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'' |,|,i '? . ', ' ; ` "' |,'` ! . ' team as they continue improving nutes ofthe halfto take a 28-22 the outside and allowed no seco,",! ' .' ",|'' ' i |,; ' ' " ' i as the season pro&esses. Most re- d in the locker room. chance shots inside. ln the end it . j . ` ',' ,' |. ,', ' i ", ', ,',+ ; , cently the Aggies mocked off HattonMorthwood increased was another game in which the ' ' i s q ' . ` ' '.' ' ' ! ' ". " "'' ' . m,| ' ' ! .r W, another quality opponent as they the lead to 31-22 before Jace Aggies showed improvement in all . . ' .- . ' ' . . i . '' %. jq " ' ', ', avenged last year's loss to Hat- Jehlicka got the Aggies ship right- aspects ofthe game and most im- . ',i ' ' . ; : .' tonMorthwood and came away ed when he scored inside. Spencer portantly, were able to once again,` !,'',fi. ' ! ; . . ' . with a 58-45 - come hom behind Skavhaug followed that up with an finish in a closely contested game ' ' i,' ' i ,'" . ' :,' - win last Thursday. offensive put back and when The Aggies had a balanced " "" . ',' ' |, ' ' ' li ' ' While the Aggies o ense shug- Jehlicka drained his second long scoring attack with Jehlicka ne g ' ` ", p, '' ' h ' ' ' " ' gled in the first half, the defense three pointer of the game, the 19, Adam Zavalney 18, Nathan ' i,' ! ' i ' i . ' ' " ', did a goodjob keeping the Thun- Aggies had closed the gap to 31- Zavalney 12 and Skavhaug 10. ' ` .' -' . rt . '! . .'" der scorers off the board. The 30. The Thunder would answer With the win the Aggies season . . , firstquarterendedin an 11-11 tie. with back to back three's before record now stands at 6-5. The n m O The Aggies g t the shots they Skavhaug and Jehlicka finished the Aggies will play in Fordville to- wantedin the firsthalfbutthe rim quarter with baskets to make it a morrow when they host Finley- . . did itsjob keeping the ball out of one point game to end the third. Sharon/Hope-Page. l WO n un . , . GRAFTON, N.D. i Congratulations to Grakon Dwg on becoming things for them. Eat, fight, live, die. Ya, they get it. "Fordbeard? he's a Dane is he not?" the first Waljh Couny business to be a desi ated lnfant-S endly work- When it works out, it's Skol to us." "Ya for sure, but he proved his worth at Essex place! We tham you for being a positive role model for ow commu- "Last question coach before you go. You have Ip- where we not only killed and pillaged well, t we nity! The Walsh County Health Diswict has received a grant hom the swich and Maldon yet t sa'k 'hi' yea" wha"' 'he p'u"de?ed ' ' b u' ' ' p u"d' "'?v s met North Dakota Comprehensive Cancer ConWol Program to help busi- plan?" So, llke thelr ancestors, the modern Vlkl "I've decided to make a change at Fyrdposition, their demise and faded away faster than a mid af- nesses becoming designated infant-mendly workplaces. Being a des- I'm pretty confident that Svein Forkbeard can take ternoon thunderstorm over Hardanger Fjord. Not ignated infhnt-mendly workplace has several advantages for employ- us to glory." even sure ifanyone saw a rainbow. e.rs including: O. Creating a positive image for the communiy, present employees, and new employees W' ' . ' ',' '','i!' '| i', . Employees who choose tO breastfeed tend tO SS less work because | ' ' ' ' `,',' ' i ' ' ' i i " " `" i ' ' ',breastfed infants are typically healthier. i ?| . T i . ' ''. ' ? ' ' i ' ' i!" ' . Support g breastfeedlng helps lower healU care costs. MoUlen have ,' ', ,'. |, ,' `. ' i. ' less risk ofbreast and ovarian cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. Chil- ,'.' '' ' 'w ' '' '' '|," h,dren have less risk for obesity, diabetes and childhood leukemia. : 'i,', :, . Mothers tend to retum to work sooner hom matemity leave iftheS : ' ': ' ' . ` i i ' . '.| ` ' ' ' ' j ' ' ." '. . . . mrt mow thelr workplace supports breastfeedlng ,|| .||||!,| ` -- -. . . - . - . Breastfeeding employees who are supported by their workplace re- ', l U %' ' . port higher productivity and loyalty to their employer. HaVeyOUrg t,|S t,Businesses.can also get their names listed on the ND Deparment of , Heal h website as a "desi ated infant-biendly workplace". me process is simple and consists of creating a policy and applying to become a fgtb t designated infant-mendly workplace. Walsh Couny Health District aPOf e eW O PSU POPtlO,is here to help you create and put a policy into place, and to assist you ' ' with the application for designation. | C U &34/OUt.Of.COU ty$38/OU OfStat $42Ifyou're interested in becoming an infant-friendly . - workplace please call Walsh County Health District PQ B 4g p kR' WD g2 O . at 701-352-5139 with any further queshons. | X t ar vel , i