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22......“ . The'Star october 1 1, 2021 Notice of leasing NOTICE OF LEASING STATE SCHOOL LANDS The Board of University and School Lands will offer the following lands for lease in Roiette Co. »; Ac Term Rant Lapswonm [160-69] , 4' NE4 152 5 2384 i 15 - NE4 160 5 2504 WOLF CREEK (150.72) . 11 564 160 5 1983 36 5.4/4 160 - 5 1205 MARYqu [161-70) 14 NM 160 5 2272 23 ‘NE4 1-60 5 1977 24 EZSE4:SW4SE4;SE4SW4 160 5 1683 RUSSELL (161.72) 3 N25w4 so 5 1252 4 52564 as 5 1252 11 NM 160 5 1430 11 am 160 5 1173 MT PLEASANT [162-69) 27- ste4 70 5 1109 GILBERT [162-73) 16 NE4 160 5 965 16 NW4 157 5 762 HUTCHINSON [164-71) 36 NE4 150 5 533 Noxious weeds may be present on all trecs of Trust Land. The Surface Lease requires control of noxious weeds. Cost- share is available for approved treatment costs on‘ Trust Lands: Malone?!" Will lead Spedflc requirements at the auction. The public lease auction will be held in the Courthouse, Commissioner's Room at Rolla, ND. onMondav_ October 25, 2021 at 4:00 PM CT. other than the descripde of the lands to be auctioned, the Information contained in this advartlsement may be revised prior to the auction upon further review by the North Dakota Department of Trust Lands. Any such revisions will be announced at the auction and will be binding upon the bidders, Biddirg will begin at minimum rent lst year's rentmust be Paid In iU" immediately 306' dwe sale. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. For more information, usirhtmw/landndsov or call (701) 328-2800. For auxiliary aids and services, please call by 10/18/2021. ‘ 7/27/2021 Jodi Smith Land Commissioner (Sgptomber 27 Oct 4, 11, 18, 2021) Notice to creditors NOTICE To CREDITORS iN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ROLETTE COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, In the Matter of the Estate of DENNIS G. LUND, Deceased. Probate No. 40-2021-PR-00018 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed perSOnaI representative of the above estate. All persons having claims against the said deceasad are required to present their claims within three months after the date of the first publication or mailing of this notice or said claims will be forever - barred. Claims must either be presented to Susan flan- gan, personal representative of the estate, at c/o Gibbens Law Office, PO. Box 708, Cando, ND 58324, or filed with the Court. Dated this fifth day of October, 2021. Susan Langan Personal Representative .3961 County Road 43 St. John, 010-5836941301 Nathan Gibbens ND License #07111 GIBBENS LAW OFFICE PO. Box 708 Cando, ND 58324 Attorney for Estate . First publication on the11th day of October, 2021 (Octobr 11, 18 and 25, 2021) RoletteCo. Commission REGULAR MEETING, BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ROLE1TE COUNTY SEPTEMBER 7, 2021 The board convened 9:00 AM on September 7, 2021 with members Allen Schlanvogt, Craig Poitra, Henry LaRocque and Archie Metcaliapresent. Member Eldon Moors, Sr. presiding. Also present were Brian Grosinger, State’s Attorney, Sarah Bruce, Recorder, Robin Longie, Deputy Recorder, Mark Miller, Extension Agent, and Ellen Heine, Xcel Energy. Karen Armstrong, and Barb Frydeniund, Roiette County Public Health met with the board to discuss a lo- cation to construct garage for a Mobile Unit. Discussion on county owned lot, which could.,;work, but Public Health would need to own it if USDA‘Ioan is used. Also discussion on other options of county owned land, or building it onto the existing clinic structure. The board will look at the various options with Barb to see which one might be most suitable. Barb also updated the board on Public Health ac- tivities, which have centered on vaccinations. COVID cases in the county and state, hat/a been rising, so Barb encouraged individuals to get vaccinated, as Hospitals are struggling to handle all the COVID cases, mostly from unvaccinated individuals. Also discussed was Pub- lic Health propane tank, on the existing building. No ac- tion was taken. The board then opened bids for Pro-buy of 35,000 gallons of propane for the upcoming year; Bids were re- ceived from Harris Oil and Gustafson Oil. Motion by Schienvogt, seconded by Metcalfe to approve low bid from Harris Oil for Pre-buy of 35,000 gallons of propane, in the amount of $1 .35lgallon. On roll call vote, all mem- bers voted “AYE”. Motion carried unanimously. Nathan Gustafson. Sheriff then met with the board. Nathan stated NDDOCR will be doing an inspection of the Jail in October. Dan Kraft. Jail Administrator and staff have been making improvements. Discussion on staffing, and Nathan informed the board that he was im- ,1 plementing mask mandate for the jail and also restrict- ing entrance at this time, due to increase in COVID cases in the county, and several other issues related to the Sheriff's Department. The board then discussed Lake Shutta road and dust control options. Chairman Moors informed that board that they wouldn't be doing any dust control at this time, but will look at putting some recycled asphalt on the V4 mile just east of Hwy 281. Will research im- provements that can be made to the road for next year. No action was taken. 1 Motion by Schlenvogt, seconded by LaRocque to approve minutes from the previous meeting. On roll call vote, all members voted “AYE”. Motion carried unani- mousiy. Motion by Metcalfe, seconded by Schlenvogt to ap- prove Conditional Use Permit and Building Permit for Xcel Energy for Aircraft Detection Lighting tower to be constructed for the Border Winds wind farm. On roll call vote, all members voted "AYE". Motion carried unani- mously. Motion by Schlenvogt, seconded by Metcalfe to ap- prove certification oi Community Support for the Turtle Mountain Animal Shelter. On roll call vote, all members voted “AYE'. Motion carried unanimously. Motion by LaRocque, seconded by Schlenvogt, to approve Agreement for EFNEP program rental space in the amount of $2880Iyear. 0n roll call vote, all mem- bers voted “AYE”. Motion carried unanimously. Eldon Moors and Henry LaRocque gave a Road . Committee report. Discussion on graveling activities and bridge repairs. Discussion on filling the vacant po- sition in the Roiette Shop. Motion by LaRocque, to offer the position to Gary Davis, with Dean Azure as an alter- nate. seconded by Schlenvogt. On roll call vote, all members voted “AYE”. Motion carried unanimously. 'Kandace Desjarlais, Treasurer then appeared be- fore the board to discuss the Deputy Treasurer position, which had been approved to change from Part-time to Full-time in-2022 Budget Yaar. Chairman Moors dis- cussed the motion which was made to change the Deputy Treasurer to a Full-Time position, but stated that there was not enough work to do in the office to change this position from Part-time to FT status. Discussion also on combining the position with other offices, or re- scinding the motion. Kandance stated that she was only , looking at her officeAand had not been approached by other offices to share the position, and was not in favor of changing. After much discussion, no action was taken by the board. Craig Poitra then gave committee reports for the Housing Authority reporting that they are applying for grant funds for doors and window replacement from NCPC and are going through applicants for the Execu- tive Director position. No Mountain Lake Human Serv- ice Zone report was given, other that they are looking for office space in Belcourt for a satellite office. No action taken. ' Eldon Moors, and Henry LaRocque, gave a report on the Building Committee. Eldon informed the board that they are looking at removing old jail along with the old Sheriff's Residence. Discussion on the project. Eldon and Henry will proceed with inspections and re— quired permits before removing the structure. The board then held a Public Hearing for the 2022 Preliminary Budget at 11 AM. There being no one that .appeared for the Public Hearing, Commissioner Schlen- vogt introduced the following and moved for its adop- tion: PURPOSE OF APPROPRIATIONS 2022 County Board 116,555 County Auditor 178,984 County Treasurer 134,648 Recorder 147,130 State's Attorney 189,410 Tax Director 74,495 Emergency Manager 71,048 County Sheriff 490,328 Jail Maintenance 1,111,215 Maint of Buildings 30.000 Utilities ' 30,000 Janitor 22,200 Election 50,000 Annual Leave (Payoff) 30,000 Publishing 8,000 Social Security 175,000 Worker’s Compensation 25,000 Unemployment 11,000 Liability, Bldg, Auto insurance 92,000 County Dues 21,000 Technology Leases 20,000 Maintenance Agreements 53,000 Copier/Postage Machine 5,500 Technology Equipment Purchases 15,000 Audit Fee 20,000 Radio Communications 45,000 Coroner 6,000 Mental Health 4,000 County Park 12,500 Soc Services Indirect Costs 10,000 Misc. General 1 725,000 Veteran’s Service Officer 23,600 Emergency Fund 200,000 County Agent Levy . 54,300 Capital Trust Account/Capital Projects Levy 549,500 Consolidated RoadrFund 270,000 Unorganized District Road Levy 362,200 Farm to Market Road Fund 210,000 Farm to Market Maintenance Road Fund 100,000 Senior Citizen Levy 47,500 Historical Society Levy. 6,500 Ambulance Fund Levy 150.000 Weed Board Fund Levy 108,200 Roiette County Water Resource Board 35,000 Roiette County Soil Conservation Levy 56,188 Municipal Airport Levy 18,000 Public Health District 112,470 Highway Tax Fund 923,720 St. John Contract Police 87,564 911 Fund 139,059 Law Enforcement (Gaming Funds) 12,000 Government Grants 40,000 American Rescue Plan Fund 679,400 Hazardous Chemical 6,000 NSF Fund 900 Extension Service Sp. Trust 14,000 Supt Special Trust 4.000 Miscellaneous Fund 7,000 TOTAL REQUEST AND FINAL APPROPRIATION FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31. 2021 8,130,371 Interim Funding, Transfers 8. Delinquency $2,828,499 Estimated Ravande, Transfers Cash Balances $8,031,780 TOTAL COUNTY WIDE TAX LEVY $2,927,090 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that in accordance with the budget for January 1, 2022 and ending De- cember 31, 2022 for Roiette County adopted this day and filed with the County Auditor, there is levied as taxes for the calendar year 2021, the following: County General $1,347,387 Capital 224,560 Unorganized District Road 295,800 Consolidated Road Fund 224,560 County Agent 40,355 Veteran’s Service Officer 15,000 Emergency 22,456 Weed Board 67,400 Senior Citizen 27,734 Ambulance 106,900 Historical Society 5.538 Municipal Airport 16,000 Water Resource Board 33,230 Soil Conservation 51,000 Health District 112,280 The above resolution was seconded by Poitra. On roll call vote, Commissioners Schlenvogt, Poitra, Met- calfe and Moors voted "AYE". Commissioner LaRocque TURTLE MOUNTAIN HOUSING AUTHORITY, T.D.H.E. i6 A TRIBALLY DESIGNATED HOUSING ENTITY V PO. BOX 620 1/4 MILE SOUTH ON HWY: 5 BELCOURT, ND 58316 TELEPHONE 701-477-6873 ADMINISTRATION OFFICE FAX 701-0193 NOTICE The Turtle Mountain Housing Authority is, submitting a grant application to the lCDBG-ARP funding source. The source of funds if received will be used in the construction of a building that will house a temporary Children’s Shelter. The shelter will temporarily .house children in the event that no foster home is readily available to care for the child. The building will consist of two stories with handicap accessibility. The children’s shelter program ,will be managed and operated under the guidance and control of the Turtle, Mountain Child Welfare. 7 The Turtle Mountain Housing Autho the community on the project. Please provide comments to TMHA by October .8, 2021. Either hand-deliver to the main housing office or submit them to Turtle Mountain Housing Authority Children’s Shelter comments PO Box 620, Belcourt, ND 58316. ' rity is seeking comments’from voted “NAY”. Motion carried. On motion and unanimously approved, the follow- ing reports and statement of fees were received and filed: Sheriff, $25,792.15, Recorder $2,107.50. Recorder Preservation Fees, $1,691.88, Recorder State Fees; $70 and Treasurer's Total Collections, $603,141.16 and Auditor's Total Payments, $439,025.58 and the following county bills be allowed and ordered paid: CHK NAME AMOUNT 700876 ND POST BOARD 45.00. 700877 QUADIENT FINANCE 1,807.73 700878 NDPHIT: 24,171.85 700881 COMMERCIAL CARD SOLUTIONS 5,922.37 700882 MARCO TECHNOLOGIES LLC 2,929.82 700886 ND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT 25,522.26 53531 AFLAC 1,077.30 53532 WENDY BELGARDE 306.46 53533 B AND J EXCAVATING 7,182.00 . 53534 BOB BARKER COMPANY INC 137.31 53535 BUTLER MACHINERY COMPANY9,186.99 53536 CENEX FLEETCARD 533.72 53537 CITY OF ROLLA 231.01 53538 . CITY OF ST JOHN 97.00 53539 CLUTE OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC 10.23 53540 COLE PAPERS INC 222.35 53541 DALES CASH SUPPLY 89.55 53542 DALES CASH SUPPLY 5,966.34 53543 DF LIGHTING COMPANY 473.55 53544 DOUG AND MARYS JACK AND JILL26.76 53545 DUNSEITH HARDWARE 223.17 53546 ECOLAB PEST ELIM DIV 150.00 53547 EVANS TRUCKING AND AGGREGATE 1,596.00 53548 FISCAL ADMIN CO JAIL CLAIMS 2,395.15 53549 GREATWEST LIFE AND ANNUITY 100.00 53550 HAAS TIRE 210.00 53551 HARLOWS BUS SALES INC 189.53 53552 HARRIS OIL AND PROPANE 47,250.00 53553 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT 2,090.80 53554 JOC INC 5,006.20 53555 JOC INC 190.75 53556 KIMS APPLIANCE SERVIE INC 1,053.15 53557 KITTLESONS TRUCK REPAIR 1,218.50 53556 KOONERS GAS AND THINGS 2,941.14 53559 LEGACY COOPERATIVE 176.39 53560 LEGACY COOPERATIVE 4,509.47 53561 LUNSETH 12,154.32 53562 TOM MCCLOUD 1,850.00 53563 MCGUIRE IN RUGBY 39512 53564 ETHAN MCGILLIS 42.64 53565 MEDICO LIFE HEALTH INSURANCE 275.00 53567 PETER MORIN 540.00 53568 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC 57,984.30 53569 NEWMAN TRAFFIC SIGNS 580.22 53570 NORTH CENTRAL :Lco'rfilC COOP 54.00 53571 OFFICE DEPOT 213.22 53572 OFFICE DEPOT 418.34 53573 O'I'I'ERTAIL POWER COMPANY 1,193.80 53574 PIERCE COUNTY TRIBUNE 48.00 53575 POWERPLAN OIB 3,459.51 53576 PRESENTATION MEDICAL CENTER 4,339.00 53577 PRIDE DAIRY 494.28 53578 QUADIENT INC 473.00 53579 REDWOOD TOXICOLOGY 15.53 53580 ROLLA DRUG INC 35.05 53581 RUNNING SUPPLY INC , 485.03 53582 SYSCO NORTH DAKOTA 3,220.83 53583 TURTLE MTN PUBLIC 22:50 53584 TOWN AND COUNTRY TESORO 8.00 53585 TOWN AND COUNTRY TESORO 48.55 53536 - TRUENORTH STEEL 12.131.00 53587 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES 222-26 53588 TM STAR 130.78 53589 TM COMMUNICATIONS 2,412.58 53590 TWEED COUNTRY AG 123.04 53591 TYLER , 449.00 53592 UNIFORM CENTER 557.93 53593 US RECORDS MIDWEST LLC 11123 53594 WARD COUNTY 565.00 53595 WESTSIDE SERVICE CSTORE 81.62 53596 DANNY FOSS 84,553.50 53597 MIKKELSEN AGGREGATES OF ROLLA 45,785.00 53598 ND ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES 252.70 53599 PETER MORIN 540.00 53600 BUTLER MACHINERY COMPANY 665.16 53601 CITY OF ROLLA 783.38 53602 CLUTE OFFICE EQUIPMENT lNC 90.43 53603 COLE PAPERS INC 1,253.67 53604 COOKS CORRECTIONAL 671.79 53605 DARWINS TOWING 250.00 53606 DAKOTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 280.99 53607 ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS INC 1,995.00 53608 FISCAL ADMIN CO .JAIL CLAIMS 5,128.02 53609 , GUARDIAN FLEET SAFETY 83,856.51 53610 . GUSTAFSONOILCOMPANY 572.52 53611 INFORMATION - TECHNOLOGY DEPT 4,059.84 53612 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT 1,619.00 53613 J AND M SERVICE STATION 45.11 53614 JOHNSON CONTROLS 849.04 53615 LEEVERS SUPER VALU 10.95 53616 LEGACY COOPERATIVE 380.43 53617 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES 30.00 53618 MIDCONTINENT COMMUNICATIONS 69.78 53619 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC 36,366.66 53620 MAIN STREET MARKET 24.92 53621 MUNRO ACE HARDWARE 149.49 53622 v MUNRO ACE HARDWARE 67.51 53623 ND ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES 37.50 53624 NORTH DAKOTA TELEPHONE CO 514.18 53625 NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC COOP 274.00 53626 OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERAL310.00 53627 OTTERTAIL POWER COMPANY 4,265.79 53628 POMPS TIRE SERVICE INC 1,342.68 53629 POSTMASTER 130.00 53630 PRESENTATION MEDICAL CENTER 5,703.00 53631 THE SIDWELL COMPANY 27.50 53632 THOMSON REUTER WEST 376.86 53633 TRI CARE HOME HEALTH 1,025.00 53634 TM COMMUNICATIONS 409.29 53635 TM COMMUNICATIONS 173.75 53636 VERIZON WIRELESS 313.46 53637 WARD COUNTY 2,831.50 53638 ZIONS BANK 1,750.00 53639 J AND F TOWING 500.00 53640 K AND D FIREARMS 527.88 ROAD DEPT AUG PAYROLL 36,603.08 GEN, L-ENF, ETC AUG PAYROLL 187,514.54 TOTAL $775,396.44 Motion by LaRocque and unanimously approved, the board than adjourned to September 21, 2021 ‘ SEPTEMBER 21, 2021 The board convened at 9:00 AM, September 21, 2021 LaRocque, Poitra, Schlenvogt and Metcalfe pres- ent. Member Moors presiding. Also present Jon Rosin- ski, Turtle Mountain Star, Kandace Desjariais, Treasurer, Sarah Bruce. Recorder, Brian Grosinger, State's Anor- ney and Robin Longie, Deputy Recorder, Marvin Nelson, District 9 Representative met with the board to discuss Legislative Redistricting. Marvin discussed the process the for redistricting after the de- cennial census, where are committee has been looking at adjusting the districts based on population. Roiette County will likely be combined with other counties, since the census for Roiette County is down to 12,187. The Legislature will have a special session later this fall to approve the new districts. No action was taken. Becky Gustafson met with the board at this time to discuss section line in Baxter Township between sec- tions 15/22. Becky stated that the black dirt that the county removed belonged to her. as' she and she re- quested the black dirt be returned, as she owned land along the section section. Discussion on development of this section line for a road last year. After further dis- cussion, any further action was tabled until the State’s Attorney can provide legal advice to the board. The board then discussed 52 hours of vacation leave for Dennis Halvorson and 60 hours of vacation leave for Archie Metcalfe, that they had not used by their Anniversary Date, and had lost according to Employee Vacation Policy. Chairman Moors requested that the employees be allowed an extension for use of the leave, until December 3151. Discussion on the policy and how this is handled. After much discussion, motion by Schlenvogt, seconded by LaRocque to allow both em- ployees to use the leave by December 31st of this year. Discussion on how to handle the situation so this does- n‘t happen again. _On roll call vote, members Schlen-' vogt and Moors voted "AYE". Members Poitra, LaRocque and Metcalie voted “'NAY". Henry-LaRocque and Eldon Moors then gave a Road Committee report. Discussion on road activities and purchase of gravel to finish up this year and for next year. No action was taken. , . Dwana Getzlaff met with the board to discuss de- tails regarding the County Surplus Auction to be held on Thursday, September 23rd at 5PM, at the LEC. No ac- tion was taken. Eldon Mobrs gave a building committee report on the old jail and Sheriff's Residence. Preparations for demolition of these structures. have included Asbestos evaluation, estimate to relocate waterline, Heating revi- sions for the Courthouse and Sheriff areas, electrical es- timate if needed. Discussion on the estimate to do this project and current cost for utilities. Will lookat esti- mates beiore moving lonnard. Craig Poitra then gave a report on the Public Health. City of Rolia has granted a Building Permit for the Lot 5, Block 6. OTS, Roiia for construction of a garage for the Public Health mobile unit, which is presently zoned for Commercial. Also discussed the 1000 gallon propane tank on the existing building which needs to be moved to the new clinic structure. Will dis- cuss further at the next meeting. Motion by Schlenvogt, and seconded by LaRocque, the board adjourned until October 6. 2021. Eldon R. Moors, Sr. Chairman, Board of County Commissioners Roiette County, North Dakota ATTEST . Valerie McCloud Roiette County Auditor (October 11 , 2021) CW l)- FOR SALE: . 280 acres of pasture and hayland in Hillside Township, Roiette County. Available for 2021 season. $224,000. For more information call Northern Appraisal 8. Realty 701 624-4799. three (3) years. School. IIIITIDE or [nation A Johnson O’Malley (JOM) Election will be held on Thursday,_November 18, 2021, from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM at the Dunseith Elementary Gym Concession area. The. following positions are open: 0 Three (3) Vacancies for a period of You must be a parent (or guardian) Of an enrolled Native American Indian child attending .the Dunseith School District #1 in order to run or vote in‘the election. The deadline to file for candidacy Thursday, November 4, 2021 at 2:00 PM. Please file in the Business Office located at the Dunseith Elementary Dated at‘Duns-eith this 7h day of October, 2021_ Assembly of God - Roiette Sunday School at 9 am Sunday Worship at 10 am Evening Service at 6:00 pm Pastor Gene Wilson 246-3250 Ebenezer Lutheran Brethren - Roiette 10 am Sunday School 11 am Morning Worship Pastor Rob Boise 246-3488 Sacred Heart Catholic Church Roiette 151, 3rd and 5th Sundays at 11 em. 2nd and 4th Sundays at 9 am Fr. Paulrai Thandappa 246-3449 Valle Lutheran Church - Roiette Children/Adult Sunday School 10:45 am. Worship at 9:45 am ' 246-3574 ' Mountain View Ministry 1‘ ’ salem Mennonite Church ’ ‘3miles'southofMyloi ‘ Sunday School at 10 am Sunday Worship at 11 am Sunday Evening at 7 p.m. , Wednesday Prayer Meeting at 8 pm ‘Woliord Community Church Sunday Worship at10 a.m. Pastor Dan Slaubaugh - 583-2581 Lakeview Mennonite Church 4635 78th St. Wolford Sunday Worship at 10:30 am with children’s church during Pastor Hubert Hatchkiss 583211 Turtle Mountain Baptist Church, Rolla Sunday Worship at 11 am. a 5 pm. Sunday School at10 am Wednesday Worship I117 p.m. Pastor Frank Sheridan - 477-3213 Presbyterian Church - Rolla Sunday Worship at 11:00 am ACT, Wednesdays at 6:30 pm ‘ 477-5376 Immanuel Lutheran Church .Rolla - L.C.M.S. Sunday Worship at 8-a.m. Sunday School at 9:45 am Holy Communion: Observed fat and 3rd Sunday of every month Rev. Scott Ramey - 477-5122 Our Savior’s Lutheran Rolla Wednesday Sunday School 5 pm. Wednesday Youth Group at Prysbeterian Church at 7:05 pm. Sunday Worship 10 am. Nicholas Rohde - 477-3246 Emmanuel Church - Dunseith Sunday School and Sunday Worship, 10 am. 3rd Avenue South - Dunseith Rev. Wayne Hanson - 477-8578 St. Joachim Catholic Church Rolla Saturday Mass at 5:30 pm Sunday Mass Schedule at 8:30 am Jan., March. May, July, Sept. Nov. Sunday Mass Schedule 10:30 am Feb., April, June, Aug., Oct, Dec. Rev. Thai Arul 477-5277 ROLLA DRUG . Phone 477-3174 DACOTAH BANK Member FDIC First State Insurance of Rolla PRESENTATION " MEDICAL CENTER Rolla 477-3161 United Methodist Church - Rolla Worship at 8:30 am Rick Craig, Pastor 968-3361 www.mllaumccom Anishinabe Church of God - Dunseith Sunday Worship at 11 am Kidz Zone at 11 am. Prayer & Communion, Tuesday at 6 pm. Pastor Daniel Bean 228-2056 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Rugby Sunday services at 10 am 202 2nd St. West, Rugby President Val Christensen- 246-3579 Dunseith Jesus Name Church of the Apostolic Faith 111 Main Street in Dunseith Sunday Worship at 11 am Sunday School at 6 pm Wednesday Worship at 7:30 pm Pastor Todd Belgarde - 244-2230 Peace Lutheran Church and United Methodist Church Joint Worship - Dunseith Combined Sunday Worship at 11:15 am children/Adult Sunday School 10:00 cm 244-5781 - Mountain View Ministry St. Michael The Archangel Catholic Church, Dunseith , Saturday Mass at 5 pm Sunday Mass at 9 am and 11:30 am Rev. Michael Slovak, S.0.L.T. 244-5738 St. Sylvan’s Episcopal - Dunseith 10 cm. on the First and Third Sundays Father Paul Zaharia 701-720-2880 Christian Missionary Alliance - Turtle Mt. Alliance Church, Dunseith Pastor Gary Dorn - Youth Pastor Joal Musser Sunday School at 9:30 am. Church Service at 11 am Youth Group, Wednesday 5:30 to 7:30 pm 244-0532 All Nations Lutheran Church Rock Lake - L.C.M.S. Sunday Worship at 9:30 am. Rev. Scott Ramey- 266-5361 Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church - Rock Lake Sunday Mass Schedule at 10:30 am Jan, March, May, July, Sept. Nov. Sunday Mass Schedule 8:30 am. FOIL, April, June, Aug., Oct. Dec. Rev. Thai 'Arul 477-5277 United Methodist Church Rock Lake Sunday Worship at 9:45 am. Rick Craig, Pastor - 968-3361 Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Bisbee 151 Sunday at 9 a.m. 2nd, 3rd, and 5th Sundays. Saturday at 5 pm. ’ I 4th Sunday at 11 am. v Fr. Paulrai Thondappa 246-3449 St Paul’s Ojibwa, Lutheran, Belcourt Sunday Worship at 11 am Sunday School at 10 am Pastor Marv Abrahamson - 477-6429 _ The church directory is presented by the folloWing businesses and professional firms in our communities who encourage you to attend the church of yourchoice. JOHNSON OIL CO. ' Tesoro Products Roiette - 246-3771 IROLETTE STATE BANK Member FDIC ROLETTE INSURANCE AGENCY at Roiette State Bank - 240-3395 MUNRO moron COMPANY St. Ann’s Catholic Church - Belcourt Saturday Mass at 5 pm Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m., 10 am, 5 pm. Confessions: Sat. 9:30 am 8 4-8:30 pm, Sun. 841 I.I'II., 4:30-6 pm and before or Iftar daily Masses Monday - Friday Morning Mass: 8:30 AM 001’ Monday - Friday Evening Mass: 5 PM GOP Tuesday 11th and 12th grade Youth Group 6:30 pt 8 p.In; Wednesday: 6ttI-tzth Youth Group 8:30 of 8 pm Thursday: 4th-5th Grade Open Youth Room 4:30-6 pm Friday: Bih-tzth Open Youth Room 6:30 018 pm Saturday: Ito Youth Group Rev. Michael Slovak, 5.0.L T, Rev. Dave Brokke, 8.0.L T, Rev. FredAIaxandor, 5.01.7, Rev. Anlllony Hessian, venom-nan Davis - 477-5601 m 0 St. Anthony’sCatholic Church Belcourt Sunday Mass at 11:30 am. Fr. Michael Slovak, 8.0. L. T - 477-56010”. 0 St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - St. John Saturday Vigil Mass at 5:30 pm - Sunday Mass at 10:30 am . Confession Saturdays 4:15 to 5:15 pm Rev. Richard Fineo 477-3081 is. Presbyterian Church, St. John Sunday Worship at 9:00 pm 477-5376 Emmanuel Chapel - PCG, St. John Sunday School and Sunday Worship, 6:30 pm v 218 Grace Street, St. John Rev. Wayne Hanson - 477-8578 St. Benedict’s Catholic Church Rural Belcourt Sunday Mass at 8:30 am Confession: Sundays 8 to 8:30 am. Rev. Richard Fineo 477-3081 Assembly of God - Belcourt Turtle Mountain Worship Center Prayer Meeting Wednesdays at 6 pm Bible Study Wednesdays at pm. Sunday‘Worship at 11:00 am. Curtis Pafnauda, pastor Phone 477-6017 NOtre Dame Catholic Church Willow City 1st and 4th Sundays, Saturday at 5 pm ' 2nd Sunday at 11 am 3rd and 5th Sunday at 9 am Fr. Paulraj Thandappa 246-3449 Willow Creek Lutheran Church Overly Sunday Worship at 8:30 cm. 244-5781 Mountain View Ministry Wolford Lutheran Church Sunday Worship at 8:30 a.n’i. Coffee: 9:30 a.m.‘ Sunday School: 9:45 am. Rev. Barb Haugerud Church on Mission Pentecostal Church of God 19th 15181., 3rd Ave. SE, Dunseith (701) 244-0268 Rev. Lloyd and Rae Flansburg ' ‘ HARLOW’S Bus SALES SERVICE Harlow Hageness, owner Roiette 246-3700 LEEVERS FOODS Rolla’s Full Service Grocery Phone 477-3124 - Rolla