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Page 8 The Star October 20, 2014 Students of the month Ojibwa Indian School has announced its August/September students of the month. Kindergarten: Kallie Keplin and Zayer Grant. First grade: Eliana Davis and Lane Parisien. Second grade: Brent Gourneau Jr. and Paris LaVallie. Third grade: Kaycee Desjar- lais, Tianna Davis and Athan Peltier. Fourth grade: Johnna Gunville and Natalie DeCoteau. Fifth grade: Cherish Waanatan and Jerzey Parisien. Sixth grade: Jeremiah Konefes and James Keplin. Seventh grade: Gracee Poitra. Eighth grade: Aiyana Trottier and Anthony Keplin. Area school breakfast and lunch menus ROLETTE PUBLIC SCHOOL Monday, October 20: Breakfast: Cold cereal. Lunch: Chicken strips, garlic mashed potatoes, cam, fruit. Tuesday, October 21: Breakfast: Oatmeal. Lunch: Corndogs, beans, chips, potato salad, lettuce, fruit. Wednesday, October 22: Break- fast: Cold cereal. Lunch: White chicken chili, carrots, breadsticks, fruit. Thursday, October 23: Breakfast: Bismarcks. Lunch: Taco in a bag, fruit. Friday, October 24: Breakfast: Cold cereal. Lunch: Cream of potato soup, broccoli, cauliflower, bologna sandwich, fruit. Monday, October 27: Breakfast: Cocoa wheats. Lunch: Chicken burger, French fries, lettuce, toma- toes, fruit. ROLL A PUBLIC SCHOOL Monday, October 20: Hotdogs, baked beans, chips, fruit. Tuesday, October 21: Chicken patty, onion rings, vegetables, fruit. Wednesday, October 22: Ham- burger gravy, rice, vegetables, fruit. Thursday, October 23: Chicken fried rice, egg rolls, vegetables, fruit. Friday, October 24: Sub sand- wiches, vegetables, fruit. Monday, October 27: Loaded baked potatoes, vegetables, fruit. WOLFORD PUBLIC SCHOOL Monday, October 20: Chicken burger, soup, fruit. Tuesday, October 21: Hamburger hotdish, vegetable, dessert. Expanded credit access put in place for farmers The U.S. Department of Agricul- ture (USDA) will improve farm loans by expanding eligibility and in- creasing lending limits to help more beginning and family farmers. As part of this effort, USDA is raising the borrowing limit for the microloan program from $35,000 to $50,000; simplify the lending processes; up- dating required "fanning experience" to include other valuable experi- ences; and expanding eligible busi- ness entities to reflect changes in the way family farms are owned and op- erated. The changes become effec- tive Nov. 7. The microloan changes an- nounced will allow beginning, small and mid-sized farmers to access an additional $15,000 in loans using a simplified application process with up to seven years to repay. Mi- croloans are part of USDA's contin- ued commitment to small and midsized farming operations. In addition to farm related experi- ence, other types.of skills may be considered to meet the direct farm- ing experience required for farm loan eligibility such as operation or man- agement of a non-farm business, leadership positions while serving in the military, or advanced education in an agricultural field. Also, individ- uals who own farmland under a dif- ferent legal entity operating the farm now may be eligible for loans ad- ministered by USDA's Farm Service Agency (FSA). Producers will have an opportunity to share suggestions on the microloan process, and the definitions of farming experience and business structures through Dec. 8, 2014, the public open comment period. FSA is also publishing a Federal Register notice to solicit ideas from the public for pilot projects to help increase the efficiency and effective- ness of farm loan programs. Com- ments and ideas regarding potential pilot projects will be accepted through Nov. 7, 2014. Since 2010, USDA has made a record amount of farm loans through FSA -- more than 165,000 loans to- taling nearly $23 billion. More than 50 percent of USDA's farm loans now go to beginning farmers. In addition, USDA has increased its lending to so- cially-disadvantaged producers by nearly 50 percent since 2010. These programs were made pos- sible by the 2014 Farm Bill, which builds on historic economic gains in rural America over the past five years. For Sale 518 4th St NE, Rolla $70000 TORItE REAL ESTATE 605 Thompson ttineau; ND58318 1701) 228-3314 Diane Schwandt Agent PO Box 784 Rolla, liD 58367 Cell: 701-5509284 Lenny McGuire, Broker ll@10.ne.c0m Wednesday, October 22: Pork roast, dumplings, vegetable, dessert. Thursday, October 23: Ham, po- tatoes, vegetable, fruit. Friday, October 24: Spanish rice, vegetable, dessert. Monday, October 27: Sloppy joes, potatoes, dessert. I Tuesday Sunny High: 61 I,ow: 4-I Wednesday Rolette County senior meals ROLETTE Home-delivered meals are served Monday through Friday. Congregate meals are served Monday, Wednes- day and Friday. Monday, October 20: Breaded pork chop, mashed potatoes with gravy, carrots, rice pudding. Tuesday, October 21: Fried chicken, mashed potatoes with gravy, broccoli Normandy, cream pie. Wednesday, October 22: Roast beef with gravy, boiled potatoes, green beans, rainbow sherbet. Thursday, October 23: Beef stroganoff, buttered noodles, baby carrots, bread pudding. Friday, October 24: Chicken and dumplings, diced beets, apple crisp. Monday, October 27: Spaghetti with meat sauce, green beans, garlic bread, vanilla pudding. DUNSEITH Home-delivered and congregate meals are served Monday through Friday. Monday, October 20: Swedish meatballs, escalloped potatoes, mixed vegetables, apple garnish, mandarin orange gelatin. Tuesday, October 21: Roast beef, whipped potatoes with gravy, tangy beets, parsley sprig garnish, pineap- ple. Wednesday, October 22: Salmon loaf, boiled potatoes, creamed peas, lemon slice garnish, pineapple. Thursday, October 23: Lasagna, carrot sticks, lettuce salad with dress- ing, French bread, parsley sprig gar- nish, vanilla fruit salad. Friday, October 24: Glazed chicken, parsley potatoes, Oriental blend veggies, pineapple ring gar- nish, blueberry crisp. Monday, October 27: Chicken with rice, carrots, tangy coleslaw, fresh grapes. ROLLA Home-delivered and congregate meals are served Monday through Friday. Monday, October 20: Swedish meatballs, escalloped potatoes, mixed vegetables, apple garnish, mandarin orange gelatin. Tuesday, October 21: Roast beef, whipped potatoes with gravy, tangy beets, parsley sprig garnish, pineap- ple. Wednesday, October 22: Salmon loaf, boiled potatoes, creamed peas, lemon slice garnish, pineapple. Thursday Mostly Sunn Mostl) Sunn) ttigh:6;Im:42 I ligh:61 low: 44 Regional Temperatures North l)akola Tuesday Wednesday  Wx iti/l,o Vv'x Bismarck ..... 6847 s 6742 s Bottineau ..... 6244 s 63/41 s Devilsl,ake...6245 s 6444 s Dickinson .... 6047 s 6540 s Fargo ........ 61,45 e, 6547 > (irandForks ..6045 s 64 44 s Jameslon .... 63:46 s 6544 s Minor ........ 66:48 s 6643 , Rugby ....... 64 45 s 6441 s Williston ..... 6945 s 64/39 s Don'00 ;/e flu gaul For more information contact HOA Johnson Clinic at 244-5694 Vi,,eather lVvxl: cl/,:]ottd3 ; (t,(lurrles: pc/partly cloud) lilt' illosll, C[Otldy: [" 1";li11: r,l'lill & srlo ;Ntlllllk s[;sho\\;cr $t]'SIIOV: l/lhtlllders[orl3s Sun and Moon Friday Sunny South Dakota Tuesday Aberdeen .... 67/46 s RapidCi b....74'51 s Sioux lulls ...63/44 s Montana Billings ...... 74/46 s 66/40 pc Minnesota Duluth ....... 52/40 s 56/43 s Minneapolis, ..56/41 s 59/43 s Manitoba, Canada Brandon ...... 64/44 s 676/38 pc Killarney. .... 45/37 pc 50/42 s Winnipeg ..... 60/46 s 64/45 pc Thursday, October 23: Lasagna, carrot sticks, lettuce salad with dress- ing, French bread, parsley sprig gar- nish, vanilla fruit salad. Friday, October 24: Glazed chicken, parsley potatoes, Oriental blend veggies, pineapple ring gar- nish, blueberry crisp. Monday, October 27: Chicken with rice, carrots, tangy coleslaw, fresh grapes. ST. JOHN Home-delivered meals are served Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at the Senior Citizen Center. Monday, October 20: Swedish meatballs, escall0ped potatoes, mixed vegetables, apple garnish, mandarin orange gelatin. Tuesday, October 21: Roast beef, whipped potatoes with gravy, tangy beets, parsley sprig garnish, peaches. Thursday, October 23: Lasagna, carrot sticks, lettuce salad with dress- ing, French bread, parsley sprig gar- nish, vanilla fruit salad. Monday, October 27: Chicken with rice, carrots, tangy coleslaw, fresh grapes. Big Box Price Control Saturday Sunday Monday O I) 2 S,nris__c Sunse! I ucsday 8:09 a.m. 6:36 p.m. 5:43 a.m. New \\;Vedncsda 5 g:l I a.m. 6:34 pro, 6:46 a.m. 10:23 lhursda3 8:t2 a.m. 6:32 p.m. 7:5l a.m. Frida3 8:t4 a.m. 6:3t) p.m. 8:56 a,m. Saturda3 8: t 5 a.m. 6:29 p.m. 10:01 a.m. Sunday 8:17 a.m. 6:27 p.m. I 1:05 a,m. Iirst Monday 8:18 a.m. 6:25 p.m. 12:04 p.m. 10/3O Mostly Stmny Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy I ligh: 61) l,ow: 44 High: 61 I,ow: 45 Iligh: 58 I,mv: 42 High: 56 I,ow: 38 In-Depth Local Forecast Today we will see sunny skies with a high Wednesday temperature of 61 , humidity of 51%. The record Hi/Ln Wx high temperature lbr today is 80 set in 1964. 67/46 s Expect mostly clear skies tonight with an overnight 67/44 pc low of 44 . lhe record low for tonight is 18 set 63/45 s in 1979. Wednesday, skies will be mostly sunny xvith a high temperature of 63 . humidity of 55%. Skies will be partly cloudy Wednesday night with an overnight low of 42". 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