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Page 10 Golden Valley News October 18, 2018 I Happening? Listings for high school sporting events, plus public events that are free to any- one and aren't fund-raisers or aren't family or business invitations, can be published free of charge in this col- umn. Beach varsity volleyball vs. Dickinson Trinity, 6:30 p.m Oct. 23, at Dickinson Trinity - 4th Annual Veterans Day Observance, 1-3 p.m Tuesday, Nov. 6, Golva Town Hall, presented by Golva Elementary School students - Tuesday, Nov. 6: Elec- tion Day - Sunday, Nov. 11: Vet- erans Day il The following relates to oil and gas well activity for the week of Oct. 7, in Stark, Golden Valley, Billings and Slope counties and is from re- ports of the N.D. Department of Mineral Resources: Temporarily abandoned: # 13414-Southwestern Production Corp Shapiro 23-10 NESW 10- 138N- 101 W, Billings County Reeompleted wells: #15167-North Range Resources, LLC, Beta Race. Federal 22-6, SENW 6-144N- 100W, Billings County By Jane M. Cook Senator Dale Patten (Sponsored and paid for by Project (Continued from Page 1) gone through the city of Medora's mitted as "ugly." zoning process, he said. He added he "This was an honest thing to e.n- would be making a motion to have hance a park " said Jaeger. "I strug- the wall reinstated, not because the gle with some of the tone of the SHSND is legally required to do so, letters I received." but because the SHSND has another Rockstad also said he was un- major issue, such as an education ini- happy with the "aggressive tone." tiative, on which to focus. "In life this is stuff that just hap- Doug Ellison, Medora City Coun- pens," said Rockstad. "It's an oops cil member, spoke on behalf of resi- event." dents who,were opposed to the wall's Sara Otte Coleman, state tourism changes. Ellison said residents were director and SHSND board member, "wounded" by the SHSND's actions, said she hoped the matter can be put Randy Hatzenbuhler, TRMF pres- aside because Medora residents and ident, explained that the TRMF got the state need to work together for involved with the park about three the future benefit of tourism. years ago through an agreement with Medora resident Mary Abraham- the SHSND to maintain the park. son said part of the circumstances The SHSND had said it didn't when the wall issue came up was that have the resources to take care of the residents were getting busy with the park. For the third season, the TRMF tourist season. She offered an apol- asked about creating the new access ogy about her previous tone, but not point into the park. for reacting. "Our perception is the park is bet- The motion to restore the wall ter - access is a good thing," said passed unanimously. Hatzenbuhler. The contractor's cost of creating However, Hatzenbuhler said if he the wall's opening was $66,000. had known that the controversy Rockstad said the state doesn't have would follow, he wouldn't have the money, and that he would write a asked. He said he "would be good" personal check - for an amount he with whatever the SHSND Board de- didn't mention - to get the process cided, going. After Weir offered his motion to "This is about how democracy have the wall restored, the discussion should work," said Rockstad. "Don't went to board members, feel bad about this. We don't." His AI Jaeger, board member, said he comments drew applause. struggled with a decision, but he The timeline for restoring the wall would vote to have the wall restored is unknown. The wall's blocks were in deference to Weir, who is a numbered when they were removed Medora resident. Jaeger described and are in storage. some of the letters that residents sub- 2018 GVN/BCP Oct. 17, 1968; 50 years ago: and a pair of boots were found to Ronald Fakler, son of Mr. and be missing from their large stock Mrs. George H. Fakler, former res- and other items may also have been idents, was recently awarded the stolen. Whoever the thief was, cut Bronze Star with "V" device for himself getting into the store. heroism while serving last July 3 as Arrangements are being com- a platoon leader with Co. A 5th pleted between Casey Tibbs and Battalion, 7th Cavalry. the Rev. William Fahnlander for a The Dickinson Store in Beach special showing of Tibbs' feature was burglarized sometime late this film, "Born to Buck" at the Home past Saturday night. Hank Reiter, on the Range for Boys, Sentinel manager, says a very good jacket Butte. Representative Keith Kempenich (/Representative Denton Zubke District 39 Republicans, Val Kummer, Watford City, Secretary) Oct. 4 - Deb held exercises with the residents at 10 a.m. The commu- nity bus gave rides so those needing groceries and running errands had the opportunity to do so. Marian Chrudimsky stopped by to visit and to donate apples to the kitchen. Oct. 5 - Hair was fixed in the Manor Salon starting at 8 a.m. Mass was celebrated in the Chapel at 10 a.m. with the Rev. Berg. Jeannie Smith had her birthday. Jeannie is. one of the wonderful cooks here at the Manor and has been sharing with us her prize recipes and cooking tal- ents over the years. Jo Heckaman visited Dorothy Stolberg. Oct. 6 - Reading with Gary took place at 2 p.m. Leroy Pfau celebrated a birthday! Marilyn Soderquist vis- ited Dorothy Stolberg. Oct. 7 - Adoration was held at 8:30 a.m. Word and Communion fol- lowed at 9:30 a.m. Richard and Peggy Bares, from Grand Forks, are here visiting and helping Earl Bares out while Earl is in the hospital. Mary Ernst visited her mother Agnes Mieseloski. Rick and Elaine Noll, and granddaughter, Kinsley Noll, vis- ited Marilyn Carlson. Henry and Collette Geiger visited Dick Kukowski. Gary, Lori and daughter, Meg Rising, visited Marilyn Carl- son. Oct. 8 - Gary read to the residents Put Your Money Where Your House Zs! focal ~dependent ~ ;CrP'.-~ ~rre~gthen our bus*ne&~es ~ ~ community yO )r b~t v~hle and o r ecogTon~y at 2 p.m. Todd Wilson and Kay hangers and the halls are now Wiman visited Darlene Wilson. adorned with monogram door signs Mary Ernst visited her mother Agnes for the rooms. They did a great job Miesaloski. on this project and sure makes, the Oct. 9 - Exercises were led by hallways look like fall. I)eb at 10 a.m. First Lutheran Hope you are all getting your Hal- Church members spent the afternoon loween costumes ready for trick or with us hosting bingo. Devotions treating here at the Manor. That is were held at 7 p.m. with Pastor one of our highlights here at the Ahrendt. Manor. The residents look forward Oct. 10 -The Manor is getting to it all month long! Bring your decorated for fall and Halloween. ghosts and gobblins and we will treat Residents finished their door you with lots of goodies. 218.31 +/- Acres - Golden Valley Count}/, ND This property features 218.31 +/- acres with strong soils. This property has a S0il Productivity Index over 70! This land will be available for the 2019 crop year. Property Information: Acres: 218.31 +/- 30~h St. $W Legal: Lots 3 & 4, NW 14 5-140-105 Cropland: 210.75 +I- Acres Andy Mrnak or Jim Sabe 701323.7366 Beach, ND This sale is managed by Pifer's Auction & Realty. 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