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Pae 12 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY [ [, 2015 Tommies toppleAggies Photos: Larry Bid Left: Aggies Jenna Zavalney has a rebound knocked out of her arms by a Thompson defender. The Aggies suffered a tough loss to the Thompson Tommies 51-28 in Thompson alter coming off of a big 57-52 win in Rolla against Norlh Star earlier in the week. Top Right: Aggies Hannah Swartz has her shot blocked by two Tommie defenders. Bottom Right: Park River Fordville-Lankin Aggies Anne Welch led the Aggies with nine points in the Aggie 51-28 loss to Thompson. Giving Hearts Day Augustine Randall was born on July 25th, 2014. His mother chose life! Saint Gianna's Maternity Home offers a home and hope to mothers who find themselves pregnant and alone. Help us help them CHOOSE LIFE! Saint Gianna's has been chosen by Dakota Medical Foundation and Impact Foundation to participate in the 2015 Giving Hearts Day that will be held on February 12, 2015. Contributions of $10 or more will be matched. Please go to www.impactgiveback.org to participate. LIFE TRULY IS THE BEAUTIFUL CHOICE! t'% ]1 5 NORTH RN North Dakota Soybean Council Tuesday February Fargo Holiday Inn Daylong event starts at 8:00 am 8:00am - 9:30 am Registration and Buffet Breakfast with Carrington Soybean Researchers EXPO 17, 2015 9:45am - 11 :I 5am "How to Compete in a Global Economy" Todd G Buchholz, White House Director of Economic Policy & a Managing Director of the Tiger hedge fund. I :00pm - 2:30pm Envlronm " "The Sensible ' entalist Dr. Patrick Moore, Ecologist and former co-founder of Greenpeace 2:45pm - 4:00pm "Market Commentary" Gerald Gulke, Gulke Group, Inc. To See Full Agenda Visit www.ndsoybean.org. NorlhSi]AN Statewlde ClasslHeds HELIp WANTED FINLEY FARMERS (RAIN & ELEVATOR is cur- rently accepting applications for its General Manager position. FFGE is a very successful, full service, in- dependent elevator Iocated in Finley, ND. FFGE is a 110 shuttle facility located on the BNSF rail. Annual sales have been 125M-1 70M consisting of 15M-17M of grain receipts, 4M-51/I in chemical sales, 15,000 ton of fertilizer, 3M in se@d sales and 1.5M gallons of refined fuels. FFGE als has a full agronomy center with custom application nd a successful service sta- tion. This position requires an understanding of mar- keting, elevator operatio=ns, finance, communication, public relations and or3anization. The successful candidate will work extensively with a seven person board and oversee approx. 28 employees. Preferred Qualifications: 2-4 year- degree in Agriculture, 3-5 years of GM experiehce. Interested applicants should respond by 2-23-15. Mail: FFGE Board, PO Box 477, Finley, ND 58230. Questions: ffge- board@gmail.com THE JAMESTOWN SUN is seeking a full-time news reporter. Excellent wage and benefit package available. Send (4) clips and resume to Kathy Steiner at ksteiner@jamestownsun.com. CCMH IS SEEKING experienced HR Officer. Minimum 3 yrs experience, excellent communication and interpersonal skill required. Experienced in benefits/compensation Drograms and Federal/State regulations. For more information call 701-256-6127 or visit www.cavaliercountyhospital.com EOE LIBRARY DIRECTOR: HARVEY (ND.) Public Li- brary. Salary $30,000-35,000 DOE, benefits. Send resume and 3 references to: 120 W. 8th St., Harvey ND 58341. CAVALIER COUN-I-Y MEMORIAL HOSPITAL is seeking a Licensed Re]istered Dietitian to serve as the Clinical/Food Service Dietitian for 16-24 hrs per week. Experience preferred. For more information call 701-256-6208 or visit www.cavaliercountyhospi- tal.com EOE GET PAID BACK for your education! To learn more about the Access Your Future program and a great career as a Diesel Technician at RDO go to www'rdeq uipment'crh/ca reers" NOW HIRING FOR 2015! New Town, ND I&E Technician and Health & Safety Coordinator. Visit our website for full job description and to apply. www.whiting .corn/careers NOW HIRING FOR 2015. Williston, ND Lease Operator, I&E Technician, Maintenance Tech, Human Resources Representative. Visit website for full job description and to apply. www.whiting .corn/careers CLASS A OTR DRIVER WANTED. Reefer/drive in. Home weekly. Starting .38 to .40/mile, DOE. Ben- efits: Health Insurance, Sign-On Bonus, Paid Vaca- tion. Bill (701) 527-7215. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE WANTED: MINERAL INTERESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Experienced Family Owned Oil Production & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Min- eral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAssets@qwestoffice.net, 877- 754-3111. 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 CROPLAND FOR SALE FOR SALE: 240 acres of cropland in Williams Cty ND, just north of Hanks. Surface only, no min- erals. Call 509-551-8033. 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 PIFER'S AUCTIONEERS SPECIALIZES in sell- ing Farm Machinery, Construction Equipment, Farm & Ranch Land, Commercial/Residential Property, Vehicles, Trucks, ATVs, Campers, Boats and so much more! Contact Andy Mrnak, Jim Sabe or Kevin Pifer today at 701.523.7366 or 877.700.4099 for more information or view online at www.pifers.com! MISCELLANEOUS VISIT THE NORTH Dakota NewspaperAssocia- tion Hall of Fame kiosk at the ND State Heritage Center, Bismarck, to learn about the newspaper pi- oneers of the state. floral needs