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JANUARY 9, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE I MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY, MANKATO Meals are subject to change without notice ADAMS-EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Menu not available ADAMS-EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily: skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: yqgurt, toast, pineapple churtks 1,: macaroni hambm'ger hot dish, coleslaw, ccx-,kie or pear cups/salad bar I-'ri- B: cereal, toast L: baked potato bar (diced ham, low t,1t onions, bacon bits, chili w/beans el: Brcx:coli .'a up), baby carrots w/low fat ranch pineapple bits/salad bm- Mon- B: cereal, toast L: w.wh. beef burrito, Mexican corn ronmine lettuce, kiwi/salad bar M NTO ' )CHOOLS Tues- B: frosted cinnamon rolls. strawberries L: bee~ w. wh. macaroni & cheese, broccoli/caulJ flowel; v,:vch. bread, mixed fruit/salad bar Wed- B: cereal, toast L: chicken bits w/gravy; mashed potatoes, green beans, w.wh. Dfimer rolls, strawberry cups/salad bar FORDVILLE ~ LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs- B: assorted cereal, blueberry muffins, hot cocoa L: hot d~,;s, chips, potato salad, baked beans, w'g. tray, fruit sauce Fri- B: grilled cheese, L: txq~peroni pizza, salad and fruit sauce Mort- B: assorted cereal, toast L: spaghetti w/meat sauce, garlic cheese bread, .coleslaw, veF tra3& fruit sauce Tues: B: Erertch Io,mst L: D.~rk toast, mashed potatoes/gravy, green beans, coleslaw; fresh fruit Ved- B: scrambled 7,. taco in a bag, loppinqs, ve&gie bar, fl'uit, peanut butter ctx~kies Tues- chili/crackers, brown bread, cheese sticks, vetggie bar, sherbet Wed- baked potato bar, toppings, meatballs and smokies, VVGR dinner roll, " c~z/~.ies/fruit bar r ~n MADDOCK, ND. ---Five students from the eastern half of the state journeyed to Car- rington on Dec. 22 to compete in the Eastern Division Amer- ican Legion Oratorical Con- test. David Shelton, home- schooled son of Joe and Deborah Shelton of Arvilla, was one of those contestants. Each year this contest is open to high school students, who prepare a memorized speech on the U.S. Constitution and research tour possible addi- tional topics. The memorized oration is to be 8-10 minutes in length, and the topic chosen at the contest is to be 3-5 minutes long. Interested students can contact their local American Legion Posts to get more in- fomaation about the program. Participants are awarded schol- arships or other benefits at the various levels of competition. The students who placed first and second at the Eastern Division Contest - Anjali Lall of Fargo and David Shelton of Arvilla - will advance to state competition to be held at the American Legion Mid-Winter Conference in Minot on Feb. 2. The state winner is eligible to compete at the national level for up to $18,000 in scholar- ships. Photo: Submitted Above: Anjali Lall of Fargo and David Shelton of Arvilla placed first and second in the division oratorical competition. J Area student graduates from MSU, Mankato at winter commencement MANKATO, Minn. -- Min- ence in ellgineeling degrees, and nesota State University, Mankato 29 bachelor of science in social had more than 1,600 students work degrees. graduate during fall commence- Graduate level degrees pre- ment exercises held Saturday, sentedincluded 86 master of arts Dec. 15, 2012 in Bresnan Arena degrees, seven master of arts in at the Taylor Center on the Min- teaching degrees, l 1 master of nesota State Mankato campus, business administration degrees, Undergraduate students re- five master of fine arts degrees, ceiving recognition included 63 one master ofnmsic degrees, five students graduating summa cure laude, 171 students graduating master of public adlninistration magna cum laude and 184 stu- degrees, 171 master of science dents graduating cure laude, degrees, 23 master of science in Awarded at the undergraduate nursing degrees, 30 master of so- level were 25 associate of arts de- cial work degrees, and 30 spe- grees, 100 bachelor of arts de- cialist degrees. grees, 24 bachelor of fine arts Graduates included Jeremy degrees, 1,129 bachelor of sci-. Lund, of Pisek earning a MS in ence degrees, 14 bachelor of set- Education Technology. December Student of the Month Junior Marissa Odstrcil Marissa was nominated tbr this award because of her ability to bal- ance a demanding class schedule and still be involved in extracur- ricular activities. She is involved in SADD and puts in extra time with class fundraisers. She takes classes through North Dakota Cen- ter tbr Distance Learning. Maris- sa is considered to be a student that leads by example. Marissa is the daughter of Joel Odstrcil and Sher- ry Roinila. t['~r~rFm--~lr anoFlrrn r,n/'~Ar n*/~' 7 Completion of a minimum of 50 hours of documented and verified community sewice. Verification will be ac- cepted by a professional high school staff person, ministel, or businessperson. A list that includes the applicant's career objectives and :future goals. The applicant will also include an essay not to exceed 500 words about the importance of community serv- ice and why you want to go into the medical or nursing field. High School transcript signed by principal, counselor, or appropriate school official. Kelsey's tiamily hope's to be able to announce the winner at the awardee's graduation ceremony. The money accom- pawing the scholarship will be granted to the college upon official proofofenrolhnen, in the student's second semester in pursuit of a medical or nursing degree. "This is one way we can keep Kelsey's memory alive," said Michaela of her spunky, outgoing daughter. "She was one who wanted to pay it forward. That was her philosophy in life." Kelsey's friends and family kicked offfhndmising efforts for the Kelsey's Courage scholarship with a celebration of life, tree wilt offering picnic on Sept. 14, 2012, tbr Kelsey's 16th birthday. Those interested in contributing to Kelsey's Courage can also do so online. For more intbrmation about Kelsey, the scholamhip, to ap- ply, or to contribute, go to kelseyscourage-org.webs.com or like Kelsey's Courage on Facebook. Notices CITY OF EDINBURG COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS DECEMBER 17, 2012 Call to Order: Mayor Halldorson Present: All Present MSC: Denault, Sondeland approve minutes as read. MSC: Hall, Pewe to approve payment of bills beginning with check # 6696 through #6710 for a total of $3395.33 and approve the monthly financial statement with balance on hand of $24369.83. Old Business: Discussed Storage. Council will check with Contractor for feasibility of using Legion building for storage and costs of cleaning and updating. New Business: *MSC: Sondeland, Hall to approve policing contract with Walsh County Sheriffs department. *MSC: Pewe, Hall to approve gaming site application submitted by Park River Fire Department. *MSC: Denault, Hall to approve Bernice Flanagan and the General Store application for city sales tax money to put toward putting the store en the Walsh County Historical Building list. *MSC: Denault, Pewe to approve bills submitted by council members for work done during the year. Adjourn: Denault January 14, 2013 7 pm Respectfully submitted Vera Brandvold, Auditor (January 9, 2013) PARK RIVER SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2012 5:30 P.M. PARK RIVER, N.D. Regular board meeting held November 19, 2012. All members present. Others present were Christine Grove and Mark Bata. President Hahn called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. M: Brummond S: Laaveg to approve the October 9, 2012, Special Board Meeting Minutes, All in favor, MC. M: Thompson S: Heuser to approve the October 15, 2012, Regular Board Meeting Minutes, All in favor, M.C. M: Thompson S: Laaveg to approve the November 6, 2012, Special Board Meeting Minutes, All in favor, MC. FLEXIBLE BENEFITS/DISCOVERY BENEFITS 95.00 FLEXIBLE BENEFITS/DISCOVERY BENEFITS 2,784.94 GREATAMERICA LEASING CORP. 1,696.00 SAMSON ELECTRIC 2,509.54 BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF ND 8,502.48 MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES 319.50 THE HARTFORD PRIORITY ACCTS 2,146.94 AFLAC 1,624.10 REGION III 35.00 ALL-STATE MUSIC 96.00 RELAY FOR LIFE 1,319.00 AARON SCHRAMM 25.01 ALYSHA COFFMAN 16.00 AMAZON.COM CREDIT 1,113.09 ANGLE SOLSENG 51.00 BECKY SVOBODNY 119.45 BILL GALLOWAY 15.00 BRAD BRUMMOND 324.15 BRADY LAXDAL 184.20 BRENDA NILSON 324.15 BRENT ARNDT 30.00 CENTRAL DOOR & HARDWARE 169.15 CHAR MYRDAL 25.84 CHS CREDIT CARD 204.20 CULINEX 53.68 DAHLEN PLUMBING & HEATING 2,650.40 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTI 661.22 EBSCO SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES 326.39 GLENN ROST 15.00 GRAND FORKS PUBLIC SCHOOLS 222.12 GREATAMERICA LEASING CORP. 1,696.00 HEART OF THE VALLEY CONSORTIUM 1,200.00 HILYARD/HUTCHINSON 81.11 J.W. PEPPER & SON INC.80.99 JENNIFER THOMPSON 305.70 JESSICA GREICAR 15.00 JOYCE TORGERSON 79.75 KAY ALKOFER 79.75 KELLI O'TOOLE 81.80 KELLY HOUSER 324.15 KIERSTIN HURTT 15.00 KIRBY ERICKSON 22.20 LARIMORE SCHOOL DISTRICT 83.25 LARRY GAARDER 15.00 LEON'S BUILDING CENTER 1,354.35 LINDA LARSON 79.75 LORRAINE THOMPSON 79.75 M & D SEAMLESS 440.00 MARl BENNINGTON 45.00 MIDAMERICA BOOKS 145.91 MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES 1,392.49 NORTH STAR COOP 186.00 NORTH VALLEY VOCATIONAL CTR 27,002.00 PR STUDENT COUNCIL 240.00 RADISSON HOTEL 396.00 RAMKOTA HOTEL 1,314.00 ROBERT GOLL 395.10 SAMSON ELECTRIC 3,961.00 SHANNON MARKUSEN 128.41 SYSCO NORTH DAKOTA 1,012.30 THREE STAR DAIRY, INC. #10532-10548, $55,958.08, All in favor, 3,114.44 MC. TRACY LAAVEG 59.13 M: Laaveg S: Thompson to approve TRANE 1,340.00 the second reading of the Acceptable Use TYLER WASLASKI 43.50 policy, Descriptor Code: ACDA, All in UPPER VALLEY SPECIAL favor, M.C. EDUCATION 22,841.29 M: Thompson S: Houser to approve US FOODSERVICEGRGDIVISION the open enrollment application for 12,832.18 Tanner Jelinek, Brummond aye, VERIZON 210.04 Thompson aye, Houser aye, Hahn aye, WALSH COUNTY PRESS 575.16 Laaveg abstained, M.C. WALSH COUNTY RECORD M: Houser S: Thompson to approve 52.50 the non-tuition agreement with Grafton WATER& LIGHT DEPT 7,908.15 Public School for Chelsea Camache, WAYNES VARIETY 40.00 Brummond aye, Thompson aye, Houser WELCH'S BAKERY 849.55 aye, Hahn aye, Laaveg abstained, M.C. AMANDA GOLL 37.44 M: Laaveg S: Brummond to approve AMAZON.COM CREDIT 165.16 the hiring of Joanne Peterson with Title I COCA-COLA REFRESHMENTS reallocated funds, All in favor, M.C. 846.88 M: Brummond S: Thompson to hire D'S DESIGNS 456.00 Roger Moe as Assistant Boys' Basketball JOSTENS 1,598.40 coach, All in favor, M.C. JS WHOLESALE & VENDING Reports were received by: Kirk Ham - 317.81 Financial and Administrative, Brenda LARIMORE SCHOOL DISTRICT Nilson - Administrative, Aaron Schramm 83.74 -Administrative, Brad Brummond - NESS GRAPHICS 79.00 OUT TO LUNCH387.50 Vocational Center, Tracy Laaveg - Library PARK RIVER HIGH SCHOOL Report and REA. Other items of 48,793.09 discussion included: School Board PARK RIVER HIGH SCHOOL Convention, Superintendent Evaluation, 292.50 reorganization with Adams School District PR SQUARE 1,331.74 and the North Valley Vocational Center SAM'S CLUB 1,104.99 greenhouse project. THREE STAR DAIRY, INC. The next regular meeting is scheduled 682.19 for December 13, 2012, at 5:30 p.m. TROJAN PROMOTIONS 160.75 With no further business, the meeting TROPHIES & ENGRAVING adjourned at 7:15 p.m. 54.00 US FOODSERVICE GRG DIVISION 66.89 Diana Hahn, President M: Houser S: Thompson to approve the expenditures as follows: General Rebecca Svobodny, Business Manager Fund #124810-124870, $98,647.75; Payroll & Benefits #28207-28371, $283,208.79; Manual checks #12373- 12383, $21,128.50 and Special Activities(January 9, 2013) HELP WANTED TIOGA POLICE DEPARTMENT is accepting applications for lateral positions. Must be licensed in North Dakota or able to obtain a license upon employment. Salary DOE. EX- CELLENT benefit package. Experience Preferred. Contact City Hall at (701)664-2807 or send resume to: City of Tioga Attn: Police Commissioner, PO Box 218, Tioga ND 58852. LEAD AGRONOMIST/SALES POSITION available in cen- tral North Dakota. The right candidate will be experienced, self-motivated and professional. Position entails sales of chemical, fertilizer, bulk and commercial seeds in addition to agronomy services and support. Excellent compensation package including competitive salary health insurance and vacation time. Minimum 4 yrs experience necessary. If in- terested, call Terry at (701) 962-3343 or (701) 652-5934 or email resume to terry.weckerly@heftyseed.com NEEDED SATELLITE TV TECHS. Valid Drivers license, must past background and drug test. Great Pay opportu- nities home every night! email travis@northlandnd.com or text to (701) 400-3474. MAINTENANCE/EQUIPMENT OPERATOR and Water Op- erator for the City of Tioga, ND. $35,000-$40,000 Salary, DOE. EXCELLENT benefit package. Must pass drug test- ing and have clean driving record. Contact City Hall (701) 664-2807. CLASS A DRIVER to haul crude oil in Willston Basin area. Clean driving record, tanker & HAZMAT endorsements, winter driving experience preferred. Call Bill (701)527- 7215. OTR DRIVER WANTED. Class A, clean driving record. 17 central state operation. Home weekly depending on loca- tion. Pay based on experience. BenefitS. Call Bill (701) 527- 7215. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE WATFORD CITY COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT. Retail, professional office and restaurant lots in thriving new de- velopment along Main Street. Make your dream a reality! www.WatfordCitySouthPark.com. Brett (701) 570-9957. NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values are at all time highs! Contact Kevin Pifer (701) 238-5810 (kpifer@pifers.com) for Free Farmland Valuation Land Auctions & Farmland Man- agement Services. www.pifers.com WANTED: MINERAL INTERESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Ex- perienced Family Owned Oil Production & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAs- sets@qwestoffice.net, (877) 754-3111. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE STEELE FIRE DEPT. selling 1989 Ford tanker/water truck 2,000 gallon. Motor 7.8 Itr, 6 cyl. 9-speed. Regular main- tenance, delivery available $8,500 obo. (701) 220-1775. SAWMILLS FROM ONLY $3997.00 - Make & save money with your own bandmill - Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. FREE Info/DVD. www.Norwood- Sawmills.com (800) 578-1363 Ext. 300N. ND MEDIA GUIDE: Names, addresses, phone numbers, e- mails of all ND newspapers, radio/TV stations, specialty publications. Only $25. ND Newspaper Association, (701) 223-6397. YOU CAN PLACE a 25-word classified ad--like this one-- in every North Dakota newspaper for only $150. It's easy. Contact this newspaper for details. MISCELLANEOUS PUBLIC NOTICES ARE your connection to government - - available online and searchable by newspaper, city or key- word at www.ndpublicnotices.com.