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Page 4 Billings County Pioneer May 8, 2014 Hearing Notice AMENDED NOTICE OF HEARING Probate No. 17-2014-PR-00011 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of Charles V. Floyd, Deceased. TAKE NOTICE That Patricia Carr has filed an Application for Formal Ap- pointment of Personal Representative with the Golden Valley County District Court. The matter will be heard before the Honorable Zane Anderson, Judge of the District Court, on May 22, 2014, at 8:30 o'clock a.m. (Local Time) at the Golden Valley County Courthouse, Beach, North Dakota, for the entry of a decree appointing a Personal Repre- sentative as stated in the Application filed with the District Court. Dated this 16th day of April, 2014. CROWLEY FLECK PLLP Attorney for Personal Representa- tive 100 West Broadway Avenue, Suite 250 P.O. Box 2798 Bismarck, ND 58502-2798 Telephone: (701) 224-7522 mbrown @ crowleyfleck.com By:/s/Malcolm H. Brown Malcolm H. Brown (#02842) (April 24, May 1 and 8) Hearing Notice AMENDED NOTICE OF HEARING Probate No. 17-20t4-PR-00010 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of Mabel Iona Floyd, Deceased. TAKE NOTICE That Patricia Carr has filed an Application for Formal Ap- pointment of Personal Representative with the Golden Valley County District Court. The matter will be heard before the Honorable Zane Anderson, Judge of the District Court, on May 22, 2014, at 8:30 o'clock a.m. (Local Time) at the Golden Valley County Courthouse, Beach, North Dakota, for the entry of a decree appointing a Personal Repre- sentative as stated in the Application filed with the District Court. Dated this 16th day of April, 2014. CROWLEY FLECK PLLP Attorney for Personal Representa- tive 100 West Broadway Avenue, Suite 250 :  ..... .... r'" P.O: B6 279B" ":" ...... . Bismarck, ND 58502-2798 Telephone: (701) 224-7522 mbrown @crowleyfleck.com By: /s/Malcolm H. Brown Malcolm H. Brown (#02842) (April 24, May 1 and 8) Notice Summons for Declaratory Judgment State of North Dakota County of Golden Valley In District Court Southwest Judicial District John E. Byrne, III, heir of the estate Of John E. Byrne, Sr., Petitioner, Vs. Heirs of the estate of Winnifred Wal- ton Shelton aka Winifred Shelton, Lenelle Shelton Roach, Jean Shelton, Joseph Houston Shelton, James Wal- ton Shelton Respondent Civil No. 17-2014-CV-00021 THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMDE DEFEN- DANTS: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear and defend against the Petition for Declaratory Judgment of the Petitioner in the above- entitled action, a copy of which is here- with served upon you, or filed with the Clerk of Court, by serving upon the un- dersigned an Answer or other proper re- sponse within twenty (20) days after the service of this Summons upon you, ex- clusive of the date of such service. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Petition for Declara- tory Judgment. Dated at Minor, North Dakota, this 11 day of April, 2014 Howard & Associates, P.C. Judith E. Howard (ID 03482) Attorney for Petitioner 7 Third St. SE, Ste 202 Minot, ND 58701-3916 jhoward @howardlawfirmnd.com (April 24, May 1 and 8) Notice NOTICE OF LAPSE OF MINERAL INTEREST TO: Estate of Joseph Hafner, Howard Moum, Roger J. Stevens, Katie Hafner Ambrormaker, a/k/a Katie Hafner Ambrustmacher, f/k/a Katie Hafner, Michael Dewayne Baker a/k/a Michael Baker, Raymond A. Hafner, De- Ioris J. Hafner, Frank A. Rowell, Alice Rowell a/k/a Alice M. Rowell, Deloris J. Hafner and Raymond A. Hafner. The undersigned, George D. Hilde- brant, RobertaA. Hildebrant and Mellon W. Hildebrant, hereby give notice of the lapse of mineral interest pursuant to Chapter 38-18.1 of the North Dakota Century Code and does hereby further give notice that they intend to succeed to the ownership of the entire mineral interest in and under the following tract of land, said ownership having lapsed by abandonment and non-use for a pe- riod of 20 years. 1 The description of land on which the minerals are located is: Township 139 North, Range 106 West, Golden Valley County, North Dakota Section 26: SW% 2. The names of the record own- ers of the lapsed mineral interests under some or all of the above de- scribed property are: Estate of Joseph Hafner, Howard Moum, Roger J. Stevens, Katie Hafner Ambrormaker, a/k/a Katie Hafner Am- brustmacher, f/k/a Katie Hafner, Michael Dewayne Baker a/k/a Michael Baker, Raymond A. Hafner, Deloris J. Hafner, Frank A. Rowell, Alice Rowell a/k/a Alice M. Rowell, Deloris J. Hafner and Raymond A. Hafner 3. The names of the persons giving notice of lapse of mineral interest are: George D. Hildebrant and Roberta A. Hildebrant, whose mailing address is 3910 169th Ave SW, Beach, ND 58621 ; and Mellon W. Hildebrant, whose mail- ing address is 3931 Hwy 16 South, Beach, ND 58621. 4. George D. Hildebrant, Roberta A. Hildebrant and Mellon W. Hildebrant are the record owners of the surface estate of the above described premises and as such by giving this no- tice intend to succeed to the ownership of the above-described lapsed mineral interest. Dated this 14th day of April, 2014. (April 24, May 1 and 8) Notice NOTICE OF ZONING HEARING The Billings County Planning & Zon- ing Commission will hold a public hear- ing on Thursday, May 15, 2014 at 1:00 PM in the Commissioner's Room at the county courthouse, Medora, ND to con- sider recommending to the Board of County Commissioners the approval or denial of the following items: Chimney Butte Land Company, LP: Conditional Use Permit to construct 2 mobile homes on a 152.6 acre site in sections 4 & 5-143-99 (1217 Hwy 85 SW). Location of Chimney Butte spe- cial waste landfill. Property is zoned agricultural and owned by Stone Johnny, LLP. Great Northern Midstream: Applica- tion to rezone approximately 231 acres in sections 2, 3, 10, & 11-139-100 from agricultural to industrial. The site will expand the rail operations of the Fry- burg Rail terminal to the north with ad- ditional track. Property is currently owned by ND Land Holdings LLC, William Reis, and Perry Redmond, etal. Great Northern Midstream: Applica- tion for a minor agricultural subdivision for a 18.13 acre tract in the part of the NW1/4NW/14 section 10 & SW1/4SW1/4 of section 3-139-100 (3710 135th Ave SW). Property is for the existing farmstead owned by Perry Redmond, etal. Chad Hammerstrom: Application for a minor agricultural subdivision for a 26.31 acre tract in the SE1/4SE1/4 32- 139-102. Property is adjacent to exist- ing home site along 148th Ave SW. Property is currently owned by Beck & Muhonen, etal. Other Business: The board will also address poten- tial & perding zoning:violations and rec- ommend any action needed by the Zoning Director, State's Attorney, or Board of County Commissioners. Applications are available for review during regular office hours at the Billings County Courthouse. Dated at Medora this 25th day of April, 2014. Stacey Swanson Zoning Director (May 1 and 8) Beach City Council CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS PUBLISHED SUBJECT TO THE GOVERNING BODY'S REVIEW AND REVISION A regular meeting of the Beach City Council was called to order by Mayor Walter Losinski on April 21, 2014 at 7:00 pm. Present when the meeting was called to order was City Council Paul Lautenschlager, Tim Marman, Mark Benes, Jeanne Larson, Wade Walworth, PWS Mike Braden, City Au- ditor Kimberly Nunberg, City Engineer Jon Wilczek, and guests Gene Wein- reis, Ed Dietz, Pat Lynch, Roy Klym, and Alan Muckle. Public Participation: None Public Works Report: PWS Braden reported on street re- pairs and maintenance, the North water tower will be filled the beginning of May, and the city crew is still looking for the water leak. Summer employees will begin mid May. Auditor Report: Nunberg reviewed her written re- port. An Application for Energy Infra- structure and Impact Office Grant for a street and storm water drainage project was reviewed. Benes moved to ap- prove submitting the application, sec- ond by Lautenschlager. Motion carried unanimously. Nunberg reviewed the monthly and quarterly financial reports. Benes moved to approve, second by Larson. Motion carried unanimously. Committee Report: Garbage - Walworth and Larson re- ported on changes made by the ND De- partment of Health to our inert landfill permit. The committee made the fol- lowing proposal: Increase landfill hours to Monday - Friday 4-7 and Saturday 10-5 Hire an additional Public Works Employee due to increased work load Increase base rate on residential water, sewer and garbage by $1 Increase base rate on commercial garbage $3 Marman suggested tabling a deci- sion until the next meeting. Further dis- cussion. Marman moved to approve the recommendation of the committee with the rate increase being effective June 1,2014, second by Walworth. Marman- yes, Walworth-yes, Larson-yes, Benes- yes, Lautenschlager-no. Motion carried. Zoning -Nunberg reported on the Zoning Board meeting held this morn- ing. Unfinished Business: Lagoon Expansion Project - City En- gineer Wilczek reported on progress of the project, and a Purchase Agreement is being reviewed. Walking & Biking Trail Project - Wilczek mentioned ND DOT will be opening bids in May. Quiet Zone Project - We are still waiting for approval from the BNSF. Re=plat for Dickinson Ready Mix - The final re-plat requested by Dickinson Ready Mix was reviewed. Walworth moved to approve the final re-plat of Lots 1- 5 & 14-18 Block 2 Hunter's 3rd Addition, second by Larson. Motion car- ried unanimously. New Business: Ed Dietz requested the City consider improving the drainage ditch east of his residence. Dietz shared concerns of water backing up onto his property and without proper drainage a retention pond is forming for mosquitos. Braden will obtain an estimate for the improve- ments. Roy Klym and Alan Muckle inquired if the City would consider donating any additional funds for the new ambulance. Mayor Losinski explained the only funds available for the City to donate are those in the Community Enhance- ment Fund. There was $4,000 in the Community Enhancement Fund that was not previously designated for any other project and that was the amount given to the Community Ambulance Service. Klym and Muckle requested the Community Ambulance Service be included in the City Budget for the year 2015. Marman moved to pay" $5000 to William Tidball to clear a land exchange agreement made in 2001 when the new Main Street was constructed, second by Walworth. Motion carried unani- mously. The City Attorney will draft the necessary documents. An Application for Community En- hancement Funds submitted by the Community Learning Center was re- viewed. Marman moved to approve the request of $2,000, second by Benes. Motion carried unanimously. An Application for License to Sell Fireworks submitted by Gary VanVleet was reviewed. Benes moved to ap- prove, second by Lautenschlager. Benes-yes, Lautenschlager-yes, Wal- worth-yes Larson-yes, Marman - no. Motion carried. No other business was. brought for- ward. Walworth moved to adjourn, sec- ond by Larson Motion carried unanimously. Meeting adjourned at 9:30 p.m. Walter Losinski, Mayor ATTEST: Kimberly Nunberg, City Auditor (May 8) Notice Billings County Board of Equalization The following Boards of Equalization have been scheduled for the 2014 as- sessments: The Unorganized Township and County Board of Equalization will meet on Tuesday, June 3, 2014 at 1:00 pm in the commissioner's room at the county courthouse. The State Board of Equalization will be held on Tuesday, August 12, 2014 at the Capitol building in Bismarck. Time TBD. (May 8 and 15) Meeting Notice NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING The Billings County School Board will hold a meeting for the purpose of presenting demographic information and obtaining input from the public for long term planning purposes for the District. The meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m. Monday, May 12, 2014, at DeMores School in Medora, following the regular school board meeting which will begin at 4:00 PM. All residents are urged to attend. The 2003 Legislative Assembly en- acted a law requiring school districts to invite the public to participate in a plan- ning process addressing the effects that demographics might have on the district in the ensuing three year and five year periods in regard to academic and ex- tracurricular programs; instructional and administrative staffing; facility needs and utilization; and tax levies. At the end of the planning process a report will be prepared and made available upon request. Anyone needing special accommo- dations to attend the meeting may make arrangements by contacting the District Office at 623-4363 or 1-800- 366-6888 TTY, 6889-Voice (May 8) Hearing00Notice Notice of Zoning Hearings The Beach Zoning Board will hold 4 Public Hearings on May 19, 2014 at City Hall. Public Hearings will begin at 8:15 a.m. and will be addressed in the following order: 1.) Review an Application for Re- quest of Conditional Use - Lighthouse Addition Block 1 for Beach Evangelical Church 2.) Review an Application for Ap- proval of Zoning Change & Request of Conditional Use Woodhull's First AddP tion Block 6 - from Residential 1 to Commercial 2 3.) Review an Application for Ap- proval of Zoning Change - Woodhull's First Addition Block 8 - from Residen- tial 2 to Commercial 2 4.) Review an Application for Ap- proval of Zoning Change & Request of Conditional Use - Glen Haven Park Block 20 & 21 from Commercial 2 to Agricultural Glen Haven Park Block 22 & 23 from Residential 2 to Agricultural Glen Haven Park Block 28 & 29 from Residential 1 to Agricultural SE 1/4 Section 25 140 Range 106 Township Less tract Butte View (Condi- tional Use Only) Kimberly Nunberg City Auditor/Zoning Administrator City of Beach (May 8 and 15) Hearing Notice Zoning Hearing Notice The Golden Valley County Zoning Board will hold a public hearing on Mon- day, May 19, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. in the Commissioner's Room at the court- house 1. Unfinished Business - Marman Earth Construction, LLC requested a conditional use permit for SE1/4 Sec 26-141-105 for a new Scoria Pit. 2. New Business - Tyler Maus requested a setback variance of 115' from a Section line (set back is a 150'). He plans to place a new home and garage with 35' of the NWl/4 Sec 30-137-104. - Noll Construction request a Con- ditional use permit to establish a new Scoria pit located in SEC 24-138-104 (May 8 and 15) Billings County School BILLINGS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 Unofficial Minutes of Regular Meeting April 8, 2014 The regular meeting of the Billings County School Board was called to order at 5:05 PM, Tuesday, April 8, 2014, at the DeMores School in Medora with board members Lynn Arthaud, Dar- ren Baranko, Stacey Kessel, Julie Reis and Principal Soehren presen t, Also present for all or portions of the meet- ing were Laura Filkowski, Jennifer Vet- ter, and Todd Haggerty. Arthaud moved, Reis seconded, to approve the consent agenda, which in- cluded the minutes of the March 6 and March 24 meetings, the attached check list, and the addition of two items to the agenda. The motion carried unani- mously. 15738ALTERNATIVE SAN $260.00 15739ANDREA KREBS $560.00 15740 BEACH POST GRADUATION PARTY $100.00 15741 BELFIELD PLUMBING & HEATING $156.00 15742 BLUE CROSS $1,702.85 15743 BLUE CROSS $1,286.30 15744 CASS CLAY CREAM $455.16 15745 CITY OF MEDORA $253.54 15746 DENISE SOEHREN $111.87 15747 DENISE SOEHREN $90.00 15748 DENISE SOEHREN $421.60 15749 DENISE SOEHREN $57.63 15750 DENNIS O'BRIEN $5,979.78 15751 DICKINSON PUBLI $5,076.85 15752 DOLLYWOOD FOUNDATION $37.20 15753 DONNA BARNETT $4,727.52 15754 DONNA LYNN PETE $135.60 15755 DPI $65.25 15756 ERIKAHONEYMAN $396.00 15757 ERIN KOVASH $75.68 15758 GARY MEDUNA $4,266.00 15759 HORACE MANN $251.43 15760 J.O'B.SPECIALTI $98.18 15761 JOBS HQ $210.11 15762 KARLA LARSON $450.00 15763 KATHY MALKOWSKI$6,652.80 15764 KELLIE KRAITER $560.00 15765 LAURAARMBRUST $141.25 15766 LAURA FILKOWSKI $76.84 15767 LIZ ODERMANN $560.00 15768 MATHEW LARSON $396.00 15769 MIDSTATE TELEPH $255.93 15770 NITRO-GREEN $549.00 15771 OLSON'S SERVICE $5,181.12 15772 PEARCE & DURICK $48.75 15773 PETER ODERMANN$3,609.22 15774 PIONEER $187.92 Inc., and Network Centers, Inc. A com- mittee consisting of Lynn Arthaud, Todd Haggerty, Denise Soehren, and Tammy Simnioniw will review the bids and will submit a report and recommendation to the board at the special meeting being held on April 14. It was determined that the April 14 meeting will begin at 4:30 p.m. with award of bid with teacher ne- gotiations to follow. Todd Haggerty presented a budget of $59,557 for future technology needs. Arthaud moved, Kessel seconded, to approve the technology budget for 2014-15 school year as presented with revisions to upgrade the 10 iPads on the budget to 4G capabilities which will add approximately $1,000 to the budget. The hardware on the budget will be purchased in this fiscal year but then subtracted from the 2014-15 budget. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. Baranko reported that evaluations were completed for the Business Man- ager and Principal. Goals for the up- coming year were developed and discussed with the Principal. In accor- dance with the board's February motion to utilize the services of the NDSBA to assist Baranko in compiling the results of the principal evaluation, board mem- bers asked for clarification on how those services were utilized. Baranko informed the board that he sought ad- vice from the NDSBA on how to use the ELP survey results. Goals for the up- coming year were then formulated based off of the input from the NDSBA. The library contract for 2014-15 year was discussed. Concern was ex- pressed by teachers in attendance that every other week wasn't enough library services. Also of concern was when holidays, snow day, etc. occurred on a Monday and was then not made up. Other suggestions were heard on vari- ous ways to improve services. Soehren and Simnioniw will begin meeting with library staff to explore options for the upcoming school year. The committee consisting of Kessel and Reis assigned to study classified staff wage increase options for the 2014-15 school year recommended raising classified hourly staff wages by $0.62 per hour (a 3.5% increase on the average of all hourly classified staff wages) with the exception of Tom Hutzenbiler whose wage would in- crease to $24 to bring him closer to in- dustry standards for his position and to keep DeeAnn Bock's wage at the 2013- 14 rate since she was only recently hired and her wage was set high enough initially to offset a wage in- crease for the next year. Arthaud moved, Baranko seconded, to approve the committee recommendations as presented. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. The committee then recommended a 3% salary increase for the business manager. Baranko moved, Arthaud seconded, to approve the committee recommendation. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. Contract negotiation for the principal position was tabled until next meeting. 15775 RUDY'S LOCK 15776 SCOFF RASK !5777 SERVICE PRINTER 15778 SW WATER 15779 TAMMY SIMNIONIW 15780 TODD HAGGERTY 15781 TODD HAGGERTY $22.80 Baranko moved, Kessel sec- $919 74 $314'10 Rnded'tl rescind the Title I Dispute ' :. eSout]bn Procedure policy GABDB $75.22 adopted in February, 2009, and ap- $369.59 prove the first reading of the new "title $432.39 Programs Dispute Resolution Proce- $396.00 dure policy GABDB. Roll call vote was 15782 WAL-MART COMM $92.72 15783 WEST RIVER SPEC$5,425.56 EFT JP Morgan Chase $28,897.46 Principal Soehren requested a change for classroom configurations at Prairie School. Reis moved, Arthaud seconded, to rescind the motion from the March 6 meeting regarding class- room configurations at Prairie. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. Reis moved, Arthaud seconded, to approve Principal Soehren's revised classroom configuration plan for Prairie School for the 2014-15 school year. Preschool will be two days per week, sharing the Preschool teacher between DeMores and Prairie, a combo grade of Kindergarten and 7th grade together (no eighth graders enrolled at this time, but would be added to K & 7th grade classroom if new student enrolls in 8th grade), first grade stand alone, second grade stand alone, third and fourth grade combination, and fifth and sixth grade combination. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. A resignation letter was read from Kellie Kraiter, Preschool teacher at Prairie and technology coordinator for both schools. Kessel moved, Reis sec- onded, to accept the resignation with regret. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor of the motion. An interview committee was established for teaching position vacancies. Lynn Arthaud, Julie Reis, Principal Soehren, and Business Manager Simnioniw will serve on the committee. A playground equipment and sur- face material quote from BC6 Builders was reviewed. Reis moved, Arthaud seconded, to accept the bid in the amount of $19,953 for the playground equipment and to obtain bids from other vendors for surface material. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. Soehren reported that a family night is scheduled for May 11 at Prairie and for May 15 at DeMores. A recogni- tion/graduation banquet will be held at Prairie on May 21. To date there are five preschoolers enrolled at each school for the 2014-15 school year. A regional math meet will be held at Prairie School on April 24 with eight schools attending. A medical benefit will be held for a BCSD student on May 13 in Dickinson. Since this is the same night as the regular May board meeting, Soehren requested that the May board meeting be rescheduled for May 12. It was the consensus of the board to meet that date and start the meeting at 4:00 p.m. with the public strategic planning meeting to follow at 7:00 p.m. Soehren also reported that school data was sent to parents. The State has an Advanced Ed program that can be utilized to gather data for schools in the future. The schools involved in the Heart River sports co-op are asked if they are interested in developing poli- cies regarding sports participation that would consistent from school to school in the co-op. It was the consensus of the board that they were in favor of this. At 5:30 p.m., the board president opened the sealed bids received for the Voice Over Telephone System, which also included a paging system for both schools and a clock and bell system at DeMores School Vendors submitting bids were High Point Networks, Marco, taken with all in favor. The board certified that the district has complied with drug, alcohol and discrimination policies, and no discipli- nary sanctions had been applied. Business Manager Simnioniw pre- sented quotes on several maintenance projects scheduled for this summer. It was the consensus of the board to go ahead with replacement of east outside doors and outside kitchen door on main school at Prairie, professional refinish- ing of gym'floor at Prairie, mudjacking and concrete work at both DeMores and Prairie to level and replace deterio- rating segments, and a new fire alarm system at DeMores. There were no candidates who filed to be on the ballot. However, one pa- tron did call in after the filing deadline and was informed that he could run as a write in at the election if he so chose. Kessel and Soehren reported on RESP news. The meeting was adjourned at 9:10 PM. Darren Baranko, President Tammy Simnioniw, Business Man- ager (May 8) Hearing Notice NOTICE OF HEARING N.D. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OIL AND GAS DIVISION The North Dakota Industrial Com- mission will hold a public hearing at 9:00 a.m. Thursday, May 29, 2014, at the N.D. Oil & Gas Division, 1000 East Calgary Ave., Bismarck, N. D. At the hearing the Commission will receive testimony and exhibits. Per- sons with any interest in the cases listed below, take notice. PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: If at the hearing you need special facil- ities or assistance, contact the Oil and Gas Division at 701-328-8038 by Fri- day, May 16, 2014. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO: Case No. 22186: (Continued) Appli- cation of Continental Resources, Inc. for an order to determine the volumes and value of flared gas from the Chre- tien #1-31H well, located in Section 31, T.142N., R.101W., Billings County, ND, DeMores-Bakken Pool, for the pur- poses of payment of taxes and royalties pursuant to the provisions of NDCC 38 08-06.4 and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 22213: (Continued) Appli- cation of Continental Resources, Inc. for an order to determine the volumes and value of flared gas from the Haag #1X-21H well, located in Section 21, T.144N., R.99W., Billings County, ND, BlacktaiI-Bakken Pool, and for those wells currently not connected to a gas gathering facility authorize the flaring of gas in accordance with NDCC 38 08- 06.4, and such other relief as i; appro- priate. Case No. 22217: (Continued) Appli- cation of Continental Resources, Inc. fdr an order to determine the volumes and value of flared gas from the Charn- wood #1-32H well, located in Section 32, T.141N., R.99W., Billings County, ND, St. Demetrius-Bakken Pool, and for those wells currently not connected to a gag gathering facility authorize the flaring of gas in accordance with NDCC 38 08-06.4, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 20658: (Continued) Appli- cation of Peregrine Petroleum Partners, Ltd. for an order mnding the field rules for the Buckhorn-Bakken Pool to create and establish a 1280-acre spac- ing unit comprised of Sections 27 and 28, T.144N., R.102W., Billings County, ND, authorizing the drilling of a total not to exceed three horizontal wells on said 1280-acre spacing unit, eliminating any tool error requirements and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 21375: (Continued) Appli- cation of Continental Resources, Inc. for an order amending the field rules for the Little Knife-Bakken Pool, Billings, Dunn and McKenzie Counties, ND, au- thorizing a total not to exceed fourteen wells on each existing 1280-acre spac- ing unit within Zones IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, and XI; and a total not to exceed twenty-eight wells on each existing 2560-acre spacing unit within Zone XII, eliminating any tool error requirements and such other relief as is appropriate. Signed by, Jack Dalrymple, Governor Chairman, ND Industrial (May 8) Hearing Notice NOTICE OF HEARING N.D. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OIL AND GAS DIVISION . The North Dakota Industrial Com- mission will hold a public hearing at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 28, 2014, at the N.D. Oil & Gas Division, 1000 East Cal- gary Ave., Bismarck, N. D. At the hear- ing the Commission will receive testimony and exhibits. Persons with any interest in the cases listed below, take notice. PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: If at the hearing you need special facil- ities or assistance, contact the Oil and Gas Division at 701-328-8038 by Thursday, May 15, 2014. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO:Case No. 22301: Temporary spac- ing to develop an oil and/or gas pool discovered by the Whiting Oil and Gas Corp #11-17TFH 'Anderson Butte Federal well (File No. 19755), NWNW Section 17, T.144N., R.101W., Billings County, ND, define the field limits, and enact such special field rules as may be necessary. Case No. 22310: Application of Williston Exploration, LLC for an order amending the applicable orders for the Rocky Ridge-Heath Pool to establish ei- ther an 80-acre spacing unit consisting of the SWNE and SENW of Section 15, T.137N., R.100W., Billings County, ND or a 160-acre spacing unit consisting of the S/2 NE/4 and S/2 NW/4 of said Sec- tion 15 for the purpose of drilling a lat- eral from the Rocky Ridge-Fritz # 1 well (File No. 25347) located in the SWNE of said Section 15, and granting such  other and further relief as may be ap-, propriate. Signed by, Jack Dalrymple, Governor Chairman, ND Industrial Commis- sion (May 8) Hearing Notice NOTICE OF HEARING N.D. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OIL AND GAS DIVISION The North Dakota Industrial Com- mission will hold a public hearing at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 28, 2014, at the N.D. Oil & Gas Division, 1000 East Calgary Ave., Bismarck, N. D. At the hearing the Commission will receive testimony and exhibits. Persons with any interest in the cases listed below, take notice. PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: If at the hearing you need special facil- ities or assistance, contact the Oil and Gas Division at 701-328-8038 by Thursday, May 15, 2014. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO: Case No. 22328: Application of Whiting Oil and Gas Corp. for an order pursuant to NDAC 43 02-03-88.1 pooling all interests in a spacing unit de- scribed as the N/2 of Section 26, T.141N., R. 104W:,:Camel Hump-Red River Pool, Golden Valley County, ND, as provided by NDCC 38-08-08, and such other relief as is appropriate. Signed by, Jack Dalrymple, Governor Chairman, ND Industrial Commis- sion (May 8) Did you know? The Billings Coun Pioneer and Golden Valley News have shared advertising, and have been sharing the news for some of their inside pages for about 40 years. This means the coverage of your ad isn't limited to just either county/Ourprimary coverage area is western Stark County and west to the Montana border. 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