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.... .......... .' "" -,_':'.-:,:,t"t " . ............................. " PAGE 6 THE PRESS FEBRUARY 15, 2012 Snap shots from the District 4 Tournamenl: Above: Park River-Fordville-Lankin Aggies Connor Solseng drives to the basket for two of his 21 points. The Aggies fell to the Cavalier Tornadoes 62-51 in the District 4 semifinals. Cavalier advanced to the championship. Park River took on Midway-iinto Monday night with the winner advancing to Regionals. Left: Drayton-Valley-Edinburg Titans Blake Laxdal scored 23 points in the Titans 63-56 quarterfinal District 4 win over the Midway-Minto Mustangs in Grafton Friday night. Top Middle: Grafton Spoilers Garek Droog battles with Drayton-Valley Edinburg Titans Syris Jenson for a rebound. The Spoilers downed the Titans 66-40 in the District 4 semifinals. Grafton advanced to the championship facing Cavalier. Bottom Middle: Aggies Brady Kovarik drives past the Tornadoes Matt Ratchenski on his way to two of his 17 points. Far Left: Midway-Minto Mustangs Dalton Irwin drives to the basket for two points. The Mustangs fell to the Titans 63-56. J FLPR take loss against Grafton Left: Fordville- Lankin-Park River Flyers Brogan No- vak fights with Grafton Spoilers Cassie Thompson for a re- bound. The Spoilers downed the Flyers 75-41 ';-dlT6rafton : ..... Thursday. !,: '-  %, ;: ACtILAR * GET THEM BEFORE THEY'RE GONE!, you contact Polar customer service in February to add any new service be sure "Can I get a deal on this?" and we'll say, "Yes!" Add a new calling feature, more cable channels or High Speed Interneto..just tell us which service you'd like to add and remember to ask for a deal! / Cll ov I o( s/ or "COUIZ. oll( / .7221 ANNUAL NORTHERN SOYBEAN EXPO February 21, 2012 * Holiday Inn- Fargo, ND Highlights Include Industry-leading guest speakers: * MARK PEARSON * Vlarket to larket Host, Former Iowa Agriculture Corn missioner 'What's Ahead for Agriculture?" * MICHAEL "SWANSON Agricultural Economist/'or Wells t;a rgo * "Economic Predictions in an Era of Unpredictability" BILL WILSON Professor of Agribusiness and Applied Economics, NDSU "Global Fundamentals: Changes in Agricultural Trade and Marketing" ROGER BERNARD Policy Analyst, Informa Economics 'Farm Policy and Trade Issues" Complimentary breakfast & noon luncheon And much more!  ,North Dakota ........ --'--'--, .;;:C , ..., ..... o. co ANOA, V,.  :  ? ---,,: www.ndoybean.org G PR falls by one goal to Fargo Photo: Larry Biri Left: Grafton- Park River Spoilers Logan Thomp- son scores the Spoil- ers fifth goal in a 6-6 loss to Fargo Davies at the Grafton Centenial Center Thursday Your source for Happy Happeninss. Walsh County Press 284-6333 wcpress @polarcomm.com Senator Curtis Olafson Proven and Effective Leadership for District 10, our State, and our Nation www.senatorolafson.com Local Leadership President Icelandic Communities AssociationSponsoring organization of the Deuce of August Icelandic Celebration Co-Chairman Mountain Community Center Capital Campaign Committee Pembina County Job Development Authority State Leadership State Senate since 2006-Three sessions as Vice-Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committeel Political Subdivisions Committee Interim Committees-Judiciary, Judicial Process. Agriculture, Employee Benefits Programs Named the 2007 Legislator of the Year by the North Dakota Township Officers Association. Senator Olafson is the only freshman Legislator to ever receive the NDTOA Legislator of the Year Award Consistently high favorable rating from the North Dakota Chamber of Commerce. ' National Leadership National Spokesman for the National Debt Relief Amendment on behalf of RestoringFreedom. Org-First Legislator in the Nation to pass the National Debt Relief Ammendment Guest Speaker and Panelist--Harvard Law School Conference on the Constitutional Convention-September 2011 Council of State Governments Midwest US/Canada Relations Committee Council of State Governments Chairman's Task Force on Collaborative Regional Economic Development Legislative Leadership Introduced 12 bills in the 2011 session All 12 passed by wide margins in both chambers Introduced 26 bills in 3 sessions-23 passed Attend the Paid by Senator Olafson Campaign Fund, Steve Holm, Chair