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December 19, 2013 -- Section A Dickey County Leader Calendar of Area Events AA & AL ANON meetings will be every Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. at the Zion Lutheran Church in Ellendale. For WIC Appointments call 701-349-3666. TOPS - meets every Thursday at 308 1 st Ave. N. in Ellendale at 5:30 p.m. Coleman Museum CLOSED for the season Ellendale City Council meets every 2nd Monday of the month at City Hall at 5:30 p.m. Ellendale Chamber of Commerce meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 12:00 noon at the Fireside. Ellendale Park Board meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:45 a.m. WIC Program, provid- ing nutrition advice and food to pregnant women, infants and children under the age of 5, is at the Avera Clinic on Wednesdays. Call 349-3666 for an appointment. Golden Swingers Club meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 12:30 p.m. Dickey County Commissioners meet in Ellendale the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Courthouse. Dickey County Health District will be holding a Senior Maintenance Clinic Tuesday, January 28th, from 8:30-12:00 at the Senior Center in Ellendale. Ellendale Masonic Lodge meets every 2nd and 4th Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary Meets at 7:30 on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at the Legion Clubrooms. American Legion and Sons of the American Legion meets 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6:45 p.m. VFW Auxiliary will meet every 3rd Thursday of the month at the Senior Center - 2:00 p.m. Ellendale Echoes is heard on KDDR Radio every Wednesday at 11:45 a.m. The Fire Department meets the 1st Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Ellendale Town News on KSJB at 2:10 p.m. every Thursday. Tune in and listen! Ellendale Lions Club meets 1st and 3rd Tuesdays at 12:00 noon at the Fireside Ellendale Public Library Board meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 3:00 p.m. at the library. - Compliments of - by Dean Meyer Hello, I suppose most of you in Bison coun-try are aware that the coach of the Thundering Herd, the Bison of NDSU, has announced he is leav- ing for Wyoming. I under- stand he is a great coach, and has done a tremendous job of elevating the Bison to national prominence in college football. But what I don't under- stand is why contracts aren't honored in sports. And since I am a heck of an athlete, maybe that is why I don't understand. If you plan on leaving anyway, why negotiate a contract. I know I am in the minority on this, but I would have said, "Goodbye. Thank you for all you have done. And you can watch the champion- ship game on ESPN from a motel room in Laramie." But then that's just me. It's a far cry from the way Fred Fridley Sr. handled his stint at Watford City. As head coach for 42 years, he was several times coach of the year in North Dakota, and one time National High School Coach of the Year. He could have left Watford at any time for more money and more prestige. But he became a Wolf. And he stayed a Watford City Wolf. I think that was a touch of class that most coaches and most pro athletes do not have. I'm not sure if I told you that I kind of coached Fred in golf. You see, Fred and I were golf partners in league golf for a number of years. I coached him well. He gave me a stroke a hole and two on the par 5 s. Then we played pretty even. But as many of you know, and I wrote about it sev- eral years ago, Fred and I are both deaf. You know. Like "What'd you say?" Our conversations during a round of golf would go some- thing like, "How are the cat- tle doing?" And I would rely, "I bought Will a saddle for his birthday." Fred. "What'd you get on that hole?" Me. "I filled the cart last week. It's your turn." Me. "How are the boys doing?" Fred. "I think it's about 150 yards." Me. "Did you tell Betty Police Report- Ellendale Police 701-349-2093 November 1 Dog at large; Speeding 39 in 25 zone; (Warning) Illegal window tint; (Warning) Speeding), Seat belt violation; (Warning) Must have motor vehicle registration card; (Warning) Speeding November 2 - (Warning) Repair head lamp; Motor vehicle crash November 4 - Speeding 39 in 25 zone; (Warning) Must display cur- rent registration; Speeding 40 in 25 zone; Seat belt violation; Speeding 40 in 25 zone November 5 - (Warning) Speeding November 6 - Theft of services/ defrauding secured creditors; Property damage; Failed to dim head lights while traffic is approaching November 7 - (Warning) Speeding; Drove without insurance card in motor vehicle November 8 - Alarm at business; (Warning) Must dim head lights November 9 - Speeding 42 in 25 zone; (Warning) Must repair head lamp November 10 - Speeding 39 in 25 zone; Speeding 40 in 25 zone; Speeding 41 in 25 zone November 11 - Funeral escort, Motor vehicle fire November 12 - Dog at large November 13 - Speeding 37 in 25 zone November 16 - Speeding 38 in 25 zone; Seat belt violation; (Warning) Repair head lamp; (Warning) Repair head lamp; (Warning) Repair trailer light November 17 - Speeding 43 in 25 zone; Drove without insurance card in motor vehicle; (Warning) Repair trailer light November 18 - Speeding 37 in 25 zone; (Warning) Speeding; (Warning) Must have insurance card in motor vehicle; Failed to register motor vehi- cle; Window tint violation; Property damage November 19 - (Warning) Repair head light (x2) November 20 - Noisy dog com- plaint, Gas drive off November 21 - Domestic distur- bance; (Warning) Window tint November 22 - Repair head light; (Warning) Window tint Intensive ANS Efforts Continue Statewide monitoring efforts for aquatic nuisance species in 2013 resulted in only one new infes- tation - curly-leaf pondweed in Grass Lake in Richland County. ND Game and Fish Department ANS coordinator Fred Ryckman said for the second consecutive year, no zebra mussels were detect- ed in the Otter Tail and Red riv- ers at Wahpeton, where immature zebra mussels were found in both 2010 and 2011. "This is encouraging news," Ryckman said. "However, adult zebra mussels discovered last year in Minnesota's Otter Tail drain- age continue to move closer to North Dakota. In addition, adult zebra mussels were documented this fall in Lake Winnipeg, which is of great concern to Manitoba officials." Statewide monitoring efforts also indicated known populations of ANS in existing ND water bod- mation and education campaign, since 2009, and all were from and enforcement efforts, with the taken from unit 3F2 in southwest- intent of full compliance with. ern North Dakota. All four were existing rules and regulations. Mule Deer from 3F2 Tests Positive for CWD A mule deer taken from unit 3F2 during the deer gun season has tested positive for chronic wasting disease. Dr. Dan Grove, North Dakota Game and Fish Department wild- life veterinarian, said a hunter shot the adult buck in western Grant County and submitted the head for testing as part of the hunter-harvested surveillance pro- gram. Testing was performed at Michigan State University. Game and Fish is awaiting verification of initial tests results from a national lab in Ames, Iowa. The MSU lab still has some 3F2 samples to test, as well as all samples from the eastern third of the state. Grove said according to the hunter, the animal looked healthy, with no visible signs of having any within the same general area. The hunter:harvested 'surveil- lance program annually collects samples taken from hunter-har- vested deer in specific regions of the state. In addition to unit 3F2, samples during the 2013 deer gun season were collected from units in the eastern third of the state. CWD affects the nervous system of members of the deer family and is always fatal. Scientists have found no evidence that CWD can be transmitted naturally to humans or livestock. Look for New Boat Registrations Boat owners are reminded that 2014 is the first year of a new 3-year registration period, and with it comes an increase in license fees passed during the 2013 legislative session. Effective Jan. 1, the price to register motorboats under 16 feet ies are generally stable, and in health issues, in length, and all canoes, increases Ellendale some instances are even in decline. This is the fourth deer, and first from $12 to $18, motorboats from Ryckman said a few. adult sil- buck, to test positive for CWD 16 feet to less than 20 feet in length Pharmacy ver carp were again observed in the James River below Jamestown* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * For all your Dam, after having moved upstream ~II, ~! ~ ~ ~ ~ ~1 ~ W AI~~ i : Pharmaceutical needs, into North Dakota during the ~ -~ --- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~, ~ J ~ Project Manager * visit Ellendale Pharmacyextremely high flows in 2011. W"i . Manage large scale iTProjects. z~ 117 Main St. Ellendale, N.D. Game and Fish will continue ' J ~t .Net Application Developer intensive monitoring for ANS in f . Proficient in analysis, design & development. 2014. In addition, the department Java Application Developers . Proficient in analysis, design & development. will also continue its ANS infer- Multiple openings. Web Application Interface Designer Yr . HTML, Cascading, Adobe Suite, Graphic y~ Design & Web Content Management. ~k Educational Technology Director Y~ Oversees IT funcffon for elementarylsecondary ed. "~ ~ ~ J~. Contact us at www.nd.govllTDI - 701.328.1004 or TTY 1.800.366.6888 I -- Established in 1882 -- OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF DICKEY COUNTY Roberta Johnson - Editor; Roberta Johnson, Production/Sports Reporter Stella Phoenix - Production Keri Winter - Accounting Jeanette Robb-Ruenz - Feature Reportei'/Proof Reader Tamela White, Sales Representative Member of the National Newspaper Association Published weekly (Thursday) at 55 2nd Ave. N, Ellendale, ND 58436-0009 by Nordmark Publishing, Rolla, ND 58367 Periodicals postage paid at Ellendale, North Dakota and additional mailing offices. (USPS 156-600) POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: DICKEY COUNTY LEADER, P. O. Box 9, Ellendale, ND 58436 Phone: 701-349-3222 Fax: 701-349-3229- E-mail: dcleader@drtel.net SUBSCRIPTIONS: $34.00/yr. in Dickey County $38.00/yr. in State $42.00/yr. Out of State "Support your ho-h0-hometown!" Step into Ann we're gong to Dickinson to golf?" Fred. "They are having a golf tourney in Dickinson. We should go." Me. "That wind is coming up. Think it's going to blow up a rain?" Fred. "The train doesn't come through here anymore. Hasn't for years." Me. "I don't know. Sometimes you can get eye- drops that help." And so it would go. But I will tell you one thing. If you owed him seven dollars at the end of the round, and you said you owed him six, he could damn sure hear! Congratulations Partner! Enjoy! Later, Dean November 23 Speeding; (Warning) Repair head light; (Warning) Repair head light; (Warning) Repair brake light; Arrest warrant-served November 24 - Speeding 38 in 25 zone; Speeding 38 in 25 zone; (Warning) Must possess drivers licence November 25 - (Warning) Must repair head light; Seat belt violation November 26 - Speeding 40 in 25 zone; Failed to obtain North Dakota drivers license; (Warning) Must reg- ister motor vehicle November 27 - Window tint viola- tion (x2) November 30 - Noisy dogs Medicals- 1 00 the Past 50 Years Ago: M.W. Andresen home wins first place in non-religious division of home decorating contest 25th Christmas Program with more than 500 voices at Public School Dec. 19 2nd storm misses Ellendale, but blustery weather and strong winds cause cancellations. Temp drops to 22 below zero Mrs. Hans Clausen and Otto Steinwand are wed Nov. 29 Ellendale wrestlers down Sargent Central 33-20, pins by Dick Welsh, Charles Dunn, Cresston Gackle, Gary White, other winners Brad Sand, Jerry Evenson and Duane Marvick Army Pfc Lawrence Steltzer assigned to 3rd Infantry Division in Germany 40 Years Ago: EHS basketball record 2-0 with win over Edgeley 80-47, Russ Grueneich has 18 points, Krik Hird--17 EHS Wrestlers lose to LaMoure 33-18, Winners were Brent Nell(quickest pin--25 seconds), Roger Zimmerman, Dick Coleman, Tom Welsh and Craig (Warning) Nell City Council approves pur- chase of a new ambulance Chat-a- While club holds Christmas dinner at home of Mrs. Denise Beecher New Years Eve Dance Dec. 31 at the VFW Ballroom, music by the Kendall Duo Zion Lutheran Church junior and senior choirs present annual cho- ral service Dec. 23, 7:30 p.m. 30 Years Ago: Robert Peterson retained as City Engineer D's Video Parlor to be opened by Dorothy Schweitz Mrs. Elizabeth (Christ) Schock celebrates 89th birthday Orryn Heine receives Dickey County 4-H Alumni Award for leadership 16 years Three young women enter Miss ND Teen USA contest--Lynne Carlson, Dawn Zimmerman and Melodie Zink Cards split two in season opener, lose to Linton, 42-35 and topple Edgeley 34-28 20 Years Ago: from $24 to $36, and mot~%oats Fire destroys turkey barn at 20!feet: ha length from $33 Map!e Ri er Hutterit b to 5. As".part of the!,ae htold-prom'o . and fislling.ljce e fees .~man~at 2VlDLI~;Ellendate~:~~e will increase April 1. service needs volunteers ffoc~y The new boat registration cycle begins Jan. 1 and runs through Dec. 31,2016. Boat registrations will be mailed by the end of December. Boat reg- istrations can be renewed online after Dec. 15 at the ND Game and Fish Department's website, gf.nd. gov, by clicking the online services link, and "watercraft registration and renewals" under the watercraft heading. Anyone buying a new or used watercraft can register online and generate a 10-day temporary per- mit that is valid until the registra- tion is processed Mountain Oyster feed at Lucy's Place Dec. 20 Community Christ,s Dinner Dec. 25 at Senior Center 10 Years Ago Myra Rada recognized as "Trustee of the Year" at Prince of Peace Care Center 5th Annual Soup Kitchen at Senior Center, Dec. 14 Even Lee Cummins, senior at TBC, nomi- nated for National Music Award by Native American Music Ass'n . Lady Cardinals lose season opener to Oakes, 34-24 10th Annual Tour of Homes Dec. 15, 6-8 p.m By Marian Trautmann, Librarian Taken is author Erin Bowman's first novel, but her deft characterization and unique creation of a dystopia make that fact hard to believe. Claysoot is a primitive settlement with a horrifying enigma. Every male reaching the age of 18 disappears at midnight on his birthday. Brothers Blaine and Gray had thought themselves somewhat reconciled to this strange fact of life until the day Blaine turns 18. After Blaine's farewell celebration, Gray is frustrated by his helplessness. He begins searching for answers along with Emma, the daughter of the town's healer. Many inconsistencies suddenly make them question the whole riddle of Claysoot. Why is there a Wall around the city that it is death to climb? Where are the young men taken when they leave Claysoot? What does the mysterious incomplete message left by Gray's dead mother mean? Gray and Emma finally decide that the only solution to the puzzle is to make an attempt to climb the Wall. This story will be enjoyed by middle and high school readers for its outstanding action and adventure scenes and its intriguing and twisting plot. The cliffhanger ending will undoubtedly make readers long for the sequel. The Sanctuary by Ted Dekker is the gripping story of vigilante priest, Danny Hansen, who is serving a fifty-year prison term in California for the murder of two abusive men. Filled with remorse, Danny is determined to live out his days by a code of non-violence even within a ruthless prison system. But when Renee Gilmore, the woman he loves, receives a box containing a bloody finger and demands from a mysterious enemy, Danny must find a way to escape. They are both drawn into a terrifying game of life and death. If Renee fails, the priest will die; if Danny fails, Renee will die. And the body count will not stop at two. Ted Dekker presents a powerful thriller that relent- lessly plumbs the depths of punishment and rehabilitation. Pawn of Prophecy is the first novel in the wonderful fantasy series The Belgariad. It all begins with the theft of the Orb that for so long protected the West from an evil god. As long as the Orb was at Riva, the prophecy said, its people would be safe. However, Garion, a simple farm boy, is skeptical about matters of magic. Then, in a twist of fate, he learns not only that the story of the Orb is true, but that he must set out on a quest of unparalleled danger to help recover it. Fate is leading him far from his home, sweeping him irrevocably toward a distant tower--and a cataclysmic confrontation with a master of the darkest magic. This novel that launched the Belgariad series, presents a mag- nificent epic of fate and magic, of danger, and a prophecy that must come true. Library Board: Bernice Thielges, Ellis Nell, Allison Radermacher, Teanna Peterson, and Heather Morehead. Librarian, Marian Trautmann