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Page 4 July 29, 2010 I:, 24654,ALTERNATIVE School. He discussed tuitioned stu- NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF REDEMPTION ------- SANITATION, 250.00 dents, new graduation requirements, 24655,AT & T, 168.47 playground vandalism, new play- I, Cecilia Stedman, County Auditor of Golden Valley County, North Dakota, give notice that the real eSt~e hereinafter 24656,B&K ELECTRIC, 195.00 ground equipment, bus routes and the described has a lien for delinquent taxes against it for the years 2005, 2006 and 2007 and un ess the tax and special 24657,BEACH Bully and Harassment seminar being assessments, with interest, penalties, and cost of foreclosure action are paid on or before October first', after the date of HIGH SCHOOL, 2,058.00 attended by Vickie Johnson. He noted this notice, tax deeds will be issued to the county, granting to and vesting in it, the absolute title in fee to the real property, 24658,BELFIELD that the election had been completed subject, however, to the lien for installments of special assessments certified or to be certified to the county auditor Or which AUTOMOTIVE SUPPL~ 31.63 in cooperation with the county, may become due subsequent to the time of service of this notice, and foreclosing all rights of the owner, mortgd.~ees, lien 24659,BILLINGS COUNI"Y The board wanted to note their holders, and other persons interested therein, as may appear from the records of the recorder and clerk of the district court SCHOOL DISTRICT, 5532.30 appreciation to those involved in the of the county. There is given herewith the description of the parcels or real estate, and set opposite each description iS ~i 24660,BISMARCK SCHOOL, 471.08 playground improvements. They feel the amount which will be required to satisfy the tax lien for the years 2005, 2006 and 2007. 24661 ,BISMARCK this has greatly enhanced the school TRIBUNE, THE,20.60 environment. Notice to Creditors Probate No. 10P18 State of North Dakota, in District Court, Southwest Judicial District, County of Golden Valley: In the Matter of the Estate of Lillian Palmer Widdes. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned have been appointed Co- Personal Representatives of the above estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within three months after the date of the first publication of this notice or claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Maegan Faith Widdes and/or Winston Zachary Widdes. Co- Personal Representatives of the Estate, or filed with the Court. Dated this 17th day of June 2010 Maegan Faith Widdes 3549 Sawtelle Blvd. #G Los Angeles. CA 90066 Winston Zachary Widdes 3614 Budd St., San Diego, CA 92111 Charles J. Peterson, Attorney #04009 Mackoff Kellogg Law Firm 38 Second Ave East Dickinson, ND 58601 Attorneys for Co-Representatives (July 15, 22 and 29) Notice Notice to creditors Probate No. 10P07 State of North Dakota County of Billings In District Court Southwest Judicial District In the Matter of the Estate of Pat O'Brien, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned have been appointed Personal Representatives of the above estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within three months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Darnell O'Brien, Laureen Barnhart and John Ewoniuk, Personal Representatives of the estate, at 137 First Avenue West, Dickinson, North Dakota, or filed with the court. Michael J. Maus Hardy, Maus & Nordsven, P.C. P.O. Box 570 Dickinson, ND 58602-0570 Attorneys for Personal Representatives Dated this 16th day of June, 2010. (July 15, 22 and 29) Hearing Notice BILLINGS COUNTY NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING SOUTHWESTERN DISTRICT HEALTH UNIT BUDGET A hearing to obtain public com- ment/in put for the Southwestern District Health Unit budget for the year 2011 will be held August 3, 2010 at 9:30 A.M. MDT in the meeting room in the Billings County Courthouse in Medora. Dated at Medora. ND this 6th day of July, 2010 by Order of the Billings County Commissioners. Joan Jurgens Billings County Auditor/Treasurer (July 22 and 29) Belfield Public School REGULAR MEETING, BOARD OF EDUCATION, BELFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT #13 June 8, 2010 SCHOOL LIBRARY President Procive called the meet- ing to order at 7:30 p.m. Present: Tim Ebert, Delbert Kadrmas, Anthony Krebs (7:33), Ernie Buckman, Ed Procive, Supt. Remington, Bus. Mgr. Berger., Elem. Prin. Lorge. M/S Kadrmas/Buckman to approve the minutes of the May 13, 2010, school board meeting. Motion carried unanimously. M/S Ebert/Kadrmas to approve the agenda. Motion carried unanimously. " Supt. Remington noted that there are problems with the new roof repairs. There has been some leak- age. He has been in contact with the contractor. Prin. Lorge noted that 20 students were attending Title I summer school, that she would be attending a school improvement workshop with Elaine Johnson, and the she was in the process of updating the faculty hand- book. Bus. Mgr. Berger gave the board financial reports for May 2010. She noted that the Activity Fund sports accounts were in the negative. M/S Krebs/Ebert to transfer $10,562.10 from the General Fund to the Activity Fund to clear sports accounts. Motion carried unanimously. She requested a transfer of money from general fund to the food service fund, which has a negative balance. M/S Kadrmas/Buckman to transfer $22,000 from the general fund to the food serv- ice fund. Motion carried unanimously. Student membership reports were pre- sented for review and approval. M/S Krebs/Kadrmas to approve the 2009- 10 student membership reports. Motion carried unanimously. Transportation reports were presented for review and approval. M/S Krebs/Ebert to approve the 2009-10 transportation reports. Motion carried unanimously. The following bills were approved for payment: 24653,ACTIVITY FUND BHS, 86.50 24662,CASS CLAY CREAMERY, INC, 395.27 24663,CLASSIC CARS OF MONTANA, 57,90 24664,CREATIVE ENERGY, 867.10 24665,DAKOTA FARM EQUIPMENT, 51.91 24666,DAN'S SUPERMARKET 229.22 24667,DICKINSON NEWSPAPERS INC., 181.00 24668,DICKINSON PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 1329.85 24669,ESP COMPUTERS & SOFTWARE, 120.00 24670, FARGO PUBLIC SCHOOL. 2,303.00 24671 ,GEIGER, ALAN, 111.00 24672,BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, 287.31 24673,HOBART SALES & SERVICE, 477.00 24674, INTERSTATE BRANDS, 217.65 24675,JACOBSEN MUSIC, 44.80 24676,JW PEPPER & SON INC, 59,97 24677,KESSEL, JAYLEEN, 22.00 24678,KEVIN'S AUTO & TRUCK REPAIR, 1209.76 24679,KID ACADEMY, 130.00 24680,MENARDS, 700.35 24681 ,MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES, 3,312.05 24682,NDEA, 10.00 24683,NEWBY'S ACE HARDWARE, 185.20 24684 ,PRAXAIR, 51.84 24685,QUILL CORPORATION, 266.38 24686,REMINGTON, DARREL, 340.00 24687,ROLLER, JOLYNN, 22.00 24688,RUNNINGS SUPPLY INC, 25.74 24689,SHIFFLER EQUIPMENT S~,LES, INC, 283.77 24690,SOLBERG, LUANN, 22.00 24691 ,SOUTHWEST BUSINESS MACHINES, 211.98 24692,STAMP FULFILLMENT SERVICE, 1068.60 24693,US FOODSERVICE, Inc, 1429.81 24694,VANDERESCH, IVAN, 350.00 24695,VIKING GLASS OF ND,289.01 24696,WEST DAKOTA PARENT & FAMILY RESOURCE CEN, 250.00 24697;WEST RIVER STUDENT SERVICES, 14,768.56 24698,WESTERN FENCE, 1 193.00 24699,KLEMM'S CARPET, 3,881.99 24729,ACTIVITY FUND BHS, 10,562.10 24730,BELFIELD PLUMBING & HTG., 63.50 24731 ,CAPITAL ONE, 164.31 24732. EDUCATION STANDARDS AND PRACTICES BOARD, 125.O0 24733,GEIGER, ALAN, 115.00 24734,HOBART SALES & SERVICE, 789.89 24735,INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT, 208.00 24736,MINOT RESTAURANT SUPPLY COMPANY, 6,660.26 24737,POOL, CRAIG, 125.00 24738,QWEST, 339.35 24739,SHERWIN-WILLIAMS, 697.04 24740,SOUTHWEST BUSINESS MACHINES ,218.92 24741 ,TOM'S SERVICE STATION, 152.50 24742,WAL-MART STORE #1567, 100.87 STODENT ACTIVITY 5961 ,BINSTOCK, LAUREL, 29.75 5962,BUFFALO GAP, INC, 70.50 5963,COCA-COLA BOTTLING,229.91 5964,DAN'S SUPERMARKET,468.75 5965,FOUR SEASONS TROPHIES, 359.80 5966,GERRELLS AND COMPANY, 263.50 5967,HOLIDAY INN OF FARGO, 179.90 5968,HOSELTON, CATHERINE, 20.00 5969,KLYM, ROGER, 89.33 5970,KRANKS LANDSCAPING, 800.00 5971,LAKE METIGOSHE OUTDOOR LEARNING CENTER, 480.00 5972,LI'I-I'LE CAESARS PIZZA KITS, 1,626.00 5973,LOGO MAGIC, 98.00 5974,LORGE, LOUlS-~, 192.27 5975,ND FFA, 60.00 5976,NIGHT RIDE LUXURIES,315.00 5977,POOL CRAIG, 150.00 5978,RICHARDTON -TAYLOR SCHOOL, 166,65 5979,RUNNINGS SUPPLY INC 41.89 5980,STEFFAN SAW & BIKE, 1,419.99 5981 ,TAYLOR NURSERY, 1,094.00 5982,TESSIER, LILLIE, 22.86 5983,TOOLEY, RHONDA, 43.31 5984,CAPITAL ONE, 127.69 Supt. Remington report noted that the football field had been hydro-seed- ed and bus repairs have been com- pleted. He presented an Intent of Participation with RESP. M/S Ebert/Kadrmas to approve the Intent of Participation with RESP. Motion carried unanimously. He also present- ed a thank you letter from Washburn ices Mowing, raking, tilling and more! Call Jason Lowman 701-872-4793 or 218-O005 Procive reviewed RACTC commit- Dave Knappe, Lots 3 & 4 of Block 8, Hunter's 1st, 2,407.64 tee meeting. Remington reviewed RESP committee meeting. M/S Kadrmas/Buckman to approve payment of the bills. Motion carried unanimously. The lunch fund was discussed. M/S Kadrmas/Krebs to raise grades K- 3 lunches to $1.90, grades 4-12 lunch- es to $2.25 and adult lunches to $2.90. Motion carried unanimously. M/S Krebs/Ebert to approve a no- charge tuition agreement with South H~art for Jostin McDowell Motion car- ried unanimously. Supt. Remington discussed the 2010-11 budget and noted he would have the budget ready for approval at the July board meeting. M/S Buckman/Kadrmas to approve the 2010-11 board-meeting schedule as presented. Motion carried unani- mously. Discussion was held on the sports coop. The next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, July 15, 2010, 7:00 pm, Meeting adjourned at 9:08 p.m. Respectfu Ily submitted Alice Berger, Business Manager Edward Procive. Board President (July 29) Notice 255 3rd Ave NE, City of Beach, Kathy Ferderer, E 49' of lot 5 All of tot 6 of Block 9 Hunter's 2nd, 402.96 338 3rd ST SE, City of Beach, Mary Gange, Lots 5 & 6 of Block 2 Mikkelson's 1st, 921.63 489 1st Ave SW, City of Beach, Beverly Kay Lot 2 of Block 9 Hunter's 4th 1108.96 528 1st Ave SE City of Beach Robert Schmitz Estate SV2 of Lot 8 All of Lot 9 in Block 7 Hunter's 1st 1061.39 260 1st Ave NE City of Beach Ligia Cubera N 1/2 of Lot 3, All of Lot 4, S V2 of Lot 5 BIk 9705.67 2nd Ave NW City of Beach Woodhull's 1st Ligia Cubera Lot 1 of Block 8 Hunter's 4th 252.55 414 1st Ave SE City of-Beach James Giggey ETUX Lots 1-14 of Block 4 Hunter's 1st 1195.14 Central Ave N Cityof Beach AW Properties Lots 4-7 of Block 4 Near's Ist 2109.69 179 2nd Ave NW City of Beach Kim Ueckert Lots 3 & 4 of Block 3 Richard's 1st 1411.47 Central Ave N City of Beach Marjorie Hoisington Estate Lots 1 & 2 of Bl~ck 10 Hunter's 5th 120.89 511 5th ST SE City of Beach Tyler Wilson Lots 11 & 12 of Block 10 Hunter's 5th 92.99 5th ST SE City of Beach Belfield Public School Clark Beach N 10' of lot 10 All Lot 11 of Block 6 Original Beach 44.79 2010-2011 Teacher Contracts 131 2nd Ave SE City of Beach Anheluk, Jackolene $41,650 Baer, Mary $40,500, Annual $1,875, 10th gd adv. $375, Acalympics $562.50 Bechtold, Michelle $38,000 Binstock, Laurel $43,150 Dorval, Paulette $41,650, extended contract $2,314, Drama $275, FCCLA $1250 Duttenhefer, Roberta $41,650, 11th gd. Adv. 406.25 Franklin, Jean $41,650 Geiger, Alan$33,500, extended con- tract $5,583, FFA $1,250 Hendrickson, Dave $35,000, V. FB. $3,125 Hoselton, Catie $32,500, Ex-curricular music $1,875, 11th gd. Adv. $406.25 Johnson, Elaine $30, 400, School Improvement $220 Johnson, Francis $43, 150 Kessel, Kelli $30, 500 Klym, Roger $41,150, Science Club $562.50 Kubischta, Judy $43,150 Marmon, Kayleen $39,000 McDowell, Randy $31,500, Senior Adv. $460, Paper Adv. 603.75, School Improvement $220 Meschke. I 'inda $41.000 ~Olheiser, Rena $32,500 !Piotrowski, LaRae $41,650 Pool, Craig $41,000. V. VB $3,125, :Drama $275 (July 29) Randall Dietz Lots 11 & 12 less W 30' of Block 12 Hunter's 5th 302 6th Ave SE 'City of Beach Sheila Stedman Lots 3 & 4 of Block 1 Near's 1st 222 3rd ST SW City of Beach Sheila Stedman Lots 9 & 10 of Block 13 Near's 1st 3rd Ave SW City of Beach Sheila Thompson Lot 4 & N 25' of Lot 5 of Block 9 Hunter's 5th 552 4th Ave SE City of Beach Sheila Thompson Lot 1 of Block 4 Hunter's 3rd 275 4th Ave NE City of Beach Daniel Walz ETUXLots 1, 2 & 3 of Block 10 Woodhull's 1st 202 8th ST NW City of Beach Dora Lu Wilson Lots 13 & 14 of Block 10 Hunter's 5th 519 5th ST SE City of Beach Kathy Ferderer Lots 10, 11 & 12 Less W 37' of Block 24 West ST. Original City of Golva Kenneth Haveman ETUX Lots 19-24 of Block 2 Gass Vetch 1st 402 Gass ST City of Golva Robert Lasater Lots 3,4 & 5 of Block 4 Robinson's 1st 71 Court ST City of Sentinel Butte Wayne Koppinger Lots 11 & 12 of Block 8 Original Front ST City of Sentinel Butte 1539.10 326.35 223.77 1430.16 203.31 987.08 712.11 558.57 105.50 Les Ferderer SE1/4SE1/4NE1/4 of Section 12-141-105 704.10 Saddle Butte Twp. 332.11 88.68 Vacancy Announcement John Kouba NE1/4 of Section 31-137-104 2294.99 Bullion Twp. Board Vacancy Announcement The Billings County School Board has declared a vacancy in the position of board member representing director 'district 5. Director district 5 is com- prised of townships 144-98. 144-99, .144-100. 144-101, 144-102, 143-101, 143-102, 142-101, 142-102, 141-101, and 141-102. The vacancy will be filled by board appointment until the annual school election in June, 2010. Residents of director district 5 of Steve Szudera ETUX SWl/4 of Sectiotl 35-140-106 2266.16 Beach Civil Twp. Jeff Finneman ETAL NWl/4 of Section 15-137-105 345.21 Lone Tree Twp. Kenneth Johnson All Section 31-144-105 1132.52 Henry Twp. Kenneth Johnson All Section 29-144-105 1648.31 Henry Twp. Kenneth Johnson All Section 7-143-105 1002.20 Billings County School District who Henry Twp. i~ ',would be interested in assuming this "~' 1 board position are encouraged to Kenneth Johnson Wl/2NWll4,SElf4SW1/4,SEll4,SWll4NEll4 998.53 ~ apply. Application forms are available Section 32-144-105 Henry Twp. , ~ on the District's web site at www.billingscounty.k12.nd.us or may Kenneth Johnson All Section 6-143-105 980.17 :~ ,be requested by calling 701-623-4363. Applications will be accepted from July 29, 2010, until 4:00 PM. MT, Monday, 'August 16, 2010. Mail applications to Bil ings County Schoo Dist., Box 307, Medora, ND 58645 or email to dar- ;lene.mitchell @sendit.nodak.edu. Anyone needing special accommo- dations for the application process .may make arrangements by contact- ing the District Office at 623-4363 or 1 - 800-366-6888 TTY, 6889-Voice. (July 29) Henry Twp. Kenneth Johnson All Section 5-143-105 Henry Twp. Kenneth Johnson $1/2 of Section 35-144-103 Unorganized Twp. Randall Popiet SWl/4 of Section 23-138-105 Lone Tree Twl~. Given pursuant to authority of law this 22nd day of July, Cecilia Stedman Auditor, Golden Valley County 2010. (July 29) 1259.18 353.90 189.21 ABBREVIATED NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT, AMEND, NEW OR REPEAL ADMINISTRATIVE RULES rela(Jng to Nurse Licensure and Educalk North Dakota Board of Nursing will hold a public hearing to address p~.sed changes to the N.D. Admin. ND Board of Nursing Board Room 919 South 7th Street Suite 504 Bismarck, ND 58504 Tuesday, August 24, 2010 1:30 p.m. CT The proposed rules may be reviewed at the office of the North Dakota Board of Nursing, 919 S. 7th St., Suite 504, Bismarck ND 58504-5881, A copy of the proposed mlas may be requeated by ~ the above address or calling (701) 328-9777. The proposed rules will be available on the ND Boed of Numing Website at www.ndbon.org. Written or oral comments on the proposed rules sent to the above eddress or the contact us section of the web,site and received by September 7, 2010, the date the comment period doses, will be fully considered. If YOgi plan to attend the public hearing and need special facilities or assistance relating to a disability, please contact the Nodh Dakota Board of Nursing at the above phone number or address at least one week prior to the public headng. Dated this 16th day of July 2010. C, or~tance B. Kalanek, RN Executive Director i % ~9 , 4 t ! = 4 -t =l I ~f