"
Newspaper Archive of
Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
Lyft
August 2, 2012     Golden Valley News
PAGE 3     (3 of 6 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 3     (3 of 6 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 2, 2012
 

Newspaper Archive of Golden Valley News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




August 2, 2012 Weighing in y ' scant two pounds, I have slipped inadvertently into the "fat category as del'ined by the Body Mass Index. That makes me partly responsible for the 80 percent increase in the nulnber of fat and obese people in North Dakota over the past 15 years. Some folks are tat because they don't have the spunk to fight their ancestral genes; others are fat because they were raised on French flies and carbohydrates; still others are fat because they stopped working and kept eating. Regardless of the alibi, tat creates all kinds of public problems. Treating obese patients is terribly expensive. I heard tlt an obese per- son with aiipendicitis made it neces- sary for the Williston hospital to call a fracking engineer from the oil field to help find the inflamed organ. Do you have any idea what a fracking engineer costs? At the Fargo airport, an obese gentleman had to go through the body scanner twice to get total body coverage. In a fit of mindless courage, Mayor Mike Bloomberg announced that New York was taking charge of the fat problem by banning soda (pop) sales of over 16 ounces to kids. Of course, the guzzlers and their mothers protested. 'qt's nobody's business if we let Wilderness A trip into the geologic past will be the focus of the fourth Wilderness Hike of the stunlner season on Sunday, August 5 in Theodore Roosevelt National Park. The hike will venture into the petrified forest area ot' the park's North Unit, traveling to a remote and seldom visited area of the park. "'Theodore Roosevelt National Park contains the third largest con- centration of petrified wood in the U.S.," said Superintendent Valerie on the obesi :y problem E H Ill Jl the°fC°ke' m°unt'tiu Dew'Pepsi andlike. The first rule of economics is that people respond to incentives so • "" s,', i!. "'i . ," ." " nlaybe we should start there. °u'ietl getltnottl]2'!:sted Folks wbo are now fattening up on ca,'bohydrates should be encour- aged to divert their tastes to fruits and vegetables. Since North Dakota's fruit-raising is limited, we should get back to gardening vegeta- bles. In World War I1, everyone was encouraged to raise a "victory" gar- den. We ran Hitler down a hole with carrots, beets and cabbage. If "'victo- ry" gardens could win the war against fascism, it could win the war against lat. As an incentive for reluctant gar- deners, we should include home- grown vegetables in the next farm bill. After all, farmers are being paid to raise tbod so why shouldn't town people be subsidized to raise vegeta- bles. We may have to offer larger subsidies for those vegetables with the fewest calories, e.g. kohlrabi, radishes and lettuce. Nothing for watermekm and potatoes. We should be forewarned that there are people nmking big money on obesity. These powerful interest groups will oppose change. They will I'ight back because they think their bottom lines are more important than all other bottoms around. petrified forest First of all. Gallup lbund that a disproportionate number of less-edu- cated, low-income folks are obese. Carbohydrates are the cheapest foxJ around so they eat what they can afford. Obesity makes them vulner- able to a variety of illnesses and chronic diseases. Unforttmately, these are the same folks who have no medical insurance. That means their obesity illnesses end up as charity cases in hospitals, or onthe welfare program called Medicaid. or left unpaid in emer- gency rooms. Since there is no obese fairy, health care providers have to ,jack up the charges on all of the other paying customers to cover the losses. So if one person's behavior imposes a cost on another person's wallet, it can't be said that obesity is nobody's business. It sure is the business of the person with the wallet. Mayor Bloomberg may think that soda (pop) should be restricted, espe- cially for kids, but he is not conver- sant with America's experience with prohibition. Within days of the ban, blind pigs nm by 12 year-olds would be operating behind Ben Franklin Elemehlary, pushing 32-ounce jugs hike to focus on J. Naylor. "'Exploring the area with a ranger is an excellent way to visit this special place and gain insight into the park's geologic past." In addition to seeing geologic features, visitors will also experi- ence the quiet and solitude ol' the wilderness. Depending on group size and weather, the outing will last tom 3 to 6 hours, and will cover 2 to 6 miles. Hiking may be strenuous at times; participants should weal" attire appropriate for wilderness travel, especially star- dy boots and dnrable clothes. Hikers should meet at the picnic area in the Juniper Calnpground at 9:00 a.m. CDT. Participants should bring plenty of drinking water, food, sunscreen, and insect repellent and be prepared for hot, dry weather. Binoculars, cameras and a favorite poem or quote are also encouraged. In the case of extreme weather, the hike may be cancelled: please call the North Unit Visitor Center at 701-842- 2333 for the latest information. Valley County Fair schedule Spirit of the West and Thursday, Aug. 2 8:00am Judge Open Class Exhibits Noon Livestock Weigh In 1 :OOpm-6:30pm . E x h i b i t Hall Open i: ......... 3:00pin 4-1-I Static Interview Judging 6:30pro 4-H Alunmi Picnic 8:00pro Gwen Sebastian Concert -Fairgrounds I O:OOpm Fireworks Friday, Aug. 3 7:00am- 10:00am Breakfast at Fairgrounds 8:30am Open Class Rabbit/Poultry Show 9:00am 4-1t Livestock Show / Judging 9:00am Enter open class livestock 9:00am Exhibit Hall Open 10:00aln Round Robin Showmanship Contest 10:30am Open Class IJvestock Judging 10:[X)am Parade on Central Avenue & Main Street II :(X)am PIPPI THE CLOWN at Gazebo Park I 1:00am- 1:00pm Lul'tch" at Gazebo Park : ":  ' ;' : Noon EXhibits Released ..... l:00pm Champions Ride Rodeo (Home on the Range) 8:(X)pln Chris Cagle Concert (Fairgrounds - Gates open at 6PM) 10:00pro Street Dance after concert (sponsored by The Backyard) Sunday, Aug. 5 8:00am-Noon Free Will Breakfast at Beach Colfference Center (sponsored by Close Up stu- dents) 10:30am Church Service at Swimming Pool Park (St. Paul's Lutheran Church) NOON- 4:(X)pm 4 Wheeler/Cycle Races 1:30pro Demolition Derby Golden Noon Mud Volleyball Tourney (3 person teams - Fairgrounds) Noon-4:00pm lnl]atable (.]ames (at Fairgrounds) 2:00pro Horse Shoe Tournanlen t 4:30pm 4-H Flag Ceremony/l Jvestock Sale 6:30pm BBQ Chicken/Ice Cream Social 8:(X)pm Texaco Country Showdown (Fairgrounds) TBA Class Reunkms & Country School Reunions Saturday, Aug. 4 6:30am- 7:00aln Registratkm for 5/I 0K Fun Run/Walk & 1/2 Marathon Giebo Park. Click Here to Print a Regisrratkm Fonn OR Click Here to Register Online 7:00am- 10:30aln Free Will Breakfast at Beach Conference Center (sponsored by Wihaux Nursing Home Vohlnteers) 9:00am Exhibit Hall Open Bids NOTICE FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that the City of Beach is accepting sealed bids at City Hall 153 Main Street PO Box 278 Beach, ND 58621 on or before August 20, 2012 at 5 pm for the trenching and installation of a water and sewer main project located on 4th Avenue NW between 8th and 10th Street. All work is to be com- pleted by November 1,2012. Engineering and all materials will be supplied by the City of Beach. Work includes; Trenching of ditches, one for sewer main and one for water main. Installation of approximately 700' of 8" PVC sewer pipe, approximately 700' of 6" PVC pipe, 3 water service lines approximately 180', 3 sewer service lines approximately 180', 3 saddles, 3 compression corporation stops, 3 compression curb stops, 3 curb boxes, 2 man holes, 1 fire hydrant, 2 push-on gate valves, 2 slip couplings and 2 push-on T gaskets. All material must be installed by a licensed ND Installer or Master Plumber. All bids should be contained in a sealed envelope labeled Water & Sewer Project on 4th Ave NW. A sep- arate sealed envelope should contain a copy of the Contractor's Water & Sewer Installer License or Master PlUmbers License and Certificate of Insurance. Contracts shall be awarded on the basis of the low bid submitted by a responsible and responsive bidder. Should the Contractor fail to complete the work within the time required herein or within such extra time as may have been granted by formal extensions of time approved by the city, there will be a deduction from any amount due the Contractor the sum of $100 per day and every day that the completion of work is delayed• The city reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids, and to hold bids under consideration for a period not exceeding 30 days from the date of opening. The contractor will be notified of the award within 21 days of the bid opening. Kimberly Nunberg City Auditor (August 2 and 9) Cattle producers BISMARCK - Nort h Dakota's top agricultui'e and animal health offi- cials are remlnding catle producers who send their livestock to pastures in other states that those animals must meet state importation regula- tions on both departure and return. Dr. Susan Keller. the state veteri- narian, said producers should work with an accredited veterinm-im to ensure that cattle will meet all requirements. "Drought may cause a severe shortage of forage in this state and others this year," said Agriculture Colnlnissioner Doug Goehring. "That means more producers may consider sending their cattle else- where." Keller said North Dakota landowners who are pasturing out- ..... i, [7.: k....•  ¢ /-, I PLACE DID Y()IY KNOW? ND Unclaimed Property A Division of the ND Dept of Trust l_ands can be Iur¢l online at htlp://ckeb'naster.ca or charge by Phone at 1-800-970-7328 http://spectraplace.¢a @spectraplace   facebook.com/spectraplace Livestock Risk Protection (LRP) is designed to insure against declining market prices. Protect your profits n:  cattle, feeder steers, market.hogs :,,llmb$ th LRP. Crop and Uva0000ockk..n.0000 ) Farm Credit Services of Mandan www.farmcreditmandan.corn SPRAY FOAM Agri Insurance Inc. • Term Life Insurance • Universal Life Insurance Fixed Annuities • Index Annuities IRAs • Long-Term Care Ins. Bruce Ross 110 Central Ave. South, Beach, ND (701)872-4461 (office) (Across from Bank of the West) (701) 872-3075 (home) SEAMLESS ROOFING SYSTEMS . SPRAY POLYURETHANE FOAM ROOFING • WATERPROOF / LEAK PREVENTION AND INSULATION VALUE • PERFECT FOR ANY ROOF ,WORKS OVER ALL ROOFING MATERIALS , SEAMLESS- FLEXIBLE - LIGHTWEIGHT- INSULATION • EXTREMELY DURABLE • LONGEST LASTING • SEALS GRAIN BIN AND QUONSET BASE Rental Assistance Available Immediately Notice - School Physical Exam Requirements The North Dakota High School Activities Association made changes in the physical requirements for participation in high school sports programs. The first allowable physical date is now April 15 for the 2012-2013 school year. All students must have a completed physical form which includes questions to be answered by parents, a phycial evaluation by a doctor or physician, and a clearance form with parentJguardian permission for medical treat- ment on file with the Activities Director. The forms are new and can be picked up at the High School office or Beach Medical Center. Physicals must be completed every year before students will be allowed to participate in sports practices or games. Brandt Gaugler Activities Director, Beach High School I Page 3 Notice to creditors Name, Address and Telephone No. of Attorney: Dennis Edward Johnson #03671 JOHNSON & SUNDEEN 109 Fifth Street SW Probate No. 04-2012-PR-00038 P. O. Box 1260 Watford City, ND 58854 (701) 444-2211 Attorney for Personal Representative IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF BILLINGS, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of Loretta N. Warren, 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 or mailing of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Thomas Warren, personal representa- tive of the estate, c/o Johnson & Sundeen, P.O. Box 1260, Watford City, North Dakota 58854, or filed with the Court. Dated this 24th day of July, 2012• Thomas Warren Personal Representative Dennis Edward Johnson #03671 JOHNSON & SUNDEEN 109 Fifth Street SW P. O. Box 1260 Watford City, ND 58854 Attorney for Personal Representative First publication on the 2nd day of August, 2012. (August 2, 9 and 16) Golva Public School Lone Tree School District #6 Golva Public School Regular School Board Meeting Minutes 6:00 PM - June 20, 2012 Members present were Susan Sarsland, Paul Schmitz, Brad Maus, Gene Weinreis, Jason Bosserman, Julie Zook and Leah Zook. Kim Plummer and Beth Justesen were visitors. Call Meeting to Order: The regular school board meeting of Lone Tree School District #6 was called to order Wednesday, June 20, 2012 at 6:12 PM by President Gene Weinreis. Agenda: On a motion by Bosserman and second by Maus, the agenda was approved unanimously• Minutes: On a motion by Sarsland and second by Bosserman, the min- utes of the May 9, 2012, Regular School Board Meeting; May 18. 2012 Special Meeting; and June 14, 2012, Special Meeting, were approved• Motion carried unanimously. Bills: Schmitz made a motion to approve payment of the June 2012 district bills• Motion was seconded by Maus and Motion carried unanimous- ly. 30716 Ace Educational Sup. 432.24 30717 Boss Office Supplies . 625.34 30718 Bosserman, Jason 109•89 30719 Cole Paper 907•39 30720 Custom Concrete/Const. 5420.00 30721 Dacotah Paper 1389.20 30722 Discovery Benefits 25.00 30723 E.SP. Computers 1892.90 30724 Goodijohn Richard 16.00 30725 Hardy, Gary 3500.00 30726 Horse & Rider 36.95 30727 Houghton Mifflin 2249.44 30728 Lakeshore Learning 1486•68 30729 Maus, Brad 31.64 30730 Nikkiforoff, Eric 95.00 30731 Pearson Education 12072.16 30732 Sarsland, Susan 66.60 30733 SBM 6774.00 30734 Schmitz, Paul 21.09 30735 Supreme School Sup. 82.28 30736 Tangen, Melinda 115.26 30737 The Library Store 291.68 30738 Weinreis, Gene 336.00 30739 Zook, Julie 4502.61 Second Reading Policy ACDA: Policy ACDA, "Acceptable Use Policy," received second reading approval with a motion by Maus and second by Sarsland• Motion carried unanimously. Year-End Expenditure Review: Discussion of year-end expenditures. Leave Title I position open until next regular meeting. Keep apartment at this time. Maus will talk to D. Maus. Suppod Staff: Motion by Schmitz and second by Maus to offer support staff compensation increases• Unanimous. Correspondence: - Discussion regarding meal price increases. Motion by Bosserman and second by Sarsland to raise student and adult lunch and breakfast prices by $•05 per meal. Unanimous. Principal's Report: - Paul Schmitz will help as the town hall liaison during upcoming repairs. - Julie Zook will mentor new princi- pal as needed• - Bus routes - Northrops would like bus service to their house on days when Amy doesn't work. Board approved this if they agree to waive family transportation. Maus will visit with Northrops. Adjourn: Board meeting was adjourned at 8:10 PM. Attest: Leah Zook, Business Manager Gene Weinreis, Golva School Board President (August 2) reminded of-state livestock must likewise be sure those animals meet North Dakota ilnportation requirements. "Once cattle cross a state border, they may be considered to be a resi- dent of the state they are in," Keller said. "The returning importation requirements will vary depending on the state from which they are return- ing; how long they have been there and the extent they were comingled with other cattle." Goehring said the best option for some producers will be moving feed to the animals, rather than transport- of import requirements ing animals to the feed sources. More inf0rlnation about impolla- tion regulations is available ill the North Dakota Department of Agriculture website at www.nd.gov/ndda/program/almnal- importation-requirements. Put Your Money Where Your .ouse Zs! kJcat lndependent ."J.::: strengthen our businesses are  commur, ty your be$l value and our economy • . -.. Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. • Sunday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Bismarck Art & Galleries Association - 701.223-5986 Each year businesses file annual reports of owners of unclaimed property under the requirement of the ND Uniform Unclaimed Property Act. (N.D.C.C. j47-30.1) COULD YOUR NAME OR YOUR BUSINESS NAME BE ON THE LIST OF RIGHTFUL OWNERS? Search the web free of charge at: www.land.nd.gov Or call 701-328-2800 Don and Reila Abernethy Medical Benefit Thank You The remarkable kindness and support of friends and family never ceases to astound us. Heartfelt thanks are sent to all of those who gave so freely of their time to prepare the fairgrounds and make plans for the Med- ical Benefit held July 21. The bison, salads, and desserts were delicious. All who worked diligently to set up, serve, and clean never went unnoticed. The large variety of food provided, the array of auction items donated, and the amazing generosity of buyers are overwhelming. We are appreciative of the loving community, as well as family and friends from outside the area. Every day we think of the many people who worked so hard on the benefit to assist us with the medical expenses we have incurred over the past six months. 'Fatso' surely looked down, smiling, with his cap sitting a little cock-eyed and his shirttail hanging half out, wishing he could have been there to see everyone and thank you himself. Once again, thank you so much for everything• l'roR's,donallv managed by Call Sandy Prairie Homes Management 872-4248 1-888-893-9501 TTY- 1-800-366-6888 Love and gratitude, Rella Ahermqlw and.family I I I I I I l l l l l l I ! I I .!'aq