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\ Page 8 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2015 PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Park River Area High School would like to recognize the following stu- dents for being selected as the Stu- dents of the Quarter for the second nine weeks: Maison Munoz, Alexis Langowski, Ian Helgeson, Casey Solseng, Erin Kovarik and Rylan Setness. These students were recog- nized for showing considerable growth or consistently demon- strating their best effort academ- ically over the second nine weeks. Grade 7 Maison Munoz is the daughter of Laura Munoz and her favorite subject is Ag Technology 7. Mai- son is busy with basketball and volleyball for extracurricular ac- tivities and out-of-school she is busy with babysitting. In her spare time she likes to hang out with friends. Maison's desire to succeed comes from her dad, mom and Grandma Ann, Mac and her hope is to become a Veterinarian. Grade 8 Lexi Langowski is the daugh- ter of Laura Hunter, Peter Hunter and Lester Langowski and her favorite subjects are English, Cho- rus and Social Studies. Lexi's ex- tracurricular activities include bas- ketball and volleyball and out-of- school she is active with Confir- mation. When there is spare time, Lexi enjoys reading, drawing, lis- tening to music spending time with friends and family. She also enjoys watching every last video in her subscription on YouTube, playing sports and writing in her journal. Her desire to succeed comes from her personal experience in life. She has always wanted what is best for everyone and her career aspiration is to pursue her goal in journalism. '" Grade 9 Ian Helgeson is the son of Mark and Doff Helgeson and his favorite subject is Physical Edu- cation. As far as extracurricular activities, Ian is active in football and basketball and out-of-school - ~ot0s: Submitted Above: Pad(River Area School Students of the Quarter. Top (L to R) Maison Munoz, Alexis Langowski, lan Helgeson, Bottom (L to R) Casey Solseng, Erin Kovarik and Rylan 8elness. he enjoys snowboarding and bik- activities. In her spare time, of school, she is busy with off-sea- North Dakota for a degree in the specifically the works of Isaac ing. In Ian's spare time he can be Casey enjoys hanging out with son volleyball and babysitting, medical or business field. Asimov. His desire to succeed found hanging out with friends and friends and family, watching In Erin's spare time she enjoys Grade 12 comes from his mother pushing his desire to succeed comes from movies and reading, playing sports and watching her Rylan Setness is the son of Je- him to challenge himself. his parents. Casey is currently undecided on classmates at their sport events, remy and Bethany Setness and his His desire also comes from Ian's career aspiration is to be- her career aspirations but credits working out, and spending time favorite subject is Composition. wanting to use the abilities God come a criminal investigator, her family for her desire to suc- with friends and family. Erin Rylan's extracurricular activities has given him and to become a Grade 10 ceed. credits her desire to succeed to her include One-Act Play, Band and good example to others and to hon- Casey Solseng is the daughter Grade 11 parents, friends and coaches; but Competitive Speech and his out- or him. For Career aspirations, Ry- of Tim and Lois Solseng and her Efin Kovarik is the daughter of a lot comes from her. of-school activities include Boy lan plans on attending'college for favorite subject is History. Casey's Dale and Rochelle Kovarik and her She feels that if she does some- Scouts and Youth Group. When he an undergraduate degree and then extracurricular activities include favorite subject is Chemistry. thing or is a part of something, that has any spare time, Rylan can be he plans to attend medical school yearbook, drama, student council Erin's extracurricular activities she is in it to do her best and have found playing board games, col- for general medicine. He ;then and small group music and out-of- include volleyball, track and field success. After graduation, Erin lecting and listening to vinyl plans to practice medicine in school she is involved in church and National Honor Society. Out plans on attending a college in records and reading science fiction; small-town North Dakota. PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The Foundation for Rural Service's (FRS) an- nual Youth Tour is one of the most visible examples of the foundation's involvement with, and commilment to, rural youth. This years Youth Tour will be held May 30 - June 3,2015. Each year, incollaboration with NTCA member companies, FRS brings rural students from across the United States to Washington, DC for a four-day tour of some of the most historical sites in the nation. While there, students also learn about the telecommunica- tions industry, as well as the regulatory and legislative processes. Educational sessions on these topics are greatly enhanced by site visits to the U.S. Capi- tol and the FCC to meet with industry leaders and members of Congress. The students are also given ample time to explore the Nation's Capital and its many attractions. To qualify, the student's parents must be subscribers of Polar, and the student must be age 16 or 17 years old at the time of the Youth Tour. Along with submitting an application, students are required to write an essay .on modem technology. Deadline for entries is March 2, 2015. Applications can be obtained from your high school guidance counselor or online at www.thinkpolar.com. Please encourage students to participate in this great opportunity. Ap- plications and information regarding the youth tour and scholarships can be found on Polar's website at www.thinkpolar.com. For applications, de- tails, or questions, please contact Carol LaHaise at 701-284-4361 or email: clahaise@polartel.com LANK1N, N.D. -- On January next meetingwill be held Sunday, 11, 2015, the Seven Rustlers 4-H February 15th at 2:00 pin atthe club held their Family Christmas Temquist Farm. Pizza andpop was party and meeting at Northern Air served to the 4-H members and their in Grand Forks, ND. There was no old business to discuss. New busi- families. nessthat was discussed was chang- Editor's Note: Seven Rustlers ing banks. The club decided to News was submitted by Pam Kra- change to another local bank. The tochvil. 201 ! & 2012 Buick Enclaves AWD, 7 passenger, heated leather, 4 to choose from local trade! 2014 GMC Sierra SLT Crew cab, 19K, loaded! 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V8, 30K, Priced to Sell! 2001 Silverado 1500 Pewter, 201,190 miles ........... $6,900 2002 Suburban K1500 Maroon, 135,300 miles ......... $8,900 2003 Pontiac Montana Brown, 102,570 miles ......... $7,900 2006 Buick LaCrosse BSOI2D)20 miles ........... $8,900 2006 Silverado 1500 PSOLD7,000 miles .......... $5,900 2006 Silverado 1500 White, 100,800 miles ............ $7,900 2006 Pontiac Torrent Gray, 90,238 miles .... : ........ $9,900 2007 Chevy Uplander White, 104,059 miles .......... $7,900 2001 Ford Ranger White, 136,420 miles ............. $6,900 2004 Pontiac Grand PISQ #, 123,466 miles ........ $7,900 2008 Chevy Impala Silver, 148,250 miles ............ $5,900 2009 Chevy Impala Red, 101,817 miles ............. $7,900 T e remmnmg2014 models here been reduced h and are PRICED TO MOVE! 2014 Chevy Silverado LTZ Crew cab, loaded, blue granite with ebony leather heated memory seats:. ........ Was $45,715 NOW $37,750 2014 Chevy Silveradb LT Crew cab, victory red with ebony cloth heated seats, all-star package;power seat,, .... ..... ,.. Was $44,685 NOW $36,140 20!4 Chevy $11verado LT Crew cab, white diamond with ebony cloth heated seats, all-star package, power seat ........... Was $44,685 NOW $38,150 '2014 Chevy Silverado ITZ Crew cab, 6.5 ft. box, maroon with ebony leather heated ~emory seats, 20~ chrome rims, Bose radio, loaded ........... :!i ................... Was $47,410 NOW $38,850 Includes 2 yr./24K Mile Service Maintenance Plan *Must have a '99 or newer GM trade Bu, K I GM[Z. CHEVROLET Open 8:00 - 5:30 Mon. - Fri. & 8:00 - Noon Sat. www.hansonsautond.com Hwy 17 W., Grafton Phone 701-352-3600 or 800-279-3083 PETE SONDELAND 360-0631 AMANDA HANSON 360-4225 LOREN GULLICKSON 331-1915 BILL LYKKEN 520-1713 JESSE FORSTER 331-0038 POLAR COMMUNICATIONS, a competitive and growing telecom- munications company located in Park River, ND, is looking for an. Area Service person to perform du- ties related to all facilities compris- ing the exchange distribution network. RESPONSIBILITIES include a wide range of exchange operations, including the installation and main- tenance of services offered over Fiber-to4he-Home (Fn-H) Technol- ogy, including telephone, IPTV, se- curity systems, IP PBX, cable locating, fiber and copper splicing. QUALIFICATIONS include A.A. or equivalent degree from a two-year college or technical school; or six months to one year related experi- ence and/or training; or equivalent combination of educatidti and ex- perience. BENEFITS include a progressive salary range of $32,531 to $65,042 along with a full benefit package, in- cluding pension and savings plans, free disability coverage, life insur- ance, paid holidays, paid time off, and health, dental, and vision insur- ances. A complete job description and Polar Application form can be ob- tained from company website at www.thinkpolar.com. APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 20, 2015 Please send cover letter, Polar Application and resume to the following address: Polar Comr~unications Attn: HR Administrator POBox 270 Park River, ND 56270-02'70 Polar Communications is an Equal Opportunity Employer.