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July 10, 2014 Notice Notice of Public Hearing The Beach City Council will hold their regular meeting on Monday, July 21,2014 at 7 pm at City Hall (153 Main Street). There will be a Public Hearing at 7:30 pm to review an Application for "Approval of Zoning Change submitted by Kenneth and .Rita.l~edeker. The re- quest is to make-the fbllowing zoning change: NE 1/4 Section 14 Township 140 Range 106 from Agricultural to Indus- trial. Kimberly Nunbe(g~ City Auditor/Zoning Administrator (July 3 and 10) HEATING $1,331.00 16695 BELFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT $45,179.03 16696 BILLINGS CO. SCHOOL DIST. #1 $133.25 16697 BISMARCK TRIBUNE $37.20 16698 BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD $67.00 16699 BORDER STATES $244.69 16700 CENTURY LINK $613.18 16701 CHILLER SYSTEMS INC $14,569.32 16702 CITY OF MEDORA $253.28 16703 CONNECTING POINT $10,883.06 16704 CONSOLIDATED TELCOM $60,000.00 16705 VOID VOID 16706 CREATIVE ENERGY$6,076.00 16707 DAKOTA FARM EQUIPMENT INC. $14.32 16708 DARREN BARANKO $446.46 16709 DICKINSON SCHOOL DIST $9,178.97 16710 ECONOFOODS $365.77 16711 ERIKA H(~EYMAN $150.00 16712 FARMERS~UNION SERVICE ASSOCIATION $1,311.00 16713 GEIGER'S LANDSCAPING & SPRINKLERS $1,719.91 16714 HIGH POINT NETWORKS $16,584.39 $3,473.92 $401.63 $498.10 $5o.00 $668.20 Belfield School District 16715 HM RECEIVABLES CO LLC 16716 IT SAVVY 16717 JOBS HQ 16718 JOHN MARTEN 16719 JULIE A. REIS 16720 KILLDEER SCHOOL DIST. SPECIAL MEETING, BOARD OF EDUCATION, BELFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT #13 June 18, 2014 6:00 p.m, $6,023.76 Library 16721 L B CONCRETE INC$7,700.00 (unofficial) 16722 LAURA ARMBRUST $41.44 16723 MARTIN'S WELDING$1,272.00 Meeting was called to order by 16724 MCGRAW HILL SCHOOL board president Ed Procive 6:00 p.m. PUBLISHING CO $1,284.89 Present: Delbert Kadrmas, Tony 16725 MENARDS Krebs, Dan Obrigewitch, Ed Procive, DICKINSON $140.30 Annette Steffan, Supt. Northrop, Bus. 16726 MGM RURAL Mgr. Berger, Legal counsel Amy Dekok SANITATION $194.00 Also present was Richard Volesky 16727 MIDWEST INVESTIGATION from the Billings County Pioneer. & SECURITY I $8,785.00 M/S Kadrmas/Obrigewitch to ap- 16728NDEA $51.23 prove the agenda, i6729 ND EDUCATORS Procive noted'the only item on the SERVICE COOP $156.00 agenda is to consider the suspension 16730 PAIGE BURIAN $741.98 and/or discharge for cause of Jeffrey 16731 PEARSON Lamprecht pursuant to N.D.C.C. 15.1- EDUCATION $242.55 15-07, 15.1-15-10 and 44-04-19.1. and 16732 PETER ODERMANN $98.80 that this item must be discussed in an 16733 BILLINGS COUNTY executive session. He also noted the PIONEER $22.72 executive session will be recorded and 16734 PRAIRIE LUMBER all members of the governing body are COMPANY $10,354.00 reminded to limit their discussion during 16735 RESERVATION the executive session to the announced TELEPHON E COOP $113.52 topic. Any collective decision, collective 16736 RESP $150.00 commitment, or other final action by the 16737 RUNNINGS governing body must occur after it re- SUPPLY INC $51.99 convenes in an open meeting. 16738 S & R INTERIORS $14,149.84 Richard Volesky asked for the legal 16739 SOUTHWEST authority again, Amy DeKok repeated BUSINESS MACHINES $466.78 the Century Code authority. 16740 SCHOOL Procive asked the members of the PRODUCTS & EQUIPMENTS382.17 public who are attending the meeting to 16741 SHERWIN WILLIAMS $686.00 leave the room. He anticipates ad- 16742 SOUTH HEART journing the executive session and re- SCHOOL DIST. $11,208.00 convening the open portion of the 16743 STACEY KESSEL$405.36 meeting within the hour. The executive 16744 STEIN'S INC. $3,963.38 session began at 6:04 and was at- 16745TAMMYSIMNIONIW $134.40 tended by the full school board, Supt. 16746 TOTAL SAFETY $94.14 Northrop, Bus. Mgr. Berger and Legal 16747 TRICORNE Counsel Dekok. AUDIO INC $14,459.44 The executive session ~as~ ad~,16748VILLAGE journed at 6:56. The public was invited BUSINESS INSTITUTE $990.00 to return to the meeting room and the 16749 WAL-MART meeting was now open. COMMUNITY t~170.64 Supt: Northrop gave his recommen- 16750 BC6 BUILDERS $1~91953.00 dation. 16751 DON HEISER M/S Steffan/Kadrmas to suspend ELECTRIC $466.55 Jeffery Lamprecht from his duties with- 16752 KXDI-FM $200.00 out pay immediately and dismissal pro- 16753 NORTHERN cedures begin as recommended byPLAINS RADIO $1,260.00 Supt. Northrop. Simnioniw provided the board with a 8oll call vote: K~]rmas-~es, Krebs letter from Consolidated regarding the - yes, Obrigewitch - yes, Procive- yes, terms and conditions for providing fiber Steffan - yes. optics to Prairie School. The meeting was adjourned the The board reviewed a preliminary meeting at 6:57 P.M. budget. Burian moved, Reis seconded, Edward Procive, Board President to request $700,000 in Bankhead Jones Alice Berger, Business Manager (LU) funds from the County Commis- (July 10) sion for the 2014-15 fiscal year. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. Billings County School The board will consider increasing the General Fund by the allowable 12% District or for the high school tuition levy in the amount needed for tuition payments to BILLINGS COUNTY SCHOOL school districts where Billings County DISTRICT #1 students attend high school. Unofficial Minutes of Special Kessel and Reis will attend the July Meeting 1 County Commission meeting to dis- June 25, 2014 cuss the LU funds request, a new bus turnaround location, and library serv- A special meeting of the Billings ices at Prairie School. That meeting is County School Board was called to scheduled for 9:15 a.m. order at 2:10 PM MT, Wednesday, June The meeting was adjourned at 3:50 25, 2014, at the DeMores School with PM. members Lynn Arthaud and Darren Darren Baranko, President Baranko in attendance via teleconfer- Tammy Simnioniw, Business Man- ence, and Brenda Burian, Stacey ager Kessel, Julie Reis, and Principal (July10) Soehren present on site. Also present for all or portions of the meeting were Billings County School Kimi Fisher, Karla Larson, and Jennifer Wetter District Jennifer Vetter submitted a request to be released from her teaching con- NOTICE OF CHANGE OF ANNUAL tract at Prairie School effective June 25, MEETING 2014. Burian moved, Baranko sec- Billings County School District onded, to release Vetter from her con- tract an wished her well in her new The Billings County School District position. Roll call vote was taken with will hold their annual meeting on Tues- all in favor. Burian moved, Arthaud sec- day, July 15, 2014, at 3:30 p.m. at the onded to assess Vetter $500 liquidated DeMores School in Medora. Anyone damages for release of contract. Pay- needing sp_ecial accommodations can merits can be made in installments if contact Tummy Simnioniw at 701-623- need be. Roll call vote was taken with 4363. all in favor. (July 10) Options for disposing of tree branches and other vegetative materi- als were discussed. The Belfield land- Golden Valleyt,.. ,.,.,vun,y fill charges $75 per load. Ken Commission Hutzenbiler will charge $37.50 per load to use his landfill and the maintenance BOARD OF COUNTY person lives nearby so it would be a COMMISSIONERS convenient location to use. Individual MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS board members would check Other op- JUNE 3, 2014 9:00 A.M. tions that may be cheaper and closer to the school. If no other options can be Chairman John Thompson -called found, then the board was in consensus the meeting to order. Commissioners to utilize Ken Hutzenbiler's disposal site Harley Steffen and Dave Quale were for the price quoted, present along with States Attorney Baranko left the meeting at this time. Chuck Peterson. Fiscal year end payments were pre- Commissioner Quale made a mo- sented to the board for review. Kessel tion to approve the May minutes and moved, Burian seconded, to approve Commissioner Steffen seconded the these payments. Roll call vote was motion. Motion carried. taken with all in favor. After reviewing the monthly bills, the 16684-16687 Board Pay $6,839.41 board decided to continue to wait with Direct Dep Leave Payouts $4,137.33 the payment to Hulsing until they finish 16688 VOID $0.00 up with some uncompleted work. All 16689 State of North Dakota $18.00 other bills were approved for payment. Elec. Deposit Payroll Taxes$2,048.40 Discussion was held regarding the 16690 ALERT SOLUTIONS INC $125.00 County Canvass Board for the June Pri- mary election. Commissioner Quale 16691 APPLE INC $10,080.00 made the motion to appoint Rachel 16692 BC6 BUILDERS VOID Keohane, Angelina Gonzalez, Myrna 16693BELFIELD Farstveet, Kenneth Thompson and AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY $42.87 Harley Steffen to the Board and Com- 16694 BELFIELD PLUMBING & missioner Steffen seconded. Motion Billings County Pioneer Page 5 carried. Commissioner Quale made a mo- tion to amend the General budget by $5000 due to an increase in actual tax- able payroll from 2013's estimate and Commissioner Thompson seconded. Motion carried. The Board reviewed the letter of confirmation for the 2015 SW District Health Maintenance Program agree- ment for the amount of $4800. Com- missioner Quale made a motion to sign the agreement and Commissioner Stef- fen seconded. Motion carried. Commissioner Steffen made a mo- tion to reappoint Kim VanHorn to the County School Reorganization Com- mittee for another 3 year term and Commissioner Quale seconded the mo- tion. Motion carried. Commissioner Quale made a mo- tion to adopt the following Resolution 2014-13 retro-active to signing on May 21, 2014 and Commissioner Steffen seconded. Motion carried. Resolution 2014-13 Bid Approval for Project BRO- 0017(014) WHEREAS, the bid in the amount of $439,762.41 from Edward H Schwartz Construction Inc. received in the bid opening of May 09, 2014 for Project BRO-0017(014) was the low bid re- ceived. WHEREAS, this bid is considered reasonable. NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Board of County Commissioners of GODEN VALLEY County will award to Edward H Schwartz Construction Inc. the contract for Project BRO-0017(014) and hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Board to sign said contract. It is further understood that the County shall reimburse the North Dakota Department of Transportation for any payments made under this con- tractl which are not collectible from the Federal Highway Administration. ATTEST: Tamra Sperry, County Auditor John E. Thompson, Chairman County Comm. This is to certify that the above res- olution was adopted and passed at a meeting of the Board of County Com- missioners at Golden Valley County on June 3, 2014 Tamra Sperry, County Auditor County Auditor, Tamra Sperry, pre- sented the Board with a fire and alarm testing agreement. The Board decided to table the decision to gather more in- formation on it and to visit with the Fire Department. Commissioner Steffen made a mo- tion to sign the Gaming Site Authoriza- tion for the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame, Inc. to be located at Home On The Range and Commissioner Thomp- son seconded. Motion carried. States Attorney, Chuck Peterson, presented the Board with information he gathered for the Quiet Title Lawsuit. The Board discussed with Chuck some questions and concerns. After discus- sion, the Board decided to table the de- cision of entering back into agreement. The Board will further review the infor- mation they received from Chuck. Ron Davidson met with the Board to discuss the funds that were awarded to Delhi Township on the current road proj- ect. Re then informed the Board how the money can be disbursed. Shirley Bentrup and Vicki Steier met with the Board to discuss the Vision West, ND Regional Plan. They dis- cussed the key points and informed the Board of the website to obtain any in- formation they may need. Deb Wal- worth joined the meeting to inform the Board on the status of the Wellness Center. Zoning Director, Henry Gerving brought to the Board the recommenda- tions the Zoning Board approved at the May 19th meeting. Commissioner Quale made a motion to approve Tyler Maus' request for a setback variance. The current minimum setback require- ment is 150', and the request is to em- place a home and garage at 115' from the section line. He plans to place a new home and garage with 35' of the NWI/4 of Section 30-137-104 and to approve Noll-=Construction's request for a Conditional'Use Permit to establish a new scoria pit located in SEC 24-138- 104 and Commissioner Steffen sec- onded. Motion carried. Gerving also informed the Board that a request on the unfinished busi- ness regarding Marman Earth Con- struction, LLC's request for a Conditional use Permit for the SEl/4 of Section 26-141-105 for a new scoria pit be withdrawn. Ryan Elkin with Spirit Life Line and Ambulance members, Alan Muckle, Kelly Mahlum, Roy Klym and Kitty Knapkewicz along with DES director, Brenda Frieze met with the Board to discuss the benefits of joining the agreement with Spirit Life Line and Golden Valley County. Commissioner Steffen made a motion to approve to join in a complete agreement costing $27471.00 annually and Commissioner Thompson seconded. Motion carried. 1:00 P.M. was the advertised time for the unorganized townships within the county and the annual County Equalization Meeting. Tax Director, Henry Gerving reviewed changes with the Board since the 2013 taxes. The Board met as the Unorganized Township Board. There will be a 12% increase for agricultural property and accepted Vanguard's re-assessment values for all residential and commer- cial properties for 2014 in order to be in tolerance with the State values. Com- missioner Quale made a motion that a finding be made that all classifications of property have been reviewed and find them proper as assessed or cor- rected as noted in the minutes and Commissioner Steffen seconded the motion. Motion carried. Commissioner Steffen made a motion that a finding be made that all Exemption Applications and Homestead Credit Applications have been reviewed and find them proper as presented or corrected and Commissioner Quale seconded the mo- tion. Motion carried. Commissioner Thompson made a motion that a find- ing be made that the overall Assess- ment Roll for the Unorganized Townships for 2014 has been reviewed and found properly assessed and Com- missioner Steffen seconded the motion. Motion carried. Commissioner Quale made a motion that based on the pre- ceding findings, the Board declare the Assessment Roll for 2014 for the Unor- ganized Townships equalized and Commissioner Thompson seconded the motion. Motion carried. The Board adjourned as the Unorganized Town- ship Board at 1:30 P.M. The Board met as the County Equal- ization Board. Various changes to the townships and cities were reviewed by the Board. There will be a12% in- crease for agricultural property and the board accepted Vanguard's re-assess- ment values for all residential and com- mercial properties within the county for 2014 in order to be in tolerance with the State values. The floor was then opened for the public hearing; Tim Mar- man approached the Board and dis- cussed his questions and concerns he has with Vanguard's appraisal and how it will affect future sales of houses. Maria Marman then approached the Board about her concerns and the wrong address that was on her notice. Gene Hamilton was also present for the discussion. The Commissioners then reviewed the City of Beach Equalization findings Commissioner Quale made a mo- tion that a finding be made that all clas- sifications of property in the city of Beach have been reviewed and find them proper as assessed or corrected as noted in the minutes, over riding the City Board of Equalization, finding that the assessment was not proper or cor- rected as noted in the minutes and Commissioner Steffen seconded the motion, motion carried. Commissioner Steffen made a motion that a finding be made that they reviewed all Exemptions and find them proper as presented or corrected as noted in the minutes and Commissioner Thompson seconded the motion. Motion carried. Commis- sioner Thompson made a motion that a finding be made that the overall as- sessment roll for the City of Beach for 2014 has been reviewed and find it proper as assessed or corrected as noted in the minutes, over riding the City Board of Equalization finding that the assessment was not proper as as- sessed or corrected as noted in the minutes and Commissioner Quale sec- onded the motion. Motion carried. Commissioner Steffen made a motion based on the preceding findings we de- clare the Assessment Roll for 2014 for the City of Beach Equalized, over riding the City Board of Equalization finding that the assessment was not proper as assessed or corrected as noted in the minutes and Commissioner Quale sec- onded. Motion carried. Commissioner Steffen made a motion that a finding be made that all classifications of property have been reviewed and found properly assessed with a 12% increase for agri- cultural property and accepted Van- guard's re-assessment values for all residential and commercial properties for 2014 and Commissioner Quale sec- onded the motion. Motion carried. Commissioner Quale made a motion that a finding be made that the Board reviewed all Exemption Applications, in- cluding Veteran's Exemptions and Homestead Credit Applications and ap- proved an additional Homestead Credit and an additional Farm Home Exemp- tion and found them proper and Com- missioner Steffen seconded the motion. Motion carried. Commissioner Quale made a motion that a finding be made that the overall Assessment Roll for Golden Valley County of 2014 has been reviewed and found properly assessed and Commissioner Thompson sec- onded the motion. Motion carried. Commissioner Steffen made a motion that based on the preceding findings, the Board declare the Assessment Roll for 2014 for Golden Valley County equalized and Commissioner Quale seconded the motion. Motion carried. The Board adjourned as the County Equalization Board at 3:05 P.M. Tax Director, Henry Gerving then presented the Board with the following changes to Farm Home Exemption for 2015. Active Farmer Category A residence situated on a farm and occupied by a farmer is not exempt if the farmer and spouse had non-farm in- come exceeding $40,000 in each of the three preceding calendar years. This provision does not apply to a reti/ed farmer, Oellinnin~'Parmer, or surviving spouse of a farmer. Retired Farmer Category A retired farmer is an individual who quit farming because of illness or age and has not merely changed occupa- tions. The local assessment officials have the responsibility to deter mine whether a farmer retired because of ill- ness or age. Further defined in Golden Valley County; as over the age of 65 un- less illness or injury are an issue Vacant Farm Category A vacant farm residence or building located on agricultural land is exempt, provided it was exempt as part of a farm plant or as a farm residence when it was last used. A vacant farm residence or building which was taxable because of a non-qualifying use should remain taxable until its active use has changed. Further defined in the Golden Valley County; as not occupied by an inhabi- tant for more than 4 weeks (28 days) in a calendar Road Foreman, Pete Wirtzfeld, met with the Board to discuss a bill from Noll Construction for some binding done to the state line road. Commissioner Thompson made a motion to pay 1/2 of Noll Construction bill totaling $767.50 and Commissioner Steffen seconded. Motion carried. Discussion was held on road spraying. Jeremy Wood was pres- ent to discuss the update on the Bell Lake Pi'oject. Tim Kelly from KLJ also met with the Board to discuss current road projects. Commissioner Quale made a motion to sign the Construction Engineering Services Agreement for the BRO-0017(014) Streitz Bridge Proj- ect and Commissioner Steffen sec- onded. Motion carried. Chairman Thompson declared the meeting adjourned at 4:30 P.M. The following vouchers were au- dited and approved for the~nonth of June: 69005 Blue Cross Blue Shield 14940.30 69006-69019 Social Services Disb. 6864.21 1001-1010 Social Services Disb. 675.25 1011 Airmedcare Network 27491.00 1012-1013 County Agent Disb. 52.22 1014 Rohan Hardware 95.97 1015 Jime Groll 5.00 1016 SW Business 937.38 1017 Beach Pharmacy 3.38 1018 Boss 386.15 1019 Chief/Law Enforce. 11.72 1020 Digital Ally 300.00 1021 VOID 1022 ES&S 3351.92 1023 Flags USA Inc. 147.00 1024 Brenda Frieze 44.80 1025 Glendive Greenhouse 118.00 1026 GV County States Attorney 1775.00 1027 Golden Valley News 255.60 1028 ITD 517.85 1029 Kiesler's Police Supply, Inc. 236.00 1030 Matthew Bender & Co., Inc. 268.74 1031 MC&E/Election Source 23.60 1032 Melby Law Office195.00 1033 Alan Miller 57.56 1034 Municipal Govt. Academy 15.00 1035 Nat'l. Sheriffs' Assoc. 54.00 1036 ND Assoc. of Counties 20.00 1037 ND Sheriffs and Dep. Assoc 50.00 1038 Pitney Bowes 453.60 1039 Prairie Lumber Company 44.80 1040 Rough Rider Industries 9586.00 1041 Jack Schneider 50.00 1042 Daniel Skoglund 75.00 1043 Scott Steele 67.20 1044 Dion Steinley 257.45 1045 SEMCCC 505.00 1046 Tab Electronics 170.00 1047 3D Specialties Inc. 61.00 1048 Colonial Research 412.08 1049 CRA Payment Center 39.68 1050 GV Weed Board 4480.85 1051 John Deer Financial 180.57 1052 Lawson Products, Inc. 523.87 1053 Napa Auto Parts 10.59 1054 NW Tire Inc. 5036.12 1055 VOID 1056 Pump Systems 166.91 1057 Texas Refinery Corp. 342.90 1058 West Dakota Truck Rep. 465.83 1059 Berger Electric Inc. 5017.08 1060 Powerplan 4279.31 1061 Noll Construction 767.50 1062-1069 Collections Submitted 4541.14 1070 ND POST Board 45.00 1071 ND State Treasurer 39.27 1072 NDACo 305.25 1073 Brenda Frieze 287.17 1074 City of Beach 2249.21 1075-1079 Election Workers 992.00 1080-1081 Weed Board Disb. 268.00 1082 Washington National Ins 33.96 1083 City of Beach ........ 308.89 1084 MDU ~ 2072.41 1085 Midstate Comm. 1226,60 1086-1088 Weed Board Disb.1609.58 1089 VOID 1090-1096 Library Disb. 1163.80 1097 Kyle BaRley 85.00 1098-10~J9 Canvass Board 24.00 1100 GV County 9314.34 1101 VOID 1102 GV County 11292.0~ 1103 GV County Treasurer 1094.00~ 1104 GV County Treasurer 6188.42 1105 GV County 238~.51 1106 GV County 4425.63 1107 GV County 9314.34 1108 Reservation Telephone 41.00 1109 Wage Withholding Order 818.00 1110 DS Solutions Inc. 138.00 1111-1118 GV County Employees 2986.16 1119 Job Service of ND 609.73 1120 Cenex Fleetcard 1712.33 1121 Office of Attorney General155.00 1122 Brenda Frieze 269.11 1123-1124 NDSU Ext. Disb. 124.t2 1125-1129 BLM Mineral Disb. 50000.00 1130 Maurice Hardy 81.42 1131 ND Insurance Dept. 30.00 1132 VOID 1133 Aflac 288.00 1134 ND State Tax Commis 3047.00 14427-14487 GV County Employees payroll 95014.30 Debit Card First State Bank 12.00 ATTEST: Tamra Sperry, County Auditor John E. "Thompson, Chairman, County Comm. (July 10) Beach High School Honor Roll Fourth quarter: ****SENIORS**** ........ ***Highest Honors*** Lexi Nistler Marshall Nunberg Paige Rising Melissa Schatz Bailey Waldal Anathony Weinreis ***High Honors*** Jonah Stockert Nolan Zook Chantel Fulton Hailee Farstveet Megan Benes TandIa Stedman Greyson Stedman Jaleasa Dahlen Cydni-Stedman Karissa VanHorn ***Honors*** Brenna Stockwell Tyler Steffen Jacob Stoveland ****JUNIORS**** ***Highest Honors*** Channa Clarin ***High Honors*** Jacob Hildebrant Bianca Shopteau Kirby Maus Troy Steele Coy Obrigewitch Lateasha Lechler ***Honors*** James Huff Alexys Partridge Ashlynn Dietz Hunter Weinreis ****SOPHOMORES**** ***Highest Honors*** Scott Lurid ***High Honors*** Haley Steffen Bailey Weninger Abel Muruato Ashley Ueckert ............... ***Honors*** .... Samuel Stoveland Baili Nielsen Lucas Nistler Nicole Radermacher Penja Lawuya Alexandra Sorenson Brooklynn Zachmann ****FRESHMAN**** *** *** Highest Honors ***High Honors*** Makensie Mattern Raymond Wegner Kobi Allen ***Honors*** Christopher Hesbol Matthew Hildebrant Kaylee Mclntrye ****EIGHTH**** ***Highest Honors*** Breena Davidson Cole Erickson Abigail Wilhelmi ***High Honors*** Jenna Helsper Taryn Hoffer Courtney Lurid ***Honors*** Madison Stockwell Cassidy Mclntyre Curie Loftsgard Robert Stedman McKenzie Volk Johnathan~Summers Rebeka Padilla Juliet Thomas ****SEVENTH**** ***Highest Honors*** *** *** High Honors Logan Sime Jared Wojahn Brandon Schulte Sydnee Steele Madison Zimdars .............. ***Honors**.* Riley Frieze Please support your local merchants 4,310 Acres of Prime River Front Property For Sale in Gregory County, SD This is the opportunity of a lifetime to own property adjoining the Missouri River! Located 13 Mile North of Bonesteel, SD near the Whetstone Bay Recreation Area. Included is a working gravel pit, 215 acres available for irrigation, and a working cattle ranch. For more info contact: Jack Gunvordahl Broker at (605)77~2531 South Dakota Real Estate PO Box 352- Burke SD 57523-0352 Chili Cook-Off Friday, July 11 5 p.m. Golva Bar Live band at 8:30 p.m.! Bike Run/Poker Run Saturday, July 12 Starts at 9 a.m. Meet at Beach Tourist Center Parade at 5 p.m. Line up at 4 Pot luck supper at 6 p.m. Kids games and street dance Fireworks at 10 p.m.