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77900-00-00 31P 6T SMALL TOWN PAPERS **C005 927 W RAILROAD AVE SHELTON, WA 98584-3847 BISMARCK - Tax Commissioner berger said in a press release. 62.38 percent Ryan Rauschenberger says NorthNine of the 15 major sectors re- Golden Valley County - In- Dakota's taxable sales and purchases ported taxable sales and purchases crease of 55.59 percent for the second quarter of 2018 in- gains when compared to the second McKenzie County - In- creased by nearly 10 percent, quarter a year ago. Most notably, the crease of 45.18 percent Taxable sales and purchases for mining and oil extraction sector in- Mountrail County - In- April, May and June were nearly creased by $208 million (a 43.31 per- crease of 33.94 percent $5.15 billion, a 9.46 percent increase cent increase) and the wholesale McHenry County - Increase over those months in 2017. trade sector increased by $236 mil- of 28.95 percent "This is the second consecutive lion (a 22.23 percent increase). Williams County - Increase quarter North Dakota taxable sales Counties with the highest percent of 28.94 percent and purchases have increased by increases for the second quarter of In other area data, Billings nearly 10 percent, and the fifth con- 2018 (compared to the second quar- County showed an increase of 3.5 secutive quarter that we've seen ter of 2017) were: percent, while Stark County had an growth in this report," Rauschen- Logan County-Increase of increase of 14.45 percent. City of Be manag By News Staff $2.9 secures ement in million loan, $2.3 million funding for ructu tion and install about 4,000 feet of WASHINGTON - U.S. Depart- grant. The funds will be used to im- force main, replacing a more than ment of Agriculture Rural Develop- prove the city's sewage lagoon to 50-year-old sewer line. The city of ment has approved funding forhelp accommodate populationBeach decided to move ahead with waste management infrastructure in growth, the project a few months ago. How- Beach and New Town. City of Beach - $482,000 ever, bids came in higher than ex- Details of the funding: loan, $307,243 grant. The funds will pected, and the project will be City of New Town - nearly be used to build a new sewer lift sta- offered for bids again in 2019. Helping Badlands Ministries Carma Rustan of New England looks over the quilts that were to be auctioned Annual Badlands Ministries Fall Event in Medora on Sept. 16. Quilts came from Lutheran parishes throughout the region. (Photo by Richard Volesky) during the 38th individuals and Residents on Sept. 14 at the Beach Community Center listen to a presentation regarding a pro- posal to locate a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center in Beach. (Photo by Renee Orluck) By Renee Orluck tional use pernfi't that wouldallow the to where the company would find Correspondent project. No decisions were made, and qualified employees since North Friday night, Sept. 14, Don the board requested additional infor- Dakota has a shortage of addiction Sturtevant and two of his associates mation. The board was scheduled to counselors. When asked, Sturtevant hosted what they called a "meet n' discuss the permit again on Tuesday did not know what was required of greet event" at the Beach Commu- evening, Sept. 18, which was after the addiction counselors in North nity Center. press deadline for the week. Dakota, how many staff the state They offered pizza and an oppor- On Sept. 14, the floor was opened would require for the five clients he tunity to ask questions about their for questions and hands shot up all planned on having for the first year proposed residential treatment facil- over the room. Many were con- or what state requirements would be ity for drug and alcohol treatment cerned about the safety of the neigh- for the building he plans on using. services at the site of the former borhood as the clients to this facility Several applauded his heart for Golden Valley County Hospital. A would be there of their own freewill helping others and his desire, but did short video was shown introducing and could leave at any time. Sturte- not believe Beach was the place for DESCO Behavioral Health Systems vant said the plan was for residents this type of facility and that he had L.L.C which is a company recently to wear tracking bracelets and their not done his homework in preparing created for the purpose of using the locations would be monitored, to open a facility in North Dakota. facility in Beach to treat addiction is- A couple of the licensed therapists Sturtevant said he and his backers sues in adults. Sturtevant also spoke from Home On The Range had ques- could offer excellent wages to their of the need for addiction help in tions about the distance from medical employees, but when asked what he western North Dakota. care and the safety of the clients, es- thought a decent wage was in North The Beach Zoning Board in Au- pecially those going through detoxi- Dakota he would not answer the gust discussed a request for a condi- fication. They were also concerns as question. loss lineup in first quarter. The Skyhawks scored first in their Homecoming game, but on the next possession the Bucs fought the 68 yards on the ground to make it into the end zone to tie it all up at 6-6. Seniors and juniors for Shiloh ac- counted for most of their scoring. Senior Canaan Fagerland had a par- ticularly busy night rushing for 131 yards and three touchdowns in the first half along with a pick six. The final score was 58-6 in favor By Renee Orluck of the Skyhawks. Correspondent Buccaneer statistics: Rushing - T. Most of the Buccaneer football Mattern 20 for 102 yards; T. Dietz 2 team traveled to Bismarck to play for 1 yard; G. Swanson 17 for 109 against the Shiloh Christian Sky- yards; T. Schumacher 4 for 8 yards; hawks last Friday, Sept. 14. Passing- T. Dietz 2 for 8 yards; Re- Minus senior running back Clay ceiving - B. Davidson 2 for 9yards. Mattern, coach Mike Zier had to The Buccaneers (1-3 in region) shake it up a bit. Gage Swanson took will head to Mott/Regent (0-3 in re- Mattern's spot and freshman Tevin gion) Friday, Sept. 21; and then Fri- Dietz stepped up in the quarterback day, Sept. 28, they will host Grant position. County (1-3 in region) for the Buc- Beach made a strong show in the caneers' Homecoming game. hu BISMARCK- The North Dakota state in medical shelters supporting District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Department of Health,Emergency Pre- vulnerable populations. North Carolina Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. paredness and Response Section, is de- requested the specialized teams North Carolina will reimburse North ploying two Emergency Management through the EMAC. Dakota's costs as delineated in the Assistance Compact (EMAC) medical EMAC enables a disaster-impacted EMAC request. response teams to Raleigh N.C. state to request and receive assistance Qualified individuals interested in The teams are comprised of 28 reg- from other member states quickly and volunteering on future missions istered nurses, paramedics and EMTs. efficiently. Congress has ratified can contact the N.D. Department of They will assist the hurricane-impacted EMAC in all 50 states, including the Health. UC to the limit By Renee Orluck the Bucs lost the lead part way through and Schumacher leading with 7 each. Correspondent their second game and the Bison came Five blocks were made by the Lady Two very evenly matched volley- out on top, 25-17. Taya Schumacher Bucs, three by Schumacher. Jenna ball teams played on Thursday night, aced her final serve and the third game Hildebrant made three of Beach's eight Sept. 13, in Beach. went to the Buccaneers 25-17. aces. Long volleys, close games with Hazen took the fourth game in a The Lady Bucs play Mott/Regent at many lead changes, and excited ex- close contest, 25-22, and they also got home on Sept. 20, in a tournament in pressive girls and coaches on both sides the win in the fifth, 15-7. Andrea Lund Dickinson on Sept. 21-22, and Beach's made for fine entertainment. The Buc- made 15 of the Bucs' 22 assists. The Homecoming game will be against caneers won the first game 27-25, but Bucs got 26 kills with Megan Rising Killdeer at home on Tuesday, Sept. 25. We know you can't always get to the bank during business hours. When you need to transact your business after hours, on the weekend, or holidays, we invite you to use our convenient automated teller machine. 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