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PAGE 6 THE PRESS JANUARY 18, 2012 Weekly SUDOKU 2 8 7 3 by Linda Thistle 8 3 6 7 1 4 8 5 3 2 1 4 9 5 5 7 2 6 6 9 1 7 1 6 1 4 7 5 4 6 9 2 Place a number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each small 9-box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine. DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: * r Moderate . -k Challenging *** HOO BOY! @ 2012 King Features Synd., Inc. 00Trivi00 I. COMICS: What is the name of Hi and Lois' young- 1. Is the Book of Micah in the Old or New Testament or neither? 2. From 1 Samuel 2, what mother brought her son a coat every year? Hannah, Elisa- beth, Rebekah, Sapphira 3. David met Goliath with his sling, and smooth stones to the number of... ? 2, 3, 4, 5 4. From Exodus 4, whom did God ask, "Who hath made man's mouth"? Eve, Noah, Moses, Adam 5. What is the total amount of chapters in Psalms? 23, 49, 150, 175 6. Who was the father of Gideon? Job. Jeremiah, Josiah, Joash ANSWERS: i) Old; 2) Hannah; 3) 5; 4)Moses; 5) 150; 6) Joash Wilson Casev "s trivia book "'Know It? ... or Not? "" is awHlable.yhom BearManor- Media. com. Public Notice Citx of Park River I  t 6 Z 9 8 I 1 I S 8 /. t,  t 6 9 6 9 1 8 t S L  : r 8 S 6  1;, 9 L : 1 9  8 L 9 r 6[ L ; 6 t 9 ix  g 8[ I 9 t L 8 6 S lz 8 6 t, t 9 z t' /. S 9 E 6 g 8 t JeMSu V noans IHeeNi est daughter? 2. HISTORY: Which Allied general defeated German field marshal Erwin Rommel in North Africa during World War 11? 3. POETRY: Who was the Greek creator of pastoral poetry? 4. ART: Which Early Renaissance artist painted "The Birth of Venus"? 5. TELEVISION: Who were the only witnesses to the shooting of Mr. Burns on "The Simpsons"? 6. EXPLORERS: What was the nationality of explorer Edmund Hillary? 7. MUSIC: Which actress/ singer's theme song was "Que Sera, Sera"? 8. U.S. PRESIDENTS: Who was the only bachelor to serve as U.S. president? 9. FAMOUS QUOTA- TIONS: What famous 20th- century leader once said, "'If I had no sense of humor, I would long ago have com- mitted suicide"? 10. LANGUAGE: What is the meaning of the word "aplomb"? Answers I. Trixie 2. Gen. Bernard Mont- gomery 3. Theocritus 4. Botticelli 5. Maggie and Santa's Lit- tle Helper (the dog) 6. New Zealand 7. Doris Day 8. James Buchanan 9. Mohandas Gandhi l 0. Confidence ) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc. , 71 CANCER SUPPORT, PARK RIVER Cancer Support meets at 7 p.m. the third Thursday of each month in the din- ing room of the Sunrise Apts. Good Samaritan Society - Park River. Everyone Welcome. CANCER SUPPORT, GRAFTON Unity Medical Center's Cancer Support Group will meet in the conference room at the hospital the first Monday of every month. The Cancer Support Group will meet at 5 p.m. for one hour. Come and share your story of loss, struggles, triumphs and tips for coping with cancer with others who are in similar situations as yours. Support groups are not just for people who have had cancer. Please contact Jayne at 352-1620 or email at umcjayneb@unitymedcenter.com. GOOD SAMARITAN AUXILIARY, PARK RIVER The Good Samaritian Society - Park River Auxiliary will meet at 2:30 p.m. the fourth Thursday of each month. All interested friends and relatives of the residents are welcome to attend. FCHC AUXILIARY MEETING, PARK RIVER The FCHC Auxiliary meets at 2:30 the second Friday of every month at the Ambulance building. YOGA CLASSES, EDINBURG Yoga classes will be held every Wednesday night starting at 6:15 p.m. at the Edinburg Community Center. [I UPCOMINGEV0000S II BOLOGNA COOK OFF, MINTO Harvey Ave. Saloon in Minto will be holding their 26th Annual Bologna Cook- Off Friday, Jan. 20 at 7:00 in the Minto Community Center, Minto, N.D. Any questions contact Chris Misialek at 701-248-3978. PR CEMETARY ASSN MEETNG, PARK RIVER The annual meeting of the Park River Cemetery Association will be held on Monday, Jan. 23 at 1:30 p.m. at the Park River Senior Citizens Center. Items on the agenda include annual reports and discussion on future projects, and election of new board member and officers. All members are encouraged to attend. PRBSs PBRI$COPBS II .PCOMlNOEv0000, I Ox CART TRAILS MEETING, DRAYTON Ox Cart Trails Historical Society will hold their quarterly meeting on Monday, Jan. 23 7:00 pm at Tisdale Manor Community Room, Drayton, ND. Anyone interested in preserving our heritage is encouraged to attend. For more information Marlys Boll, 701-454-6103, president@oxcarttrails.net WC SOCIAL SERVICE BOARD, GRAFTON The Walsh County Social Service Board will be holding their monthly meeting on Thursday, Jan. 26 at 9:00 a.m. in the Meeting Room at Walsh County Social Services. The board reserves the fight to close the meeting at any time. Persons needing special accommodations should contact Twila Novak, County Social Service Director at 352-5105. BABY SHOWER, ADAMS Please join us for a Baby Shower honoring Levi Scott Johnke, son of Scott and Katie (Bylin) Johnke on Saturday, Jan. 28 at 10:30 AM at Adams Mountain Lutheran Church in Adams. Everyone is WELCOME!!! BLOOD DRIVE, PARK RIVER Park River Blood Drive will be held Thursday, Feb. 2 at 12:30 p.m, to 5:45 p.m. In the Park River American Legion-Main Room. For an appointment contact: Pud Thompson at 284-6263 or Marion Onstad at 284-6472 or go to: www.bloodhero.com, sponsor code: parkriver Sponsored by DECCA Club VALENTINES DINNER FUNDRAISER, PARK RIVER The PRHS Choir will be holding a Valentines Dinner Sunday, Feb. 12 at Our Saviours Lutheran Church, Park River at 5:30p.m. Cost: $20 per person, includes Chicken Cordon Bleu, potato, salad, roll, dessert and live entertainment by the Park River High School Choir students. Tickets available from any Park River High School Choir student or Sheldon Weltz at the Park River High School. All proceeds used to send the PRHS Choir to Chicago, Illinois, May 31-June 3, 2012. SAVE THE DATE: CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION, DAHLEN Save the Date: Dahlen, N.D. will be celebrating its centennial on Saturday, July 7. The Dahlen Centennial committee has many events planned. Souvenirs are and will be available. Vendors will also be at the celebration. Details to follow. SAVE THE DATE: VETERANS BENEFIT FAIR, GRAFTON Save the Date. The Walsh County Veterans Service Office presents a Regional Veterans Benefits Fair to be held in Graflon on Saturday, July 28. Details to follow at a later time. If you would like your organization to have a booth at this event, please call Katrina at 352-5030. Public Notic O O NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS Dog Licenses are Due January 1, 2012 Delinquent March 1, 2012 Licenses May Be Obtained at the City Auditor's Office, Park River Veterinary Clinic Golden Valley Veterinary Service Agassiz Animal Hospital Neutered Male/Spayed Female - $2 Male - Female - $5 Proof of Rabies Vaccination Must be Shown At Time of License Purchase CITY OF PARK RIVER Tom Larson, City Auditor CITY OF PARK RIVER DOG CONTROL ORDINANCE Running at large prohibited. No owner or keeper of a dog shall permit such dog to run at large at any time upon the streets, public places, public ways, school grounds, or upon the premises of any person other than the owner or keeper of such dog. Dogs declared to be a nuisance. Any dog is hereby declared a public nuisance within the City of Park River which, 1) shall frighten, annoy, bark at, or chase any person or vehicle, or 2) shall by loud and frequent yelping, barking, or howling annoy any person, or 3) shall, if a female dog, be in heat, or 4) shall destroy any property not the property of the owner or keeper, or 5) shall not have been inoculated against rabies if over six (6) months of age, or 6) shall not have a collar and license tag when required. The owner or keeper thereof shall be subject to penalty not exceeding Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) or by imprisonment not to exceed thirty (30) days, or by both, for each such offense. A copy of the full Park River Dog Control Ordinance is available at the City Auditor's Office. (January 11, 18, 2012) Regular Council Meeting City of Park Rixer CITY OF PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA, REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING, MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2011 AT 7:30 RM. The City of Park River held their regular meeting of the Park River City Council on Monday, December 12, 2011 at 7:30 P.M. Mayor Stenvold called the meeting to order with the following present: Blake, Knutson, Lundquist, Anderson, City Attorney Steve Currie, Public Works Director Dennis Larson, Business Manager Tom Larson, and Deputy Auditor Ann Berg. Absent: Praska & Byron. Lundquist moved to approve the minutes of the November 14, 2011 Regular Council meeting as presented. Anderson seconded, and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. Anderson moved to approve the following bills for payment. Knutson seconded, and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. GENERALFUND: 27077 BC/BS of ND 947.46 78 Advanced Engineering 700.00 79 27080 81 82 83 206.00 84 Dahlen Plbg & Ht 554.90 Demester Cleaning 230.00 DFD Express 4,450.48 Discovery Benefits 67.34 Farmers Union Serv Assoc General Funded Deprec. 20,000.00 85 Jim's Super Valu 51.74 86 Langdon Fire Equip 225.00 87 Lon's Hardware 38.38 88 Michael Todd Co 347.98 89 Municipal Utilities 23,644.13 27090 Mun.Gov. Acad. 15.00 91 North Star Coop 1,001.49 92 Northdale Oil, Inc 1,329.33 93 Polar Comm. 524.27 94 PR Airport Auth 75.80 95 PR Implement LLC 61.24 96 PR Park District 103.76 97 PR Public Library 100.13 98 Quill Corp228.07 99 Special Funds 180.99 27100 St Imprv Dist 608.03 01 Wayne's Variety 89.34 02 WC Auditor 9,182.28 03 WC Hwy Dept 400.00 04 Glenn Rost 250.00 05 MDU 271.25 06 NDPERS 119.55 07 NDPERS 162.53 08 NDPERS 483.90 EFTPS (WH, SS, MED) 12-15-11 MU 442.94 EFTPS (WH, SS, MED) 12-15-11 MU Bonus 21.16 EFTPS (WH, SS, MED) 12-15-11 MU OT 6.43 1395 Shelley MacDonald 74.11 EFTPS (WH, SS, MED) 12-30-11 MU 841.71 EFTPS (WH, SS, MED) 12-30-11 MU Unused Vacation 334.41 A.W. Municipal Utilities 4,801.98 A.W. ND ST Tax Comm 1,525.99 MUNICIPAL UTILITIES: 30814 BC/BS of ND 4,614.74 15 Roger A Johnson 211.50 16 Advanced Engineering 2,800.00 17 AmeriPride Linen 118.15 18 Tim Biermaier 25.27 19 Border States Elec 6,074.74 30820 Butler Mach. 197.27 21 City of Fargo 28.00 22 GF Utility Bill 189.00 23 Consolidated Waste, LTD 15,963.50 24 25 26 500.00 27 28 2,267.30 29 30830 31 32 33 34 1,614.91 35 36 37 38 39 8,437.30 30840 41 42 4,089.21 43 44 Discovery Benefits 461.66 Discovery Benefits 22.00 Domestic Violence & Abuse Kevin Ellingson 32.15 Ferguson Waterworks MU Funded Deprec 19,800.00 Hawkins, Inc 267.50 Jim's Super Valu 13.98 KBM, Inc 721.50 Kringstad Ironworks 146.08 Lagoon Maintenance Langdon Fire Equip 59.25 Light & Water Dept 1,195.92 Lon's Hdwr 37.43 Ben J Mertens 16.06 Michael Kilmer Const Municipal Utilities 626.52 ND One Call Inc 13.00 Nodak Electric Coop North Star Coop 169.02 North Dale Oil 991.93 45 197.29 46 47 4,728.24 48 49 30850 3,575.00 51 7,466.80 52 53 54 55 56 1,500.00 57 3,450.00 58 59 30860 61 62 63 64 Polar Communications PR Impl 16.64 Pristine Water Solutions Quill Corp80.43 Samson Elec 6.06 Spec Fund Eco Dvlpmt Thatcher Co of Montana Vern/Kristi Totlefson 200.50 True North Steel 45.50 Verizon W;. eless 46.87 Water Bd :d 05 4,830.00 Water Iml: ove Dist #95-1 Water Rev Bd Fd Phase II Water Sur Charge 5,000.00 NDPERS 550.57 General Fund 6,053.63 NDPERS 507.59 NDPERS 15.60 NDPERS 2,423.00 Postmaster 230.10 6389-97 Salaries 12-15-11 10,938.54 EFTPS (WH, SS, MED) 12-15-11 3,384.93 6398-6407 Christmas Bonus 12-15-11 950.00 EFTPS (WH, SS, MED) Bonus 12-15-11 112.80 6408 131.63 6409 477.41 6410 Vac 6411 Vac 6412 Vac 6413 45.72 6414 60.77 6415 Vac Ann Berg 2011 Unused Vac Galen Bosh 2011 Unused Vac Dennis Larson 2011 Unused 1,226.12 Thomas Larson 2011 Unused 1,058.17 Stefan Linstad 2011 Unused 548.96 Stefan Linstad 12-15-11 OT Jeffrey Wilmer 12-15-11 OT Jeffrey Wilmer 2011 Unused 471.09 EFTPS (WH, SS, MED) 12-21-11 Unused Vac 824.81 EFTPS (WH, SS, MED) 12-15-11 OT 8.55 6416-24 Salaries 12-30-11 10,938.54 EFTPS (WH, SS, MED) 12-30-11 2,986.16 A.W. ACH Charge 11.35 A.W. NMPA 130,657.13 PR Park District 5,448.00 Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson Markusen Surveying Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson SPECIAL FUNDS: 3250 PR Development Corp 8,250.00 3251 3252 694.88 3253 525.00 3254 3,575.00 3255 General Fund 9,600.00 3256 General Fund 16,017.43 3257 05 Sales Tax Rev Bd Fd 10,215.16 Jolene Halldorson, director of the Domestic Violence & Abuse Center, presented information to the Council. The Center serves the Counties of Cavalier, Pembina, and Walsh and they provide shelter to battered women and their children. Halldorson stated that federal and state funding is decreased every year and the Center must look to counties, cities, and private sources for help with funding. Halldorson informed the Council that the Center will be celebrating 30 years of service. They will be adding offender classes as well as proving support to abuse victims. Halldorson is seeking support in the form a one year term of service contract between the City of Park River and the Domestic Violence and Abuse Center. Blake moved to approve a $500.00 one year term of service contract. Knutson seconded, and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. Katherine Lunde, coordinator of the Walsh County Historic Preservation Commission, is asking the Council to consider nominating the City Hall Auditorium for placement on the National Historical Register. Being listed could make the building eligible for preservation funding from the State Historic Preservation Office. They have a grant cycle every year and only properties on the register may apply for the funding. The Council questioned if there were any adverse effects to having a building on the registry. The application cost is approximately $3,000 with 60% paid by the state and 40% paid by the city. Lundquist moved to table the matter until additional information is received. Anderson seconded, and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. Last month, discussion on the Water Bond Fund #95-1 Clearwelt Project of 1995 loan payoff was tabled until it could be reviewed by the city attorney. S. Currie informed the Council that language in the ordinance states once sufficient funds had been collected to pay off the loan the $3.75 sur-charge would be discontinued. Discussion regarding costs associated with the eventual repair and or replacement of the water distribution system including the water tower took place. D Larson informed the Council the water tower had been inspected recently and was waiting for the findings and the costs associated with the repairs. Lundquist asked if collection of the sur-charge could continue and the funds placed in reserve to be used for water tower repair or replacement or improvements to the water distribution system. Currie informed the Council that they would need to approve an ordinance to continue to collect the sur-charge and designate the funds for water distribution repair/replacement. Lundquist moved to approve the first reading of an ordinance to continue collecting the $3.75 per month sur-charge to be used for water distribution system repair/replacement. Blake seconded, and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. The Park River Sales Tax Committee submitted the following recommendations to the Park River City Council for approval: Anderson moved to approve the following payments; $7,500 to the Park River Development Corp to assist with reviewing and promoting economic development projects and $750 to support the Small Business Development Center, and a total of $5,548 to the Park River Park District for the sand volleyball court, swimming pool doors and youth football and baseball equipment. Blake seconded, and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. Progress continues on the Walsh Grain Terminal project. T Larson presented to information to the Council on a Service Line Warranty Program. This program is endorsed by the National League of Cities and serviced by Utility Service Partners, Inc. The program sells warranties to customers that cover underground water and sewer lines from the point of connection to the city's main line to the customer's water meter and where the sewer line enters the home. Lundquist moved to table the matter until additional information is received. Blake seconded, and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. The American Red Cross would like to renew its agreement to use the City Hall Auditorium as an emergency shelter if needed. The Council had approved the agreement in 2009 and the terms stated that the agreement was perpetual unless canceled by either party with 30 days notice. T. Larson will contact the Red Cross to find out why the agreement needs to be renewed at this time. T. Larson presented the 2012 Municipal Utility budget to the Council. Larson explained that the electric utility budget will need to be amended due to system upgrades that have not been finalized. Knutson moved to give the full-time city employees a $100 Christmas bonus after taxes and part-time city employees a $50 Christmas bonus after taxes. Blake seconded, and upon roll call vot  all voted aye. Motion carried. ,;i:  Being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 8:49 PM. Dan Stenvold, Mayor ATTEST: Tom Larson, City Auditor (January, 18, 2012)