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Page 4 January 3, 2013 Legal Notices Notice to Creditors IN SOUTHWEST JUDICIAL DIS- TRICT COURT, GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, Probate No. 17-2012-PR-00037 In the Matter of the Estate of John Nellermoe, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above- named Estate. All persons having claims against said Deceased are re- quired to present their, claims within three (3) months after the date of the first publication of this Notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Dorothy A. Lingk, the Personal Representative, at MACKOFF KELLOGG LAW FIRM, P.O. Box 10, Beach, North Dakota, 58621, or filed with the Court. Dated this 26th day of November, 2012. /s/Dorothy A. Lingk Personal Representative Charles J. Peterson MACKOFE KELLOGG LAW FIRM P.O. Box 10 Beach, North Dakota ND BAR ID#04009 (701) 872-3731 Attorney for: Personal Representa- tive (December 27, January 3 and 10) Notice NOTICE OF UNCLAIMED LIVESTOCK Notice is hereby given that a dupli- cate list of unclaimed cattle for which this Association has received pay- ments has been sent for posting and filing to the county auditor of Billings County, North Dakota, as required by Section 36-22-07 of the North Dakota Century Code and that the stray so posted is described as follows: One black cow-Estray #39-2012 For further information inquire of the North Dakota Stockman's Associa- tion, 407 South Second Street, Bis- marck, North Dakota. Dated December 11,2012 North Dakota Stockman's Associa- tion Julie Ellingson, Executive Vice President (December 27 and January 3) Belfield School District REGULAR MEETING, BOARD OF EDUCATION, BELFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT #13 ; DECMBR 13, 2012  SCHOOL LIBRARY The meeting was called to order by board president Procive at 7:00 p.m Present: Ernie Buckman, Delbert Kadrmas, Anthony Krebs, Edward Pro- cive, Annette Steffan, Supt. Reming- ton, HS Prin. Lamprecht, Bus. Mgr. Berger. M/S Buckman/Steffan to approve tha minutes of the November 8, 2012, regular school board meeting. Motion carried unanimously. M/S Kadrmas/Krebs to approve the agenda with addition of Robotics. Mo- tion carried unanimously. SLept. Remington noted that gravel had been spread in the back drive- ways. HS Prin. Lamprecht reported that Prin. Lorge and he had attended the new evaluation workshop. He noted changes in the dual credit program and upcoming student activities. The business manager presented the financial reports for November 2012. She also noted changes made in the approved Consolidated Title Grant. M/S Steffan/Krebs to revise the Title fund budget items to match the approved Consolidated Title Grant. Motion carried unanimously. The following bills were approved for payment: 28372 PROCIVE, EDWARD 187.20 28373 KREBS, ANTHONY 172.20 28374 GEIGER, ALAN 112.68 28375 THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE 21.92 28376 CREATIVE TEACHING PRESS INC 0.00 28377 DICKINSON NEWSPAPERS INC. 29.00 28378 DICKINSON PUMP SALES AND SERVICE 8103.45 28379 LEARNING ZONE 89.55 28380 SOUTHWEST BUSINESS MACHINES 256.79 28381 WEST RIVER STUDENT SERVICES 3120.91 28382 CREATIVE ENERGY 1756.50 28383 HUTZENBILER, KENNETH 4832.33 28384 SCHUMACHER, TAMMY 3730.22 28385 BOGNER APPLIANCE 550.00 28451 CENTURY LINK 257.78 28452 WAL-MART STORE #1567 205.17 28453 CAPITAL ONE 101.85 28454 SW PRINCIPAL ASSOCIATION 20.00 28455 ACTIVITY FUND BHS 81.50 28456 ALTERNATIVE SANITATION 275.00 28457 AT & T 453.17 28458 B&K ELECTRIC 1481.68 28459 BELFIELD AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY 209.43 28460 BELFIELD PLUMBING & HTG. 390.05 28461 BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER 119.83 28462 BOSCH LUMBER CO 91.11 28463 BW SEVEN SEAS INN 95.00 28464 CASS CLAY CREAMERY. INC 1151.74 28465 CENTURY LINK 33.02 28466 CITY OF BELFIELD 526.51 28467 CORNEIL, ELLA-JO 191.40 28468 CREATIVE ENERGY 772.20 28469 CURRICULUM ASSOCIATES LLC 48.89 28470 DAN'S SUPERMARKET552.13 28471 DELTA EDUCATION 61.60 28472 DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 284.97 28473 DOLLYWOOD FOUNDATION 88.78 28474 DORVAL, PAULETTE 159.53 28475 ECOLAB 120.00 28476 ESP COMPUTERS & SOFTWARE 1'44.95 28477 GEIGER, ALAN 131.44 28478 HEWSON, ROBERT 161.50 28479 INTERSTATE BRANDS178.60 28480 JAYMAR BUSINESS FORMS 68.49 28481 KEVIN'S AUTO & TRUCK REPAIR 261.26 28482 MENARDS 358.69 28483 MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH CHEMICAL 358.55 28484 MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES 4889.17 28485 NASCO 184.58 28486 ND COUNCIL OF EDUCATIONAL LEAD 50.00 28487 NDSBA 330.00 28488 NEWBY'S ACE HARDWARE 262.52 28489 POSTMASTER 100.00 28490 PRAXAIR 89.90 28491 QUILL CORPORATION605.79 28492 REMINGTON, DARREL484.00 28493 RESP 750.00 28494 RUDY'S LOCK & KEY 3.00 28495 RUNNINGS SUPPLY INC86.49 28496 SCHOLASTIC INC 5500.00 28497 SCHOLASTIC INC 350.00 28498 SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC 76.36 28499 SMART COMPUTER AND CONSULTING 1622.49 28500 SNYDER, MARGO 110.68 28501 SOUTHWEST BUSINESS MACHINES 277.64 28502 TOM'S SERVICE STATION 106.00 28503 TOOLEY, RHONDA 50.00 28504 US FOODSERVICE, inc 3845.53 28505 VANDERESCH, IVAN 500.00 28506 WEST RIVER STUDENT SERVICES 2892.07 28507 NDASA 330.00 28508 UKESTAD, RICHARD 2016.66 28509 EVANS, BOBBY 56.00 28510 CENTURY LINK 17.98 28511 HUTZENBILER, KENNETH 4765.83 28512 SCHUMACHER, TAMMY 3734.78 STUDENT ACTIVITY CHECKS 6807 CHILDRENS i MIRACLE NETWORK 230.00 6808 KRUCKENBERG, LAUREN 100.00 6809 MCDOWELL, JOSTIN 50.00 6810 KAHL, KAYLIE 25.00 6811 MATHCOUNTS 90.00 6812 VAL'S SANITATION 840.00 6813 RICHARDTON HIGH SCHOOL 125.00 6814 KAHL, KAYLIE 17.62 6815 WAL-MART STORE #1567 203.70 6816 ND FCCLA 230.00 6817 BERGLUND, TABITHA 115.77 6818 BUCKMAN, JERRICA 30.00 6819 COCA-COLA BOTTLING 1037.05 6820 COUNTRY CLASSIC CATERING 507.50 6821 COUNTRY MEDIA INC 37.50 6822 DALES CLOTHING 3707.16 6823 DAN'S SUPERMARKET 591.71 6824 FRESH ALTERNATIE ' FUNDRAISING • 1'603.00 6825 HEBRON PUBLIC SCHOOL 155.95 6826 MANDAN PUBLIC SCHOOL 311.90 6827 MINNESOTA WOODS PRODUCTS 2532.01 6828 MINNTEX CITRUS, INC2187.15 6829 NATIONAL PEN 170.30 6830 ND FFA 642.00 6831 ND HS ACTIVITES ASSOCIATION 30.00 6832 ND SCIENCE OLYMPIAD300.00 6833 PEPSI COLA BOTTLING 1309.30 6834 RUNNINGS SUPPLY INC349.97 6835 ST BERNARD'S 150.00 6836 DALES CLOTHING 8681.62 6837 RAMADA PLAZA AND SUITES 1668.50 6838 MAAS, ERIC 12.21 6839 NDSU 100.00 Supt. Remington presented a letter from the Park Board. He noted the school had a fire marshal inspection, food service audit, and an asbestos in- spection. He discussed ITV student, tax levy and preschool. Procive presented a report on RACTC and Krebs presented a report on the sports coop meeting. M/S Kadrmas/Krebs to approve the bills. Motion carried unanimously. Supt. Remington presented the 2013-14 calendar. M/S Krebs/Steffan to approve the 2013-14 calendar with a start date of August 28th and end date of May 30th. Motion carried unanimously. Provice discussed the superinten- dent's evaluation, noting that all satis- factions were received. He thanked Supt. Remington for his work and ded- ication. M/S Kadrmas/Buckman to ap- prove the superintendent's evaluation. Motion carried unanimously. The board discussed the Robotics program. The next meeting is set for January 10, 2013, 7:00 p.m. Meeting adjourned at 8:30 Board President Business Manager (January 3) III Bi,,i00f County School BILLINGS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING DECEMBER 12, 2012 The regular meeting of the Billings County School Board was called to order at 5:30 PM MT, Wednesday, De- cember 12, 2012, at the DeMores School, with members Darren Baranko, Stacey Kessel, and Lynn Arthaud and Principal Soehren pres- ent. Also present for all or portions of the meeting were Elizabeth Odermann and Todd Corneil. Arthaud move d, Kessel seconded, to approve the consent agenda, which included the minutes of the November 12 regular meeting and the November 28 special meeting, the attached check list, the financial report, and the addition of four items to the agenda. The motion carried unanimously. 15350 ACE HARDWARE $185.37 15351 ALTERNATIVE SAN $240.00 15352 AMALGAMATED TALENTS $88.00 15353 APPLE INC $618.00 15354 BELFIELD SCHOOL $230.00 15355 BISMARCK TRIBUN $21.92 15356 BLUE CROSS $1,702.85 15357 BRAUN DISTRIBUT $97.20 15358 CASS CLAY CREAM $513.55 15359 CDW GOVERNMENT $68.53 15360 CENEX $300.70 15361 CENTURY LINK $642.02 15362 CITY OF MEDORA $255.87 15363 CONSOLIDATED CO $167.00 15364 CREATIVE ENERGY$2,683.69 15365 DACOTAH PAPER $1,720.39 15366 DAN'S $37.85 15367 DEANS FOODS INC $568.13 15368 DEMORES SCHOOLS2,502.80 15369 DENNIS O'BRIEN $6,162.20 15370 DICKINSON PRESS $29.44 15371 DICKINSON PUBLI $5,948.76 15372 DISCOUNT SCHOOL SUPPLY $150.81 15373 DON HEISER ELEC $234.00 15374 DONNA BARNETT $5,553.80 15375 DONNA LYNN PETE $370.27 15376 DOUBLEWOOD INN $479.96 15377 DPI $600.77 15378 EDUTECH $20.00 15379 ERIKA HONEYMAN $15.00 15380 ERIN KOVASH $395.00 15381 GARY MEDUNA $4,750.00 15382 HORACE MANN $313.68 15383 JAMES WOSEPKA $3,200.00 15384 JENNIFER VETTE $126.00 15385 JESSIE BERGER $75.48 15386 JOB SERVICE $286.17 15387 KATHY MALKOWSKI$7,414.80 15388 KELLIE KRAITER $28.62 15389 LAURA ARMBRUST $32.19 15390 LOVING GUIDANCE INC $36.25 15391 MATHEW LARSON $100.02 15392 MEDORA CONVEN $8.58 15393 MIDKOTA SCHOOL DISTRI $8.42 15394 MIDSTATE TELEPH $253.45 15395 NDCEL $50.00 15396 NDESC $78.00 15397 NDPERS $6,970.13 15398 OLSON'S SERVICE $6,374.64 15399 PENDER'S MUSIC $45.86 15400 PETER ODERMANN$4,700.00 15401 PIONEER $142.12 15402 PRAIRIE SCHOOL $1,632.20 15403 PREBLE MEDICAL $185.00 15404 RESERVATION TEL $66.05 15405 RESP $750.00 15406 ROUGHRIDER ELEC $4,010.00 15407 RUNNINGS $339.03 15408 SBM $1,537.39 15409 SCHOOL SPECIALT $28.17 15410 SERVICE PRINTER $189.10 15411 SEVEN SEAS $190.00 15412 SOUTH HEART $1,550.00 15413 SW WATER $170.21 15414 TAMMY SIMNIONIW $22.20 15415 TODD HAGGERTY $335.85 15416 US FOOD $4,234.19 15417 VERIZON WIRELESS $52.58 t5418 WAL-MART COMM $181.60 15419 WEST RIVER SPEC$2,181.12 15420 WESTERN FENCE $1,200.00 15421 WORLD'S FINEST $2,095.00 15422 YANKEE CANDLE FUNDRAI $3,127.46 The business manager provided a copy of the audit report completed for fiscal year 2012. Jim Wosepka was unable to attend the meeting to review with the board. The board will table discussion until next meeting. Principal Soehren reported on the evaluations completed for new teach- ers, Christmas Program schedules for DeMotes and Prairie; and RESP activ- ities. The board discussed whether membership with RESP is of enough value for our elementary district. A de- cision whether or not to continue membership for another year would need to be made by March. The board reviewed a letter from Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. re- garding Highway 85 improvements. Baranko moved, Arthaud sec- onded, to approve a family open en- rollment for Dickinson residents to attend DeMores school. The first child in the family will be attending DeMores next school year. The motion carried unanimously. The business manager reported that two hot water heaters will be in- stalled at Prairie over Christmas break. Baranko will be the board repre- sentative to Belfield's December meet- ing. A local Girls Scout troop is request- ing permission to use a room at De- Mores for their meetings. Arthaud moved, Kessel seconded, to allow the use of a room and to waive the usage fee. The motion carried unanimously. A request from Consolidated Enter- prises, Inc. for a Right-of-Way ease- ment to bury new fiber optic line on BCSD property near Fairfield was con- sidered. Baranko moved, Kessel sec- onded to approve the easement. The motion carried unanimously. The format to use for the principal's evaluation was discussed. Various samples will be reviewed by the board. The evaluation is due March 15. The second reading of the Re- straint and Seclusion Policy was tabled until the next meeting. The meeting was adjourned at 6:15 p.m. Darren Baranko, President Darlene Mitchell, Business Man- ager (January 3) Golva City Council GOLVA CITY COUNCIL (UNOFFICIAL MINUTES) DECEMBER 12, 2012 Present: Council members: Ron Barthel, Rick Noll, Joe Kreitinger, Jan Kuchera, Mayor Darin Maus, and Pub- lic Works Director Carl Granat. The Golva City Council met on Wednesday, December 12th, 2012 at 7:30PM at the City office. Mayor Maus opened the' meeting at 7:35PM. The minutes were read. Barthel motioned to accept the minutes as written. Kreitinger seconded the mo- tion. Motion carried. Carl gave his monthly report of tak- ing the water sample, meter reading, etc. He stated the Lewis Wajda trailer had a water leak. Water was shut off at the curb stop. Highway Department is behind schedule on installing radar signs. The water/sewer lines have been completed on the 200 block of Cook Avenue. The Council unanimously voted to rezone Lots 16, 17, 18 on Block 1 of the Gass Vetsch 1st Addition in the City of Golva from residential to mobile home if the surrounding lot owners ap- prove the change. Bernice Kreitinger and Joseph Kreitinger will be con- tacted, The mayor mentioned there is an Oil Impact Grant that could be applied for for adding new sewer lines in a city. Discussion. Tabled. Bills Kreitinger motioned to pay the fol- lowing bills. Barthel seconded the mo- tion. Motion carried. General Account #7280 Employee wages $423.16 7281 Postmaster 30.00 7282 Void 7283 Council member 160.00 7284 Council member 320.00 7285 Council member 240.00 7286 Council member 120.00 7287 Council member 270.00 7288 Postmaster 56.00 7289 Employee wages 75.48 7290 Noll Construction 1011.50 7291 PACE Construction 350.00 7292 Pump Sytems 1029.27 7293 Golden Valley News 300.56 7294 Golva Repair 1248.89 7295 Dickinson Ready Mix 2860.50 7296 ND Rural Water Association 200.00 7297 Municipal Finance Officers30.00 Water Account #3032 Employee wages $353.82 3033 Employee wages 353.82 3034 Employee wages 188.70 3035 SW Water Authority 518.85 3036 Darin Maus 202.34 3037 MDU 24.48 3038 Golva Repair 177.94 3039 Sip N Sew 40.09 3040 SW Water Authority 167.32 Park Account #1420 MDU $3096.00 There being no further business the meeting was adjourned. (January 3) Beach School District PROCEEDS OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BEACH BOARD OF EDUCATION UNOFFICIAL MINUTES SUBJECT TO REVIEW AND REVISION OF THE BOARD DECEMBER 12, 2012 5:30 P.M. ROOM 11 Members present were Bob Makelky, Mark Egan, Kim Nunberg, Misty Farnstrom, Larry Helvik, Brandt Gaugler, and Troy Hoffer. Absent were Maurice Hardy, Robert Sperry, and Dave Wegner. There were no visitors. President Makelky called the meet- ing to order at 5:44 p.m. No visitors were present. Makelky called for approval agenda. Discussion. Motion by Nun- berg, second by Egan to approve agenda. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented November 14, 2012 regular meeting minutes. Discussion. Motion by Nunberg, sec- ond by Egan to approve minutes. Mo- tion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented general fund bills. Discussion. Motion by Nunberg, second by Egan to approve bills. Dis- cussion. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented activity fund bills. Motion by Nunberg, secondby Egan to approve bills. Motion carries unanimously. Famstrom presented food service fund bills. Discussion. Motion by Egan, second by Nunberg to approve bills. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented general fund manual checks. Discussion. Motion by Nunberg, second by Egan to ap- prove bills. Discussion. Motion car- ries unanimously. Farnstrom presented activity fund manual checks. Discussion. Motion by Egan, second by Nunberg to ap- prove bills. Discussion. Motion car- ries unanimously. Farnstrom presented November payroll. Motion by Egan, second by Nunberg to approve payroll. Motion carries unanimously. 38223 Act Workkeys Customer Services (70) 105.00 38224 Ameripride 82.48 38225 Aqua-Pure Inc. 2,174.85 38226 AT&T Mobility 68.19 38227 Beach Food Center 537.25 38228 Beach School Food Service 241.34 38229 Bart R Bishop 100.00 38230 Bismarck Tribune 21.60 38231 Border States Electric Supply 70.50 38232 Boss Office and Computer Products 1,448.76 38233 Cenex Fleetcard 247.22 38234 City of Beach 689.80 38235 Cole Papers Inc. 681.08 38236 Country Media Inc. 75.00 38237 D & E Supply Company, Inc. 1,491.97 38238 Dakota Dust-Tex, Inc. 111.00 38239 Demco 129.32 38240 The Dickinson Press & The Advertizer 29.00 38241 Discount Magazine Subscription 502.84 38242 Discovery Benefits, Inc. 996.00 38243 Brian L. Dolyniuk 80.00 38244 Chelsey Erdmann 111.68 38245 ETSystems Inc. 109.00 38246 Expressway Inn of Bismarck 89.95 38247 Farmers Union Oil Co.3,296.96 38248 Misty Farnstrom 70.00 38249 Gerrells Sports Center 423.28 38250 Golden Valley County Sheriff 10.00 38251 James Groll 80.00 38252 Kelly Groll 220.00 38253 Maurice Hardy 66.60 38254 Houghton Mifflin Co. 52.10 38255 Jaymar Business Forms, Inc. 72.76 38256 Junior Library Guild 2,076.00 38257 Landscaping Solutions 750.00 38258 Learning Seed 1,403.85 38259 Math Counts Registration45.00 38260 Darin Maus 100.00 38261 MDU Resources Group, Inc. 5,562.27 38262 Mid-American Research Chemical Corp. 1,007.53 38263 Midstate Communications, Inc. 701.61 38264 Donna Muckle 54.00 38265 NAPA 130.20 38266 ND Council of Educational Leaders 120.00 38267 ND High School Activities Association 50.00 38268 ND School Boards Association 1,000.00 38269 Office Max Contract Payments, Inc. 5,972.25 38270 Lori Olney 92.05 38271 Olsons Service LLC 419.30 38272 Alexys Partridge 24.00 38273 Dale Peplinski 45.00 38274 Praxair Distribution, Inc.351.65 38275 Raymond Geddes and Co Inc. 157.00 38276 Red Rock Sporting Goods 2,478.15 38277 Rohan Hardware 213.82 38278 Rudy's Lock & Key 230.00 38279 Runnings Supply, Inc. 49.98 39280 Scholastic 516.39 38281 Leann Sime 94.25 38282 Sip And Sew 164.99 38283 Southwest Electric 531.62 38284 Super Duper School Company 227.65 38285 Raynette Szudera 54.00 38286 Jill Tescher 141.81 38287 TNT School Supplies 61.62 38288 Triarco 649.62 38289 Katelyn Ueckert 72.00 38290 Tamara Ventsch-Wegner 36.97 38291 WaI-Mart Stores, Inc. 403.97 38292 Waits Electric, Inc. 312.10 38293 Wells Fargo 9,237.38 38294 Bailey Weninger 12:00 38295 West Plains Inc. 25.00 38296 West River Student Services 5,075.33 38297 Wright Express-Fleet Services 263.34 38298 Brooklyn Zachmann 12.00 38299 Mike Zier 45.00 2895 Beach Closeup 465.72 2896 Beach Food Center 5.09 2897 Closeup Foundation-C/O Burke & Herbert Bank & Trust Co. 1,300.00 2898 Coca Cola Bottling Co. of Dickinson 885.80 2899 Midwest Impressions, Inc.299.25 2900 ND Future Farmers of America Association 50.00 2901 Pepsi Cola Bottling Company 841.60 2902 Perma-Bound Books 989.02 2903 Queen City Candy 69.73 2904 US Foodservice, Inc. 363.81 2905 WaI-Mart Stores, Inc. 189.06 2906 Wells Fargo 6937 Corner Market 8.95 6938 Dean Foods NC 1,508.22 6939 Wendy Remillong 44.33 6940 US Foodservice, Inc. 6,856.42 8263 South Heart Public School50.00 8268 David Wegner 54.00 8269 Thomas Heckaman 54.00 8270 Boss Office and Computer Products 5,910.00 8271 Dale Peplinski 54.00 8272 Mathew Larson 54.00 8273 Mandan Public School District #1 32.00 8274 David Wegner 27.00 8275 Mathew Larson 27.00 8276 Killdeer High School 80.00 8277 ND Council of Educational Leaders 100.00 8278 Mathew Larson 54.00 8279 David Wagner 54.00 8280 David Wegner 54.00 8281 Paul Lautenschlager 54.00 8282 NDSAA 45.00 16248 Screenco 347.75 16249 NDSAA 405.00 HeMk did not have any correspon- dence or public participation to pres- ent. Helvik presented personnel. • Superintendent evaluation was presented for review. Discussion. Motion by Nunberg, second by Egan to approve evaluation. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • Day treatment social worker posi- tion was discussed. No applications been received at this time. Helvik pre- sented facilities and transportation. • Repairs needed to the high school roof were discussed. • Gaugler distributed and presented information on the possible purchase of a new buc bus. Discussion. Motion by Egan, second by Nunberg to ap- prove providing air transportation for a school administrator and board trans- portation committee to ABC Bus, Inc. in Faribault, Minnesota to look at a bus. Discussion. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • Gaugler discussed the new lock- ers that will be installed in the high school. Helvik presented finance. • Helvik presented budget revision for School wide Title. Discussion. Mo- tion by Nunberg, second by Egan to approve budget revision. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik presented policy. • Policy GABDD-Title 1 District Parental Involvement Policy was pre- sented for approval. Motion by Nun- berg, second by Egan to approve policy. Roll call vote carries unani- mously. • The first reading of the following policies was presented: • ACDA-Acceptable Use Policy for Electronic Devices • ACDB-Video Surveillance & Recording in Schools • BEA-Candidate Orientation • DBBA-Drug & Alcohol Testing for Employees • DDBA-Vacations • DDDC-Exchange Teaching • DE-Staff Conduct • DJA-Substitute Teachers • DJC-Teachers' Aides • DKA-Reduction In Force • DKDB-Service Credit Purchase • FFA-Student Alcohol & Other Drug Use/Abuse • FFK-Suspension and Expulsion • GBBB-Television & Movies in Schools • HBCC-Student Fundraising • KAAD-Distribution & Posting of Non-Curricular Material in School • KBA-Relations with News Media Motion by Nunberg, second by Egan to approve the first reading on all of the above stated policies. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • Policy FFB-Attendance and Ab- sences was discussed. • The first reading of the following items requiring changes was pre- sented: • DDAA-BR - Family and Medical Leave Regulation • GDB-Graduation Exercises Policy • IB-BR - Lunch Charging Regula- tion Motion by Egan, second by Nun- berg to approve first reading of the above three stated items. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • Policy FGAA-Student Counseling & Guidance Records & Confidentiality was read. Recommendation from Helvik is to suspend this policy. Dis- cussion. Motion by Nunberg, second by Egan to suspend this policy. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • The following policies were pre- sented and recommended to be re- scinded: • DECC-Off Duty Electronic Com- munications with Students • FCAB-Administering Medication to Students • FCAB-BR - Procedure for Admin- istering Medication Motion by Nun- berg, second by Egan to approve rescinding the above three policies. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • The following policies were re- viewed and discussed as they are ex- hibits or administrative regulation: • KAB-E - School Parent Compact • FF-E - Examples of Student Con- duct Violations • FFA-AR -Alcohol & Other Drug Intervention Procedure • FFK-E2 - Suspension & Expul- sion of Special Education Students • FFH-AR - Student Dress Code Regulation • The following policies were pre- sented for the first reading: • ACF-Whistleblower Protection Policy • BGA-Board Communication with the Public Motion by Nunberg, second by Egan to approve the first reading on the above two policies. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented business manager report. • Securities pledged from Bank of the West and First State Bank were reviewed and discussed. Corrected securities pledged report has been re- quested from Bank of the West. Dis- cussion. Motion by Nunberg, second by Egan to approve securities pledged from First State Bank. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Gaugler presented high school principal report. • Contract for Paul Mattern as jun- ior high wrestling coach and pee wee wrestling coach for no compensation for either contract was presented. Dis- cussion. Motion by Egan, second by Nunberg to approve contract. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Hoffer presented day treatment re- port. Helvik presented superintendent report. • Civil Rights Survey was dis- cussed. • Updating the school home page was discussed. • Possibility of purchasing a micro- phone system for school plays was discussed. Next meeting time was discussed. Makelky called for a motion to ad- journ. Motion by Egan, second by Nunberg to adjourn. Makelky ad- journed 6:59 p.m. Bob Makelky, President Misty Farnstrom, Business Man- ager (January 3) Notice TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF THE GOLDEN VALLEY/BILLINGS MULTI-COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICE DISTRICT MONTHLY MEETINGS FOR 2013 Jan. 15, 10 a.m., Billings County Courthouse, Medora Feb. 19, 10 a.m., Social Services Office, Beach March 19, 10 a.m., Billings County Courthouse, Medora, April.16, 9 a.m., Social Services Office, Beach May 21,9 a.m., Billings County Courthouse, Medora June 18, 9 a.m., Social Services Office, Beach July 16, 9 a.m., Billings County Courthouse, Medora Aug. 20, 9 a.m., Social Services Office, Beach Sept. 17, 9 a.m., Billings County Courthouse, Medora Oct. 16, 10 a.m., Social Services Office, Beach Nov. 19, 10 a.m., Billings County Courthouse, Medora Dec. 17, 10 a.m., Social Services Office, Beach It is the policy of the Golden Val- ley/Billings Multi-County Social Serv- ice District to assure that all applicants for, or recipients of, services or assis- tance from programs administered by Golden Valley/Billings Multi-County Social Service District shall not be subjected to discrimination or denied the benefit of such services or assis- tance on the basis of an applicant's race, color, religion, national origin, sex, political beliefs, or, if otherwise qualified, on the basis of age or dis- ability. Golden Valley/Billings Multi- County Social Service District affirms this policy in accordance with Title IV of the Civil Rights Act of 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Acts of 1973, and the North Dakota Human Rights Act. This requirement shall also extend to any organizational entity that provides a contracted service with funds obtained from the Golden Val- ley/Billings County Social Service Board. Persons needing accommodation or who have questions or complaints regarding the provision of services ac- cording to these acts may contact Maurice Hardy, Director, Golden Val- ley/Billings County Social Service Board, PO Box 279, Beach, ND 58821, telephone 701-872-4121. (January 3 and 10) DEAD- LINES The deadline for submitted copy and stories and all ad orders is noon on Fridays. Call 872-3755 or e-mail gvnews@ midstate.net. Page 4 January 3, 2013 Legal Notices Notice to Creditors IN SOUTHWEST JUDICIAL DIS- TRICT COURT, GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, Probate No. 17-2012-PR-00037 In the Matter of the Estate of John Nellermoe, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above- named Estate. All persons having claims against said Deceased are re- quired to present their, claims within three (3) months after the date of the first publication of this Notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Dorothy A. Lingk, the Personal Representative, at MACKOFF KELLOGG LAW FIRM, P.O. Box 10, Beach, North Dakota, 58621, or filed with the Court. Dated this 26th day of November, 2012. /s/Dorothy A. Lingk Personal Representative Charles J. Peterson MACKOFE KELLOGG LAW FIRM P.O. Box 10 Beach, North Dakota ND BAR ID#04009 (701) 872-3731 Attorney for: Personal Representa- tive (December 27, January 3 and 10) Notice NOTICE OF UNCLAIMED LIVESTOCK Notice is hereby given that a dupli- cate list of unclaimed cattle for which this Association has received pay- ments has been sent for posting and filing to the county auditor of Billings County, North Dakota, as required by Section 36-22-07 of the North Dakota Century Code and that the stray so posted is described as follows: One black cow-Estray #39-2012 For further information inquire of the North Dakota Stockman's Associa- tion, 407 South Second Street, Bis- marck, North Dakota. Dated December 11,2012 North Dakota Stockman's Associa- tion Julie Ellingson, Executive Vice President (December 27 and January 3) Belfield School District REGULAR MEETING, BOARD OF EDUCATION, BELFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT #13 ; DECMBR 13, 2012  SCHOOL LIBRARY The meeting was called to order by board president Procive at 7:00 p.m Present: Ernie Buckman, Delbert Kadrmas, Anthony Krebs, Edward Pro- cive, Annette Steffan, Supt. Reming- ton, HS Prin. Lamprecht, Bus. Mgr. Berger. M/S Buckman/Steffan to approve tha minutes of the November 8, 2012, regular school board meeting. Motion carried unanimously. M/S Kadrmas/Krebs to approve the agenda with addition of Robotics. Mo- tion carried unanimously. SLept. Remington noted that gravel had been spread in the back drive- ways. HS Prin. Lamprecht reported that Prin. Lorge and he had attended the new evaluation workshop. He noted changes in the dual credit program and upcoming student activities. The business manager presented the financial reports for November 2012. She also noted changes made in the approved Consolidated Title Grant. M/S Steffan/Krebs to revise the Title fund budget items to match the approved Consolidated Title Grant. Motion carried unanimously. The following bills were approved for payment: 28372 PROCIVE, EDWARD 187.20 28373 KREBS, ANTHONY 172.20 28374 GEIGER, ALAN 112.68 28375 THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE 21.92 28376 CREATIVE TEACHING PRESS INC 0.00 28377 DICKINSON NEWSPAPERS INC. 29.00 28378 DICKINSON PUMP SALES AND SERVICE 8103.45 28379 LEARNING ZONE 89.55 28380 SOUTHWEST BUSINESS MACHINES 256.79 28381 WEST RIVER STUDENT SERVICES 3120.91 28382 CREATIVE ENERGY 1756.50 28383 HUTZENBILER, KENNETH 4832.33 28384 SCHUMACHER, TAMMY 3730.22 28385 BOGNER APPLIANCE 550.00 28451 CENTURY LINK 257.78 28452 WAL-MART STORE #1567 205.17 28453 CAPITAL ONE 101.85 28454 SW PRINCIPAL ASSOCIATION 20.00 28455 ACTIVITY FUND BHS 81.50 28456 ALTERNATIVE SANITATION 275.00 28457 AT & T 453.17 28458 B&K ELECTRIC 1481.68 28459 BELFIELD AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY 209.43 28460 BELFIELD PLUMBING & HTG. 390.05 28461 BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER 119.83 28462 BOSCH LUMBER CO 91.11 28463 BW SEVEN SEAS INN 95.00 28464 CASS CLAY CREAMERY. INC 1151.74 28465 CENTURY LINK 33.02 28466 CITY OF BELFIELD 526.51 28467 CORNEIL, ELLA-JO 191.40 28468 CREATIVE ENERGY 772.20 28469 CURRICULUM ASSOCIATES LLC 48.89 28470 DAN'S SUPERMARKET552.13 28471 DELTA EDUCATION 61.60 28472 DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 284.97 28473 DOLLYWOOD FOUNDATION 88.78 28474 DORVAL, PAULETTE 159.53 28475 ECOLAB 120.00 28476 ESP COMPUTERS & SOFTWARE 1'44.95 28477 GEIGER, ALAN 131.44 28478 HEWSON, ROBERT 161.50 28479 INTERSTATE BRANDS178.60 28480 JAYMAR BUSINESS FORMS 68.49 28481 KEVIN'S AUTO & TRUCK REPAIR 261.26 28482 MENARDS 358.69 28483 MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH CHEMICAL 358.55 28484 MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES 4889.17 28485 NASCO 184.58 28486 ND COUNCIL OF EDUCATIONAL LEAD 50.00 28487 NDSBA 330.00 28488 NEWBY'S ACE HARDWARE 262.52 28489 POSTMASTER 100.00 28490 PRAXAIR 89.90 28491 QUILL CORPORATION605.79 28492 REMINGTON, DARREL484.00 28493 RESP 750.00 28494 RUDY'S LOCK & KEY 3.00 28495 RUNNINGS SUPPLY INC86.49 28496 SCHOLASTIC INC 5500.00 28497 SCHOLASTIC INC 350.00 28498 SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC 76.36 28499 SMART COMPUTER AND CONSULTING 1622.49 28500 SNYDER, MARGO 110.68 28501 SOUTHWEST BUSINESS MACHINES 277.64 28502 TOM'S SERVICE STATION 106.00 28503 TOOLEY, RHONDA 50.00 28504 US FOODSERVICE, inc 3845.53 28505 VANDERESCH, IVAN 500.00 28506 WEST RIVER STUDENT SERVICES 2892.07 28507 NDASA 330.00 28508 UKESTAD, RICHARD 2016.66 28509 EVANS, BOBBY 56.00 28510 CENTURY LINK 17.98 28511 HUTZENBILER, KENNETH 4765.83 28512 SCHUMACHER, TAMMY 3734.78 STUDENT ACTIVITY CHECKS 6807 CHILDRENS i MIRACLE NETWORK 230.00 6808 KRUCKENBERG, LAUREN 100.00 6809 MCDOWELL, JOSTIN 50.00 6810 KAHL, KAYLIE 25.00 6811 MATHCOUNTS 90.00 6812 VAL'S SANITATION 840.00 6813 RICHARDTON HIGH SCHOOL 125.00 6814 KAHL, KAYLIE 17.62 6815 WAL-MART STORE #1567 203.70 6816 ND FCCLA 230.00 6817 BERGLUND, TABITHA 115.77 6818 BUCKMAN, JERRICA 30.00 6819 COCA-COLA BOTTLING 1037.05 6820 COUNTRY CLASSIC CATERING 507.50 6821 COUNTRY MEDIA INC 37.50 6822 DALES CLOTHING 3707.16 6823 DAN'S SUPERMARKET 591.71 6824 FRESH ALTERNATIE ' FUNDRAISING • 1'603.00 6825 HEBRON PUBLIC SCHOOL 155.95 6826 MANDAN PUBLIC SCHOOL 311.90 6827 MINNESOTA WOODS PRODUCTS 2532.01 6828 MINNTEX CITRUS, INC2187.15 6829 NATIONAL PEN 170.30 6830 ND FFA 642.00 6831 ND HS ACTIVITES ASSOCIATION 30.00 6832 ND SCIENCE OLYMPIAD300.00 6833 PEPSI COLA BOTTLING 1309.30 6834 RUNNINGS SUPPLY INC349.97 6835 ST BERNARD'S 150.00 6836 DALES CLOTHING 8681.62 6837 RAMADA PLAZA AND SUITES 1668.50 6838 MAAS, ERIC 12.21 6839 NDSU 100.00 Supt. Remington presented a letter from the Park Board. He noted the school had a fire marshal inspection, food service audit, and an asbestos in- spection. He discussed ITV student, tax levy and preschool. Procive presented a report on RACTC and Krebs presented a report on the sports coop meeting. M/S Kadrmas/Krebs to approve the bills. Motion carried unanimously. Supt. Remington presented the 2013-14 calendar. M/S Krebs/Steffan to approve the 2013-14 calendar with a start date of August 28th and end date of May 30th. Motion carried unanimously. Provice discussed the superinten- dent's evaluation, noting that all satis- factions were received. He thanked Supt. Remington for his work and ded- ication. M/S Kadrmas/Buckman to ap- prove the superintendent's evaluation. Motion carried unanimously. The board discussed the Robotics program. The next meeting is set for January 10, 2013, 7:00 p.m. Meeting adjourned at 8:30 Board President Business Manager (January 3) III Bi,,i00f County School BILLINGS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING DECEMBER 12, 2012 The regular meeting of the Billings County School Board was called to order at 5:30 PM MT, Wednesday, De- cember 12, 2012, at the DeMores School, with members Darren Baranko, Stacey Kessel, and Lynn Arthaud and Principal Soehren pres- ent. Also present for all or portions of the meeting were Elizabeth Odermann and Todd Corneil. Arthaud move d, Kessel seconded, to approve the consent agenda, which included the minutes of the November 12 regular meeting and the November 28 special meeting, the attached check list, the financial report, and the addition of four items to the agenda. The motion carried unanimously. 15350 ACE HARDWARE $185.37 15351 ALTERNATIVE SAN $240.00 15352 AMALGAMATED TALENTS $88.00 15353 APPLE INC $618.00 15354 BELFIELD SCHOOL $230.00 15355 BISMARCK TRIBUN $21.92 15356 BLUE CROSS $1,702.85 15357 BRAUN DISTRIBUT $97.20 15358 CASS CLAY CREAM $513.55 15359 CDW GOVERNMENT $68.53 15360 CENEX $300.70 15361 CENTURY LINK $642.02 15362 CITY OF MEDORA $255.87 15363 CONSOLIDATED CO $167.00 15364 CREATIVE ENERGY$2,683.69 15365 DACOTAH PAPER $1,720.39 15366 DAN'S $37.85 15367 DEANS FOODS INC $568.13 15368 DEMORES SCHOOLS2,502.80 15369 DENNIS O'BRIEN $6,162.20 15370 DICKINSON PRESS $29.44 15371 DICKINSON PUBLI $5,948.76 15372 DISCOUNT SCHOOL SUPPLY $150.81 15373 DON HEISER ELEC $234.00 15374 DONNA BARNETT $5,553.80 15375 DONNA LYNN PETE $370.27 15376 DOUBLEWOOD INN $479.96 15377 DPI $600.77 15378 EDUTECH $20.00 15379 ERIKA HONEYMAN $15.00 15380 ERIN KOVASH $395.00 15381 GARY MEDUNA $4,750.00 15382 HORACE MANN $313.68 15383 JAMES WOSEPKA $3,200.00 15384 JENNIFER VETTE $126.00 15385 JESSIE BERGER $75.48 15386 JOB SERVICE $286.17 15387 KATHY MALKOWSKI$7,414.80 15388 KELLIE KRAITER $28.62 15389 LAURA ARMBRUST $32.19 15390 LOVING GUIDANCE INC $36.25 15391 MATHEW LARSON $100.02 15392 MEDORA CONVEN $8.58 15393 MIDKOTA SCHOOL DISTRI $8.42 15394 MIDSTATE TELEPH $253.45 15395 NDCEL $50.00 15396 NDESC $78.00 15397 NDPERS $6,970.13 15398 OLSON'S SERVICE $6,374.64 15399 PENDER'S MUSIC $45.86 15400 PETER ODERMANN$4,700.00 15401 PIONEER $142.12 15402 PRAIRIE SCHOOL $1,632.20 15403 PREBLE MEDICAL $185.00 15404 RESERVATION TEL $66.05 15405 RESP $750.00 15406 ROUGHRIDER ELEC $4,010.00 15407 RUNNINGS $339.03 15408 SBM $1,537.39 15409 SCHOOL SPECIALT $28.17 15410 SERVICE PRINTER $189.10 15411 SEVEN SEAS $190.00 15412 SOUTH HEART $1,550.00 15413 SW WATER $170.21 15414 TAMMY SIMNIONIW $22.20 15415 TODD HAGGERTY $335.85 15416 US FOOD $4,234.19 15417 VERIZON WIRELESS $52.58 t5418 WAL-MART COMM $181.60 15419 WEST RIVER SPEC$2,181.12 15420 WESTERN FENCE $1,200.00 15421 WORLD'S FINEST $2,095.00 15422 YANKEE CANDLE FUNDRAI $3,127.46 The business manager provided a copy of the audit report completed for fiscal year 2012. Jim Wosepka was unable to attend the meeting to review with the board. The board will table discussion until next meeting. Principal Soehren reported on the evaluations completed for new teach- ers, Christmas Program schedules for DeMotes and Prairie; and RESP activ- ities. The board discussed whether membership with RESP is of enough value for our elementary district. A de- cision whether or not to continue membership for another year would need to be made by March. The board reviewed a letter from Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. re- garding Highway 85 improvements. Baranko moved, Arthaud sec- onded, to approve a family open en- rollment for Dickinson residents to attend DeMores school. The first child in the family will be attending DeMores next school year. The motion carried unanimously. The business manager reported that two hot water heaters will be in- stalled at Prairie over Christmas break. Baranko will be the board repre- sentative to Belfield's December meet- ing. A local Girls Scout troop is request- ing permission to use a room at De- Mores for their meetings. Arthaud moved, Kessel seconded, to allow the use of a room and to waive the usage fee. The motion carried unanimously. A request from Consolidated Enter- prises, Inc. for a Right-of-Way ease- ment to bury new fiber optic line on BCSD property near Fairfield was con- sidered. Baranko moved, Kessel sec- onded to approve the easement. The motion carried unanimously. The format to use for the principal's evaluation was discussed. Various samples will be reviewed by the board. The evaluation is due March 15. The second reading of the Re- straint and Seclusion Policy was tabled until the next meeting. The meeting was adjourned at 6:15 p.m. Darren Baranko, President Darlene Mitchell, Business Man- ager (January 3) Golva City Council GOLVA CITY COUNCIL (UNOFFICIAL MINUTES) DECEMBER 12, 2012 Present: Council members: Ron Barthel, Rick Noll, Joe Kreitinger, Jan Kuchera, Mayor Darin Maus, and Pub- lic Works Director Carl Granat. The Golva City Council met on Wednesday, December 12th, 2012 at 7:30PM at the City office. Mayor Maus opened the' meeting at 7:35PM. The minutes were read. Barthel motioned to accept the minutes as written. Kreitinger seconded the mo- tion. Motion carried. Carl gave his monthly report of tak- ing the water sample, meter reading, etc. He stated the Lewis Wajda trailer had a water leak. Water was shut off at the curb stop. Highway Department is behind schedule on installing radar signs. The water/sewer lines have been completed on the 200 block of Cook Avenue. The Council unanimously voted to rezone Lots 16, 17, 18 on Block 1 of the Gass Vetsch 1st Addition in the City of Golva from residential to mobile home if the surrounding lot owners ap- prove the change. Bernice Kreitinger and Joseph Kreitinger will be con- tacted, The mayor mentioned there is an Oil Impact Grant that could be applied for for adding new sewer lines in a city. Discussion. Tabled. Bills Kreitinger motioned to pay the fol- lowing bills. Barthel seconded the mo- tion. Motion carried. General Account #7280 Employee wages $423.16 7281 Postmaster 30.00 7282 Void 7283 Council member 160.00 7284 Council member 320.00 7285 Council member 240.00 7286 Council member 120.00 7287 Council member 270.00 7288 Postmaster 56.00 7289 Employee wages 75.48 7290 Noll Construction 1011.50 7291 PACE Construction 350.00 7292 Pump Sytems 1029.27 7293 Golden Valley News 300.56 7294 Golva Repair 1248.89 7295 Dickinson Ready Mix 2860.50 7296 ND Rural Water Association 200.00 7297 Municipal Finance Officers30.00 Water Account #3032 Employee wages $353.82 3033 Employee wages 353.82 3034 Employee wages 188.70 3035 SW Water Authority 518.85 3036 Darin Maus 202.34 3037 MDU 24.48 3038 Golva Repair 177.94 3039 Sip N Sew 40.09 3040 SW Water Authority 167.32 Park Account #1420 MDU $3096.00 There being no further business the meeting was adjourned. (January 3) Beach School District PROCEEDS OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BEACH BOARD OF EDUCATION UNOFFICIAL MINUTES SUBJECT TO REVIEW AND REVISION OF THE BOARD DECEMBER 12, 2012 5:30 P.M. ROOM 11 Members present were Bob Makelky, Mark Egan, Kim Nunberg, Misty Farnstrom, Larry Helvik, Brandt Gaugler, and Troy Hoffer. Absent were Maurice Hardy, Robert Sperry, and Dave Wegner. There were no visitors. President Makelky called the meet- ing to order at 5:44 p.m. No visitors were present. Makelky called for approval agenda. Discussion. Motion by Nun- berg, second by Egan to approve agenda. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented November 14, 2012 regular meeting minutes. Discussion. Motion by Nunberg, sec- ond by Egan to approve minutes. Mo- tion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented general fund bills. Discussion. Motion by Nunberg, second by Egan to approve bills. Dis- cussion. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented activity fund bills. Motion by Nunberg, secondby Egan to approve bills. Motion carries unanimously. Famstrom presented food service fund bills. Discussion. Motion by Egan, second by Nunberg to approve bills. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented general fund manual checks. Discussion. Motion by Nunberg, second by Egan to ap- prove bills. Discussion. Motion car- ries unanimously. Farnstrom presented activity fund manual checks. Discussion. Motion by Egan, second by Nunberg to ap- prove bills. Discussion. Motion car- ries unanimously. Farnstrom presented November payroll. Motion by Egan, second by Nunberg to approve payroll. Motion carries unanimously. 38223 Act Workkeys Customer Services (70) 105.00 38224 Ameripride 82.48 38225 Aqua-Pure Inc. 2,174.85 38226 AT&T Mobility 68.19 38227 Beach Food Center 537.25 38228 Beach School Food Service 241.34 38229 Bart R Bishop 100.00 38230 Bismarck Tribune 21.60 38231 Border States Electric Supply 70.50 38232 Boss Office and Computer Products 1,448.76 38233 Cenex Fleetcard 247.22 38234 City of Beach 689.80 38235 Cole Papers Inc. 681.08 38236 Country Media Inc. 75.00 38237 D & E Supply Company, Inc. 1,491.97 38238 Dakota Dust-Tex, Inc. 111.00 38239 Demco 129.32 38240 The Dickinson Press & The Advertizer 29.00 38241 Discount Magazine Subscription 502.84 38242 Discovery Benefits, Inc. 996.00 38243 Brian L. Dolyniuk 80.00 38244 Chelsey Erdmann 111.68 38245 ETSystems Inc. 109.00 38246 Expressway Inn of Bismarck 89.95 38247 Farmers Union Oil Co.3,296.96 38248 Misty Farnstrom 70.00 38249 Gerrells Sports Center 423.28 38250 Golden Valley County Sheriff 10.00 38251 James Groll 80.00 38252 Kelly Groll 220.00 38253 Maurice Hardy 66.60 38254 Houghton Mifflin Co. 52.10 38255 Jaymar Business Forms, Inc. 72.76 38256 Junior Library Guild 2,076.00 38257 Landscaping Solutions 750.00 38258 Learning Seed 1,403.85 38259 Math Counts Registration45.00 38260 Darin Maus 100.00 38261 MDU Resources Group, Inc. 5,562.27 38262 Mid-American Research Chemical Corp. 1,007.53 38263 Midstate Communications, Inc. 701.61 38264 Donna Muckle 54.00 38265 NAPA 130.20 38266 ND Council of Educational Leaders 120.00 38267 ND High School Activities Association 50.00 38268 ND School Boards Association 1,000.00 38269 Office Max Contract Payments, Inc. 5,972.25 38270 Lori Olney 92.05 38271 Olsons Service LLC 419.30 38272 Alexys Partridge 24.00 38273 Dale Peplinski 45.00 38274 Praxair Distribution, Inc.351.65 38275 Raymond Geddes and Co Inc. 157.00 38276 Red Rock Sporting Goods 2,478.15 38277 Rohan Hardware 213.82 38278 Rudy's Lock & Key 230.00 38279 Runnings Supply, Inc. 49.98 39280 Scholastic 516.39 38281 Leann Sime 94.25 38282 Sip And Sew 164.99 38283 Southwest Electric 531.62 38284 Super Duper School Company 227.65 38285 Raynette Szudera 54.00 38286 Jill Tescher 141.81 38287 TNT School Supplies 61.62 38288 Triarco 649.62 38289 Katelyn Ueckert 72.00 38290 Tamara Ventsch-Wegner 36.97 38291 WaI-Mart Stores, Inc. 403.97 38292 Waits Electric, Inc. 312.10 38293 Wells Fargo 9,237.38 38294 Bailey Weninger 12:00 38295 West Plains Inc. 25.00 38296 West River Student Services 5,075.33 38297 Wright Express-Fleet Services 263.34 38298 Brooklyn Zachmann 12.00 38299 Mike Zier 45.00 2895 Beach Closeup 465.72 2896 Beach Food Center 5.09 2897 Closeup Foundation-C/O Burke & Herbert Bank & Trust Co. 1,300.00 2898 Coca Cola Bottling Co. of Dickinson 885.80 2899 Midwest Impressions, Inc.299.25 2900 ND Future Farmers of America Association 50.00 2901 Pepsi Cola Bottling Company 841.60 2902 Perma-Bound Books 989.02 2903 Queen City Candy 69.73 2904 US Foodservice, Inc. 363.81 2905 WaI-Mart Stores, Inc. 189.06 2906 Wells Fargo 6937 Corner Market 8.95 6938 Dean Foods NC 1,508.22 6939 Wendy Remillong 44.33 6940 US Foodservice, Inc. 6,856.42 8263 South Heart Public School50.00 8268 David Wegner 54.00 8269 Thomas Heckaman 54.00 8270 Boss Office and Computer Products 5,910.00 8271 Dale Peplinski 54.00 8272 Mathew Larson 54.00 8273 Mandan Public School District #1 32.00 8274 David Wegner 27.00 8275 Mathew Larson 27.00 8276 Killdeer High School 80.00 8277 ND Council of Educational Leaders 100.00 8278 Mathew Larson 54.00 8279 David Wagner 54.00 8280 David Wegner 54.00 8281 Paul Lautenschlager 54.00 8282 NDSAA 45.00 16248 Screenco 347.75 16249 NDSAA 405.00 HeMk did not have any correspon- dence or public participation to pres- ent. Helvik presented personnel. • Superintendent evaluation was presented for review. Discussion. Motion by Nunberg, second by Egan to approve evaluation. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • Day treatment social worker posi- tion was discussed. No applications been received at this time. Helvik pre- sented facilities and transportation. • Repairs needed to the high school roof were discussed. • Gaugler distributed and presented information on the possible purchase of a new buc bus. Discussion. Motion by Egan, second by Nunberg to ap- prove providing air transportation for a school administrator and board trans- portation committee to ABC Bus, Inc. in Faribault, Minnesota to look at a bus. Discussion. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • Gaugler discussed the new lock- ers that will be installed in the high school. Helvik presented finance. • Helvik presented budget revision for School wide Title. Discussion. Mo- tion by Nunberg, second by Egan to approve budget revision. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik presented policy. • Policy GABDD-Title 1 District Parental Involvement Policy was pre- sented for approval. Motion by Nun- berg, second by Egan to approve policy. Roll call vote carries unani- mously. • The first reading of the following policies was presented: • ACDA-Acceptable Use Policy for Electronic Devices • ACDB-Video Surveillance & Recording in Schools • BEA-Candidate Orientation • DBBA-Drug & Alcohol Testing for Employees • DDBA-Vacations • DDDC-Exchange Teaching • DE-Staff Conduct • DJA-Substitute Teachers • DJC-Teachers' Aides • DKA-Reduction In Force • DKDB-Service Credit Purchase • FFA-Student Alcohol & Other Drug Use/Abuse • FFK-Suspension and Expulsion • GBBB-Television & Movies in Schools • HBCC-Student Fundraising • KAAD-Distribution & Posting of Non-Curricular Material in School • KBA-Relations with News Media Motion by Nunberg, second by Egan to approve the first reading on all of the above stated policies. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • Policy FFB-Attendance and Ab- sences was discussed. • The first reading of the following items requiring changes was pre- sented: • DDAA-BR - Family and Medical Leave Regulation • GDB-Graduation Exercises Policy • IB-BR - Lunch Charging Regula- tion Motion by Egan, second by Nun- berg to approve first reading of the above three stated items. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • Policy FGAA-Student Counseling & Guidance Records & Confidentiality was read. Recommendation from Helvik is to suspend this policy. Dis- cussion. Motion by Nunberg, second by Egan to suspend this policy. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • The following policies were pre- sented and recommended to be re- scinded: • DECC-Off Duty Electronic Com- munications with Students • FCAB-Administering Medication to Students • FCAB-BR - Procedure for Admin- istering Medication Motion by Nun- berg, second by Egan to approve rescinding the above three policies. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • The following policies were re- viewed and discussed as they are ex- hibits or administrative regulation: • KAB-E - School Parent Compact • FF-E - Examples of Student Con- duct Violations • FFA-AR -Alcohol & Other Drug Intervention Procedure • FFK-E2 - Suspension & Expul- sion of Special Education Students • FFH-AR - Student Dress Code Regulation • The following policies were pre- sented for the first reading: • ACF-Whistleblower Protection Policy • BGA-Board Communication with the Public Motion by Nunberg, second by Egan to approve the first reading on the above two policies. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented business manager report. • Securities pledged from Bank of the West and First State Bank were reviewed and discussed. Corrected securities pledged report has been re- quested from Bank of the West. Dis- cussion. Motion by Nunberg, second by Egan to approve securities pledged from First State Bank. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Gaugler presented high school principal report. • Contract for Paul Mattern as jun- ior high wrestling coach and pee wee wrestling coach for no compensation for either contract was presented. Dis- cussion. Motion by Egan, second by Nunberg to approve contract. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Hoffer presented day treatment re- port. Helvik presented superintendent report. • Civil Rights Survey was dis- cussed. • Updating the school home page was discussed. • Possibility of purchasing a micro- phone system for school plays was discussed. Next meeting time was discussed. Makelky called for a motion to ad- journ. Motion by Egan, second by Nunberg to adjourn. Makelky ad- journed 6:59 p.m. Bob Makelky, President Misty Farnstrom, Business Man- ager (January 3) Notice TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF THE GOLDEN VALLEY/BILLINGS MULTI-COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICE DISTRICT MONTHLY MEETINGS FOR 2013 Jan. 15, 10 a.m., Billings County Courthouse, Medora Feb. 19, 10 a.m., Social Services Office, Beach March 19, 10 a.m., Billings County Courthouse, Medora, April.16, 9 a.m., Social Services Office, Beach May 21,9 a.m., Billings County Courthouse, Medora June 18, 9 a.m., Social Services Office, Beach July 16, 9 a.m., Billings County Courthouse, Medora Aug. 20, 9 a.m., Social Services Office, Beach Sept. 17, 9 a.m., Billings County Courthouse, Medora Oct. 16, 10 a.m., Social Services Office, Beach Nov. 19, 10 a.m., Billings County Courthouse, Medora Dec. 17, 10 a.m., Social Services Office, Beach It is the policy of the Golden Val- ley/Billings Multi-County Social Serv- ice District to assure that all applicants for, or recipients of, services or assis- tance from programs administered by Golden Valley/Billings Multi-County Social Service District shall not be subjected to discrimination or denied the benefit of such services or assis- tance on the basis of an applicant's race, color, religion, national origin, sex, political beliefs, or, if otherwise qualified, on the basis of age or dis- ability. Golden Valley/Billings Multi- County Social Service District affirms this policy in accordance with Title IV of the Civil Rights Act of 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Acts of 1973, and the North Dakota Human Rights Act. This requirement shall also extend to any organizational entity that provides a contracted service with funds obtained from the Golden Val- ley/Billings County Social Service Board. Persons needing accommodation or who have questions or complaints regarding the provision of services ac- cording to these acts may contact Maurice Hardy, Director, Golden Val- ley/Billings County Social Service Board, PO Box 279, Beach, ND 58821, telephone 701-872-4121. (January 3 and 10) DEAD- LINES The deadline for submitted copy and stories and all ad orders is noon on Fridays. Call 872-3755 or e-mail gvnews@ midstate.net.