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Legal Notices 4-19

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

COUNTY PROJECT

CP-1252(21)

Box Culvert Installation County

Road 12W

WARD COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA

Notice is hereby given that the

County Commissioners of the Coun-

ty of Ward, North Dakota, will re-

ceive sealed bids for the following

project:

CP-1252(21) the installation of a

Box Culvert on County Road 12W,

located West of Minot, beginning 0.8

miles west of the intersection of

County Road 17 and County Road

12W.

Sealed bids will be received at the

office of the Ward County En-

gineer until 2:00 P.M May 11th,

2021 at which time the bids will be

opened online.

All bids must be submitted, and all

work shall be done in full compliance

with the approved plans and specifi-

cations for road and bridge construc-

tion now on file in the Office of the

Ward County Engineer.

Copies of the plans, specifications

and proposal forms may be obtained

at the Ward County Highway

Department, 200 72nd St. SE,

Minot, North Dakota, 58701, upon

receipt of a nonrefundable fee of

$100.00 for each set of documents,

or on QuestCDN (#7728489) to

Qualified Contractors (registered

contractors) with the North Dakota

Department of Transportation.

The work consists of the following

approximate quantities:

CP-1252(21)

REMOVAL OF PIPE CMP (84″)

LF 174

COMMON EXCAVATION – TYPE A

CY 2915

BORROW – EXCAVATION

CY 3170

14FT X 14FT PRECAST RCB CUL-

VERT (INSTALLATION ONLY)

LF 72

14FT X 14FT PRECAST RCB END

SECTIONS (INSTALLATION ONLY)

LS 1

All bids are to be submitted on the

basis of cash payment for the work

and materials, accompanied by a

bidder’s bond in the amount of five

(5) percent of the total bid, executed

by the bidder as principal, and by a

surety company authorized to do

business in the State of North Dako-

ta, as a guarantee that the bidder

will do business in the State of North

Dakota, as a guarantee that the

bidder will enter into a contract for

performance of such work in case

the contract is awarded to him.

All bid security shall comply with

Section 111128 and amendments

thereto of the North Dakota Century

Code. In the event NDCC Section

111128 is deemed not to be applica-

ble as a matter of law, then in the al-

ternative, the Ward County Commis-

sion applies its discretionary power

to apply NDCC Section 111128 and

all bid security shall comply fully.

All bidders must be licensed for the

highest amount of their bids, as pro-

vided by Section 30705 of the North

Dakota Century Code.

The Contractor shall give (10) days

notice prior to starting any construc-

tion work and shall complete the

project no later than September

15th, 2021.

The County Commissioners of Ward

County reserve the right to reject

any or all bids, to waive any irregu-

larities and to hold bids for a period

not to exceed Thirty (30) days from

the date of opening.

(April 19-26, 2021)

INVITATION NO: IFB 21-05

TOTAL CONSTRUCTION

INVITATION TO BID

DEAERATOR REPLACEMENT

Bldg. 6850

Camp Gilbert C. Grafton

Devils Lake, North Dakota

Sealed bids for Deaerator Replace-

ment, Bldg. 6850, Camp Gilbert C.

Grafton, Devils Lake, North Dakota

will be received by the Adjutant Gen-

eral of the State of North Dakota at

Fraine Barracks, Building 30,

Bismarck, North Dakota, until 2:00

PM, April 29, 2021, and will be pub-

licly read that date and hour in the

location designated. All bids re-

ceived after the scheduled opening

time will be returned to the bidders

unopened. The deadline for receipt

of technical questions is no later

than April 22, 2021.

Electronic bidding documents may

be requested. Emails must be ac-

companied by a copy of your current

North Dakota Contractor’s License

or Certificate of Renewal and your

request must be written on business

letterhead. No requests will be ack-

nowledged without receipt of both

documents. Submit request to

ng.nd.ndarng.list.dfe-contract-mana

gement@mail.mil.

Due to COVID 19, the bid opening

will not be open to the public. The

front gate entrance to Fraine Bar-

racks is closed to the general public.

A representative from the Facilities

Engineering Division will be at the

gate from 12:00 p.m. until 1:30 p.m.

CST on April 29, 2021. Bidders may

hand deliver their bids during that

time ONLY. Delivery by courier ser-

vice or U.S. Mail are the preferred

methods for delivery.

Modifications to bids are allowed in

accordance with the instructions in

AGND Document 411, Subpara-

graph 4.4.2. Bid modifications must

be received no later than 2:00 p.m.

CST. Be advised, the receipt of

emails and faxed transmissions

have a delay time due to data secu-

rity restrictions and military firewalls.

Allow adequate time for emailed and

faxed transmissions to travel

through our security system. The

OWNER is not responsible for bid

modifications that arrive later than

2:00 p.m. CST on the day of the bid

opening. Emailed bid modifications

must be submitted to: ng.nd.

ndarng.list.dfe-contract-managemen

t@mail.mil.

To listen to the bid opening, you

may dial in:

701-333-2840

ID No. 32089#

Pin No. 32089#

A single bid will be received for Total

Construction work (IFB 21-05).

IMPORTANT: Davis-Bacon Wage

Rates are required for this project.

OWNER

Office of the Adjutant General

Contract Management Branch

P.O. Box 5511

Bismarck, North Dakota 58506-5511

Telephone: (701) 333-2068

Copies of the bidding documents are

on file at the Construction Plans Ex-

change in Bismarck; Builders Ex-

changes in Dickinson, Fargo, Grand

Forks, Mandan, Minot, Rapid City,

Impact Procurement Technical As-

sistance Center in Fargo, North

Dakota and Minnesota Builders Ex-

change in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Each bid shall be submitted in dupli-

cate using the bid response forms

provided by the Owner, enclosed in

a sealed opaque envelope and la-

beled with the necessary information

as required by the Supplementary

Instructions to Bidders.

Each bid shall be accompanied by a

separate sealed opaque envelope

containing a bidder’s bond made

payable to The Adjutant General,

State of North Dakota, and executed

by the bidder as principle and by a

surety company authorized to con-

duct business in North Dakota, in a

sum equal to five percent (5%) of

the bidder’s highest total bid combi-

nation, including all add alternates to

the bid items; conditioned that if the

bid is accepted and the contract

awarded, the bidder within ten (10)

days after notice of such award, will

effect and execute a contract in ac-

cordance with the terms of his bid

and provide payment and perfor-

mance bonds as required by law

and the regulations and determina-

tions of the Owner. AIA Document

A310, Bid Bond, is provided in the

electronic project manual and should

be used to execute the bid guaran-

tee.

In compliance with Section 43-07-12

of the North Dakota Century Code,

each contractor submitting a bid

must have a copy of their North

Dakota Contractor’s License or certi-

ficate of renewal issued by the

Secretary of State enclosed in the

bid bond envelope; must be licensed

for the highest amount of their total

bid combination including add alter-

nates; and such license must have

been in effect at least ten (10) days

prior to the date of the bid opening.

No bid will be read or considered

which does not fully comply with the

provisions herein as to bid bond and

contractor license, and any deficient

bid submitted will be resealed and

returned to the bidder immediately.

The Owner reserves the right to hold

all legitimate bids for a period of thir-

ty (30) days following the date fixed

for the bid opening. It is the intent of

the Owner to award a contract to the

lowest and best bidder. The Owner

further reserves the right to reject

any and all bids and to waive irregu-

larities, and shall incur no legal liabil-

ity for the State for the payment of

any monies until the contract is

awarded and approved by the prop-

er authorities.

In compliance with Section

48-01.2-10 of the North Dakota Cen-

tury Code, the successful bidder

shall be required to furnish payment

and performance bonds covering the

faithful performance of the Contract

and the payment of all obligations

thereunder, and all additional obliga-

tions required by the laws of the

State of North Dakota. Each bond

shall be in an amount equal to the

full contract sum.

DATED: 5 April 2021

OFFICE OF THE ADJUTANT GEN-

ERAL

Bismarck, North Dakota

By: /s/ JACKIE A. HUBER

Brigadier General, NDNG

Deputy Adjutant General

Contracting Officer

(April 5-12-19, 2021)

LEWIS AND CLARK SCHOOL

DISTRICT #161

BERTHOLD AND NORTH SHORE

PLAZA SCHOOLS

LEWIS AND CLARK SCHOOL

BOARD MEETING

March 10, 2021

The regular meeting of the Lewis

and Clark School Board was called

to order at 7:00 pm in the Berthold

boardroom on Wednesday, March

10, 2021. Board members present

were Erickson, Schilla Engelhard,

Deaver and Schepp. Absent were

Brown and Pank. Also present

were Superintendent Ritteman, Prin-

cipal Lahti, Athletic Director Brown,

Business Managers Liz Huus and

Tammy Lindahl and Hartley’s Bus

representative Chuck Schmidt.

Opening of the bus bids was moved

to the top of the agenda. Mr. Ritte-

man opened two bids, Harley’s

School Buses and Harlow’s. Both

bids were in compliance with the

specs sheets. The option the board

looked at was with air conditioning.

Both bidders had choices here.

Discussion followed. Motion by

Deaver/Schepp to purchases (2)

Blue Bird Vision MFSAB seated 44

passenger buses for $113,285 each

from Hartley’s School Buses. All

yes. MC.

Motion was made by Deaver/

Schepp to approve the agenda. All

yes. MC.

Motion was made by Deaver/Schilla

to approve the minutes of the regu-

lar board meeting February 8, 2021.

All yes. MC.

Motion was made by Schepp/

Deaver to approve the minutes of

the special board meeting February

24, 2021. All yes. MC.

The following general fund bills were

presented:

American Express 1,114.39, Ara-

mark 779.68, B & W Automotive

485.38, Tracie Bloms 27.50, Chris

Brown 345.52, Berthold Activity Ac-

count 330.25, CDW Government

30.30, Farmers Union Oil 4,999.13,

City of Berthold 1,016.80, Dakota

Boys & Girls 9,357.12, Eckroth

Music 35.43, Enerbase 5,304.61,

Farmers Union Lumber Co. 679.25,

Fire Extinguishing 274.85, Flinn

Scientific 75.20, Janis Gerding

163.39, Hartley’s School Buses

262.82, Innovative Office 177.75, In-

formation Technology 212.04,

Kevin’s Plumbing 1,235.76, Lak-

eshore Learning 16.14, Mac’s Appli-

ance 278.87, Mac’s Hardware

21.45, Marketplace Foods 154.27,

Menards 251.21, Montana Dakota

Utilities 6,090.08, ND Center for Dis-

tance Learning 179.00, NDCEL

500.00, NDDTSEA 90.00, NDIT-

EDUTECH 226.00, North Prairie

Rural Water 702.25, Office of State

Auditor 300.00, Otter Tail 7,516.20,

Pearce & Durick 62.50, Plaza

Hardware 112.97, Stacey Ringeon

39.20, Riverside Insights 1,176.47,

Reservation Telephone 1,249.59,

Stein’s 1,606.56, Emily Taylor 50.00,

The Minot Daily News 25.08, USA

Central 90.00, Johnna Varty 59.48,

Verendrye Electric 5,848.00,

Wal-Mart 215.25, Yoder Electric

1,980.00, Xcel Energy 378.81, HA

Thompson 7,745.00, Arnston

Stewart Wegner 14,440.46, PFM

Management 2,500.00, Istation

2,550.00, Moody’s Investment

13,500.00, NDIAAA 175.00, South

Prairie School 100.00, Companion

Life Dental 15.00, The Horace Mann

773.12, BASYS 156.75, The Horace

Mann 10.00, First International Bank

64.00, Total March Payroll-

$480,233.73, Total March General

Fund- $59,640.17, Total March

Building Fund- $7,745.00, Total

March Debt Service- $30,440.46

The board and administration re-

viewed the bills and financial re-

ports. Motion was made by Schepp/

Deaver to accept the general fund

bills and the revenue and expense

reports as presented. All yes. MC.

Motion was made by Engelhard/

Deaver to approve the hot lunch re-

port dated 2-28-2021. All yes. MC.

Motion was made by Schilla/Deaver

to approve the open enrollment

(grandfathered in) for one student to

attend Lewis and Clark-Berthold

from the Stanley District. All yes.

MC.

Motion was made by Deaver/Schilla

to approve the open enrollment for

one student (rest of family already

attends) to attend Lewis and

Clark-NSP from the New Town Dis-

trict. All yes. MC.

Motion was made by Engelhard/

Schilla to approve as 2nd reading

Policy FDH – Students in foster

care. All yes. MC.

Pledges of Securities were re-

viewed. Motion was made by Schil-

la/ Deaver that the Pledges of Secu-

rities were reviewed by the board

and found adequate. All yes. MC.

School Board Election was dis-

cussed. Positions open are those

held by Shane Erickson (old Plaza

District); Denver Deaver (At Large);

and Dan Schilla (Old North Shore).

Motion was made by Schepp/

Deaver for election to be held on

Tuesday, June 8, 2021 from 11:00

am to 7:00 pm. Candidates must file

by 4:00 pm on Monday, April 5,

2021 and sign a financial disclosure

statement. All yes. MC.

Athletic Director Brown gave a short

update on spring sports and uniform

fund fundraiser.

Mr. Ritteman discussed the benefits

of the equipment available through

the Western Corp of Discovery.

Motion was made by Schepp/Schilla

to approve the contract for the years

2021/22 and 2022/23 for $9,000

each year. All yes. MC.

Mr. Ritteman discussed budget

planning involving the proposed leg-

islative cut in transition payments

starting on a seven year schedule

next year. This will impact the dis-

trict in future budgets. He also

shared legislative information and

discussed the possibility of federal

ESSER funds II and III.

Elementary Principal Lahti gave a

principal report for the district.

Motion was made by Deaver/Schilla

for graduation to be set for Sunday,

May 23, 2021 with Berthold at 2:00

pm and NSP at 4:00 pm. All yes.

MC.

Motion was made by

Deaver/Schepp for the Lewis and

Clark School Board to call for sealed

bids for the 4 apartments located at

Lot 7, and the North half of lot 8,

Block 12, Makoti, ND. All yes. MC.

Superintendent Evaluation was con-

ducted at 8:30 pm. Motion by

Deaver/Schepp to approve the Su-

perintendent Evaluation as complet-

ed. All yes. MC.

With no further business the meeting

adjourned with a motion by Deaver

at 8:35 pm.

Liz Huus

Recording Business Manager

(April 19, 2021)

MINUTES OF THE SOUTH

PRAIRIE SCHOOL BOARD OF

EDUCATION

Regular Meeting, South Prairie

School, HS Staff Workroom March

9, 2021.

1. Call Meeting to Order

Vice President Sheila Lindbo called

the meeting to order at 5:38 p.m.

Other members present; Chad

Mosser, Steve Eberle and Curt Ol-

son. Also, present, Wayne Stanley,

Superintendent, Principal Darwin

Routledge, Principal Delwyn Gron-

inger, and Business Manager Barb

Magnuson and guest Brian Korgel

2. Consent Agenda

2.1 Approve Agenda (order and/or

delete of items)

2.2 Approve Meeting Minutes

(2/9/21)

2.3 Pay Bills/Pay Warrants (See en-

closed Warrant List)

Motion by Olson, seconded by

Eberle to approve the consent agen-

da. Carried unanimously.

3. Communications/Correspondence

4. Reports

Business Manager’s Report – Ms.

Magnuson

Excise tax (federal fuel tax) credit for

2020 fuel gallons was applied for

($4,277.53). Reminder that the

statement of intent and candidacy

needs to be in my office by April 5th

for those that wish to run for board

seats. Mr. Stanley applied for our

SRSA grant of $10,741. We are

starting on the budget for

2021-2022. ESSER II grant dollars

have not yet been released. ESSER

III grant dollars are part of the new

relief package. Once passed we will

get information regarding those

funds.

Principal’s Report

Mr. Groninger: School pictures next

week. Looking at a new reading pro-

gram. We should have the program

decided by next month. The 5th

grade classes will be participating in

the Star Base program at the Minot

Air Force Base.

Mr. Routledge: Maps testing current-

ly, scores are looking good so far.

We are testing a bit earlier this year.

Statistics showing that distance

learning is not the greatest option for

our students’ education. Schedules

are getting set for next year.

Academic Olympics will be held

here March 24th.

Superintendent’s Report – Mr. Stan-

ley: Enrollment remains steady.

Finalizing spring conferences. The

Plasma cutter should be here by the

end of the month.

5. Public Comment-none

6. Old Business

Discussion was had regarding

preschool and kindergarten enroll-

ment. Both are at about our max-

imum capacity. Also discussed,

foundation options, parking signs

and Royal’s logo. These items will

be included in old business moving

forward until resolved.

7. New Business.

7.1 Open Enrollment/Tuition

waivers: Motion to approve by

Eberle seconded by Olson to ap-

prove or reject the waivers per the

recommendation of the administra-

tion. Approved unanimously.

7.2 Spring Activity Contracts: Motion

to approve the contracts by Mosser,

seconded by Eberle. Carried unani-

mously.

7.3 Business Manager Evaluation:

Tabled until next month.

7.4 Superintendent Evaluation: Lind-

bo and Mosser met with Mr. Stanley

to review the evaluation. Discussion

was had. Motion to approve the by

Mosser, seconded by Olson. Carried

unanimously.

7.5 Afton School 30th Ave Property:

Discussion was had to release the

property where the former Frost

school was located to Afton Town-

ship. The property should have been

deeded to the Township. A quit

claim deed will resolve this for the

Township. Motion to claim the pro-

perty for SP Schools and release the

property via quit claim deed to Afton

Township by Olson, seconded by

Mosser. Carried unanimously.

7.6 Resignation: Ms. Duletski has

submitted her letter of resignation.

Also, reduction in force contracts for

the teaching staff that added class

periods this year. Motion to accept

by Mosser seconded by Eberle. Car-

ried unanimously.

7.7 Parking: Discussion was had

about parking along the school

building. Posting the area as ‘no

parking’ needs to be addressed.

8. Information/Discussion

8.1 Enrollment Update: Discussed in

Superintendent’s report.

8.2 School Foundation: Discussed in

Superintendent’s report.

Motion to adjourn by Eberle,

seconded by Mosser.

Meeting adjourned at 7:02 p.m

Randy Korslien, President

Barb Magnuson, Business Manager

(April 19, 2021)

Nedrose School Board Minutes

March 24, 2021 5:30 P.M.

The Nedrose School Board Meeting

was called to order by President Jim

Vannett. Members present; Jim

Vannett, Holly Brekhus, Robert

Kraus, Todd Awalt, and Chris Sut-

ton. Also present was Matt Norby,

Administrator, Chelsey Raymond,

High School Principal, Alex

Schmaltz, Elementary Principal and

Connie Marcellais, Business

Manager, and Lisa Bahm, Teacher

Representative.

Motion made by Chris Sutton and

seconded by Holly Brekhusto ap-

prove the agenda. Motion carried

unanimously.

Cardinal Kudos Certificates were

presented the ACT Prep Group –

Kelsey Howard, Diana Fliginger, and

Taren Braunberger. The Nedrose

school board would like to recognize

you for the work you did preparing

our students for ACT testing. Your

efforts are above and beyond, and

we appreciate the time you gave to

help our students succeed. Thank

you for your dedication to Nedrose

students!

SEL (Social Emotional Learning)

Presentation given by Ryan Kos-

telecky and Megan Foley.

Motion made by Holly Brekhus and

seconded byChris Sutton to approve

the minutes of the February 17,

2021 regular meeting. Motion car-

ried unanimously.

Motion made by Holly Brekhus and

seconded by Chris Sutton to ap-

prove the minutes of the March 3,

2021 special meeting. Motion car-

ried unanimously.

Robert Kraus moved and seconded

by Jim Vannett to approve the

Financial balances as of February

28, 2021 as presented; checkbook,

$3,329,523.36; MM Savings,

1,232,446.68.

Motion made Holly Brekhus and

seconded by Robert Krausto ap-

prove the bills in the amount of

$636,981.50 using check numbers

56659 – 56660, 56735 – 56759 and

56769- 56830. Motion carried

unanimously.

Administrative reports were re-

viewed.

Motion made by Jim Vannett and

seconded by Robert Kraus to ap-

prove the second reading of policy

GCBA – Grading, as written. Motion

carried unanimously.

Motion made by Jim Vannett and

seconded by Robert Kraus to reaf-

firm policies: BC – Meeting of the

board, BDAA – Contracts Super-

sede Policy and Regulations, BDAB

– Savings Clause, BDBB – Retain-

ing an Attorney, BBA – School

Board Elections & Terms of Office,

BAB – Board Conflict of Interest,

ACF – Whistleblower Protections

Policy: Prohibition Against Retalia-

tion, ABCA – Copyright Material &

Intellectual Property, ACEB – Haz-

ing, ACBC – Use of Animals in Dis-

trict Schools & in Curricular Pro-

grams, ABBDA – Political Activities,

ABBF – Ticket Sales for Accessible

Seating. On roll call vote motion

carried unanimously.

Mr. Norby gave an update on tuition

waivers and open enrollment. Mo-

tion made by Robert Kraus and

seconded by Holly Brekhus to ap-

prove nineteen open enrollment ap-

plications into the district as the ap-

plications met district criteria. Mo-

tion carried unanimously.

Superintendent Evaluation was re-

viewed with an overall determination

of satisfactory.

Souris Valley Speech and Language

Pathologist’s Contract for 2021-2022

school year reviewed. Motion made

by Chris Sutton and seconded by

Robert Kraus to approve the Souris

Valley Contract. Motion carried

unanimously.

Motion made by Robert Kraus and

seconded by Todd Awalt to approve

the Extra-Curricular Contact with

Alex Schmaltz for the position of As-

sistant Track Coach for the

2020-2021 school year. Motion car-

ried unanimously.

Bus Bids were opened and re-

viewed. Motion made by Holly

Brekhus and seconded by Chris Sut-

ton to approve the bid from Hartley’s

School Busses Inc. in the amount of

89,626.00. Motion carried unani-

mously.

Next regular scheduled board meet-

ing will be Wednesday, April 14,

2021 at 5:30 p.m.

Meeting adjourned.

Respectfully Submitted,

Connie Marcellais

Bs. Mgr.

Jim Vannett

Bd. President

(April 19, 2021)

NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE

Civil No. 51-2019-CV-01482

IN DISTRICT COURT, WARD

COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA

WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A.,

Plaintiff,

vs.

DANNY A. CLEMENTICH, et al,

Defendants.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that

by virtue of a judgment and decree

of foreclosure rendered and given in

the District Court in and for the

County of Ward, North Dakota,

North Central Judicial District, en-

tered and docketed in the Office of

the Clerk of said Court on December

09, 2019, in Ward County civil case

number 51-2019-CV-01482; on

which day it was adjudged that there

was due and owing the Plaintiff from

the Defendant, Danny A. Clemen-

tich, a single person, together with

costs and disbursements of said ac-

tion, the sum of $149,199.14, and by

virtue of a Special execution issued

to me by the Clerk of said Court, I

will sell the real property described

in said judgment and hereafter

described to the highest bidder for

cash at public auction at the front

door of the Ward County Court-

house, North Dakota, on June 9,

2021, at the hour of 10:00 AM (CT)

of that day to satisfy the amount

due with accrued costs and interest

at the date of sale, or so much

thereof as the proceeds of said sale

applicable thereto will satisfy.

The premises to be sold as afore-

said are situated in the County of

Ward, State of North Dakota, and

are more particularly described as

follows:

LOT 11, BLOCK 5, KEYES

AMENDED PLAT OF THE SE1/4

SE1/4 OF SECTION 20, TOWN-

SHIP 155 NORTH, RANGE 82

WEST OF THE 5TH P.M., MINOT,

WARD COUNTY, NORTH DAKO-

TA.

Property Address: 1019 SE 39th

St., Minot, ND 58701

(Street Address: 1019 39th St. Se,

Minot, ND 58701)

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have

hereunto set my hand and seal the

13th day of April, 2021.

For: Robert Roed

Sheriff of Ward County, North Dako-

ta

/s/Jamie Williams

Deputy Sheriff

Janelle G. Ewing

THE SAYER LAW GROUP, P.C.

Attorneys for Plaintiff

925 E. 4th St.

Waterloo, IA 50703

(319) 234-2530

Attorney ID No.: 08611

generalupdates@sayerlaw.com

File No. ND190011-1

(April 19-26; May 3, 2021)

NOTICE OF PETITION FOR NAME

CHANGE

IN DISTRICT COURT, WARD

COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA

In the Matter of the Petition for

Name Change of Dorothy Appiah

Berko.

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Peti-

tion in the above-entitled matter will

be filed with the Clerk of District

Court for Ward County, North Dako-

ta, requesting an Order changing the

name of Dorothy Appiah Berko

(current full, legal name) to Dorothy

Danso (requested full, legal name).

Pursuant to N.D.C.C. 32-28-02, thir-

ty days previous notice of the in-

tended application must be given in

the official newspaper printed in this

county. You are hereby notified that

thirty days after publication, peti-

tioner intends to file a petition re-

questing entry of the Court’s Order

changing the name of Dorothy Appi-

ah Berko (current full, legal name) to

Dorothy Danso (requested full, legal

name). 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 1st day of April, 2021.

/s/ Dorothy Appiah Berko

Dorothy Appiah Berko

625 10th Street NE

Minot, ND 58703

(April 19, 2021)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

51-2021-PR-00069

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF

WARD COUNTY, STATE OF

NORTH DAKOTA

IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE

OF CHRISTOPHER J. HERINGER,

A/K/A CHRIS HERINGER,

DECEASED.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the undersigned has been appointed

Personal Representative of the

above estate. All persons having

claims against the deceased are re-

quired to present their claims within

three months after the date of the

first publication of this notice or said

claims will be forever barred.

Claims must be presented to Tyler

Heringer, in care of Thomas Law

Firm, 114 South Main Street, P.O.

Box 2298, Minot, North Dakota

58702, or filed with the Court.

/s/Tyler Heringer

Tyler Heringer

c/o THOMAS LAW FIRM

114 South Main Street

P.O. Box 2298

Minot, North Dakota 58702

(April 12-19-26, 2021)

Sawyer City Council Meeting

Monday March 1st, 2021 7:00pm

Present: Mayor Reamman, Council

members Darkow, Dynes, Beeter,

Hoff, Visitors: Mike Popham, Pat &

Andy Weigel, Robyn Lenton, Tyler

Long, Staff: Yarbrough & Schmidt

Call to Order at 7:00pm

Visitor Issues: Motion to approve

permit for Roughrider Poker

Tournament-MB, 2nd-ED, MC

Sewer line repairs in Fire Hall

Account 269 new meter charge

Old Business- Motion to approve as

written Service Pipes Specification

Ordinance change –MB, 2nd-AH,

MC

Motion to approve as written–Rates

& Charges Ordinance change-

-ED,2nd MB, MC

Minutes, Expenditures, Financial

Reports AH points out a typo. Mo-

tion to Approve -KD, 2nd- MB, MC.

Small Claims case

Flooded shed on Central Ave

New Business- Notice to Landlords

Motion to go forward with Adoption

of ND Building Code-MB, 2nd-ED,

MC.

Auditor Updates- Water Shut-offs

currently have 5.

Curb stop Trailer #6

42 1st ST SE

Other Items

7 1st St NW.

Motion to Adjourn-MB, 2nd-AH, MC

Adjourn at 8:08 pm

Monthly expenditures: Circle

2627.95, Menards 130.53, NPRWD

3589.50, MDN 151.33, A-1 Evans

144.00, 3D Specialties 20.79, Dako-

ta Fire Ext 120.487, Ottertail

1745.53, RDFC 4991.48, NDLOC

60.00, Enerbase 603.50, BSC

200.00, VEC 14.00, ABM 121.47,

SRT 221.42, FDHU 25.00, Fed

Deposit 2101.36, Quickbooks 70.00,

USBank 533.74, Payroll 4559.93

(April 19, 2021)

SELF STORAGE LIEN AUCTION

KO Storage of Minot

3500 N Broadway

Minot, ND 58703

(952) 314-7121

Auction Start Time: 04/19/2021 at

12:00 pm

Auction End Time: 04/27/2021 at

12:00 pm

Location of Auction:

www.storagetreasures.com

11 SEPARATE LIEN SALES TO

HIGHEST BIDDER FOR EACH

UNIT. OWNER HAS THE RIGHT

TO NOT ACCEPT BID PRICE.

UNITS:

A12 Dawn Marie Johnson: clothes,

furniture.

B03 Kenrick Mcclain: file cabinet

drawers, binders, boxes.

505 Dawn Marie Johnson: tools, fon-

due fountain, purses, pots.

230 Gerry Jones: guitar case,

speakers, cooler, end tables.

531 Dejan Kulseth: couch, dog ken-

nel, dresser.

210 Sarah Oliver: chairs, crib, weed

eater.

301 Mario Butler: bar stools, lug-

gage, coat rack.

246 Travis Kary: fridge, wagon,

shelving.

249 Travis Kary: golf clubs, hockey

net, coffee table, lawn chairs.

429 Devin King: desk, military uni-

forms, shoes.

542 Susan Bercier: grill, couch,

kennel.

(April 12-19, 2021)

MDN0037272

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