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1813 Oliver H. Perry sent his famous message, "We have met the enemy, and they are ours," after defeating the British in the Battle of Lake Erie in the War of 1812. set The Fall District Meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held at Mott on Sept. 17. Cheryl Crook, Dickinson, District 8 president will pre- side at the meeting. Registration is to begin at 7 p.m., and meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. in the Hettinger! County Courthouse basement, I which is two blocks off Main Street. The main speaker for the meeting will be GiGi Moore, Oakes, department president. Betty Malkowski will also speak; she is the state mem- bership chairman. Units in 8th District are: Beach, Belfield, Bowman, Dickinson, Halliday, Hettinger, Killdeer, Mott, New England, Reeder, Regent, Rhame, Richardton and Scranton. ng The Southwestern District Health Unit will be offering a free oral cancer screening for tobacco users on Sept. 24 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Badlands Urology Clinic (across the street from Lincoln Elementary) in Dickinson. Screenings are by appoint- ment only. Call 483-3760 to register today. Billings County Historical Society meeting, 5:15 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 16, Billings County Courthouse Commissioners' Room, Medora. Varsity football, Beach vs. Wilton/Wing, away, 6 p.m., Sept. 11. Varsity football, Belfield- South Heart vs. Bowman County, at Belfield, 7 p.m., Sept. 11. Beach Buccaneers, Heart River Cougars at varsity volley- ball tournament at Center, TBA, Sept. 11-12. Varsity volleyball, Beach vs. Wibaux (A & B teams) at Beach, 5:30 p.m., Sept. 15. Volleyball, Belfield-South Heart vs. Scranton, (A, B & C teams), at home, 4:30 p.m., Sept. 15. Not too crabby The Fultons in Beach, from left, Ron, Charles and Bob, pick a good yard on Sept. 7. (Photo by Richard Volesky) crop of crabapples from their front By Richard Volesky Editor/Reporter Crop yields in the area are turning out to be "good" or "really good," elevator man- agers say. The harvest has been slow, however, with some farmers reporting they have to wait until early afternoon to start up their combines due to damp, dewy mornings. Statewide, the North Dakota Department of Agriculture says the harvest is about three weeks or more behind the usual schedule. Hotter weath- er, plus wind this past week- end, seemed to put the har- vest into high gear as produc- ers took advantage of the weather. With winter wheat the first off.the fields, elevator man- agers were able to get a sense of the outcome of that crop, but the spring wheat harvest has been in its beginning stages in some areas. "I think it's a pretty good crop," said Paul Lautenschlager, manager of Beach Co-op Grain Co. Some of the quality is lower, having been bleached by rain, but it's still of mar- ketable quality, said Lautenschlager. Pulse crops and lentils that he's seen have come in with good yields and good quality, he said. Mark Baar, manager of SoUthwest Grain in Belfield, said winter wheat yields have been "really good" and in the 40 to 60 bushel per-acre range. Protein content has been average or low. Gary Howard, manager of the Golva Co-op Elevator, also reported yields in the 40 to 60 bushel range, while the protein figures have been good. Peas did well during the cooler summer, and he's heard of canola yields of 2,1300 pounds per acre. Wheat prices last year were in the $8 to $9 range, but prices now are under $4 to $4.50, said Lautenschlager. Such is the result of a decreased demand for exports, and an abundance of Harvest (Continued on Page 10) Agency: Bighorn population remains high MEDORA - North Dakota's "To help bolster the southern bighorn sheep population is in herds, this winter we. plan on excellent shape, according to Brett translocating sheep from the north- Wiedmann, big game biologist for ern population," Wiedmann said. the state Game and Fish "We will relocate some of the Department in Dickinson. Montana sheep (transplanted to A July-August survey in western North Dakota in January 2006) that North Dakota showed 309 bighorn continue to do very well." sheep, down only seven from last Annual bighorn sheep survey year's record summer survey. "Last statistics are not recorded using a year I remarked that our bighom calendar year, but instead are done sheep population was thriving, so over a 12-month period beginning needless to say I am very pleased each April and ending the following. with our current numbers," March. Each summer, typically in Wiedmann said. "In fact, I feared our August, Game and Fish Department counts would be much lower due to biologists count and classify all the severity of last winter. However, bighorns, a process that takes six despite the extreme conditions, the weeks to complete as biologists adult segment of our population is in radio-collar three-to-five sheep in great shape, along with a surprising- each herd, locate them from an air- ly high number of lambs." plane, and then hike into each band Survey results revealed 98 rams, in order to record population demo- 161 ewes and 50 lambs,- 242 in the graphics using a spotting scope and northern Badlands (an increase of binoculars. Biologists then recount 10 from last year) and 67 in the lambs in March to determine lamb southern Badlands (down 17). recruitment. By Ellen Feuerhelm The addition was added because Reporter the bar didn't have room for bands MEDORA - The owners of to play inside. Boots Bar and Grill continue to Skachenko and Bang said the work on a 3,200-square-foot expan- decks and the inside of the business sion that will also serve as the win- would be able to seat around 300 ter bar area. people. They have also ordered a The bar and grill, formely known Karaoke machine and plan to have as the Ironhorse Saloon, opened on bands play on the weekends. May 1 under the ownership of "Johnny Holm Band has already Morey Bang, Killdeer, and hisplayed at the Boots Bar and Grill," nephew Brad Skachenko, San said Bang. Diego, Calif. Bang and Skachenko The new addition will have said they both love Medora and had office space and a dance area. The been looking for a business to pur- bar has also added two more bath- chase, rooms to accommodate its cus- The new addition will have pool tomers. tables inside, plus three large tree The business has a wonderful stumps adding to its rustic decor, old wooden bar, and the staffers all "We want people to carve their wear black button-down shirts with names into the tree stumps in the collars. The place has a very rustic new addition," said Bang. and homey feel. This year's Beach High School Homecoming candidates include, front row, from left, Tanner Tescher, Jordan Tescher, Caitlin Maus, Emily Hardy and Kelsey Schillo; and back row, from left, Devin Steele, Justin Maus, Kayla Dolyniuk and Amber Kennedy. Not pictured is Lance Dykins. (Photo by Ellen Feuerhelm) ',h Homecoming candidates named By Ellen Feuerhelm is Justin Maus from Golva, and the Tescher of Beach, and the freshmen Reporter senior class queen candidate is queen candidate is Amber Kennedy The 2009 class of Beach High Kayla Dolyniuk of Beach. Junior of Beach. School has named its homecoming class king candidate is TannerThe football team kind candidate candidates. Tescher of Beach. The junior class is Devin Steele of Beach, and the The coronation will be held on queen candidate is Emily Hardy of football team queen candidate is Monday, Sept. 14, at 8 p.m. at the Golva. Kelsey Schillo of Beach. High School. The sophomore class king candi- The Homecoming dance is also The Homecoming game will be date is Lance Dykins of Beach, and on Friday. held on Sept. 18 at 6 p.m. against the sophomore queen candidate is The Homecoming volleyball Washburn. Caitlin Maus of Golva. Freshmen game is Thursday, Sept. 17 at 4:30 The senior class king candidate class king candidate is Jordanp.m. against New England. I I The importance of establishing an' emergency fund Setting money aside for an emergency is a smart move. Expensive car repairs, job loss, or unforseen medical expenses can present financial challenges. We suggest setting aside three to months earnings in a safe place like a Savings Account, Money Market Account or short-term CD so your money is available when you need it. When you bank with us, your money is completely safe. Each depositor is FDIC insured up to $250,000. Beach 872-4444 Golva 872-3656 Medora 623-5000 hr. ATM in Beach & Medora lobby Medora Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m Member FDIC