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q October 6, 2016 Golden Valley News Page 5 J' i!i i. .i q ir i !) Please support your local merchants! w Pipeline protestors About 100 people protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline briefly interrupt a debate among the three candidates for governor of North Dakota on Oct. 3. The debate, held in Bismarck, was sponsored by the North Dakota Newspaper Association. (Courtesy Photo) Ag researchers, industry encouraged to apply for funding WASHINGTON - Sen. John Ho- available through tile Specialty Crop Eligible crops include fruits and veg- Eastern Time on Nov. 15, 20t6, and even, R-N.D., a member of the U.S. Research Initiative. etables, tree nuts, dried fruits and hor- may be submitted by institutions of Senate Agriculture Committee and This program supports researchticulture and nursmT Crops, including higher education, resem'ch institutions, Agriculture Appropriations Subcom- and extension projects to address chal- floriculture. North Dakota is a leading Cooperative Extension Services, State mittee, says that the National Institute lenges in phutl breeding,pest manage- producer of several specialty crops,in- Agn'icultural Experiment Stations.pri- of Food andAgriculture(NIFA) atthe ment, production efficiency, new eluding dry beans and peas, lentils, vate organization and individuals. U.S. Department of Agricultureinnowttions and technology and food sunflowers andhoney. More information can be found on (USDA) is making $48.1 millionsafety in production and processing. Pre-applications aredue by 5 p.m. USDA, s website or Free program offered for parents with teens Afree program will be offered l])r derstand "tweens" and teens and parents with teens, presented by the changes in adolescence. It will show West Dakota Parent & Farnily Re- how parents can "keep their cool" source Center, and in collaboration and neutralize arguing, set effective with Golden Valley County Exlen- limits, and help youngsters "catch" sion. responsibility. The program will help parents un- The programs wilt be held at the Golden Valley County Extension Of- fice on Wednesdays, Nov. 2, 9, and 16 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. To register call (701) 456-0007 or 1-877-264-1142. Parents can also send an e-mail to by Oct. 27. d t l im li By Jane M. Cook Reporter GLADSTONE - At 3:19 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 28, a 1996 Ken- worth pulling a flatbed trailer driven by Jared Lewton, 45 of Hettinger was northbound on a county road 3 miles north of Gladstone, when the vehicle entered the left ditch. The driver attempted to correct, causing the Kenworth to roll. The N.D. Highway Patrol, Stark County Sheriff's Office and the Dickinson Ambulance responded to the scene. Lewton died at the scene. V0usaidit, N0rmDak0ta! 1st District Billings County Commission Paid for by Joseph L. "Joe" Kessel STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA 218 Airport Road Bismarck, ND Thurs., Oct. 13, 2016 11:00 a.m. For a complete list of vehicles check out our web site ,at: ww,&dot.nd.go'~ or call (701) 328-1434 (Hoffinan Auction Service - Lic. #1) To reques! accommodulions fi)r disabilities and/or/unguage assist~mce, co/tract Civil Rights Division, NDI)O-f, 701-328-2978 or civih'~hts or IT)" 711 or 1-800-366-6888, Dan Farstveet, 8each .'~ '.~'L~I~ ,', aLl:, .~.Lt::,'# c.:'L 7"r7 :~," t (i,') EIT" n~lalmltatual,emm Saving Lives and Money! Vote YES on Measure 4! You are Invited to the First Annual BBQ in the Badlands BrewFest! October 2016 2-10 pm Dawson County Fairgrounds, Glendive, MT Family Fun with Kids Entertainment Music by Reaction Jacket, Food Vendors, Great Beer & Competitive BBQ! A Giendive Chamber Of Commerce & Agriculture Event 808 N. Merrill Ave. Triple T Specialty Meats GlendlVecenterMedical ~ ~/~ ,! : ~i*~" SU. Imvm~[~,~k Put Your Money Where Your' .ouse T_S! lOCal indep~Oent ,~ strengthet~ our bussrresses are ~ comrnun#y your best value and our economy Health clinics schedule PAID FOR Billings/Golden Valley County Golden Valley Manor foot care: health flu vaccination and health Please contact Golden Valley Manor maintenance clinics for.October will staff for exact dates and times. be held: Beach, Golden Valley County Sentinel Butte, Olson's Station, Courthouse Office: vaccinations and Friday, Oct. 7, 10:30 -noon health maintenance at Public Health Fairfield; Fire Hall,Tuesday, Oct. ()ffice. Please call for appointment, 11,9 alm.-noon (701) 872-4533. Offered screenings Beach, Golden Valley Manor, at these clinics includes influenza Tuesday, Oct. 18, 8:45-1(t:45 a.m. and pneumonia vaccinations, blood Beach, Senior Citizens Center,pressure, weight, pulse, andrapid as- Tuesday, Oct. 18, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. sessment. May include other immu- Medo~:a, Billings County Court- nizations, fasting blood sugar, house,Thursdays,Oct. 6, 13,20,and hemoglobin, urinz/lysis, etc. For a 27, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. (Please call ahead complete list of services provided of time for vaccinations), please call (70 I)'872-4533. The deadline for submitted copy and stories and all ad orders is noon on Fridays. Call 872-3755 or e-mail goldenandb 701-559-MOVI (6684) iolflond,:, NO Thoa~ : - TYPE IN :., October 14 & 15 7pm and Oct 16 at 5pm 5rar D ,AIe feat, re Miss peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children PG- 3 October 28 and 29 at 6 30pm and Oct 30 5phi: " I [[0R i I WAI(.[ PG 13 .... " October 28 and 29 at 9:00 pm and Oct 30 7:30 pm Measure 4 will raise North Dakota's shamefully low tobacco taxes. Why? #1 Raising the price of tobacco is a proven way to prevent kids from starting to use tobacco and helping people quit. Preventing and reducing the use of tobacco will save North Dakotans $247 million' in tobacco-related health care costs and save thousands of people from premature death. 50% of new tobacco tax revenues will fired programs to meet the medical, physical~ and psychological needs of our state's veterans. 50% of new tobacco tax revenues will fund programs tbr those suffering from mental illness, substance abuse, and chronic disease. ON MEASURE YES 4 KIDS I YES 4 VETERANS I YES 4 HEALTH BY THE AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION IN NORTH DAKOTA, KRISTIE WOLFF. PROGRAM MANAGER t