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Page 2 Golden Valley News April 19, 2018 N.D. Farmers Union opens * Kenneth Rogers restaurant Prairie d for rangeland enoo o.ors69 oac, asse awayon .l O18 To the editor: the U.S. Forest Service perspective, ington. The Forest Se.rvice ac- Arrangements and a full obituary are pending. A memorial service will be JAMESTOWN - Reston, Va is A recent article printed in The For a realistic appraisal, ask any knowledged there is a problem on held later in the summer. the site of North Dakota Farmers Bismarck Tribune and The Dickin- rancher who has had to deal with widespread federal grasslands and Union's seventh farmer-owned son Press about prairie dogs is a mas- these pests, contrived a control plan which will Aprilrestaurantthat pened itsd0ors Onll in partnership withAgraria terpiece of misrepresentation, I have a section of prime farmland take years to implement. The plan m n- M in bill deception and deliberate falsehoods, located in the Badlands on an an- consists of 171 pages, most of it ir- L. L. C. members and the Farmers Prairie dogs are portrayed as benign cient terrace above the Little Mis- relevant. I signed Restaurant Group. and appealing little creatures with a souri River. In recent years two The Forest Service sees the dog a Founding Farmers Reston is 1o- positive effect on native grasslands, colonies of prairie dogs from adja- as an integral part of a grassland cared at Reston Station on D.C.'s Nothing could be further from the cent federal land have encroached on ecosystem. It should by its uniquely WASHINGTON - U.S. Sens. Indian Country, and I'm thrilled Metro subway line. Just five months truth. They are in reality a cancer on the section, digging hundreds of aggressive and destructive nature be Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D and John the president has now signed our ago, the organization opened its first the prairie, destroying valuable holes, causing extensive crop dam- consigned and limited to established McCain, R-Ariz announce that bipartisan bill into law," Heitkamp location outside of the Beltway near rangeland. The appearance of an ac- age and degrading the value of the parks, their bipartisan bill to expand said. "Sen. McCain shares my pus- Philadelphia. tivecolony is a sickening sight. Pic- land. I have used poison as a control Incredibly, over time the Forest AMBER Alerts in Indian Country sion for protecting children and ture acres of holes and mounds of but it's of limited effect when the Service intends to substantially in- has been signed into law. improving law enforcement in in- Military extracted soil, little if any vegetation; "government" dogs keep comingcrease the scope of the dogs on pab- "This bipartisan success willfix dianCountry, and our bill will give a wasteland devoid of any value, through the fence, lic land. Imagine your doctor telling a weak link in our ability to find law enforcement more tools to m Iw m m II II IJ i~, Animals instinctively avoid these My complaints to the Forest Serv- you cancer is good for you. and protect children who have solve and prevent crimes and keep X~X idlX-mXXX ~X~ IUi~~ areas, fearful ofbreaking a lego The ice were ignored until I engaged our Dick Kukowski been abducted or run away from children safe,I' article was obviously written fromcongressional delegation in WaSh- Beach plan NDG&F report successful pronghorn hunt M 15- II Hunter success during last fall's consisting of 264 bucks, 10doesand To the editor: than 20 million miles of underground homes and communities. Repair can pronghorn hunting season was 75 one fawn. Each hunter spent an aver- ELLSWORTH AIR F(JRCE With excavation season almostutilities, be costly, running well into the thou- percent, according to statistics pro- age of 2.4 days afield. BASE, S.D. - Combat Raider, a here, it's important to know what's Whether );ou're building a deck, sands, vided by the North Dakota Game and Three percent of the harvest oc- large force exercise involving vari- below, fence or installing a mailbox or Regardless of the time of year al- Fish Department. curred during the archery-only por- ous military aircraft, is scheduled While April is National Safe Dig- planting trees and shrubs always call ways be aware and be safe. Not only Game and Fish issued 410 li- tion of the season. to begin May 15 in the Powder ging Month, every month is equally 811 before digging, does calling 811 reduce the chance of censes (255 lottery and 155 gratis), The 2018 pronghorn hunting sea- River Training Complex, and will important when it comes to digging During commercial construction bodily harm and causing damage, it's and 366 hunters took 275 pronghorn, son will be determined in July. conclude May 17. safely whether you're a contractor, the potential to damage facilities in- the law. Calling North Dakota One The exercises provide joint and landscaper or "do-it-yourselfer." cluding gas mains, fiberoptic cable Call before you dig is quick, easy coalition training under realistic Calling 811 and getting lines and underground electric lines also and prevents injury, costly fines and North Dakota Game and Fish scenarios that replicate comb'at op- marked before you dig can mean the exists, outages. erations against modern threats, difference between experiencingdeath and se- Agricultural work involvingand When your involved in excava- S nn n snrinn o Earth ,nay Prelect During this period, people living vere injury or even safely tiling, livestock water lines fenc- tion activity this season, be safe and r v l J L under the PRTC military operations completing a project. Living in a ing means calling 811 ahead of time, remember to call ahead. The North Dakota Game and Fish from highways, lakes and riverS; and areas can expect to see multiple modem-day society means under- keeping in mind erosion can reduce Brian Kroshus types of aircraft utilizing the areas ground facilities including gas and line depth of facilities over time. N.D. Public Service commie- Department is once again celebrat- only allow older participants to pick simultaneously, electric can always be present, hid- Not only can a line strike cause sioner ing Earth Day by sponsoring clean- up broken glass. There is also potential for loud den just below the surface. In the severe injury, it has the potential to Pipeline Safety and Damage Pre- up days on publicly owned or Interested participants are asked managed lands, to contact Pat Lothspeich at 328- noises associated with sonic United States today there are more interrupt service for neighboring vention Portfolio holder With Earth Day recognized April 6332 to receive a reporting form for booms. All B-1 supersonic activi- : 22, each member of a school, Girl their project. ties will occur above 20,000 feet m can s ea level and all transient Scout, Boy Scout, 4-H club or youth organization who participates in ABBREVIATED NOTICE fighter supersonic activity will cleaning up public lands through occur above 10,000 feet above OF INTENT TOADOPT May will receive a specifically de- ground level. Residents living signed conservation patch. ADMINISTRATIVE RULES In relating to the Establishrnent of the Department under the following PRTC military Groups participating in the Earth Of Environmental Quality operations areas may be affected by Day project are encouraged to take these activities: Powder River the following precautions to ensure North Dakota Two, Powder River Three and the TheN0ith,Dak'ota Department of The Ford DSFLpr0gram ~is erie curred every three hours. Because of safety: keep young people away area known as Gap B. Combined, Transportatiofi (NDDOT) is seeking of thenation's m~st eompreh'ens~'vc these statistics, it is important to con Department those, ehree,areas are mostly in teen drivers"with'ai`permit or license teen driver saf~td programs:and,al- tinually educate teen drivers and pro- ~' of Health and the southeastern Montana, and partly between the ages of 14-18 to attend a lows participants to get involved in vide them with opportunities to in North Dakota along the border free, one-day Ford Driving Skills for a variety of traffic safety activities, enhance their driving skills to move Environmental with Montana. Life (DSFL) safety event in Bis- Teens will have the opportunity to toward the goal of zero fatalities and A map of the airspace can be marck on Saturday, May 12 at the drive through a challenging course serious injuries from motor vehicle Health Section Chief, found on the Ellsworth Air Force Bismarck Event Center. with various obstacles, witness crashes in North Dakota through the Base website. There will be two sessions avail- how a vehicle can disappear in a Vision Zero initiative, on behalf Non-military aircraft should able, fromSa.m, tol21~.m, orlp.m, truck's blind spots, and experience To be a part of this exclusive and Van or Bus Service of the North thoroughly review the Federal Avi- to 5 p.m. Each session is limited to simulators that focus on impaired exciting opportunity, visit the ation Administration's Notices to 50 teens. The Alive at 25 course will driving, distracted driving and the NDDOT website at Billings County Dakota Department Airmen, or NOTAMs, and reviewalso be available for those teens who importance of wearing your seat www.dot.nd.gov/dsfl.htm. The dead- Golden Valley County of Environmental flight plans to avoid these areas and are interested. Alive at 25 is an inter- belt. line to register for this traffic safety altitudes where aircraft will be par- active classroom that is designed to Vehicle crashes are the leading event is May 4. To confirm your reg- Distance of 160 Miles Quality ticipating. This can be done by call- reduce the likelihood of young driv- cause of death for people ages 15-24 istration, you will receive an e - mail CALL: 701-872-3836 will hold a public hearing to ing 1-800-WXBRIEF, or online at ere ending up in a motor vehicle in the United States. In 2017 in North from the NDDOT prior to the event. Our board meets at 9:30 a.m address proposed changes to the https://sua.faa.gov/ and crash. Dakota, one teen driver crash oc- Parents are encouraged to attend, first Tuesday of each month at NO. Admin. Code and state http://www. 1800wxbrief.com. 701 S. Central Ave Beach. implementation plan for air pollution The NOTAMs for the exercise The public is invitedl control: are the final official notice and will Campaign results in 166 arrests citations ND Department of Health be issued by the FAA 72 hours ~ EnvironmentaITraining Center prior to its start. BISMARCK - Law enforcementpaired, under the influence arrests. There 2639 East Main Avenue agencies across the state joined el- A total of 723 citations were at- were another 31 arrests or citations Bismarck, ND forts for the Drive Sober or Get tributed to the added enforcement pa- for other alcohol-related violations Tuesday, June 5, 2018 Pulled Over enforcement campaign trois, the NDDOT said on April 10. such as minor in consumption or 1:30 p,m. CDT from March 1 through March 31, to Of the total citations, 93 were nice- open container and 42 drug-related rhe proposed changes are the adoption of deter motorists from driving im- hol-related, of which 82 were driving arrests. N.D. Admin. Code arts. 33.1-03, 33.1-10, Golden Valley News 33.1-15, 33.1-17, 33.1-18, 33.1-19, 33.1- 20, 33.1-23, 33.1-24, 33.1-34, and 33.1-35. P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621 (U.S.P.S. Pub. Some of the rules in Article 33.1-15 will Lawler Angus Ranch No 221-280) be submitted to the U.S Environmental Protection Agency as a revision to the State The Golden Valley News is pub- Implementation Plan (SIP) for air pollution lished each Thursday, 22 Central control as required by the Federal Clean Ave, Suite 4, Beach, ND 58621 by Air Act The public hearing will address 2 Year Old Black Angus & Nordmark Publishing. Periodicals these rules and other SIP revisions and postage paid at Beach, ND and addi- documentation for approval/delegation of tional mailing offices, air pollution programs for the Department SimAngus Bulls--Private Treaty! POSTMASTER: Send, address of Environmental Quality. This includes changes to: Golden Valley News, programs that implement the New Source $$One Price- Choice of Pen~ PO Box 156, Beach, ND 58621. Performance Standards, "lqtle V Permitto Please allow two to three weeks for Operate, Acid Rain requirements, Emission new subscriptions, renewal of ex- Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants, 70 1 "782 "4280 pired subscriptions and for address Asbestos Accreditation, and the Emission changes. Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Contact Information Source Categones. o Phone: 701.872-3755 A copy of the proposed rules and SIP- . Fax: 701-872-3756 related materials may be obtained at the I i "Insurance nc v, ws Emai,: Department's website at deq.nd.gov/ goldenandbillings~gmail.com PublicNotice.aspx or by writing the NDDH We welcome letters to the editor concerning issues of area interest or regarding Subscriptions: at 918 East Divide Ave. Bismarck, ND stories and editonals that have been published. 1 year: $34 Golden Valley County 58501 or calling 701.328.5150. Also, Letters should be limited to 400 words. 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The Golden Valley News Is a proud address at least seven days prior to the Please include your name, address and phone number on your letter or column member of the North Dakota public hearing. aruce Ross so that we can contact you. Your address and phone number will not be published. Newspaper AssoclaUon. Dated this 11th day of April, 2018 110 Central Ave. South, Beach, ND (701) 872-4461 (office) Golden Valley News/Billings County Pioneer, P.O. Box 156, Beach, N.D. 58621; All content is copyrighted. L David Glatt (Across from Bank of the West) (701) 872-3075 (home) goldenandbillings@gmail com Established Aug. 15, 1919. Section Chief . 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