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Page Golden Valley News January 21, 2016 Sales of Iignite stay at 28.7 million tons Homeland Committee plans to fight terrorism N.D. North Dakota‘s four coal mines sold 28.7 million tons of lignite coal in 2015, the same production level as 2014. The 2015 and 2014 totals are a million tons more than in 2013. The state’s four large lignite mines, seven lignite-based power plants and the Great Plains Synfu~ els Plant represent North Dakota’s fifth largest industry, providing jobs Hunters from DICKINSON — The 14th Annual N .D. Coyote Classic held in Dickin- son ended with close to 400 coyotes seen. and a total of 103 harvested over the weekend. First place went to Troy Sand and Scott Larson with I] coyotes. Sec— ond place went to Joel Kaczynski and Dale Peplinkski with 11 coy- otes. who checked in at a later time than the first team. and tax revenue to the state. Em— ployees at the lignite mines and power plants earn wages that aver- age about $80,000 annually, ac- cording to Job Service North Dakota. Direct and indirect employment connected to the lignite industry re- mained relatively steady at 15,500. according to an economic study conducted by North Dakota State University economics professors Randal Coon, Dean Bangsund and Nancy Hodur. -A vast majority of lignite pro— duced in North Dakota is used to generate electricity with a smaller portion being used to generate syn- thetic natural gas and produce fer- tilizer products. area place in coyote event Third place went to Nick Nielsen and Matt Klabo with nine coyotes. Fourth place went to Jason Amson and Dan Arnson with nine coyotes. Fifth place went to Troy Johnson and Nate Beauchamp with nine coy- otes. In the Amateur Division, which was a new division this year, first place went to Ethan Rodne and Billy Richard; second place to Brad Praus Courthouse News The following are cases closed in Southwest District Court in Billings County in December: Speeding: Ronald D. Aafedt, 69, Hardin. Mont.; Adebayo Adisa. 40, Lakeville, Minn.; Dennis J. Ander~ son. 32. Dunn Center: Ilie Andriesi, 58, Portland, Ore.; Gaylon G. Baker. 62. Dickinson: Collin P. Bell, 22, Dickinson; Rhonda R. Buckman. 18, South Heart; Riana L. Coe, 23, Memphis. Tenn: Jesse A. Corcoran, 43 , Northport, Wash .: Christopher 0. Daniels, 43, Stoddard, Wis.; James N. Demorrett. 55, Rhame: Marc A. Evans, 46, Spearfish, S.D.; Kyle A. Gfoerer, 31, Roman, Mont.: Jason P. Gimbel, 44, Rapid City. SD: Shelie A. Hamm, 52, St. Paul, Minn.; Der- n'ck D. Hammond, 29, Vida, Mont.; Speeding: Cody J. Hampton, 30, West Fargo; Sierra M. Hecker, 37. Dickinson; Christopher R. Hektner, 26, Savage. Mont.; Crystin C. Her- man. 23, Williston; James R. Hespe, 20, Watford City; Jesse L. Hoff, 38. Almena, Wis.; Tristan L. Holm, 27, Williston; Jason R. Hurt, 26, South Heart; Weldon K. Jackson, 32, Lafayette, La.: Curtis R. Kahl, 47, Sioux Falls. SD; Joseph R. Smith. 43, Middletown, Calif; Patrick M. Soggie. 38, Dickinson; Blayde A. Spangler, 54, Williston; Ethan J. Steffan, 21, Killdeer; Savannah M. Stenberg, 25, Watford City; Tyler T. Stewart, 38, no city given; Hope L. Torres, 54, Sturgis. S.D.; David L. Tucker, 43, Mandan: Hilario M. Ve- lasquez, 50, Lexington, Neb.; Michael K. Walberg, 42, Aberdeen, S.D.; Jameson D. Wark, 38, Fargo: Jay A. Wells, 48, Williston; Allen D. Wilhelm, 68, Winnett, Mont.; Ben L. Zachmeier. 38, Mandan; Levi E. Bassett, 24, Glendive, Mont.; Carlos M. Betancouit, 25, Houston, Texas; Andrew W. Brooks. 29. Fargo; 'James A. Buckman, 25. Belfield; William C. Coleman, 27, Beach; Phyllis L. Gieser, 57. Glendive, Mont.; Deangelo M. M. Guthrie, 19, Dickinson Speeding: Leslie C. Haugen, 57. Alexander; Brenton T. Haynes, 43. Dickinson; Timothy W. Hendricks, 48, Belfield; Darin J. Holman, 42, Dickinson; Jennifer C. Johnson, 26, Watford City: Joshua R. Jones. 22, Moorcroft, Wyo.;,Braden M. Ler, 22, Belfield: Jeffrey D. ,Kfoch‘j: 335,8 “Savage, Mont.;;f‘NiCholas M. Lopez. Shakopee, Minn; James P. Krebs. 54, Dickinson; Glenn A. Lazenko, 53, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio; Zhao Li, 25, no city given; Dalten C. Luman, 19, Watford City; Morgan P. Mayer- Young. 28, Dickinson; Andrew S. McGuire. 26, Dickinson; Karrie R. McRae, 48. Williston; Jennyfer R. Mendoza, 22, Nuevo Paraiso, un— known/other: Peter D. Morowski, 31 , Dickinson; Glenn L. Myers, 58, Grassy Butte; Susan M. Nelson. 51, Nampa, Idaho; Keith G. Nixon, 39, Dickinson; Michael R. Panozzo, 50. Minot; Lashay N. Paschal. 27, Jones- boro, Ga. Speeding: Jackson G. Pieper, 23, Bismarck; Marshall J. Pirtz, 27, Cir- cle. Mont.; Ryan L. Porch, 23, Rapid City, S.D.; Bradley J. Schmitz, 56, Oakes; Heather S. Shippen, 29, Golden Valley News PO. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621 (U.S.P.S. Pub. No. 221—280) Staff: Richard Volesky, editor/ reporter, and Jane Cook, office and news assistant. The Golden Valley News is pub- lished each Thursday, 22 Central Ave., Suite 1, Beach, ND 58621 by Nordmark Publishing. Periodicals postage paid at Beach, ND and addi— tional mailing offices. ‘ POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Golden Valley News, P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621. Please allow two to three weeks for new subscriptions, renewal of ex- pired subscriptions and for address changes. Contact Information - Phone: 701-872-3755 0 Fax: 701-872-3756 24, Glendive, Mont.; Lee P. Mc— Clure, 25, Watford City: Christeen A. Montalbano, 45 , Tucson. Ariz.; Brian J. Nash, 31, Wibaux, Mont.; Aimee L. Norby, 30, Fairview, Mont.; Brian P. O’Toole, 23, Dickinson; Benjamin and Kirk Praus. and third place went to Lance Thomas and Jake Hardy. For the 2015 season’s final points in the N.D. Tournament Se- ries. in first place were Joel Kaczynksi and Dale Peplinski with a total of 30 coyotes. Second place went to Nick Nielsen and Matt Klabo with 24 coyotes. and third place went to Gary Will with 19 coyotes. E. Potter, 24, Piney Point, Md.; Dustin T. Pugh, 40, Dickinson; Stephen P. Reger, 52. Watford City: Alfredo R. Quinones, 26, Louisville, Kent: Steven L. Sahr, 56, Leonard. N .D.; Tate L. Samata, 21 , Barrington Hills, 111.; Anthony C. Steed. 24, Dickinson; Brandon L. Thomas. 23, Mandan; Ryan M. Worden, 35. Be]- grade, Mont. Vehicle with tinted or driver compartment window not to be used: Lucas E. Young, 21 , Dickin- son Possession of a controlled sub- stance (marijuana) by a driver: Nicholai A. Voskobonikov, 20, Mis- soula, Mont. Drove or in actual physical con- trol of motor vehicle: Nicholai A. Voskobonikov, 20, Missoula, Mont. Drove without operator’s li- cense: Alfredo R. Quinones, 26, Louisville, Kent Driving without liability insur- ance: Dustin T. Pugh, 40, Dickin- son; Alfredo R. Quinones, 26, Louisville, Kent. Disregarded stop sign: Brian P. O’Toole, 23, Dickinson " ” ~ vs? ,Arctiial'f fidritrol of alve'é? hicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor: Jody L. Kuntz, 38, Deadwood, SD. Failed to register motor vehicle upon gainful employment: Jennifer C. Johnson, 26, Watford City Not loo big. not too small! Willi fhe 2x2 Nefwork, you can gel ’em all! . gflg Contact this paper for details. Run an ad this size in ALL NORTH DAKOTA NEWSPAPERS for only (Regions also available.) $600! - NORTH DAKOTA’S LARGEST” 24TH ANNUAL 201 6 RED RIVER VALLEY Attention Dry Pea and Lentil “Why is the red warning flag fly- ing on Street Light No. 7?" Orville Jordan inquired loudly as members of the Homeland Security Commit- tee streamed into the frigid commu- nity hall. The conversation continued at fever pitch as the town‘s l4 electors jockeyed for the best seats. “Are we under attack?" panic— stricken Genevieve Erfald asked. “This emergency meeting is being held because the mayor read in the county paper that terrorist attacks were likely anywhere in the country and he wants our plan of action ," ex- plained Chairperson Ork Dorken as he rapped his Coke bottle on a nearby table. Half of the committee kept stand- ing because the metal folding chairs were too cold. “I say we start digging trenches across the dumpground road and fight it out. I think they would come in from that direction,” offered Orville. This brought Alert Officer Gar— vey Erfald to his feet. “Don’t be foolish," he cautioned. “Terrorism these days is not that kind of war. They sneak into town with backpacks loaded with dyna— mite‘and blow everything up.” “Well back when I was on Lovicky Township Fire Brigade No. 1. our strategy was to fight fire with fire," Old Sievert recalled. “So let’s fight fire with fire.” “Just how do we do that?" queried Little Jimmy now enrolled in an online college program while his folks look for gold in the Yukon. He was the only town resident too young for Social Security. “Well, we need to recruit some Matters By Lloyd Omdahl folks who will put on backpacks and find groups of terrorists to blow up ," Sievert responded. “That would be like those Japan- ese suicide pilots in The War who dove into our ships," Dorsey Crank commented. “We can’t expect any— body to do that sort of thing. Be- sides, we didn’t think it was fair fighting anyway." "We had soldiers who volun— teered for suicide missions in France,” retorted Old Sievert. “In fact, I was on three of them myself. They almost discharged me for com— ing back the third time." “What can we offer volunteers?” Genevieve asked. “ISIS is offering heaven and 17 virgins." “The most we could promise are outstanding citizen awards.” Josh Dvorchak suggested with a smirk. “But we can’t guarantee heaven. That's St. Peter’s to give,” Einar added. “I don’t think we have the virgins, either," Little Jimmy concluded. He subscribed to Playboy two days after his folks went prospecting. “It’s going to take a lot of moti- vation to get people to go on suicide missions in peacetime” Josh specu— lated. “Maybe they would be motivated if we tell them that ISIS will confis- cate their guns." suggested Madeleine Morgan, the latest town resident who came from Montana for her uncle's funeral 15 years ago and never went back. She was stuck with the house in a slow housing market. “We need better advice for the mayor than I’m hearing," Ork prod- ded sternly. “Did the county paper give any hints?” asked Holger Danske. Ork took off his right sheepskin mitt and pulled the crumpled news story from his pocket. “It says that we should be alert for suspicious people asking questions.” he reported. , “There was that guy selling fish out of his pickup about five years ago,” Genevieve observed. “He asked a lot of questions for a fish peddler.” “Another suggestion was to test our security,” Garvey noted. “Maybe we should improve our warning sys- tem." “Let‘s tell the mayor to get a big- ger red alert flag for the time being and let it go at that,” Dorsey pro- posed as he stamped his cold feet on the frigid floor. “That’s it!” exclaimed Josh with finality as he headed for the door. Everyone rushed out behind him, pleased that a major community problem had been solved. DEADLINES The deadline for submitted copy and stories and all ad orders is noon on Fridays. Call 872-3755 or e-mail goldenandbillings WHEN PUBLIC NOTICES REACH THE PUBLIC, EVERYONE BENEFITS SOME GOVERNMENT AGENCIES WANT TO TAKE OFFlClAL NOTICES OUT OF LOCAL NEWSPAPERS AND BURY THEM ON GOVERNMENT-RUN WEB- SITES. THIS IS LIKE PUTTING THE FOX IN CHARGE OF THE HENHOUSE. Growers The North Dakota Dry Pea and Lentil Council election for Golden Valley County will take place at 11 :30 AM on February 2, 2016, during the Golden Valley Ag Improvement Annual Meeting at the American Legion, 281 E Main St, Beach, ND. Election Any person who has not applied for a refund for at least three years; plants or causes to be planted a dry pea and lentil crop in which the person has ownership interest with the intent that upon maturity the crop will be harvested is entitled to vote or can be a candidate. For more information contact the North Dakota Dry Pea and Lentil Council at (701) 222-0128. 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