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Check out the Game and Fish website, gfndgov, for a full list of questions and answers. What licenses do I need for deer gun season? A general game and habitat or combination license, and the deer license. Gratis license holders need only the gratis license. I have a concurrent season license. When can I use it? The license can be used during the archery season with a bow; the deer gun season with a bow, rifle or muzzleloader; or the muzzleloader season with a muzzleloader. You are restricted to the type of antlerless deer print- ed on the license and must stay in the unit to which the license is assigned. Can hunters ages 14 or 15 (in 2021) with a youth season license who did not harvest a deer during the youth season, hunt the regular deer gun season with this license? Yes, but you are subject to the restrictions listed on the license. I was unsuccessful in filling my mule deer buck license in a restricted unit during the youth season. Can I hunt the remainder of the state dur- ing the regular gun season? No. You are restricted to the same unit as during the youth season. I shot a deer, but it is rotten. What can I do? You must take possession of the animal by tagging it. A license only al— lows you the opportunity to hunt. It is not a guarantee to harvest a'deer, or to the quality of the animal. What should I doif I find a wounded deer? . H Contactagarne wadenDo not shoot the deer unless you want to tag it or are instr‘dbted by the warden to do so. Is camouflage blaze orange acceptable for the deer gun season? No. You must wear both a hat and outer garment above the waistline totaling at least 400 square inches of solid daylight fluorescent orange. I hunt with a bow. When do I have to wear orange? Only during the regular deer gun season. Can I hunt road rights-of—way? Do not hunt on road rights-of-way unless you are certain they are open to public. use. Most road rights-of—way are easements under control of the adjacent landowner and are closed to hunting when the adjacent land is post- ed closed to hunting. . Can I hunt on a section line if it is posted on both sides? No. If the land is posted on both sides, the section line is closed to hunt- ing, but is still open for travel. Hunters with firrther questions are encouraged to Visit the Game and Fish Department’s website, gfnd.gov., or call 701—328-6300, from 8 am. to 5 pm. weekdays. FARMLAND FOR SALE DUNDEE TOWNSHIP, WALSH COUNTY LYNN T. WALKER, ROBERT A. WALKER and DAVID W. WALKER, Trustee of The David W. Walker Revocable Trust, offer for sale the following described property: Parcel 1: NW1A-26-158-55 (excepting 8.63-acre farmstead) Bid Procedure: WRITTEN BIDS will be received at the law office of Nicholas B. Hall, Hall Currie Lawyers, Ltd., 710 Hill Avenue PO. Box 610, Grafton, ND 58237, on or D f re 4:00 .m. n Tuesda Nov mb r1 2 21. Please mark your envelope “BID FOR WALKER LAND”, OR Email your bid to kmstal@hallcurrie.com. Bids should be in the total amount and not per acre. Bids Will be opened at that time and the top five bidders will be invited to participate in QRAL BIDDING on Thursday, November 18, 2021, at 10:00 am. at the office of HALL URRIE L WYERS 710 Hill Avenue rafton ND 58237. The right is reserved to waive irregularities and to reject any or all bids. Terms: 10% of the purchase price will be due upon acceptance of a bid, and the balance due within thirty (30) days. Interested parties are authorized to contact FSA for information. For maps, bid packets and further information contact: I Nicholas B. Hall Attorney at Law 710 Hill Avenue PO. Box 610 Grafton, ND 58237 (701 )g352-281 0 (Telephone) (701) 352-1550 (Fax) nhall@hallcurrie.com (Email) NDCF Joins Nationwide Celebration to Recognize Local Impact of Community Foundations BISMARCK, ND. —— The North Dakota Com- munity Foundation (NDCF) will join in a na- tionwide celebration, November 12-18, 2021, to recognize the increasingly important role com- munity foundations play in strengthening local communities and addressing issues such as do- mestic violence, addiction, and poverty. , “Community foundations are place-based giv— ing organizations whose members understand lo- cal issues because they live in the community,” said Kevin Dvorak, President and CEO ofNDCF. “Not only do community foundations provide re- sources to those organizations and initiatives fliatbestsewelocalneedgtheyprovidedonorswho wanttogivebackwiththe structureandgivingtools that make a positive difference.” NDCF currently administers community en— dowment funds for 69 local community founda- tions in North Dakota, as well as a variety of oth- er types of charitable funds including scholarships, donor-advised firnds, and organizational endow- ment firnds, which support specific charities in the state. Community foundations at NDCF in this part of the state include - the Grafton Community Endowment Fund, established in 1981, . - the Park RiverArea Community Endowment Fund, established in 1983, - the Drayton Area Community Foundation, es— New tablished in 2005, the Cavalier Community Foundation, estab- lished in 2005, - the Larry J. erwant Fund for Pembina, ND, established in 2007, and the Walhalla Area Community Foundation, established in 2009. NDCF has already made over 1,000 grants to- taling over $3.3 million in 2021 through its var- ious frmds. These grants are used in a variety of ways to improve the quality of life for North Dako- ta residents. Some examples of 2021 grants in- clude: - A $1,200 grant from the McKenzie County Community Foundation to the Vision West ND Project Non-Endowment Fund for their Hispan- ic Inclusion in Watford City and McKenzie County initiative. A $3,000 grant from the New England Com munity Foundation to the New England Booster ' Club to bring in the Missoula Children’s Theatre group for a week-long theatre workshop for the school. - A $20,000 grant from the Minot Communi- ty Endowment Fund to the Minot Rural Fire Pro- ‘ tection District for new structural firefighting gear. - A $7,000 grant fiom the Ashley Communi- ty Endowment Fund to the Ashley Medical Cen- ter for their Ashley Medical Center Nursing Pro- gram. isc ‘ a - A $1,500 grant from the New Rockford Com- munity Foundation to the New Rockford Area Bet- terment Corporation for the Wonder Lanes Bowl- ing Alley Renovation Project. -A$3,000 grant fiom the Larry J.W11wantF1md for Pembina to the City of Pembina for their 4th of July celebration. Each community foundation at NDCF has an advisory committee made up of local residents that recommend grant awards to the projects and pro— grams they believe will make the most significant impact in their area. They also lead fundraising efforts to help grow their funds for the firture. The State of North Dakota encourages donors to direct their philanthropic dollars toward qual- ified North Dakota endowment funds such as the community foundations at NDCF by offering a 40% State Tax Credit on certain gifts. Community Foundation Week, created in 1989 by former president George H.W. Bush, rec- ognizes the work of community foundations throughout America and their collaborative ap- proach to working with the public, private, and non- profit sectors to address community problems. For more information or to inquire about es- tablishing a community foundation for your hometown, go to www.NDCF.net or contact the . North Dakota Community Foundation at 701 -222— ' 8349. these? a CAVALIER, N.D. ——At 2 PM on Saturday, Nov. 18, the new District 19 Dem-NPL party, which will include most of Walsh County, all of Pem- bina County and the 10 eastern counties of Cavalier County will hold a re- organization meeting at the Farmers Room in the Pembina County Courthouse in Cavalier. All party officers will need to be re-elected. This meeting is open to the public and interested voters in this newly formed district are invited to attend and participate in the democratic process of re- organizing a new Dem-NFL District 19 party. Every ten years, given population data from the census, the ND legis- lature is tasked with redrawing its legislative districts. New boundaries for each district must be redrawn to account for population changes due to cities grong and rural populations declining. There are 47 legislative districts in ND meeting the requirement that each district hold approximately 15,000 ' residents. This summer the ND Legislative Committee ruled a change to go into effect during the special session the week of Nov. 8th. The newly defined , map will have District 19 absorb most of District 10. District 10 will re- ', establish in central Fargo. The three legislators now serving District 19 will no longer reside with- in the new District boundaries and an election is required in 2022 to elect 3 new legislators living within the confines of the new District 19 requiring ~ both Republican and Democrat parties to re-organize and identify candi— ' dates to run for these newly established legislative posts. AREA VOICES November 1 1, 2021: Veterans Day- We Forget PARK RIVER, ND. ‘— VeteransiDay is celebrated every year on No- vember 11th at 11:00 AM to honor all veterans, men and women, who haVe served in war and peace times and are dead or alive. Veterans contribute to American society afier their military service to this great country is ended. These service men and women who have put their uniforms away after their service to this great country, have gone on to be entrepreneurs, scientists, and even our Nation’s leaders. On this Veterans Day let’snot‘fOrget’allthe‘ loved ones léft'behind'. V ‘ When the clock strikes 1 1:00 AM on this“ Veterans Day let us all pause and remember all the men and woman both living and dead. That have fought and died to keep this country free. God Bless the people that have served our country. God bless the USA. . Submitted by Marquita Novak, Sec. of Park River Legion Aux-I By David Monson Rep. District 10 BISMARCK, N.D. — The ND Legislature has been notified that we will go into a special legislative session beginning on November 8, 2021. There was a question as to whether we would call ourselves into session (reconvene the regular session from last spring) or if the gov- ernor would call us into session. The governor announced on October 29 that he was calling the special session. If we would have called ourselves . into a reconvened session, we would have had only four days to complete all our work The ND Constitution limits the legislature to meet no more than eighty days every two years, and we used seventy-six of our days in the session that end- ed in April of 2021. Since the governor called the session now, we are not limited on the length of the special session. This could be a double-edged sword. By not having a limit on the number of days in the ses- sion we have more time to deal with more bills. Our House and Senate leaders have indicated they would like to limit the number and scope of the bills introduced to a The only' two topics we really need to address are the re- districting plan and the Federal money the state has received called ARPA funds, an acronym for American Rescue Plan Act. The redistricting committee finished putting forth a plan on September 29. We don’t expect any major changes to the plan during the spe- North Kitchen or counter help needed. Flexible hours! Apply at www.northstarcoop.com, call or stop in and talk to Bella Park River, ND - 701-284-7161 iliary Post 147 When the clock strikes 11 :00 AM on this Veterans Day let us all pause and remember all the men and woman both living and dead. That have fought and died to keep this country free. Legison ‘ , cial session, although some minor changes could be brought forth in amendments. The House and Senate Appropriations Com- mittees finished putting the ARPA spending plan together on October 28 afier eight days of re- viewing proposals and negotiating with each oth- er. It was a lot of tense negotiating, but the plan is being forwarded to the Legislative Manage- ment Committee and then on the special session. This is a case where we could see some amend— ’ ments during the special session. The whole leg- islature will vote on the spending in the end. We had about $9.2 Billion in requests on how to spend it, and only $1.2 Billion available. We chose to fund about $383.5 Million worth of proj- ects that we had appropriated money to during the general session that ended in April, 2021. Af- ter we adjoumed, we were told that the funding for those projects didn’t meet the criteria to have the Corona virus funding pay for them $317 Mil- lion of that goes to the Department of Trans— portation with $30 Million going to local roads and bridges. That means the remaining ARPA funds was in the range of about $900 Million. Some of the major spending proposed for the roughly $900 Million are: $75 Million going for water projects; $100,000 for each of the_13 state parks and a total of $10 Million for the State Parks and Recreation Department; $5 Million to local parks with none getting more than $1.5 Mil- lion requiring a 1 to 1 match; State Colleges and Universities will get $1 13 Million for repairs, new Coop buildings, or demolition; $150 Million to help > build a natural gas pipeline to eastern ND; $25 ‘ Million for nursing homes; $29 Million for Hu- man Services; $60 Million for the Department of Commerce; $5 Million for airports; and nu- merous other amounts. We didn’t spend all the , ARPA funds in our proposed bill. By our last tal- , 1y we still have somewhere over $300 Million that we can consider in the special session or keep ‘ until the 2023 regular session. There will be some other bills introduced we know. There are upwards of half a dozen vac- cine mandate bills, with one almost sure to pass. Probably a critical race theory bill will pass as well. Beyond that, we will have to wait and see. ' The governor would like to see us spend more of the ARPA funds and even some of the tum- back money that various departments didn’t need to spend with all the Corona virus money that came to us in 2021. That is over $400 Million, but even though our oil revenue is ahead of schedule after two months of the new biennium, a lot can go wrong with our economy between now and June 30, 2023. We thought it would be a little careless to spend that money already. If you have ideas and concerns, you can reach me by email at: dmonson@nd. gov. I try to re- spond to my constituents, but with the hectic pace I’ve been experiencing, it may take a few days. Editor ’s Note: Manson is a Representative for District 10 in the North Dakota House of Rep- resentatives. Looking for LAND T 0 RENT Lundquist Brothers Adams, ND Will consider share crop agreements 701-331-9614 701-331-8856