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January 5, 2012 Page 5 Notice NOTICE OF REDISTRICTING AND POLITICAL PARTY REORGANIZATION GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY Following each decennial census, legislative districts must be redrawn pursuant to North Dakota law. To fulfill this requirement, the 62nd Legislative Assembly convened in Special Session on November 7, 2011, to establish new legislative districts. The legislative approved and the Governor signed House Bill 1473 establishing the new legislative districts, effective November 25, 2011. As required by Section 16.1-03-17 of the North Dakota Century Code, the governing bodies of the counties and cities then determined the boundaries of voting precincts within the new leg- islative districts. In addition, the law requires the respective district political parties within the new legislative dis- trict to reorganize, .  .... ...... T,e fRfio,wJn is the leg, dscrip- t on of the"ew Tegislati6 d strict vith- in Golden Valley County and the date, time and location of the reorganization meeting of the respective district polit- ical parties within the new legislative district. LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT #39 DISTRICT 39 consists of all of Adams County, Billings County, Bowman County, Golden Valley Notice to Creditors Michael J. Maus Maus & Nordsven, P.C. 137 1st Avenue West, P.O. Box 570 Probate No. 2011-PR-24 Dickinson, ND 58602 Telephone No. 701-483-4500 State of North Dakota in District Court County of Billings Southwest Judicial District In the Matter of the Estate of Arnold E. Dutchak, Deceased Notice to Creditors Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative 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 Clem Dutchak, Personal Representative of the estate, at 137 First Avenue West, Dickinson, North Dakota, or filed with the Court. Dated this 21st day of December, 2011. Clem Dutchak Personal Representative (January 5, 12 & 19) 1 Farm Credit Services of Mandan  www.farmcreditmandan.com Driver's Bio This Week's Racing News Meeting Notice NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING CHANGE The regular January meeting of the Billings County School Board has been changed to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, January 18, 2012. The meeting will be held in the music room of the DeMores School in Medora. Anyone needing special accommo- dations to attend the meetings may make arrangements by contacting the District Office at 623-4363 or 1-800- 366-6888 TTY, 6889-Voice (January 5) Racing Trivia Racing History Put Your Money . Where Your House I$1 local inopent ,,'l strenilti our txnesses are   comrauq your bost vaue  and out economy Retreat set for J00,n. 20-22 Retrouvaille, a Christian peer ministry program for couples in hurting marriages, will be holding a Retrouvaille Weekend in Bismarck, Jan. 20-22. The Retrouvaille program con- sists of a weekend experience and a series of After Care sessions offered within the three months following the weekend phase. The Diocese of Bismarck, Office of Family Ministry, will sponsor the national Retrouvaille Weekend with ongoing aftercare support in Bismarck. The goals of the Retrouvaille weekend are to promote personal and couple, healing; provide an environment for spiritual owth: create an empowering environment; teach the technique of dialogue; affirm the couples and help build their confidence; and help couples to incorporate the values of Retrouvaille into their married rela- tionship. For information on this weekend call Joyce at Office of Family Ministry, (701) 222-3035 or toll free 1-877-405-7435. Registration is limited and only accepted through an interview process which is strictly confidential. This pro- gram is open to any married couple regardless of faith affiliation. County, and Slope County; that part of Dunn County bound by a line com- mencing at the intersection of the Fort Berthold reservation boundary and the north boundary of Dunn County, then south on the reservation boundary until its intersection with the centerline of the Little Missouri River, then south and east on the centerline of the Little Missouri River until its intersection with the west boundary of Township 147- 94, then south on the west boundary of Townships 147-94, 146-94 and 145-94 until the intersection of the west boundary of Township 145-94 and the centerline of state highway 200, then west on state highway 200 until its intersecti()n with the Dunn County boundary, then north and east to the point of beginning; and all of McKenzie County except that portion contained in District 4. District #39 Democratic-NPL Party Precinct Reorganization Meeting February 12, 2012, 2:00 P.M. at the American Trust Center, 1151 3rd Ave. West, Dickinson, ND '5lst;ct "#39 RepubliCan";Pa'rty Precinct Reorganization Meeting January 20, 2012 at 7:00 P.M. at the Adams County Courthouse, 602 Adams Ave., Hettinger, ND 58639 Cecilia Stedman, Golden Valley County Auditor (January 5) PSC levees maximum fine The North Dakota Public Service Commission says it is send- ing a strong message to excavators that fail to utilize the 811 "Call Before you Dig" service. At a recent meeting, the PSC approved a $5,000 fine, which is the first time the maximum statutory fine has been assessed. Commissioner Brian P. Kalk said, "It's very simple, no matter who you are, no matter where you are at, you should call 811 before you dig. Why someone would jeop- ardize their life or risk damaging critical services such as telephone, electricity, or natural gas lines is a mystery to me. North Dakota law requires any- one digging below 12 inches to uti- lize "One Call." However, it's a good idea for everyone involved in digging to utilize this service." North Dakota has seen an increase in underground digging in all parts of the state, with the most dramatic growth in the Northwest where oil and gas recovery is lead- ing a construction boom. "If a corn- pany is digging into the ground, the first call they should make before they begin is to 81 l. It is more than common sense, it is the law," said Commission Chairman Tony Clark. The PSC issued its first fine for not using the 811 service early in 2010. Since then, three other fines have been handed out ranging from $500 dollars to the maximum of $5,OO0. "The goal of a civil penalty is not to punish, but rather to inspire compliance with the law. If the fines need to be raised to keep people safe, we may have to consider legis- lation to increase the cap. I'd prefer companies doing the excavation adhere to the current safety regulations and utilize the Call Before You Dig service. It is easy and saves lives," said Commissioner Kevin Cramer. In each of the cases, the compa- nies involved admitted the viola- tions, and the commission approved stipulated settlements were the result of negotiations between the compa- nies and the PSC advocacy staff. Compliance remains high with pest00c:ide regulation BISMARCK - Inspections con- ducted by the North Dakota Department of Agriculture in 2011 showed compliance with pesticide laws and regulations among the state's producers, pesticide applica- tors and dealers remains high. "By emphasizing education and a mix of regulatory and non-regula- tory approaches, we have helped users know and understand what they must do to comply with the law," said Agriculture Please support your local merchants FCS offers full business accounting including payroll and bill paying service. Tax and Accounting Services Available to Non-Members. Commissioner Doug Goehring. "'As a result, compliance is almost 80 percent." Goehring said the compliance rate is consistent with those of the past three years. PUBLIC NOTICES A public notice is information informing citizens of government activities that may affect the citizens' everyday lives. Public notices have been printed in local newspapers, the trusted sources for community information for more than 200 years. Happy New Year Hello, Well, I hope you had a happy New Years. I sure did. And I almost made it. Really. I almost made it until midnight. Oh, I tried. I really tried. I'll start at the beginning. You see, I don't really relish going out on New Years Eve. I mean, I like celebrating as much as the next guy. In fact, I probably enjoy it more than the next guy. I suppose it depends a lot on who the next guy is. I used to try to be home by day- light. Now, I'm happiest if I can be home by dark. So, the idea of stay- ing up until midnight is kind of for- eign to me. Unless you are in a seri- ous card game. That casts an entire different light on the midnight hour. And no one goes out to play cards on New Year's Eve. But, since New Year's Eve is the big event at New Hradec, we look forward to it. Last year, we missed it. Remember? Snow, blowing snow, blocked roads, bitter cold...We had to miss it. We had attended the two previous years, and had the time of our life. So this year we did make it. And it was great! The Hall was in great shape. I know that Dickinson is the deep-fried turkey capital of the civilized world, but I think they learned how to do it in New Hradec. Deep fried turkey, succulent roast beef, a rice dish that I really enjoy (if the Chinese learn how to cook rice like this, we will no longer have boxes of rice sitting in our fridge for two weeks after eating Chinese), and a bunch of other things. I think those ladies in the kitchen are really chefs from a New York five star restaurant. I know you're getting tired of me talking about food. I was disappointed that the Tibor Brothers weren't playing. I was going to dances and learning to smoke and drink beer and occa- sionally dancing to their music sev- eral decades ago. But alas, I imag- ine they had a gig booked in Vegas or New York or somewhere. I always knew they would make it big. But there was another great I was disappoint- ed that the Tibor Brothers weren't playing. I was going to dances and learning to smoke and drink beer and occasion- ally dancing to their music several decades ago. band playing. Oh. I suppose if you are into hard rock or rap or some of that other stuff, you wouldn't have been impressed. But to the dance crowd at the Catholic Workman's Hall, it was just right. Now, I'm getting a little long in the tootla. I danced a couple dances, but then I knew a couple aspirin later on, would stop the throbbing in my knee and I would be able to sleep. My knees aren't designed for the load I'm asking them to carry. But there were couples well into their eighties out there dancing. Even basketball Ray got into the swing of things! Had to mention it Ray. And Coach Hank was cutting a rug. It was great. Good clean fun (that's when you know you're old). We met one couple who met at the New Year's Eve dance 33 years ago. Their first date. And as a hus- band and wife, they haven't missed the celebration in 33 years. Now, I don't know if that's a record or not. I'm sure there were some there that haven't missed it in 70 years. But I'm not the prying type. All I know is a friend at the table next to ours, suggested we toast the New Year on central time! So at eleven o'clock we raised our glass- es in celebration, hit the road, and were in bed at a quarter to twelve! Oh yes, and Shirley drove. Happy New Year, Dean LAND FOR LEASE Bruce Kreitinger is offering for cash lease: Tract 1: Township 138 North, Range 105 West, Golden Valley County, ND; Section 20: NWI/4; NEll4; SW1/4; Excepting the farmstead located on the NWl/4 of approximately 8.41 acres and ex- cepting the homestead located on the SW1/4 of approximately 16.52 acres. There is a spring on the NEll4 that is not developed. Tract 2: Township 138 North, Range 105 West, Golden Valley County, ND; Section 17:$1/2 (ap- proximately 254 acres in hayland and 53 acres in pasture) Can be farmed or left in pasture or both. Excellent farmland. Has well powered by a windmill. Tract 3: Township 138 North, Range 105 West, Golden Valley County, ND; Section 19:NEll4 (hayland - can be farmed) Tract 4: Township 138 North, Range 105 West, Golden Valley County, ND; Section 29:NWlt4 (all farmland); Section 30:NEll4 (97 acres of farmland - pasture reserved) Lessee will maintain fences on all of the property if Lessee chooses to use the property for graz- ing. Lessee will be responsible for the control of all noxious weeds on all of the property. Terms of lease: 5-year lease with cash rent paid in advance on or before March 15 of each year. Persons interested in bidding should submit a written bid to: Michael J. Maus, Maus & Nordsven, P.C., 137 First Avenue West, P.O. Box 570, Dickinson, North Dakota, 58602-0570, on or before close of business on January 16, 2011. The bids will be opened on January 17, 2012, at 3:00 p.m., at the Golden Valley County Courthouse, Beach, North Dakota. Additional terms may be obtained by email directed to maus@mnattys.com, fax requests to 1- 701-4834501, telephone Mike Maus at 1-701-4834500 or telephone Bruce Kreitinger at 1-701-872- 6144. Persons submitting written bids may orally raise their bids at the bid opening. Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids or waive any irregularities. DESIGN QUALITY VALUE Custom Built Ready-To-Move Homes 54' x 32' 1 61 O 8Q. FT. I1!f x 13".1-  '-' -.. " i ::" .= Call or email today for a free brochure/ brad@pennerbuilders.com Ph: 1.866.672.3376 Fax: 1.204.529.2044 Pro.acre. Wee00 Postseason Editio Though it has ot been officially announced, it is being reported that Richard Petty Motorsports will be hiring AI : Almirola to drive the No. 43 during the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup season. The car is currently vithout a main sponsor, but that could change with Almirola behind the wheel. The car was previously driven by A.J. Allmendinger and sponsored by Best Buy. When Best Buy pulled their sponsorship earlier in December, Allmendinger began looking for a new ride, which he found at Penske Racing. In other racing news, Tony Stewart is one of more than 250 ddvers who will race Midgets in the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals, scheduled for Jan. 10-14 at the i, QuikTdp Center's Tulsa Expo Raceway. Stewart won the Chili Bowl in 2002 and 2007. "Having taken a few years off from competing in the Chili Bowl, rm really looking forward to retuming to Tulsa and the i  ,' event in 2012," Stewart said. Stewart isn't the only 2011 NASCAR  champion planning to compete in the event. Ricky Stenhouse Jr., the 2011 Nationwide Series champion, also is entered. - New NASCAR rules went into effect that eliminated the Chrysler Hemi engine and the Plymouth and Dodge models that were raced in 1964. Chrysler balked at the new rules and announced it would boycott all NASCAR races in 1965. How many NASCAR races were raced in the 1964 season? a) 62 c) 31 b) 56 d) 44 Answer: a) The NASCAR Grand National Series ran a whopping 62 races in 1964. Richard Petty, age 26, raced the most of any driver that year. He competed in 61 of the races, winning 9 of them. His total points for the season were 40,252. Biography: Andy Lally has driven partial schedules in all three of NASCAR's premier sedes, but he is best known for his road racing expertise in the Grand Am Rolex Sports Car Series as well as the Amedcan Le Mans l In 2009 and 2010, Latly remained the first and only driver in Rolex Series history to start a sea- son having won a Rotex race at every track on the schedule. In 2007, Lally made his NASCAR debut in both the Nationwide Series and the Camping World Truck Sedes. In 2009, ha startad 15th driving the #71 Chevrolet for TRG in the Spdnt Cup race at Watldns Glen International. Lally finished a respectable 27th in his first Cup start after being involved in a crash. On February 17, 2011, ha filed paperwork  run the full Spnnt Cup season and campaign for series Roolde of the Year honors. Running the full 2011 season for TRG Motorsports in the #71 and #77 cam, Lally clinched the 2011 Rookie of the Year honor in eady September. His compelJtors for the honor, Brian Keselowski and T.J. Bell, failed to make the minimum number of starts in the series to be eligible for the award. Stop in for all Belfield Auto your veh,cle's winter needs! Supply 505 6th St. SE (701) 575-4228 Please support your local merchants! qNAPA) Belfield Auto brings you the above weekly Pro Racing feature.