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Page 8 Golden Valley News March 21, 2013 On Saturday, Jerry and Mary Marketplace encourages entrepre- We are pleased to report that she said Weinreis attended their grandson neurship. Several projects and display she got an "A" on her tests. Tyson Smykowski's second birthday booths were set up for the students to After eating breakfast in Bismarck party that was held at his parents' Lee view and ask questions. They all par- on Sunday morning, just by luck, the and RaeAnn (Weinreis) Smykowski's ticipated in "The Game Of Life, Play- Weinreises ran into Donna and Loft home in Bismarck. Also attending ing With Your Future," as well as Granat. They took time to go see Carl were his big sister. Hailee, aunt gaining knowledge about careers such in the hospital before they left for Melissa and uncles. Jacob and Justin as sports medicine, improving your home. Mary said Carl was happy to Weinreis. health, and also touching' on how to see them and was in good spirits, .Casey Fischer, son of Brian and start and run a successful business, which is good news to hear. Kristy Fischer of Golva, is one of the Golva has had a few residents on Mary Lee Schmitz helped man the 100 students in North Dakota who the "needing medical attention" list Beach Clinic booth during the W baux have qualified to compete in the Geo- this past week. Eva Howard has a Health Fair that was held on March graphic Bee that will be held in Bis- problem knee that has. held; her 14. As usual,there was alarge crowd. marck on April 5. Casey won at the hostage in a whedlchair for the past Christine Stewact has returned to local level, and then took a test that couple of weeks. She has been hot- her home at the Golden Valley Manor was sent in to compete at the state roding around the house on her new after being hospitalized in Glendive level. The Golva School students electric wheelchair, for a couple of weeks. She is happy to helped him celebrate his victory by On Sunday, Carl Granat was flown be back and was seen enjoying a game holding an assembly in his honor, by air ambulance from the Fallon or two of cards with her family and On Wednesday, March 13. Mark Medical Center in Baker to Bismarck, friends. Bosserman drove the school bus. where he is receiving further medical Don and Marie Nisfler were in transporting the fourth- and fifth- tests and treatments, and Bernice Kre- Dickinson on Thursday to keep an eye grade students to Dickinson to attend tinger spent a couple of days in St. appointment for Marie. She was told the Marketplace for Kids that was Joseph's Hospital, then returned for that she will be needing cataract sur- held at Dickinson State University. tests in Dickinson later in the week. gery soon. Selection of super varieties may also help in having a bountiful har- vest. Selecting plants with an early maturihg rate due'to the short grow- ing climate in North Dakota. those which have high yields, resist dis- eases and stress (regarding heat and drought), outstanding flavor and spe- cial appearance also help in acquir- ing a successful garden. Kalb also suggested to hoe and use mulch in helping to control weeds, space plants properly, use dis- ease-resistant varieties, remove dis- eased plants and parts of plants as methods of preventing disease; avoiding overhead irrigation, that watering plants in the morning is preferable, watering deeply but not frequently, and avoid going into the garden when it's wet as techniques He also advised to harvest regularly to get the most out of the plants, and to extend the season by protecting garden crops from early.frost using materials such as burlap to keep plants warm and protected, or by planting cool season vegetables. Joe Zeleznik, NDSU Extension forester, informed the group of the cause and preventive care needed in dealing with Dutch elm disease and emerald ash borer. Presenting via Skype by computer, Zeleznik cited how destructive Dutch elm disease Expo (Continued from Page 1) has been to many of the state's trees, in particular North Dakota towns such New Town and Sheyenne. Dutch elm disease is caused by a fun- gus that is spread by bark beetles, or transmitted, by root grafts from one tree to the next. Management options that some have used is to do nothing, which only results in a loss of the majority of those trees, and preven- tive fungicide injections, usually through the root system as spraying has been found not that effective. But the injections, can become costly which small towns generally cannot afford. The third way, and least costly for smaller communities, is the quick and total removal of all infected trees. This is possibly the best ap- proach as losses in this manner have often been less than 1 percent per year. The ash borer is not as prevalent in North Dakota at this time, but it may still be a risk if the state is not alert in keeping the insect at bay. At present, the majority of damage to these trees have been seen in the east- erq portion of the United States, in- cluding Minnesota, and the ash borer would unfortunately be able to with- stand North Dakota winters. As to when this pelt may get here is uncer- tain. Speculation has given it any where from 5 to 35 years. The best approach is to be pre- pared. The do nothing approach is not the way, but the sanitation ap- proach, which is removing some of the trees, or spraying the adult in- sects, has not been an efficient deter- rence either, said Zeleznik. Systemic insecticides applied to the soil, stem injection, or stem sprayed seems to have helped, but the best option for now seems to re- volve saving individual trees. Home- owners can help their trees by soil drenching with Imidacloprid, which has proven to be 70 - 80 percent ef- fective. Twertty plus such products have been registered in North Dakota. Homeowners could also use Dinotefuran, which can be sprayed on bark or through soil-applied gran- ules, which has also been 70 - 80 per- cent effective. At least eight of this type are registered in North Dakota. Additon. The summary of Golva News-on pageI of the March 14 editions was written by Shirley Schulte. Her byline was inadver- tently omitted. passer who gets better everyday. Kari has been playing more quality minutes as her codfidence has grown. Kari is usually the first to come off the bench, subbing in for an interior player. She has been a spark at the right time for her Buc- caneer's this post season. Hailee Farstveet Hailee is, a junior and is a true point guard with a lot of experience beginning with her eighth-grade sea- son. She has played an instrumental part in the last three state tourna- ments. Hailee is the quarterback of the Buccaneer team, who begins with her defensive skills. With her range and quickness, she can be a nightmare for her assigned oppo- nents. Bailey Waldal Bailey is a junior and plays at a guard/forward position with a strong work ethic. She plays bigger than l er size and is very explosive up and down the floor. Bailey is a fierce competitor who can be a handful to guard for her opponents. Her signa- ture is hustle. She lo es the game and loves to compete at a high level. She cab muscle up against the "bigs" or go out and defend the perimetei-, making her a very versitile player both on defense and offense as well. Cid Stedman Cid is a junior who is very unique and presents tough match-up prob- lems for her opponents. She can Champions (Continued from Page 1) play the post because of her size and strength, but also can pop out and score a long range 3-pointer. She also plays point guard because of her ballhandling skills and leadership qualities. Paige Rising Paige is a junior and has been very dedicated to her team and be- cause of that has made improve- ments in her game. She has become more competitive and is beginning to finish at the basket. Paige is a very good teammate who has been of great help with the younger play- ers. Megan Benes Megan, a junior, played most of her minutes on the B squad while . 1. " . gammg valuable playmg time and learning experience. Learning to play with "poise" will be the key to her success. She is a good teamrflate on and off the court and always plays hard. Chantel Fulton Chantel, a junior, has a good feel for the game. Chantel, when left un- attended will be called upon to hit the outside shot. Ashlynn Dietz Sophmore Ashlynn will be looked upon to help her team from the outside. Ashlynn, like many, will have the green light to shoot and score from the outside. She under- stands her role that could give her team a big lift coming off the bench. Lateasha Lechler She is a sophomore and is learm ing how to be more aggressive around the basket. She has the strength to pla3; the interi'or part on the floor. Lateasha'will have to be strong on the boards and an outlet tO her running t ammates. Channa Clarin Channa, a sophmore, has been out for the season rehabilitating her knee after a late November ACL surgery.: Baili Nielsen Baili, a freshman, is-very aggres~ sive on defense and continues to ge~ better on the offensive end of the floor. She is a small forward who coaches know what they are going tq get from her tenacity on the boards. Brooklynn Zachmann Brooklynn. a freshman, is a natu~ ral type of player who fits in the Bucs' work ethic of wanting to be a" player. Brooklynn has a great dea~. of poise that was good enough to play the sixth-man role on last year'~ team as an eighth grader. She can re-' bound with the best of them and has gained a lot of confidence in Marct and just at the right time. The first associate coach is Loni; Hall Thilmony. She also teaches mathematics. She played her high school basketball career in Parshall being named to the All State team. The associate coach is Shae Hutchinson Peplinski, who also teaches in special education. Membership Meedn g . Monday, March 25th 0 Elks Club - Dickinson Registration 5:30 pro" Buffet o 6:30 pm Elections & Informational Meeting will follow Western Cooperative CREDIT UNIDN DICKINS(3N: 291:! 1 5TH qT. WEST 721 STATE AVE 22~7m(~1 glgl 1 "BCIt3"733Z322Et BEACH: 61:] NE 2ND ST " B72-2ZB WWW-WP" P- U" rlR (3 ~ .NCUA **-A- LINEUP. FINAL DAYS THE TIME IS NOW. THE SPRING BONUS IS HERE. 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