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Page 12 The Star October 1 1 ,‘ 2021 leahna Trottier (14) bumps a pass to the Dunseith Setter as Kaydince Perez looks on during last week's match algal"St R0" lette. v Haidyn Zerr pops up a perfect set during the Lady Dragons' game against Rolette. ml .l, Vyb submit them to_ Turtio . i tle trouble ifiytilj 7,;25-11 and‘2537." , v L Kylie Parisien and Morgen Disrud J finishedhvwit’h three kills cacti for‘St. John. Aleigha Lenoir added four as- " 'Chucks. " ', ‘ jiurlooAl. _. e TURTLE MOUNTAIN. , ‘ -'HOUSING.AUTHORIT¥,*T..H.E-. A TRIBALLY'DESIGNATED HOUSING. ENTITY? ti PO. Box 620 1/4 MILE SOUTH ON HWY. 5 BELCOURT, ND 58316 . TELEPHONE 701-477-6873ADMINlSTRATlON‘OFFlCEgFAX 701-0193 i NOTICE . The Turtle Mountain Housing Authority is submitting a»-grant application to the ICDBG funding SOUrce. Thesource of funds if? received will be uSed in the development-of a 2>O'-24runit Veterans apartment complex. The building willc'on’sist of a two-story building . with accessibility. The program will be ma:naged_'and operated under ‘ the guidance and control. of the Turtle Mountain H0usin‘9’Authority and will utilize in conjunction With the TMHA VASH program. \ The Turtle Mountain Housing Authority is seeking'commentslfrom. the community on the project. Please provide comments to TMHA by October 8, 2021. Either hand-deliver to the main housingoffice‘or ...tain Housing Authority , Veterans Complex comments PO Box 620, Belcourt, ND 58316. A Belcourt Bravette goes low to try and dig out a Comet scoring attempt in the first round of pool PUBLIC , NOTICES A public notice is information informing citizens of government activities that may affect the citizens’ everyday lives. '1 Public notices have been printed in local newspapers, the trusted sources for community information, for more than 200 years. North Dakota newspapers also post public notices that are v printed in newspapers on www.ndpublicnotices.com at no additional charge to units of government. play at the Rolla Tournament on Saturday. Championship (Continued from Page 11) digs. Karesse Heinz finished with a dozen digs while Hannah Strong and Peltier each finished with 10 in the match. Strong and Justine Leonard each recorded a block for the f‘nmatn Rolette fell to the Lady Dragons on the road lastTuesday. It Was Dun- seith's third win of the year, and sec- ond in region play. In the consolation bracket on Sat— Z urday Dunseith and Rolette each. ,picked up wins. The Dragons downed Four Winds while'uRolette . got past Turtle Mountain. . v The Comets ended up claiming . the consolation bracket champi- onship with a win over the Dragons. Earlier in the week the Bulldogs and Woodchucks were both in action athome. . , ‘ Rolla took on Langdon-Edmore- Munich (LEM) and couldn't get past the high-flying Cardinals, falling in three games by scores of 25-14, 25- 16 and 25-17. Madison Samuelson paced .Rolla with seven kills and 14 digsRylee Hanlan- added: 18 digs and Morgan Leas finishedwith a dozen digs. Carmen ‘Elick recorded nine as- 3 sists in the, loss. St. John took on’fthe other top team in the region [with North Star | : camingiurawimhwaraaatad lit} :1 t'tfl‘ig‘Winning 25;— sists and‘ithr‘eefi-“digs to paCe the On Thursday it was, St. John's turn to take on theicardinals and they too came up short, losing in three games. L—E—‘M cruised With wins of 25-8525— 4 and 25-4. V . Disrud netted four kills for the Woodchucks. Rolla Will try and stay On a roll' when they from the Dragons on Tues- day. The two teams split their-two games in pool play in the tournament. Dunseithwill also take on Benson County 'while Rolette and Stfn‘dohn. will share the court on Tuesday in St. John. ” llllr tor 5rerllll tom. EllJllY Loon. ‘lT mass rolqu , S'l'llllT TllE rntnn.‘ l Sta r1 0 n r B A N K Taking you farther Dunseith: 244-5795 ROI-la: 477-8890 lBottineau:_228-3750 Member FDIC ' Athletes of the Week Jacob Thiefoe Jacob .‘Thiefoe, a' senior on the” Dunseith football team, helped‘lead the Dragons to a season-ending win over the Titans last week with two sacks on defense. Deputy Clerk of District Court District court - Rolla, ND The office of the Clerk of District Court in Rolla is requesting applications. for a Deputy Clerk. Starting. salary is $3,845 per month. Requires a high school diploma and two years of prior experience within the district court, law office or erelated legal setting. Applicants who do not meet the minimum experience requirements maybe considered ata training wage. The sUccessful candidate will be subject to a criminal background check. ' Applications must be submitted online at 'Www.governmentjobs.com/careers/ndcourts by 111:59 p.m., on October 21, 2021. Any form of paper or other electronic application will not be accepted. ‘ Madison Samuelson, ‘ Madison Samuelson, a freshman .on the Rolla volleyball team, helped lead the Bulldogs through a 10-team‘ tournament field and capture the championship in the Rolla Tourna- ment. These area athletes will receive an Athlete of the Week T-shirt for their outstanding efforts courtesy of Starion Bank and r the Turtle Mountain Star! For all your insurance needs contact. FIRST SATE INSURANCE of Rolla and Bottineau 477-6431 Toll-free 1-800-233-1341 Tuesday Area High School Sports Schedule Support your home team! tougher October. : V , . voueyba" vogueyb'a") Home ‘ Away Watlford Football Mandan City Away ‘Wahepton Volleyball ~ Voleyball Away Away Rona Benson County Volleyball Football Volleyball Home» .. Away Playoffs St. John New Away 1 Rockford TBD Volleyball Home Dunseith Football Playoffs Home .TBD Volleyball I Away |‘\—‘I:_l cat; Volleyball Away Lakota l touchdowns on offense and three