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Page 2 Golden Valley News December 13, 2018 Keith Richard BEACH - Keith Richard Dykins, 91, of Beach, died Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018. A Memorial Mass was celebrated at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 11, at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Beach with the Rev. Dan Berg officiating. A vigil service was held at 7 p.m. on Dec. 10, at the church. Silha Funeral Home of Beach was entrusted with arrange- ments. Keith was born on May 31, 1927, at the Dykins' Farm, near Sentinel Butte, a son of Frank and Mabel (Sells); Keith grew up there. From the age of 11, after the death of his paternal grandfather, Keith joined his grandmother in Ramona, S.D to help manage the farm. He lived there, attending school and farming, for three years. In 1941, he returned to Sentinel Butte, farming and rais- ing cattle with his parents. Keith met Marjorie Ann Niece through his sister, Lorraine. When Margie graduated from nursing school in Montana, they married at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church on Feb. 17, 1953. After making the decision to farm, they traveled around to find the best farmland, and seeing Kansas had not cleaned up from the Dust Bowl yet, they came back home and farmed and raised a family together in the Sen- tinel Butte/Beach area. They were married 53 years, until Margie's death in July 2006. To this union three children were born: Jim, Joan and Jack. Keith enjoyed raising and show- ing Shorthorn cattle. He traveled the United States and Canada judg- ing and showing bulls. Prairie Sportsman and Glamour Boy were his two best. Believing he would not have been as successful in farm- ing and honored to have been trusted with their land, Glenn Cook and Mary Hess sold Keith the first land he owned. Keith was a member of the Beach Masonic Lodge and St. John's Catholic Church. Keith enjoyed his life as a farmer and was proud his Sons and grand-. sons continue to farm the land that Dykins has been in his family for over 100 years. His children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren brought him great joy. Keith was preceded in death by brothers and sister-in-law, Frank and Gean and Justin; sister, Lorraine and brother-in-law, Bob; sister-in- law, Elaire; brother-in-law, Joe Niece and wife Madge and sister- in-law, Mary Helen Niece Marman and husband Don; nieces, Debi and Terri and great-grandson Rhett Dykins. Keith is survived by son Jim Dykins and wife Vicki of Beach; daughter Joan Stringer and husband Jack of Loveland, Colo and son Jack Dykins and wife Leigh of Beach. He is also survived by grandchildren Staci (Russ), Jay (Lindsay) and Kayla (Robert); Mary (Alex), John (Melissa) and David; Lane, Lance (Heather) and Kelcee; great-grand- children, Keaton, Ahnika, Aubrie, Cruz, Crosby, Mia, Alyiah, Cohen, Andrew, Maggie, Landon, Austin and Lincoln. He is also survived by a brother, Charlie, a sister, Joyce and higsi~ter-in=law, Betty Dykins. Me~orials'~nay be donated to your charity of choice or Keith's fa- vorite charity, Shriners Hospital for Children. Remembrances and con- dolences may he Shared with the family%: at: " 'W'.silfiafuneral- homes,com : , Grazing land biology workshop scheduled DICKINSON - A workshop on the ways to manage grazing lands effectively will be held Jan. 9-11, at the North Dakota State University Dickinson Research Extension Cen- ter (DREC). The workshop will be conducted at the DREC's Red Office Building on the corner of State Avenue and Empire Road in Dickinson. The workshop will run each day from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. "Livestock producers have im- proved the genetic performance of North America's beef herd but have not simultaneously improved the technology of traditional pasture and harvested forage management," said Lee Manske, research professor at the DREC and workshop instruc- tor. "Modern beef animals do not produce at their genetic potential on forage managed by old-style prac- tices." For 66 years, range scientists at the DREC have researched the de- velopment of biologically effective forage management practices for modern beef cattle. The resulting work will be presented at the work- shop. Participants need to download and bring multiple resources to the workshop, as well as a notebook. The information to be covered in the workshop can be downloaded to a computer or printer for free. Visit Grazing (Continued on Page 3) Eva Howard GOLVA - Eva Howard, 91, of Golva, passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 21,2018. A private family serv- ice took place. Silha Funeral Home of Beach was entrusted with the arrangements. ing As anglers begin another winter of darkhouse spearfishing, now is a good time to look back on last winter's record-breaking season. The 2017-18 North Dakota dark- house spearfishing season set records for total participants and northern pike speared, according to statistics com- piled by the state Game and Fish De- partment. A total of 3,717 participants speared 28,138 pike last winter, best- in~, the totals established during, the 2015-16 season of 3,289 participants and 17,269 harvested pike. Average weight of harvested p~ke was 7 pounds. The number of anglers who regis- tered was 5,387, and 3,772 of those were from North Dakota. Min- nesotans accounted for 1,197. The av- erage age was 45, and 90 percent were male. Devils Lake and Lake Sakakawea accounted for 30 percent of the spear- ing harvest in the state. Spearers are reminded that all in- dividuals who participate in dark- house spearfishing must first register online at the Game and Fish website, In addition, spearers age 16 and older must possess a valid fishing license. When a hole greater than 10 inches in diameter is left in the ice when a darkhouse is moved, the area in the immediate vicinity of the hole must be adequately marked by the spearer with a natural object or a brightly painted or colored wooden lath. Health insurance deadline Dec. 15 By News/Pioneer Staff Since open enrollment began on Nov. 1, a total of 3.2 million people se- lected plans using the platform. The Open Enroll- ment Period runs to Dec. 15, 2018, for coverage starting on Jan. 1,2019. "The focus for this year, as it was for last year, is to provide a seamless open enrollment experience for Health- consumers," said Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Ad- ministrator Jeff Hinson. "We've made important improvements to customer service this year. We streamlined the application to simplify the process for consumers, improved content and help information to make it easier for peo- ple to understand and worked to deliver better customer service. The website has performed optimally, consumers have been able to easily access enroll- ment tools to compare plans and prices, and the call center consumer satisfac- tion rate has remained at 90 percent." Since enrollment began on Nov. 1, a total 8,184 North Dakota consumers have selected a plan in the federally fa- cilitated exchange, Here are some .fl)ings North Dakota consumers need to, know: ~ ,;North Dakotans,wholdonot enroll by the, Dec. i5 ~adline can'tget 2019 coverage unless they qualify for a spe- cial enrollment period. Consumers in North Dakota can visit and to preview 2019 plans and prices and sign up for coverage. Now is the time for North Dakota consumers to go to or to update their in- formation or add it for the first time, and select the plan that best meets their needs. Nationally, average premiums have decreased and the number of plans have increased on the exchange for 2019. North Dakota consumers can get help filling out their application in three ways: - By phone. Consumers can call the Marketplace Call Center at 1-800-318- 2596 (TTY: 1-855-889-4325); Avail- able every day, except certain holidays. - In-person help. Consumers can use the Find Local Help tool on Health- Please to see if they can get in-per- son help in their community. - Health insurance agents and bro- kers. Agents and brokers can help con- sumers enroll through the Exchange or handle the whole process. Search for health insurance agents and brokers using the Find Local Help tool. Golden Valley News P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621 (U.S.P.S. Pub. No. 221-280) The Golden Valley News is pub- lished each Thursday, 22 Central Ave Suite 4, Beach, ND 58621 by Nordmark Publishing. Periodicals postage paid at Beach, ND and addi- tional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Golden Valley News, P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621. Please allow two to three weeks for new subscriptions, renewal of ex- pired subscriptions and for address changes Contact Information Phone: 701-872-3755 Fax: 701-872-3756 Emaih Subscriptions: 1 year: $34 Golden Valley County 1 year: $38 elsewhere in North Dakota 1 year: $42 out-of-state and snowbirds 9 months: $25 In-state college rate. The Golden Valley News is a proud member of the North Dakota Newspaper Association. All content is copyrighted. Established Aug. 15, 1919. support y I TO FIND OUT IF YOU QUALIFy, CONTACP. Al'rN: Patronage Dividends Hartz Foods, Inc. 121 Arnold Avenue South '~ Thief River Falls, MN 56701 218-681-3450 Email: oil port By News/Pioneer Staff #33288 - Whiting Oil and Gas Cor- The following relates to oil and gas poration, Talkington Federal 41- well activity for the week ofDec. 2, in 25PHU, Loll 30-140N-99W, Stark Stark, Golden Valley, Billings and Co 378 BOPD, 1122 BWPD - Slope counties and is from reports of Bakken the N.D. Department of Mineral Re- #32288 - Whiting Oil and Gas Car- sources: poration, Smith Federal 34-12-2PH, Permits approved: SESE 12-140N- 100W, Billings Co #35807 Petro-Hunt, L.L.C 769 BOPD, 534 BWPD- Bakken Hagen 144-98-12D-1-2H, NENW 13- Well released from "tight hole" 144N-98W, Billings Co 590' FNL status: and 2008' FWL, Development, Little #34711 - Armstrong Operating Knife, 'Tight Hole', 2525' Ground, Inc Harvest State 7-11, Lot2 7-139N- API #33-007-01914 96W, Stark Co Lodgepole #35808 - Petro-Hunt, L.L.C Permit renewals: Hagen 144-98-12D-1-3H, NENE 13- #33214- BTA Oil Producers, LLC, 144N-98W, Billings Co 664' FNL 20901 Audrey 3526 3H, SESW 35- and 585' FEL, Development, Little 143N-103W, Golden Valley Co Knife, 'Tight Hole', 2508' Ground, 'Tight Hole' API #33-007-01915 #33213 - BTA Oil Producers, LLC, #35809 - Petro-Hunt, L.L.C 20901 Audrey 3526 1H, SESW 35- Sabrosky 144-97-7D-6-3H, NENE 143N-103W, Golden Valley Co 13-144N-98W, Billings Co 664' FNL 'Tight Hole' and 550' FEL, Development, Little Producer now abandoned: Knife, 'Tight Hole', 2508' Ground, #12001 - Scout Energy Manage- API #33-007-01916 ment LLC, SFI'U 7-195 SWNE 19- Producing wells completed: 139N-100W, Billings Co. 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