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""/ kS C) cCO_ - L.r). ;JJ ;:<. 03 tD ,J ,"-,'3 '7.O PSz -: J .G m ' S1.00 ISSUE NUMBER 32 PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2013 ownhill dash facefuls of snow, smiles While the rest of the coun- try was battling dramatic weather last weekend Park River Bible Camp hosted their Winter Blast bringing 4-6 graders to- gether for winter fun. Far Left: Hailey Hurtt gets a ride upthehill because it's her birthday. Friends pulling Halley are McKen- zie Sipa, Emilee Reilly .... and Kaylee Pastorek. Top Right: Camp Counselor Ga-be Cox filmed his trip down the hill, that is until he hit a snowdrift. Bottom Right: Jacob Christi front a Luke Bemtson make there way down the hill on a toboggan at the Park River Bible Camn auring the weekend's wme Blast. Photos: Larry Bid j C n the road again ;pecialized vehicle brings independence By Katelyn Anderson of The Press HOOPLE, N.D. -- Febru- ary 18 is a date that Bob An- derson, a teacher at Fordville High School, will always re- member not just because it's his w angest daughter, Kate- tvns. ,irthday but also because tts the date that changed his life forever. In 1998, on Kate- n's third birthday, Bob was agnosed with Multiple Scle- rosis (M.S.), which is a disease that attacks the Central Nerv- ous System. S nptoms of M.S. include numu tess in the limbs, paraly- sis, or even loss of vision. "The progress, severity, and specific symptoms of MS are unpre- dictable and vary from one person to another," according to the National Multiple Scle- rosis Society. There are three different types of M.S and the one that Anderson has is called Sec- ondary- Progressive, which means that the disease is al- ways slowly progressing with or without any relapses or at- tacks. The variety of medicines and plethora of treatments to help slow the progression of Anderson's disease has made his immune system weaker than one of a healthy person, so when he got sick last Sep- tember he had to spend a week at Stanford Health in Fargo and a week at Altru's Rehabl'l- itation Center in Grand Forks. The bouts in the hospital so close to each other took a huge toll on Anderson's health. "My legs were decreasing in On the road Oo, nt. p%,e 1l,o, 'It can wait' Teen's project focuses on texting and dri00 EDINBURG, N.D. -- The National Safety Council estimates 1.6 million crashes each year are caused by drivers using cell phones and texting. This is just one of the statistics that led Hayley Fin- garson of Valley-Edinburg High School to choose this subject for her FCCLA STAR (Students Taking Action with Recogni- tion) Event project "Don't Text Yourself to Death". First, Fingarson encouraged all Valley- Edinburg High School Students to take the AT&T It Can Wait pledge at www. itcanwait.com. Fingarson then set a goal to educate beginning drivers about the dangers of texting and driving. Her project began with a pre-test to assess eighth and ninth grade students' attitudes about texting and driving, a speech which included facts and educational videos about the dangers, and distribution of thumb rings to remind students to not text while driving. She also organized a presentation by State Highway Patrolman Matt Peschong, who addressed the Valley-Edinburg 8-12 grades and gave a demonstration using a roll-over simulator to illustrate the im- portance of seat belt use should drivers be involved in a crash caused by texting or Photo: Submitted Above: State Highway Patrolman Matt Peschong demonstrates a rollover while Hayley Fingarson and other Valley-Edinburg students look. Fingarson presented a project to other Valley-Edinburg students to prevent texUng while driving. other factors. Texting" and driving" Her project conclusion involved a sec- ond visit to the 8th and 9th grade Valley- Cont. pa,' 7 Obituaries See page, 2 Saving at the supermarket Se'e' p,a,,',e' 4l -'-%%V'iunlt, elr ib dhe tannic {sir OO, lnndfio, lmC,, t[o, lr ,.ood loodl ,auntd w, amnnlltlh,, tiblr the 6"&uldht ,o,f a {]rii, entdl. ]h,amtd amtd to,lr a ballUk l&eside t]hue fre: it b tlhle tiunnle ]o,lr ]huo,lnnlC" Edith Sitwell National Potato Month See pag, e 3 Area Voices See paffe' 5 t i