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COMMUNITY THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2 I, 2015 Pase 5 BISi IARe-K, N.D. -- In ob- 65. servat(on of National Cervical Heahh'Awareness IvJonth this Jan- uary, the North Dakota Department of Health is reminding women to get screened for cervical cancer. Each year, approximately 12,000 women in the United States get cervical cancer and over 4,000 women die from the disease, ac- cording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). However, as many as 93 percent of cervical cancers could be pre- vented through cervical cancer screening and human papillo- mavirus (HPV) vaccination. The main cause of cervical cancer is the human papillo- mavirus (HPV), the most common sexually transmitted infection in the United States. Most people with HPV do not even know they have it because they never have symptoms or problems. Usually the body's immune system will fight off the infection, but some- times an HPV infection does not go aWay and can cause abnormal changes in the cells of the cervix. If that happens, treatment may be needed. If left untreated, abnormal changes can eventually lead to cer- vical cancer. Regular screening tests, like the Pap test and the HPV test, can prevent cervical cancer. The Pap test is a screening test that can de- tect the abnormal changes in the cervical cells before they become cancer. If cancer does occur, the Pap test can find it early when it is easier to treat. An HPV test can find any of the types of HPV that can cause the. abnormal cell changes on the cervix. The HPV test is done at the same time as the Pap test. Current guidelines recommend women have a Pap test every three years beginning at age 21. Women ages 30 to 65 should have a Pap test along with an HPV test every five years or a Pap test alone every three years. WOmen with certain risk facbrs may need to have more fi-equert screening or continue screening beyond age Vaccines also have the potential to protect people from the HPV in- fections that can cause cancer. There are currently two vaccines available for people 11 to 26 years old. Both protect against HPV strains 16 and 18, the two main types of HPV that cause approx- imately 70 percent of all cervical cancers. However, it is important that women who have been vac- cinated still get regular Pap tests. "Unfortunately, many women do not get regular Pap tests be- cause they are uninsured or un- derinsured," said Barb Steiner with the North Dakota Department of Health. "The good news is that Women's Way may be able to help women pay for their Pap and HPV test." Women's Way, North Dakota's Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program, is available to eligible North Dakota women ages 40 through 64. Women's Way may provide a way to pay for pelvic exams, Pap tests, clinical breast exams and mammograms. Women's Way is now also avail- able to women ages 21 to 39 who meet specific eligibility require- ments. To learn more about Women's Way or to see if you are eligible, call 1.800.44 WOMEN or visit www.ndhealth.gov/wom- ensway. Another option is the North Dakota Family Planning Program, which provides reproductive health services to women, including Pap tests, pelvic exams and breast ex- ams. Family Planning has nine main clinics and 12 satellite clin- ics located throughout the state. Clients are charged for services ac- cording to their household in- come and family size. To learn more about the Family Planning Program, call 701.328.2228 or visit http://www.ndhealth.gov/fam- ilyplanning/to find a clinic near you. : ,' ' To learn more about cervical cancer or HPV, visit www.can- cer.org or www.cancer.gov. S.-vvr rAC 3 and running errands or doing chores may also provide transportation. Mass transit: Public transporta- tion (buses, trains, subways, etc.) where available, can also be an af- fordable option and may offer sen- ior reduced rates. Hire someone: If your mom lives in an area where there are lim- ited or no transportation services available, another option to consid- er is to pay someone in the com- muftity to Consider hiring ii:'neighlSor, ?et e , high school or college student that has a flexible schedule and wouldn't mind mak- ing a few extra bucks. Where to Look To find out what transportation services are available in your mom's community, contact the Rides in Sight national toll-free call center at 855-607-4337 (or see ridesin- sight.org), and the Eldercare Loca- tor (800-677-1116), which will di- rect you to her area agency on ag- ing for assistance. Also contact local senior centers, places of worship and retirement communities for other possible op- tions. And check with her state de- partment of transportation at www.fhwa.dot.gov/webstate.htm, and the American Public Trans- portation Association at public- transportation.org. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit Savvy- Senior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of "The Savvy Senior '" book By David Larson of Briggs Avenue was reported to have cost ered in the Milk River area. for The Press barely more than $8,000 in 1896.) The Altar The high school basketball team defeated the PARK RIVER, N.D. -- One of the ques-Society raised the entire amount. The struc- Inkster independents, 40-4. They went on to tions you readers of 2015 might have is this ture measures 38'x72', and rises 50' to the top defeat Adams 66-8. The teams played at one: how much has newspaper reporting of the dome, which is surmounted by an 8' Aamoth's roller skating rink. changed from a century ago? Consider this re- cross covered in gold leaf. The interior will be Among the new books received by the pub- porting of a woman run over by a train south electrically lit, and the structure will be much lic library are Tarzan of the Apes, and six of Grafton: A young woman (mentioned by warmer in winter, being heated by a furnace Thornton Burgess books, including the Ad- name) probably threw herself under the NP rather than the stove that supplied heat to the ventures of Jerry Muskrat. train because of a quarrel with her boyfriend old St. Veronica's church. Karl Farup has been appointed president of (also mentioned by name) "Her body, muti- The three local banks reported their assets the First National Bank, succeeding founder lated and scattered over a mile and a quarter as of the end of the year. The Bank of Park Riv- David Beecher. KD Bennett has been pro- of the Northern Pacific track...One arm was er has a total value of $348,000; Farmers Se- moted to Cashier found three miles from where she was run curity Bank reports $165,000, and First Na- John Wadge is dead. He was born in down." Identification was possible only be- tional Bank $357,000. The State Bank of Pisek Cornwall, England in 1830. He built a sub- cause of clothes remnants and keys. reports $157,000. All four banks are thriving, stantial home on Code Avenue, just across the On a less gruesome note, the first service in WG Kohnen has returned to Shelby, Mon- street to the north from the Episcopal Church. the new St. Mary's Church was held in late De- tana after visiting relatives for Christmas. The list of students who have been neither cember, 1914. The building cost $7;000 (By Kohnen anticipates a big boom in the area be- absent nor tardy includes Ella Hanson and way of comparison the Birder house at the end cause ofoil--a good supply has been discov- Clement Kenney. Second week into the session: By Tom Campbell mother-law funeral last Tues- going. I want nothing morenext biennium Sen. District 19 day, being vice chair, this gave than to remove and to prevent 2. Property tax relief: Gov. BISMARCK, N.D. -- Sec- me my first opportunity to chair the person who chooses to requests more vs. States loss oil ondweek of the session started the committee for the entire drink and drive off the road. rev. off with about 15% of the leg- day. I enjoyed it and gave me You will hear more about this 3. Education; islators and many staff sick an opportunity to lead in the as it gets closer to committee A. State Boards President with the flu, lets hope that is not passing of four bills, hearing. Diederich's resignation pres- an indication of how are 64th I am actively pushing for aRural Leadership ND, a pro- sured by Senate's vote of en- session will progress, bill to fast track legislation to gram that builds leadership dorsement that never had to Grafton's Mayor Chris West, endorse the growing of Hempskills for individuals across ND Nick Ziegelmann and John in ND. The Nat'l farm bill made to teach participants leadership happen? Markeson came down to testify it legal to grow but there are skills to bring back to their B. Early childhood educa- to the appropriations commit- many additional hurdles forcommunity had a reception for tion? tee for Senate Bill 2020 re- states to attain in order to plant legislators last Thursday. I en- C. Common Core, where questing money for our it. I have successfully set up joyed visiting with Julie Gem- do you stand? For or Against? diversion project in Grafton. meetings with Doug Goehring, mill & Laura Rutherford, both D. Civic testing? Passed The state water commission Ag Commissioner and others to from district 19, who sat with the House; are we regulating budget is being funded at $1.4 push this forward. This would me during the Senate session too much? hillian this biennium up 1/2 be a great cash crop for NDwho are currently participating 4. Funding for infrastructure $bi!lion for all the new de- which has proven to be a great in this program. Way to go! in the West, Surge Fund. mands for diversion projects, success in Canada, where they Had an update from the Even though we live in one flood control projects and water currently export over $ lbillion WSI, Work Force Safety, which of the most successful states supply programs. Grafton was of Hemp products to the US.is the department who imple- obviously not the only city ask- Twelve states have passed laws ments the work comp for all that we can brag number one in ing for state help and competi- and we need to catch up; employees and employers inalmost every economic sector, tion for funds is being Thomas Jefferson signed thethe state. Bryan Klipfel, direc- I will always remember the prioritized by the water corn- declaration of Independence on tor, explained how ND is one of "road to perfection is always mission. Hemp paper. If we are success- the best run in the nation corn- under construction" and con- Wally Goulet, formerly from ful, we plan on signing this bill pared to other states worktinue to work hard with your Grafton, gave our IBL, Indus- on Hemp paper as well. comp rates that are almosthelp in promoting our district try, Business & Labor commit- Sobriety Checkpoints elimi- twice that of ND. 19 that I am so proud to live in. tee report on ND's Economic nation bill that Representative Mark Weber, former Ameri- I welcome all emails voicing Development Strategic Plan. Becker asked me to sign on,can Crystal Sugar Beet Execu- your concerns on bills and need HeischairmanoftheNDEco- has created more media interest tive President and an old your help in deciding what is nomic Development Founda- than I expected. I am open to NDSU college buddy of minebest for district 19. Email or tion, living in Bismarck. ND comments from both sides and stopped by to visit; he told me call tomcampbetl@nd.gov or has 22,000 job openings which my objective on signing onto his dad was a former 1965 Sen- 701-520-2727 I really appreci- has spurred them to launch a this bill is to look for more suc- ator. We found his picture on an ate the additional interest com- workforce recruitment titled cessful ways to deter drinking office wall. I am introducing a "Find the Good Life in ND". and driving. I have overwhelm- Bill for Mark you will hear ing from District 19! This campaign has increased ingly heard from many con- about later. Thanks Senator Tom Camp- work force 4.9% from last year. stituents from my district who Hot topics for the state this bell Chairman of the Industry, would like it discontinued and session! Editor's Note: Campbell is a Business & Labor Committee only heard from law enforce- 1. Oil prices/tax triggers, Senator in the North Dakota Senator Klein had to attend his ment to keep sobriety testspossible loss of $5.8 billion Senate for District 19. Your classified ad will appear in all 90 North Dakota , iily and:weekly newspapers Call yournewspaper or !,866-685-8889 HELP WANTED Details visit www.ksjbam.com or email mrra- STUTSMAN COUNTY HOUSING Authority dio@ksjbam.com. EOE (SCHA) in Jamestown, ND, is looking for an Assis- MCLEAN COUNTY IS hiring one or more full- tant Executive Director. Complete information is time Jailer/E-911 Dispatchers. For more informa- available at stutsmancountyhousing.com, tion regarding this position. Call 701-462-8541 or JOHN DEERE GOLF & Turf Sales Representa- e-mail Ifoss@nd.gov. tive - C&B Operations, LLC. Here's an opportunity IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR full-time parts per- to work for a progressive John Deere dealership as son at GM dealership in Harvey, N.D. Benefits. Stop a Golf and Turf Equipment Sales Representative. in or call Ripplinger Motors at 701-324-2244. This full time position is headquartered at Potter EXPERIENCED AG SERVICE TECHNICIANS County Implement, Gettysburg, SD, with a territory and Parts positions open at Farmers Union Oil, of the eastern halves of South Dakota and North Kenmare. Excellent wage/benefits package. Call Dakota. Employee will represent C&B Operations, Terry, 701-385-4277 for application or emaU: terry- LLC to sell and demonstrate new/used mowing and fuoil@restel.com turf care equipment, and coordinating parts and LEADING EDGE EQUIPMENT, Carrington, ND, service support. Vehicle and travel expenses pro- seeks to fill two full-time positions, one Parts Per- vided. Sales experience preferred, but will train, sonnel and one Service Technician. Both include C&B Operations, LLC is a multi- store John full health insurance, 401k package, paid holidays Deere dealership with 24 stores in five states, in- and vacation, sick leave, fair wage compensation. cluding SD, MN, ID, MT& WY. Full benefit package Communication and computer skills necessary - including health, dental, life insurance, 401k, corn- along with knowledge of farm equipment. Training petitive pay and personal growth opportunities, available through John Deere. Stop in or call 701- Contact: Mark Buchholz, SD Regional Manager at: 652-3144 or 800-826-3610 and ask for Gaylen. 605-769-2030 or BuchholzM@deerequipment.comWANTED: EXPERIENCED HYDRO-VAC OP- CITY OF LAMOURE, accepting applications forERATOR to work in western ND Dickinson area. police officer. Salary range $32,000 to $40,000 Should have good knowledge of all hydro-vac op- DOE. Retirement & health insurance benefits. ND erations. Pay depending on experience. 701-367- peace officer certification necessary. Send resume: 0917. City Auditor, PO Box 215, LaMoure, ND 58458. SALES AGRONOMIST, CUSTOM Applicator, More information: 701-883-5957. seasonal and fulltime Truck Driver, class A or B li- MEDICAL CLINIC MANAGER. Rural health cense, positions open at FU Oil, Kenmare, ND and clinic, Linton, ND, immediate opportunity. Compet- Powers Lake, ND. Growing company with newer Rive salary/excellent benefits. Qualifications: Reg- equipment and fertilizer plants. Excellent salary, istered Nurse or 3-5 years management 401K, BC\BS, vacation, acreage bonus. Call Scott, experience. Send resume: 701-848-6172. email: fuoilkenmare@hotmail.com suem@lintonhospital.com. Equal Opportunity Em- MISCELLANEOUS WANTED ployer. LEGAL REPRESENTATION NEEDED: Dickin- RADIO ANNOUNCER: FT afternoons; KSJB- son divorce. Attorney must have expertise in Do- AM. Local, independent, stable. Quality small mar- mestic Abuse, marital fraud, financial infidelity and ket for entry level or veterans tired of Corporate. abandonment issues and passionate to vindicate victims. 701-677-1789. BUSINESSES FOR SALE HARDWOOD FLOOR BUSINESS for sale: Everything you need to start working tomorrow. In- stall, sand, refinish. Buy the business or the equip- ment. Call 701-799-0139. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 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 Management Services. www.pifers.com MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE LOOKING FOR THE most complete listing of ND Media? ND Media Guide. Only $25! Call (701) 223-6397, ND Newspaper Association. LET NORTH DAKOTA know what you have to sell. For $150, you can place a 25-word classified ad in every North Dakota newspaper. Contact this newspaper for details. AUCTIONS SPORTSMAN'S AUCTION: RIFLES, shotguns, pistols, ammo & reloading, vehicles, motorcycle, boat, 4-wheeler, more. Saturday, February 7, 2015, 11:00 am CST, GrandView Beulah, ND. www.wolf- fauctioneers.com 701-983-4573. LAND AUCTIONS LAND & MINERAL AUCTIONS - Billings, Stark & Dunn Counties - February 18, 2015, 11 a.m. & 1 p.m. Contact Agents: Andy Mrnak/Jim Sabe - 701.523.7366 or Kevin Pifer - 701.238.5810 Pifer's Auction & Realty, view all information at www.pifers.com. MISCELLANEOUS VISIT THE NORTH Dakota NewspaperAssoci- ation Hall of Fame kiosk at the ND State Heritage Center, Bismarck, to learn about the newspaper pi- oneers of the state.