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8 '= =';== ADC 553 779 00-00-00 31P 8"!" SMALL TOWN PAPERS **C005 927 W RAILROAD AVE SHELTON, WA 98584-3847 Concern bout !ownship road damag ; ealredtow h ,s. Editor/Reporter After the letter went out, Andrew Some discussion that included the Smith, with the Beach Civil Town- condition of a rough township road ship, raised questions about what state seemed to become smoothed over law allows as far as the role of state's during the May 7 Golden Valley attorneys and townships. Wenko on County Commission meeting. April 18 sent out a letter to the 10 The issue involved a Beach Civil townships- in the county that ac- Township road that was allegedly torn knowledged that there was confusion, up by a Power Fuels tanker track that and that said the county would read- was driven to a saltwater disposal dress the matter on May 7. well. A question came up the previous Wenko on May 7 said there are month regarding how much the two parts of state law plus attorney county's state's attorney, Christina general opinions from 1984 and 1985 Wenko, should assist townships with that are factors. The April 2 letter was such matters, written too hastily, and she apolo- A letter from the commissioners gized. went to all the townships on April 2, Wenko said she would be required and it said that the state's attorney can to provide, without charge, a state's answer basic questions that directly attorney's opinion to county, district, involve the county and the townships. However, the letter said the state's at- Concern torney will not answer questions that (Continued on Page 12) Shown is an example of one of the Dollar General stores. (Courtesy File Photo) Ifi Shown is the renovated Hall of Honorees. In the background is the kiosk that includes the biographies of the honorees. (Cour- tesy Photo) MEDORA - In its 25th year honoring individu- - Gary Graham, Pre-1970s Rodeo owner of Northern Broadcasting, will be the fea- als, ranches, livestock and organizations that have - Darrell Hermanson, Modern-era Rodeo tured guest speaker. made significant contributions to the development - Bob J. Hansen, Modern-era Rodeo The inductees were named on Saturday, May11, and promotion of the state's livestock industry, -Walter Piehl Jr Western Arts & Entertainment at the annual NDCHF Season Premiere, and the ranching, or western lifestyle, the North Dakota - Kaye Nelson, Legacy Award newly renovated Hall of Honorees was also re- Cowboy Hall of Fame has chosen its 2019 in- Formal recognition for this year's inductees will vealed. In addition to an updated look, the room ductees, commence Friday, June 14, with a dinner celebra- now has a 55-inch touch screen kiosk in a custom They are: tion at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Medora. The cabinet laser-branded with the NDCHF insignia. - Charles Franklin Martell, Pre- 1940s Ranching induction award ceremony follows at 1 p.m. on Sat- The kiosk contains the photographs and biographies Category urday, June 15, at Tjaden Terrace in Medora and is of every NDCHF inductee, and allows the ongoing - Gerald Effertz, Modern-era Ranching open to the public. Taylor Brown, broadcaster and addition of inductees for years to come. By Richard Volesky While Belfield's retail history has Editor/Reporter included stores that offered all of the BELFIELD - Something that has above, the city has been without a By Jane Cook been absent from Belfield's business full-fledged grocery story store sinceReporter landscape for many years may be de- Cap's Jack & Jill on Main Street Friday, May 10, the students at veloping, went out of business more than a Beach High School decided to have A building permit application has decade ago. The proposed site for a "try out" for a Club Fair, inviting been submitted to the city of Belfield Dollar General is owned by Colby students to participate in clubs for Dollar General Corporation. The Series 19 L.L.C. of Overland Park, within the school. application is for a 9,100-square- Kan. The site had been owned by the The Buccaneer Revolution Team, foot, $750,000 building that would city of Belfield for a time because the which started in 1999, put the fair to- be built on the vacant commercial previous owner failed to pay the lot's gether so that students might learn of property just south of the Super- property taxes, and then it was sold some of the activities offered. pumper gas station east of U.S. to a local contractor who had a com- Leanne Benes, guidance coun- Highway 85. munications tower located on it, ac- selor, was at a table as students came Dollar General is headquartered cording to Billings County Pioneer in to direct them to the booths that in Goodlettsville,Tenn and operates archives, were set up. About 20 clubs are 15,472 stores in 44 states, and has The site is slightly less than 1 available to all high school students been in business since 1939, accord- acres in size. Dollar General's build- to join, and tables manned by a few ing to the company's website. The ing would be of pre-engineered of those already in those clubs were building permit application was to be metal, according to the building per- available. Some clubs' names were before the Belfield City Council on mit application. Thirty parking also posted on the gym wall. Tuesday night, May 14, which was spaces would be created. Copeland "Not all kids play in sports," after the press deadline. Development & Construction ofsophomore Kennady Myers said. The company says it saves shop- Chillicothe, Mo would be the build- "So these activities and clubs are of- pers time and money by offering ing's contractor, fered for those kids." products that are frequently used and The only Dollar General in North At the booth for peer tutoring, replenished, such as food, snacks, Dakota apparently is at Steele, while junior Acelyn Bishop said, "In this health and beauty aids, cleaning sup- the company also has stores in Get- club, students help other students plies, basic apparel, housewares and tysburg, S.D and Merriffield, Pil- seasonal items at low prices in con- lager and Motley, Minn. School venient locations. 2019 GVN/BCP (Continued on Page 12) ch High Ih "try out" for Club Fair Sophomore Kennady Myers, junior Acelyn Bishop, and freshman Jenna Wojahn man the booth for the Buccaneer Revolution Team, which helped put on this year's Club Fair at Beach High School on Friday, May 10. 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