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Lansford Fall Fair held

















Janice Talley with her handcrafted sewing items.

The Lansford Fall Fair, organized by the women's groups from Trinity United Parish and St. John's Catholic Church, was held this past Saturday, September 27th. A nice crowd enjoyed the luncheon and browsed the displays set up by area vendors and crafters.


















Pictured Above: Peggy Undlin and Heather Martin visit with Tanya Owens of Owens BBQ.

Sue Peterson of Minot, and Linda Adams of Lake Metigoshe, were the adult Basket of Bounty Raffle winners. Morgan Goettle of Bismarck, and the Pletcher children of Lansford, won the children's baskets.



















Pictured Above: Jenny and Julie Routledge with Claudia Dean, Thirty-One Consultant.

The women from each church group appreciated everyone who supported and attended the annual event.

Dakota West Credit Union - Mohall Branch makes donation to MLS Dollars for Scholars


Dakota West Credit Union - Mohall branch personnel recently presented a $500.00 check to the MLS Dollars for Scholars. Representing Dakota West Credit Union - Mohall branch are standing, left to right: Mark Jorgensen, Kim Eriksmoen, and Melissa Hagen, and seated, Bonnie Locken. Accepting the check on behalf of the MLS Dollars for Scholars is Shari Keith, standing on the right.

The MLS Dollars for Scholars Chapter received $500.00 from Dakota West Credit Union. Pictured are Bonnie Locken, Kim Eriksmoen, Melissa Hagen, and Mark Jorgensen, employees of Dakota West Credit Union in Mohall, and Shari Keith, treasurer of MLS Dollars for Scholars.

This was the largest check the chapter has received for the MLS Game Sponsor fundraising program, which is held during the fall and winter MLS sports’ seasons. Businesses can match the local team's scores at $2 a point or donate a flat amount for home varsity games.

The MLS Dollars for Scholars campaign has raised $2,700.00 this fall, which will be awarded to graduating high school students and college students to further their education.

The MLS Dollars for Scholars Chapter extends their appreciation to all the area businesses who have contributed to their fundraising game sponsors program since it began in 2009.

Renville County Auditor reminds voters
of ID requirements for upcoming election

Renville County Auditor LeAnn M. Pollman reminds voters that they will need valid identification (ID) to vote in the upcoming primary election. This state law applies to absentee/mail-in ballots as well as voting in person on Election Day, Tuesday, November 4th.

The five forms of valid identification are:
• North Dakota Driver’s License.
• North Dakota Non-driver’s ID.
• Tribal Issued ID.
• Student ID Certificate.
• Long Term Care ID Certificate.

In all cases, the ID must include the voter’s name, current residential address (no P O Boxes), and date of birth. Not all tribal-issued IDs include all the required information, so it is important to check them ahead of time.

Absentee/Mail-in voters are required to write down their ID number, or include a copy of their Student or Long Term Care ID Certificate, with their ballot application, while those voting in person on Election Day will show or provide their ID to the poll workers.

Pollman says it’s especially important for absentee/mail-in voters to act now if they do not have an up-to-date, valid form of ID. “Absentee/Mail-in voting starts 40 days before Election Day, but your ID needs to prove that you are eligible to vote, which means showing you’ve been a North Dakota citizen and resident of your voting precinct for the 30 days prior to the election,” she says. “If you’ve recently moved, even within the precinct, you need to update your records and ID.”

The North Dakota Secretary of State’s Office created a website specifically to help residents understand voting requirements. “Vote.nd.gov” includes information about voting and ID, a link to update your address information, a tool for finding your polling place, viewing your ballot, and more.

Postcard applications to request a ballot for the General Election were mailed September 19th. If you did not receive one, and would like a ballot mailed out, please contact the Renville County Auditor’s office. If you requested “All Elections” on your application for the Primary, you do not need to fill out another application, a ballot will be automatically mailed to you.

Anyone with election questions is encouraged to call the County Auditor’s Office at 756-6301 for help.



Mohall Beautification Committee to hold annual Fall Festival October 12th
The Mohall Beautification Committee met and made plans for the Fall Festival which will be held on Sunday, October 12th at the Millennium Building on Mohall’s Main Street from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The Mohall Beautification Committee is sponsoring the newly named "Anne and Walter Gokavi Fall Festival" in honor of their many years of service to the community.

Business places will be asked to donate soups, and will be called to let the committee know what they would like to make for the noon luncheon on October 12th, 2014. The Beautification Committee appreciates their willingness to provide for this event.

Mark your calender now, and plan to come to the Fall Festival Luncheon on Sunday, October 12th!





























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