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% I1"% on l By Tawnya B ulger - A motion passed to pay KLJ, Correspond, ent with the contingencies that a signed The Dec. I meeting of the Beach purchase agreement will have been City Council was brought to order obtained for land necessary for the by member Mark B~nes. Mayor lagoon project and the train whistles Walt Losinski was not in attendance, have stopped, as indicated by the Updates on the la~oon project railroad. were given by city engineer Jon - It was noted that as of Dec. 4, Wilczek and included the estimated at 12:01 a.m., the railroad quiet zone expense of which the c ity of Beach was to go into effect. Train whistles will be responsible fo r $200,000, are to cease - at the conductor's dis- with agrant covering th~ remainder, cretion. A motion passed to beg in construc- Deb Walworth, representing tion on the next cell of ~the lagoon, Prairie West Development, re- with bids opening mid-J:anuary, quested the possibility of having a In other business: building inspector employed by the agoon city, county or shared with another community. - The multi-use trail projoct only received one bid from EHC, which is a company from Wyoming. A mo- tion passed to deny bid a~ this time. EHC will be invited to re-bid the project in February. Council mem- ber Tim Marman noted the bid needs to include an estimate for~ blacktop. - Motion passed to utilize Beach Bucks for Christmas gifts to city employees again, with council members Henry Gerving and Dell Beach against. ~' ' ? ~ ~pIIl~ ..t.,:::~ ~:' Signing in ... Newly elected Golden Valley County commissioners, Donald Maus, left, and Troy Tescher sign oaths of office before the start of business at their first commission meeting last week. (Photo by Richard Volesky) Holiday Above: Visitors at Bank of the West in Beach guess how many pieces of candy are in jars in order to win a prize at the bank's open house on Dec. 5. About two dozen businesses in Beach and Wibaux held open houses as a kickoff of the holiday season. (Photo by Jane M. Cook) Left: Pat Kukowski, Sue Marman and Joanne Tescher visit during the Golden Valley County Li- brary's annual Pie Day on Dec. 5. (Photo by Richard Volesky) lance d weekend success LINTON - The Running Bucs' opened their 2014-15 season with a pair of wins last weekend using a balanced scoring attack and a shut- down defense. The Bucs came out with thei T tra- ditional aggressive full-court 'man defense that caused 19 first half turnovers for the Lady Lions :from Linton. In that stretch, the Butcca- neers used a balanced attack on of- fense with seven players who accounted for 27 first half points compared to the Lions' 18. The lead at half-time was 2'7-18 with Brooklynn Zachmann scoring eight of her team's high of 12. BHS came out strong in the third quarter, scoring another 15 points with Baili Nielsen leading the way by scouring all seven of her game points in that quarter. The score at the end of" the Roundball Fever By Bob Waldal .third was 42-22 as Linton-HMB dug themselves a hole by managing only four points for the quarter. The Running Bucs picked up their first win of the season 57-34 with a total team effort. They had nine players who entered the scoring column for the game. Brooklynn Zachmann was the only player scor- ing in double-figures for the Bucca- neers. Tayrn Hotter came off the bench and scored nine points fol- lowed by senior guard Taylor Abra- ham with eight and Baili Nielson, seven, respectively. It was a good win for the Bucs as winning in Linton is not taken for granted with their winning tradition and strong program. Beach 47, Napoleon 37 HAZELTON - On Saturday after- noon, the Bucs had another tough task to face: "pressing-running" Napoleon Imperials. It is not an easy task to come back and play in the late morning and afternoon and es- pecially the caliber of the Imperials. Impressively, however, the Bucca- neer's stuck together once again as a team and their determination pre- vailed. The Lady Bucs again opened up the game pressing, but after two easy baskets by the Imperials the Bucs Roundball (Continued on Page 8) Report: More options in Marketplace this year New choices and more competi-less, taking into account any applica- age, with only a 2 percent increase on tion in the Health Insurance Market- ble tax credits. In 2014, 85 percent average before tax credits in 35 place are giving North Dakotaof North Dakota consumers who se- states. Many consumers will be eli- consumers more options during open lected a Marketplace plan received gible for tax credits t help with the enrollment this year, and the majority financial assistance. For returning cost of momhly premiums. of returning consumers who shop can customers; it may pay to shop. More Open enrollment in the Market- save money on premiums, according than seven in 10 current Marketplace place runs from Nov. 15, 2014, to a report released by the federal De- enrollees can find a lower premium through Feb. 15, 2015. Consumers partment of Health and Human Serv- plan in the same metal level (bronze, should visit HealthCare.gov to re- ices (HHS). silver, gold or platinum) - before tax view and compare health plan op- With 25 percent more issuers par- credits - by returning to shop. If all tions, All consumers shopping for ticipating in the Marketplace in 2015, returning consumers switched from health insurance coverage for 2015 - on analysis of 35 states, more their current plan Io the lowest,cost even those, who ~enfiy have coy, 90 percent of consumers nation- premium plan in the same metal erage through the Marketplace - wide will be able to choose from level, the total savings in premiums should enroll or re-enroll between three or more issuers, which is up would be over $2 billion, the HHS Nov. 15 and Dec. 15 in order to have from 74 percent in 2014. In North says. coverage effective on Jan. 1,2015. Dakota, consumers can choose from According to the HHS, the report To preview plans, prices, covered three issuers in the Marketplace in finds that premiums for the second- benefits and physician and hospital 2015. North Dakota consumers can lowest cost, or "benchmark," silver networks in the area visit: health- choose'from an average of 26 health plan held stable in North Dakota for care.gov. Consumers can find local plans in their county for 2015 cover- 2015 coverage, with a 7 percent in- help at: Localhelp.hea!thcare.gov/, or age, which is up from 23 in 2014. crease on average before tax credits, call the federally-facilitated Market- About eight in 10 current Market- Nationally, premiums for the second- place Call Center at 1-800-318-2596. place consumers can find coverage in lowest cost, or "benchmark," silver TTY users should call 1-855- 889- the 2015 Marketplace for $100 or plan also held stable for 2015 cover- 4325. Wn stlers have SIDNEY, Mont. - The Bowman County/Beach wrestlers traveled to Sidney, Mont., this past weekend. There were 22 teams at the Eagle Invitational, including Beulah, Billings Senior, Billings Skyview, Billings West, Broadus, Circle, Col- strip, Miles City, Dawson County, Dickinson, Wolf Point, Williston, Sidney, Poplar, Killdeer, Hardin, Glasgow, Forsyth, Baker and two nationally ranked teams from Poway, Calif., and Lake Stevens, Wash. Friday started with the dual tournament competition. Bowman County/Beach finished second in the B Pool. Bowman County/Beach met up against Miles City for the first dual winning, 48- 13. Some of the results were: 103- pound D.J. Martian over Ken Speedman 10-3, and 126-pound Clay Mattern lost to Torrey Watts 6- 8. Troy Steele, 160 pounds, won over Michael Crews in a pin of 2:37. Bowman County's next dual was against the Killdeer Cowboys, win- ning 42-27. Troy Steele lost to Derek Tabor 2-4. The Bowman County/Beach wrestlers then wrestled for the championship dual for Pool B against Beulah/Hazen, losing in a close match of 36-33. Clay Mattern, 126 pounds, lost to Ethan Lagge 4- 10. Troy Steele pinned Tristian Miller in 2:30. Friday evening was the first some successes at Sidney "-Troy Steele wrestles at the Sidney, Mont., tournament. (Photo Courtesy of Sarah Martian) round of the varsity and junior var- Longland, seventh place; and 170- sity~.!ndividual tournament which pound Sterling Lee, seventh place. then continued into Saturday. The The Bowman County/Beach jun- Bowman County/Beach wrestlers ior varsity wrestlers who placed competed against top wrestlers and were: fourth, Andrew Narum; fifth, a few nationally ranked wrestlers D.J. Martian; sixth, Jacoby Mattern; and did very well. Placing on the third, Cole Schmalz, fourth, Jacob varsity side were Troy Steele, third Ruggles; sixth, Nate Boehm; first, place; 103-pound Alex Madrigal, Lane Jeffers; and second, Kamrin fourth place; 132-pound Tyler Madrigal. First State Bank Saturday, Dec. 13 in Golva from 10 a. m.-noon. Golva 872.3656 Medora 623-5000 " Beach 872-4444 www.fsbofgolva.com ATM in Beach & Medora lobby kl~B Member FDIC