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June 2, 2016 Billings County Pioneer Page 7 Public encouraged to participate in health survey through June 6 DICKINSON - CHI St. Alexius Surveys will be tabulated by the Health Dickinson and the Southwest Center for Rural Health at the Univer- District Health Unit are participating sity of North Dakota School of Medi- in a Community Health Needs As- cine and Health Sciences. Responses sessment through June 6. are anonymous, and participants may The survey helps identify specific skip any question they d not want to health needs of the community and answer, according to CHI St. Alexius brings to light concerns that impact a Dickinson. Answers will be combined community's overall wellness and with other responses and reported ability to flourish, only in total. Anyone with questions The public's participation is wel- about the survey may contact Jaimie come. To take the survey, go to Witt at (701) 777-5907. or call (701) Surveys will be accepted through 456-4271 for a paper copy. June 6. History programs planned at Chateau d More MEDORA-The French aristo- Bad Lands Cow Boy, will appear crat and cattle baron, the Marquis the weekend of June 18-19. Par- de Mores will appear at the trayed by Donald Ehli, A.T. Chateau de Mores State Historic Packard will discuss his life as the Site the weekend of June 4-5 in the editor of the newspaper from 1884- first History Alive! program for the 86. summer. Friedrich Felix Gollnick, an ad- Portrayed by Lance Rustand, the venturous 19th century immigrant Marquis will share his dreams of a from Germany to Dakota Territory, beef empire in the frontier Medora will make an appearance the week- of the 1880s. end of June 25-26. Portrayed by The Marquise de Mores Donald Ehli, Felix will describe his (Medora) will appear at the colorful life, including stints as a Chateau on June 11-12. Portrayed buffalo hunter, homesteader, and by Karen Nelson, this program will employee of the Marquis de Mores. center on Madame de Mores's re- All performances will be on the turn to Medora in 1903. Visi- veranda of the Chateau at 10:30 tars meet Madame in a brief a.m., l:30 p.m., and 3:30 p.m. The retrospective on her time in west- free History Alive! programs ex- ern Dakota as well as her life fol- plaTe the lives and times of decades lowing her return to France, gone by, combining theater arts catching a glimpse of the romance with history. The 20-minute mona- of meeting the Marquis, her passion logues are based on original letters, for hunting, and the tragic death of diaries and other documents, many her beloved Mores. from the archives of the State His- A.T. Packard, the editor of the torical Society of North Dakota. Trespassers beware An area homeowner, apparently with a sense of humor, has this sign posted instead of the usual 'no trespassing' warning that could have been used instead. (Photo by Richard Volesky) Billings County School Honor Roll Billings County School District Prairie School: Austin Klatt, Cay- Honor Roll for the fourth quarter: den Kling, Brianna Klatt, Jayson Highest Honors: Morel Prairie School: Taylor Downing, DeMores School: Samantha Annie Schwartzenberger, Shadera Lapp, Alexander Costas, Jersey Burian, Shawna Burian, Tacy Palah- Filkowski niuk, Dillon Reis, Helena JobHonors: DeMoTes School: Anna Grotberg, Prairie School: Colton Crist Samuel Grotberg DeMores School: Griffin Kessel, High Honors: Wyatt Tczap, Michael Whitworth Benes, Van Horn graduate from DSU DICKINSON- Dickinson State celebrated their graduation by University held its 96th spring walking across the platform to re- commencement ceremony on May ceive their diplomas from the uni- 14 in Scott Gymnasium. versity's 12thpresident, Dr. The school awarded 117 bac-Thomas Mitzel. calaureate degrees, 34 associate de- Graduates included Megan grees and one undergraduate Benes, of Beach, and Karissa Van certificate. Eighty-nine students Horn, also of Beach. ND Honors List posted WAHPETON The North 12 credit hours. Dakota State College of Science Students who made the list for (NDSCS) has named 383 students 2016 include: Ashlee Wolf, dental to its spring semester 2016 Presi- assisting, from Belfield; Greyson dent's Honors List. The Honors List Stedman, John Deere technician, recognizes students who have from Golva; and Stephen Szudera, achieved a grade point average of precision machining technology, 3.5 or higher while taking at least from Sentinel Butte. : F~ery Monday & Tuesday at the , 60oa _of Now Hiring For All Shifts Production Team Members. Mechanical & Electrical Trades Hog Buyer. Security Officer & Production Supervisor Smithfield Sioux Falls is ~king team members tmmediate~ to join our growing team. As an indmwry leader Smithfield offers excellent career growth, training, benefits and competitive pay. Call (605) 330-3354 or apply online at ! 1 ! | Golden Valley Emil CONSOLIDATED PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT PRIMARY ELECTION, JUNE 14, 2016 ' ~TE OF NORTH DAKOTA ~ GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 l I To vote for the candldale of your choice, you must darken the oval (lID) n~xt to th? name of ~ .candidate. To vote for a ~rson ,.whose name is not printed on the bal|oL you1 must darken the oval ( ~ ) next to the b!afik I!ne proviDeD and wnte mat person's name on me Plank line, . John Hoeven Eliot Glassheim Robert N Marquette Kevin Cramer . Chase Iron Eyes Jack Seaman o . Wayne Stenehjam & Nicole Poolman Paul J Serum & Michael Coachman Doug Burgum & Brent Sanford Josh Gallion Marvin E Nelson & Joan Heckaman Tim Mathern Ruth Buffalo MartyRiske & JoshuaVo~ek Roland Riemers Eric OIson l l Kelly L Schmidt :! :~~~ Made Hunte-Beaubrun Jon Godfread Julie Fedorchak Nick Beta Thomas Skadeland / I l Official Ballot , All ballots, other than those used GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY ',to vote absentee, must first be June 14, 2016 i initialed by appropriate election Initials officials in order to be counted. County Sample Bal | 1 DAKOTA To vole for the candidate of your choice, you rnustdarkentheoval(Ib ) nexttothe name of that candidate. To vote for a person whose name is not pdnted on the ballot, you must darken lhe oval ( 9D ) next to the blank line provided and write that person's name on the blank line. Kimten Baesler Jerod Elton Tufte Robert V Bolinske Sr William A Herauf Adam Smith Robert Schmeling Theresa Medina Jeanne Larson Wade Walworth Mark Benes I | , Jennifer Erickson Mike Braden Rachel Keohane lot GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY ' Mark Lund Vote by darkening the oval ( lid ) next to the word 'YES" or "NO' following the explanation of each measure. REFERRED MEASURE NO. 1 (Senate Bill No. 2351,2015 Nodh Dakota Sessron Laws, Ch. 84) Senate Bill No. 2351, passed by the 2015 Legislative Assembly, would allow the owners.hip or leasing of up to 640 acres of land f0T the operation of a dairy farm or swine facility by a domestic eoq~at~ or li~ed liabiray compeny, Senete B$ 2"351 would also requite the ag~llure commissioner to develop repotting and monitoring rules to ensure compliance. YES I approve Senate Bid 235t summarized above, NO I reject Ser~te Bill 2351 summarized above, PUBLICATION OF CITY GOVERNING BODY MINUTES Shall the City of Beach continue to publish the minutes of the goveming body meetings in the oftidal newspaper? YES -Means you approve the measure as summe~.ed above. NO -Means you reject the measure as summanzed above. Beach School District Measure No. 1 PUBUCATION OF SCHOOL BOARD GOVERNING BODY MINUTES Shall the School District publish the minutes of its governing body in the official school newspaper for the next two years? YES -Means you approve the measure as summarized above, NO -Means you mleCl e,,e measure as summa6zed above. l I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 l | | |