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December 30, 2010 Page 5 Scenes of Christmas past Looking back at December - here are a number of holiday-related photos that haven't yet been published due to limited space: Top left: Connie Baertesch, at far left, and Santa Claus pose for a photo with children at an open house for First State Bank in Beach. (Photo by Lynne Wojahn) Above right: Belfield High School students perform at their Holiday Concert on Dec. 19 at the school. Above bottom left: Jan Kuchera plays the role of a sheriff in Golva School's Christmas program on Dec. 171 She was asked at the last minute to fill the part for a student who had become itl prior to the program. (Photo by Richard Volesky) Above bottomr right: This is the Mills Creek, Mont portion of Lorna Holzwarth's winter village collection that is on display at the Golden Valley Manor in Beach. This is a replica of the creek of the same name in Montana. (Photo by Jane Cook) remi lers ons Winter anglers are reminded that of any size. any fish house left unoccupied on Occupied structures do not North Dakota waters must be made require identification. However, out of materials that will allow it to any unoccupied fish house must float, have the owner's name, and either Robert Tim!an, enforcement address or telephone number, dis- chief for the North Dakota Game played on its outside in readily dis- and Fish Department, said a popu- tinguishable characters at least lar question this time of the year is, three inches high. if campers qualify as legal fish - Fish houses may not be placed houses, closer than 50 feet in any direction "The answer is the same for any to another house without consent of structure taken on the ice - if it's the occupant of the other fish house. left unattended, it must be able to - Fish houses shall be removed float," Tim!an said. "If it's not able from all waters by midnight, March to float, it must be removed when 15, of each year. They can be used the angler leaves the ice." after March 15 if they are removed Other fish house regulations daily. include: Anglers should refer to the - Fish houses are not required to 2010-12 North Dakota Fishing be licensed. Guide for winter fishing regula- - Fish houses can be constructed tions. Volu bi at Medora event The Annual Christmas Bird Count for the North Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park has been postponed until Monday, Jan. 3. Volunteers wishing to join in the rescheduled event should meet at the North Unit Visitor Center at 9 a.m. CST. "This is another great opportuni- ty for people to count birds in the Badlands this winter," said Superintendent Valerie Naylor. "We hope to get a good turnout for the count, as public participation is essential for its success." The Medora Area Count took place on Sunday, Dec. 19. Volunteers counted 873 birds repre- senting 25 different species within a 7 -mile radius around Medora. Some of the most interesting birds recorded were common mer- gansers, bald and golden eagles, saw-whet owls, and northern shrikes. The Christmas Bird Count, now in its lllth year, is the world's longest-running citizen science event. Information gathered during the event helps scientists learn more about how birds are faring' throughout North America. Observers work in teams to drive and walk designated areas to~ observe and record bird sightings. Birders need to bring their own binoculars and warm clothing. Hot drinks will be provided at the visi- tor center. The event is free cour- tesy of the Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Association, the park's non-profit partner organiza- tion. For further information 'and weather conditions, contact the North Unit Visitor Center at (701) 842-2333. Put Your ./Honey Where Your House Zsl /GOal indepenci~ff ~.~ strengff~n our businesses are ~ community your beat vattJe and our economy This Week's Racing News Driver's Bio Racing History Racing Trivia -i ,1 Producer educational meeting scheduled for January 3 A produder educational meeting nafi~an'sqn Ob'stetrics, anti is widely for intervention; methods of obstet5 titled; Calving Managenl'ent;'"has recognized for'his expertise in'calv- rical assistance and management: been scheduled for Monday, Jan. 3. ing management. He has presented equipment; colf care; abnormal The program will be held at the numerous workshops for producers calves; and heifer management. Dickinson State University throughout the country on how to Mortimer has also developed a Agricultural Building beginfiing at handle calves, research interest and expertise in 5:30 p.m. Featured speaker is Bob Covered topics will include: the bull fertility. Included in his presen- Mortimer, Colorado State normal calving process; recogniz- tat!on will be discussion onevaluat- University veterinarian, ing problems and decision making ing bulls, health and reproductive Mortimer has overseen the calv- ing of thousands o[" heifers in the H,'lia,o! S,t,". Beach, 63; Mott/Regent, 67~ 10% off Kenetrek boots and 25 ~o off Smart Wool products[ Varsity boys basketball, Dec. 21 Beach scores per quarter: 14,31, ~ 47, 63 Wibaux scores per quarter: t2, 33, 47, 67 rntm ~ l-~,l 10-5; Saturda Beach plaver point totals: Jake mesoay-rrmay Hardy, !2;'Justin Weinreis, 2; ~~~~~ "Lloyd ~einreis. 14: Jade Bishop, 11 ; Landon Lechler, 24. (NO reports from games were received.) any other NOTICE Johnson's Coin Laundry now has a new water heater HAPPY NEW YEAR Have something that may be newsworthy that you'd like to share or submit to the Golden Valley News or the Billings County Pioneer? We won't know about it unless you tell us, and we welcome submitted news items! It's easy. Just give us a call, e-mail your item and a phone number, or mail a photo and the text that goes along with it. Golden Valley News/Billfngs County Pioneer; P.O. Box 156; Beach, ND 58621-0156; " (701) 872-3755; gvnews@midstate.net disease, and bull productivity and economics. Pre-registration. is encouraged for meal planning purposes. Call any time (or leave a message during evening hours) to let the meeting's organizer know how many will attend. The phone number is: (701) 456-7665. Products Contact Gloria Ueckert (701) 872-4263 Pro Racing NEWYEAR'S EVE EVENT N Join St, Johns Cotholic Church as we ring in the " New Year with a Midnight Express Donce. Where: American Legion (upstairs) When: 8:0Opm- Midnight Activities: Snacks, Games, Dance Event is.fomily lriendly and open to off ages// j Free Food!! Free Party Favorsll Prizes & FunH Postseason Edition Five-time defending NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson beat out NHRA Funny Car champion John Force for the Driver of the Year award. It's the fourth time Johnson has received the honor, tying him with Hendrick Motorsports teammate Jeff Gordon for most wins In the award's 44-year history. "It's an honQr to win the award again," Johnson said. "Among such tough competition, with the voting panel, who-it is and how well versed they are in motorsports, it's a huge, huge honor." Joumalists and broadcasters from across the country vote for Driver of the Year, which iS eligible to any driver from any series that competes on four wheels in the United States. Past winners include Mado Andretti, Richard Petty, Darrell Waltdp, Dale Eamhardt and Bobby Rahal. Johnson received 10 votes to beat Force, who received seven votes. NASCAR driver Kyle Busch received one vote. 'q-his year's pro-vote teleconference was one of the most spirited debates that I can recall," said panelist president Barry Schmoyer. "/ks many people have said already, it will be a long time before anyone will set the bar as high as Jimmie Johnson." Dec. 28. 1921 - Nelson Stacy, who won four Jeff Gordon's karting career began in Cup races in 45 starts, was born on this day. 1981, when he was 10 years old. That After finishing 12th in his Cup debut at Dayton year he entered 25 karting events. How (Ohio) Speedway in 1952, Stacy didn,t make many did he win? another start until 1961. He won his first race that year, 0t Dadington, and won three more in 1962. a)5 c)8 v He is the second driver to win consecutive b) 10 d)25 Sou~em 500s at Dadi0gton. Stacy, who also won the Wodd 600 in 1962, was ARCA Answer : d) In the year 1981, Jeff entered and champion from 1958 to 1960. won 25 main events in the karts. Elliott Sadler Born: April 30, 1975 Sponsor: Stanley Crew Chief: Todd Parrott Car: Ford Biography: Elliott Sadler made his Nationwide Series debut in 1995 at South Boston. He qualified fifteenth and fin- ished eighth. Sadler began 1997 unsponsored, but grabbed two poles, at Daytona and Darfington 'respectively. Midway through the season, Phillips 66 came on board as the team's sponsor and Sadler won his first career race at Naeareth Speedway. In 1998, Sadler won early in the season at Bristol. He made his Cup debut at Charlotte Motor Speedway, starting 31st but finishing 42nd after an engine fail- ure. Sadler moved up to the Cup Series full-time in 1999. His best finish that year was a tenth at Texas Motor Speedway, and he finished 24th in points, runner-up to Tony Stewart for Rookie of the Year honors. In 2001, Sadler won his first career Cup race at Bristol. Sadler started 2004 with a top-10 tin- ish in the Daytona 500,and six races later won at Texas Motor Speedway for his 2nd career win. In 2009, Sadler slzuggled with only five top tens and finished the season 26th in the points standings. Last year, Sadler only had one top ten finish. He also won the pole at Texas Speedway with the fastest qualifying speed since 1999. This sponsorship space is now available. Call 872-3755 for details. k