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i JANUARY 23, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 7 THE SCIENCE OF SUCCESS, Meals are subject to change without notice ADAMS- EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Thurs- B: cinnamon rolls, sauce L: hot ham and chee~, French fries, salad, sauce Fri- B: cereal, ycNurt, juice L: chicken enchilada, corn, shredded cheese, lettuce, rice puddil~/raisins, fl'uit Mort- B: cereal, y~urt, juice L: spaghetti w/meat sauce, green Lx:ans, garlic toast, salad, sauce 'rues- B: tacq, o, sauce l,: v~;etable soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers, salad, ~mce Wed- B: toast, sauce 1,: hot dog, French fries, salad, sauce ADAMS- EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily: skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: gralmfruit slices, toast I,: ham, creamy oven rice, green [x~ans, tropical apples/salad bar Fri- B: cereal, toasl I= chili, w.wh. rolls, broccoli,frozen peach cups/salad bar Mort- B: cereal, toast L: sausage patties, w.wh. forint, romaine lettuce, bananas/salad bar 'rues- B: French toast, orange slices L: rib patties on w.wh. buns, overt fries, spinach salad, oranges/salad bar Wed- B: cereal, toast i.: chicken patties, mashed potatoes, w.wh. garlic toast, creame*t corn, blueberry crisp/salad bar FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk ~ bread are served daily. Meals are subject to charge. Thurs 13: frosted long johns, assorted cereal l,: baked potalo bin; assorted toppings, frtfil salad, v%%. tray, tYuit sauce Fril B: fried e&gs L: subs w/assorted toppings, nachos w/cheese sauce, veg. lray, fresh fruit Men- B: assorted cereal, toast l.: hot ham, cheese, pasta alfredo, salad bar, fruit sauce Tues- B: breakfast pizza L: chicken burq, ers, French fries, chicken flavored rice, ~fla~d bar, fruit sauce Wed- B: cinnamon roils, assorted cereal, he! cL.~2oa,l2 mashed potato lvat Jqambt,t~ in gravy, gla,~t~t,carrots, veB/~:,>~ray, fresh fruit MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at all b**eak asts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with aH meals. Thurs- B: assorted mtfffins, y~gurt L: tYolish sausages on a bun, baked D tato chips, baked beans, ve&gies, fruit cups Fri- B: omelets, toast L: Chicken patty on a bun, green beans. v~z~gies, and fruit cup. Mon- B: bagels with cream ch~se, ycNur! L: ham and turkey subs, baked D.~tato chips, cheese, ve&gies, fruit cups Tues-omelets, loast I,: taco salad, corn chips, sour cream, cheese, lettuce, salsa, w -&q, ies, fruit cups Wed- B: French toast, sausage links, L: pizT~L ve~z~,e, ies, ice cream treat PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs- B: %w~.g, cheese bi~uit, frtul L: beef burrilo, refried beans, salad bar/f full Fri- B: race to go, fruit L: chicken strips, pasta salad, salad bar/IYuit Mort- B: breakfast on a stick, fruil L: taco salad, corn, salad bar/fruit Tues- B: cereal, toast, fruit L: chicken burgers, raw ve~gies, salad bar/fruit Wed- B: pancakes, sausage L: hmnburger hot dish, green beans, salad bar/fruit VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HooPLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veg,gie, Dessert served with aH meals. Thurs- hot tnrkey and gravy, mashed potatoes, WB dinner roll, green Ioeans, pineapple Fri- lurkey sub sandwich, sliced chee~, romaine lettuce, tomatoes, mayo, cookout carrots, peaches Men- spekv;hetti/meat sauce, WG breadstick, celery, broccoli, ranch, pe~ws Tues- chicken burger, smilie txJtatc~es, carrots, romaine lettuce, green beans, applesauce Wed- hot dogs, baked tin.arts, tater tots, romaine lettuce, broccoli, carrots, peaches VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH (EDINBURG) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veg.gie, Dessert served with all meals. Thurs- soup choice, sandwiches. salad bar, fl'uit Fri- hot ham & cheese, pioneer beans, ve~;ie bar, fruit, push-ups Men- BBQs, ve&gie bar, baked chips, beans, fruit Tues- chicken stick.s, hash browns, Italian pasta salad, v~gie/fruit bar We.t- pork roast gravy, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, VGR dinner roll, ve&gie/ fruit bar Professional grade: FARGO, N.D. -- North Dakota State Col- lege of Science and North Dakota Case 1H regional dealers has mmounced an educational partnership offering a two-year diesel technology program fo- cusing on Case IH agri- cultural equipment and technology. Through this innova- tive partnership, incoming students will be sponsored by participating Case IH dealerships. Sponsorships will be customized by each dealer and could in- clude tuition assistance, hl- temships, branded dealer uniforms and/or reim- bursement for technician toolkits. Students may seek out dealer sponsors directly or request assis- tance securing a dealer sponsor from the College. (Dealers collaborating with NDSCS on the Case IH educational partner- ship are attached.) "We have a critical need for highly-trained dealer teclmicians," said David Meyer, Titan Ma- chinery chairman and chief executive officer. Meyer serves as chair- man for the North Dako- N th Dldtl~l State Cc41~e of ~,cie~ e~ Participating Case IH Dealership Partners Erlckson Implement, Inc. Titan Machinery Inc. Camngton, N [3 Arthur N D Cassetton N O Frontier Equipment, LLC Fargo N D W)lliston. N D Grand Forks N D Jamestown. N D Hansons Auto & Implement Inc.Kintyre, NO Cavalier N O Kulm, N D Graffon N D Lamoure, N D Li0gerwood N D High Plains Equipment t.isbon N D Devils Lake N D Mayvllle, N.D Lelm Implement Inc, Wahpelen ND ~" Fessenden N D Wishek N D Harvey. N D Uglern-Ness Company Norlhwood, ND I = Northern Equipment, lnc, Rugby ND West Plains, Inc. Northern Plains Equipment Co. Beach, ND Mandan ND Bowman ND New Salem ND Dickinson, ND Hettinger, N D. Stanley Equipment Inc. Stanley N D tahnplement DealersAs- NDSCS allows North sociation and the North Dakota Case IH dealers to Dakota representative on ensure the ongoing qual- theCase IHDealerAdvi-ity of the technician sory Board. "As we con- pipeline in our state." tinue to provide best in Pmgram gmduates will class solutions for our earn an Associate in Ap- customers and suppliers, plied Science degree in we must invest in recruit- Diesel Technology - Case ing and educating future Ill. Curriculum will in- technicians throughout our elude a tbcused study in system. Partnering with powertrains, electrical/ electronics, and Case IH- related hydraulic and farming systems. Class size will be limited to 20 students almually. The Diesel Technology - Case IH program will be taught at the College's diesel technology facility in Wahpeton, N.D be- ginning August 2013. Classes will be taught in Bisek Hall, currently un- dergoing a $10.3 million expansion that when coln- pleted in June 2013, will position NDSCS as one of the largest diesel techni- cian educational thcilities in North America featur- ing 110,000 sq. ft. of diesel-specific education- al space. "We are pleased to add Case IH to our reputable list ofpamiers and value their contributions to this program," said Dz: John Richman, NDSCS presi- dent. "The Nol h Dakota legislature provided a sig- nificant contribution to- ward building a world- class diesel educational fhcility here and, with this additional space, the time is right to add this highly- technical Diesel Technol- ogy - Case IH prograln." Fulbright Scholarships available for Park River Area Students to Study at Globe Theater STAMFORD, Conn. --- The American Institute For Foreign Study (AIFS), a leading study abroad organization, is pleased to announce that its' Shake- speare's Globe Education Theater Program has been selected by the Fulbright Commission as one of their prestigious Summer Institutes tbr the next three years. Three Fulbright scholarship winners will attend AIFS' Shakespeare's Globe Education Theater Pro- gram each year frorn 2013 to 2015. Students that win the award will have the majority of their pro- bright.asp. "It is an honor for the Fulbright Commission to recognize AIFS and our Shakespeare Theater Pro- gram," states William L. Gertz, President and CEO of AIFS. "We are proud to bring Shakespeare to American students through this once-in-a- lifetime opportunity of studying and performing on the very stage in which he worked at the his- toric Globe Theater." AIFS is one of seven college summer programs designated by the Fulbright Commission as Sum- gram costs covered including round-trip aiffare, tu- mer Institutes. AIFS' Shakespeare's (]lobe Educa- ition and fees, accomlnodations, insurance, social Theater,Prograln was also given the Summer program and meals. On the Shakespeare's Globe 'Education Theater, Institute honor in 2012. The U.S.-U.K. Fulbright Commission offers Program, students spend three weeks at Shake- special Summer Institutes tbr U.S. citizens to study speare's historic Globe Theater in London, where they have the unique opportunity to study inten- sively with actors, directors, and other theater prac- titioners. The program runs from June 17 through July 5. "We're delighted that American students will have the opportunity to experience life in our ex- citing capital city," remarks Michael Scott-Kline, Director of the Fulbright Program. "The American Institute For Foreign Study Summer Institute at Shakespeare,s Globe Theater will offer everything that we would hope tbr in a Fulbright exchange: a stimulating academic component, a rich and im- mersive cultural experience and an enthusiastic host." Students applying for the Fulbright award should submit their application materials directly to the Fulbright Commission. The application deadline is March 11,2013. For lnore intbnnation, application criteria or to apply, visit www.aif- d/londonglobe/summer/ful- in the U.K. These summer progrmns provide the opportunity for U.S. undergraduates (ages 18 and over), with at least two years of undergraduate study left to complete, to go to the U.K. on a three- ,four- or six-week academic cultural sumlner pro- gram. In addition to Shakespeare's Globe Education Theater Program, AIFS offers study abroad pro- grams in Argentina, Australia, Austria, Botswana, Brazil, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Cuba, Czech Re- public, England, France, Germany, Greece, India, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Peru, Russia, South Africa, Spain and Turkey. All A1FS programs are comprehensive and include housing, meals, tran- scripts, insurance and built-in cultural activities and excursions. Additional scholarships and financial aid are also available. To learn more about AIFS, contact David Mauro at (800) 727-2437, ext. 5163 or email, or visit SC FARGO, N.D. -- Students pursuing a graduate degree, high school students preparing for college and undergraduates majoring in agricul- ture should consider applying for North Dakota Farm Bureau scholarships. "This is a great opportunity for stu- dents to utilize our program to advance their degree," said Joey Tigges, North Dakota Farm Bureau Director of Develop- ment. The scholarships inck de one for grad- uate students, one for students pursuing an agriculture major, a Farm Bureau fhinily scholarship and the Becki Pahner Schol- arship. The Becki Palmer Scholarship is a memorial schol- arship for a long- time staff member who passed away from cancel: The scholarships are made possible through generous contributions made to the NDFB Foun- dation. To donate to the scholarship fund, send your tax-de- ductible contribution to the NDFB Foun- dation, PO Box 2064, Fargo, N.D. 58107. Please indi- cate you would like your gift to go to the scholarship fund. Scholarship appli- cations are available on the Promotion and Education schol- arship . page at edusafe/scholar- ships. The applica- tions are due in the NDFB office in Fargo no later than April 15, 2013. For more infor- mation, e-mail Joey Tigges at jtigges@ to PARK RIVER, N.D. -- In support of the continuing educa- tion for rural youth, Polar Com- munications and its subsidiaries are offering high school and col- lege students the opportunity to apply tbr scholarships. Polar's Retiree Scholarship: Polar Colnlnunications, in co- operation with its retired em- ployees and directors, offers the Polar Retiree Scholarship Pro- gram to recognize and reward students who, upon graduation, plan to work in the telecomnm- nications industry within tim state of North Dakota. These scholarships totalingup to $5,000 ($ 1,000 mini- mmrff$1,500 maximum) will be awarded to students who are cur- rently in college or vocational- technical school. Applicants nmst be a junior or senior at an accredited 4-year college or a student with one year remaining at an accredited technical school or2=year'e llege and enrolled in a telecommunications field. Ap- plication deadline is February 15, 2013. Polar's John G. Waiters cholarship: Five $500 scholarships will be issued to graduating high school seniors from our service area who plans to contilme their edu- cation at an accredited 2-year or 4-year college/university orvo- cational-technical school. Foundation for Rural Serv- ices (FRS) Scholarship: FRS was established in 1994 and, along with the National Telecomlnunications Coopera- tive Association (NTCA), pro- motes, educates and advocates to the public rural telecolnmunica- tions issues. Polar is proud to be a melnber of NTCA and sup- ports FRS in this worthy en- deavor. If a graduating high school senior from our service area is selected tbr one of the 30 FRS national scholarships ($2,000 each), Polar will con- tribute an additional $500, bring- ing the FRS award to $2,500. Polar has simplified the appli- cation process for high school seniors to apply for both the John G. Waiters & FRS Scholarship programs by using one applica- tion. Eligibility requires the ap- plicant's parent/gmardian to be a subscriber of Polar Communica- tions. Application deadline is February 15, 2013. FRED (Foundation for Rural Education and Develop- ment) Scholarship: Each yeal, the Foundation for Rural Education and Develop- ment awards scholarships to rural America's most accom- plished and intelligent students. Scholarships range from $ i ,000 $.5;000 and are funded by the FRED Scholarship Endowment and by donations to the FRED Annual Giving Campaign. Both high school seniors students already attending postsecondary schooling are eligible to apply. To apply for a FRED scholarship students must live in or attend school in a Polar service area. Application deadline is January 30, 2013. Please encourage students to participate in these great oppor- ttmities. Applications and infor- lnation regarding all of the scholarships can be found on Polar's website at www.thinkpo- For applications, details, or questions on any of the schol- arships, please contact Carol La- Haise at 701-284-4361 or email: clahaise@polartel.coln HELP WANTED tribution to customers in the spring season. To apply: and search NEWS EDITOR: Work with an award-win- job 17214. ning team offering an opportunity for pro- fessional growth. The Tioga Tribune, in the HOME & HEARTH in Fargo is hiring a Full heart of the booming Bakken oil field, is Time Fireplace Installer. Heating journey- seeking an experienced news gatherer with man and driver's license required. Com- a proven track record of productivity in a petitive wages (DOE) and benefits avail- one-person news department. This candi- able. Apply at date will be the primary n~ws and photo gatherer for the weekly edition, with some ployment.asp assistance from freelancers, along with its sister publication, The Journal of Crosby, SERVICE TECHNICIAN WANTED. Person N.D. Some ability to cover sports is also will have responsibility for automotive serv- preferred. Competitive salary, housing ice, tire sales, and repairs, including oper- stipend, health insurance and retirement ation of tire truck for both farm and com- plan. Contact Publisher Cecile Krimm at mercial tire service. Competitive salary and If you are not se- benefits provided. Contact Souris River rious about the possibility of living and work- Cooperative at (701) 272-6158. ing in a boom environment and all that may entail, please do not respond. HOME HEATING & PLUMBING is currently looking for Licensed Apprentice Plumbers & HVAC Installers for commercial & residen- tial. Also looking for experienced HVAC Service Technicians. Contact Ed, Gus or Brent at (701) 280-3400. CITY OF BOWMAN, ND seeking part-time Zoning Administrator. For details see or call (701) 523- 5421. SALES AGRONOMIST/LOCATION MAN- AGER wanted. Position requires strong agronomic background and sales experi- ence with interest in management. This north central North Dakota location has sales of $3.5M of fertilizer, chemical, and seed. Contact (701) 263-1754. QUALITY ASSURANCE TECHNICIAN. ND- Minot. Assist with and lead into the re- sponsibility for lab and all quality control activities for the canola and sunflower seed product lines under the direction of ASC manager and Supply Chain Manager. Will be responsible for being the facility safety coordinator and for safety and regulatory compliance. Perform daily cycle counts of inventory of select items to maintain high levels of inventory accuracy. Assist with dis- MCLEAN COUNTY HIGHWAY Department will fill one Equipment Operator II position based in Roseglen, ND. Call (701) 462- 8541 or e-mail for more in- formation. JOHNSON FARMS TRUCKING - Walhalla, ND, looking for OTR drivers and owner/op- erators. Drivers making $60,000+. New 2012 trucks. No northeast runs. Call (800) 437-5349. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE WATFORD CITY COMMERCIAL DEVEL- OPMENT. Retail, professional office and restaurant lots in thriving new development along Main Street. Make your dream a re- ality! Brett (701) 570-9957. HOUSE FOR SALE in Westhope ND: Cor- ner lot, 4 bdrm, 2 1/2 bath, large living, din- ing and family rooms, fireplace, fenced back yard. $195,000. (701) 245-8083. NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values are at all time highs! Contact Kevin Pifer (701) 238-5810 ( for Free Farmland Valuation Land Auctions & Farm- land Management Services. WANTED: MINERAL INTERESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Experienced Family Owned Oil Production & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201., (877) 754-3111. LAND WANTED LAND WANTED. BUYING crop land, pas- ture and CRP land, will lease back. Confi- dential (612) 220-1042. Leave detailed message. BUILDINGS FOR SALE STEEL BUILDING. BUY LOCAL. Turn Key Available. Spring Specials, 40'x80', 50'x105', 80'x195', 120'x320'. Will Build to Suit. Free Quote. Call John (701) 365-8509 or (800) 741-9262. STEEL BUILDINGS. Huge winter discounts for spring delivery. 50x80, 62xl 00, 68x120, 68x200, 100x200. Take advantage of tax deductions. Limited Offer. Call Jim 1-888- 782-704O. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 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- (800) 578-1363 Ext. 300N. ND MEDIA GUIDE: Names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mails of all ND newspa- pers, radio/TV stations, specialty publica- tions. Only $25. ND Newspaper Associa- tion, (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. BIDS GARRISON RURAL FIRE DISTRICT is seeking bids for a rescue chassis. Bid should be for GVWR-of 19,500, wheel base of 203.00, CA 84.70 axle to frame 63.00, automatic transmission, front axle 8000 lb. capacity, single rear 13500 capacity. Red, 6 man crew cab. Further info contact" Paul Schlichting (701) 463-2256, e-mail or Garrison Fire Dept. (701) 463-2728. Bids due 2/8/13. Bids opened 2/12/13. Send bids to Garrison Ru- ral Fire District, PO Box 265, Garrison, ND 58540 AUCTION RESTAURANT ON LINE AUCTION- FARGO. ENDS 1/31/2013. MISCELLANEOUS PUBLIC NOTICES ARE your connection to government -- available online and searchable by newspaper, city or keyword at