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Legal Notices 5-17

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

Project: International Peace Gar-

dens – Campus Upgrades

Bid Pack #1 Vitko Conservatory

Expansion

10939 US-281

Dunseith, ND

Bid Date, Time, & Location: Tues-

day, June 8, 2021 @ 2:00 PM CDT

(Public Opening)

Construction Engineers

ATTN: Lance Monson

200 North 69th Street,

Grand Forks, ND 58203

The International Peace Gardens is

seeking bids for Bid Pack #1 of the

Vitko Conservatory expansion as

part of the larger Campus Upgrades

project. Bid Pack #1 includes tree

clearing and protection, grading/site

work, concrete piles, foundations,

and utilities.

Bockstael Construction Limited of

Winnipeg, Manitoba has partnered

with Construction Engineers of

Grand Forks, North Dakota and will

each be accepting bids from both

Canada and the United States

respectively for all trades.

The Peace Garden sits on the bord-

er of Canada and the United States

and you will enter through your

respective port of entry. Because

you will depart through customs you

will need a Passport or

government-issued ID with copy of

birth certificate. More information

can be found at. https://peace

garden.com/discover#preparevisit

Construction Engineers is soliciting

competitive “Lump Sum Bids” for All

Contract Categories.

A Pre-bid Meeting will take place

May 25, 2021 at 10:30 AM. Atten-

dees will meet in the main atrium of

the Conservatory and Interpretive

Center located at 10939 US-281,

Dunseith, ND 58329. It is

non-mandatory and optional for all

bidders.

Bidding Documents

Digital project bidding documents

will be available for download on

Monday April 26th, 2021. Email

TinaH@ConstructionEngineers.com

for instructions on how to download

a set of bid documents (include the

project name in the subject line).

You must provide a monitored email

address upon request for bid docu-

ments.

An optional paper set of project do-

cuments is also available for a non-

refundable price of $150 per set.

Please make your check payable to

Construction Engineers Inc. and

send it to Construction Engineers,

PO Box 13378, Grand Forks, ND

58208-3378. Contact Construction

Engineers at 701-792-3200 if you

have any questions.

(May 17-24; June 1, 2021)

INVITATION TO BID

WILLISTON RAMADA HOTEL

SIDING REMEDIATION

WILLISTON, ND

Notice to Bidders: Qualified bidders

are invited to submit bids for the

Williston Ramada Hotel Siding

Remediation project until:

2:00 PM Central Time, Tuesday,

June 1, 2021

at the office of Ackerman-Estvold

1907 17th Street SE

Minot, North Dakota

at which time and place the bids will

be privately opened.

Project Description: Project consist

of removal and replacement of

modular unit strapping, banding, sid-

ing and trim.

Construction Contracts: Bids will be

received for the following work: Gen-

eral Contract (all trades).

Online Procurement and Contracting

Documents: Qualified Bidders may

obtain access after Monday, May

10, 2021 by contacting Paul Kramer,

Ackerman-Estvold Engineering &

Management Consulting, Inc. by

phone at 701-857-9135 and re-

questing a link providing access to

the bidding documents.

Bid security shall be submitted with

each bid in the amount of five per-

cent (5%) of the bid amount. No

bids may be withdrawn for a period

of (30) thirty days after opening of

bids. Owner reserves the right to re-

ject any and all bids and to waive in-

formalities and irregularities.

Bidders Qualifications: Bidders must

be prequalified by Owner. Bidders

must be properly licensed under the

laws governing their respective

trades and be able to obtain in-

surance and bonds required for the

Work. Payment Bond, Performance

Bond, Insurance Coverages and

other requirements stipulated in the

bidding documents. Bidders must

provide a loss run report regarding

its insurance policies for the last five

years, which includes information

satisfactory to the owner, including

without limitation the following: name

of the insured(s); policy number;

date of claim; reported date; expla-

nation of the loss; claim status (e.g.,

denied, unresolved, open, closed).

Bidders must identify any and all

lawsuits in which they were named

as a party within the last five years.

A Pre-Bid Conference for all bidders

will be held on site at the project lo-

cation, Ramada Williston Airport

XWA; 5813 Jefferson Lane, Willis-

ton, ND at 10:00 am local/Central

time on Thursday, May 20th, 2021.

Prospective bidders are requested

to attend and shall notify the Archi-

tect a minimum of 24 hours prior of

those who will be in attendance.

Jerry Jacobson, General Manager

Bakken NS 58th Street LLC

(May 10-17-24, 2021)

LEWIS AND CLARK SCHOOL

DISTRICT #161

Berthold and North Shore Plaza

Schools – Building Authority

Minutes – April 12, 2021

President Erickson called to order

the special meeting of the Lewis and

Clark Building Authority at 8:50 pm

in the NSP board212room. All board

members were present. Also

present were Superintendent Ritte-

man, and Business Managers Liz

Huus and Tammy Lindahl.

Motion was made by Brown/Deaver

to extend the grounds lease on the

reference bond for the year July 1,

2021 to June, 30, 2022. All yes.

MC.

With no further business the meeting

adjourned at 8:55 pm

Liz Huus,

Recording Business Manager

Shane Erickson,

Board President

(May 17, 2021)

LEWIS AND CLARK SCHOOL

DISTRICT #161

Berthold and North Shore Plaza

Schools – Lewis and Clark School

Board Meeting – April 12, 2021

The regular meeting of the Lewis

and Clark School Board was called

to order at 7:00 pm in the NPS

boardroom. Board members present

were Erickson, Schilla Engelhard,

Deaver, Schepp, Brown and Pank.

Also present were Superintendent

Ritteman, Principal Gerding, Busi-

ness Managers Liz Huus and Tam-

my Lindahl.

Motion was made by Schilla/Pank to

approve the agenda with the addi-

tion of four items. All yes. MC.

Motion was made by Deaver/

Schepp to approve the minutes of

the March 10, 2021 regular board

meeting. All yes. MC.

The following general fund bills were

presented:

Act Finance 340.00, All In Builders

2,430.00, American Express

1,372.73, Aramark 779.68, All Amer-

ican Trophies 146.00, American

Welding & Gas 1,547.96, Bank of

ND 168,064.40, Chris Brown 472.58,

Chasing Abundant Life 328.00,

Farmers Union Oil 6,067.11, City of

Berthold 1040.40, Dakota College @

Bottineau 274.00, Dick Blick 58.45,

Dakota Boys and Girls 8,443.80,

Eckroth Music 29.25, Enerbase

4,879.56, Gaffaney’s 2,068.80, Janis

Gerding 85.59, Harlow’s Bus Sales

112.77, Information Technology

212.04, Innovative Office 4.53, JW

Pepper 904.89, Kevin’s Plumbing

568.00, Mac’s Hardware 13.39, Me-

nards 294.16, Montana Dakota

4,035.94, NAPA Auto Parts 180.55,

NDIT-EDUTECH 140.00, North

Prairie Water 589.51, Nasco 174.58,

Otter Tail 6,359.38, Peggy Person

51.90, Plaza Hardware 141.18,

Popplers 68.85, Ramada 160.20,

Reservation Telephone 714.05,

Sanford Health 90.00, SP & E Incor-

porated 420.00, School Specialty

389.31, Share Corporation 211.61,

Stein’s 2,349.76, Emily Taylor

100.00, TCI 22.00, The Minot Daily

News 160.36, USA Central Station

60.00, Verendrye Electric 5,675.00,

Wal-Mart 5.44, xcel Energy 226.21,

Rough Rider Industries 1,515.00,

Plaza Postmaster 100.00, Johnna

Varty 278.46, Jim Pearson 94.08,

Companion Life Dental 15.00, The

Horace Mann 773.12, BASYS 85.39,

The Horace Mann 10.00, First Inter-

national 63.90, Total April Payroll –

$433,873.15, Total April General

Fund – $225,798.87

The board and administration re-

viewed the bills and financial re-

ports. Motion was made by Pank/

Brown to accept the general fund

bills and the revenue and expense

reports as presented. All yes. MC.

Motion was made by Brown/Schilla

to approve the hot lunch report dat-

ed 3-31-2021 All yes. MC.

School Board Election was dis-

cussed. Motion by Schepp/Brown for

school board election to be held at

Berthold and Plaza High Schools

from 11:00-7:00 pm on Tuesday,

June 8, 2021. Filing for the posi-

tions are: Old Plaza -incumbent

Shane Erickson and new filer Eric

Braaflat; Old North Shore – incum-

bent Dan Schilla; At Large – incum-

bent Denver Deaver and new filer

Adam Lee. Also the question of pub-

lishing the minutes will be on the

ballot. All yes. MC.

A report from the Athletic Director

showing participation numbers in

spring sports was reviewed by the

board.

Mr. Ritteman discussed his testifying

at the state legislature regarding the

funding bill for schools. He made the

case for the 4-5 schools in the state

that are affected negatively by the

cut in transition payments. He gave

update on the ESSER funds.

Mr. Ritteman discussed the calen-

dar for 2021-22. He proposed to add

eight early out days to the calendar.

Motion by Schilla/Brown to add the

eight early out days to the Lewis and

Clark District calendar previously ap-

proved on 2-8-2021. All yes. MC.

Motion by Deaver/Schilla to hire Lin-

da Biggs for Lewis and Clark-NSP

Social Studies teacher for 2021-22.

All yes. MC.

Mr. Ritteman discussed possibly

purchasing a new route bus for

21-22 school year. Board consensus

to call for bids.

Mr. Ritteman discussed our open

enrollment policy. He will present a

new policy next month.

NSP Elementary Career Fair Day

was discussed. Motin by Schepp/

Pank to approve the Career Fair

Day this spring with most of the

presenters outside the building. All

yes. MC.

Mr. Ritteman discussed the library in

NSP. The classroom space will be

needed next year for pre-school.

So books will be dispersed to class-

rooms, donated to community, etc.

Board had no objection to this deci-

sion.

High School Principal Gerding gave

a principals report.

Motion was made by Brown/Schilla

to accept the resignation of Matt

Eraas, Lewis and Clark-NSP Physi-

cal Education teacher effective the

end of school year 20/21. All yes.

MC.

Motion was made by Deaver/

Schepp to accept the resignation of

Traci Bloms, Lewis and Clark- Bert-

hold 5th grade teacher. All yes. MC

Sealed bids for the Makoti apart-

ments were now opened. Only one

bid was received. Motion was made

by Pank/Schilla to accept the bid of

$1,000 from Christopher Huus to

purchase the four apartments on

and including Lot 7 and north half of

lot 8, block 12, Makoti, ND effective

6-1-2021. All yes. MC.

President Erickson gave an update

on negotiations. Waiting on BC/BS

insurance premiums.

Board discussed the problems with

a large size classroom in the ele-

mentary grades. It is difficult to ac-

commodate all students and a hard

decision to split the class. Mr. Ritte-

man will do some work with as-

sessing the MAPS test scores.

With no further business the meeting

adjourned with a motion by Schepp.

Liz Huus,

Recording Business Manager

Shane Erickson,

Board President

(May 17, 2021)

NOTICE OF PETITION FOR NAME

CHANGE OF MINOR CHILD

IN DISTRICT COURT, COUNTY OF

WARD, STATE OF NORTH

DAKOTA

NAME CHANGE OF R. K.

WATSON, A MINOR CHILD

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Peti-

tion for Name Change of Minor Child

(“Petition”) will be filed by James Ol-

son with the Clerk of District Court

for Ward County, North Dakota, for

the purpose of seeking an Order for

Name Change of his maternal

grandchild, R.K. “Watson,” to R.K.

“Olson.” R.K. Watson is the child of

Chrystanza Walsh-Olson of Ward

County, ND, and Adam Watson of

Big Horn County, Montana.

Pursuant to N.D.C.C. 32-28-02, no-

tice of the intended Petition must be

published in the official newspaper

of the county in which the minor re-

sides and the official newspaper of

the county in which each of the

minor’s parents reside. You are

hereby notified that thirty (30) days

after publication of this notice, the

Petition will be filed.

Any objections to the proposed

name change must be given in writ-

ing to the address below within thirty

(30) days of this publication. Any ob-

jection received by the undersigned

will be filed with the Clerk of District

Court for Ward County. If no objec-

tions are received, the Court may

respond to the Petition without furth-

er hearing.

DATED this 13th day of May, 2021.

/s/Aften M. Grant

Aften M. Grant (ND ID #07388)

McGee, Hankla & Backes, P.C.

2400 E. Burdick Expressway

Suite 100

P.O. Box 998

Minot, ND 58702-0998

Phone: (701) 852-2544

Fax: (701) 838-4724

E-Mail: agrant@mcgeelaw.com

Attorney for Petitioner

(May 17, 2021)

NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE SALE

CIVIL NUMBER: 51-2020-CV-00336

IN THE STATE OF NORTH

DAKOTA, COUNTY OF WARD

IN THE DISTRICT COURT, NORTH

CENTRAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT

U.S. Bank National Association,

Plaintiff,

v.

Gregory P. Prellwitz, State of North

Dakota acting by and through the

Department of Human Services; any

person in possession, and all per-

sons unknown, claiming any estate

or interest in, or lien or encumbrance

upon, the real estate described in

the complaint,

Defendants.

Judgment in the amount of

$149,586.35, 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 March 10,

2021, for the foreclosure of a real

estate mortgage. Notice is hereby

given pursuant to said Judgment

that the real property described as:

Lot 5, Block 9. Blaisdell-Bird Ad-

dition to the City of Minot, Ward

County, North Dakota

Real Property address: 517 17th

Street NW, Minot, ND 58703

The above real property is the sub-

ject of the Mortgage dated August

15, 2012, which Mortgagor, Gregory

P. Prellwitz, executed and delivered

to Mortgage Electronic Registration

Systems, Inc., as mortgagee, as

nominee for U.S. Bank N.A., its suc-

cessors and assigns, and recorded

in the office of the Clerk and Record-

er of Ward County, North Dakota, on

August 16, 2012, Instrument

Number 2945052, which is subject

to the entered Judgment. Said Mort-

gage was assigned to Plaintiff, its

successors or assigns, by Assign-

ment of Mortgage recorded August

28, 2017, Instrument Number

3011461. In order to realize the

amount of $149,586.35, as of March

10, 2021, plus interest accruing

thereafter on said amount at the rate

of 3.25% per year together with the

costs and expenses of sale, the pro-

perty will be sold subject to redemp-

tion as provided by law as one par-

cel of land at public auction, subject

to any lien for unpaid real estate

taxes and assessments of Ward

County, North Dakota, and ease-

ments 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 Court-

house located at 315 SE 3rd Street,

Minot, North Dakota 58701, on June

9, 2021 (“Sale Date”), at 10:00 AM.

If the sale is set aside for reason, the

Purchaser at the sale shall be enti-

tled only to a return of the deposit

paid. The purchaser shall have no

further recourse against the Mort-

gagor, the Mortgagee or the

Mortgagee’s attorney.

DATED this 27th day of April, 2021.

SHERIFF OF WARD COUNTY

/s/Robert Reed

Deputy Sheriff of Ward County

Halliday, Watkins & Mann, P.C.

/s/ Scott S. Skeen

Attorneys for Plaintiff

376 East 400 South, Suite 300

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

801-355-2886

Email: scott@hwmlawfirm.com

ND Bar No.: 09334

(May 3-10-17, 2021)

NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE SALE

CIVIL NUMBER: 51-2019-CV-00131

IN THE STATE OF NORTH

DAKOTA, COUNTY OF WARD

IN THE DISTRICT COURT, NORTH

CENTRAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT

Lakeview Loan Servicing, LLC,

Plaintiff,

v.

Ann K. Wullweber and Kirk A

Wullweber and EBF Partners, LLC

d/b/a Everest Business Funding and

PowerUp Lending Group, Ltd; and

all persons unknown, claiming any

estate or interest in, or lien or en-

cumbrance upon, the real estate

described in the complaint,

Defendants.

Judgment in the amount of

$241,351.71, 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 March 19,

2021, for the foreclosure of a real

estate mortgage. Notice is hereby

given pursuant to said Judgment

that the real property described as:

Lot 17B, Lakeside 18th Addition

to the City of Minot, Ward County,

North Dakota

Real Property address: 2324 14th

St. NW, Minot, ND 58703

The above real property is the sub-

ject of the Mortgage dated De-

cember 27, 2012, which Mortgagors,

Ann K. Wullweber and Kirk A.

Wullweber, executed and delivered

to Mortgage Electronic Registration

Systems, Inc., as mortgagee, as

nominee for Flagstar Bank, FSB, a

Federally Chartered Savings Bank,

its successors and assigns .and

recorded in the office of the Clerk

and Recorder of Ward County, North

Dakota, on December 31, 2012, In-

strument Number 2951744, which is

subject to the entered Judgment.

Said Mortgage was assigned to

Plaintiff, its successors or assigns,

by Assignment of Mortgage record-

ed September 24, 2018, Instrument

Number 3022010. In order to realize

the amount of $241,351.71, as of

March 19, 2021, plus interest accru-

ing thereafter on said amount at the

rate of 3.207% per year together

with the costs and expenses of sale,

the property will be sold subject to

redemption as provided by law as

one parcel of land at public auction,

subject to any 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 June 16, 2021 (“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 27th day of April, 2021.

SHERIFF OF WARD COUNTY

/s/Robert Reed

Deputy Sheriff of Ward County

Halliday, Watkins & Mann, P.C.

/s/ Scott S. Skeen

Attorneys for Plaintiff

376 East 400 South, Suite 300

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

801-355-2886

Email: scott@hwmlawfirm.com

ND Bar No.: 09334

(May 3-10-17, 2021)

NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE SALE

CIVIL NUMBER: 51-2020-CV-01748

IN THE STATE OF NORTH

DAKOTA, COUNTY OF WARD

IN THE DISTRICT COURT, NORTH

CENTRAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT

PennyMac Loan Services, LLC,

Plaintiff,

v.

Shawn J. Frost; any person in pos-

session, and all persons unknown,

claiming any estate or interest in, or

lien or encumbrance upon, the real

estate described in the complaint,

Defendants.

Judgment in the amount of

$277,685.07, 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 March 24,

2021, for the foreclosure of a real

estate mortgage. Notice is hereby

given pursuant to said Judgment

that the real property described as:

Lot 15, Block 1, Terrace Heights

Addition to the City of Minot,

Ward County, North Dakota

Real Property address: 1716 Ter-

race Drive, Minot, ND 58703

The above real property is the sub-

ject of the Mortgage dated August 9,

2013, which Mortgagor, Shawn J.

Frost, executed and delivered to

Mortgage Electronic Registration

Systems, Inc. as nominee for Prem-

ier Mortgage Corp., its successors

and assigns, and recorded in the of-

fice of the Clerk and Recorder of

Ward County, North Dakota, on Au-

gust 12, 2013, Instrument Number

2962061, which is subject to the en-

tered Judgment. Said Mortgage

was assigned to Plaintiff, its succes-

sors or assigns, by Assignment of

Mortgage recorded April 22, 2020,

Instrument Number 3038174. In ord-

er to realize the amount of

$277,685.07, as of March 24, 2021,

plus interest accruing thereafter on

said amount at the rate of 3.75% per

year together with the costs and ex-

penses of sale, the property will be

sold subject to redemption as pro-

vided by law as one parcel of land at

public auction, subject to any lien for

unpaid real estate taxes and assess-

ments of Ward County, North Dako-

ta, and easements and restrictions

of record, to the highest bidder for

cash under the direction of the Sher-

iff 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 June 9, 2021 (“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 re-

turn of the deposit paid. The pur-

chaser shall have no further

recourse against the Mortgagor, the

Mortgagee or the Mortgagee’s attor-

ney.

DATED this 27th day of April, 2021.

SHERIFF OF WARD COUNTY

/s/Robert Reed

Deputy Sheriff of Ward County

Halliday, Watkins & Mann, P.C.

/s/ Scott S. Skeen

Attorneys for Plaintiff

376 East 400 South, Suite 300

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

801-355-2886

Email: scott@hwmlawfirm.com

ND Bar No.: 09334

(May 3-10-17, 2021)

NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE SALE

CIVIL NUMBER: 51-2020-CV-01592

IN THE STATE OF NORTH

DAKOTA, COUNTY OF WARD

IN THE DISTRICT COURT, NORTH

CENTRAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT

Planet Home Lending, LLC,

Plaintiff,

v.

Genevieve T. Bowlby; 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

$175,727.10, 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 March 24,

2021, for the foreclosure of a real

estate mortgage. Notice is hereby

given pursuant to said Judgment

that the real property described as:

South 70 feet of the E 1/2 of Lot 5,

Block 1, Home Acres Addition to

the City of Minot, Ward County,

North Dakota

Real Property address: 1636 2nd

Street SE, Minot, ND 58701

The above real property is the sub-

ject of the Mortgage dated October

5, 2012, which Mortgagor,

Genevieve T. Bowlby, executed and

delivered to Mortgage Electronic

Registration Systems, Inc., as mort-

gagee, as nominee for Premier

Mortgage Corp., its successors and

assigns, and recorded in the office

of the Clerk and Recorder of Ward

County, North Dakota, on October 8,

2012, Instrument Number 2947518,

which is subject to the entered Judg-

ment. Said Mortgage was assigned

to Plaintiff, its successors or as-

signs, by Assignment of Mortgage

recorded August 10, 2020, Instru-

ment Number 3042012. In order to

realize the amount of $175,727.10,

as of March 24, 2021, plus interest

accruing thereafter on said amount

at the rate of 3.25% per year togeth-

er with the costs and expenses of

sale, the property will be sold sub-

ject to redemption as provided by

law as one parcel of land at public

auction, subject to any lien for un-

paid real estate taxes and assess-

ments of Ward County, North Dako-

ta, and easements and restrictions

of record, to the highest bidder for

cash under the direction of the Sher-

iff 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 June 16, 2021 (“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 re-

turn of the deposit paid. The pur-

chaser shall have no further

recourse against the Mortgagor, the

Mortgagee or the Mortgagee’s attor-

ney.

DATED this 27th day of April, 2021.

SHERIFF OF WARD COUNTY

/s/Robert Reed

Deputy Sheriff of Ward County

Halliday, Watkins & Mann, P.C.

/s/ Scott S. Skeen

Attorneys for Plaintiff

376 East 400 South, Suite 300

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

801-355-2886

Email: scott@hwmlawfirm.com

ND Bar No.: 09334

(May 3-10-17, 2021)

NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE SALE

CIVIL NUMBER: 51-2017-CV-01103

IN THE STATE OF NORTH

DAKOTA, COUNTY OF WARD

IN THE DISTRICT COURT, NORTH

CENTRAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT

U.S. Bank National Association,

Plaintiff,

v.

Joshua D. Gill; Portfolio Recovery

Associates, LLC; ProCollect Ser-

vices LLC; any person in posses-

sion, and all persons unknown,

claiming any estate or interest in, or

lien or encumbrance upon, the real

estate described in the complaint,

Defendants.

Judgment in the amount of

$360,532.12, 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 March 25,

2021, for the foreclosure of a real

estate mortgage. Notice is hereby

given pursuant to said Judgment

that the real property described as:

Lot 44, Green Acres Thrid Addi-

tion to the City of Minot, Ward

County, North Dakota

Real Property address: 2312 23rd

Street SW, Minot, ND 58701

The above real property is the sub-

ject of the Mortgage dated August

27, 2015, which Mortgagor, Joshua

D. Gill, executed and delivered to

Mortgage Electronic Registration

Systems, Inc., as Mortgagee, as

nominee for Town and Country

Credit Union, its successors and as-

signs, and recorded in the office of

the Clerk and Recorder of Ward

County, North Dakota, on August

31, 2015, Instrument Number

2989692, which is subject to the en-

tered Judgment. Said Mortgage

was assigned to Plaintiff, its succes-

sors or assigns, by Assignment of

Mortgage recorded May 2, 2016, In-

strument Number 2996820. In order

to realize the amount of

$360,532.12, as of March 25, 2021,

plus interest accruing thereafter on

said amount at the rate of 3.5% per

year together with the costs and ex-

penses of sale, the property will be

sold subject to redemption as pro-

vided by law as one parcel of land at

public auction, subject to any lien for

unpaid real estate taxes and assess-

ments of Ward County, North Dako-

ta, and easements and restrictions

of record, to the highest bidder for

cash under the direction of the Sher-

iff 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 June 16, 2021 (“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 re-

turn of the deposit paid. The pur-

chaser shall have no further

recourse against the Mortgagor, the

Mortgagee or the Mortgagee’s attor-

ney.

DATED this 27th day of April, 2021.

SHERIFF OF WARD COUNTY

/s/Robert Reed

Deputy Sheriff of Ward County

Halliday, Watkins & Mann, P.C.

/s/ Scott S. Skeen

Attorneys for Plaintiff

376 East 400 South, Suite 300

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

801-355-2886

Email: scott@hwmlawfirm.com

ND Bar No.: 09334

(May 3-10-17, 2021)

NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE SALE

CIVIL NUMBER: 51-2019-CV-01990

IN THE STATE OF NORTH

DAKOTA, COUNTY OF WARD

IN THE DISTRICT COURT, NORTH

CENTRAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT

Lakeview Loan Servicing, LLC,

Plaintiff,

v.

Virginia K. Bates; Unknown Spouse

of Jamie K. Losinski; Unknown

Spouse of Marcus A. Losinski; any

person in possession, and all per-

sons unknown, claiming any estate

or interest in, or lien or encumbrance

upon, the real estate described in

the complaint,

Defendants.

Judgment in the amount of

$107,282.48, 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 March 24,

2021, for the foreclosure of a real

estate mortgage. Notice is hereby

given pursuant to said Judgment

that the real property described as:

The following real property lying and

being in the County of Ward, State

of North Dakota, and described as

follows, to-wit:

Unit 5, Westfield Circle Condom-

inium, located on Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

and 8, Block 4, Westfield Addition

to the City of Minot, Ward County,

North Dakota, according to the

Declaration of Condominium

Ownership recorded in Book 183

of Misc., Page 415, together with

the undivided interest in the com-

mon elements declared appur-

tenant thereto.

Real Property address: 5 West-

field Circle, Minot, ND 58701

The above real property is the sub-

ject of the Mortgage dated No-

vember 15, 2016, which Mortgagor,

Virginia K. Bates, executed and

delivered to Mortgage Electronic

Registration Systems, Inc., as Mort-

gagee, as nominee for

Loandepot.com, LLC, its successors

and assigns, and recorded in the of-

fice of the Clerk and Recorder of

Ward County, North Dakota, on De-

cember 1, 2016, Instrument Number

3003244, which is subject to the en-

tered Judgment. Said Mortgage

was assigned to Plaintiff, its succes-

sors or assigns, by Assignment of

Mortgage recorded September 20,

2019, Instrument Number 3031620.

In order to realize the amount of

$107,282.48, as of March 24, 2021,

plus interest accruing thereafter on

said amount at the rate of 3.875%

per year together with the costs and

expenses of sale, the property will

be sold subject to redemption as

provided by law as one parcel of

land at public auction, subject to any

lien for unpaid real estate taxes and

assessments of Ward County, North

Dakota, and easements and restric-

tions of record, to the highest bidder

for cash under the direction of the

Sheriff of Ward County, North Dako-

ta, at the main entrance of the Ward

County Courthouse located at 315

SE 3rd Street, Minot, North Dakota

58701, on June 16, 2021 (“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 re-

turn of the deposit paid. The pur-

chaser shall have no further

recourse against the Mortgagor, the

Mortgagee or the Mortgagee’s attor-

ney.

DATED this 27th day of April, 2021.

SHERIFF OF WARD COUNTY

/s/Robert Reed

Deputy Sheriff of Ward County

Halliday, Watkins & Mann, P.C.

/s/ Scott S. Skeen

Attorneys for Plaintiff

376 East 400 South, Suite 300

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

801-355-2886

Email: scott@hwmlawfirm.com

ND Bar No.: 09334

(May 3-10-17, 2021)

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION

INFORMATION

Please provide your response to the

following questions which will be

used to select firms for consideration

and then final selection of the firm to

provide Need Assessment, Consul-

tation and Architecural Design ser-

vices for potential construction of a

9-12 school building. The due date

for the requested information is June

1, 2021 by 3:00 pm. Information is to

be mailed to Dunseith Public School

Dist. #1, Attn David Sjol, Superin-

tendent, P.O. Box 789 Dunseith ND

58329 or may be dropped off at the

District Business Office located at

101 2nd Avenue SW, Dunseith ND.

1. (10 points) Provide a company

profile including history, organiza-

tion, experience, past and present

workload and staffing, financial ca-

pability, ownership, and a summary

of typical services provided by your

firm.

2. (15 points) Identify the architec-

tural and engineering disciplines you

provide with full-time, in-house per-

sonnel, and those, which would be

sub-contracted from outside

sources. If you will be

sub-contracting any portion of the

services, please provide similar in-

formation as requested herein for

each sub-consultants. Please be

specific as to who your preferred

sub-consultants would be.

3. (10 points) List your experience

with the last five (5) years of educa-

tional or public projects that demon-

strate your ability to provide services

for this consultation project:

a. Provide the name, address, loca-

tion, phone numbers, and names of

contact persons for each project.

b. Briefly describe the projects

scope, size and dates of each pro-

ject.

4. (20 points) List at least five (5)

educational clients as references

that you have worked with in the last

five (5) years. These references

should be architectural design of

major renovation, new construction

of educational spaces. Please only

list projects where your firm held the

architectural contract directly to the

educational owner.

a. Provide the name, address, loca-

tion, phone numbers and names of

contact persons for each project.

b. Describe the project scope, size,

architectural, mechanical, and elec-

tric systems of each of the projects.

Provide a summary of project

timeframes, including a comparison

of planned to actual durations.

5. (15 points) Demonstrate your con-

cern and ability to provide the most

operationally efficient and sustain-

able architectural design of facility

systems. What experience do you

have in this area?

6. (10 points) List the personnel who

will be assigned to this project, with

current resumes for each. Identify

the proposed responsibilities for

each person on this proposed pro-

ject, and number the projects that

they might be concurrently assigned.

7. (15 points) Outline your educa-

tional approach and influence in the

construction process and demon-

strate at least five (5) examples of

how your firm has positively impact-

ed the effectiveness of the educa-

tional spaces.

8. (5 points) Other benefits. Briefly

describe other benefits the owner

will realize as a result of working

with your firm.

9. Enclose your proposed Owner/

Architectural contract.

10. Submitted by:

a. Firm Name:

b. Address:

c. Phone Number:

d. Signature:

e. Name and Title:

f. Date:

Sincerely,

David Sjol

Dunseith Public School Dist. #1

Superintendent

(May 13-14-15-17-18-19-20-21-22-

24-25-26-27-28, 2021)

Request for Qualifications

1. INTRODUCTION:

Dunseith Public School District #1 is

undertaking the construction of a

new 9-12 High School facility that

has a strong CTE component. The

facility will be located within the city

limits of Dunseith, North Dakota.

The new school will be constructed

to meet the needs of the students of

the School District that includes, but

is not limited to the following:

a. A fully functional enclosed school

facility that includes all required

classrooms, common areas, sup-

port, and storage spaces.

i. Educational

ii. Administrative

iii. Physical Education

iv. CTE Spaces and Labs

v. Special education

b. On-site roads, parking lots, curb

and gutter, lighting, security, and

striping as required.

c. Outdoor common areas

d. On-site infrastructure:

i. Electrical

ii. Storm water drainage

iii. Sanitary sewer

iv. Domestic and fire water lines

v. Communication including security

e. Coordination with the City of Dun-

seith to develop off-site infrastruc-

ture.

i. Off-site roads, lighting and striping

ii. Off-site sanitary sewer

iii. Off-site domestic water

f. Mechanical and electrical systems

and support spaces.

g. Landscaping and green space

development.

2. SCOPE OF CMAR SERVICES:

a. Estimating services for prelim-

inary design, as well as estimating

service cost for schematic design

through construction documents.

b. Construction feasibility recom-

mendations through the design and

construction document phases.

c. Complete, phased project con-

struction delivery with a total budget

that includes all construction costs,

fees, and other costs typical of large

capital projects (excluding furniture,

fixtures, and equipment).

3. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS:

Dunseith Public School District #1

requests the following in information

be submitted with an 8.5” x 11″ soft

bound document for use in selecting

a Construction Manager at Risk.

a. Format:

Paper submittal: Submittals should

be twenty pages or less, excluding

front and back covers and section

dividers, submittals should be a soft

bound document using 8.5” x 11″

paper. Eight copies shall be submit-

ted.

Electronic Submittal: One electronic

format copy of the submittal shall in-

clude in the submittal on a USB

Drive. This copy will be non-editable

PDF version of the paper copy.

b. Project Experience:

I. Each firm will supply project

names, size, cost and schedules for

a minimum of four comparable pro-

jects based on the total project cost,

function, and typical construction

methods. Reference information

shall also be included indicating ex-

perience with CMAR projects.

c. Ability of Key Personal:

I. Qualifications of Principal

In-Charge, Project Manager, and

on-site Superintendent.

d. Project Schedule:

I. Based on the assumed Project

Completion Date, please provide an

estimated project schedule, includ-

ing timeline.

e. Current and Projected Workload:

I. Indicate the availability of key per-

sonnel, workforce, and consultants

as it relates to project commitments

and schedule.

f. Sub-Contractors:

I. Services required from

Sub-Contractors will be procured

through a Competitive Bid Selection

Process administrated and pro-

cessed by the CMAR. Dunseith

Public School Dist. #1 reserves the

right to approve any and all

Sub-Contractors, includes but is not

limited to the following:

1. The number and quality of

Sub-Contractors the CMAR will ob-

tain.

2. The ability to demonstrate a posi-

tive working relationship with

Sub-Contractors (or other construc-

tion related services) including refer-

ences from Key Mechanical and

Electric Contractors attesting to the

ability of the CMAR to complete the

project and coordinate the various

aspects of the work.

3. Demonstrating an ability to fore-

cast local bidding and construction

conditions as it relates to sufficient

work force and costs.

4. Open Book Bidding to be re-

viewed by owner.

g. Fees:

I. Each firm will provide a proposed

fee based on a percentage of the

Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP)

for the construction project.

h. Self-Performance and Bidding:

I. The CMAR will be allowed to

self-perform, without bidding, no

more than 10% of the total of all

construction. 90% of the construc-

tion must be competitively bid

through an advertised bid process.

II. The CMAR may self-perform any

component of the work for the

amount of the lowest bid in-lieu of

accepting bids by Sub-Contractors.

i. Guaranteed Maximum Price:

I. The Guaranteed Maximum Price

(GMP) will be provided to the owner

at the completion of the Construction

Documents. The CMAR will be re-

quired to obtain bids and/or qualify

costs for all work so that the GMO

amendment may be executed after

completion of the Construction Do-

cument Phase.

II. The GMP must be equal to or

less than the last estimate provided

to the Owner during the Design

Development Phase or result in for-

feiture of all design phase fees.

j. Savings of the Guaranteed Max-

imum Price:

I. The CMAR will receive, as bonus,

10% of the amount that the actual

construction costs are less than the

GMP (GMO Savings).

II. The GMP saving will not exceed

5% of the GMP. In the event the

GMP Savings exceed 5% of the

GMP, the CMAR will expand the

scope of the work without additional

fees to include work that was re-

moved or omitted during the design

and estimating phase in order to ob-

tain a GMP that was within the Own-

ers budget.

III. The intent of the restrictions on

GMP Savings is to ensure the Own-

er obtains the broadest and most

complete scope of work possible,

yet still offer the CMAR incentive to

find savings within the project during

the Construction Phase.

k. Bonds and Insurance:

I. Proof of liability to provide a bind

in an amount at least equal to the

amount of the Guaranteed Maximum

Price of the project as well as meet

necessary insurance requirements

of the state of North Dakota. Note

that any mechanical or electrical

contractors are to provide a separate

bond for their work, which may im-

pact the cost and ability of obtaining

a bond by the CMAR.

I. Procedure for Submissions:

I. Firms wishing to be considered

will submit eight (8) paper copies

and one (1) electronic copy of the

qualification materials on Tuesday

June 1, 2021 no later than 3:00 pm.

CDT at the offices of:

Dunseith Public School District #1

Atten: Mr. David Sjol

Superintendent

P.O. Box 789

101 1st Avenue SW

Dunseith, ND 5832

Tel: 701-244-0480

Email: David.Sjol@k12.nd.us

II. The following sequence of events

is contemplated for selection pro-

cedure of a Construction Manager at

Risk:

RFQ Advertisement May 10, 2021

Qualifications Due June 1, 2021

Shortlisting of CMAR Candidates

June 7, 2021

Interviews with Select CMAR Candi-

dates June 14, 2021

Select CMAR Services

June 21, 2021

Begin CMAR Services June 28, 2021

Complete Project July 2022

Special Note: This Request for Qual-

ifications (RFQ) for Construction

Manager at Risk (CMAR) does not

obligate the Dunseith Public School

District #1 to award a contract or

complete the proposed project. The

Dunseith Public School Dist. #1

reserves the right to cancel this RFQ

if it is considered to be in the best in-

terest of the District. Proposals must

be clear and concise. Proposals that

are difficult to follow or that do not

conform to the RFQ format or have

binding specifications may be reject-

ed. Responding vendors must in-

clude the required information called

for in this RFQ. Dunseith Public

School District also reserves the

right to change any provision in this

RFQ. Nothing in this RFQ obligates

or commits Dunseith Public School

District to any arrangement regard-

ing the project.

(May 13-14-15-17-18-19-20-21-22-

24-25-26-27-28, 2021)

SELF STORAGE LIEN AUCTION

KO Storage of Minot – South

1908 Hiawatha St SE

Minot, ND 58701

(952) 314-7121

Auction Start Time: 05/17/2021 at

10:00 am

Auction End Time: 05/25/2021 at

10:00 am

Location of Auction:

www.storagetreasures.com

SEPARATE LIEN SALE TO

HIGHEST BIDDER FOR EACH

UNIT. OWNER HAS THE RIGHT

TO NOT ACCEPT BID PRICE.

UNIT:

23 Jessica Perry: board games,

paintings, dog bed.

(May 10-17, 2021)

SUMMONS

Case No. 51-2021-DM-00261

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,

COUNTY OF WARD, IN DISTRICT

COURT, NORTH CENTRAL

JUDICIAL DISTRICT

State of North Dakota, and

Agnes Michelle Blue,

Plaintiffs,

v.

Kashawn Mathias,

Defendant.

The State of North Dakota to

Kashawn Mathias:

You are summoned and required to

defend against the Complaint by

serving an Answer, which is a writ-

ten response, on the State of North

Dakota and Agnes Michelle Blue

within 21 days after service of this

Summons and by also filing that

Answer with the court. If you do not

serve and file an Answer, the court

can grant the requests made in the

Complaint by ordering that a default

judgment be entered against you.

Dated this 26th day of January,

2021.

/s/Stephen Williamson

Stephen Williamson

Special Assistant Attorney General

Bar I.D. Number: 09282

1015 S Broadway, Suite 18

Minot, ND 58701

1-800-231-4255; minotcse@nd.gov

Attorney for Child Support

(May 10-17-24, 2021)

SUMMONS

CIVIL NO. 51-2021-CV-00687

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,

COUNTY OF WARD, IN DISTRICT

COURT, NORTH CENTRAL

JUDICIAL DISTRICT

Credit Bureau of Bismarck, Inc.,

Plaintiff,

vs.

Drew Fegley dba North River

Exploration,

Defendant.

THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA

TO THTE 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,

by serving upon the undersigned an

answer or other proper reponse

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. This

is an attempt to collect a debt, an in-

formation obtained will be used for

that purpose. This communication is

from a debt collector.

Dated this 17th day of March, 2021.

/s/William C. Severin

William C. Severin (ID #03438)

Attorney for the Plaintiff

103 S. 3rd St., Suite 6

Bismarck, ND 58501

Telephone: 701-255-1344

severin@midconetwork.com

(May 3-10-17, 2021)

SUMMONS

CIVIL NUMBER: 51-2021-CV-00689

IN THE STATE OF NORTH

DAKOTA, COUNTY OF WARD, IN

THE DISTRICT COURT, NORTH

CENTRAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT

PennyMac Loan Services, LLC,

Plaintiff,

v.

Jiquan M. James, Sydney

Remington-James; any person in

possession,

Defendants.

THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA

TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFEN-

DANTS:

To the above-mentioned Defendants

including all persons unknown,

claiming any estate or interest in, or

lien or encumbrance upon, the real

estate described below and in the

complaint. You are hereby sum-

moned and required to appear and

defend against the Complaint in this

action, which is herewith served

upon you, by serving upon the un-

dersigned a copy of an Answer or

other proper response within

twenty-one (21) days after the ser-

vice of this Summons upon you, ex-

clusive 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.

4. This Summons and Complaint will

be filed with the Clerk of this Court.

This action relates to the foreclosure

of a mortgage upon the following

described real property in the Coun-

ty of Ward, State of North Dakota:

Lot 53, Oak Park Addition to the

City of Minot, Ward County, North

Dakota

Property Address: 1055 West

Central Avenue, Minot, ND 58701

The Plaintiff is not seeking a per-

sonal judgment against the

above-named Defendants.

Dated April 16, 2021.

/s/Scott S. Skeen

376 East 400 South, Suite 300

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Tel: 801-355-2886

Email: scott@hwmlawfirm.com

Bar Number: 09334

HWM: ND10609

(May 3-10-17, 2021)

SURREY PUBLIC SCHOOL

DISTRICT NO-41

SURREY, NORTH DAKOTA

REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD

MEETING

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 2021

President Ron Aberle called meeting

to order at 5:00 pm. Board members

present Ron Aberle, Dustin Mize,

Steph Munos, Daniel Tyler and

Nicole Wald. Also, present Superin-

tendent Gerding, Principal Hansen

and Business Manager Twila

Gantzer.

Minutes: M/S/C Wald/Mize to ap-

prove minutes from March 17, 2021.

Roll call vote, all voted yes.

Superintendent: Mr Gerding present-

ed a bid to carpet the elementary

and high school hallway. There are

funds available in the building/

maintenance fund. Mrs Wald would

like to see a plan in place for other

work to be done in the school. Mr

Aberle said with this high dollar

amount another bid is needed.

Business Manager’s Report: The

financial reports were presented.

M/S/C Tyler/Mize to approve finan-

cial reports as presented and ap-

prove payment of March payroll &

benefits in the amount of

$408,670.45; January board bills:

General Fund- $14,994.59; Activity

Fund- $788.60; Food- $24,734.77.

Prepaid Check Register: General

Fund- $17,146.63; Activity Fund-

$16,777.68; Food- $329.65. Roll call

vote, all voted yes.

Tuition Agreement # 90-In M/S/C

Mize/Tyler to approve. Roll call vote,

all voted yes.

Principal: With Mr Krueger’s retire-

ment Mrs Hansen shared there were

three quality applicants. Graycyn

Kitts was selected for the Ag Ed po-

sition. M/S/C Wald/Tyler to approve

for Graycyn Kitts for the position.

Mrs Musos thanked Mr Krueger for

his years of service to Surrey.

Masks: Mr Aberle asked how things

were going with regards to masks. If

the administration has looked into

changing the mask policy. Mrs Han-

sen surveyed the teachers and the

staff would like to see masks worn in

the hallways and large areas but not

in the classroom. The state is in the

green, so masks are optional. Mrs

Munos also feels masks should be

optional unless the teacher requires

it. Mrs Hansen explained how con-

tract tracing works.

M/S/C Wald/Munos to make masks

optional with the exception of teach-

ers who can require them for the

remainder of this school year. Roll

call vote: Aberle-Yes; Mize-No;

Munos-Yes; Tyler-No; Wald-Yes.

Motion passes. Mrs Hansen shared

the junior students received tickets

sponsored by Vibeto Orthodontics to

attend the Women’s National Hock-

ey Tournament on Friday.

Unfinished Business: School Vision

Committee and the Culture Improve-

ment Committee have not met yet.

New Business: School Calendar: Mr

Krueger spoke about the 21-22

school calendar. The problem he

has is the week-long break in March.

Baseball is scheduled to start that

Monday. Basketball has games

scheduled March 21st & 22nd. First

home football game is set for August

20th. Mr Aberle was not aware of

the spring sports schedule. Mr

Krueger said NDHSAA sets the

schedules. Under NDCC 44-04-19.9

the board will now enter into execu-

tive session M/S/C Mize/Tyler to

enter into executive session at

5:41pm.

Regular meeting resumed at

6:07pm. Mr Gerding would like to

advertise for a Special Education/

Title teacher. M/S/C Mize/ Tyler to

advertise for that position. Roll call

vote, all voted yes.

The next regular board meeting will

be Wednesday, May 12th at 5:00

pm. M/S/C Tyler/Mize to adjourn at

6:09pm

Twila Gantzer, Business Manager

Ronald Aberle, President

(May 17, 2021)

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