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March 6, 2014 Golden Valley News Page 5 M Hello, They keep promising that the weather will warm up. Next week. It's always next week. I mean, my phone gives me a forecast for 15 days out. And since the first of De- cember, next week is going to be a lot warmer. I suppose eventually they will get it right. Now, I am getting an occasional complaint when I miss an article in one of the papers. I am just here to tell you that sometimes, well maybe usually, it is my fault. But some- times, I get the article written, send it off, and it is destined to wander around in cyberspace, or telephone lines, or wherever bad stories go when they die. If you are reading this article today, it got there. If you are not, it didn't. I was looking at the used hay that is building up in our pens and on the feed ground where we are wintering cows and I got to thinking about cleaning pens. Shirley says I should Hat Tips By Dean Meyer never think, but I couldn't help it. And then I started thinking about the year Shirley helped me. There are two things that Shirley is not pretty good at. She's real poor with a rope. I mean, she is really, really bad. And she's not a real good mechanic. She can operate most machinery, with a quick lesson, but she's poor at re- pairs. Pretty good grease monkey though. One year she rented a Bobcat. No, not an animal. A skid steer,loader. She was cleaning out some sheds, spreading a little gravel, hauling a lit- tle garbage. Just kind of odds and ends. Fall kind of stuff. Stuff that in December, if you don't do it, you wish you had. She had been on the Bobcat for a couple of days, and I was running the loader tractor. The loader tractor has cab and air. The Bobcat has no cab, and fresh air. It was a hundred and something with about a thirty mile per hour wind. I watched her dump- ing that dry manure out. No matter which way she dumped it, it would blow back in her face. I felt sorry for her and turned my air conditioner down a notch. Now, every year, for forty some years, I have tried to keep the excite- ment in our marriage. I am con- stantly looking for something to keep that "spark" alive. And as I watched her working hour after hour in that hot sun. With that fine dust blowing up all around and through that ma- chine, I had an idea. So, armed only with my quick wit and loud voice, I did it. I climbed up on the back of the Bobcat while she was working away. I reached in, grabbed her neck and screamed. Talk about keeping spark in a marriage! She can still get pretty excited! Later, Dean Applications being accepted for specialty crop grants The North Dakota Department ofinvesting in specialty crop research, gram/specialty-crop-block-grant- Agriculture (NDDA) is now accept- enhancing food safety, pest and dis- program. ing applications for 2014 Specialty ease control and development of Applications must be submitted Crop Grants. local and regional food systems," he in electronic form by 4 p.m., Friday, "Projects that promote the pro- said. "Projects that directly benefit May 23, 2014. An external review duction, processing and use of spe- specific, commercial products or committee will review and score the cialty crops in the North Dakota are profit a single organization, institu- applications. The successful applica- eligible for these grants," said Agri- tion or individual are not eligible." tions will be forwarded onto the culture Commissioner Doug USDA defines specialty crops as USDA for final approval. The grants Goehring. "Organizations, institu- "fruits and vegetables, tree nuts, will be awarded in late fall/early tions and individuals are encouraged dried fruits and horticulture and winter. to submit proposals on their own or nursery crops." Specialty crops In the past, the maximum grant in partnerships." grown commercially in North amount was $100,000, but Goehring Goehring said delayed passage of Dakota include dry beans, dry peas, said the possibility of increased the 2014 Farm Bill means the lentils, potatoes, confection sun- funding from AMS means larger amount that USDA's Agricultureflowers, grapes, honey and various grants may be possible. Projects Marketing Service will award North vegetables, funded by the grants must be corn- Dakota for the grants is not yet Goehring said an information pleted within 18 months. known, manual with application instructions, For further information, contact "Eligible applications include de- scoring criteria and an application NDDA's Specialty Crop Grant Ad- veloping new and improved seed va- template can be found on NDDA's ministrator Emily Edlund at (701) rieties, reducing distribution costs, website: 328-2191 or Applicants sought for State Board of Higher Education BISMARCK - Individuals inter-The SBHE is the governing body ate, Speaker of the House of Repre- ested in serving on the State Board for the North Dakota University sentatives, President of the North of Higher Education (SBHE) are System, which includes the state's Dakota Education Association, and tional Quilters' Day activities planned BISMARCK - The public is in- vitedtoaday of individual and fam- All events, except for quilting classes, are ily activities on Saturday, March 15 free and open to the public. They are spon- commemorating National Quilters' Day. Quilt 'tilYou Drop! events will sored by the State Historical Society of take place from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at North Dakota and the Capital Quilters of Bis- the North Dakota Heritage Center, located on the state capitol grounds marck, in Bismarck. All events, except for quilting Martha Downs, Deb Long, and open to the public at the North classes, are free and open to the pub- Jenny Yearous. A small registration Dakota Heritage Center from Satur- lie. They are sponsored by the State fee is required. For information on day, March 15 through Sunday. Historical Society of North Dakota registration, visit www.ndcapi- March 16. and the Capital Quilters of BiN- or call the State His- Since 1981, the Capital Quilters marck, torical Society at (701) 328-2099. have participated in numerous quilt The event will feature classes, During Open Sewing throughout shows,displays and demonstrations. open sewing opportunities, and a the day, quilters are welcome to The group has also featured quiltsin quilt show. Capital Quilters of BiN- work on their own projects sewing several exhibits at BAGA and the marck will conduct quilting classes projects or finish a class project. Bismarck Veterans Memorial Public from 9:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. with Spaceis limited, so registration is re- Library, and sponsored many quilt their quilting instructors including quired. Aquilt show showcasing tal- shows. They also host Quiltfest in Michelle Ripplinger, Alice Schott, ents of the Capital Quilters will be late October. Program can now cover area corn growers USDA Farm Service Agency State counties in westem North Dakota was counties. The application deadline Executive Director Aaron Krauter approved to allow the use of NAP for the 2014 NAP coverage for all says non-irrigated corn for grain has coverage for non-irrigated corn for non-insurable spring planted and for- been added as a covered crop under grain beginning with the 2014 crop age crops, including grass for hay and the 2014 Noninsured Crop Disaster year. Counties approved for the pol- grazing is March 17, 2014. Assistance Program in some North icy change are: Adams, Billings, Interested producers can apply for 'Dakota Counties. Coverage under Bowman, Burke, Divide, Golden Val- coverage at their local FSA office. NAP is equivalent to the catastrophic ley, McKenzie, Slope and Williams. Additional information on NAP and risk protection level of crop insur- Crop insurance through USDA other FSA programs can be obtained ance. Risk Management Agency cannot be from local FSA offices or online at A request for an exemption in nine purchased for this crop use in these Higher rates of STDs reported in North Dakota BISMARCKThe North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) is reporting an increase in the number of confirmed sexu- ally transmitted disease (STD) cases. Cases of gonorrhea and syphilis have risen, according to Lindsey VanderBusch of the Division of Disease Control at the NDDoH. Statewide data show that the num- ber of cases of syphilis has risen from 15 to 24 since 2012. The number of cases of gonorrhea has increased from 340 cases to 471 cases since 2012. People at risk for STDs include: young people ages 15 to 24 who are sexually active "We wanted to raise the issue with providers to make sure members of the pub- lic are getting diagnosed and treated appro- priately." Lindsey VanderBusch in their early stages with antibi- see many instances of certain sex- otics. If left undiagnosed and un- ually transmitted diseases and may treated, STDs can eventually cause not recognize some of the symp- serious complications, including toms they see as being caused by sterility or even death. For those an STD. We wanted to raise the who may not be able to afford issue with providers to make sure health care, "there are clinics and members of the public are getting several local public health units diagnosed and treated appropri- across the state that can provide re- ately," said VanderBusch. duced or no-cost testing and treat- encouraged to submit applications 11 publicly supported colleges and Chief Justice of the North Dakota people with multiple sexual ment," VanderBusch said. for appointment to the board, an- universities. The board is com- Supreme Court. . partners One of the major hurdles with nourtced,Kirsten Baesler, nominat- prised of seven members who serve Applications must be received no people who use condoms in- treating STDs is not only treating ing committee chairman, four-year terms, one student mem- ~l, ater,Lhan 5.:00 P,m, DO M0pday~w,cnsistently .... the patient, but also treating their "~ The vacancies will, be createcl'"'ber", a nola-Voting'faculty adVisor March 10,2014 and must include a'~ people who have anonymous Those who may when~hd terms of current board and a non-voting staff advisor, rfsum6 and supporting references, sexual partners be relh~f~/nt t6 ~ek ~reatment be- members Kirsten Diederich, Fargo; Current SBHE members are Terry Applications for the vacant position people who are sexually active cause of privacy concerns should and Duaine Espegard, Grand Forks Hjelmstad, Minot; Don Morton, may be obtained online or via re- and infected with HIV understand that testing, treatment Please suppo your local merchants! expire June 30, 2014. The nomi- Fargo; Kathleen Neset, Tioga; Karl quest to Baesler. Online, go to North Dakotans can reduce their and notification of partners is all nating committee will meet at 1:00 Reichert, Bismarck; and Grant risk of being infected with an STD done confidentially. According to p.m. in the Office of the Chief Jus- Shaft, Grand Forks; Devon Hof-n53472.pdf for an application or to by: VanderBusch,"programs are avail- tice of the North Dakota Supreme farth, student member, Mayville; abstaining from sexual activ- able to ensure those who are diag- Court onApril 1,2014 and will for- Doug Munski, non-voting faculty struct/instruct53472.pdf to review ity nosed and their partners are tested ward three nominations for each va- advisor, Fargo; and Janice Hoffarth, the list of nominee considerations. having only erie non-infected and treated approPriately." sexual partner The NDDoH is contacting Cant position to the Governor's non-voting staff advisor, Grand Direct requests may be made to Office. Any board member ap- Forks. KirstenBaesler, Department of Pub- using condoms consistently physicians throughout the state to pointed by the governor must be In addition to Baesler, the nomi- lic Instruction, 600 East Boulevard with every sexual encounter remind them to be aware of peNNi- confirmed by the 2014 North nating committee consists of the Ave., Bismarck, ND 58505-0440 or Syphilis, gonorrhea and ble STD exposures when they see Dakota Senate. President Pro Tempore of the Sen- by phone at (701) 328-4572. chlamydia are more easily treated patients. "Some physicians do not whPUt Your' Money I ere Your Ho ,e Is, NORTH DAKOTA'S LARGEST!! 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