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Dickey County Leader Section A -- December 19, 2013 7 Colby Simonssen, TBC Sports Information Director Lady Lions Go 2-0 in North Central Weekend The Trinity Bible College Lady Lions had a long layoff of 8 days between games due to Thanksgiv- ing Break. The Lady Lions had plenty of time to prepare to face their North Central Region oppo- nents Faith Baptist Bible College and North Central University. The Lady Lions first game was against Faith Baptist Bible College on Friday afternoon. They did not wait long as they raced out to the early lead after a 12 to 0 run in the opening half. The Lady Lions then continued to build their first half lead eventually taking a 26 point lead into halftime being up 36 to 10. In the second half. the Lady Lions pushed their lead even more and all 11 Lady Lions would get to see 10 minutes or more in the game and all 11 players would score as well. The Lady Lions went on to win 73 to 29. In the win the Lady Lions were led in scoring by freshman Rebecca Olsson who had 17 points, while the only other Lady Lion in double figures was senior Kylie Simonsen who had 11 points, 7 steals and 5 rebounds in 15 minutes of action. Sophomore Lauren Fischer led all rebounders with 8 rebounds to pair with her 4 points. Next up for the Lady Lions on Saturday was the host school and reigning North Central Region Champions, North Central Univer- sity Rams. Again the Lady Lions used a fast start to jump out to an early lead. They used a 12 to 2 run to open the game and the Rams would fight to get back in it but the Lady Lions held on to the lead and headed into halftime with the 25 to 14 lead. In the second half the two teams battled as the offenses found their rhythm. The two teams com- bined for 75 second half points. The Rams were able to tie the game in the second but the Lady Lions would answer going and pushing their lead back to 10 points. The Rams kept fighting until the very end but the Lady Lions held on for the 60 to 54 win. In the win the Lady Lions were led by senior Kylie Simonsen who led all scorers with 20 points and 4 rebounds. Sophomore Janae Droste added 17 points and 6 rebounds, while sophomore Aaren LaRose added 11 points and 6 rebounds as well. Senior Kayla Droste led all re- bounders with 14 rebounds. The two wins moves the Lady Lions to 5-4 on the season, with 4 games still to play before Christ- mas break. The Lady Lions host Dakota State University on Tues- day, December 10th at 6pro, they then travel to Jamestown, ND to face University of Jamestown on Wednesday, December 1 lth at 5:30pm. The Lady Lions then head to Minnesota for a weekend series against Red Lake Nation College on Friday and Saturday. (BPT) - As cooler weather de- scends, homes heat up and so does the risk your family could experi- ence a home fire or carbon mon- oxide (CO) poisoning. According to the National Fire Protection As- sociation, most home fires and CO poisonings occur in the winter. Be- sides heating appliances, seasonal activities such as increased cook- ing, candle usage and holiday deco- rations all add to the risk. In fact, the U.S. Fire Administration reports that each year winter fires claim an average of 945 lives, injure 3,825 people and cause more than $1.7 billion in property loss. To help keep your home worry free from fire and CO this winter, the experts at Kidde Fire Safety have developed a quick check list. Answer these questions to custom- ize your winter home improvement projects with tasks that save money, reduce a common household an- noyance and increase safety. One in four older homes needs to update fire safety equipment. How old are your alarms? * Replace smoke alarms every 10 years and CO alarms every five to 10 years, based on the alarm model. * Purchase an alarm with a 10- year sealed lithium battery, such as Kidde Worry-Free smoke and I your CO alarms, to receive hassle-free protection for a decade -- no need to change a battery or hear a low- battery chirp. Available at retailers nationwide, with each alarm in- stalled saving you $40 over its life in battery costs. Seventy-five percent of hom- eowners don't know where to in- stall smoke alarms. Do you have enough? * Fire experts recommend plac- ing smoke, alarms on every floor and inside/outside all bedrooms. Choose alarms with room-specific features, such as an LED light in the hallway, or a voice notification for the bedroom. * Place a CO alarm near sleeping areas and on each floor. Keep them 10 feet away from fuel-burning ap- pliances. Do your alarms incorporate the newest features and technology? * A sealed-in 10-year lithium bat- tery not only continuously powers the alarm, it's also tamper-proof and can't be removed. * A digital display shows the lev- el of CO in the air and updates the those commonly caused by cook- ing. *An end-of-life appliance warn- ing lets you know when to replace your alarms. Do you need other safety prod- ucts? * Fire extinguisher - place one within reach in rooms where fires often begin: kitchen, garage, bed- room, living area * Escape ladder - place in second- and third-floor rooms as an alterna- tive escape route Have you developed a family es- cape plan? *Create a plan and practice regu- larly. Know two ways out of every room and who will assist children and loved ones with mobility/health issues. Do your children know their ad- dress and how to dial 911 ? * Post your home address and emergency phone numbers on the refrigerator. Are your appliances and chimney winter-ready ? * Have a professional inspect fuel-burning appliances to ensure they function properly and that they vent outside. reading every 15 seconds. * Have a professional clean or *An intelligent multi-sensor re-. 'haspect fireplaces annually. Birds sponds faster to real fires and CO, and small animals can cause leaves while reducing nuisance alarms like to build up on top of the chimney, preventing carbon monoxide from venting properly. * Create a 3-foot clutter free zone around fireplaces, space heaters or wood stoves. If you're looking for good local news coverage-- It's time to open up the Dickey County Leader. A subscription to the official county paper will bring all local and county news into your home each week. Official Newspaper of Dickey County PO Box 9 Ellendale, ND 58436 Ph: 701-349-3222. Fax: 701-349-3229 Email: dcleader@drtel.net Subscription: $31 a yr. (In Dickey County) $34 a yr. (In State) $37 a yr. (Out of State) 1 Now serving soups daily from I I am -4pm Monday -Chicken Tortilla Tuesday - Beef Vegetable Wednesday - Cheeseburger Potato Thursday - Creamy Knoephla Friday - Chili By: Madi Bommersbach EHS Journalism Class Ellendale high school students have been getting the chance to experience life as a teen parent. Girls and boys taking Child Devel- opment and FCS 1, both taught by Jennifer Mount, get the opportunity to take home a "Real Care Baby" for the weekend and are graded on how well they treat their baby. The final grade is based on several fac- tors that may total to 100 points. Points are taken off if the student misses feedings, handles the baby roughly, misses diaper changes, and forgets to burp the baby. Han- dling the baby roughly is the most common error made by students because the baby's head and neck are so sensitive, even the slight- est drop of the head will result in a three point deduction. The baby cries, coos, and weighs the same as an actual newborn. To prevent cheating or talking someone into taking care of your baby for you there is a unique wireless ID brace- let that the instructor puts on your wrist to ensure accountability. If Egg Nog 4 cups milk 5 whole cloves 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 12 egg yolks 1 1/2 cups sugar 2 1/2 cups light rum 4 cups light cream 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg Combine milk, cloves, 1/2 tea- spoon vanilla, and cinnamon in a saucepan, and heat over lowest setting for 5 minutes. Slowly bring milk mixture to a boil. In a large bowl, combine egg yolks and sugar. Whisk together until fluffy. Whisk hot milk mixture slowly into the eggs. Pour mixture into saucepan C k,---, over medium heat, stirring constantly for 3 min- utes, or until thick. Do not allow mixture to boil. Strain to remove cloves, and let cool for about an hour, Stir in rum, cream, 2 teaspoon vanilla, and nutmeg. Refrigerate overnight before serving. (70 I)349-3909 I O0 2nd st s Ellendale, ND you are not wearing the ID brace- let the baby will not recognize you and therefore you cannot meet its needs. Only the instructor is al- lowed to cut the bracelet off when you return to school the following Monday. Lindsey Boniek, a junior at EHS, took her baby to Ruby Tuesday's on her assigned weekend. Lindsey said the baby got a lot of atten- tion at the restaurant and she also received a lot of surprised looks when other customers saw her with the car seat. Isabel Wedell, a soph- omore, said being a mom for the weekend was very eye-opening. She was glad to give the baby back because she wants to be a kid for as long as possible and not take care of one. Another sophomore, Kirst- en Stoppleworth, said the baby made her realize how hard it is to take care of a child. All of the girls agreed that their least favorite part of the Real Care Baby was waking up several times in the middle of the night to feed the child. Overall, taking home the baby was a great learning experience. Gingerbread Pancakes 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 teaspoon baking soda 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon ground dried ginger 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 egg 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/4 cup molasses 1 1/2 cups water Whisk the flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, ginger, and cin- namon in a bowl; set aside. Beat the egg in a separate mixing bowl with the vanilla and molasses until smooth. Whisk in the water until completely incorporated. Stir the flour mixture into the molasses mixture until just combined -- a few lumps are okay. Heat a lightly oiled griddle-over medium-high heat. Drop batter by large spoonfuls onto the griddle, and cook until bubbles form and the edges are dry. Flip, arid cook until browned on the other side. Repeat with remaining batter. L. Hot Chocolate * Coffee * Tea Latte * Mocha * Caramel Macchiato Smoothie * Rage * Icy * Cremosa Kuchen * Baked Goods * Oatmeal *Special seasonal Lattes & Mochas** Gingerbread* Eggnog*Pumpkin Pie White Peppermint*Candy Cane is [ett ,i c c Will be closed Winter Hours: i 7:30am-4:00pm " December M0nday-Friday i tOT 24th- 25th- 26th r- t i.