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_Wednesday, May 23, 2012 FARMERS INDEPENDENT, Ba$1ey, Minnesota- Page 17 Bagley/Fosston track and field teams end regular season .Meet the boys track and field team: (front row, from left) Louis Larson, Walker Cage, Jaydon Daniel, Zachary Fultz, Hunter Syverson, Landon Peterson and Wesley Davies; middle row (from left): Jared Gabrelcik, Erik Paulson, Ari Borud, Regan Johnson, -Cole Nelson, Reid Olson and Roman Bode. Back Row: Alexi Bode, Dylan Fjerstad, Max -Beckstrand, Wyatt LaFriniere, Alex Zuschke, Preston Olson and Logan Thorson. Not Pictured: Tony Berg. By Coach Sean Peterson The Bagley/Fosston Track ,.and Field teams competed :last Thursday at a meet in *,Ada to end their regular , season. The boys' team - finished in fifth place and the *' girls' team finished in fourth place. Thief River Falls took first for both boys and girls. Highlights included the girls 4x100 and 4x200 both taking first and the girls 4x400 was third. Marissa Carlson was 2  in the 1600m and 4 th in the 400m. Gina Balstad won the pole vault and was 5  in the 100m, while Mary Helen Bemtson was fifth in the 300 hurdles, 6 th in the 100 hurdles and 4  in the pole vault. Jennifer Albright was 5  in the triple jump. For the boys, Wes Davies was 2 "d in the 3200m and Roman Bode was 5 th. Preston Olson had his best 110 High Hurdles race ever to take 3 rd and Alexi Bode placed 4 tb in the 300 hurdles. The boys 4x 100 relay ran its best time of the year in 47.74 to take third. The boys 4x800 was also 3 rd and the 4x200 and 4x400 teams were 4 th. Louis Larson placed 6 tb in the triple jump with a personal best of 34'3". Logan Thorson was 5  in the 100m. The teams now prepare for the Subsection meet in Mahnomen on Thursday May 24 tb. The field events begin at 4 p.m. and the running events begin at 4:45 p.m. The top five individuals and the top two relay teams advance to the Section 8A Meet in East Grand Forks on June 2. Come out and cheer on the runners. HAVE A PEN? WE HAVE THE PAPER! Send a "Letter to the Editor" LETTERS MUST BE SIGNED NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE DATE: May 21, 2012 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that default has occurred in the Jconditions of the following I , described Mortgage: , INFORMATION ; REGARDING MORTGAGE TO t0 BE FORECLOSED ' 1. Date of Mortgage: February 5 2003; modification dated ,February 5, 2008; modification *dated April 5, 2008; modification dated September 17, 2008; modification dated December 9, 2008; modification dated March 3, 2009; modification dated June 1, 2009 2. Mortgagors: DRMK Properties, LLC 3. Mortgagees: Minnesota's Community Development Corporation 4. Recording Information: Mortgage recorded on February 14, 2003, as Document 'Number A 140724 in the Office of the County Recorder of Clearwater County, Minnesota; Modification of Mortgage recorded on February 21, 2008 as Document Number A 152137 in the Office of the County Recorder of Clearwater County, Minnesota; Modification of Mortgage recorded on April " 30, 2008 as Document Number A 152529 in the Office of the County Recorder of Clearwater :'-County, Minnesota; Modification ,; :of Mortgage recorded on October ! 2, 2008 as Document Number 3 A 153448 in the Office of the ',,County Recorder of Clearwater ,County, Minnesota; Modification of Mortgage recorded on January "2, 2009 as Document Number ;A 153918 in the Office of the ; County Recorder of Clearwater County, Minnesota; Modification of Mortgage recorded on April 23, 2009 as Document Number :A 154449 in the Office of the '. County Recorder of Clearwater : County, Minnesota; Modification of Mortgage recorded on July :6, 2009 as Document Number A 154900 in the Office of the ,,County Recorder of Clearwater i', County, Minnesota. 5. Assignments of Mortgage, if any: Assigned to Border State Bank by written assignment recorded on June 10, 2010 as Document Number A 156494, in the recording office stated in paragraph 4. INFORMATION REGARDING MORTGAGED PREMISES 6. Tax parcel identification number of the mortgaged premises: 13.033.0300 Legal description of the mortgaged premises: 7. The Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (SW NW) of Section Thirty-three (33), Township One Hundred Forty-five (145) North, Range Thirty-seven (37) West. 8. The physical street address, city, and zip code of the mortgaged premises: 22582 State Highway 92, Bagley, MN 56621 other foreclosure data 9. The person holding the Mortgage: Is a transaction agent, as defined by Minn. Stat. 58.02, subd. 30. The name of the transaction agent, residential mortgage servicer, and the lender or broker, as defined in Minn. Stat. 58.02, is Border State Bank. The transaction agent's mortgage identification number, if stated on the Mortgage, is: not stated. 10. If stated on the Mortgage, the name of the mortgage originator, as defined in Minn. Stat. 58.02, is: not stated. INFORMATION REGARDING Foreclosure 11. The requisites of Minn. Stat. 580.02 have been satisfied. 12. The original principal amount secured by the Mortgage was $475,000.00. 13. At the date of this notice the amount due on the Mortgage, including taxes, if any, paid by the holder of the Mortgage, is: $35,224.55. 14. Pursuant to the power of sale in the Mortgage, the Mortgage will be foreclosed, and the mortgaged premises will be sold by the Sheriff of Clearwater County, Minnesota, at public auction on July 10, 2012, 10:00 a.m., at the Clearwater County Sheriff's Office, 213 Main Ave. N., Dept. 102, Bagley, MN 56621. 15. The time allowed by law for redemption by Mortgagor or Mortgagor's personal representatives or assigns is twelve (12) months after the date of sale. 16. Minn. Star. 580.04(b) provides, "If the real estate is an owner-occupied, single-family dwelling, the notice must also specify the date on or before which the mortgagor must vacate the property if the mortgage is not reinstated under section 580.30 or the property redeemed under section 580.23." If this statute applies, the time to vacate the property is 11:59 p.m. on NOT APPLICABLE. THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY THE MORTGAGOR, THE MORTGAGOR'S PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES OR ASSIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED TOFIVEWEEKS IFAJUDICIAL ORDER IS ENTERED UNDER MINNESOTA STATUTES, SECTION 582.032, DETERMINING, AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THE MORTGAGED PREMISES ARE IMPROVED WITH A RESIDENTIAL DWELLING OF LESS THAN FIVE UNITS, ARE NOT PROPERTY USED IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, AND ARE ABANDONED. Name of Mortgagee or Mortgage Assignee: Border State Bank 133 Main St. N P.O. Box 280 GREENBUSH, MN 56726 Name and address of Attorney for Mortgagee or Mortgage Assignee: Nora L. Crumpton Anderson Law Offices, P.A. 115 Roberts Ave. NE P.O. Box 430 Warroad, MN 56763 JI327e ? State of Minnesota County of Clearwater i I' District Court Ninth Judicial District Court File Number: 15-FA- 11-244 Case Type: Domestic Abuse In the Matter of: Crystal Bahr, Individually and O/B/O HM and AM Petitioner VS. Ryan James Martine Respondent Notice of Hearing by Publication (Minn. Stat. 518B.01, subd. 8) To Respondent named above: An order has been issued directing you to appear at Clearwater County Court, 213 Main Ave. Bagley, MN on May 30, 2012 at 2:30 p.m. and explain why the relief sought in the Petition for the Order for Protection should not be granted. You may obtain a copy of the Petition and any order issued from the court from the Clearwater County Court Administrator's Office. If you do not appear at the scheduled hearing, the Petitioner's request may be granted as a default matter. Failure to appear will not be a defense to prosecution for violation of the Court's Order. Date: May 17, 2012 Loretta J. Wiebolt Court Administrator Karen Mathison Deputy My23e Meet the girls track and field team: (front row, from left) Maddy Lomen, Toni Kuznetsov, Elizabeth Olson, Gina Balstad, Mary Helen Berntson and Karlee Ziermeier; middle row (from left): Shayley Espeseth, Celia Gerbracht, Noelle Dufault, Courtney Shaver, Katie Nelson, Shania Fischer, Jennifer Albright and Sadie Pemberton; back row (from left): Josie Kubiak, Hayley George, Savannah Munter, Marissa Carlson, Hailey Syverson, Megan Flaherty, Jamie Huschle and Camille Merschman. Not Pictured: Hannah Molitor, Zoia Kuznetsov. Just what does the Inter-County Community Council do? Submitted by Inter- County Community Council National Community Action Month highlights CommunityActionAgencies' work helping millions of families and individuals escape poverty each year. Inter-County Community Council (ICCC) has been assisting people during their most difficult personal and financial situations for the past 47 years. ICCC became one of the earliest of 27 Community Action Agencies (CAA) formed in Minnesota when it was incorporated on June 9, 1965. The base area for delivery of services included the counties of Red Lake, Pennington, Clearwater and East Polk. The City of Oklee, because of its central location and other attributes, was selected as the headquarters. All 87 counties in the state of Minnesota are represented by a CAA. ICCC is your local CAA. ICCC is not a government office but is a private non-profit organization. ICCC does, however, receive funding from the state and federal government to administer programs to its service area. Of ICCC's funding, 93 percent comes from the federal government, while 6 percent comes from the state of Minnesota and 1 percent comes from other foundations, grants, private resources. CAAs have a very unique board composition. One- third of the board represents members of the low-income community, one-third public officials and one-third from area interest groups. Thepromise of Community Action (CA) is that CA changes people's lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities, and makes America a better place to live. When people come away from ICCC feeling positive emotionally, the promise has been delivered. Have you ever wondered, just what does ICCC do? Ad Space ForRent Call 694.6265 ICCC's base area covers Clearwater, East Polk, Red Lake and Pennington counties. Some programs are offered throughout its service area while others are specific to a certain county. The energy assistance program covers East Polk, Red Lake and Pennington counties. ICCC has served 1,577 households this past year. ICCC tries hard to be a resource to the low income people of its service area and a partner to the local vendors. ICCC has assisted with $1,194,790 in direct financial contributions to the local utility companies this past year. These payments were made directly to the vendors on behalf of low- income people living within local communities. Forty-four percent of these households have someone living there who is 60 years or older. Another $4,354 was spent assisting with utility payments made with "Reach out for Warmth" contributions made possible from local donations. The weatherization program insulates and air seals homes within Clearwater, Red Lake, East Polk and Pennington counties. This past year ICCC completed 93 households. This generated $602,171 given directly to local contractors and supply distribution centers. Low- income households received qualified auditors who inspected mechanical and heating systems for safe and efficient use and completed cost saving measures for the homeowner which will carry on for years to come. The youth employment program works with youth who are ages 14-21 to provide work experience and support. These programs cover the counties of Kittson, Roseau, Marshall, Pennington, Red Lake, Polk and Norman. ICCC currently has 158 youth enrolled in employment services. Youth are set up in a supportive work environment and are paid minimum wage. The senior employment program works with people who are 55 years old and over to provide a supporting work environment. ICCC currently has eight seniors working within the counties of Lake of the Woods, Roseau, Pennington, Red Lake, East Polk and Clearwater. Through a collaborative partnership ICCC has distributed 43 computers to low-income households in nine communities. ICCC has provided Junim Achievement finance training to 45 students in three area school districts. The Head Start program provides free preschool services to low-income children and their families from birth to school age. The program focuses on education, health, mental health, nutrition and family services. This is completed throughout Clearwater, East Polk, Red Lake and Pennington counties. ICCC serves approximately 150 three- and four-year-olds and their families and 30 birth- to three-year-olds and thei families. ICCC offers foreclosure prevention counseling and served 19 households this past year. ICCC has several programs that serve households considered to be homeless and those in an emergency situations where there are no other resources available to them. ICCC served 329 households with emergency services within Clearwater, East Polk, Red Lake and Pennington counties this pasl year. ICCC has also offered several financial literacy classes throughout the area as well as basic cooking classes. ICCC has an on-site food shelf that served 176 households per year. ICCC currently employs 32 full-time and six part-time staff from within its service area. Each year, CAAs help 20 million Americans achieve and maintain financial stability through programs such as Head Start, weatherization, job training and placement, financial education, housing, energy assistance, and transportation. "Services offered by ICCC and CAAs across the country are so critical, especially when you've got millions o! people facing an uncertain economic future," said Don Mathis, president and CEO of the Community Action Partnership. "Inter-County is proud to be your community action agency and looks forward to meeting the needs of the people living within out communities. We appreciate your support in helping make everyone feel like part oftheiI community." Learn more on-line at www. or stop in and see the staff at 207 Main Street Oklee. THANK YOU for the Graduate! ]o/$2so J' '] Farmers Independent Bagley, MN (218) 694-6265