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Page 2 Golden Valley News Decemll )er 11, 2014 Angle fi hho reminded of ice, use ulation Jay Dee "JD" WIBAUX, Mont. - A funeral service for Jay Dee "J.D." Hutchin- son, 56, of Wibaux, Mont., was held at 12 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014, at the Wibaux County High School Gymnasium in Wibaux. For those who wanted to take one last ride with J.D., they were welcome to bring a horse and follow the horse- drawn carriage to the Wibaux Ex- hibit Hall following the service. Visitation for J.D. was from 4-6 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 3, at the United Methodist Church in Wibaux. Jay Dee passed away unexpect- edly on Friday, Nov. 28,2014, at his ranch north of Wibaux, with his dog, Dakota and his Dad's dog, Pepper, at his side. Jay Dee "J.D." Hutchinson was born March 27, 1958, in to Glenn and Bonita "Bonnie" Arlene Smith Hutchinson in Glendive, Mont. J.D. was raised on the family ranch north of Wibaux. He attended school in Wibaux until March of 1977, when he moved to Cody, Wyo., where he graduated from high school. J.D. re- turned to Wibaux and worked as roughneck in the oil field, for Smith Cattle Company and on the race- track. After getting hurt on the oil rig, he returned to the family ranch to help his father. In 1982, J.D. fell in love with Heidi Cox and they have been to- gether for 32 years. Heidi tells the story of getting on the school bus in the sixth grade and the only seat left was one with J.D. Who knew back then what this would lead to? J.D. started rodeoing at the age of 8 when he competed in Little Britches rodeos and high school rodeos. He competed in all three rough stock events and roping. J.D. was a great team roper, however, he put his team roping on the back burner so he could take his kids rodeoing. J.D. was so proud of his kids. He even had a MHSRA coat that said "Shae's Dad." After the kids were done with high school rodeo, J.D. started judging rodeos. J.D. was willing to help any kid in the rodeo arena and was a babysitter for his adopted children, Kaci Jo and the Tousignant boys. J.D. passed his love for hunting "the big buck" to his son, ! Tyler, and the love of ranching and roping to both Tyler and Shae. Heidi was the love of his life; he would do anything for her from helping coach volleyball, making Christmas good- ies, to this year cooking Thanksgiv- ing dinner. J.D. was a man of very few words and smiles, except for the children in his life and his new grandson, Kacin. He was never without a rope, a good horse, and a cow dog at his side. At the time of his death, J.D. was Wibaux County weed supervisor, a director for the Cowboy Hall of Fame, and a rodeo judge. He had just bought the family ranch and was working it with Heidi, Tyler, Shae and his sister, Bey. God must have needed another good cowboy, so he called J.D. to come cross the great divide to be with his dad, where they are ranch- ing and roping in that big arena in the sky. J.D. was preceded in death by his parents, and two sisters. He is survived by his wife, Heidi; son, Tyler; daughter, Shae (Dale) Peplin- ski; his pride and joy grandson, Kacin Paul; his faithful dog, Dakota; sister, Beverly Hutchinson of Miles City, Mont.; one uncle, Keith Hutchinson of Gillette, Wyo.; his special kids, Kaci Jo Hougland, Ty, Colton and Chas Tousignant; and two other siblings. Dick R. Kukowski BILLINGS, Mont. - Dick R. Kukowski, 75, of Billings, Mont., passed away Nov. 25, 2014. He was born June 9, 1939, in Beach, to Ray- mond and Clarice Kukowski. He was the second of five children. Dick attended Beach High School and after graduation joined the Army. After his honorable discharge from the Army he returned to Beach. In 1962, he married his first wife, Ardith McGill, and to this union five children were born: Kenneth, Ver- non, Jeff, Darren and Susan. Dick enjoyed working on ranches in Montana, North Dakota and Min- nesota. He also worked for many trucking companies and went on to own his own trucking company. In March 1974, Dick married his best friend and love of his life Sheri (Lee) Busch. In May 1975, they were blessed with their only child, Chance. Ever since Chance was a baby, Dick would take him trucking and teach him how to drive trucks. He taught him how to ride horses and work cows on the ranch. They spent many hours working together and enjoying what they were doing. Dick enjoyed get-togethers with his family and friends and laughing and telling stories of days gone by. He was especially fond of his niece Jolene Lee, who held a special place in his heart and who he considered a daughter. He enjoyed riding his red- roan horse Jake, oftentimes with Chance's wife Tandi at his side. Dick was also an avid reader. There wasn't a Louise L'Amour book Dick hadn't read at least once. Dick is survived by his wife and son, Sheri and Chance. Also his sons and daughter with first wife Ardith; Kenneth, Vernon, Jeff and Susan; his mother, Clarice and his sister and brothers; Helen, Jack, Jim and Steve; also many nieces, nephews and grandchildren, all of whom he loved very much. He is preceded in death by his fa- ther Raymond Kukowski and his son Darren Kukowski. Rest in peace my dear friend and bless your heart. You will truly be missed. Services will be held Thursday, Dec. 11, at 1 p.m., at Harvest Church Lockwood Campus, 1413 Rosebud Lane, Billings, MT 59101. Condo- lences may be shared with the family by visiting Increased patrols planned for December Law enforcement agencies across the state are adding extra shifts dur- ing the month of December. The extra patrols will focus on finding and apprehending impaired drivers. "Our deputies, along with police officers and highway patrol troopers been designated as the National Im- paired Driving Prevention Month. The public can also help by calling 9- 1-1 to report impaired drivers. Overtime shifts are funded by the North Dakota Department of Trans- portation as part of an overall strat- A memorial rodeo scholarship across the state, will be taking time egy to eliminate all crash deaths and fund has been established in memory away from their families and holiday injuries on North Dakota roadways. of J.D. at Stockman s Bank incelebrations because they know it s More information about the state s Wibaux. an important job to keep our roads highway safety efforts is available at Remembrances and condolences safe," said Ward County Sheriff may be shared with the family at Steve Kukowski. Ward County's Department is one of 5~ agencies panic[paling in the extra en:" forceinent. ....... Oil activity report for week of Dec. 1 The following relates to oil and gas well activity in Stark, Billings, Slope and Golden Valley counties for the week of Dec. 1, and is from re- ports of the N.D. Department of Min- eral Resources: PERMIT: #30125 - SM ENERGY COM- PANY, CASEY JONES FEDERAL 9-23H, NESE 23-144N-102W, BILLINGS CO., 1740' FSL and 155' FEL, DEVELOPMENT, BUCK- HORN, 'Tight Hole', 2177' Ground, API#33-007-01847 WELL RELEASED FROM "TIGHT HOLE" STATUS: #90268 OMIMEX PETRO- LEUM, INC., FRITZ SWD SYS- TEM D1, SWNE 22-137N-100W, BILLINGS CO., DAKOTA #25996 - WHITING OIL AND GAS CORPORATION, FROEHLICH 11-13PH, NENW 13- 139N-99W,STARK CO., 1029 bopd, estern Cooperative CREDIT UNION Driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol continues to be a 1879 bwpd- BAKKEN big problem that costs many lives. #25997 - WHITING OIL AND DUI arrests accounted for over one- GAS CORPORATION, fourth - 26.5 percent - of all adult ar- FROEHLICH41-13PH, NENW 13- rests in North Dakota in 2013, 139N-99W,STARK CO., 1133 bopd, according to the Office of the Attor- 2270 bwpd - BAKKEN ney General. For the second consec- PRODUCING WELL utive year, DUI arrests in the state PLUGGED OR ABANDONED: totaled more than 7,000. The average #07265 - XTO ENERGY INC., annual number of DUI arrests for the FEDERAL 13-30SWSW 30-144N- past ten years has been 6,294. 100W, BILLINGS CO. For the fifth year, December has Y0usaJdl, N Dak0tat NOTHING WORKS ..... The North Dakota Game and Fish North Dakota w.aters must be made Department reminds winter anglers out of materials that will allow it to to clean up the ice after fishing. This float. not only applies to trash, but fish as A popular question this time of well. year is if camper's qualify as legal fish It is not only unsightly, but it is il- houses. The an:swer is the same for legal to leave fish behind on the ice. any structure talten on the ice - if it's According to the fiShing proclama- left unattended, it mustbe able to tion, when a fish is caught anglers float; if it's not able to float, it must must either immediately release the be removed when the angler leaves fish back into the water unharmed, or the ice. reduce them to their daily possession. Other fish tlouse regulations in- It is common practice for some an- clude: glers to fillet fish on the ice, but if Fish houses do not require a li- theydon't clean up after themselves, cense. it's a problem. Occupied structures do not re- "When fish entrails and other parts quire identifitzation. However, any are left on the ice, it's an absolute eye- unoccupied fi,,;h house must have the sore," said Greg Power, fisheries owner's name, and either address or chief. "Anglers need to take those fish telephone number, displayed on its parts with them when they leave and outside in r, eadily distinguishable properly dispose of them at home." characters at Jleast three inches high. Power said the pack it in, pack it Fish houtses may not be placed out mentality applies to all trash, in- closer than 50 feet in any direction to cluding aluminum cans and Styro- another hous, e without consent of the foam containers, occupant of t he other fish house. "When you throw those kinds of Fish he,uses shall be removed things into a snow bank, they are out from all wat ers by midnight, March of sight and out of mind temporarily, 15, of each year. They can be used but everything comes to life in spring after March 15 if they are removed and becomes highly visible when the daily. snow melts," Power said. Anglers s+hould refer to the 2014- Winter anglers are reminded that 16 North D akota Fishing Guide for any fish house left unoccupied on winter fishiilg regulations. Fatal crash east of [3ickinson A 45-year-old California man was said. killed in a rollover crash on Interstate The pickup spun, struck a 94 east of Dickinson on Monday guardrail on the north shoulder, and morning, Dec. 8. traveled backward before rolling onto Stephen Kenneth Benson of the driver's :dde and stopping under- Encinitas, Calif., was traveling west neath an ore rpass. in a 1997 Chevrolet K1500 pickup on Benson w'as transported tO CHI St. Interstate 94 about 6 miles east of Joseph's Health, where he later died Dickinson when he lost control on a from injurie~s suffered in the crash. ice- and frost-covered roadway about 6:36 a.m., a Highway Patrol report NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT, AMEND AND REPEAL ADMINISTRATIVE RULES relating to Basic Care Facilities: general standards for construction and equipment; optional end of life care services; definitions; issuance of license; plans of correction; governing body; fire safety; and genera building requirements; and relating to codes and standards for Nursing Facilities and Hospitals. .... North Dakota:++ +++ .. ,++ ' ...... 'Health "'+ will hold a public hearing to address changes to the N.D. Admin. Code ND Dept. of Health AV Room 212 600 East Boulevard Ave. Bismarck, ND 58505-0200 Wed., January 21, 2015 9:00 a.m. Acopy of the proposed rules may be obtained by writing the North Dakota Department of Health or calling 701-328-2352. Also, written comments may be submitted to Darleen Bartz Health Resources Section. North Dakota Department of Health, 600 East Boulevard Avenue, Dept. 301, Bismarck, ND 58505-0200 until Monday, February 2, 2015. If you plan to attend the public hearing and wilt need special facilities or assistance relating to a disability, please contact the North Dakota Departmertt of Health at the above phone number or address at least one week prior to the public hearing. Dated this 2nd day of December 2014. Darleen Bartzl PhD Health Resources Section Chief GoldJen Valley News P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621 (U.S.P.S. Pub. No. 221-280) Staff: Richard Volesky, editor/ reporter, Jane Cook, office and news a+;sistant and Tawnya Bul- ger, con!espondent. The (3olden Valley News is pub- lisl~ed e,ach Thursday, 22 Central Ave., StJite 1, Beach, ND 58621 by Nordma rk Publishing. Periodicals | po~stag~ p~idat Beach, addi- L |[o~a[ m ailir~g offices,, I .... ~ O"~ ;T M~,~T E a: se n'cl" address changes, t~Golden Valley News, P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621. Please allow two to three weeks for new stJbscriptions, renewal of ex- pired s ubscriptions and for address changers. Contact Information Phonl=.: 701-872-3755 Fax: 7'01-872-3756 Em+~il: goldenandbillings@ Subscriptions: 1 yea! ': $34 Golden Valley County 1 yeai ": $38 elsewhere in North Dakota 1 yeal r: $42 out-of-state and snowbirds 9 morn lths: $25 In-state college rate The Golden Valley News is a proud mel~ber of the North Dakota Hiewspaper Association. All content is copyrighted. hosted by Buffalo Gap Guest Rancltl Saturday, Dec. 13 5 p.m. Admission $20 Wildlife supper with venison, buffalo, pheasant, and elk Ill! Dan Zachmann- auctioneer Dance at 8:30 - Live band )i "Whiskey Rebellion" Proceeds to needy local families for' Christmas meals and gifts This Week's Local Forecast O;R ENER(;Y CORES ;~V~OU6N. Farmers Union Oil Co. 701-872-4471 Interstate Cenex 701.872-3590 HOT STUff I Hot Stuff Pizza ' :++ 701-872-3190 Thursday Friday Saturday Sunny Mostly Sunny Partly Cloudy 45/29 45/28 40/22 Precip Chance: 0% Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 10% Sunday Monday Tuesday Partly Cloudy Mostly Sunny Sunny 30/15 30/12 31/14 Precip Chance: 10% Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 0% D'o hurricanes spin opposite directions ":'-'/~ i~ the N. and S. r,\ emispheres ? Wednesday 'moqds!moq 'Sm. Sunny a,SiA~aOla pu~ a~oqds!tuoq "N u! 35/19 ~rs!,~DOlaaolunoa 'soA :a~a~suv Precip Chance: 0% ~,