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I 4 ~t c~ e , June 26, 2014 Volume One Hundred Tl t ,i g Issue Number Oak s, ND Emaih * 75 a copy ' ~ ~ ~-,~ 7 ~j ~. ~~ ...... LIBRARY HOU , 7:30 p.m. and Tues., Sat., 2:30-5:30 p.m. by^, ,,PS FOR EDUCATION can be left at the Cakes Times or at the Elementary School office. BLENDED showing at the Grand Theatre Sat., Sun., Mon., June 28-30 - no Friday night movie. Rated PC-13, 1 hr. 57 rains. Showtimes: 7:30 " Adam Sandier, Drew Barry- .re, Wenda McLendon. CHECK ', FACEBOOK PAGE FOR UPCOMING IES! Popcorn to Go/ . .KES ARMORY is open for .ingt 9 a.m.-3 p.m. every day. bINGO AT THE SENIOR CIT- IZENS CENTER, Mondays at 1:15 p.m., Golden Age Club. FULLERTON TOPS, 8 a.m. Saturdays, Fullerton Elevator Meeting Room. DICKEY COUNTY HISTORI- CAL SOCIETY will meet the 1st Monday of every month at 7 p.m. at the Otter Tail Room, Cakes. DRIVERS LICENSE OFFICE, first Wed. of every month at the Cakes Armory. WlC PROGRAM, Otter Tail Room, 2nd Tues. of each month. Call 701-883-5179 for an ap- pointment. ALCOHOLICS ANONY- MOUS, 8 p.m. Mon., Wed. and Sat., 201 S. 5th St., Cakes. ALANON, 8 p.m., Mon. at201 S. 5th St., Cakes. CAKES BONE BUILDERS classes meet every Mon., Wed. and Fri. at the Cakes Senior Center at 10 a.m. Call Kathie at 742-3509. CAKES QUILTERS GUILD meets every 3rd Thurs. of the month at 10 a.m. until ??? at the Cakes Armory. 10,000 SHOT CLUB CON- TEST begins May 1-Sept. 30. -- Boys/Girls Grade 5-12. Contact Coach Bata for info at bata@ CAKES FIREWORKS DIS- PLAY will be held Sunday, July 6 at the Cummings Field Ball Park. OPEN HOUSE WEDDING SHOWER in honor of Michaela Quandt, bride-to-be of Bobby Johnson, Saturday, June 28 from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. at Cakes Golf Course. Registered at Wil- drose Floral, Praska's Hardware Hank, Target and Kohls. CAKES POOL is looking for good used life jackets. Call the pool at 742-2481. lmes Thu :;::june 26 by 4 p.m. by John Rosinski President Obama delivered some of Nordmark Publishing remarks during the event in which he Surrounded by 80 American flags touched on a range of issues. One of snapping in the wind, on a small hill the items mentioned by the President overlooking the Missouri River, Pres- was of particular interest to mem- ident Barack Obama made his first bers of the Turtle Mountain Band of visit to North Dakota last week. Chippewa, including Turtle Mountain The President was joined by First Tribal Chairman Richard McCloud, Lady Michelle Obama on a trip to who was in attendance. It was in early Cannon Ball, a small community nes- April the Turtle Mountain Tribal Ju- tled within the Standing Rock Reser- dicial Board instituted formal charges vation. After landing Air Force One against Chief Tribal Judge Madonna in Bismarck just after 2:00 p.m., the Marcellais, Tribal Judge Andy Laver- Obamas flew into Cannon Ball aboard dure and Tribal Clerk of Court Jolene Marine One, arriving on the site about House. Although Obama wasn't dis- a halfhour later, cussing the issues surrounding the The President and First Lady then Turtle Mountain tribal court directly, met with some of the Standing Rock he did indicate steps are being taken youth, and tribal leaders during a at the federal level to make the system closed door roundtable discussion, run as smooth as possible. Following the meeting President "My administration has gone fur- . Obama and the_EixstLady ,attended a powwow, which was being held in conjunction with a Flag Day celebra- tion. commit violence against women," Obama said. "And Standing Rock has done a terrific job at building a court system that is open and efficient, and delivers justice to your people. So we want to support more tribes as they follow your lead and strengthen jus- tice in our communities." McCloud said prior to Obama's vis- it he wanted to convince him to add Turtle Mountain to the White House's Promise Zones Initiative that partners with local communities and business- es. If Turtle Mountain were to be des- ignated as a Promise Zone, McCloud said the tribe would utilize the federal dollars to create its own asphalt plant that could rebuild several of the dete- riorating roads throughout the area." During his 12 minute remarks, Obama also discussed the relation- ther_than any in history to strengtJ en ,re ship between:the Trib and: Federal the sovereignty of tribal courts, partic- govemments. ularly when it comes to criminal sen- Continued on page 3 tencing and prosecuting people who Members of the Oakes Fire Department walked in the Dickey County Relay for Life event held Friday, June 20 [ in Ellendale. Walking in full fire-fighting gear, they dealt with heat and humidity, but-determined to help in the fight ] against cancer, they hit the 50 mile mark. Picture (l-r) are: Ryan Marthaller, Chief Jerry Hollingsworth, Jeremy [ Sitzler, Zack Marthaller, Jason Olson, Ray Guzman. Photo by Dusty Hollingsworth [ son (r) at Oakes Community Hospital. Rebecca L. Thompson has been appointed President of Oakes Com- rmmlty l-lo~/'~itnl ["~nk~.q. NI F) o-f'c.c._ tive May 26, 2014. She will replace Lee M. Boyles, who recently ac- cepted the position of President of St. Gabriel's Hospital in Little Falls, Minn. Rebecca, a native of Oakes, has served as Vice President of Opera- tional Finance CHI for the Oakes Community Hospital, Lisbon Area Health Services and St. Francis Medical Center in Breckenridge, Minn. She was responsible for the preparation of monthly financial statements, corporate and outside reporting, and providing strategic financial leadership. In addition, Rebecca serves on the Oakes Com- munity Foundation Board and a lo- cal church board. As an experienced leader with a: strong healthcare finance and opera" finnal hnek, g rmlnd qhe hn~ dare'J= oped excellent team building and motivational skills in a challenging healthcare environment. Rebecca received her Master's irll Healthcare Administration from the University of Mary, Bismarck, N.Di.! and a Bachelor of Science in Ac i counting/Business Administratioa from the University of Jamestown, Jamestown, N.D. In her spare time, Rebecca en- joys being married to Steve, a high" school principal, they have one son Kyle in the 6th grade, and she loves to travel and play the piano. Congratulations, Rebecca, your new role with Catholic Health; Initiatives. ram In The automotive training program atcians Education Foundation (NATEF). technicians. As a result of the quality grams. Southeast Region Career and Technol- Nationally accepted standards of ex- education provided by Southeast Re- John Andrus, automotive instructor, ogy Center in Oakes has received ac- cellence in areas such as instruction, gion Career and Technology Center, added, "During the past few months, creditation by NATEF and the National facilities and equipment were used. the motoring public will benefit since we have worked closely with NA- Institute for Automotive Service Ex- "This is great news for automo- better repair technicians will join the TEF to make certain that our program cellence (ASE). SRCTC's automotive tive-minded young people and their work force." Upon completion of would meet strict industry standards, program has been accredited in the fol- parents," said Donald Seyfer, NA- the evaluation, NATEF recommended and now we are delighted to join the lowing areas: Maintenance and Light TEF Chair. "Because this program that SRCTC be accredited by The Na- ranks of the ASE accredited training Repair. increases cooperation between local tional Institute for Automotive Service programs. Students will be assured'of To achieve this coveted recognition, education and industry leaders, it gives Excellence (ASE). ASE is a national a quality education, and shop owners the school's automotive training pro- added assurance that Southeast Region non-profit organization which tests and will be assured of getting quality job gram underwent rigorous evaluation Career and Technology Center's grad- certifies repair technicians, in addition applicants." by the National Automotive Techni- uates will be employable entry-level to accrediting automotive training pro- by Martha MacLeod bear hug and head lock. Freestyl Oakes Times wrestling is like high school rules Michael Kelly won the heavy- only the scoring system is differ- weight championship in Greco style ent." wrestling at the Northern Plains As champion, Michael was quali tournament at the FargoDome on fled to continue on to the National: June 13. He also wrestled in the event in Fargo but Michael chose freestyle tournament where he came stay in Oakes with his American Le- in second, gion baseball team. "Baseball is one The rules for Greco-Roman wres- of my favorite sports," says Michael tling are different than those used in who will be a junior at OHS in the high school. "You aren't allowed to fall. touch the opponents legs," explains He is the son of Jake and Becki Michael. "Some of the holds include Kelly. I ! t There were over 125 registered. Funds will be used for emergency room Pediatric Glide Scope t CATHOLIC HEALTH INITIATIVES ~mmunity Hospital Foundation NOFFMAN IRRIGATION Farmland CO-OP, Inc. 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