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H Beach's Clay Mattern breaks a tackle during the quarterfinals game on Oct. 28. (Photo by Renee Orluck) By Renee Orluck Correspondent BISMARCK - It's with hearts full of thankfulness and pride that the 2017 Buccaneer 9-man football sea- son has ended. The coaches and players invested most of three months in honing their skills, relationships and character. The quarterfinals weekend kicked off with captains Cole Erickson, Gunnar Farstveet, Trevor Losinski and Josiah Orluck heading down to Beach's Lincoln E!ementary School to address the students. There they encouraged the youngsters to work hard imd participate. Losinski also taught them a cheer. The afternoon brought on a pep rally led by volley- ball coach Marly Campbell and her senior girls. The pep band played the school song and the student body worked on a cheer. The volleyball girls were not the only fans at the game. The Bucs also received great community support and lots of extended family coming from miles away. Some grandparents from Devils Lake actually made it to eight of the games. One grandparent commented on the cohesion and ca- maraderie of the team. Another fan was impressed by how the team came up from the bottom of the rank- ing to be in the quarterfinals. The quarterfinals game did not turn out as the Buccaneers desired Bucs (Continued on Page 4) Above: Coach Mike Zier meets with the players during a time- out. Below: The Beach football team takes in breakfast prior to the quarterfinals game in Bismarck. (Photos by Renee Orluck) Time to be aware of possibility of severe winter weather Snow criteria for a warning is 6 inches or more in 12 hours or less, or 8 inches or more in 24 hours or less, Snow criteria for an ad- visory is 3 to 5 inches. The goal is to post warnings or advi- Blizzard is a storm with winds of .sories a day or so in advance of the 35 mph or higher and visibility fre- expected event so that people have quently below 1/4 mile in snow time to get ready, and/or blowing snow and these con- Snow criteria for a warning is 6 ditions last three hours or longer. inches or more in 12 hours or less, There is no set temperature require- or 8 inches or more in 24 hours or ment for a blizzard. less. Snow criteria for an advisory is Wind chill is thot part of the cool- 3 to 5 inches. Note that criteria for ing of a human body caused by mov- warnings and advisories may be low- ing air. Moving air accelerates the ered (4 to 6 inch.es) early October rate of heat transfer away from a and late May in the snow season, human body. Winter storm warnings and win- Wind chill advisory is issued for ter weather advisories may be issued wind chills of 25 to 39 below zero. for a combination of elements like Wind chill warning is issued for snow coupled with wind and blow- wind chills of 40 below zero and ing snow, or snow coupled with sleet colder. and freezing rain. Be prepared Sleet is pellets of ice. Sleet In the cold, dress in layers of bounces when it hits the ground, loose fitting clothes. Wear a hat, Freezing rain is rain that freezes gloves or mittens, and a scarf. Have when it hits the ground and objects as little skin as possible exposed to on the ground. It forms a sheet or the elements. glaze of ice. When shoveling snow, go slow, Ice storm is used to describe oc- take breaks, and don't get too tired. casions when the ice from freezing Keep fire hydrants near your home rain is significant enough (1/4 inch thick or more) to cause damage to Weather trees and to down power lines. (Continued on Page 6) /;"i Ed Schafer, chairman of the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation board of directors, speaks after the unveiling of a new bronze Theodore Roosevelt statue in Medora on Oct. 27, while donors Tom and Maria Ovenson Schock, left, and artist John Lopez listen. (Photo by Richard Volesky) By News/Pioneer Staff With Oct. 30 to Nov. 3 being Se- vere Winter Weather Awareness Week in North Dakota, now is a good time to refamiliarize yourself with winter terms and safety rules. You should g et a winter survival kit, make a plan, and be informed, the National Weather Service in Bis- marck says. Keep a high level of sit- uational awareness by listening to the forecast every day, multiple times a day during changing or threatening weather. When snow, sleet, or freez- ing rain is in the forecast expect that it will negatively impact your day to day routine, and be ready when it does. Winter weather terminology A watch is issued when the risk of a hazardous winter weather event has increased, but its occurrence, loca- tion, and/or timing is still uncertain. Watches are issued a day or two, sometimes more, in advance of a possible event. A warning or advisory is issued when a hazardous winter weather event is occurring, is imminent, or has a high probability of occurrence. A warning is used when there is a threat to life or property. An advisory is for less serious conditions that cause inconvenience, and, if caution is not used, could lead to situations that may threaten life or property. ! ! By Richard Volesky sevelt statue for years but there was along with statues of several other Editor/Reporter a lack of funding. However, TRMF U.S. presidents there. MEDOR A - A life-sized bronzesummer volunteers Tom and Maria "To have this life-size statue that statue depicting Theodore Roo- Ovenson Sch o ck asked Hutzen- you can gaze at shows that sevelt during the Spanish - Ameri- buhler about getting the funds to- Theodore Roosevelt is larger than can War was Unveiled to the public gether for the statue. The additional life, his memory continues to this on Oct. 27, which would have been donors who made the project possi- day for what he represented," said his 159th birthday, ble were Dr. Dennis Wolf and fam- former N.D. Gov. Ed Schafer , The statue stands at 5 feet, nine ily, Rich and Joanne Becker, Jim chairman of the TRMF board. "That inches tall and is located southeast and Twylah Blotsky, Ardis Afesth, energy and excitement of life and o{,the Old Town Hall Theater.Dean Schlosser and Bill Sorenson. the strenuous life, as he called it, - Theodore Roosevelt MedoraTom Schock c0'ntltcted sculptor " that's what you get here when you're Foundation (TRMF) President John Lopez ofLemmon, S.D. Lopez in Medora." Randy Hatzenbuhler said the foun- had made the same statue which i s About 30 people gathered at the dation discussed obtaining a Roo- on display in Rapid City, S.D., site for theunveiling. Some bison form By Richard Volesky Editor/Reporter THEODORE ROOSEVELT NA- TIONAL PARK - A total of 441 bison were processed during a Na- tional Park Service roundup that was held the week of Oct. 15. A total of 144 bison were culled from the herd. The roundup is held every few years to reduce the size of the herd to : ~i help ensure there is adequate grazing for all of the animals within the fenced park. Bison that went through ~::,:~' the corrals in previous years had memory chips implanted, and those chips are linked to the animals' ge- netic and age information, said Amy McCann, TRNP roundup spokesper- son. I The bison that were removed went to various tribal governments. Receiving some of the animals was the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Na- tion, also known as the Three Affili- ated Tribes, to establish a new herd in the Twin Buttes area. On hand at the roundup was Cory Spotted Bear, a member of the Tribal Business Council. Spotted Bear said the plans in- cluded receiving five to 10 bison to be placed in a 160-acre fenced graz- ing area. The area would be ex- panded to several thousand acres are the herd grows. The MHA Nation also has an established herd in the Mandaree area. "The goal is to run a grass-fed op- eration," said Spotted Bear. He said the idea is to eventually provide bison meat to schools and for a program for the elderly. It's hoped that tribal members can get away from being overloaded with processed foods, which could help eradicate illnesses. Herd (Continued on Page 6) new tribal Bill Tidball, veterinarian from Beach, draws blood from a bison during a roundup in Theodore Roosevelt National Park's South Unit. (Photo by Richard Volesky) When you need money for a new or used car or truck, a boat, motorcycle, an RV, home improvements or a well-deserved vacation, come see us. We offer competitive loan rates, terms to fit your individual needs and fast, friendly, personal service. And because we're a local "Independent Bank, " we're able to respond to your loan requests in a timely fashion. First State Golva Medora Beach 872-3656 623-5000 872-4444 Member FDIC wwwlfsbofgolva.com ATM in Beach & Medora lobby