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Legal Notices 2-19

ADVERTISMENT FOR BIDS

Project Name: Phoenix Funeral

Home

Location: Belcourt, North Dakota

Construction Management: Edman

Builders, LLC

Architect: DSGW Architects

Project #: 19046.00

Bid Due Date: March 5th ,2020

2:00PM Central Standard Time . If

you are interested in bidding this

Project, please contact

admin@edmanbuilders.com & we

will provide the Plans and Specifica-

tions. Bids are to be submitted to:

admin@edmanbuilders.com. Con-

struction Manager reserves the right

to accept or reject any or all bids.

(February 19-26, 2020)

AMENDED SUMMONS

Civil No. 51-2019-CV-01721

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,

COUNTY OF WARD, IN THE

DISTRICT COURT, NORTH

CENTRAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT

Lakeview Loan Servicing, LLC,

Plaintiff,

v.

Andrew M. Felix and Macie N. Jar-

rett fka Macie Felix and The Heirs

and Devisees of the Estate of An-

drew M. Felix, and any person in

possession, and all persons unk-

nown, claiming any estate or interest

in, or lien or encumbrance upon, the

real estate described in the com-

plaint,

Defendants.

To the above mentioned Defendants

including all persons unknown,

claiming any estate or interest in, or

lien or encumbrance upon, the real

estate described in the complaint.

You are hereby summoned to ap-

pear and defend against the Com-

plaint in this action, which has been

filed with the Clerk of Court and is

herewith served upon you, by serv-

ing upon the undersigned a copy of

an Answer or other proper response

within twenty-one (21) days after the

service of this Summons upon you,

exclusive of the day of service. If

you fail to do so, Judgment by de-

fault will be taken against you for the

relief demanded in the Complaint.

The original Complaint is filed with

the Clerk of the District Court in the

County in which this action is com-

menced. This action relates to the

foreclosure of a mortgage upon the

following described real property in

the County of Ward, State of North

Dakota:

Lot 6, Block 4, Northdale First Ad-

dition to the City of Minot, Ward

County, North Dakota. Property

Address: 508 24th Ave NW, Minot,

ND 58703

The Plaintiff is not seeking a person-

al judgment against the

above-named Defendants.

Date: January 17, 2020

/s/Benjamin J. Mann

Benjamin J. Mann

376 East 400 South, Suite 300

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Tel: 801-355-2886

Fax: 801-328-9714

Email: benjamin@hwmlawfirm.com

Bar Number: 08371

MWN: ND10076

(February 19-26; March 4, 2020)

INVITATION TO BID

PROJECT. Fire Station #5

BIDS CLOSE. Thursday, March 12,

2020 at 2:00pm

PROJECT #.20195150

DATE OF ISSUE. February 19, 2020

BY:

EAPC Architects Engineers

300 3rd Ave SW Suite A

Minot, ND 58701

PHONE: (701) 839 – 4547

OUTLINE OF PROJECT. Two bay,

7,900 SF fire station with a 800 SF

mezzanine. Construction includes

masonry wall, masonry veneer and

exterior structural metal stud con-

struction. Roof framing is metal

trusses with metal decking, nail base

insulation covered by asphalt shin-

gle. The project includes structural,

mechanical, electrical, civil and fire

protection. TYPE OF BIDS. Bids will

be received at the same time on the

following portions of the work,

separately as listed or combined at

the bidders option:

General Contract

Mechanical Contract

Electrical Contract

THE OWNER:

City of Minot

515 2nd Ave SW

Minot, ND 58701

BID PLACE:

City of Minot

City Hall, City Council Chambers

515 2nd Ave SW

Second Floor

Minot, ND 58701

Bids received after the designated

time will not be accepted. All in-

terested parties are invited to attend.

Bids will be opened and publicly

read aloud. It is the bidders respon-

sibility to see that mailed or

delivered bids are in the hands of

the Owner prior to the time of the bid

opening. OBTAINING DOCU-

MENTS. Drawings and Specifica-

tions may be examined at the

Architect/Engineer’s office, and the

Owner’s office at the address shown

above and:

CMD (Construction Market Data)

Dodge Plan Room and SCAN in

Minneapolis.

QuestCDN (www.questcdn.com)

Minnesota Builders Exchanges at

Duluth, St. Cloud, Minnesota Build-

ers Exchange in Minneapolis.

North Dakota Builders Exchanges at

Bismarck, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand

Forks, Minot, Williston.

South Dakota Builders Exchanges at

Aberdeen, Plains Builders in Sioux

Falls, Rapid City,

Sioux Falls Builders Exchange.

Montana Builders Exchange at Bil-

lings.

If Contractor receives his bidding do-

cuments from a plans exchange, it is

the Contractors responsibility to con-

tact EAPC Architects Engineers to

be added to the plan holders list.

Complete digital project bidding do-

cuments are available at

www.questcdn.com. You may

download the digital plan documents

for $15.00 by inputting Quest project

# 6825056 on the website’s Project

Search page. Please contact

QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or

info@questcdn.com for assistance

in free membership registration,

downloading, and working with this

digital project information. An option-

al paper set of project documents is

also available for a refundable price

of $100 per set from EAPC Archi-

tects Engineers, 300 3rd Ave SW,

Suite A Minot, ND 58701. If the

bidder returns the set of documents,

in good condition, within 10 days fol-

lowing the bid date, the deposit will

be refunded. If the bidder does not

return the set of documents within

the designated time, none of the

deposit will be refunded. Please al-

low 2 days for printing. Partial or

complete sets of prints and specifi-

cations may be obtained from EAPC

by other than the above. The sets or

partial sets will be distributed upon

receipt of payment for the informa-

tion charged at the current reproduc-

tion rate. None of this payment will

be refunded. Completeness and

adequacy of the list of documents

requested shall be the responsibility

of the person making the request.

BID SECURITY. Each bid shall be

accompanied by a separate en-

velope containing a Bidders Bond in

a sum equal to five percent of the

full amount of the bid, including all

add alternates, executed by the

bidder as principal and by a Surety

Company authorized to do business

in this State, conditioned that if the

Principal’s bid be accepted and the

contract awarded to him, he, within

ten days after notice of award, will

execute and effect a contract in ac-

cordance with the terms of his bid

and a Contractor’s Bond as required

by law and the regulations and

determinations of the governing

Board. Cash, cashier’s checks or

certified checks will not be accepted.

See Instructions to Bidders 00

1000, Art. 7. NORTH DAKOTA

LAW. All bidders must be licensed

for the highest amount of their bids,

as provided by North Dakota Centu-

ry Code Section 43-07-05; and no

bid will be read or considered which

does not fully comply with the above

provisions as to bond and licenses,

and any bid deficient in these

respects submitted will be re-sealed

and returned to the bidder immedi-

ately. THE OWNER reserves the

right to waive irregularities, to reject

Bids and to hold all Bids for a period

of 30 days after the date fixed for the

opening thereof.

By order of:

Chief Kelli Kronschnabel

(February 19-26; March 4, 2020)

NOTICE BEFORE

FORECLOSURE

To the Title Owners, Borrowers and

Occupants of the Property:

David J. Bushelman

1401 6th Street Southwest

Minot, ND 58701

David J. Bushelman

20659 Stone Oak PKWY, Apt 1822

San Antonio, TX 78258-7534

David J. Bushelman

898 S Loop 1604 W

San Antonio, TX 78264

Pursuant to the provisions of the

Federal Fair Debt Collection Prac-

tices Act, you are advised that un-

less you dispute the validity of the

foregoing debt or any portion thereof

within thirty days after receipt of this

letter, we will assume the debt to be

valid. If the debt or any portion

thereof is disputed, we will obtain

verification of the debt and will mail

you a copy of such verification. You

are also advised that upon your re-

quest within the thirty day period, we

will provide you with the name and

address of your original creditor, if

different from the creditor referred to

in this Notice. We are attempting to

collect a debt and any information

obtained will be used for that pur-

pose. At this time, no attorney with

this firm has personally reviewed the

particular circumstances of your ac-

count. However, if you fail to con-

tact our office, our client may consid-

er additional remedies to recover the

balance due. The real property that

this notice pertains to is located at

1401 6th Street Southwest, Minot,

ND 58701, and more particularly

described as:

Lot 1, Nelson’s Rearrangement of

Lots 3, 7, 8, 9, 10 and a portion of

Lot 4, Block 2, Suburban Homes

Addition to the City of Minot,

Ward County, North Dakota.

Notice is hereby given that a certain

mortgage, recorded against the

above described property by David

J. Bushelman, executed and

delivered to Town and Country

Credit Union, dated July 31, 2014,

(“Mortgage”); and given to secure

the payment of $159,354.00, and in-

terest and other fees and costs ac-

cording to the terms and obligations

of a certain promissory note, is in

default. The current Mortgagee of

the Mortgage is U.S. Bank National

Association. The following is a state-

ment of the sum due for principal, in-

terest, taxes, insurance, mainte-

nance, etc. as of November 20,

2019:

Principal Balance $145,252.16

Interest $4,447.12

Escrow Advance $1,239.88

Late Charges $319.06

Recoverable Balance $151,733.23

That as of November 20, 2019, the

amount due to cure any default, or

to be due under the terms of the

mortgage, exists in the following re-

pects:

Total Payment Amount $8,902.74

Late Charges $319.06

Corp Adv $475.00

Total $9,696.80

In the event that you either payoff or

reinstatement the loan, payment

must be paid by certified funds, and

made payable to U.S. Bank National

Association, and mailed to Halliday,

Watkins & Mann, P.C., at 376 East

400 South, Suite 300, Salt Lake

City, UT 84111. Additionally, you

must pay any additional accrued in-

terest, subsequent payments or late

charges which become due and any

further expenses for preservation of

the property which may be ad-

vanced. Please contact Halliday,

Watkins & Mann, P.C. for the exact

amount due through a certain date.

You have the right, in accordance

with the terms of the mortgage, to

cure the default specified above.

You also have the right in the fore-

closure action to assert that no de-

fault exists or any other defense you

may have to said action. Notice is

further provided that if the total sums

in default, together with interest ac-

crued thereon at the time of such

payment, accrued payments then

due and expenses advanced, are

not paid within thirty (30) days from

the date of mailing or service of this

Notice, the Mortgagee will deem the

whole sum secured by the Mortgage

to be due and payable in full without

further notice. Furthermore,

proceedings will be commenced to

foreclosure such Mortgage, and in

the event of Sheriff’s sale as provid-

ed by the laws of the State of North

Dakota, the time for redemption

shall be as provided by law, but not

less than sixty (60) days after the

Sheriff’s Sale.

Date: November 21, 2019

Halliday, Watkins & Mann, P.C.

/s/Benjamin J. Mann

Benjamin J. Mann

Attorney for Creditor

376 East 400 South, Suite 300

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Tel: 801-355-2886

Fax: 801-328-9714

Email: benjamin@hwmlawfirm.com

MWN: 56229

(February 5-12-19, 2020)

NOTICE BEFORE

FORECLOSURE

To the Title Owners, Borrowers and

Occupants of the Property:

Brad M. Gaudet

2825 Jeffrey Drive

Minot, ND 58703

Brad M. Gaudet

PO Box 75003

Colorado Springs, CO 80970

Emily V. Solorio

PO Box 75003

Colorado Springs, CO 80970

Pursuant to the provisions of the

Federal Fair Debt Collection Prac-

tices Act, you are advised that un-

less you dispute the validity of the

foregoing debt or any portion thereof

within thirty days after receipt of this

letter, we will assume the debt to be

valid. If the debt or any portion

thereof is disputed, we will obtain

verification of the debt and will mail

you a copy of such verification. You

are also advised that upon your re-

quest within the thirty day period, we

will provide you with the name and

address of your original creditor, if

different from the creditor referred to

in this Notice. We are attempting to

collect a debt and any information

obtained will be used for that pur-

pose. At this time, no attorney with

this firm has personally reviewed the

particular circumstances of your ac-

count. However, if you fail to con-

tact our office, our client may consid-

er additional remedies to recover the

balance due. The real property that

this notice pertains to is located at

2825 Jeffrey Drive, Minot, ND

58703, and more particularly

described as:

Lot 1C, Skyport 9th Addition to

the City of Minot, Ward County,

North Dakota.

Notice is hereby given that a certain

mortgage, recorded against the

above described property by Brad

M. Gaudet and Emily V. Solorio, ex-

ecuted and delivered to Mortgage

Electronic Registration Systems,

Inc. as nominee for National Bank of

Kansas City, its successors and as-

signs, dated October 7, 2015,

(“Mortgage”); and given to secure

the payment of $292,239.00, and in-

terest and other fees and costs ac-

cording to the terms and obligations

of a certain promissory note, is in

default. The current Mortgagee of

the Mortgage is Pingora Loan Ser-

vicing, LLC. The following is a state-

ment of the sum due for principal, in-

terest, taxes, insurance, mainte-

nance, etc. as of December 30,

2019:

Principal Balance $272,517.40

Interest $7,040.06

Late Charges $449.88

Escrow $3,757.44

Fees and Costs $75.00

Total $283,839.78

That as of December 30, 2019, the

amount due to cure any default, or

to be due under the terms of the

mortgage, exists in the following

respects:

Total Payments Due $14,996.40

Late Charges $449.88

Inspections $75.00

Total $15,521.28

In the event that you either payoff or

reinstatement the loan, payment

must be paid by certified funds, and

made payable to Pingora Loan Ser-

vicing, LLC, and mailed to Halliday,

Watkins & Mann, P.C., at 376 East

400 South, Suite 300, Salt Lake

City, UT 84111. Additionally, you

must pay any additional accrued in-

terest, subsequent payments or late

charges which become due and any

further expenses for preservation of

the property which may be ad-

vanced. Please contact Halliday,

Watkins & Mann, P.C. for the exact

amount due through a certain date.

You have the right, in accordance

with the terms of the mortgage, to

cure the default specified above.

You also have the right in the fore-

closure action to assert that no de-

fault exists or any other defense you

may have to said action. Notice is

further provided that if the total sums

in default, together with interest ac-

crued thereon at the time of such

payment, accrued payments then

due and expenses advanced, are

not paid within thirty (30) days from

the date of mailing or service of this

Notice, the Mortgagee will deem the

whole sum secured by the Mortgage

to be due and payable in full without

further notice. Furthermore,

proceedings will be commenced to

foreclosure such Mortgage, and in

the event of Sheriff’s sale as provid-

ed by the laws of the State of North

Dakota, the time for redemption

shall be as provided by law, but not

less than sixty (60) days after the

Sheriff’s Sale.

Date: December 30, 2019

Halliday, Watkins & Mann, P.C.

/s/Benjamin J. Mann

Benjamin J. Mann

Attorney for Creditor

376 East 400 South, Suite 300

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Tel: 801-355-2886

Fax: 801-328-9714

Email: benjamin@hwmlawfirm.com

MWN: ND10031

(February 5-12-19, 2020)

NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION

FOR FORMAL PROBATE OF

WILL AND APPOINTMENT OF

PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE

Probate No. 51-2020-PR-00021

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF

WARD COUNTY, STATE OF

NORTH DAKOTA

In the Matter of the Estate of Billie

Schmidt, Deceased

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

Jason Schmidt has filed herein a

Petition for Formal Probate of Will

and Appointment of a Personal

Representative of the Estate of Billie

Schmidt, deceased. A hearing has

been set upon said petition on the

16th day of March, 2020, at 9:00

a.m., at the Courtroom of the above

named Court in the City of Minot,

County of Ward, State of North

Dakota.

Dated this 31st day of January,

2020.

Peter B. Hankla (ID# 04919)

McGEE, HANKLA & BAKES, P.C.

2400 Burdick Expy. E., Suite 100

P.O. Box 998

Minot, ND 58702-0998

ATTORNEYS FOR THE

PETITIONER

(February 5-12-19, 2020)

NOTICE OF PETITION FOR NAME

CHANGE

IN DISTRICT COURT, WARD

COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA

In the Matter of the Petition for

Name Change of Elijah Melchizedek

Haffner.

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Peti-

tion in the above-entiled matter will

be filed with the Clerk of District

Court for Ward County, North Dako-

ta, requesting an Order changing the

name of Elijah Melchizedek Haffner

(current full, legal name) to Elijah

Melchizedek Jenkins (requested full,

legal name). Pursuant to N.D.C.C.

32-28-02, thirty days previous notice

of the intended application must be

given in the official newspaper print-

ed in this county. You are hereby

notified that thirty days after publica-

tion, petitioner intends to file a peti-

tion requesting entry of the Court’s

Order changing the name of Elijah

Melchizedek Haffner to Elijah Mel-

chizedek Jenkins. Any objection to

granting this name change must be

given in writing to the address listed

below within 30 days of the date of

this publication. The written objec-

tion must also be filed with the

Court. If no objections are given, the

Court may respond to the Petition

without further hearing.

Dated this 14th day of February,

2020.

/s/Elijah Haffner

Elijah Haffner

8400 128th St. NW

Burlington, ND 58722

(February 19, 2020)

NOTICE OF PETITION FOR NAME

CHANGE

IN DISTRICT COURT, WARD

COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA

In the Matter of the Petition for

Name Change of Ezrael Pearl

Haffner.

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Peti-

tion in the above-entiled matter will

be filed with the Clerk of District

Court for Ward County, North Dako-

ta, requesting an Order changing the

name of Ezrael Pearl Haffner

(current full, legal name) to Ezrael

Pearl Jenkins (requested full, legal

name). Pursuant to N.D.C.C.

32-28-02, thirty days previous notice

of the intended application must be

given in the official newspaper print-

ed in this county. You are hereby

notified that thirty days after publica-

tion, petitioner intends to file a peti-

tion requesting entry of the Court’s

Order changing the name of Ezrael

Pearl Haffner to Ezrael Pearl Jen-

kins. Any objection to granting this

name change must be given in writ-

ing to the address listed below within

30 days of the date of this publica-

tion. The written objection must also

be filed with the Court. If no objec-

tions are given, the Court may

respond to the Petition without furth-

er hearing.

Dated this 14th day of February,

2020.

/s/Ezrael Haffner

Ezrael Haffner

8400 128th St. NW

Burlington, ND 58722

(February 19, 2020)

NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE SALE

Civil No. 51-2019-CV-01374

IN THE STATE OF NORTH

DAKOTA, COUNTY OF WARD

IN THE DISTRICT COURT, NORTH

CENTRAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT

Freedom Mortgage Corporation.,

Plaintiff,

v.

Cody J. Rozell, and any person in

possession, and all persons unk-

nown, claiming any estate or interest

in, or lien or encumbrance upon, the

real estate described in the com-

plaint,

Defendants.

Judgment in the amount of

$223,086.49, having been entered in

favor of Plaintiff and against Defen-

dants, which Judgment was filed

with the Clerk of Courts of Ward

County, North Dakota, on December

30, 2019, for the foreclosure of a

real estate mortgage. Notice is here-

by given pursuant to said Judgment

that the real property described in

the Mortgage dated April 24, 2017,

which Mortgagors, Cody J. Rozell,

executed and delivered to Mortgage

Electronic Registration Systems,

Inc. as nominee for Freedom Mort-

gage Corporation, its successors

and assigns. All that certain piece,

parcel or tract of land situate lying

and being in the County of Ward,

State of North Dakota, to wit:

Lot 21, Block 8, Blaisdell-Bird Ad-

dition to the City of Minot, Ward

County, North Dakota. Being the

premises as conveyed in Deed

from Terence S. Sinner, a single

person recorded 9/17/2014 in Do-

cument Number 2977745 in said

County and State. 520 19th Street

Northwest, Minot, ND 58703

and recorded in the office of the

Clerk and Recorder of Ward County,

North Dakota, on April 27, 2017, In-

strument Number 3007995. Said

Mortgage was assigned to Plaintiff,

its successors or assigns, by As-

signment of Mortgage recorded No-

vember 20, 2017, Instrument

Number 3014086. In order to realize

the amount of $223,086.49, as of

December 30, 2019, plus interest

accruing thereafter on said amount

at the rate of 3.75000% per year to-

gether with the costs and expenses

of sale, will be sold subject to

redemption as provided by law as

one parcel of land at public auction,

subject to the lien for unpaid real

estate taxes and assessments of

Ward County, North Dakota, and

easements and restrictions of

record, to the highest bidder for cash

under the direction of the Sheriff of

Ward County, North Dakota, at the

main entrance of the Ward County

Courthouse located at 315 SE 3rd

Street, Minot, North Dakota 58701,

on March 4, 2020 (“Sale Date”), at

10:00 AM. If the sale is set aside for

reason, the Purchaser at the sale

shall be entitled only to a return of

the deposit paid. The purchaser

shall have no further recourse

against the Mortgagor, the Mort-

gagee or the Mortgagee’s attorney.

DATED this 29th day of January,

2020.

SHERIFF OF WARD COUNTY

For: Robert Roed

By: /s/Jamie Williams

Deputy Sheriff of Ward

Halliday, Watkins & Mann, P.C.

By: /s/Benjamin J. Mann

Benjamin J. Mann

Attorneys for Plaintiff

376 East 400 South, Suite 300

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

801-355-2886

Email: benjamin@hwmlawfirm.com

Bar: 08371

(February 5-12-19, 2020)

NOTICE OF SALE

Civil No. 51-2019-CV-01588

Notice is hereby given that by virtue

of a judgment of foreclosure by the

District Court the NORTH CENTRAL

JUDICIAL DISTRICT in and for the

County of Ward and State of North

Dakota, and entered and docketed

in the Office of the Clerk of said

Court on December 2, 2019 in an

action wherein USAA Federal Sav-

ings Bank was Plaintiff and Garrett

Herrmann; Any Person in Posses-

sion; were Defendants, in favor of

Plaintiff and against the Defendants

for the sum of $139,326.92, which

judgment and decree, among other

things, direct the sale by me of the

real property hereinafter described,

to satisfy the amount of said judg-

ment, with interest thereon and the

costs and expenses of such sale, or

so much thereof as the proceeds of

said sale will satisfy; and by virtue of

a writ issued to me out of the office

of the Clerk of said Court, I as Sher-

iff of Ward County, North Dakota,

will sell the property described in the

Judgment to the highest bidder for

cash at public auction at the front

door of the Courthouse in the Coun-

ty of Ward and State of North Dako-

ta, on March 11, 2020, at 10:00 AM,

to satisfy the amount due, with in-

terest thereon, and the costs and ex-

penses of such sale, or so much

thereof as the proceeds of such sale

will satisfy. The property to be sold

is situated in the County of Ward

and State of North Dakota and

described as follows:

Center 75 feet of Lot 2, Block 2,

Bryn Mawr Subdivision of Lot 3,

Block 13, North Minot, an Addi-

tion to the City of Minot, Ward

County, North Dakota AND, The

North 16 feet of Lot 3, Block 1,

Lee’s Subdivision of Lot 4, Block

13, North Minot, an addition to the

City of Minot, Ward County, North

Dakota.

If the sale is set aside for any rea-

son, the Purchaser at the sale shall

be entitled only to a return of the

deposit paid. The purchaser shall

have no further recourse against the

Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the

Mortgagee’s attorney. IN TES-

TIMONY WHEREOF, I have

hereunto set my hand and seal this

21st day of January, 2020.

For: Robert Roed

Sheriff of Ward County,

North Dakota

By:/s/Jamie Williams

Deputy

MACKOFF KELLOGG LAW FIRM

38 Second Avenue East

Dickinson, ND 58601

Attorneys for Plaintiff

51-2019-CV-00286

(February 5-12-19, 2020)

NOTICE OF SALE

Civil No. 51-2018-CV-00573

Notice is hereby given that by virtue

of a judgment of foreclosure by the

District Court the NORTH CENTRAL

JUDICIAL DISTRICT in and for the

County of Ward and State of North

Dakota, and entered and docketed

in the Office of the Clerk of said

Court on December 10, 2019 in an

action wherein US Bank Trust Na-

tional Association as trustee of the

Chalet Series III Trust was Plaintiff

and Timothy W. Bauer; Nancy

Bauer; North Dakota Child Support

Enforcement Unit; Any Person In

Possession; Cynthia L. Weishaar;

were Defendants, in favor of Plaintiff

and against the Defendants for the

sum of $86,632.55, which judgment

and decree, among other things,

direct the sale by me of the real pro-

perty hereinafter described, to satis-

fy the amount of said judgment, with

interest thereon and the costs and

expenses of such sale, or so much

thereof as the proceeds of said sale

will satisfy; and by virtue of a writ is-

sued to me out of the office of the

Clerk of said Court, I as Sheriff of

Ward County, North Dakota, will sell

the property described in the Judg-

ment to the highest bidder for cash

at public auction at the front door of

the Courthouse in the County of

Ward and State of North Dakota, on

March 25, 2020, at 10:00 AM, to

satisfy the amount due, with interest

thereon, and the costs and ex-

penses of such sale, or so much

thereof as the proceeds of such sale

will satisfy. The property to be sold

is situated in the County of Ward

and State of North Dakota and

described as follows:

TOWNSHIP 151 NORTH, RANGE

82 WEST OF THE 5TH P.M. SEC-

TION 8: NE1/4NW1/4SW1/4 WARD

COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA

If the sale is set aside for any rea-

son, the Purchaser at the sale shall

be entitled only to a return of the

deposit paid. The purchaser shall

have no further recourse against the

Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the

Mortgagee’s attorney. IN TES-

TIMONY WHEREOF, I have

hereunto set my hand and seal this

3rd day of February, 2020.

For:Robert Roed

Sheriff of Ward County,

North Dakota

By:/s/Jamie Williams

Deputy

MACKOFF KELLOGG LAW FIRM

38 Second Avenue East

Dickinson, ND 58601

Attorneys for Plaintiff

51-2018-CV-0573

(February 19-26; March 4, 2020)

NOTICE

The annual meeting of the Carpio

Rural Fire Protection district will be

held Monday, February 24 at 7:00

p.m. in the Carpio Fire Hall.

(February 19-22, 2020)

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

NORTH DAKOTA HOUSING

FINANCE AGENCY

PROPOSED ALLOCATION PLAN

UNDER THE 2020 NATIONAL

HOUSING TRUST FUND

North Dakota Housing Finance

Agency (NDHFA) will hold a Public

Hearing with respect to its Proposed

Allocation Plan Under the 2020 Na-

tional Housing Trust Fund on March

26, 2020, at 11:00 a.m., CT.

The Plan sets forth the procedures

and criteria which NDHFA is to use

in allocating the National Housing

Trust Fund annual allocation made

available to owners and developers

of rental housing pursuant to 24

CFR 91 and 93.

The Public Hearing is for interested

parties to provide either written or

oral comments regarding the pro-

posed Plan. Persons who do not at-

tend the hearing may submit written

comments by 5:00 p.m., CT, on

March 25, 2020. The plan can be

viewed on NDHFA’s website,

www.ndhfa.org, beginning on Febru-

ary 24, 2020. Please contact

NDHFA prior to the hearing for ac-

commodations or additional informa-

tion.

Public Hearing Location:

NDHFA Board Room

2624 Vermont Ave.

Bismarck, ND 58504

NDHFA Contact:

Jennifer Henderson

Director, Planning and Housing

Development Division

PO Box 1535

Bismarck, ND 58502

(800) 292-8621

(800) 366-6889 (TTY)

hfainfo@nd.gov

Equal Housing Opportunity

(February 19, 2020)

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

NORTH DAKOTA HOUSING FI-

NANCE AGENCY

PROPOSED QUALIFIED ALLOCA-

TION PLAN UNDER THE 2021

LOW INCOME HOUSING TAX

CREDIT PROGRAM

North Dakota Housing Finance

Agency (NDHFA) will hold a Public

Hearing with respect to its proposed

Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP)

under the 2021 Low Income Hous-

ing Tax Credit Program on March

26, 2020, at 10:00 a.m., CT.

The QAP sets forth the procedures

and criteria which NDHFA will

adhere to in allocating low income

housing tax credits to owners and

developers of rental housing pur-

suant to Section 42 of the Internal

Revenue Code.

The Public Hearing is for interested

parties to provide either written or

oral comments regarding the pro-

posed QAP. Persons who do not at-

tend the hearing may submit written

comments by 5:00 p.m., CT, on

March 25, 2020. The plan can be

viewed on NDHFA’s website,

www.ndhfa.org, beginning on Febru-

ary 24, 2020. Please contact

NDHFA prior to the hearing for ac-

commodations or additional informa-

tion.

Public Hearing Location:

NDHFA Board Room

2624 Vermont Ave.

Bismarck, ND 58504

NDHFA Contact:

Jennifer Henderson

Director, Planning and Housing

Development Division

PO Box 1535

Bismarck, ND 58502

(800) 292-8621

(800) 366-6889 (TTY)

hfainfo@nd.gov

Equal Housing Opportunity

(February 19, 2020)

REQUEST FOR SERVICES:

ARCHITECT/ENGINEER

Tribal Nations Research Group

(TNRG) is seeking proposals from

qualified Architectural/Engineering

firms to provide comprehensive pro-

fessional architectural and engineer-

ing services for an 800 square foot

expansion of the TNRG office facility

which is located in Belcourt, ND.

Through this RFP, TNRG intends to

select an A/E firm that can provide

design and construction documents,

project cost estimate, bidding and

award, and oversight of construction

services. The project is subject to lo-

cal TERO Laws and Ordinances and

selected firm will be required to ob-

tain a Turtle Mountain Band of Chip-

pewa TERO license. Qualified A/E

firms interested in being considered

for this project can contact: Larretta

Hall, larretta@tnrg.org, phone 701

477-5526 or cell: 701 550-1477. Pro-

posals must be received by TNRG

no later than 4:00 pm on February

25th, 2020. Each firm submitting a

proposal must submit an electronic

PDF copy with a subject title of A/E

services proposal to

admin@tnrg.org.

(February 15-19-22, 2020)

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA

COUNTY OF WARD

IN DISTRICT COURT

NORTH CENTRAL JUDICIAL

DISTRICT

State of North Dakota, by and

through the Office of State Tax

Commissioner,

Plaintiff,

vs.

Nicholas A. Mackay,

Defendant.

Civil No. 51-2020-CV-00195

SUMMONS

THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA

TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN-

DANT:

YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED

and required to appear and defend

against the Complaint in this action,

which is herewith served upon you

and has been filed with the Clerk of

the District Court in the county in

which this action is commenced, by

serving upon the undersigned with

an Answer or other proper response

within twenty-one (21) days after the

service of this Summons upon you,

exclusive of the day of service. If

you fail to do so, judgment by default

will be taken against you for the re-

lief demanded in the Complaint.

Dated this 30th day of January,

2020, at Bismarck, North Dakota.

/s/ Charles Dendy

Charles Dendy (State Bar Board Id.

05877)

Special Assistant Attorney General

Office of State Tax Commissioner

600 East Boulevard Avenue

Bismarck, North Dakota 58505-0599

(701)328-2776

Fax (701) 328-3700

Email cdendy@nd.gov

Attorney for Plaintiff

(February 5-12-19, 2020)

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA

COUNTY OF WARD

IN DISTRICT COURT

NORTH CENTRAL JUDICIAL

DISTRICT

State of North Dakota, by and

through the Office of State Tax

Commissioner,

Plaintiff,

vs.

Misti R. and Nicholas A. Mackay,

personally as Responsible Member,

Defendants.

Civil No. 51-2020-CV-00194

SUMMONS

THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA

TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN-

DANT:

YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED

and required to appear and defend

against the Complaint in this action,

which is herewith served upon you

and has been filed with the Clerk of

the District Court in the county in

which this action is commenced, by

serving upon the undersigned with

an Answer or other proper response

within twenty-one (21) days after the

service of this Summons upon you,

exclusive of the day of service. If

you fail to do so, judgment by default

will be taken against you for the re-

lief demanded in the Complaint.

Dated this 30th day of January,

2020, at Bismarck, North Dakota.

/s/ Charles Dendy

Charles Dendy (State Bar Board Id.

05877)

Special Assistant Attorney General

Office of State Tax Commissioner

600 East Boulevard Avenue

Bismarck, North Dakota 58505-0599

(701)328-2776

Fax (701) 328-3700

Email cdendy@nd.gov

Attorney for Plaintiff

(February 5-12-19, 2020)

SUMMONS

FILE NO. 51-2019-JV-00191

FILE NO. 51-2019-JV-00192

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,

COUNTY OF WARD, IN JUVENILE

COURT, NORTH CENTRAL

JUDICIAL DISTRICT

IN THE INTEREST OF L.D. AND

N.D., MINOR CHILDREN

State of North Dakota,

Petitioner,

vs.

L.D., child,

N.D., child,

Dawn Duchaine, mother,

Levi Hillestad, putative father of N.D.

Unknown, father of N.D.,

Respondents.

THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA

TO THE ABOVE-NAMED

RESPONDENTS, DAWN DU-

CHAINE, MOTHER, LEVI HILLES-

TAD, PUTATIVE FATHER OF N.D.,

AND UNKNOWN, FATHER OF N.D.

You are hereby summoned and re-

quired to appear personally before

the Juvenile Court, at its Chambers,

Ward County Courthouse in the City

of Minot, in Ward County and State

of North Dakota, on the 5th day of

March, 2020, at 9:00 o’clock a.m.. or

as soon thereafter as the parties can

be heard, for the purpose of a Peti-

tion Hearing. If you fail to appear

personally before the Court at said

time and place, or to show good

cause why you cannot do so, the

Court will make such Order as may

be appropriate and you may be pro-

ceeded against for civil contempt. A

copy of said Summons, Petition and

Order can be obtained at the Ward

County Juvenile Supervisor’s office

in the Ward County Courthouse in

Minot, North Dakota.

RIGHT TO COUNSEL

While you are not required to have

the assistance of legal counsel in

this proceeding, you are entitled to

such assistance if you so desire. In

accordance with Section 27-20-26,

NDCC, a child subject to proceed-

ings under Chapter 27-20, the Uni-

form Juvenile Court Act, is eligible

for court-appointed counsel if the

child is determined to be needy. A

needy child is one who is unable,

without undue financial hardship, to

provide full payment of legal counsel

and all other necessary expenses

for representation However, a child

is not considered needy if the child’s

parent or parents can, without undue

financial hardship, provide full pay-

ment for legal counsel and other ex-

penses of representation. You, as a

parent or parents of the child subject

to proceedings identified in the at-

tached Summons, are hereby given

notice of the potential obligation to

pay attorney’s fee, at the attorneys

usual hourly rate if, after the appoint-

ment of counsel by the court, it is

determined that your child is non eli-

gible for court-appointed counsel.

Dated this 6th day of February,

2020.

/s/Connie S. Portscheller

Connie S. Portscheller

Judicial Referee

Office Address: Ward County

Courthouse

315 3rd Street SE

Minot, ND 58701

Telephone: (701) 857-6650

(February 12-19-26, 2020)

SURREY PUBLIC SCHOOL

DISTRICT NO-41 SURREY,

NORTH DAKOTA REGULAR

SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 2020

President Ron Aberle called meeting

to order at 5:00 pm. Board

members present Ron Aberle,

Nicole Wald, Taylor Feller and

Stephanie Munos Also, present

High School Principal Gerding, Ele-

mentary Principal Hansen, Superin-

tendent Voiles and Business

Manager Twila Gantzer. M/S/C

Wald/Feller to approve minutes from

December 11, 2019 regular meeting.

Roll call vote, all yes. Business

Manager’s Report: The financial re-

ports were presented. The business

manager discussed the high water

bill. Tim thinks there might be a wa-

ter leak underground. We won’t be

able to verify that until spring.

M/S/C Munos/Wald to approve

financial reports as presented and

approve payment of December pay-

roll & benefits in the amount of $

398,870.81. December board bills:

General Fund-$ 16,285.28; Activity

Fund -$ 1,060.70; Food – $

10,837.25. Prepaid Check Register:

General Fund – $ 6,150.81; Activity

Fund-$ 6,193.70. Roll call vote, all

yes. Mrs Hansen: Gearing up for

Kindergarten will start January 16th

and run for 8 weeks. Usually there

are between 12 to 15 people signed

up. Mr Gerding: Mr Gerding is look-

ing into a 4 day school week. From

the research he has done already it

improves staff/student morale,

teacher retention and there is some

financial benefit as well. He would

like to know if the board is interested

in pursuing the issue before, he

gathers more information. The

school day would run from 8:05 to

3:35 with one hour class periods.

Professional development days

would be once a month on a Friday.

This would have no affect on sports.

The board would like Mr Gerding &

Mrs Hansen to look further into the

idea. Unfinished Business: School

Vision Committee: Mr Voiles & Ron

Aberle are assigned to form this

committee. They will possibly look

at having something at

parent/teacher conferences to get

parent involvement. Culture Im-

provement Committee: Taylor Feller

is still gathering information for this

committee. Budget Cuts: Nicole

shared information on the use of

special reserve funds. Mr Voiles

and Ron Aberle will contact Amy

DeKok. New Business: Superin-

tendent Search: With Mr Voiles re-

tirement at the end of this school

year the board needs to look at the

best way to move forward. Could

we have a supt/principal combo si-

tuation? Could we have a Dean of

Students to handle discipline issues.

The board would like the principals

to create their job descriptions. The

next regular board meeting will be

Wednesday, February 12th at 5:00

pm. M/S/C Munos/Feller to adjourn

(February 19, 2020)

UNITED PUBLIC SCHOOL

DISTRICT NO. 07

Regular School Board Meeting

January 15, 2020

Members present Brett Casavant,

Brenda Buri, Josh Sundsbak, Matt

Schaefer and Chad Brown. Also

present were Superintendent Chris-

topher Bachmeier, Business

Manager Jody Askvig, Principal Sue

Kranz, Dean of Students/AD Scott

Medalen, Assistant Principal Kayla

Andersen, Amy Ralph and Teri

Cowley. President Casavant called

the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Amy Ralph relayed messages from

parents who had children involved in

Running Club about the benefits that

a cross country team would bring. A

motion was made by Schaefer and

seconded by Sundsbak to approve

the minutes of the previous meeting

as presented. Motion carried. A mo-

tion was made by Buri and second-

ed by Schaefer to accept the Activity

report as of 12-31-19 as presented.

Motion carried. A motion was made

by Buri and seconded by Sundsbak

to accept the financial reports for the

General fund, the Building fund and

the Hot Lunch fund as presented.

Motion carried. A motion was made

by Buri and seconded by Sundsbak

to approve paying bills numbered

36570-36593, totaling $5,624.16 and

bills numbered 36594-36652, total-

ing $99,925.57. Motion carried. A

motion was made by Buri and

seconded by Schaefer to approve

open enrollment #21 for the

2019-2020 school year. Motion car-

ried. Cross country team discussion.

We requested that a running club

be started to see what the interest of

athletes would be. They have been

involved with the running club for

two years. Athlete may only be in-

volved in one sport in the fall. A mo-

tion was made by Buri and second-

ed by Schaefer to approve starting a

cross country team for the fall of

2020. Motion carried. Discussion on

what to do with the parking lots this

summer. Board would like to do the

full lot on the east side and not do it

in phases. We will get quotes to

pave the full lot for the February

meeting. We will have to look at the

track in the future. Principal report:

Mrs. Kranz: We purchased drums

for $4300 with our Music Grant

funds. Grades 4-6th had their

Christmas concert on Monday, De-

cember 16th and several 6th grade

students served hot chocolate and

cookies with free-will donations go-

ing to the Burlington food pantry.

2nd quarter AR parties were held the

week before Christmas break. Stu-

dents named December Star Lakers

for Responsibility (1 per grade)

Brooklyn Q, Claire U., Kinley B.,

Kesley M., Jayden W., Divinity D.,

and Mycah F. Big buddies/little bud-

dies made gingerbread houses. Stu-

dents in grades 4-6 will participate in

the school level Geography Bee on

January 17th. Mr. Brown: Field

trips the junior high took before

Christmas break went well along

with taking the semester exams for

the first time. Started the new 3rd

quarter rotations for junior high. Mr.

Medalen: Semester exams went

well, report cards sent home and

discussed January 15th early out.

We will post the job for Cross Coun-

try coach in staff first and then open

to public if no interest. E-sports has

been building steam with schools

around the state. Update on all

winter sports. Superintendent report:

Discussed enrollment figures, proto-

col on storm days, change in format

of the professional development

days through the REA and February

7th Negotiations Seminar. Mr.

Bachmeier and Brenda Buri will at-

tend. Presented two calendars for

consideration for 2020-2021 school

year. Will decide in February. Put-

ting in more temporary handicap

parking spots for athletic events.

Next meeting, Wednesday February

12th, 2020, 7:00 p.m. in Des Lacs

Board Room. Meeting adjourned

8:00 p.m.

Jody Askvig, Business Manager

Brett Casavant, Board President

(February 19, 2020)

UNITED PUBLIC SCHOOL

DISTRICT NO. 07

Regular School Board Meeting

December 11, 2019

Members present: Brenda Buri,

Josh Sundsbak, Matt Schaefer and

Chad Brown. Brett Casavant was

absent. Also present were Superin-

tendent Christopher Bachmeier,

Business Manager Jody Askvig,

Dean of Students/AD Scott

Medalen, Assistant Elementary Prin-

cipal Kayla Andersen, JH Principal

Josh Brown, Jim Perras, Darren

Fenster, Amy Ralph and Mandy

Smith. Vice President Buri called the

meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Jim

Perras, Consolidated Construction

told the board that our building pro-

ject earned a Gold Award- ABC

Award of Distinction. Discussed last

few items that need to be addressed

with punch list and solutions for

parking lot. A motion was made by

Sundsbak and seconded by

Schaefer to approve and finalize the

new GMP for the building project.

Motion carried. Jim said that CCC

would pay $8150 to cut near the

concrete and to dispose of the ma-

terial to help with parking lot issues.

A motion was made by Sundsbak

and seconded by Schaefer to ap-

prove the minutes of the previous

meeting as presented. Motion car-

ried. A motion was made by

Schaefer and seconded by

Sundsbak to accept the Activity re-

port as of 11-30-19 as presented.

Motion carried. A motion was made

by Brown and seconded by

Schaefer to accept the financial re-

ports from the General fund, the

Building fund and the Hot Lunch

fund as presented. Motion carried.

A motion was made by Schaefer

and seconded by Brown to approve

bills numbered 36490-36501

(17,764.41 for Oct EOM) and

numbers 36502-36569

(104,666.42a0, totaling $122,420.83.

Motion carried. Mandy Smith came

to discuss getting school approval to

start a Trap Shooting Team. Tim

Smith would be the coach. There

would be no cost to the school, team

would travel on their own and prac-

tice twice a week at a gun club that

would host them. Season is April

through June, have a team of 5 sixth

through twelfth graders. May not

have any weapons or ammunition

on school grounds. A motion was

made by Sundsbak and seconded

by Schaefer to agree to starting a

trap shooting team and allowing

them to use our school name. Mo-

tion carried. Principal report: Bur-

lington- Mrs. Andersen presented in-

formation on Music programs, movie

party in November, final day of

Breakfast Buddies with 179 adults

visiting the building to have break-

fast with a student. NDSU Exten-

sion Office spent November 26th do-

ing coding activities with the fourth

and fifth grade students. Preschool

screening was on December 4th.

Mrs. Schiele and her FACS students

spent December 6th interacting with

the elementary students. Teacher

evaluations are almost completed

for teachers that have been in build-

ing three years or less. CPAA test-

ing is being done week of December

9th. Sixth graders are going carol-

ing, to Planet Pizza and skating, De-

cember 13th. Mr. J. Brown: Finish-

ing up teacher evaluations in Des

Lacs. The seventh and eighth

graders will be caroling, going to

Planet Pizza and skating December

13th. Have chosen three students

from the seventh and eighth grades

to attend the Spelling Bee in Minot.

The junior high students are nervous

about taking semester exams for the

first time. Mr. Medalen: Fall Choir

Tea was on November 17th and

Band and Choir concert was on No-

vember 19th. Hannah Bonness or-

ganized a very successful blood

drive on November 25th. Mrs.

Schaefer attended student council

convention with Chloe and Brooklyn.

Next week we will be playing a dou-

ble header for GBB and BBB with

Bottineau. Superintendent Report:

Enrollment figures- 383 in elementa-

ry and 297 in high school. Final tax-

able valuation figures are out. Re-

view audit report for 18-19 school

year. Hired Stacy Hansen in Bur-

lington kitchen. Aesop substitute

system is going well for the district.

Wrestling Boosters would like to put

up a sign for records in the new

gym. Students have been getting

ready for semester exams and

checking the list to see who has

privileges. Next board meeting

Wednesday, January 15, 2020, 7:00

p.m. in Des Lacs. Meeting adjourned

8:15 p.m.

Jody Askvig, Business Manager

Brenda Buri, Board Vice President

(February 19, 2020)

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