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February 11, 2010 Page 5 Property secured for hospital's possible use DICKINSON - Reports from previous months that St. Joseph's Hospital and Health Center may be looking for a new site were con- firmed with an announcement last week. Catholic Health Initiatives, the health system that includes St. Joseph's Hospital and Health Center, has purchased an option on 38 acres near the West River Community Center and south of Interstate 94. Officials at Catholic Health Initiatives say the property may be the future site for a new hospital, though no plans have been made. "Catholic Health Initiatives sup- ports St. Joseph's and its long-term ministry in the Dickinson commu- nity," said Jeffery Drop, Catholic Health Initiatives senior vice presi- dent and division executive officer for North Dakota and Minnesota. "While we do not yet have specific plans for the property, the acquisi- tion fits the health system's strategic growth plans for the next decade." "Our partnership with Catholic Health Initiatives ensures that every person receives quality care right here in Dickinson," said Reed Reyman, president and CEO of St. Joseph's Hospital and Health Center. "Leaders in Stark County and the city of Dickinson have also been instrumental in promoting this effort ." Agency: 140 died in 2009 crashes North Dakota experienced many highs and lows during the past cal- endar year. Far too many tragedies played out on North Dakota road- ways last year as 140 people per- ished from injuries they sustained during motor vehicle crashes. For Highway Patrol Col. James Prochniak. the reminders came all too frequently that motor vehicle travel should not be taken for grant- ed. "The men and women of our agency work very' hard to influence and educate motorists to drive safe- ly," said Prochniak. "Eve12 crash strengthens our resolve to continue to emphasize that lives can be saved by driving defensively, sober and with seatbelts fastened." The lack of seat belt usage in North Dakota continues to account for preventable injuries and deaths. Unrestrained occupantsaccountfor 69 percent of the fatal crash victims during the past three years. Rollover crashes are especially deadly for unrestrained occupants. Statistics show that during the past seven years, 314 people have died in rollover crashes in North Dakota. Eighty-two percent of them were not wearing their seat belt. The North Dakota Highway Patrol and the North Dakota Department of Transpoffation (NDDOT) continue to try to find new ways to incorporate their com- bined mission of reducing traffic crashes on North Dakota roadways. NDDOT Safety Division Director Mark Nelson emphasizes that education, enforcement, and engineering all play an important role in maintaining a safe travel environment for all motorists. NDCHF nominees to be announced.- MANDAN - The 2010 ballot nominees for the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame Hall of Honorees will be announced at the group's annual meeting on Feb. 26 and 27. The gathering will be held at the Seven Seas Hotel and Water Park. Mandan. The annual meeting weekend begins with a free social and dance on Friday at 7 p.m. Central Time and continues on Saturday. Nationally known singer/songwriter and Valley City native Greg Hager will provide the entertainment and dance music Friday evening. Saturday activities begin at l p.m., with the Hall of Fame annual membership meeting and a report on the 2010 exhibit plans. At 2:30 p.m., the Hall of Fame's Trustees will meet to discuss the ballot nominees for 2010. The Hall of Fame will induct eight indi- viduals, one ranch and one rodeo animal this year. NDCHF Executive Director Darrell Dorgan said. "Nearly 200 trustees from across the state are in charge of nominating and voting on Hall of Honoree inductees. This year, there were nearly 60 nominees, and those who are cho- sen for the ballot will be voted on in May by the trustees. The 10 new inductees for 2010 will be announced over Memorial Day weekend and formally inducted in Medora on Saturday, June 26. Preparing for the show Breena Davidson, Golva, adjusts the microphone with Lloyd Bosserman, at the first Beach Got Talent event on Sunday, Jan. 31, at the Bijou Show House. (Photo by Ellen Feuerhelm) 'Running Bucs' win No. 16 RICHARDTON - The "Running Bucs" came out firing on all cylin- ders, launching nine successful 3- pomters enroute to an 86-29 win over Richardton/Taylor on Feb. 5. Eleven players put numbers on the scoreboard with Britmey Dietz leading the way with 24. Brooke Davidson came into the game early and wasn't a bit shy as she connect- ed on three 3-pointers to lead her team in that category and ended a~ the second leading scorer in the game. Brooke is a very good out- side shooter, but I was especially pleased with her floor game. Her lack of poise has always been a problem, but she has made giant strides in that category and is devel- oping into a good teammate with good chemistry. She is pr6C~ress in " " " ,'~ .'i T! ~. the making and contm[a~_~ to improve. : ~:~ We went to the bench early to blend in some of our role players with much of the starters playing at the same time. I think that all of our players played very well as the game never got sloppy on our part: They maintained a high level of play which was the goal. Beach: R-T: Beach: Hailee Farsveet 5. Kayla Dolyniuk 2. Abby Weinreis 7. Kalcee Schillo 2. Emily Hardy 9. Brooke Davidson 15. LaCee Voltum 6, Brittney Deitz 24. Jill Rising 4. Bobbi Nielson 6. RaeAnn Schulte 6. Lady Bucs prevail over Hazen After sitting out since Jan. 16. Abby'Weinreis made her presence known, sparking her Buccaneer team with seven points in the first quarter to bring her team back to a vie to end the first quarter 14-14. versus Hazen. This was suppose to be a step b5 step process and when she entered the game I think that she skipped a couple. It was an incredible clutch performance by Abb~ and we sure welcome her-return to our team. The junior guard and three year s~arter had sat out the past six l~uccaneer games with a back iniury qnded the game with 17 points that gave the spark to the No. 1 ranked tbam with a 53-43 victory over third-ranked Hazen. It was Hazen's second defeat of the season Their only otherdefeat was way back in December to No. 2 ranked Carrington in the "CoalCountry Shoot-Out" that was held in both Hazen and Beulah. Brittney Dietz. getting into ear] y foul trouble once again, had a game-high 19 points for the home- town Buccaneers. who improved their mark to 17-0 on the regular season. It was Weinreis again, scoring seven points in the fourth quarter as Beachbroke open a one-poim game and outscored Hazen 15-6 in the final frmne. In that same quarter. Beach shot 4-for-7 free-throws and ended the gamel l-of-15 from the free-throw line. It was sure nice to play some quality teams this past week. This was a very competitive week with the likes of Hettinger then (15-1). No-6-ranked Trinity then (14-2 ~ and No-3-ranked Hazen coming in with a ~ 15-1 ) record. All of that was in a span of eight days with a sprinkle of Scranton and Richardton-Taylor. Thank goodness for a strong bench to help preserve our legs. We have been able to play a lot of kids during that span that has really helped us to grow as a team. All of our players feel pretty good about themselves and I also know that they want to make contri- butions to their team. That is called confidence and that is where you want them to be mentally at this time of the year. The game is more about mental than it is about physical. Confidence is progress and our pro- gression is very uplifting to all of our plasers/'or this team of 2010. Going into our post-season of play. barring no injuries or sickness. we hope to get up to full strength. Our kids know that they can play much better when we are clicking on all cylinders. With the chemistry thal these kids show on the court and getting back to good health and fi'ee of injury, we hope to bring our team to peek perfimnance when we most need it. Beach, 50; '~inity, 69 Boys varsity, Feb. 2 Beach: 12, 28, 39, 50 Dickinson Trinity: 20, 35,51,69 Beach players: Jake Hardy - 2; Justin Maus - 15; Nolan Niece - 6; 'Tanner Tescher - 12; Mark Golberg - 2; Lance Dykins - 13. Beach, 56; Mandaree, 72 Boys varsity, Feb. 6 Beach: 20, 28, 36, 56 , Mandaree: 12, 30, 58, 72 Beach players: Jake Hardy - 2; Justin Maus - 13; Nolan Niece - 11: Tanner Tescher - 5, Mark Golberg- 13; Lance Dykins - 12. Heart River, 34; Watford City, 49. Boys varsity basketball, Feb. 5 (No other statistics were made available.) Beach, 53; Hazen, 43 Varsity girls, Feb. 6. Beach: 14, 25, 38, 53 Hazen: 14, 26, 37,43 Beach players: Hailee Farstveet 2: Kayla Dolwfiuk - 5: Abby Weinreis 17: Caitlin Maus - 2: Emily Hardy - 2: LaCee Vollum - 4; Brittney Dietz - 19" Jilt Rising 2. Beach, 5h Trinity, 32 Gifts varsity, Feb. 2 Beach: Trinity: 4.14. 25.32 Beach: Brittney Dietz 19. Rill Rising 13. Emily Hardy 10. Hallie Farstveet 5. Kayla Dolyniuk 4. Heart River. 41" Bowman County, 14 Girls varsity basketball. Feb. 4 ~No other statistics were made available. I Region 7. District 13 Varsity Boys Basketball Overall Standings. Feb. 8 Beach 9-7 Heart River 8-7 Hettinger 9-7 Bowman Count)9-5 Scranton 4- I 0 New England 5-9 Mott-Regent 8-6 Region 7, District 13 Varsity Girls Basketball Overall Standings, Feb. 8 Beach 15-0 Hettinger 13-2 New England 8-9 Heart River 10-8 Mott-Regem 5-11 Bowman County0-17 Scranton 4-14 Top Channels FREE HBO & Showtlnle fo,3,,,.. Standard Professional Installation upto 6 Rooms Service on Second TV EAGLE Satellite www.eaglesattvxom 800 DUMPCABLE NETWORK. early with Valentines Day Steak andDining Specials Shrimp Beach Legion or Club Ribs and 5:00 to 9:00 PM Shrimp - Sa urda Eitherwith Februar 13 Strawberry Shortcake $15.95 J , Regular menu is also available Please call for Reservations! 872-4362 BEACH St. John the Baptist Catholic Church Rev. David Richter Mass: Saturday 6:30 p.m. and 10:30 a.m.. Sunday St. Paul's Lutheran Church, LCMS Rev. 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