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Page 2 Golden Valley News September 22, 2016 Healthy Advice Smokey evening Billings County firefighters watch over the scene of a straw and barley haystack fire the evening of Sept. 18, at the Shane and Amanda Talkington ranch. The fire's cause was believed to have been a green bale. (Photo by Richard Volesky) Zoning m r for center postponed By Richard Volesky on Oct. 4, but project organizers cated on the property. Editor/Reporter have since asked to delay the appli- The proposed building would be MEDORA - A proposal for a cation, Marcia Lamb, Billings 62-by-108 and would have a barn- new events center south of Medora County auditor, said on Sept. 15. like appearance, according to a won't be before the Billings County Tawnya Bulger and Tanya Me- photo of a similar building that was Commission Oll Oct. 4. Farland, as applicants for Legacy submitted with the zoning applica- The Billings County Planning & Hills L.L.C. of Beach, want totion. Zoning Commission last month rec- build the facility at 3565 East River The property is currently zoned ommended that the project move Road. A pole barn, plus a mobile ['or agricultural use, and would forward. The matter was to be dis- home with a rustic appearance and need to be rezoned for commercial cussed by the County Commission a covered porch are currently 1o- use. Waterfowl hunters reminded of ANS regulations Waterfowl hunters are reminded motors, trailers and other watercraft: cleaned from boats prior to trans- to do their part in preventing the and remove all aquatic plants t'rom portation into or within North spread of aquatic nuisance species boats and trailers before leaving a Dakota. into or within North Dakota. marsh or lake, the North Dakota In addition, drain plugs on boats Waterfowl hunters must remove Game & Fish Department says. In must remain pulled when the boat is plants and plant fragments from de- addition, hunters are encouraged to in transit away from a water body. coys, strings and anchors; remove brush their hunting dogs flee of mud More ANS information, includ- plants seeds and plant fragments and seeds, ing regulations,is available by visit- fl'om waders and other equipment Cattails and bulrushes may be ing the North Dakota Game and before leaving hunting areas; re- transported ascamouflageon boats. Fish Department move all waFerfrom decoys, boats, All other aquatic vegetation must be website, gf.nd.gov. Stevenson Funeral Home Belfield Lutheran Church Annual Church Supper Sunday, Oct. 2 • 4:30 - 7 p.m. St. Bernard's Parish Center, 404 3rd Ave. NE 866-483-7900 or 701-483-7900 www.stevensonfuneralhome, corn Menu includes: meatballs, ham, mashed potatoes and gravy, lefse, and all the trimmings. Advance tickets not required. Free will offering. Sponsored by the Belfield Women of the ELCA. 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CREDIT UNIrlN WILLISTON I DICKINSON I HEBRON BEACH I GLEN ULLIN I RAY VVVC~/.WCC U.ORG Explaining causes, symptoms of arrhythmia What is an arrhythmia? An arrhythmia is an abnormal heart rhythm. Some an:hythmias cab cause problems with contractions of your heart chambers by: ° Not allowing the lower cham- bers (ventricles) to fill with enough blood -- or not allowing enough blood to be pumped to the body -- due to an abnormal electric signal, causing the heart to pump too fast or too slow • Not allowing the top chambers (atria) to work properly What causes an arrhythmia? An impaired electrical system -- which regulates a steady heartbeat -- can cause a heart to beat too fast, too slow or irregularly. What are the risk factors for an arrhythnfia? The electrical system of the heart is susceptible to many risk factors in- cluding substances like caffeine, to- bacco, illegal drugs, diet drugs, herbs and prescription medication. Health conditions including coronary heart disease, high blood pressure and dia- betes also contribute to developing arrhythmias, which become more common with age. What are the symptoms of an arrhythmia? Whether the heartbeat is too fast, too slow or irregular, the effects on the body are often the same. Symp- toms include: • Palpitations -- a sensation of fluttering or irregularity in the heart- beat • Weakness • Fatigue • Low blood pressure • Dizziness • Fainting • Heart failure • Collapse and cardiac arrest Dr. Stephen Boateng • Difficulty feeding (in babies) How are arrhythmias diag- nosed? Several tests may be used to diag- nose arrhythmias including an elec- trocardiogram (ECG), a measurement of the electrical activ- ity in the heart. Electrodes are placed on the chest, arms and legs, enabling a graphic representation of the elec- trical activity to be made as it is re- ceived and interpreted by an ECG machine. An ECG can show the pres- ence of arrhythmias, damage to the heart caused by lack Of oxygen to the heart muscle, heart attack, problems with heart valves or other heart con- ditions. There are a number of variations on ECG tests involving different pe- riods of time, positions, levels of bodily stress and methods m-oni- toring. How are arrhythmias treated? Those causing few, if any prob- LI The deadline for submitted copy and stories and all ad orders is noon on Fridays. Call 872-3755 or e-mail ....... Locally Owned and Famay Operated . Serving Southwestern North Dakota and Southeastern Montana ~~ Funeral Directors IS~NSQN[ Jon Stevenson Nic Stevenson [ .................... l Tom Muckle Bill Myers lems, may not require treatment. There are several treatment choices for arrhythmias causing symptoms, with a health care provider choosing an option based on the type of ar- rhythmia, severity of symptoms and presence of other conditions. A1Thythmia treatments include: • Lifestyle changes -- dietary and stress management • Medication • Cardioversion -- an electric shock to the heart through the chest • Ablation -- an invasive, but nonsurgical procedure using a catheter • Permanent pacemaker -- a small device put under the skin to regulate the heartbeat • Implantable cardioverter defib- rillator -- a small device placed just under the skin used with a pacemaker for life-threatening fast arrhythmias • Surgery (Stephen Boateng, a visiting car- diologist at Sm~brd Health West Dickinson Clinic, is fellowship trained h~ cardiology fi'om Rush Uni- versity Medical Center in Chicago and board certoqed in internal medi- cine by the American Board of Inter- hal Medicine. He received his medical degree from the University of North Texas Health Science Cen- ter in Fort Worth and completed his residency training in internal medi- cine fi'om the UniversiO, of Chicago -- Northshore in Evanston, Ill.) Golden Valley News P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621 (U.S.P.S. Pub. No. 221-280) Staff: Richard Volesky, editor/ reporter, and Jane Cook, office and news assistant. The Golden Valley News is pub- lished each Thursday, 22 Central Ave., Suite 1, Beach, ND 58621 by Nordmark Publishing. Periodicals postage paid at Beach, ND and addi- tional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Golden Valley News, P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621. Please allow two to three weeks for new subscriptions, renewal of ex- pired subscriptions and for address changes. Contact Information • Phone: 701-872-3755 • Fax: 701-872-3756 Email: goldenandbillings@ gmail.com Subscriptions: • I year: $34 Golden Valley County • 1 year: $38 elsewhere in North Dakota • 1 year: $42 out-of-state and snowbirds • 9 months: $25 In-state college rate The Golden Valley News is a proud member of the North Dakota Newspaper Association. 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