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January 25, 2018 Golden Valley News Page 5 The Golden Valley News is searching for MANAGER NEEDED: Hope, ND. Re- a correspondent. This part-time work-from sponsible, business-minded person home position would involve covering local wanted to run/lease a successful, profit- events and/or meetings, writing stories and making community cafe and possibly the possibly taking photos. Call (701) 872- grocery store too. Excellent opportunity in 3755 for an application, or send a resume a friendly eastern North Dakota small to Golden Valley News, P.O. Box 156, town. The Hope Development Corporation Beach, ND 58621-0156. tfn owns,the building and equipment. Contact Heather Jacobsen Monday - Friday, 701- 945-2723 Hat Tips By Dean Meyer RANCH HAND, No horses. 750+- cows, 2009 Yamaha WaveRunner VX Deluxe650+- yearlings. Minimal farming. Skills: with four-stroke engine. ONLY 56.5 hours, cattle handling, CDL, equipment operation, Also offering LIKE NEW Shorelander jet fencing. Hour from Billings. Pay DOE, ski trailer and jet ski lift. Buy all three and housing. 406 690-4042. get a package deal! Call 701-550-9249. tfn FULL TIME FARM employee, semi driving Rustic Lake Upsilon Cabin with stone fire- experience, CDL not required. Duties: run- place on three lots. $139,000. Call Bob at ning 4-wheel drive tractor, grain cart, put- 701-390-6015. 18-24 ting up hay, working cattle and calving.--701-226-2359 2008 Arctic Cat 1000 Crossfire $3,500. John Deere 8850 Tractor, tires 50%, needs A 25-WORD AD costs only $160. Runs in head gasket. Best offer. Call 701-477- every North Dakota newspaper. What a 6955. 20-22 deal! Contact your newspaper to place your ad. Apartment for rent in Beach, $550 a month. All utilities paid by owner. 701-690- RETIRING OWNER WANTS to sell thriv- 8172. No pets please, tfn ing auto and medium truck repair busi- ness. Building, grounds, and equipment, along with ever-increasing customer base. Call Cliff 218-641-0168. DIGITAL CONTENT SPECIALIST, Valley City State University - Valley City, ND. FT position will manage VCSU's social media/direct campus photography/videog- raphy. Visit: www.vcsu.edu/jobs to apply. CIVIL ENGINEER: The Bureau of Recla- mation is seeking a qualified civil engineer for permanent Federal civilian service em- ployment in the Bismarck, North Dakota, Dakotas Area Office. This Rural Water Di- vision position will administer agreements for construction, operation, maintenance and replacement for rural water projects in North Dakota. Position provides oversight and technical assistance to project spon- sor rural water programs including review- ing construction plans and specifications and monitoring water quantity/quality to as- sure production of adequate and safe drinking water in accordance with the Safe Drinking Water Act. The positions will be filled at the GS-12 level. You MUST apply on-line at http:llwww.usbr.govlhrlhireme.html or through www.usajobs.gov announcement BR-GP-DK-18-20 or BR-DEGP-dk-18-09. The on-line application process must be completed by 12:00 midnight EST on Jan- uary 25, 2018. If you have specific ques- tions regarding the applications process, please call 406-247-7696. The Bureau of Reclamation is an Equal Employment Op- portunity employer. PARK BOARD RECREATION MAN- AGER- Develops and coordinates year- round recreation programs, tournaments, ND FARM LAND Values surge upward. Are you selling or renting? Pifer's Auction and Farm Land Management. Bob Pifer 701.371.8538. Kevin Pifer 701.238.5810. Free valuation. BUYING VALMAR, GANDY applicators used. Call Paul at Daily Bread Machinery, 763-286-2037. LOOKING FOR THE most complete listing of ND Media? ND Media Guide. Only $25! Call 701-223-6397, ND Newspaper Asso- ciation. WE MAKE IT easy to place an ad in one or all 90 North Dakota newspapers. One order, one bill, one check. We provide the ad de- sign and tear sheets. Call the North Dakota Newspaper Association, 701-223-6397. For Rent Wrestlers have successful week By Sarah Martian in 2:49 to Damon Slaven (Williams Correspondent County) The Bowman County/Beach Bowman County/Beach, 60, vs. wrestlers had a busy week with a re- Watford City, 18: gional dual on Tuesday evening 126# Samuel Clarke lost by a fall against New Salem, a dual tourna- in 1:28 to Braedon Gumke (WC) ment Friday and the Levi Wisness 132# Jacoby Mattern won by a tournament on Saturday. fall in 2:42 over Tyler Erickson Tuesday evening, the wrestlers (WC) met New Salem at the Hettinger Tri- 138 # Tyson Mattern won by a angular and defeated New Salem 55- fall in 1:13 over Trey Polivka (WC) 21. 152# Brannon Davidson won by The dual tournament held in Wat- an 8-4 decision over Nick Fiedler ford City Friday afternoon included (WC) teams from Velva, Watford City, Sid- 170# Clayton Mattern received a ney junior varsity, New forfeit Town/Alexander, MonDak and Bowman County/Beach, 51, vs. Williams County. The Bowman Velva, 27: County/Beach wrestlers defeated 132# Jacoby Mattern won by a Williams County in their first dual fall in 3:52 over Bransyn Yanish 70-12. In their second dual, the (Velva) Bowman County/Beach wrestlers 138# Tyson Mattern received a defeated Watford City 60-18. In the forfeit championship round, the Bowman 160# Clay Mattern won by a fall County/Beach wrestlers won over in 5:09 over Jon Thomas (Velva) Velva 51-27 to bring home the cham- 170# Riley Frieze lost by a pin in pionship trophy. 1:14 to Brock Selzler (Velva) Bowman County/Beach wrestlers Levi Wisness Tournament: finished in second place as a team 132# Jacoby Mattern placed third with 202 points at the Levi Wisness Champ. Round 1 - Jacoby Mat- Tournament on Saturday, behind tern won by fall in 4:50 over Keyton Velva, which ended the day with 210 Meiers (Stanley) points. Placing first were Tucker Quarterfinal-JacobyMattern lost Strand, D.J. Martian, Jacob Ruggles in a 5-2 decision to D" marco Land and Clay Mattern; second place, (Mondak) Beau Jeffers and Nate Boehm; third Cons. Round 3 - Jacoby Mattern place, Jacoby Mattern, Mace Stuber won by fall in 2:58 over Cris Pinto and Tristen Peterson, and in fourth (Dickinson JV) place was Cole Schmalz. Cons. Semi - Jacoby Mattern won Results involving Beach wrestlers by a 5-0 decision over Brandon Sny- are: der (Beulah-Hazen) Bowman County/Beach, 55 vs. Third Place Match - Jacoby Mat- New Salem, 21 tern won by fall in 4:00 over Kolton 170# Clayton Mattern over Isaiah Reid (Sidney JV) Huus (New Salem-Almont) (Fall 160# Clay Mattern placed first 3:58) Quarterfinal - Clay Mattern won 132# Jacoby Mattern lost by a fall by fall in 3:10 over Jake Wolf (Dick- in 3:38 to Chauncy Dittus (New insonJV) Salem-Almont) Semifinal - Clay Mattern won by 152# Brannon Davidson won in a fall in 4:33 over Avery Gurney (Sid- 11-6 decision over Bryan Tavares ney JV) (New Salem-Almont) First Place Match - Clay Mattern Watford City Dual Tournament: won by fall in 5:39 over Tyler Erick- Bowman County/Beach, 70, vs.son (Beulah-Hazen) Williams County, 12 170# Riley Frieze placed fifth 126# Samuel Clarke lost by a fall Quarterfinal - Riley Frieze won in 1:02 to Hugo Garcia (Williams by fall in :55 over Robert Cole County) (Mondak) 132# Jacoby Mattern won by aSemifinal - Riley Frieze lost by a fall in :41 over Dylan Tabbert fall in 2:07 t0Brody Skogen (Sidney (Williams County) JV) 138# Tyson Mattern won by a fall Cons. Semi - Riley Frieze lost in in :23 .over Angel Guerrero a 4-2 decision to Aaron Ripplinger (Williams County) (Beulah-Hazen) 160# Clayton Mattern won by a5th Place Match - Riley Frieze and fundraising, and manages city'swim='` $200 Walmart Card fall in 1:32 over Keaton Brunelle ming pool. Applications due Feb. 16. De- ~ (with 12 month lease) ~ (Williams County) tails at www.cityofnewrockford.com. ~'~ Western View Apartments, Beach, 2~+~" 170# Riley Frieze received a for- Bedrooms Available, All Utilities Paid, felt HELP WANTED: PFEIFLE Chevrolet in Laundry Hookups, Income Based, Wishek, N.D is seeking an experienced ~ 285# Dallas Samdahl lostbya fall Service Technician. Call Dave at (701) Call Barbara 701-872-4102, Non- Smoking, Professionally Managed by 452-2375. ~ Prairie Homes Management, 1-888- 893-9501 TTY 1-800-366-6888 :, THEEL INC. Rolla, N D LOOKING FoR EXPERIENCED AUTO TECHNICIAN 701-477-3124 ASK FOR JOSH pennett Hou All Risk Crop & Hail Insurance 211 West Main Street Ada, MN 56510 16201 Old Highway 10 Sentinel Butte, ND 58654 1-800-784-2106 hougLum@toretet.net www. federalcrop.net John Germolus Wayne Lee Marisa Carlsrud This entity is an equal opportunity provider Travis Hauck Master Electrician Cell 701-872-6063 Office: 701-872-4083 4131 166th Ave. SW Beach, ND 58621 C TElectric@midstate.net. Licensed in N.D. and MT won by fall in 2:26 over Joshua Duckworth (Watford City) Cons. Round 2 - Dallas Samdahl lost by a fall in :55 to Trey Schepens (Sidney JV) CASE ELECTRIC LLC (701) 690-7145 casey31269(a gmail.com PO Box S92 Beach. ND 58621 Residential, Commercial, Agricultpral, h u trial, tJ.l~ and Ull :~, ~i~ii: You may qualify for a credit to reduce your property taxes or receive a partial refund of your rent. If you are 65 years or oldm; or disabled And if your income is $42,000 or less per year Contact your local assessment officials for more information. Tvedt Trucking, Inc. Custom Hauling Grain or Feed Livestock Local & Long Distance Roger Tvedt Wibaux, MT 406-796-2968 ball Hello, I've told you I'm not a real big football fan. I do enjoy the playoffs. It was fun seeing the Jaguars put forth a great effort against the New England Referees. And that's all I'm going to say about that because I don't want to incur a fine from the NFL. And I guess there was another game after that. And that's all I'm going to say about that be- cause Well, just because. We watched those games at home. I've told you about how Shirley is about football. She was devastated when she found out the Minnesota Twins couldn't go to the Super Bowl. And she struggles to sit through an entire game. Not unlike a lot of Viking fans yesterday. The Min- neapolis Miracle seems so long ago now. Anyway we had a couple friends over. Mike is a real football fanatic. He says he understands the many nu- ances of the game. I kind of doubt it. He didn't know who Tom Brady was. Seriously. He claimed he really knows football. And he didn't know who Tom Brady was. Then in the second game, he kept asking me, "Which one are we?" I said we are the white jerseys on defense. Two minutes later he asks, "Which ones are we again?" I explained that it depends on whether you are cheering for the Vikings or the Eagles. He didn't un- derstand that. Then I explained that the dark jerseys were on offense. And that they switched jerseys when the ball was turned over. He ques- tioned that but trusted me. Did I tell you that there were adult beverages involved? Enough of football talk. We have another couple we are friends with. I'll make up names. Let's just call them Jim and Renae. They are a nice couple. They have a nice house. They are success- ful business people. But recently they had a little problem. Renae was shopping and inadver- tently (she claims) shoplifted at the local grocery store. And she was caught. When she went before the judge, the judge didn't want to be too hard on her since she is well respected and it was her first offense. "It says here you shoplifted a can of peaches. How many peaches were in the can," the judge inquired? "Six," Renae replied. "Well," the judge said, "I'm going to sentence you to six days in jail." Jimmy, who was sitting in the back of the courtroom jumped to his feet and blurted out, "Your honor, she also stole a gallon can of peas !" No Skol this week, Dean Sue Finneman Licensed Real Estate Agent in N.D. (701) 483-6789; (701) 527-8159 cell; or suefinneman @homeandlandcompany.com Land C O M P A N Y Real Estate Professionals , OMMOD 'TY INSURANCE AGENCY ~ Insurance for Agriculture ~ Crop, Hail, Forage, Rainfall, Wh01e-Farm, Livestock, Special Event Rain Insurance, Hay Stack, Grain Fire & More Lavy Steiner 701-290-3990 Belfield lavy@ciagencynd.com www.ciagencynd.com 21 E. Main St Beach (701) 872-4967 Lunches served Wed.- Fri. Knoephla soup every Wednesday! Also open at 4 p.m Mondays and Tuesdays KEY Janitorial Service * Carpet andUphoC tery C aning * Strip andWax Floors * Disaster Cleanup Res enti zland Commercial Ken & Virginia Young Owners Glendive, MT Call 406-377-3597 www.keyj anitorial.net The Beauty Bar 91 Central Ave. S Beach Men & Women's Hair Services Men's Shaves Spray Tan Facials Make-up Appfication & Products Keratin Straightening Waxing By appointment and open for evening walk-ins. Call 872-2566 Mary Hauck Manor, Inc. . 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Visit our website and tell us what you 1"800"523"5436 i/ think, www.mjplumbingnd.com ,FELDMANN Guns N Things ONSTRUCTION since 1936 701-872-3317 Licensed Contractor Backhoe & Other Dirt Work, Design, Building and Supply, Concrete, Stone & Brick, Roofing Furnace installation New or remodeling Building your dreams through 4 generations! Beach, ND 58621 305 N Merrill Ave. Glendive, MT Guns Bought, Sold, Repaired, and Traded FFH Licensed Ernie Huether, Pres. eh7mm@mcn.net 377-3969 Firearms Gun Safes Smart Wool Ammunition Reloading Equipment PROPERTY TAX DIVISION 877-328-7088 (Ol'VlON 61 Nt ltl II DAKOTA RYAN RAUSCHENBERGER, TAX COMMISSIoNER WWW. N D.GOV/TAX/H OM E STEAD