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Page 6 July 2, 2009 J Notice SALE OF QIL & GAS LEASES The Board of University and School Lands will conduct an oil and gas lease auction on Tuesday, August 4, 2009, at 9:00 AM, MT in the ND Cowboy Hall of Fame at Medorai ND. For a list of tracts being offered, visit, or call (701) 328- 2800 or write to the State Land DEN., Box 5523, Bismarck, ND 58506-5523. Anyone needing auxiliary aids and services, call Judy at (701) 328-1920 by 7/28/09. 6/22/09 /s/Gary D. Preszler State Land Commissioner (July 2 and 9) Public Hearing Notice of Opportunity for Public Hearing- Golden Valley County is proposing to reconstruct a segment of Forest Highway/ 4/CMC 1746, beginning in Section 26, T136N, R105W and con- tinuing north and west for approxi- mately 13.5 miles. The south 3.5 miles of roadway is proposed for construc- tion in 2010. There may be some wetland impacts at intermittent stream cross- ings. There are no designated flood- plains with the project limits. Any interested party may request that a public hearing be held on this project to discuss the social, econom- ic, environmental, or design aspects of the project. The request should be made in writing to the Golden Valley Commission on or before July 17, 2009 at 3:00 p.m. MDST. Mail request for a hearing to the Golden Valley Commission. Maps, engineering studies, and environmen- tal information are available for public inspection at: Golden Valley County Courthouse 150-1 st Avenue SE Beach, ND 58621 Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson, Inc. 677 27th Avenue East Dickinson, ND 58601 (July 2 and 9) Request for Quotations Pursuant to Section 15.1-30-11 NDCC, the Belfield Public School District #13 requests quotations for transportation of students on bus route numbers 1 and 2, each for a period of 1 or 2 years, commencing August 25, 2009. The quotations are sought for the purpose of direct negotiations for contracts for the transportation of stu- dents. The configuration of the bus routes, number of students to be trans- ported, transportation contract form and quotation forms are available dur- ing regular office hours at the District Superintendent's Office. 302 NE 3rd St.. Belfield. ND. Quotations will be accepted at the District Superintendent's Office until 3:00 P.M. on July 15, 2009. Belfietd Public School District # 13 Alice Berger, Business Manager (July 2) Public Hearing Notice of Hear|hg N.D.'lndustrial Commission Oil and Gas Division The  North Dakota Industrial commissinwill hold a public hearing at 9:06 a.m. Tuesday, July 21, 2009 at the N.D. Oil & Gas Division. 1016 East Calgary Ave., Bismarck, N.D. At the hearing the Commission will receive testimony and exhibits. Persons with any interest in the cases listed below, take notice. PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: If at the hearing you need special facili- ties or assistance, contact the Oil and Gas Division at 701-328-8038 by Wednesday, July 08. 2009. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO: Case No. 11294: Proper spacing for the development of the Cooks Peak- Red River Pool. Golden Valley County, ND. redefine the field limits, and enact such special field rules as may be nec- essary. FH Petroleum Corp. Signed by John Hoeven, Governor Chairman ND Industrial Commission (July 2) YieldQuality Salt Tolerance Notice Educational Stabilization Fund Dollars Notification of Non-replacement Required School District NION Publication Notice As required by Section 4 of HB 1400, passed by the 61st Legislative Assembly, please consider this as offi- cial notification that "... any education stabilization fund dollars received by the Belfield Public School District as a result of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 must be used first to restore funding deficien- cies in the 2009-10 school year when compared to the 2005-06 school year and that any additional dollars received under the American Recovery. and Reinvestment Act of 2009 must be used for one-time non- recurring expenditures because this state is not responsible for replacing that level of funding or otherwise sus- taining that level of funding during the 2011-13 biennium." (June. 25, July 2 Meeting notice NOTICE OF ZONING MEETING Time: 2:00 PM Date: Thursday, July 9th 2009 Place:Billings County Commissioners Rm, Billings County Courthouse, Medora, ND Purpose: Joshua/Van & Noreen Johnson Property Rezoning from Ag to Residential/Acreage Variance - SW1/4 26-141-99 Purpose: Terry & Diane Dwelle Property New Construction - Cabins - 6- 139-102 Purpose: E. Klym/DL Polanchek Rezone a 7.57 Acre Tract from Ag to Residential When it rains, it pours ..... Rainwater pours from the roof of the Chateau deMores during one of the recent thunder- showers. (Photo by Jane M. Cook) Possible Variance NW1/4 23-140- ,o0 Park to host sec:)nd, hike Purpose: MBC LLC Rezone from Ag to t Residential/Commercial & New Construction 34-140=102 Purpose: Karen Putnam - Temporary Use Permit 34-140-t02 (Graze +- 7 Acres for Fire Prevention) Purpose: Discussion of New Zoning Ordinances, Draft 1 *Available for review at the Tax Director's Office, Billings County Dated at Medora this 19th day of June, 2009 by order of the Billings County Commission. Joan Jurgens Billings County Auditor/Treasurer (June 25, July 2) ) WATFORD CITY - Theodore Roosevelt National Park will host a second wilderness hike in the North Unit on Sunday, July 5 at 9 a.m. Central Daylight Time. Veteran wilderness ranger John Heiser will lead the hike into the petrified forest area of the North Unit, traveling to a remote and sel- dom visited area of the park. Hikers should meet at the Juniper Campground Picnic Area. Depending on group size and weather, the outing will last from 3 Term Life Insurance Universal Life Insurance Fixed Annuities Index Annuities IRAs Long-Term Care Ins. Ie 110 Central Ave. South, Beach, ND (Across from Bank of the West) 00!]ri Insurances Inc. l/ Ross (701) 872-4461 (office) (701) 872-3075 (home) Tescher takes part in Boys State WAHPETON - A Boys State gathering, earlier this month includ- ed 150 participants on the North Dakota State College of Science campus. Sponsored by the American Legion, North Dakota Boys State brings together outstanding 17- and 18-year-olds between their junior and senior years in high school. Selected from schools across North Dakota, they come to the campus for a week of activities focusing on gov- ernment and democracy. In addition to hearing a variety of speakers, they participate in hands- on learning activities including city and county government functions, disaster simulation exercises and publication of a daily newspaper written and edited by delegates. Participants in the 67th annual American Legion Boys State includ- ed: Tanner Tescher of Beach High School. to 6 hours, and cover 2 to 6 miles. Hiking may be strenuous at times, and participants should wear attire appropriate to wilderness travel, especially sturdy boots and durable clothes. Participants should bring plenty ed, the hike may be cancelled, thus it is advisable to call the North Unit at 842-2333 for the latest information. Additional wilderness hikes are scheduled for Aug. 1 and Sept. 6. Maus on Dean's List BILLINGS, Mont. - Many Montana State University Billings undergraduate students excelled academically during the 2009 spring semester and were named to the Dean's List. To be eligible for the MSU Billings Dean's List, undergraduate students must achieve a minimum 3.50 grade point average. Included on the list from North Dakota is Grant Maus of Golva. o*drinki00,wat00r 00ood,unscee. I " O'' ',' and' insect repellent, and are --, f encouraged to have binoculars and ave a Great 4 U cameras. H) " "' ,}/  If extreme weather is forecast- ,, Cel2Hrate Saf I Call Pro,e.,0n,, 872-3755 with a story idea t0day!00,] Painting on All Makes & Models ADVANCED COLLISION C E N T l-It, , I N C - Ed Sticka, Owner-Mager Behind Our Work" 1456 West Villard, Dickinson 701-483-5128 Hours: Monday - Friday 8 AM - 5:30 PM 00i3Gl 459 PGI 427 Bigger yields and superior quality with non-GMO StandFast Fast Growth Trail* A variety with improved salt toler- ance and soufid agronomics for more profitable alfalfa acres. PGI 424 Consistent Total performance for the hobbyist or the large commercial grower *StandFast is a registered trademark of Cal/Wost mds with Patent Pending. 00,T&A Seeds (701)-872,-3248 www, (701) 872-3761 Beach Co-op Grain Real Estate&H0useh01d Auction Naturday, Ju|y t i_ 2{}{}9 -!{):0{} a.m. Location: Beach Fairgrounds Directions: From 1-94 take Beach. ND Exit. 1 mile south. 1 block west. Roads will be marked. Potte D Rosellleadc: rheodorc Rooe dt Memorial Park Pitcher t:lo,t vlle display II)eer) Red pitcher Roscvitle USA No 61653 Rovilte USA  In, va No. ;89 Roseville lISA Maolia Floer print Red Wntg v,,hitc ',a maned M 1510 Red Wing bjov, pitcher Iris flocr print dcign Red Wing crock As,arlnn I'USA Potter> Flower ga.kct No. 68 It,{ Pee r pitcher Chalk ar, Angelus & (ilean,a scenes Miller & s,ielineer Beach, ND (qtrart crockt [2trgc amem of cup & saucer sets Large seledion of assorted glaxarc, tigurmes & p(nteO including brand names of: McCoycNipponq latl!Occnpied Japan & RM Wing Antique & Collectable Oak Sccrc',  excellent conditl(m n Drop Leaf tame Gentlemen's [)rescr / mirror and 2 side dresrs (Yak end tables Assai'tment of oak chairs As93rtnnt of hardwt)d dreser 2- trunks As,rted amwheads Sausage press large tin butter chum Scalding pot tth stand (irls'ald lid arid li*y parr ttandcralted Dutch O-cn Box canPa Ix'or} urnqt) I adie hts 2- Stetson hat boxes Nash glass cotl*. contattwr Assorted jewelry and j.clt ix)xcs Old pictures and tiames ('arl31c I armors Elevator ti,tmed silNmcue Golden Valley Ilarcstcr Co. Adrisn'ag pmce Lanterns Boilers Bretons & hat pm Auctioneer's note" /2ffbmanll Auction Service has b'n conmissioncd to help s[tle the etatc (ffCharlonc Cox ['here is a nice assolmcnt of |>,try, glasswa arm collectable items, Household / M isceilaneous 2- cothes  t hide-a-bed| End tables Wooden cabinets Assorted table lamps b,g)rne old) Round glass toffee table Free standing clving Kitchenssar Westinghouse roaster Electric griddle Large assortment of hooks/cc, okbooks Lawn & Garden 2- MT\\; push Lawn Mowers with haggers 3.5 hp engines, 20 in. cut, good workin conditt(m Scon lawn spreader Assortmenl or garden tool. sapolies, hose Forks.rakes-ovcls Lawn chairs Viewing of real estate available by appointment Contact Charlene Bostyan 701-872-3416 Viewing dates: July I  and July 10 ts 6pm - 8pro Owner:. Charlotte Cox Estate Joyce Vernnon. Personal Representative Property riptton: Approx. 936 sq, it. on Main floor I bcdroonL lull bathrt)m. kitcbctl, hying ln and nttlit rcm Basement  parliall> finished. 2 bedrooms l bathroom Outside entrance to ha,mmem Propert) Comments; 524 { Aenuc Sl- I,arge backyard, mattlre trees Vinyl siding, asphalt shirgles 10% Down Day of Sale- Balance Due on Ciosing Final Bid Subject to Estate Approval l.egal Description: Lot 3 and N 37 93 feet of Lot 4 in Block 4 of Hunter's Fifth Addition to the City of Beach Golden Valley County. ND A!thotlgh ever 3 effort ha been Ede to dc.,x'ribc in a onscicatiotls manner the items at this auction, the attction complly'and or, net make ao warranties or gtmmntees, r accept liabili tbr error or omissils. Everylhing is off':red a-is-her-is, reserve the right to reject any and all bids. N( RESPONSIBLE FOR :CIDEN. All stalerw.i made sale day by Atct ionce take/.r txxic nee over any tweviou advcr ti,ing Auction Arranged, Clerked and Conducted By: r..s: ZACHMANN AUCTION SERVICE l..=h Will Ca ,yr I rmal Ch*ck With Proper !dentificatkm DAN ZACHMANN, Lie, #73 CLERKING SERVICE Lie.# 17g Be Served (;ola. ND 701-872-3468