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r i| IH r II i I II I I , ,THE ,WALS, H COUNTY PRESS" WEDNESDAY O,CTOBER 3 I,2018 :t Paee 13 := forWalsh County Commi on Let 40 years experience on 10 different boards work for the people of Walsh County. I would greatly appreciate your vote. Pald for by Deer~ ~ on hb own b#r~ been killed and properly tagged. You must proceed to the carcass by the shortest accessible route and return to the road or trail by the same route. However, off-trail driving is prohibited in all circumstances on state wildlife management areas, Bureau of Land Management lands, national wildlife refuges, national grasslands, federal waterfowl production areas and state school land. Do I need to pay attention to the fire danger index in November? In a year with a lack ofmoisture it can be of concern. When these condi- flops arc present, hunters should keep track of the daily fire danger index, which restricts off-trail vehicle use and recreational fires when the index is in the Very High, Exlrerne and Red Flag Warning categories. Some coun- ties may also still have localized restrictions in place. Can I transport someone else's deer? Yes, but you will need a trans- portation permit from a game warden. The license holder, person trans- porting the animal, and the carcass must be presented to the game war- den before the permit is issued. What ifl am going to take my deer head to a taxidermist and meat to a butcher shop? How do I keep the tag with it all? The tag should remain with the head and the carcass tag should remain with the meat. May I carry a pistol when I am hunting with a deer rifle? Yes, but the handgun must meet minimum requirements listed in the deer hunting regulations to be legal for taking deer. Can I use a bow to fill my regular deer gun license? Yes. You may use any legal firearm or bow during the regular deer gun season. CanI carry both bow and gun afield during deer gun season ifI have both licenses? Yes, but only if you are going to fill your gun license. No firearms, except handguns, may be in the hunter's possession while hunting with a deer bow license. However, handguns may not be used in any manner to assist in the harvest of a deer with an archery license. CHUCK HAGEL FORMER Rt ;! t BLI(,AN'" ' UNI 1 El) S E,S SENATOR -- NEBRASKA FORMER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE Dear North Dakotan, Over the last six years, Heidi Heitkamp has shown the common sense, independence, and grit that North Dakota needs. She de- serves another term as your U.S: Senator. North Dakota, like my state of Nebraska, is home to agriculture that feeds the world, small businesses that power the economy, ,l 0x, t erests isn't to be a stamp political party or another, it is to go to work every day asking what you can do to help the people back home. Sometimes that will mean backingthe President's agenda and sometimes it won't. Just as Heidi has always done. Her independence from what either political party in Washington would like her to do is not only refreshing, it is exactly why she's able to work across the aisle to get things done. From negotiating the end of the 40 year old ban on exporting crude oil, to helping write the landmark bill that provided needed relief for community banks and credit unions, to finally funding new engines for the B-52 bombers that airmen at Minot Air Force Base fly to keep us safe, Heidi proved that she isn't your typical politician. She rolls up her sleeves and gets things done. We live in a combustible and dangerous world. As Secretary of Defense, I saw that up close. In the face of these complicated challenges, we need thoughtful leaders who will put partisanship aside and put our country's interest first. Heidi has been a fierce advocate for the nuclear deterrence missions that are critical for our security as Russia and China take provocative actions and threaten U.S. interests. And she always fights to make sure our men and women in uniform have the resources, train- ing, and equipment they need, as well as the education and benefits they earned after they leave the military. As a twice wounded Vietnam veteran, I am especially grateful for Heidi's leadership in taking care of those who served. When ideological forces pushed an agenda to privatize the VA, Heidi stood up for the VA's unique ability to serve veterans and offer specialty care on which veterans rely. When veterans struggled with bureaucracy to get appointments scheduled outside the VA, Heidi cut through the red tape and reformed the Veterans Choice Program. When veterans in Grand Forks lacked a full-time Vet Center to serve as a safe space for counseling, Heidi led the charge to get them one. Aware of the challenges my fellow Vietnam Veterans face even decades after their service, Heidi took up the fight to address the effects of Agent Orange. And she showed how much she reveres veterans when she honored the memory of those who never came home with a moving series of 15 speeches on the Senate floor that told the nation the stories of North Dakota's finest. On November 6, North Dakotans have an opportunity to send Heidi back to Washington. She's a proven leader who has always put North Dakota and America first and gotten results that help the people she represents. Regards, Chuck Hagel i Paid for by Heidi tbr Senate I 7 : " "