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October 1, 2020 Golden Valley News Page 5 Affordany priced homes, land and com- mercial property. Call Sue Finneman, Re- altor, 701-527-8159, Home and Land Company, 269 16th St W, Dickinson, ND, 701-483-6789 www.homeandlandcompanycom. All of these properties are in Beach unless otherwise noted. RESIDENTIAL/LAND $12,000 Build-ready 9,660 sf corner lot 4th St 5th Ave SE, Beach, ND. $17,500 Nearly 14,000 sf lot near HS, 1st Ave NE. PRICE REDUCED $17,000 Cute-as-a- button home, needs craft and care, 471 1st Ave SE. $36,000 Home, 2 cabins & 2 trailer hookups, 125 Grove St, Sentinel Butte. SOLD--Nice rental or home near Elemen- tary, Beach. NEW LISTING $59,000 Sweet 1 3/4 story home, covered patio and garage, 424 Cen- tral Ave N. $74,900 The more the merrier, 4 or 5—bed- room home, 466 2nd Ave SE. $75,000 Park-like yard; lovely 2-story home, 218 4th Ave SE. $81,000 NEWLY ROOFED 1909 church for home, B&B or vacation property, 105 3rd Ave SW. PRICE REDUCED $75,000 3-bed, 2-bath home, south edge of town, 576 ist Ave SE. $82,500 Updated 2-bed home, double garage, new sewer line to street, 489 3rd Ave SE. PENDING $119,900 Too many good rea- sons buy this home, 247 2nd Ave NE. NEW ROOF $120,000 2-story home, ren— ovated 3—bed, 2-bath on 14,100 sf lot, 370 2nd St NE. $130,000 New basement and like-new main floor, 3-bed, 2—bath, 476 1st ST SE. NEW LISTING $145,000 No steps in this well—built 2-bedroom home, large garage, 553 3rd Ave SE. $149,000 Over 2,400 sf classy home with giant garage/shop, 341 4th Ave SE. $179,000 5/6 bedrooms, updated and a hot tub too, 506 2nd Ave SE. $190,000 Contemporary refinished home, 3-bed, sunroom, double garage, fenced, 620 1st Ave NE. PRICE REDUCED $199,000 Beautiful yard, 5—bed home and large shop/garage, 165 3rd Ave NE COMMERCIAL $12,950 Building and lot, Terrell Ave E, Golva. $89,900 4-Plex, fully occupied, 2-bed, 1 bth units, 221 1st St SE. $89,900 4-Plex renovated in 2010, fully oc— cupied, 14 3rd Ave SE. $108,000 8,000 sf shop/warehouse indus- trial building, 117 1st Ave SW. $725,000 Beach Food Center, turnkey op- erating business: building, fixtures in- ventory, 181 N Central Ave. tfn Western View Apartments, Beach. Two bedrooms available, all utilities paid, laun- dry hookups, income based. Call Barbara, 701-872—4102. Non-smoking. Profession— ally managed by Prairie Homes Manage- ment, 701 -356-9501, TTY 1-800-366-6888. $200 Walmart Card (with 12 month lease). tfn HELP WANTED The Billings/Golden Valley Counties Coun- cil on Aging (COA) has an opening for a Transportation Coordinator/Project Man- ager. The Coordinator schedules trans— portation for residents of both counties with a driver and a vehicle. Computer skills are a necessary component to complete the ND state and Federal reports as well as the Department of Transportation reports, applications, and grants. Coordinator is re- sponsible for preparing and keeping a record of maintenance of vehicles and driver training, finances, and payroll. Indi- vidual will work with an accounting firm and COA board. Meetings are every month with the COA board. Salary is dependent on experience. For further information con— tact 701-872-3836. Mail resume and letter of application by September 25, 2020 to the following ad- dress: COA Board/Box 434/Beach, ND 58621. Position is open until filled. tfn The Golden Valley News is accepting ap- plications or resumes for fall varsity sports correspondents to cover Beach High School volleyball and football. Call (701) 872-3755 for an application, or send a re- sume to Golden Valley News, PO. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621, or goldenand- This is a work-from- home position. TFN The Billings County Pioneer is accepting applications or resumes for fall varsity sports correspondents to cover Heart River volleyball and football. Call (701) 872—3755 for an application, or send a resume to Billings County Pioneer, PO. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621, or golde— This is a work- from-home position. TFN Beach Cooperative Grain Company is looking to fill a full-time bookkeeping posi- tion. Job requirements are answering phones, helping customers, paying bills, and writing grain checks. Job includes group health and dental insurance, life in- surance, paid vacation, medical leave, and 401(K). If interested, please call our office at 701-872-3761. tfn News/Pioneer Classified Ads: A minimum charge of $7 for 25 words and 10 cents per word thereafter. Classified ads for give-away items can be published free of charge. Deadline for all ads: Noon Friday, preceding publication date. Phone: 701-872-3755 0 Fax: 701-872-3756 - Email: REAL ESTATE FOR RENT HELP WANTED SERVICES Contractor needed for repairs on Pierre Wibaux House at the Wibaux County Mu- seum. Must be licensed, bonded and in- sured in Montana. Work must be completed as soon as possible. Contact the museum, 406-796-9969 or Judy John- son 701-260-9375. 3-5 The Beach Public School District is seek- ing applicants for a junior'high girl’s bas- ketball coach. Pay will be based on experience. No other benefits. Practice will begin late mid-October. The deadline is until filled. Coach will be subject to a background check. Applications may be picked up at the Beach High School office. Contact Mike Zier, Athletic Director. with any questions. (872-4161 Ext. 1116) 4-5 Central Rural Fire Protection District of Beach, ND is offering a Skid Unit for sale by sealed bid. It includes a 250-gallon alu- minum tank; 18 horse power Briggs en— gine; HP pump model 3375; two reels with 100-foot one-inch hose each and two high power guns, battery included. Please mail in sealed bids with name and phone num- ber to: CRFPD, Atten: Skid Unit, PO Box 926, Beach ND 58621 by October 7, 2020. Our meeting will be October 13th, 2020 at 5:15pm MT at the Beach Fire Hall. The sealed bids will be read by the board. For more information on this skid unit call Fire Chief Dan Buchholz at 701-872-6662. ‘ 4-5 SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE SEEKS Asso— ciate Dentist because of increase in patient volume. Potential earnings $300K plus. In- cludes benefits. Email drb@friendlysmiles- THE CITY OF MCCLUSKY has an imme- diate opening for the position of a public works/city maintenance person. Duties in- clude street sweeping, water meter read- ing, snow removal and any other city water/sewer/maintenance issues that come up. Salary negotiable. Call 701-363- 2345 for information or to obtain an em- ployment application. DAYTIME COOK LAKE Region State College, Devils Lake, Fulltime 10 or 12 month contract, full benefits. Hours are 7:30am 4:00pm Monday-Friday, rotating weekends. Salary depending on experi- ence. For more information see our web- site at ANYONE CAN RUN STATEWIDE with HELP WANTED ads in all the newspapers of ND. with the NorthSCAN program! $160 /25 words / all ND papers. NDNA, 701-223-6397. Business And Professional Directory Bennett Houglum Anmw All Risk Crop Hail Insurance 211 West Main Street Ada, MN 56510 16201 Old Highway 10 Sentinel Butte, ND 58654 1 -800-784-2106 John Germolus Wayne Lee Marisa Carlsrud This entity is an equal opportunity provider Your local telephone company Serving the Beach, Golva, Sentinel Butte Medora areas For service please call 1-800-523-5436 FELDMANN since 1936 701—872—33 17 Licensed Contractor Backhoe & Other Dirt Work, Design, Building and Supply, Concrete, Stone & Brick, Roofing Furnace installation New or remodeling Building your dreams through 4 generations! Beach, ND 58621 Sue Finnemann Licensed Real Estate Agent in ND. and MT (701) 483-6789, (701) 527-8159 cell ’or suefinneman , I‘ 3 1') i ii iii, /. < $135- Real Estate Professionals Home Land Manonlnc. Vicki Braden, Administrator 0 Flexible Meal Plans - Assisted Living 0 Night Security {Activities 7g4282 or'TTY 800-366-6888 The Golden Valley Manor is a US Department of HUD facility. Rental assistance is available to those who qualify. Guns II Things “0 305 N Merrill Ave. Glendive, MT Guns Bought, Sold, Repaired, and Traded FFH Licensed Ernie Huether, Pres. 377-3969» Firearms Gun Safes Smart Wool Ammunition Reloading Equipment Gglitiilii Travis H’auck Master Electrician Cell 701-872-6063 Office: 701-872-4083 4131 166th Ave. SW Beach, ND 58621 Licensed in and MT T vedt Trucking, Inc. 0 Custom Hauling 0 Grain or Feed 0 Livestock 0 Local & Long Distance Roger Tvedt Wibaux, MT 406-796-2968 CASE ELECTRIC LLC (701) 690—7l45 casey3 l 269(iiigmailcom PO Box 892 Beach. ND 5862] Residential. Commercial. Agricultural. Industrial. and Oil Field NEED NEW FLOORING? Call Empire Today® to schedule a FREE in-home esti- mate on Carpeting Flooring. Call Today! 844-859-6628. OVER $10K IN Debt? Be debt free in 24 to 48 months. No upfront fees to enroll. A+ BBB rated. Call National Debt Relief, 844— 981-0006. SAVE YOUR HOME! Are you behind pay— ing your MORTGAGE? Denied a Loan Modification? Is the bank threatening fore— closure? CALL Homeowner’s Relief Line! FREE CONSULTATION! 855-504—4680. TRAINING FREE SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING WORKSHOPS offered September 28th through 30th and October 1st and 2nd. Visit for registration details. Call 701—253-4112 for questions. TRAIN AT HOME TO DO MEDICAL BILLING! Become a Medical Office Pro- fessional online at CTII Get Trained, Certi- fied ready to work in months! Call 701-929-9679. (M-F 8am-6pm ET) COMPUTER IT TRAINING PROGRAM! Train ONLINE to get the skills to become a Computer & Help Desk Professional now! Grants and Scholarships available for cer- tain programs for qualified applicants. Call CT! for details! 701-929-9679 (M-F 8am- 6pm ET). REAL ESTATE ND FARM LAND Values surge upward. Are you selling or renting? Pifer’s Auction and Farm Land Management. Bob Pifer 701-371-8538. Kevin Pifer 701.238.5810. Free valuation. LOOKING FOR THE most complete listing of ND Media? Get the ND Media Guide for Only $25! Call 701-223-6397, ND News- paper Association. ORSE BUYER HORSE BUYER at BOWMAN Livestock, October 12: STOCKMANS LIVESTOCK East barn, Dickinson October 13th: SIT- TING BULL LIVESTOCK, Williston Octo- ber 14th: RUGBY LIVESTOCK October 15th. 8a.m.-4p.m. Buying all horses good, bad, ugly or pretty! Top dollar paid on the spot! Special interest in riding horses. 612— 839-9568. AUCTION AUCTIONS GUN CONSIGNMENT AUCTION Satur- day October 17. Visit for. details or Call Jeff (FFL License Holder at 701-659-3246). Orr Auctioneers Inc. Lic. 4t _\ 0 AUTO WANTED DONATE YOUR CAR TO CHARITY. Re- ceive maximum value of write off for your taxes. Running or not! All conditions ac- cepted. Free pickup. Call for details. 701- 809-7415. HEALTH ATTENTION: OXYGEN USERS! Gain freedom with a Portable Oxygen Concen- trator! No more heavy tanks and refills! Guaranteed Lowest Prices! Call the Oxy- gen Concentrator Store: 701-404-5994. (24/7) IHIIIEHI NEW AUTHORS WANTED! Page Pub— lishing will help you self—publish your own book. FREE author submission kit! Limited offer! Why wait? Call now: 866-331-7577. BOY SCOUT COMPENSATION FUND Anyone that was inappropriately touched by a Scout leader deserves justice and fi— nancial compensation! Victims may be el— igible for a significant cash settlement. Time to file is limited. Call Now! 844-347- 7225. WE MAKE IT easy to place an ad in one or all the North Dakota newspapers. One order, one bill, one check. We provide the ad design and tear sheets. Call the North Dakota Newspaper Association, 701-223- 6397. DEADLINES The deadline for submitted copy and stories and all ad orders is noon on Fridays. Call 872-3755 or e-mail goldenandbillings Winter is right around the corner I love autumn, although I usually get rather nostalgic at this time of year. The days are getting shorter aw- fully fast. Preparations for winter are mov- ing along quickly. It’s been a great year for acorns at our place, and the squirrels are busy with their hoards and caches. Many people — our household included — are frantically doing end-of—the-summer canning. The leaves have started changing color and it’s a joy to see the red of the sumac shrubs, the orange of our sugar maples and the wide variety of yellows that are coming along. The trees’ roots and stems are packed full of sugar and starch that will fuel next year’s growth. That is, if the trees survive the winter. - And the vast majority of them will survive. A few, though, might not make it. But let’s not worry about that quite yet. With the leaves losing their shades of green, the trees also are bringing nitrogen back into the branches and stems. The chemistry behind fall col— ors is a fascinating story of sugar and tiny molecules of pigment that cap— ture and reflect light. The colors de- velop more fully — brilliantly — when days are sunny and dry. Cloudy, wet weather will give us only drab fall colors. Believe it or not, many conifers are shedding their leaves as well. The older, inner needles of pines, spruces and arborvitaes are turning yellow or orange and dropping to the ground. These needles have been shaded out and aren’t productive any more, so the trees are letting them go. Each fall, I get a phone call or an email about a “pine tree” that’s los- ing all of its needles, completely dying. Usually, the tree is a larch, Dakota Gardener Ii} .IOL‘ /.L‘IL‘/IIII\ I‘til't‘slt‘l' NDSI' li\1cii\iou which is a very unique conifer. It’s deciduous. Every year, larch trees shed all of their needles. Every last one. They turn a bright yellow, providing a stunning display before they drop to the ground. And it’s normal. Larch trees are the exceptions to the rule — evergreens that are barren in the win- ter. It’s a part of the tree’s annual cycle of life and dormancy, and life again. But it doesn’t end there. The trees and other plants are feeding the ecosystems around them. The fallen leaves get broken down by bacteria and fungi, which are fed on by small insects and other invertebrates. Those small insects are eaten by larger in- sects or perhaps by mice or voles, or even garter snakes. And through all those processes, more nitrogen and other nutrients go back into the soil, where they’ll be utilized in next year’s growth. It’s a fascinating process. Next spring, the trees will shake off dormancy, pulling the sugar from their roots and nitrogen from their branches and the soil, developing new green leaves to start the whole cycle over. But I’m getting ahead of myself. Now’s the time to slow down and wait. ND receives funding for road, bridge repair after natural disasters By News/Pioneer Staff The US. Department of Trans— portation’s Federal Highway Admin- istration is providing North Dakota with $46 million in emergency relief funding for the repair of roads and bridges following natural disasters in the state, a Sept. 29 USDOT an- nouncement said. The funds are part of an overall $574 million funding package under FHWA’S Emergency Relief program to help 39 states and Puerto Rico make repairs to roads and bridges damaged by storms, floods, and other unexpected events. In North Dakota, $8.67 million is for "traditional" flooding events throughout the state, by Linda Thistle and the remainder is for 12 other projects, apparently mostly in east- ern North Dakota. Ilflflflflflflfi Hflflflflflflll flflflflllflflfl Eflflllflflflfl EIIIEIIEEEE Eflflflflllflfl EHIIIIEIHEEI HIIBIIEEH Jamsuv nxoans KneaM — Solution below HIE-III. Ell-IE Place a number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each small 9-box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine. DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: 9 0 Moderate 99 Challenging 09¢ HOO BOY! 2020 King Features Synd., Inc. This weekly puzzle is brought to you by: T&A Seeds Beach, ND (701) 872-3248