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Page 2 Golden Valley News May 12, 2011 Esther G. Kannenberg. BOISE, Idaho Esther G. Kannenberg, former resident of Beach, passed away May 3, 2011, in Boise, Idaho. A memorial service was held by her family and friends on May 7, in the ,Cloverdale Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Boise. She was born in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, on June 26, 1941, to Seth and Clara White. She was the daughter of missionary parents who lived in Canada, Jamaica, Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago and the United States. Richard Kannenberg and Esther were married on Sept. 18, 1960, in Jamestown, N.D. Esther and Richard lived on the Kannenberg family farm during the 1960s through the 1980s. They lived in several towns across the state as well as Hawaii, Washington, Arkansas, Texas and Idaho She was the mother of daughter Wendi. and son John. Esther graduated from high school in Harvey, N.D., from Sheyenne River Academy. She earned a bachelor's degree from the University of North Dakota. She earned a second degree in nursing from Dickinson State College. An educated dietician, Esther enjoyed international cuisine, often creating interesting menus at home for family and friends. She also loved music and participated in community choral activities. She was an international traveler, visit- ing the Caribbean, numerous Central American countries, several countries in South America and many countries across the Orient. Esther is survived by her hus- band Richard Kannenberg (Boise, Idaho); brother Don White and his wife Susan (Baltimore, Md.); daughter Wendi Kannenberg, and her husband Doni Andregg (Anchorage, Alaska); son John Kannenberg and his wife Elena (Wahpeton); granddaughters Jessica Andregg (Spokane, Wash.) and Karlin Andregg (Portland, Ore.); and grandsons Anton and Elijah Kannenberg (Wahpeton). John C. Reilly MEDORA - John C. Reilly, 95, of Medora, passed away in Dickinson. A Life Tribute Service will be held on Saturday, May 14, 2011, at 11 a.m. in the Medora Community Center with Celebrant Sandy Silha officiating, and lunch and visiting to follow. John left this range for a better one on Nov. 22, 2010. He was born in Billings County and ranched south of Medora. His parents, John and Katie (Wagondorf) Reilly were early settlers of Billings County. John was preceded in death by his parents, his brothers, Frank, Eddie and Pat, and his sister, Maizie Lavelle. He is survived by his sister, Grace Stoebe of Billings, Mont., and three nieces and seven neph+ws. Silvernale-Silha Funeral Home of Beach has been entrusted with arrangements. Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at silvernale-silhafuneral- home .com. Beach track and field results 'Surveying' the damage A statue of the Marquis de Mores overlooks the downed trees in De Mores Memorial Park in Medora last week. Some of' the park's cedar trees were toppled in the April 30 blizzard. (Photo by Jane M. Cook) Spring mule deer survey completed The North Dakota Game and from 7.8 deer per square mile in abundance in the badlands has Fish Department conducted its 2010 and less than the long-term increa,sed during the last five years. annual spring mule deer survey in average of 6.9 deer per square mile. The spring mule deer index is April and results indicate western Three years of harsh winter con- used to assess mule deer abundance North Dakota's mule deer popula- ditions have increased adult mortal- in the badlands. It is typically.con- tion has decreased for the fourth ity and reduced production. The last ducted after the snow has melted consecutive year. two years have resulted in the two and before the trees begin to leaf Biologists counted 1,756 mule lowest production rates ever docu- out, providing the best conditions deer in 293.8 square miles during mented, and biologists expect this for aerial observation of deer. this year's survey. Overall mule year's production to be similarly Biologists have completed aerial deer density in the badlands was six low. surveys of the same 24 sttdy areas deer per square mile, which is down Conversely, white-tailed deer since the 1950s. Construction to begin on H uy. 85 Following ore some of the Beach reg.tilts ftb ie BOwman'County Booster Track& :Field Meet that was heldxm April 26 in Bowman: Girls 4x800 Meter Relay Finals: 2nd Place, Beach Buccaneers Boys 4x800 Meter Relay Finals: 1st Place, Beach Carl Muckle; Trevor Sime; Lloyd Weinreis; Danny Skoglund Girls 1600 Meter Run, Hailee Farstveet; Brenna Stockwell Girls 4xl00 Meter Relay 5th place, Beach Boys 800 Meter Run: 2nd place, Trevor Sime; 5th place, Nolan Zook. Girls 3200 Meter Run 2nd place, Hannah Wegner Girls 4x400Meter Relay 3rd place, Beach Area law enforcement reports Billings County Sheriff's Office report for April: -Traffc: warnings, 12, cita- tions, 25; accidents, 4; motorist assists, 8; vehicle unlocks/jumpstarts, 1. General police calls, 23; arrests, 3; thefts, 1; assaults, 1; fire call assists, 1; control burg calls, 7; ambulance call assists, 2 agency assists, 1 - Breakdown of citations: Warnings (verbal and/or written), 12;' Citations" speeding, 23; driving under suspension, 2. City of Medora police report for April: .... ' " -Traffic: warnings, 10; parking tickets, 1; accidents, 1; motorist assists, 1; vehicle unlocks, 1. - General police calls, 2; arrests, 1; alarms, 2; medical assists, 1 No reports were received from the Belfield Police Department or the Golden Valley County Sheriff's Department. Boys 4X400 Meter Relay 3rd place. Beach Boys High Jump 3rd place, Landon Lechler Boys Triple Jump 1st place, Danny Skoglund Girls Shot Put 3rd place, Morgan Nunberg Boys Shot Put Jade Bishop Girls Discuss Throw 3rd place Cydni Stedman Boys Discus Throw 4th place, Jade Bishop Girls Javelin Throw 1st place, Morgan Nunberg Boys Javelin Throw 3rd place, Trevor Sime Construction will begin on -Flaggers and pilot cars will cles and the vehicle in front of Monday, May 16, on U.S. be present them, use caution, and obey'flag- Highway 85 beginning one mile Motorists may experience gers and posted signs. south of Fairfield continuing 10-15 minute delays north to Grassy Butte. Oil will be present on the Construction consists of roadway roadway prior to the paving work Notice to Our overlay and construction of a turn This project is expected to be Valued lane. complete by July 1. During construction: Rear end crashes are the most Subscribers - Speeds will be reduced to 35 common in work zones, accord- mph at the turn lane construction ing to the N.D. Department of If your subscription expires, Transportation. Motorists are encouraged to slow down, allow extra distance between their vehi- area - Traffic will be reduced to one lane Three state employers named semifinalists Among the 148 semifinalists are Basin Electric Power Cooperative, Bismarck; North Dakota Department of Transportation, Bismarck; and Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson, Dickinson. These North Dakota employers distinguished themselves from a pool of 4,049 nominations submitted by service members in 2011. ARLINGTON, Va. The Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award is the Department of Defense's highest recognition given to employers for exceptional support of their employees serving in the Guard and Reserve. North Dakota's semifinalists stood out for their support of mili- tary employees as nationwide nom- inations for the Freedom Award rose 64 percent over last year. Locally Owned and Family Operated Seroing Southwestern North Dakota and Southe Montana Funeral Directors Jon Stevenson Nic Stevenson Scott Huffman L.B. Price Tom Muckle or if you are a new customer, it may require about two weeks before your subscription starts or restarts, depending on the day your payment arrived. If you change your mailing address, please notify the News and Pioneer office with your new address, also in advance of your move. The Postal Service does not forward periodicals such as newspapers and discards them. Colors of Health 31 Sims Street, Dickinson ND 58601 701-483-1060 1-866-483-1060 colorsofhealth@yahoo.com Vitamins  Herbs  Homeopathy Aromatherapy - Organic & Gluten Free Products Monday - Friday 8:30-5:30 & Saturday 9-4 From Wireless Technology to Tiny 'Invisible' in-the-canal Hearing Aids We Have It All/ Call 1-800-585-0728 to schedule an appointment Heart River Hearing 1051 3rd Ave. W Dickinson, ND 58601 Experts in amplification Dr. Kim B. Callahan, CCC-A FAAA Clinical Audiologist Michelle Palmer, BS HIS Hearing Instrument Specialist Now in Beach: May 17 Killdeer: May 18 Bowman: May 12 & 26 Center's schedule Belfield Senior Citizens Activity Center announces the following schedule of events: - May 15, 12:30 p.m., potluck dinner; a memorial service for club members will follow the dinner. - May 18, 9 a.m.-noon and 1- 2:30 p.m., health screening: 1 p.m., business meeting. - May 23, 1-2:30 p.m., bingo, pool, Wii; birthday party following games. Track results Following are some of the Heart River results from the Bowman County Booster Track & Field Meet that was held on April 26 in Bowman: Boys 4x800 Meter Relay 2nd place, Heart River Cougars Boys 100 Meter Dash 2nd place, Dalton O'Brien; 3rd place, Seth Ewoniuk Boys 4x200 Meter Relay 1st place, Heart River Cougars:' Jarek Haverluk; Jordan Strecker; Seth Ewoniuk; Dalton O'Brien. Boys 4xl00 Meter Relay 1 st place, Heart River Cougars Girls 200 Meter Dash 4th place, Lexi Wagner Boys 200 Meter Dash 2nd place, Dalton O'Brien: Jordan Strecker Boys 4x400 Meter Relay 4th place, Heart River Cougars Boys Shot Put 3rd place, Garret Hecker Boys Discus Throw 2nd place Gan'et Hecker Golden Valley News P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621 (U.S.P.S. Pub. No. 221-280) Staff: Richard Volesky, editor, reporter, advertising and office manager; Jane Cook, office and news assis- tant. ' The Golden Valley News is published each Thursday, 22 Central Ave., Suite 1, Beach, ND 58621 by Nordmark Publishing. Periodicals postage paid at Beach, ND and addi- tional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Golden Valley News, P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621. Please allow two to three weeks for new subscriptions, renewal of expired subscrip- tions and for address changes. Contact Information Phone: 701-872-3755 Fax: 701-872-3756 Emaih gvnews@midstate.net Subscriptions 1 year: $34 Golden Valley County 1 year: $38 elsewhere in North Dakota 1 year: $42 out-of-state 9 months: $25 In-state college rate The Golden Valley News is a proud member of the North Dakota Newspaper Association. Farmers Union Oil Co. 701-872-4471 Interstate Cenex 701-872-3590 II Uffl Hot Stuff Pizza _L 701-872-3190 Thursday Friday Saturday Mostly Sunny Mostly Sunny Mostly Sunny 58/39 59/40 59/41 Precip Chance: 5% ' Precip Chance: 5% Sunday Mostly Sunny 63/41 ' 'Are there any?  continents that do not have hurricanes? 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