op leaders, lifelong learners, and engaged citi— zens. Visit Crookston at umcrook- ston.edu en Enrollment runs V Sdleduie manpoimmenttoday by “mum orby'cailing (701) 328-2440. WWW mmimmmmmmmm Wm wW‘W 40201 WaWmeWqummmu-flwmm TURTLE MOUNTAIN HOUSING AUTHORITY, T.D.H.E. A TRIBALLY DESIGNATED HOUSING ENTITY P.O.. BOX 620 * 9818 BIA RD 7 j- SUiTfi 7 BELCOUR‘I’, NORTH DAKOTA 58316-0620 TEtEPHONE: 701477-5673 ADMlNiSTRATlON OFFICE FAX: 701—477-0193 BID ADVERTISEMENT TMHA Retirement Home Remediation Project-2021 The Turtle Mountain Housing. Authority is seeking qualified individuals/contractors to conduct health and safety hazard remediation at the Turtle Mountain Retirement Home. TMRH Remediation Project-2021 will include rehab/repair with various stages of removal or replacement of items that are unsafe or hazardous. (For example: removal of carpeting, installation of tile, installation of handicap toilet, bathroom sink, grab bars, etc.). > A bid package outlining items and quantities is available upon request.) Indian Preference will apply on this project. For more information, or to request a big package, please'contact: Jodelle Keplin at (701) 477-5673 ext. 274 or email jmkeplinwmhousingnet Bids must be received at TMHA Main Office by 4pm on Wednesday, October 20th, 2021. TMHA. reserves the right to waive any informality and/or reject any and all bids October 1 1, 2021 .M \ 9t,;mt;jftlljl . imfwfitimtxamttt QNEMHCF ti lie; eiatitt’i tarsng {timidin mom-iterated teat Eeiiaeierai tietéaitti‘; , new be ‘ifit‘tWittgfi aggeisfimems Monday through Thursday 8:30am to 1 1:30am starting October 12, 2021. - Public Health Nursing (PHN) offers any dose of Covid vaccine (Pfizer 1st,; 2nd, booster). Moderna vaccine is available on Thursdays only. The influenza vac- cine can be safely co-admlnistered with .the Covid vaccine. We will be taking three patients every 15 minutes to ensure social distancing guidelines. Please call 477-8469, 477-8454 or 477-8455 to schedule " an appointment. Please be cautious with parking as spots are limited. lf parking lot is full, please park on PAVED street, do not park on grass or gravel driveway next to PHN building. Only 6 patients can be allowed in building at a time due to space and social distancing guidelines. Masks must be worn at all times while'inside PHN. building. Please bring your vaccination card with you to your appointment. fltiittellrtete “her that literate “ barrister aft-imam “Third dose” (immunocompromised) versus “Boosters” (others) Pfizer and Moderna 3-shot series for immunocompromised ' CDC recommends that people with moderately to severely compromised “ immune systems receive an additional dose of mRNA COVlD-19 vaccine at least 28, days after a second dose of Pfizer-BioNTech COVlD-19 vaccine or Moderna COVlD-19 vaccine. This includes people dealing with the following - Been receiving active eancer treatment fOr tumors or cancers of the blood - Received an organ transplant and- are’ taking medicine to suppress-the immune system - Received a stem cell transplant within the last 2 years or are taking medicine to suppress the immune system Moderate or severe primary immunodeficiency (such as DiGeorge u: syndrome, Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome) 0 Advanced or untreated HIV infection - Active treatment with high-dose corticosteroids or other drugs that may 5" suppress your immuneresponse 0 People 65 years and older and residents in long-term care settings should " receive a booster, shot of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVlD-19 vaccine. ' People aged 50-64 years with underlying medical conditions should receive a bOoster shot of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVlD-19 vaccine. . People aged'18—49 years with underlying medical conditions may receive a booster shot of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVlD-19' vaccine based on their . individualbenefits and risks, and - People aged'18-64 years who are at increased risk for COVlD-19 exposure and transmission because of occupational or institutional setting may receive a booster shot of PfizeréBioNTech’s COVlD-19 vaccine based on their individual benefits and risks- ‘* 1 "tr ' it. ,. it i V yer ., Moderna’s 3rd dose booster is only approved for immunocompromised at this time. Johnson & Johnson does not have approval for a booster shot at , this time. ' Quentin N. Burdick Memorial Hospital 1300 Hospital Loop, Belcourt, ND (7-01) 47745111 ’i‘ i. V‘Tr-r =1; «l: in .12? ‘9