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m t../r"-, ~ ,,at 0 Eclipse watchers Jessica Duframe, left, and Rayne Hertel of Bismarck watch the partial solar eclipse on Aug. 21 at Chimney Park in Medora with viewers that were provided by that National Park Service. About 85 percent of the sun was blocked by the moon, but many pointed out that the amount of darkness around noon was barely noticeable. (Photo by Richard Volesky) ch opens By Renee Orluck Correspondent A large enthusiastic crowd cheered their Buccaneers on Friday night, Aug. 18, in the first game of the 2017 season. What could start the game better than:a Buccaneer touchdown on the first drive of the year carried into the end zone by senior quarterback Josiah Orluck. This was immedi- ately followed by a successful two- point conversion ran in by junior Clay Mattern. Ray/Powers Lake Outlaws then took over the ball and carried it into the opposite end zone scoring their only points of the game after which the Beach defense shut them down. A few minutes later a 26-yard pass was completed by Orluck to Jared Woj a hn in the end zone fol- lowed by sophomore Gage Swanson taking in the extra points. Beach coaches Mike Zier, Mark Goldberg and newcomer Tate Miller worked the boys hard in the second quarter guiding them to three touch- downs. The first was carried in by Mattern who also took in the extra points. The second was a 25-yard run by Mattern'with Swanson once again getting the 2 po!nts. The final touchdown of the game was Or- luck's 1-yard quarterback sneak with Swanson toting in the conver- sion. The first game ended with every- one getting to play and a triumphant win by the Buccaneers 40-6. The Buccaneers will play this Friday in Richardton at 7 p .m. Homecoming against Hettinger/Scranton is set for 6 p. m. on Sept. 1 . Beach: 16, 24, 0, 0 final score: 40 Ray/Powers Lake: 6, 0, 0, 0 final Kyle Heiser takes part in a weight-liffing competition south of Medora earlier this month. Look- ing on, from left, are Paul DeSimone, Aaron Kuntz and Corey Hutzenbiler. (Photo by Richard with big win Volesky) Lifti.n " The Beach offense gears up for an offensive play. (Photo by Renee Orluck) score 6 Swanson, 2 pt. conversion; Josiah First quarter: Josiah Orluck, 3 Orluck, 2 yd. TD run; Gage Swan- yds.; Clay Mattern, 2 pt. conversion;" son, 2 pt. conversion 26 yd. TD pass, Josiah Orluck to Jar Rushing: Clay Matteru, 19 car- ed Wojahn; Gage Swanson, 2 pt. ties, 172 yds.;Josiah Orluck, 11 car- conversion ries, 55 yds.; Gage Swanson, 10 Second quarter: Clay Mattern, 5 carries, 46 yds. yd. TD run; 2 pt. conversion; Clay Receiving: Jared Wojahn, 2 re- Mattern, 25 yd. TD run; Gage ceptions, 34yds. Drought meeting planned for Aug. I Gov. Doug Burgum and state reet. U.S.DepartmentofAgriculture. Agriculture Commissioner Doug The latest U.S. Drought Monitor The first 30 minutes of the meet- Goehring are continuing their series reported 82 percent of the state in ing will provide opportunities to of drought meetings this week with some level of drought, including 43 speak with agency officials and pick atown hall event in Beach, where percent in extreme or exceptional up fliers, brochures and other infor- state agencies will provide informa- drought across much of western mation about assistance programs. tional resources for farmers, ranch- North Dakota. Recent widespread The formal part of the meeting will ers and other North Dakotans rainfall has benefited row crops and begin around 5:30 p.m., with the impacted by extreme drought condi- pastures, but drought effects are still governor and agriculture commis- tions, being felt. sioner addressing those in attendance The Beach meeting meeting is set Last week, over half of the state's and taking questions. for 5-8 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 24, at topsoil moisture supplies were rated A meeting was held on Monday, the Community Center, 153 Main St short or very short, according to the Aug. 21, in Stanley. By Richard Volesky Medora itself since people who travel local area included Corey Hutzen- Editor/Reporter from out of the region can take part beler, Ty Buckman and Kyle Heiser. MEDORA- Weight lifting is a lot in other Medora activities or see the Hutzenbeler said he became inter- like4-H, an area supporter says. tourist sites before and after the ested in the event because of the com- Earlier this month, the 5th Annual weightlifting, petition it involves. Aaron Kuntz of Cowboy Bash was held at Gym War- Paul DeSimone, who operates a Belfield received a special award in riors West, which is a residence that gym in Massachusetts, explained recognition of his fifth year as a stu- also includes a weight-lifting room. rules and safety to the participants, dent/contestant. "Staying fit is a great stress re- who ranged from novice lifters to vet- Dave Clem, who has several na- ducer," said the Rev. Roger Di- erans, tional records, owns Pit Powerlifting eterle, Lutheran pastor, an event "It's an awesome event," said in Dickinson. organizer and former bodybuilder DeSimone. "Roger arranged the Clem said weightlifting is a way who also participated in the Aug. 5 sponsors ... and then we put this to- to keep pushing and challenging him- event, gether. This is like a launching pad. self and that he loves to teach other Dieterle likened weightlifting to 4- We mix people together - those who athletes. "It keeps you healthy and out H, with it's original motto that men- have competed and not competed. It's of trouble," said Clem. "I like to be a tions the head, heart, hands, and good for you (as a learning method.)" good role model." health all considered together for the Kim Clark, also from Massachu- The overall female winner at the well-being of youth, setts, said she enjoys weightlifting Aug. 5 event was Samantha Pagel of In a previous year, the event was because it keeps her healthy. Hettinger, who accomplished a 280- held in Medora, but it was realized it "You don't know how strong you pound deadlift. would be more practical to hold it are until you do it," said Clark. "I just Shawn Crandall of Bismarck, 262 southwest of Medora at Dieterle's res- try to surpass the records."pounds, was the overall winner in his idence where the equipment was al- Clark at one time held all the weight category. He squatted 600, ready located instead of moving it world records for her category. She benched 365 and deadlifted 700. back and forth, also was the first woman under the Matt Dahl, also of Bismarck, 165 About 12 area businesses spon- age of 24 to deadlift 400 pounds, pounds, was the overall winner in his sored the event. A draw has been Participants and novices from the weight group. io nded to ue BISMARCK - The general pub- national recovery experts on how services," Helgaas Burgum said. lic, Native American communities, to reinvent recovery in North Recovery Reinvented sessiods business and community leaders, Dakota. will include topics such as recovery behavioral health providers, univer- Recovery Reinvented is free and community organizations, sober sity and college representatives, open to the public. Tickets are lim- living, criminal justice reform, re- health care providers and adminis- ited and registration is required, entry, Native American recovery, trators, addiction recovery advo- Volunteer opportunities are avail- and more. An interactive question cates, faith-based communities, able for the event. For more infor- and answer session with the gover- first responders, law enforcement, mation, to register or to volunteer, nor and first lady will provide an families and more can attend Re- visit, opportunity for open community covery Reinvented on Sept. 26 in "Addiction is a chronic disease discussion. Bismarck. that is treatable, and recovery is "As drug addiction and over- This daylong event from 8 a.m. possible. The governor and I have doses continue to take their toll on to 5 p.m. at the Bismarck Event pledged to reduce the social stigma North Dakota families and stretch Center, promoted by Gov. Doug and shame surrounding addiction so community resources, the first lady Burgum and First Lady Kathryn that more people impacted by ad- and I are committed to pursuing a Helgaas Burgum, will feature facil- diction will seek help and have ac- holistic approach to addiction in our itated conversations with state and cess to more resources and communities," Gov. Burgum said. The First With Thing You Should Do Every Paycheck When most people receive a paycheck, they spend the money on bills, fun, and last of all...savings. If you find saving difficult, set aside a portion of your earnings before you take care of your bills. Some people start by saving 50/0, 10% or more. You'll be pleased how fast your savings will grow. o.A First State Bank Golva Medora Beach 872-3656 623-5000 872-4444 Member FDIC ATM in Beach & Medora lobby