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Belcourt will stay on the road this week for the last road game of the year against Wahpeton. Mule deer survey begins The state Game and Fish Depart- ment’s annual fall aerial mule deer survey is set for mid-October in western North Dakota. Weather per- mitting, the survey takes about two weeks to complete. During the survey period, people could notice low-flying small air— planes over some parts of the bad- lands. Game and Fish biologists have completed aerial surveys of the same 24 badlands study areas since the 19505. The survey is used to collect mule deer population data for moni— toring demographic trends, such as buck—to-doe and fawn-to-doe ratios. Permit required to possess dead deer North Dakota Game and Fish De- partment enforcement personnel are issuing a reminder that a permit is re—, ' quired before taking possession of a dead deer found near a road or in a field. Only shed antlers can be pos- sessed without a permit. Permits to possess are free and available from game wardens and local law enforcement offices. In addition, hunters are reminded to properly dispose of dead deer. Car- cass waste cannot be left on public property. including roadways, ditches or wildlife management areas. The best place to dispose of car- cass waste is via a municipal solid waste landfill. nor LOCAL. 1 EAT LOCAL. srrno LocAL. EIIJDY LOCAL. NDI-IS‘A'A 9B Football State Playoffs Round 2 October 16 at Higher Seed October 23 at Higher Seed October 30 at Higher Seed .,.i 11; . twizmtlm w" my n, "T Hemmer/Scranton e «1 Bottmeau High School New SalemrAlmont High Sch em in.»www.mw mgé at a Divtde County High St noel l t u a y- Cavalier High School is‘e Surrey High School Quarterfinais Semifinals Final November 6 at Higher November 12 at Seed FARGODOME 1321‘ moo “:t‘ih me m m not» All Games Shown In Local Time .. i‘.‘ it, =3 ‘iiw HELP WANTED NUTRITIONUNITED INC. is seeking an individual for a growing Driver’s position for the Rolette County Transit Area. Must possess valid Driver’s License and pass drug screening. ‘ If interested apply with Nutrition United, Inc. located at the Rolla Community Center, 119 6th Ave. NE in Rolla. or call 477-6421 between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Contact person is Larry Leonard Jr. Equal Opportunity Employer Dunseith Day 95-561 School Board VACANCY Dunseith Day School has four (4) vacancies on the P.L. 95-651 School Board. The terms run ,for two (2) years. You must have a child that is currently a student at the Dunseith Day School. Only parents and/or legal guardians may run for school board. If you are interested in running, please call Dunseith Day School at (701) 263-4636 to re- quest a letter of intent and have it return back to the school in care of Pamela Defender, School Board Secretary by 4:00 p.m. Monday, October 25, 2021. r P.L. 95-651 School board election will be held on Tuesday, October 26, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. EDUCATIONAL VACANCY THE DUNSEITH ‘SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 IS. ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOW- ING POSITIONS: EL TEACHER 0 LIBRARIAN 0 HEAD TRACK COACH 0 SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS JOB DESCRIPTIONS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. SALARY TO BE DETERMINED BY THE DUNSEITH BOARD OF EDUCATION SALARY SCHEDULE. APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL FILLED. . PLEASE APPLY WITH THE BUSINESS OFFICE, DUNSEITH PUBLIC SCHOOL, PO BOX 789, DUN- SEITH, ND 58329. Dated at Dunseith this 1st day of October, 2021 By order of the Dunseith Board of Education Country club wraps up busy year as Laducer, Keplin, Dejarlais win toUrney The Rolla County Club hosted its final tournament of the year Sunday, September 26, featuring 75 golfers making up three—man teams all play- ing a unique format. Over the course of 18 holes, golfers switch back and forth be- tween best ball and singles play. On} the track's most difficult holes — three, four and five the best ball format is used featuring all three players. On the remaining holes, two play— ers combine for best ball while one player is on his own'. Two scores ~— the single and the two—man total' — are used on holes one, two, six, seven, eight and nine. The tournament was split into three flights with the top four teams all earning prizes. Taking bragging rights into the winter was the team of Mitch La— ducer, Kurt Keplin and Chucky Des- jarlais. The squad won the championship flight with a score of 107. The team combined to record 14 total birdies and no bogeys across 18 holes. In second place with a 110 was a team consisting of a father and two sons — Clarence Davis, Jackson Davis and Chugger Davis. They teamed up for 13 birdies. There was a tie for third place with two teams finishing at 115. The team of Adam Azure, Stacy Azure and Eric Azure won a count back. They were tied with the team of Paul Frydenlund, Kent Weston and Jason Nordmark, who settled for fourth place. In the second flight, a Dunseith trio teamed up to take first place. Danny Peltier, Willie Counts and big-hitting Dave Nadeau finished with a 123. That score was enough to hold off their Dunseith neighbors, Richard LaFromboise, Ron Peltier and Terry 'Belgarde who finished in second with a 124. Another tie for third place led to a Countback, which was won by the team of Weston Poitra, Spencer La- ducer and Brandon LaFountain. That left a fourth place finish for the team of Hunter Parisien, Jason Delorme and a golfer who goes by the name of "Fuzz." In the final flight, the team of Pep CrOttly, Doug Smith and Brady Kor- patinti took home‘the top spot. They shot a 131 and won in a countback over the team of Gavin Poitra, Gary Baker and Dennis Parisien. There was another countback to determine third and fourth place. In third was a trio of Desjarlais, Johnathon, Mark and Matthew shot a 133 and won on the countback over the team with the highest combined age in the tournament. In fourth place was Dale Jun- tunen, Curt Juntunen and Ed Haas. They also shot a 133, which is 88 strokes short of their combined age of 221. In addition to prize money for the top four teams in all three flights, some sharp shooters were also awarded cash for their great shots. Chugger Davis planted his tee shot on the par 3 No. 4 hole just 4'9" from the pin. Danny Peltier hit a dart to the par 3 No.6 hole that stuck just 5'2" from the stick. Mike Day had the longest putt on No. 9, which featured one of the more dicey hole placements on the day. Still, he rolled in a 19'6" down- hill putt with a big break to secure the cash prize. I'_"'"_"____—_"'""__"_"_—""_—""""_""——"___-_'l 5. Rolla Drug Main Street, Rolla - 477-3174 All your prescription needs! Gifts for all occasions! Hallmark Cards! Hours: 9-5:30 M-F - 9-1 Sat. Pharmacy open ’til 1 p.m. Saturdays Miami at Jacksonville Harris Oil, Hwy 281 Belcourt . 477-6000 - Convenience Store Full Self Service Gas Pumps OPEN 24 HOURS! LA Rams at NY Giants ROLLA Dairy Queen * Hot meals Cool treats! Stop in today! Green Bay at Chicago “You know us. We know you. ‘ ROLEITE S'I'ATEBAM 246-3395 m me Dallas at New England UNIT? 5 MOTOR CO. 504 Main Ave East . Rollo 701-477-3124 0 000-390-3124 BUICK College Game NDSU at Illinois State Name: Address: Phone Number: L—-———————--— ~ Tiehreakor: Total Points“ 01 the Use your football knowledge or just plain luck to pick the winners! 'Win‘a $25 glft certificate to one of 15 area businesses! Weekly winners are eligible for a 1 29 HERE'S How Ir Worms In each of the boxes above, circle the team at the bottom that you think will win. Then out out this ad and bring it into The Star, 11 1st Ave. NE. or send it to: Football Forecast, care of Turtle Mountain Star, Box 849, Rolla, N.D., 58367. Entries must be received at The Star ofl'ice by Friday at 5 p.m. One entry per person. No copies accepted. The winner will also get his/her picture in this space the-following week. Each weekly winner qual- ifies for the $150 grand prize drawing! In case of a tie, total points of the Monday night game Will determine the winner. Don’t forget to fill it out! Curl's Theatre ’fmheponcfam ray the imovie! ; ‘ ‘ Monday & FridayrB Saturday and Sunday: 7 & 9 p.m. Minnesota at Carolina lllll MlEllT . 3.7,, ill fr" A mm 1201 Main Ave W' 477-3116 TU RTLE ’Langdon 70135651515" Houston at Indianapolis MOUNTAIN COMMUNICATIONS Bottineau — 701.228.1101 Rolla 701.477.1101 NITED Cincinnati at Detroit Gustafson Oil and Propane Rolla - 477-3660 Open 7:30 a.m to 8 p.m. M-Sat. Closed Sundays 24-hour Credit Card Access! All major credit cards accepted Las Vegas at Denver DACOTAH BANK Here for you ‘Rolla: 477-3175 Belcourt: 477-6143 Member FDIC College Game UND at Southern Illinois Turtle Mountain Star’s CONTEST Lallot's Game most of the entries. g IR'olla40 477-0522 \ (Comes 1°“ LA Chargers at Baltimore I'afive Rolla Location “atarnz'v‘m‘awger' 477-3127 SHOP 1101 RS: Honda“ thru Saturday (.231) an: A pm ‘ Sundn) 8 am .1 pm 24 Hour Cardtro! Gas Diesel-Fuel Premium Colic, Pizza & Sandwiches! Kansas City at Washington LEEVERS Fooos Fresh Meats - ln-Store Bakery Every Day Low, Low Prices! OPEN 7 a.m. 9 p.m. M-Sat ' 9 a.m. to 7p.m. Sun. 477-3119 Arizona at Cleveland 4 miles west of Belcourt on Hwy 5 477-9368 , %* FURNITURE Living Room Dining Room Bedroom O Appliances EZ Financing Available! Seattle at Pittsburgh LG'DOTS toooooooooooooollloooooooo-o Join us at the lounge for Football Sundays! Highway 5 - Belcourt Store: 477-5793 Off-Sale: 477-5801 Monday Night Game Buffalo at Tennessee it was a rough week for most of the football forecasters. A host of difficult games to pick along with the usual un- predictability of the NFL made for a lot of red marks on . With all the new en- tries coming in this , season, it was still i three seasoned forecast veterans who battled it out. Kim Kakela was closest in points, beating out Mike Welch and Harry Belgarde..AII three had nine right but Kakela won with a 49 point guess for Monday’s game. For Kakela’s efforts, The Star purchased him a $25 gift certificate to Harris Oil. -———-—---—_-_____—_—_-_—_--_J