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April 29, 2010 Page 5 Courthouse News The following are cases closed in District Court in Billings County in March: Speeding: Dean J. Braasch, Minot; Nathan A. Cote, Dickinson; Erik R. Ochsner, Williston; Aaron D. Trauger, Dickinson; Kelan W. Luptak, Dickinson; Jesse J. Dietze, Wellsboro, Penn.; Nakyla E. Wrolson, Williston; Echo A. Natschke, Regent; Damian W. Hughes, Williston; Klint E. Hentges, Williston; Robert L. Kitchen, Dickinson; James E. Cashman, Montana City, Mont.; Gene E. Transtrom, Arnegard; Cathy J. Yinelnan, Dickinson; Deanna L. Melito, Windsor, Ontario: Mark V. Suelzle, Watford City; Jay R. Bean, Watford City; Talia M. Bang, Derek A. Klang, Watford City: Nell C. Breimeier, Mandan; Robert M. Schaff, Bowman; Heidi F. Beckman, Zimmerman, Minn.; Tiffany N. Wanner, Beach; Richard D. Householder, Houston, Texas; t . Ashley N. Gordon, Watford aty. Speeding: Trista A. Kittleson, Fairview, Mont.; Derrick F. Haws, Dinosaur, Colo.: Tyler D. Davis- Bums. Townsend, Mont.; Sean R. Dereski, Esterhazy, Sask.; Carol L. Calenberg, Portland, Ore.; Dale A. Beaudoin, Dickinson; Stanly S. Hudson, jr., Grand Forks; Steele B. Tescher, Beach; Robert A. Sutherland, Pagosa Springs, Colo.; Brent J. Innis, Williston; Mark A. Loeding, Billings, Mont.; Bryan P. Jacklitch, Breckenridge, Minn.; Michael J. Haltzer. Bismarck; Lyle R. Donovan, Williston; Jaime M. r Chapa, Kingsville, Texas; Chris E. Batchelder, Vernal, Utah; Krystle L. Folland, Watford City; Gregory C. Fox, Avon, Minn.; Loren E. Foster, Banner, Wyo.; Jacob L. Kruchowski, Thief River Falls, Minn.; Ranse L. Lyson, Marmarth; Bradley S. Keller, Live Oak, Texas; Tate R. Miller, Bismarck; Patricia D. Lucero, Williston; Edith A. Finley, Ft. Yates; Ian H. Kubik, Dickinson; Tyrell G. Moberg, Watford City; Gwendotyn A. Stanton, Rapid City, S.D. Violations of registration pro- vision: Stanley S. Hudson Jr., Grand Forks Overtook when unsafe: Daniel V. Nelson, Bismarck Operator failed to wear seat belt: Ronnald D. Wissink, Beach; Travis L. Johnson. New Town; Jane M. Praus, Dickinson Defective Brakes or no safety chains on trailer: Ronnald D. Wissink, Beach Failed to display current regis- tration, plates, tabs: Ryan C. Elkin, Dickinson. Driving without liability insur- ance: Luis A. Gomez, Mattawa, Wash. Driving while license privilege is suspended: Luis A. Gomez, Mattawa, Wash.; William L. Nicholson 2nd, Glendive; Daniel Z. Tyson, Seattle, Wash.; Crystella R. Griego, Richardton; Shellia A. St. George, Milbank, S.D. Roundtable to focus on rural housing issues DEVILS LAKE - Finding suit- able housing in many rural North Dakota communities is a difficult task. In some areas, it has been a generation since new homes or apartments were built. In that time, both the economy and the needs of the people have changed. Tools designed to help rural leaders address shortfalls will be showcased at a Regional Housing Roundtable on Wednesday, May 19, from noon to 3 p.m. in the Chautauqua Gallery at Lake Region State College, 1801 College Dr., Devils Lake. "Many communities lack housing that will accommodate an aging pop- ulation, and domot have appropriate workforce housing. At the round- table, community leaders have an opportunity to learn about technical assistance and financial resources that address these challenges," said Jolene Kline, North Dakota Housing Finance Agency's planning and housing development director, Roundtable attendees will be introduced to a Statewide Technical Assistance Team and learn what resources these housing profession- als can provide. The attendees will also hear about how a demand analysis can expand housing oppor- tunities, and they will learn to prior- itize (musing needs. "STAT was established-to aid communities in devising a housing strategy, and offers the support and resources needed to help them meet their housing goals," said Kline, who heads the group. Assistance from STAT is target- ed to communities of less than 20,000 population. A collaboration of both public and non-profit agen- cies, the partners help community leaders define housing needs, devel- op necessary projects and see the projects through to completion. City and county commissioners; legislators; housing, economic and job development authority mem- bers; local lenders; and rural elec- tric cooperative representatives are encouraged to attend the round- table. To RSVP or for questions, con- tact Chris Schilken at (701) 662- 4933, (800) 233-8048 or forward- The registration deadline is May 10. For more information about housing resources available to rural communities, contact Jolene Kline at (701) 328-8080, (800) 292-8621, (800) 366-6888 (TTY) or NDSCS awards scholarships WAHPETON - The North Dakota State College of Science has awarded academic scholarships to 117 stu- dents from seven states. The scholar- ships recognize and reward students for academic achievement, test scores, and participation in extracur- ricular and volunteer activities. Recipients include: Michelle Groll, Beach, $1,000. NDSCS is a two-year, compre- hensive, residential college with its main campus located in Wahpeton, and a second site, referred to as the Skills and Technology Training Center, located in Fargo. Racing News TWO DOWN, ONE TO GO! See if you can guess which one of these lads' kites is still fly- ing high! "Je/ql Alonl aql s! eAeO :JaMsu V Tvivi00 1. MOVIES: What 1997 movie starred actors Helen Hunt and Jack Nicholson? 2. MYTHOLOGY: What was the unusual feature possessed by Sleipnir. the horse belonging to the chief Norse god Odin? 3. LANGUAGE: What is meant by the French term "'lse-majest"? 4. TELEVISION: What was the name of the headmistress in "'The Facts of Life"? 5. POETRY: Who wrote the poem "Nothing Gold Can Stay"? 6. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What is the only kind of food that a silkworm will eat? 7. LEGAL: If someone dies "'intes- tate." what does that mean? 8. CHEMISTRY: What is the symbol for the element tungsten? 9. CHILDREN'S STORIES: How many trips does Jack make to the Giant's castle in "'Jack and the Beanstalk"? 10. DISCOVERIES: What did 17th- centu, scientist William Harvey dis- cover about the human body? Answers 1. "As Good as it Gets" 2. Eight legs 3. Crime against a ruler 4. Edna Garrett 5. Robert Frost 6. Mulberry leaves 7. Without a will 8. W 9. Three 10. The role of arteries and veins in By Samantha Weaver It was Pulitzer Prize-winning Alllerican author John Steinbeck, best known for "The Grapes of Wrath" and "Of Mice and Men," who made the following .sage observation: "The writer must believe that what he is doing is the most imptlrtant thing in the world. And he Inust hold to this illusion even when he knows it is not true." If you're planning a summer trip to Maine. you won't wanl to miss the stunning tourist attraction to be found on Peaks Ishmd,. There you'll find an entire museum devoted to housing a rather extensive conection of umbrel- la covers. In the United States, January is the least popular month for weddings. If you've never heard of the quag- ga, don't blame yourself. The crea- ture, once found on the plains of Africa, has been extinct since 1883. An odd-looking creature, this sub- species of zebra was once thought to be half-zebra, half horse. Though the front part of its body had the zebra's stripes, those stripes t:aded out mid- body and the rest of the equine looked remarkably like a common horse. It's been cl9.imed that 19th-century English naturalist Charles Darwin devoted eight years to studying the lowly barnacle. We all know that the day after Thanksgiving is commonly known as Black Friday, thanks to all the crowds seeking out deals on Christmas gifts, but have you ever wondered how it got that uame? It seems that the moniker originated back in 1965 when the Philadelphia police department came up with the name alter having to deal with the traffic jams and shopping crowds. "'To keep deer rrorn eating plants, slip remnants of bar soap into pieces of pantyhose and hang on plants. The deer can't stand the smell." -- M.R. in Cali fornia Here's a, decorative way to absorb excess odor irt damp spaces (like bathrooms or basements). Wrap a plastic container with pretty shelf paper and add charcoal briquettes or kitty litter to the be. Plac"e a lid on top with holes poked in it. It will absorb the moisture. Check it periodically and replace the contents. "To get rid of the smell of burned food in the microwfive, add a teaspoon of vanilla extract to 4 cups of water in a microwave-safe glass bowl. ! use a measuring cup. Microwave on high until boiling, about four minutes. Let it set in the microwave for a few n'lin- utes and then remove carefully. You also can boil the nqixture oil the stove, ,and it will make the room smell fi'esh." ---- R.F. in lndimaa  H  " r Ill = ': 0o i MMM 8 Q 5. OM 6. O M the letters in the two anagram words must be unscrambled - 7. O M and used to form the word = 8. O iM asked for. A HEAD SCRATCHER! See if you can arrange the eight numbers below into two gr6ups of four numbers each in such a way that each set of num- bers will add up to the same total. . .., 123zi 5189 "(LLI = 6 + g9 pue (LLl =  + gLt) :JONfiue Jn O THE "T" PYRAMID! As you move down the word pyramid shown here, each word contains the same letters as the word above it, plus a new letter. We give you all the T's. Here are some hints from the top down: ,,3. 1. Type of shirt. 2. On, or near. 3. Informal for sailor. 4. Once ruled Russia. 5. A board game. 6. Found on stairs. 7. Way to serve nuts. 8. Came from outer space. "ploelse 'pelseoJ 'speeil 'spep 'Jest 'Jel 'le '1 :eJe Sl:UOM SiLL :sJeMsuv DERNITION: ANAGRAM: 1. A summer pest. quit + moos 2. He assumes a false name. poor + mist 3. Game using small blocks, moon + side 4. To spitefully criticize, moth + daub 5. Pale horse with white mane. loom + pain 6. He'll get you if you're bad. gamy + boon 7. A clear, thin soup. rooms + cone 8. Tendency to expect good. tipi + morns lus!wtldo 9 ewwosuoo 'Z 'uetu/EBooB 9 ou!uloled 9 q;nouJpei] p 'saou!woG ' 'JOlSOdLU I " 'ol!nbsoFt "1. :SJOMSUV R.ED. AW, GEEZ. 114ATE IT WNEN TE 90OLE BRCrTaERS COE )'w?'$ IN TOGET=-IIER! r--JTl..IiT, Out on a Limb by Mike Marland ] ILING RIVALR ]1 AAx/IN', ONLt I::)OUL.E: IT! / - " /.r ., wwwmarlandcartoons.con by Gary Kopervas 'k, Old if'oUR ,4gEBkL-L FIELD... ///f [/ ill ' ,  j :!7 2010 IKinf] Features Svnd !nc. Richmond International Raceway I Race Information & Records Last Year's Winner: Kyle Busch Qualifying Record: Jeff Gordon 126.499- 1999 Race Record: Dale Jarrett 109.047 - 1997 Race Time: 7:30 pm ET, May 1st Track Statistics & History Location: Richmond, .Va. Turns / Front / Back: 14 / 8 o / 2 Distance: 0.75 miles Shape: D-shaped oval Year after year, Richmond International Raceway puts on the best short track show. Richmond's unique, 3/4-mile layout produces tremendous side-by- side racing, yet drivers can obtain high enough speeds to give it a superspeed- way feel. That rare combination allows for the beating and banging that fans always love, with the drivers' skill playing a major role in winning. With sellouts for the Sprint Cup races and tremendous crowds for its NASCAR Nationwide Series and NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series races, Richmond International Raceway is a fixture on each of il NASCAR's major touring series schedules. # Update April 30 - May 1, 2010 I " : Through April 25, 2010 2010 Sprint Cup Series Driver Points 1) J immie Johnson 1323 2) Kevin Harvick 1297 3) Greg Biffle 1237 4) Matt Kenseth 1224 5) Kyle Buscfl 1163 6) Mark Martin 1154 7) Kurt Busch 1146 8) Dale Earnhardt Jr. 1142 9) Denny Hamlin 1138 10) Jeff Gordon "'1130 11) Clint Bowyer 1086 12) Jeff Burton 1082 2010 Nationwide Series Driver Points 1) Brad Keselowski 1324 2) Kevin Harvick 1264 3) Kyle Busch 1220 4) Justin AIIgaier 1171 5) Cad Edwards 1111 6) Paul Menard 1085 7) Joey Logano 1078 8) Bnan ScoR 876 9) Greg Biffie 864 10) Sco Lagasse Jr. 854 "E Jamie McMurray Born: June 3, 1976 Sponsor: Crown Royal Crew Chief: Dennie Wingo Car: Ford Biography: In 2001 and 2002, McMurray competed full-time in the Busch Series, driving for Brewco Motorsports. The latter year turned out better for McMurray, as he won two races and finished sixth in the overall points standings. In 2002, in just his second career Cup Series start, McMurray won the UAW-GM Quality 500 at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Charlotte, NC, setting the record fur the fastest first time winner in NASCAR history. In 2004, McMurray finished 11th in the points standings and missed the Chase for the Cup by 15 points. In 2005, McMurray joined Roush Fenway Racing. His contract with Reush Fenway Racing was one of the richest in NASCAR history with a guaranteed salary of $20 million dollars per year plus bonuses. In 2006, McMurray's best finish was at Dover where he finished 2nd. In 2007, he won the Pepsi 400, but failed to qualify for the Chase. In 2006, McMurray had three third place finishes and fin- ished the year 16th in the standings. Last year, McMulTay won the Amp Energy 500, but failed to qualify for the Chase for the Cup. Daytona IntemaEonal Speedway, the subject of much scrutiny after a hole between Tums 1 and 2 caused more than 2 1,2 ; hours in delays dunng the Daytona 500, will be repaved (_._ _ shortly after the July 3rd Spnnt Cup race. This project marks  just the second Eme in the track's 52-year history that Daytona is repaving the surface. The last repm4ng took place in 1978. AsphaR will be used to cover the track surface, skid pads, apron and pit road. Concrete vll cover the p stalls. DIS President Robin Braig said fans who renew their Daytona 500 Eckets 411 receive a piece of the old surface. Driver Sta Finish Points/Bonus Kevin Harvick won in Sunday's Aaron's' 499 at Talladega Which driver co-owns the #48 Lowe's car Kevin Harvick 4 1 190/5 Jamie McMurray 21 2 17515 Juan Montoya 24 3 170/5 Denny Hamlin 11 4 165/5 Mark Martin 10 5 160/5 David Ragan 26 6 155/5 Clint Bower 14 7 146/0 Kurt Busch 9 8 147/5 Kyle Busch 6 9 143/5 Mike Bliss 37 ' 10 134/0 Superspaedway. He broke a 115-race winless streak. The race set Cup Series records for the number of leaders (29) and lead changes (88). In the third and final attempt at a green-white-checkered finish, Harvick pushed 2010 Daytona 500 winner Jamie McMurray for all but the final quarter-mile of the final lap before surging past McMurray and beating him by .011 seconds. Kevin won for the 12th time in the Cup Series and for the first time at Talladega. After the race Harvick said, "It really played out perfect for us today." Juan Montoya, who like McMurray was short on fuel at the end of the race, finished third. along with Hendrick Motorsports? a) Jimmie Johnson c) Terry Labonte b) Jerry Nadeau d) Jeff Gordon uosuqor e!ww!p 'OleWWeOl S,uopJoo q uo^up S! Jeo 0l'# aql "uopJoo jjer (p : April Sales: Meguiar's Deep Crystal Car Wash, 64 oz., $4.99 K&N Performance Oil Filters, as low as $11.49 Valvoline Conventional Motor Oil, qt., $2.79 lllAIIAl00 Belfield Auto Supply 505 6th St. NE , (701) 575-4228