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Legal Notices 2-13

By Staff | Feb 13, 2021

NOTICE OF HEARING

Souris Basin Planning Council

(SBPC) will hold a meeting for the

purpose of gathering input regarding

the Region 2 Action Plan for the

2021 North Dakota Community

Development Block Grant program.

SBPC will be seeking input on af-

fordable housing, special needs

housing, homeless needs, public fa-

cility needs, economic development

needs, and priority needs in the re-

gion. The meeting will be February

25, 2021 beginning at 9:30 a.m. via

Zoom. Registration to receive the

meeting link can be found on our

website at www.sourisbasin.org/

calendar.

Written and oral comments will be

heard at that time. Written com-

ments may be submitted directly to

SBPC at info@sourisbasin.org or

P.O. Box 2024, Minot, North Dakota

58702 prior to the meeting. A draft of

the Region 2 Action Plan can be lo-

cated on our website at

www.sourisbasin.org.

If you require any special accom-

modations to attend or comment on

the proposed plan, or should anyone

require auxiliary aids or services, or

need additional information, please

contact SBPC two weeks in advance

at 701.255.1982, or call ND Relay at

800.366.6888 or 711; TTY, 800.

366.6889 or 711; Voice, 800.

435.8590 or 711. Alternative formats

of the Action Plan are available upon

request.

(February 13, 2021)

NOTICE OF SALE

Please take notice that Rugby #1

Storage will accept silent bids from

9:00 am to 5:00 pm on the 26th day

of February, 2021 for the contents of

Rugby’s #1 Storage Unit/Stall #304,

leased by Crystal Grice who’s last

known address was 301 Lublin St.

N, Balta, ND 58313. Successful

bidders will be notified within 5 days

after the sale ends. The sale will be

at Rugby Hardware Hank, 200 2nd

Street SW, Rugby, ND. The entire

contents of the above unit/stall will

be sold as is, where is, with no

guarantees. Pre-inspection of the

unit/stall will not be allowed. High

bidder to tender CASH at completion

of sale, and must completely re-

moves all contents of the unit/stall

within one (1) business day from ac-

ceptance of bid.

(February 13-20, 2021)

NOTICE

Rugby Public School District #5,

Board of Education, held a regular

board meeting Tuesday, January 12,

2021 at 7:00 AM in the Library at

Rugby High School.

Board members present were Dustin

Hager, Kris Blessum, Carlie John-

son, Shane Livedalen, and Brenda

Heilman was present via Zoom.

Also present were Mike McNeff,

Jared Blikre, Jason Gullickson, and

Dawn Hauck. In addition, the follow-

ing were in attendance: Scott Gro-

chow, Julie Sjol, and Sue Sitter from

the Pierce County Tribune.

Chairman Hager called the meeting

to order at 7:00 AM.

Motion by Blessum to approve the

agenda with the addition of a resig-

nation of Abigail Landsteiner to the

consent agenda. Second by

Livedalen. All voting yes, motion car-

ried.

Mr. Gullickson gave the elementary

report. Included in the report were

the following items: Mrs. Mattson

and the grade 3-6 Lego League par-

ticipants hope to have a competition

on February 20th in Minot. Currently

the students are taking the mid-year

MAP test. So far, it is showing the

students are bouncing back from the

lower test scores from having only

virtual learning last spring. Enroll-

ment is currently at 35 preschool

students, six virtual students, and

303 students on-site. Parent- Teach-

er conferences will be held on

February 1-2, 4-7pm. An online op-

tion will be available. As the five day

on-site learning option is explored,

special classes, such as music,

phy-ed, life skills, and technology,

will return to their respective areas.

Currently specials are being held in

the classrooms. With the change,

there will be more movement of stu-

dents in the hallways. Lunch will

remain in the classrooms.

Mr. Blikre gave the high school re-

port. Included in the report were the

following items: The first semester

will end on January 15th. There will

be no semester testing time.

Schedule changes are underway for

the new semester and next year’s

schedule is being built. Winter ac-

tivities are in full swing. A profes-

sional development day will be held

on Monday, January 18th. MAP

testing will be occurring now through

the end of February.

Scott Grochow gave a presentation

on the athletics programs. Atten-

dance at winter season events, ac-

cording to NDHSAA, is recommend-

ed to be 750 people for the Charlie

Hanneman Gymnasium. There will

no longer be vouchers needed to at-

tend games. However, hockey will

still need vouchers due to the size of

the facility. There will be a max-

imum of 300 people allowed at hock-

ey events. NDHSAA is looking at

changing the rule for wrestling to al-

low more wrestlers at an event. It is

being voted on to eliminate wrestling

regionals also. Concessions is now

allowed. Our district’s concessions

will have pop, water, candy, hot-

dogs, and pizza. There have not

been reportings of COVID-19 being

transmitted through sports in the

state. There will be more information

to come regarding band and choir

for the spring. Speech will also being

to have competitions.

Dr. McNeff gave the District report.

Included in the report were the fol-

lowing items: The district has been

asked to share what it has been do-

ing with the daycare program

through the literacy grant programs.

Karen Black and Gail Rham have

been working in daycares and pro-

viding help with literacy resources

for daycare providers. The Teacher

Leadership Academy students had

their final presentations on De-

cember 16th. NCEC is providing a

professional development day on

Monday, January 18th. There will be

a meeting on Tuesday, January 19th

to discuss returning to five days of

in-person learning beginning Febru-

ary 1st. Currently 47 staff have

signed up for the COVID-19 vaccine.

The state/country is behind the

timeline for administration of the

vaccine so it is unknown when it will

be available to educators. The

Federal Government passed

ESSER II which would provide

roughly $450,000 to the district to

use until September 2023. Uses of

the funds include mental health,

health emergency response, training

on sanitizing, school facility improve-

ments, and others. Legislation is be-

ing proposed to take away the re-

quirement for schools to take two

days off in October for teachers con-

vention. There will be more to come

on this.

Mrs. Hauck reviewed the financial

report. Each fund was reviewed.

The General fund is roughly

$267,000 below this same point last

year. There have been many pur-

chases of personal protection equip-

ment to help with distancing and

sanitizing due to the COVID-19 pan-

demic as well as technology pur-

chases through the CARES Act

grants. Those funds are received on

a reimbursement basis, so the ex-

pense is seen before the reimburse-

ment is obtained. A $10,000 transfer

was made yesterday to the Food

Service Fund. There is a timing is-

sue due to the food purchase pay-

ment coming out of the account be-

fore the USDA state reimbursement

is received. Hauck mentioned that

interest rates are not good right now.

A year a half ago, the district re-

ceived $2,500 per month in interest

in its money market saving account,

and now the interest is around $43

per month. The rates seem to be

bad at all banks.

Items in the consent agenda were

considered. Motion by Johnson to

approve the Consent Agenda.

Second by Blessum. Included in the

consent agenda were the December

8, 2020 Board Meeting Minutes, the

December 16, 2020 Policy Meeting

Minutes, the December Board Bills,

the December Board bills detail, the

December Financial Reports, the

December 31, 2020 Pledge of Secu-

rities, and a letter of resignation for

Abigail Landsteiner. All voting yes,

motion carried.

Dr. McNeff reviewed policies to

amend and reaffirm. The committee

met on December 16, 2020 to re-

view the policies and changes. Mo-

tion by Johnson to approve to

amend and reaffirm the following

policies: AAB – Statutory Compli-

ance, AAC – Non Discrimination and

Anti-Harassment, AAC-BR –

Discrimination and Harassment

Grievance Procedure, ABCE –

Prohibition on Aiding Sexual Abuse,

ABDA-BR2 – Website Accessibility

Complaints, ACBA – Automated

External Defibrillators, ACDA – Ac-

ceptable Use Policy, ACEA – Bully-

ing Policy, BA – Functions of the

Board-Ethics, DBJA – Retirement

Incentive Plan for Teachers,

DBJA-BR – Application for Retire-

ment Incentive Plan for Teachers,

DDA – FFA Advisor Job Description,

DDE – Athletic Director, DDEA –

Jury and Witness Duty, DEAD –

Staff Use of Electronic Devices,

DEBD – Employee Student Boun-

daries, DEBF – Employee Speech,

DKBA – Separation of Classified

Staff, FAAA – Open Enrollment,

FAAB – Early Entrance Require-

ments, FBFC – Students Educated

in Home Schools, FCAF-BR – Con-

cussion Management Program,

FCAF – Concussion Management,

FDE – Education of Special Educa-

tion Students, FF – Student Conduct

and Discipline, FFA – Alcohol and

Other Drug Use-Abuse, FFB – At-

tendance and Absences, FFD –

Carrying Weapons, FFG – Student

Assemblies, FG – Students Rights

and Responsibilities, FGBB – Stu-

dent Prayer During Non-Instructional

Time, FGDB – Student Handbooks,

GAAA – Curriculum Design and

Evaluation, GABC – Sex Education,

GACB – Patriotic Exercises, and

GCC-Education Research and Sur-

veys of Students. Second by Bles-

sum. All voting yes, motion carried.

The Federal Government allowed

the law regarding COVID related

leave to expire on December 31st.

The district would like to extend the

Families First Coronavirus

Response Act Leave to March 31st.

Discussion was held. The leave

provides leave payment for employ-

ees, without using their own leave,

during required quarantines. Motion

by Livedalen to extend the FFCRA

Leave until March 31st with

re-evaluation at the March board

meeting. Second by Blessum. All

voting yes, motion carried.

Dr. McNeff gave a COVID-19 up-

date. The Health and Safety Com-

mittee will meet January 19th at 3:30

PM to discuss the return to five day

on-site learning option. A special

school board meeting will be called

after receiving input from the health

and safety meeting.

The Negotiations Seminar is

scheduled for February 4-5th. Kris

Blessum and Shane Livedalen

agreed to be on the board’s negotia-

tion committee.

The next regular board meeting is

scheduled for February 9, 2021.

The meeting was adjourned at 7:56

AM.

Bills presented/paid: Checking Ac-

count ID: 1 Automatic Payment

Check Number Check Date Void

Entity Name Amount

942 12/07/2020 KANSAS CITY LIFE

INSURANCE CO 1,204.27 944

12/10/2020 HORACE MANN LIFE

INSURANCE COMPANY 56.25 949

12/29/2020 OTTERTAIL POWER

COMPANY 10,223.99 950

12/10/2020 CITY OF RUGBY

614.44 953 12/18/2020 JP MOR-

GAN – PCARD 35,066.92 958

12/28/2020 KANSAS CITY LIFE IN-

SURANCE CO 1,204.27

Checking Account ID: 1 Check

Check Number Check Date Void

Entity Name Amount

1034780 12/15/2020 ACCENT

WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENTS

785.00 1034781 12/15/2020 ACT

24.00 1034782 12/15/2020 ASU

PREPARATORY ACADEMY

8,924.00 1034783 12/15/2020 B &

M LAUNDRY SERVICE 102.28

1034784 12/15/2020 BADLANDS

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSUL-

TANTS 425.00 1034785

12/15/2020 BRAD’S TOWING AND

AUTO REPAIR LLC 120.50

1034786 12/15/2020 BSN SPORTS

INC 863.82 1034787 12/15/2020

COLE PAPERS INC 3,882.51

1034788 12/15/2020 THE COM-

PUTER STORE INC 102,787.79

1034789 12/15/2020 DAKOTA

BOYS AND GIRLS RANCH

3,960.00 1034790 12/15/2020 ENVI-

SION 82.01 1034791 12/15/2020

GAFFANEY’S OF MINOT 1,993.44

1034792 12/15/2020 HARTLEY’S

SCHOOL BUSES, INC. 51,921.44

1034793 12/15/2020 HOBART

SALES AND SERVICE 1,816.02

1034794 12/15/2020 HOLLY’S

STITCHES & CRAFTS 5.29

1034795 12/15/2020 HOME OF

ECONOMY – GRAND FORKS

103.28 1034796 12/15/2020 HOR-

IZONS SPEECH THERAPY SER-

VICES 294.00 1034797 12/15/2020

I DESIGN INC 3,339.80 1034798

12/15/2020 JOHNSON’S PLUMB-

ING SERVICE INC 211.95 1034799

12/15/2020 LEEVERS FOODS

100.56 1034800 12/15/2020 LEEV-

ERS FOODS 17.21 1034801

12/15/2020 ND BUREAU OF CRIM-

INAL INVESTIGATION 41.25

1034802 12/15/2020 NDSC

1,458.00 1034803 12/15/2020

NORTH CENTRAL EDUCATION

COOPERATIVE 6,427.48 1034804

12/15/2020 NORTH DAKOTA

TELEPHONE COMPANY 412.88

1034805 12/15/2020 PIERCE

COUNTY TRIBUNE 434.38

1034806 12/15/2020 ROBERTA

ROSENKRANZ 1,950.00 1034807

12/15/2020 RUGBY HARDWARE

HANK 793.92 1034808 12/15/2020

RUGBY LUMBER INC 799.27

1034809 12/15/2020 SCHOOL

SPECIALTY/CLASSROOM

DIRECT 505.43 1034810

12/15/2020 SOURIS BASIN TRAN-

SPORTATION 12.00 1034811

12/15/2020 STEIN’S INC 886.76

1034812 12/15/2020 THE VILLAGE

FAMILY SERVICE CENTER

1,500.00 1034813 12/15/2020

WEST MUSIC 583.85 1034814

12/15/2020 ZOOM VIDEO COM-

MUNICATIONS INC 5,850.00

1034827 12/22/2020 CONNECTING

POINT COMPUTER CENTER

41,169.90 1034828 12/30/2020 CIR-

CLE SANITATION INC 928.00

1034829 12/30/2020 CITY OF RUG-

BY 43.58 1034830 12/30/2020

COLE PAPERS INC 385.96

1034831 12/30/2020 ECOLAB

PEST ELIMINATION 232.65

1034832 12/30/2020 SIGNE EDIS-

ON 988.35 1034833 12/30/2020 EN-

VISION 760.95 1034834 12/30/2020

HOBART SALES AND SERVICE

375.68 1034835 12/30/2020

HRdirect 159.98 1034836

12/30/2020 INNOVA INTEGRATED

SOLUTIONS, INC. 1,288.00

1034837 12/30/2020 JAYMAR

BUSINESS FORMS, INC. 139.75

1034838 12/30/2020 TERRY JELS-

ING 123.08 1034839 12/30/2020

MIDWEST INVESTIGATION &

SECURITY INC 201.00 1034840

12/30/2020 NORTH DAKOTA

WORKFORCE SAFETY & INS

159.47 1034841 12/30/2020 PIT-

NEY BOWES 387.24 1034842

12/30/2020 MINDY RAU 250.00

1034843 12/30/2020 SCHOOL

SPECIALTY/CLASSROOM

DIRECT 119.39 1034844

12/30/2020 STEIN’S INC 204.47

1034845 12/30/2020 STUDIES

WEEKLY 10.98

Checking Account ID: 1 Direct

Deposit Check Number Check Date

Void Entity Name Amount

18199 12/15/2020 JENNIFER

BARTSCH 2,788.60 18200

12/15/2020 KAREN BLACK 51.43

18201 12/15/2020 JARED BLIKRE

600.00 18202 12/15/2020 KRISTEN

HEILMAN 100.00 18203 12/15/2020

MICHAEL MCNEFF 600.00 18204

12/15/2020 GAIL MONSON-RHAM

19.00 18205 12/15/2020 RITA

SVEET 50.00 18367 12/30/2020

JEREMY JOHNSTON 1,800.00

GENERAL FUND TOTAL:

305,722.72

Checking Account ID: 3 Check

Check Number Check Date Void

Entity Name Amount

1371 12/15/2020 MIDWEST INVES-

TIGATION & SECURITY INC

5,235.00 1372 12/15/2020 TIM OS-

TREM 520.00 1373 12/15/2020 PI-

ERCE COUNTY TREASURER

7,471.39 1374 12/15/2020 RUGBY

LUMBER INC 3,320.04 1375

12/15/2020 SATELLITE SHEL-

TERS, INC – MPLS/MANDAN

2,585.00 1376 12/30/2020 SATEL-

LITE SHELTERS, INC –

MPLS/MANDAN 2,585.00 BUILD-

ING FUND TOTAL: 21,716.43

Checking Account ID: 5 Automatic

Payment Check Number Check

Date Void Entity Name Amount

238 12/10/2020 FOOD SERVICES

OF AMERICA/MINOT 15,983.94

239 12/07/2020 REVTRACK 7.76

Checking Account ID: 5 Check

Check Number Check Date Void

Entity Name Amount 12086

12/15/2020 DEPARTMENT OF

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 621.11

12087 12/15/2020 WHITNEY KAL-

LIOKOSKI 2.58 12088 12/15/2020

LEEVERS FOODS 98.56 12089

12/15/2020 LEEVERS FOODS

564.54 12098 12/30/2020 RUGBY

PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT 5

53.28 12099 12/30/2020 STEIN’S

INC 282.93 12100 12/30/2020 SUN-

RISE DELIVERY, INC 3,968.85

FOOD SERVICE TOTAL: 21,583.55

Checking Account ID: 6 Automatic

Payment Check Number Check

Date Void Entity Name Amount

38125 12/30/2020 DOLLYWOOD

FOUNDATION 181.70

Checking Account ID: 6 Check

Check Number Check Date Void

Entity Name Amount

41593 12/07/2020 S & S

ROADRUNNER SALES CO

15,659.00 41594 12/15/2020 AL-

LARD TROPHY COMPANY 155.50

41595 12/15/2020 COLE ANDER-

SON 244.80 41596 12/15/2020

JADYN BARCLAY 56.42 41597

12/15/2020 CARSON BOHL 90.50

41598 12/15/2020 COLLYN BOSCH

106.30 41599 12/15/2020 BETH

BOUCHER 91.10 41600 12/15/2020

ETHAN BROSSART 99.85 41601

12/15/2020 JACKSON BROSSART

148.39 41602 12/15/2020 LANDYN

BROSSART 11.50 41603

12/15/2020 BSN SPORTS INC

3,278.12 41604 12/15/2020 ISAIAH

BUNDY-SMITH 9.05 41605

12/15/2020 ISAAC CHRISTENSON

16.05 41606 12/15/2020 COCA-

COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

129.50 41607 12/15/2020 SAIGE

CONNOT 11.35 41608 12/15/2020

GENTRY CRAIG 56.42 41609

12/15/2020 LATHAN DEMONTIG-

NY 14.90 41610 12/15/2020

BRYCETON DEPLAZES 18.70

41611 12/15/2020 JACLYN

DUCHSCHER 22.05 41612

12/15/2020 KATELYN DUCHSCH-

ER 8.90 41613 12/15/2020 BRADY

FILLER 339.82 41614 12/15/2020

KRISTIAN FRITZ 7.90 41615

12/15/2020 LOGAN GRONVOLD

95.00 41616 12/15/2020 MIKA

GUTY 45.89 41617 12/15/2020

BLAKE HAAKENSON 162.00 41618

12/15/2020 AMBER HARMEL 13.75

41619 12/15/2020 LOGAN HAR-

MEL 11.50 41620 12/15/2020

MEAGAN HARMEL 118.50 41621

12/15/2020 SAWYER HARMEL

46.34 41622 12/15/2020 LOGAN

HARNER 10.45 41623 12/15/2020

PEYTON HAUCK 49.07 41624

12/15/2020 I DESIGN INC 693.75

41625 12/15/2020 DEREK JACOBS

33.11 41626 12/15/2020 HAYLEE

JUNDT 421.12 41627 12/15/2020

RYLEIGH KEATING 19.70 41628

12/15/2020 BRENDEN KLEESPIE

48.30 41629 12/15/2020 KORDELL

KRAFT 47.15 41630 12/15/2020

MARIANN KRAFT 43.96 41631

12/15/2020 KIARA LARSON 32.76

41632 12/15/2020 KENDRA LEIER

45.85 41633 12/15/2020 GRACE

MAHLE 441.88 41634 12/15/2020

CARSON MATTERN 192.60 41635

12/15/2020 MINNTEX CITRUS INC

16,447.61 41636 12/15/2020

MICHAEL NIEMI 11.65 41637

12/15/2020 NORTH CENTRAL

FOOD PROCESSING SUPPLY

311.15 41638 12/15/2020 CALLIE

OPPEN 20.30 41639 12/15/2020

TYLER OPPEN 106.90 41640

12/15/2020 TAYLOR PRITSCHET

110.60 41641 12/15/2020 QUALITY

MEATS AND SEAFOOD 5,083.33

41642 12/15/2020 JACOB RIP-

PLINGER 13.85 41643 12/15/2020

RUGBY CHAMBER OF COM-

MERCE 2,625.00 41644 12/15/2020

RUGBY WELDING & MACHINE

48.86 41645 12/15/2020 GAVIN

SCHEPP 10.05 41646 12/15/2020

DYLAN SCHERR 12.60 41647

12/15/2020 MEGAN SCHMALTZ

18.95 41648 12/15/2020 AUSTIN

SCHNEIBEL 16.85 41649

12/15/2020 CHASE SCHNEIBEL

258.72 41650 12/15/2020 AMBER

SELENSKY 289.38 41651

12/15/2020 RYAN SLAUBAUGH

38.71 41652 12/15/2020 RYLIE

SUCHOR 57.33 41653 12/15/2020

LEVI TOFTE 10.75 41654

12/15/2020 X KRISTI TONNESSEN

42.91 41655 12/15/2020 TRO-

PHIES-N-TEES 226.00 41656

12/15/2020 RILEY TUENGE 12.85

41657 12/15/2020 KORY VETSCH

92.30 41658 12/15/2020 COLE

VIETZ-REILE 12.30 41659

12/15/2020 DALTON VIETZ-REILE

59.57 41660 12/15/2020 LAUREN

VOELLER 131.78 41661 12/15/2020

AMY VOLK 31.92 41662 12/15/2020

BROOKE VOLK 97.90 41663

12/15/2020 THATCHER VOLK

98.00 41664 12/15/2020 WARREN

WALKER 34.23 41665 12/15/2020

JOEY WOLF 43.54 41666

12/15/2020 MONICA YODER 37.10

41667 12/17/2020 BRANDON HO-

WARD 173.00 41668 12/17/2020

BRADLEY FRITEL 180.00 41669

12/17/2020 JORDAN KIPPEN

180.00 41670 12/17/2020 BRIAN

HORNACHER 456.00 41671

12/18/2020 GREG FOSTER 44.50

41672 12/18/2020 TOBY MCCABE

44.50 41673 12/18/2020 CAMRON

JOHNSON 456.00 41674

12/18/2020 LANDEN FOSTER

110.50 41675 12/18/2020 TOBY

MCCABE 110.50 41676 12/18/2020

SCOTT BAUER 456.00 41677

12/18/2020 KENMARE HIGH

SCHOOL 150.00 41678 12/18/2020

BISHOP RYAN CATHOLIC

SCHOOL 75.00 41679 12/28/2020

KELLY WETZEL 456.00 41680

12/28/2020 DALE KJORSTAD

180.00 41681 12/28/2020 BRAD-

LEY FRITEL 180.00 41682

12/28/2020 JIM OLSON 204.00

41683 12/30/2020 BALTA BAR &

GRILL 1,284.00 41684 12/30/2020

BSN SPORTS INC 1,179.00 41685

12/30/2020 CLUBS CHOICE

8,802.00 41686 12/30/2020 FIRST

500.00 41687 12/30/2020 RUGBY

PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT 5

2,544.32 41688 12/30/2020

TROPHIES-N-TEES 552.50 41691

12/29/2020 LISBON PUBLIC

SCHOOL DISTRICT 150.00 AC-

TIVITY FUND TOTAL: 68,168.40

TOTAL ALL FUNDS: 417,191.10

Dustin Hager, Chairman

Dawn Hauck, Business Manager

(February 13, 2021)

NOTICE

Rugby Public School District #5,

Board of Education, held a special

board meeting Wednesday, January

20, 2021, at 7:00 AM in the Library

at Rugby High School.

The purpose of the special meeting

was to review the recommendations

of the administration and the Health

and Safety Committee.

Board members present were Kris

Blessum, Dustin Hager, Carlie John-

son, and Shane Livedalen. Brenda

Heilman was absent.

Also present were Michael McNeff,

Jason Gullickson, Jared Blikre,

Dawn Hauck, and Sue Sitter with the

Pierce County Tribune. Deb Goven

was present via Zoom.

Chairman Hager called the meeting

to order at 7:00 AM.

Motion by Johnson to approve the

agenda. Second by Livedalen. All

voting yes, motion carried.

Dr. McNeff discussed the Health and

Safety Committee Meeting. The

state mask mandate expired on

January 18th The city has also al-

lowed their mask mandate to expire.

At this time, with the rule that no

one must quarantine if both people

are wearing masks except for the

person who has tested positive for

COVID-19, the committee is recom-

mending that masks continue to be

required for students, staff, and visi-

tors on school grounds and on stu-

dent transportation, with further re-

view on March 9th.

Discussion was held on the calen-

dar. The first full week of school

would be the week of February 8th.

February 5th would be a profession-

al development day with no virtual

learning. Three additional PD days

were built into the calendar on Fri-

days. For the high school, the

schedule will be Mondays and

Wednesday will have the same

classes, Tuesdays and Thursdays

will have the same classes, and Fri-

days will alternate between the two.

Motion by Blessum to accept the

proposed amended calendar for the

remainder of the 2020-2021 school

year. Second by Livedalen. All vot-

ing yes, motion carried.

Discussion was held on the wearing

of masks. The goal of the masks is

to limit quarantines and to slow the

spread of COVID-19. The previous

motion of the board had flexibility

with masks for grades K-2, but the

new recommendation is for all stu-

dents to wear them all the time. Li-

brary, music, and phy-ed will now be

in their areas instead of in the class-

room. Lunch will still be served in

the classrooms. Motion by Blessum

to continue wearing masks for

grades K-12, staff, and visitors and

review the issue again in February.

Second by Johnson. All voting yes,

motion carried.

The meeting was adjourned at 7:35

AM.

Dustin Hager, Chairman

Dawn Hauck, Business Manager

(February 13, 2021)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Probate No. 35-2021-PR-00002

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF

PIERCE COUNTY, STATE OF

NORTH DAKOTA

IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE

OF JOYCE M. HAUGEN,

DECEASED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the undersigned has been appointed

personal representative of the above

estate. All persons having claims

against the said deceased are re-

quired to present their claims within

three months after the date of the

first publication of this notice or said

claims will be forever barred.

Claims must either be presented to

Lonna K. Baugher, personal

representative of the estate, at 831

Hemlock Ct., Lyndon, WA 98264, or

filed with the Court.

Dated this 27th day of January,

2021.

/s/Lonna K. Baugher

Lonna K. Baugher

J. Thomas Traynor, Jr. (ID#03694)

Traynor Law Firm, PC

509 5th St NE, Ste. 1 – PO Box 838

Devils Lake, ND 58301-0838

Telephone: (701) 662-4077

Email: tomtraynor@traynorlaw.com

Attorneys for Personal

Representative

(February 6-13-20, 2021)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Probate No. 35-2021-PR-0005

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF

PIERCE COUNTY, STATE OF

NORTH DAKOTA

In the Matter of the Estate of

Frederick Duane Baillie a/k/a

F.D. Baillie a/k/a Duane Baillie,

Deceased.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the undersigned has been appointed

personal representative of the above

estate. All persons having claims

against the above named decedent

are required to present their claims

within three months after the date of

the first publication or mailing of this

notice or said claims will be forever

barred. Claims must either be

presented to Barbara Kennedy,

2048 Summit Ave., St. Paul, MN

55105-1460, personal representatvie

of the estate, or filed with the clerk of

the district court.

Dated January 29, 2021.

/s/Barbara Kennedy

Barbara Kennedy,

Personal Representative

/s/Galen J. Mack

Galen J. Mack SBAND 04398

Mack Law Offices, P.C.

Attorney at Law

PO Box 196

Rugby, ND 58368

701-776-5246

Attorney for Personal

Representative

(February 6-13-20, 2021)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Probate No. 35-2021-PR-0004

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF

PIERCE COUNTY, STATE OF

NORTH DAKOTA

In the Matter of the Estate of

Joan Bosch, Deceased.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the undersigned have been appoint-

ed co-personal representatives of

the above estate. All persons having

claims against the above named de-

cedent are required to present their

claims within three months after the

date of the first publication or mailing

of this notice or said claims will be

forever barred. Claims must either

be presented to either Michael Heil-

man, 3144 Hampton St., Bismarck,

ND 58504, or Valerie Heggeness,

1261 2nd St. N., Fargo, North Dako-

ta 58102, or filed with the clerk of

the district court.

Dated this 29th day of January,

2021.

/s/Michael Heilman

Michael Heilman,

Co-Personal Representative

/s/Valerie Heggeness

Valerie Heggeness

Co-Personal Representative

/s/Galen J. Mack

Galen J. Mack SBAND 04398

Mack Law Offices, P.C.

Attorney at Law

PO Box 196

Rugby, ND 58368

701-776-5246

Attorney for Personal

Representative

(February 6-13-20, 2021)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Probate No. 35-2021-PR-00003

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF

PIERCE COUNTY, STATE OF

NORTH DAKOTA

In the Matter of the Estate of

Jerome W. Thomas, Deceased.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the undersigned has been appointed

personal representative of the above

estate. All persons having claims

against the above named decedent

are required to present their claims

within three months after the date of

the first publication or mailing of this

notice or said claims will be forever

barred. Claims must either be

presented to Anna M. Thorson, 7079

Willow Road, Towner, ND 58788,

personal representatvie of the

estate, or filed with the clerk of the

district court.

Dated January 26, 2021.

/s/Anna M. Thorson

Anna M. Thorson,

Personal Representative

/s/Galen J. Mack

Galen J. Mack SBAND 04398

Mack Law Offices, P.C.

Attorney at Law

PO Box 196

Rugby, ND 58368

701-776-5246

Attorney for Personal

Representative

(February 13-20-27, 2021)

Wolford City Council Meeting

The Wolford City Council met on

Wednesday, February 3, 2021 at

7:07 p.m. Present were Mayor Wolf

and Council Members Slaubaugh

and Walsh. Deb read the January

minutes and Financial Statement.

Both were approved as read after a

motion by Slaubaugh and second by

Walsh.

OLD BUSINESS: The Financial

Statement for the City of Wolford

General Fund for the year 2020: Re-

ceipts=$18,089.03 Disbursements=

$14,804.93 General Fund Balance

on Dec. 31, 2020 = $10,485.74 was

approved after a motion by Slau-

baugh and second by Walsh.

NEW BUSINESS: 1. Payment of the

monthly bills was approved after a

motion by Walsh and second by

Slaubaugh (Waste Management

597.70; Otter Tail 215.39; Pierce

County Tribune 21.46; USPS 55.00;

ND Workforce Safety & Insurance

250.00; ND League of Cities 215.00;

IRS 183.60). 2. Discussion was held

on the Wolford All School Reunion

which is being planned for June 11,

2021. 3. Six new YIELD signs were

installed in town. 4. Discussion was

held concerning nominating our fire

department to win safety equipment.

Slaubaugh motioned to adjourn

w/Walsh seconding. Motion carried.

NEXT MEETING: March 3, 2021 at

7:00 p.m.

(February 13, 2021)

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