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Page 6 M. .._ “W. WWW Golden Valley News May14,2020 PUBLIC NOTICES Notice to Creditors IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF BILLINGS COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of JOANN M. KESSEL, deceased. Probate No. 04-2020—PR-00007 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above estate. ‘ All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within three months after the date of the first publi— cation of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either' be presented to Joseph L. Kessel, Per- sonal Representative of the estate of JoAnn'M. Kessel, at P. O. Box 1173, Dickinson, North Dakota 58602-1173, or filed with the Court. Dated this 20th day of April, 2020. Personal Representative: /s/Joseph L. Kessel Kubik, Bogner, Ridl Selinger, PLLP Jordan L. Selinger P. O. Box 1173 Dickinson, ND 58602-1173 Attorneys for the Personal Repre- sentative First Publication on the 30 day of April, 2020. (April 30, May and 14) Zoning Hearing NOTICE OF ZONING HEARING The Billings County Planning Zon— ing Commission will hold a public hear— ing on Thursday, May 21, 2020 at 1:00 PM in the Commissioner’s Room at the county courthouse, Medora, ND [See note below] to consider recommending to the Board of County Commissioners the approval or denial of the following items: Arvid Hecker: Application for aTem- porary Use permit to allow an industrial use , in an agricultural district, NE1/4SW1/4 section 10-141-98 (2560 123rd Ave SW). Use is temporary for the storage of rig oil field equipment. Albert Anita Kessel: Application for a Temporary Use permit to allow an industrial use In an agricultural district, NW1/4 section 17-143-99 (13050 Mag- pie Rd SW). Use is temporary for the storage of rig & oil field equipment. Other Business: The board will also address poten- tial & pending zoning violations and rec- ommend any action needed by the Zoning Director, State‘s Attorney, or Board of County Commissioners. Applications and ordinances are available for review during regular office hours at the Billings County Court- house. If special accemmogalipns ans... needed, please notify the ;. that appropriate aids can be madeb available. ‘ ' [NOTE] As of May 1st the zoning .- hearing will be held at the courthouse. However, depending on COVID-19 guidelines in effect on May 21, 2020 so- cial distancing rules may be applied. If an in-person meeting is unable to be held, teleconference details will be posted on the Billings County website a ' t : dacenter. Dated at Medora this 1st day of May, 2020. Stacey Swanson Zoning Director (May 7 and 14) Notice Notice to Property Owners Property owners are responsible for keeping their property mowed and nox- ious weeds controlled. When property is not mowed or weeds become a nui- sance, the City will mow and/or spray the property at a cost of $150 per lot as allowed by City Ordinance 366 Section 12.0101-12.0105. Your cooperation in keeping your property mowed is appre— elated. Kimberly Gaugler, City Auditor (May 7, 14, 21 and 28) Golden Valley County Commission BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS APRIL 7, 2020 9:00 AM. Chairman Harley Steffen called the meeting to order. Commissioners Robert Schmeiing and Paul J. Schmitz were present, along with States Attor- ney Christina Wenko via telephone and Sheriff Roger Clemens. Commissioner Steffen moved to add LEPC Board discussion at 9:45 am and Commissioner Schmeiing seconded. Motion carried. Commissioner Schmitz moved to accept the agenda with the addition and Commissioner Schmeiing seconded. Motion carried. Commissioner Schmeiing moved to approve the March regular and special meeting minutes and Commissioner Schmitz seconded. Motion carried. Commissioner Steffen moved to ap- prove the prepaid and current vouchers for payment and Commissioner Schmitz seconded. Motion carried. Current business brought before the Board: -NDIRF annual meeting is set for May 20, 2020. Commissioner Steffen moved to approve and sign the gaming site au- thorization for Home On The Range for a Calcutta at the August 2, 2020. event and Commissioner Schmeiing sec- onded. Motion carried. ‘ Commissioner Schmitz moved to adopt the following resolution and Com- missioner Schmeiing seconded: Valley County Resolution 2020-12 Regarding June 9th 2020 Primary Elec- tion Process The Golden Valley County Commis- sion operating under their authority pro- vided by NDCC § 16.1 -04-02 16.1-11.1—01 and in consideration of the Governor’s declared emergency in re- sponse to the COVlD-19 pandemic hereby declares by resolution that all previous County polling locations shall be eliminated for the June 9, 2020 pri- mary election as allowed by the Gover- nor’s executive order on March 26, 2020. The County Commission further de- clares under their authority provided by NDCC § 16.1-11.1-01 to conduct the June 9th 2020 primary election by way of mail in ballot. The Commission en- courages all qualified citizens to take every opportunity to vote by mail ballot prior to the June 9th 2020 Election. So ordered. Golden Valley County Commission Chair Dated Commissioner Steffen moved to appoint Reynette Szudera as the inspector for the 2020 Primary and General Election and Commissioner Schmitz seconded. Motion carried. -Discussion was held on the Execu- tive Order 2020-16 from Governor Doug Burgum suspending the public meeting space requirement allowing entities to only have a call in line avail- able for public meeting. It was agreed that County Auditor Sperry will get set up through the local telephone com- pany Mistate Communications to get a conference line set up. Discussion was held on the‘Fami- lies First Coronavirus Response Act. Commissioner Steffen ‘moved to accept the following Families First Coronavirus Response Act Policy Amendment with the amendment of paying the Golden Valley County Employee their full wage and has reserved the right to amend, change or revoke the policy and Com— missioner Schmeiing seconded. Mo- tion carried. Families First Coronavirus Re- sponse Act Policy Amendment Purpose To comply with the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and to as- sist employees affected by the COVID- 19 outbreak with job—protected leave and emergency paid sick leave. This policy will be in effect from April 1, 2020, until December 31, 2020. All existing county leave policies remain in place to the extent they are not superseded by FFCRA. This policy amendment shall be interpreted consistent with the US Department of Labor’s rule’s. Emergency Paid Sick Leave All full—time and part-time employees employed and are unable to work (or telework) due to one of the following reasons for leave are eligible for addi- tional paid sick leave. Full-time employ- ees are eligible for 80 hours of paid leave while part-time employees are el- igible for the number of hours of leave that the employee works on average over a two-week period. 1.The employee is subject to a fed- eral, state or local quarantine or isola- tion order related to COVlD—19. “2'7Tfi'e .ernplgyee, has b er; advised by a health “ca to'sélf-quar- v antine due taf‘iiibfi’éérrfis‘related t0 COVID—19.‘ . 3.The employee is experiencing symptoms of COVID—1 9 and seeking a medical diagnosis. ' 4.The employee is caring for an in- dividual who is subject to either number 1 or 2 above. ‘ 5.The employee is caring for his or her child if the school or place of care of the child has been closed, or the childcare provider of such child is un- available, due to COVID—19 precau- tions. 6.The employee is experiencing any other substantially similar condition specified by the secretary of health and human services in consultation with the secretary of the treasury and the secre— tary of labor. Rate of Pay for Emergency Paid . Sick Leave For reasons (1),(2), or (3) as out- lined above the employee is eligible for their regular rate of pay with ‘a cap of $511 per day and $5,110 in the aggre- gate. For reasons (4), (5), or (6) as out- lined above the employee is eligible for 2/3rds of the employee’s regular rate of pay with a cap of $200 per day and $2,000 in the aggregate. Employees whose pay is subjected to the above limitations may supple- ment their Emergency Paid Sick Leave with any existing available leave to meet the employee‘s regular salary but in no cases may their salary exceed 100% of their existing wage. Paid leave under the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act cannot be carried over year to year. Expanded FMLA Leave In addition to the Emergency Sick ' Leave Policy employees employed for more than 30 days who are unable to work (or telework) due to the need to take care of their child when the school or place of care has been closed, or the regular childcare provider is unavailable due to a public health emergency with respect to COVlD-19 shall be entitled to an additional 10 weeks of expanded FMLA leave. Leave taken under this section shall be paid at 2/3rds the employee’s regu- lar rate of pay with a cap of $200 per day andr$10,000 in the aggregate. The employer may allow the employee to supplement the 2/3rds salary with ‘any previously provided sick or vacation leave, if the employee has any, to bring the employee’s salary to no greater than 100% of their regular wage. This Expanded FMLA Leave only supplements the eligibility entitling an employee to use FMLA. This expansion is not in addition to the 12 week cap on FMLA previously provided. Employees who have preViously spent FMLA dur- ing the annual period will have those times subtracted from their overall eligi- bility. Definitions for Expanded FMLA Leave “Child” means a biological, adopted, or foster child, a stepchild, a legal ward, or a child of a person standing in loco parentis, who is: (A) under 18 years of age; or (B) 18 years of age 'or older and in- capable of self-care because or a men- tal or physical disability. “Childcare provider” means a provider who receives compensation for providing childcare services on a regular basis, including: 'a center-based childcare provider - a group home childcare provider -a family childcare provider (one in- dividual who provides childcare serv- ices for fewer than 24 hours per day, as the sole caregiver, and in a private res- idence) other licensed provider of childcare services for compensation , -a childcare provider that is 18 years of age or older who provides childcare services to children who are either the grandchild, great grandchild, sibling (if such provider lives in a separate resi- dence), niece, or nephew of such provider, at the direction of the parent. “School” means an elementary or secondary school. PROCEDURE FOR REQUESTING EMERGENCY PAID SICK LEAVE Employees must notify Human Re- sources of the need and specific reason for leave under this policy. Once emer- gency.paid sick leave has begun, the employee will be expected to return to work at the end of the 80 hours of allot- ted time, unless the employee hascom- municated to Human Resources that they will return earlier or the employee has initiated additional leave, either through Extended FMLA, FMLA or use of the employees sick or vacation leave. Special Emergency Responders and Health Care Providers Provision Certain Emergency Responders and Health Care Providers may be dis— qualified from taking leave under cate— gories 4-6 of the Emergency Paid Sick leave or Expanded Family Medical Leave Act. For those employees, prior approval of their department head in consultation with the Human Resource department will be required. Commissioner Steffen moved to transfer $690,000 from the Road Re— serve Fund to the‘ Special County Road Fund and transfer $5000 from the Wire- less 911 Fund to the County 911 Fund per 2020 budgets and Commissioner Schmeiing seconded. Motion carried. County Auditor Tamra Sperry pre- sented the Board with the 2019 Finan- cial Statement for the County. -States Attorney Christina Wenko gave the Board an update. DES Rachel Keohane, Jody Riden- hower and Brenda Frieze joined the meeting via telephone to discuss the creation of a Board for the Local Emer- gency Planning Committee for the County. It was agreed that Keohane will reach out to those interested in being on the Board. Tax/Zoning Director Henry Gerving met with the Board. Gerving request that the Board approve the Zoning Boards recommendation to approve the following request: Cole E. Olson‘s re- quest that a 1.98 acre tract in NE1/4NE1/4SE1/4 of Sec 30-140-104 parcel #8-0-01995100 be rezoned from agricultural to mobile and an approach permit that was submitted by Don Hardy Which was submitted after the «» deadlinetp get the public hearing/notice, out'in the neWSpaper. Hardy is re— questing to get this done in the next week or. so before seeding begins. After Road Foreman Pete Wirtzfeld in— spected the approximate location in the NE1/4 Sec 5-138-105 he approves the request subject to the criteria discussed with Don Hardy on a phone conversa— tion he had on March 26th and the ap- proach should be at the high point of the hill and have in—slopes perpendicu- lar to the Thelen Road of 6:1 ratio or flatter and to approve the permit pend- ing the outcome of the public hear- ing/notice and notification to Beach Civil Township. Commissioner Steffen moved to accept those recommenda- tions and Commissioner Schmeiing seconded. Motion carried. Road Foreman Pete Wirtzfeld met with the Board. Commissioner Schmei— ing moved to approve the suggested form of task order from KLJ Engineering LLC for crushing and to complete engi- neering, survey and testing as neces- sary for crushing and Commissioner Schmitz seconded. Motion carried. Other various road topics were dis- cussed. Commissioner Schmeling moved to adjourn and Commissioner Schmitz seconded. Motion carried. Chairman Steffen declared the meeting adjourned at 11 :33 PM. The following vouchers were au- dited and approved for the month of April: ‘ Direct DeposGolden Valley County Employees 59239.87 -88383 NDPERS 13006.56 -99857 JP Morgan 523.08 -99858 ND State Treasure 1914.75 79690 Midstate Communications 1382.78 79691 City of Beach 384.60 79692 MDU 2844.82 79693-79724 (79703 Voided) 145088.38 79725 Mainstay Suites 172.00 79726 Electro Watchman Inc 144.00 79727 Rachel Keohane 28.57 79728 Florence Sime 200.00 79729 Otis Elevator Company 849.00 79730 Golden Valley News 568.80 79731 Golden Valley Co States Attorney 1358.33 79732 Merlita Novotny 210.00 79733 Jandt Plumming & Heating 720.79 79734 Electro Watchman Inc 311.40 79735 Boss 151.44 79736 SW Crime Conference 40.00 79737 NW Tires Inc 3942.08 79738 Henry Gerving 95.45 79739 Runnings 349.99 79740 ND Association of Co 129.00 79741 US Postal Service 20.00 79742 Smart Computers Consulting 190.00 79743 Mid-American Research Chemical 171.51 79744 US Postal Service 63.41 79745 US Postal Service 63.41 79746 SW Multi Co Correctional Center 2712.50 79747 Uniform Center 37.98 79748 Rohan Hardware 89.25 79749 Noll Construction 6012.50 79750 Vivtech LLC 120.00 79751 Powerplan 626.77 79752 Election System 774.45 79753 Farmers Union 7893.04 79754 Reservation Telephone Coop 40.00 79755 SW Business Machine3163.44 79756 State Radio Communications 5516.40 79757 Quality Quick Print 182.00 79758 Matthew Bender Co 243.31 79759 Dakota Dust Tex 75.15 79760 Information Technology Dept 607.55 79761 Westlie Motor Company 69.80 79762 Golden Valley County Treasurer 695000.00 79763 David Bars 19.55 79764 Gerald Streitz 23.00 79765 Golden Valley County Fair 100.00 79766 Beach Food Center 36.32 79767 Rohans 119.52 79768 Scholastic Book Fairs 363.40 79769 Amazon 1661 .11 79770-79780 Payroll 18064.01 79781-79789 Payroll 42791.84 79790 Payroll 1590.41 79791-79792 Payroll 294.29 79793 Ashley Ueckert 713.85 79794 ND Association Of Counties 184.61 79795-79796 Café 288.00 79797‘Cenex Fleet Fueling 870.90 79798-79800 Voided 79780 Golva Repair 197.00 79802 AT&T Mobility 40.22 79803 Verizon Wireless 205.63 A'I‘I'EST: Tamra Sperry, County Auditor Harley Steffen, Chairman, County Commissioners (May 14) Nofice Notice of Vote by Mail Applications Notice is hereby given that Vote by Mail applications have been mailed to each active and inactive voter who re- sides in Billings County from the ND Secretary of State’s office for the Pri- mary Election on Tuesday, June 9, The primary Elnntinn uuill b- I..-I.r BY MAIL BALLOT ONLY. If you have not received your application, mail bal- lot applications may be obtained from the Billings County Auditor by calling (701) 623-4377 or by going to Marcia D. Lamb Billings County Auditor (May 14 and 21) Beach City Council CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS PUBLISHED SUBJECT TO THE GOVERNING BODY’S REVIEW AND. REVISION A meeting of the City of Beach Board of Equalization was called to order by City Council President Jeanne Larson on April 28, 2020 at 7:00 pm. Present when the meeting was called to order was City Council Tim Marman, Andy Zachmann, Bev Wolff, Mark . Benes, City Auditor Kimberly Gaugler, Golden ..Valley .County Tax Director Henry'Gerving, guests Loni-Thilmony .:: and uahe Martian, ‘ The Pledge or Allegiance was re- cited. Roll call was taken. Wade Walworth was absent. Minutes of the Board of Equalization meeting on April 1, 2019 were ap- proved. Golden Valley County Tax Director Henry Gerving reviewed the Assess- ment Book for the year 2020 highlight- ing changes that have been made since March 31 st. Gerving provided information on in- creases/decreases in true and full valu- ation of property, eligible property tax exemptions and sales ratio analysis. Total True & Full Valuation 'for 2020 in the City of Beach is $81,687,900 an in- crease of 2.0% from 2019. Overall, Commercial Lots increased $20,100, Commercial Structures increased $1,551,800, Residential Lots remained the same as 2019 at $6,846,600, and Residential Structures remained the same as 2019 at $51,717,200. Based on Sales Ratio Study for the 2020 as- sessments, the average price for a res~ idential structure is $119,900. Based on Sales Ratio Study for the 2020 assess- ments, the average price for a com- mercial structure is $160,470. Twenty-two applicants are tax exempt under Non-Profit, Religious Organiza- tion, Veterans and Blind Persons. Twenty-five applicants qualified for Sen- ior Citizens/Disabled Persons Tax Cred- its. President Larson opened the meet- ing for comment. Duane Martian re- quested the City Council consider lowering the Iand value of Near’s First Addition, Block 1, Lots 7, 8, 9 (Parcel 05012000). Currently, the land value is at $18,000. Martian stated a portion of these lots are located in the floodplain and believed they’ are valued higher than other vacant lots throughout the City that are not in the floodplain. Dis— cussion. Marman moved to reduce the land value of Near’s First Addition, Block 1, Lot 9 to $0 due to location in the floodplain, second by Benes. Mo- tion carried unanimously. Loni Thilmony mentioned the legal description on their 2019 tax statement includes land that they do not own 66’ of vacated Prospect Avenue. Thilmony request verification that they are not being tax on the property. Gerving will confirm the description on file at the Courthouse and follow up with her. Marman request parcels 04657000 and 05116000 be reviewed for accu- racy. Larson provided a list of vacant lots which had varying land values and asked that they be reviewed by Gerv- ing. Marman moved a finding be made that all classifications of property have been reviewed and we find them proper as assessed, second by Wolff. Motion carried unanimously. Marman moved that a finding be made that we have re- viewed all Exemption Applications and Homestead Credit Applications and find them proper as presented, second by Benes. Motion carried unanimously. Marman moved that a finding be made that the overall Assessment Roll for the City or Beach for 2019 has been re- viewed and upon the land value of Par- cel 05012000 being valued at $0, it is proper as assessed, second by Wolff. Motion carried unanimously. Benes moved based on preceding findings, we declare the Assessment Roll for 2020 for the City of Beach equalized, second by Wolff. Motion car- ried unanimously. Benes moved to adjourn the City of Beach Board of Equalization meeting, secOnd by Zachmann. Motion carried unanimously. Meeting adjourned at 8:15 pm. Attest: Jeanne Larson, President Kimberly Gaugler, City Auditor (May 14) Nofice Notice of Water Report Availability The City of Medora has completed its 2019 Consumer Confidence Report (CCR). Copies of the report are posted at the Medora Post Office and at the Medora Community Center/City Hall. If you would like a copy of this report, please call 623-4828, visit the City Au- ditor’s office, or email mauditor@mid- (May 14) Election Notice NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION Notice is hereby given that on Tues- day, the 9th day of June, 2020, an elec- tion will be held for the purpose of electing one school board member to represent director district one for a term of four years and one school board member to represent director district two for a term of four years. The elec- tion will be held jointly with the Billings County primary election and will be by mail-in ballo only. If you have not re- 6628; contact the Billings County Courthouse in Medora by calling 701- 623-4377. Please make your request early enough to allow time for mailing of application and ballot. Dated at Medora, North Dakota, this 14th day of May 2020. Tammy Simnioniw, Business Man- ager , Billings County School District #1 (May 14) Election Notice NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION VOTE BY MAIL ONLY Notice is hereby given that on Tues- day, the 9th day of June, 2020, the an- nual election of Lone Tree School District #6 will be held in conjunction with the county primary election for the purpose of electing two (2) members to the school board for a term of three years each. Due to the' Executive Order 'of the Nonhj Dakota Governor, all . NDpolIingplacesshall be eliminated. Golden Valley County will be voting by mail only. One precinct for Golden Val- ley County is designated. The ND Sec- retary of State’s Office will be mailing out to active and inactive residents of Golden Valley County, an application to receive a ballot to vote by mail. This mailing includes a postage-paid return envelope addressed to the Golden Val- ley County Auditor along with the form request for ballot. After application is filled out, signed, and returned to the GV County Auditor, the auditor will then mail a ballot to the applicant. Applicant will fill out ballot and return it to auditor to be counted. ‘ Leah Zook, Business Manager Lone Tree School District No. 6 (May 14 and 21) Nofice NORTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION REQUEST FOR BIDS STANDING HAY ON RIGHT OF WAY OF INTERSTATE 94 AND INTERSTATEZQ The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) seeks sealed bids for cutting, baling, and removing hay on designated sections of highway right of way along I-94 and I-29. Bids will be for the 2020 haying season. . NDDOT will accept sealed bids in five district offices. Faxed bids will not be accepted. Interested bidders can contact the respective NDDOT district office listed below to obtain a bid document, copy of the Risk Management Appendix, and sample certificate of liability insurance. The REQUEST FOR BID document must be completed, signed in ink, sealed in an envelope marked, “Bids for Standing Hay", and submitted to the respective NDDOT district office prior to the deadline. The awarded bidder will be required to sign a contract with NDDOT agreeing to the terms for hay harvesting. Deadlines: ‘ - Bismarck, Fargo, Grand Forks, and Valley City offices: 1:30 pm. CDT Thursday, June 11, 2020. - Dickinson office: 1:30 pm. MDT, Thursday, June 11. 2020. NDDOT district offices: Bismarck: 218 South Airport Road, Bismarck, ND 58504-6003 Ph: (701) 328-6950 - Fargo: 503 38th Street South, Fargo, ND,58103-1198 Ph: (701) 239-8900 - Grand Forks: PO. Box 13077, 1951 North Washington, Grand Forks, ND 58208-3077 Ph: (701) 787-6500 Valley City: 1524 8th Avenue Southwest, Valley City, ND 58072-4200 Ph: (701)845-8800 - Dickinson:' 1700 3rd Avenue West, Suite 101, Dickinson, ND 58601-3009 Ph: (701) 227-6500 (May 7, 14 and 21) DSU's' spring commencement to be broadcast May 16 DICKINSON — Dickinson State University will celebrate it spring 2020 graduates during a virtual com— mencement ceremony that will be broadcast Saturday, May 16, at 10 am. The ceremony will also be tele- vised on Consolidated’s channel 18. I The community can also partici- pate in the “reverse parade” follow— ing the ceremony from 1-1:30 pm. on Campus Drive in front of May Hall. , DSU students Christopher Gart- ner and Suzanna Moberg will address the graduates at the university’s 100th spring commencement cere— 'mony. State Fair cancelled MINOT The 2020 North Dakota State Fair is cancelled. The cancellation is due to the con- tinuing COVID-19 pandemic. All tickets that were purchased with a credit card will be refunded back into that account. It is not nec- essary to contact the Fair as those ticket holders will soon see their “We want to thank all of the loyal North Dakota State Fair goers for their continued support in these un- chartered waters. We have been greatly touched by the strong support that we have received during these challenging days,” said Renae Ko- rslien, North Dakota State Fair gen- eral manager. “It just reminds us all what makes this state and city so spe- ‘ cial and make us in, the State Fair family even more determined to make next year’s Fair even greater, when it’s safer for us to be together again.” Cowboy Poetry Gathering postponed v. MEDORA The 34th'Annua1-'i Dakota Cowb’oy Poetry Gathering, held in Medora, has been post— poned from its usual Memorial Day weekend performance to Aug. 22-23, 2020. F17, Courthouse LA LA ,7. News The following are cases closed in Southwest District Court in Golden Valley County in April: Minor in consumption or pos- session general; Gabriel J Wyck- off, 18, Medora Failed to use signal: Ted A. Daley, 65, Chandler, Ariz. Speeding: Ronald R. Barthel, 59, Golva; Carlos A. Funes Zambrano, 50, Watford City; Francis E. Peick- ert, 54, Davisburg, Mich. Speeding, 6-10 mph over: Colin P. Shockency, 56, Mandan . Speeding, 11-15 mph over: Ryan M. Shaw, 22, Clyde Hill, Wash. Violation of registration provi- sions driver: Carleigh J. Irgens, 21 , Dickinson Issuing check or draft without sufficient funds or credit: Rusty Crowe, 32, Dickinson Sheriff's summary report for April Billings County Sheriff’s Office report for April: .. — Traffic: warnings, 21; citations, 14; truck regulatory contacts, 1; pa- pers served, 3; general police calls, 26; motorist assists, 1; thefts, 5; as- saults, 2; fire call assists, 3; acci- dents, 1; control burn calls, 15; agency assists, 3; animal complaint, 3; total calls for service, 59. Total ar- rests made, 2 — Citation breakdowns: speeding, 9; open container, 2; driving under suspension/revocation, 1; driving under the influence, 1; no signal lamps where required, 1. Total cita— tions, 14; total warnings, 21 - Breakdown where citations were issued: county roads, 9; Hwy. 85, 3; L94, 2. Total, 14 — Overload information: number of contacts, 1