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t et is can be very bad. birds, especially crows and blue *Eliminate stagnant water in con- willthe 2004 return jays. Beginning June 1, anyone who tainers around homes Virus be? No one finds sick or dead birds can contact *Keep the grass around your West Nile is a seri- the Dickey County Health District. home trimmed In 2003 more than 600Although not all birds can be tested Most people infected with West Nile virus and because of decomposition, the Dick- Nile virus experience no symptoms Were reported in North ey County Health District will make or have only mile symptoms, such as addition, 41 horses, 168 arrangements for acceptable birds to fever and headaches. More severe mosquito pools were be sent for testing, infections may include high fevers, West Nile infection. The best protection against West severe headaches, stiff neck, altered Dickey County will need Nile virus infection is to avoid be- mental state and/or death. Although proper measure to keep ing bitten by mosquitoes. The fol- the elderly are more likely to have safe this summer fromlowing protective measure will help severe infections, people whodevel- reduce the risk of being bitten by op severe symptoms should consult one of the best meth-mosquitoes: a physician. West Nile virus activ- *Use insect repellant containing For more information, contact birds, residents of DEET. Dickey County Health District at are asked to report *Limit outdoor activities between 701-349-4348. of any sick or dying dusk and dawn Dakota State Uni- Experiment the release of Yellow-seeded flax va- Is to replace the predomi- flax grown in States. 32 trials, Carter has out- 'almost nine per- to Jim Hammond, Yield of Carter equal to "Neche," a popu- hank everyone e cards and remembering 60th wedding anniver- Thank You, and Florence Ulmer lar brown-seeded NDSU releasedlignans and Omega 3 oil content. flax variety. Carter seed will be allocated Carter is about one day earlier through the County Crop Improve- and one inch shorter than Omega. ment Association next spring. Cart- The oil content of Carter is equal er is named after NDSU Professor to Neche and slightly lower than Emeritus Jack E Carter. Carter Omega. Carter was selected from is the former chair of the NDSU a cross between Omega and Neche Agronomy Department, now the made in 1992. Carter is resistant to Department of Plant Sciences. all North American races of flax He has had a longtime interest in rust and has good resistance to flax flax utilization and research. The wilt. NDSU Research Foundation will Yellow seeded flax is commonly apply for Plant Variety Protection used in bread, especially in Europe. with Title V. The research founda- Flax has been shown to have signif- tion will collect per bushel research icant health benefits because of its fees. ,pPEAL O. IINTRy i Confidential Shopping with Owner Sally Raye "Vintage - New- 6ently Used" 16000 ........ $19.50 9000 ......... $18.10 Ellendale Implement N. Hwy 281 Ellendale, ND 701-349-5336 877-949-5336 JOHN DEEIRE ui ment LaMoure El ]oure,l~D andhem to stay/ W. Hwy 13 701 o883-5271 877-883-5271 website : Dean Bradley Brummund, Oakes, N.D., Driving under the influence of liquor, $500 with $250 suspended, Criminal administration fee $125, Defense/facility admin fee $100, Victim-witness fee $25, 1 year unsupervised probation, 10 days County Jail with 10 days suspended, Obtain an evaluation, Violate no criminal laws, Refrain from excessive use of alcohol. You must not purchase, possess or consume any controlled substance except as prescribed by a licensed physician. Defendant can buyout his community service of 20 hours at $6.00 per hour plus a $40 pro- gram fee for a total of $160. Robert R. Seelye, Oakes, N.D., Actual physical control of motor vehicle, $600 with $250 suspended, Criminal administration fee $125, Defense/facility admin fee $100, Victim-witness fee $25, 1 year unsupervised probation, 30 days County Jail with 28 days suspend- ed, Obtain an evaluation, Violate no criminal laws, Complete 24 hours community service. Defendant to pay $40 program fee to Paulette Opdahl. Refrain from excessive use of alcohol. You must not purchase, possess or consume any controlled substance except as prescribed by a licensed physician. Grant Calvin Baker III, LaMoure, ND., Driving while license privi- lege is suspended. $20. Timothy G. Nelson, Sioux Falls, S.D., Drove without operator's license, $20. Terrance L. Thompson, Oakes, ND., Operator failed to wear seat belt, $20. Bret Eugene Eichstadt, Wolsey, S.D., Speeding, 65 in 55 zone, $10. Meinhardt C. Wagner, Bismarck, N.D., Operator failed to wear seat belt, $20. Samantha Kay Mathern, Edgcley, N.D., Speeding, 72 in 65 zone. $14. Ronald A. Kingsley, Wheatland, N.D., Speeding, 74 in 65 zone, $18. Deanna Cheree Reinke, Forbes, ND., Speeding, 38 in 25 zone, $13. Timothy David Sitzler, Oakes, N.D., Speeding,75 in 65 zone, $20. Larry D. Jilek, Dickinson, N.D., Disregarded traffic control device, drove off truck route, $50. Christine Ann Larson, Aberdeen, S.D. Speeding, 40 in 25 zone, $15. Rebecca Jean Holstad, Forman, N.D., Speeding, 79 in 65 zone, $4O. Jessica LaVonne Leinen, Forman, N.D., Pernaitted unauthorized minor to drive, $20. Daniel D. Stahl Jr., Britton, S.D., Speeding, 74 in 65 zone, $18. Dorothy M. Schroeder, Babbitt, S.D., Speeding 35 in 25 zone, $10. Bradley Donald Nishek, Ellendalc, N.D., Speeding, 37 in 25 zone, $12. Sherri Lynn Petersen, Ashley, N.D., Speeding, 75 in 65 zone, $20. Geraldine E. Dunn, Huron, S.D., Speeding, 45 in 25 zone, $25. Tiffany Lynn Ainsworth, Oakes, N.D., Drove without operator's license, $20. Jessee Dean Atkinson, Oakes, N.D., Speeding, 77 in 65 zone, $30. Friday: Liver and onions, pota- toes, broccoli Normandy, peach cobbler Monday: Hamburger bean hot- dish, squash, fresh fruit, congo bar Tuesday: Roast beef, potatoes and gravy, peas, fruit cocktail cake Wednesday: Ham, baked potato, corn, whipped jello Thursday: Barbeque chicken, potato salad, capri vegetables, plum sauce and the of Our 1 9helh Family A99ortment9 llllllll IIII . I Fireworks given away nightly! June 27 thru July 4" 9 am - 10 pm