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FEBRUARY 15, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 7 .... " Thtlr':, IFeb" 16 " Wed., Feb. :2:2 1 ,00,ea,s ,re ,.b00ect [  to change without notice Aggle ........ Articles  News and Notes from Park River Public School ADAMS~EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Thur- B: Cereal, PBJ L: Chicken noodle soup, sandwiches, crackers, salad, ft'uit Fri NO SCHOOl. Mon .-- NO SCHOOL Tue ..... B: Toast, sauce I.: Tator tot hotdish, carrots, salad, dinner roll, h'uit Wed - B: French toast, sauce L: Fish sticks, mashed potates, peas. salad, bread, fruil cup ADAMS~EDMOKE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily: skiaa milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thur...., B: Cinn.'lrnon .lazed toast, orale slices L: Ham wraps w/trimmit\\;q.s, potato chips, mtarin oranges Fri NO SCItOOL Mort NO SCHOOl, Ttte B: Skillet frittatas, peach cups L: Pizza, cottage cheese, ve,ie sticks, fru it Wed - B: Cereal, toast L: Baked pohl|o bar w/trimmings, dessert FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk  bread are served daily. Meals ,re subject to change. l'hur - B: Scrambled eggs, toast L: Tator tot hotdish, buns, whole kernel cortt, coleslaw, ve&,gie tray w/dip Fri B: Breakfast pizza L: Ham & lurkey subs w/toppings, Sun chips, wLie tray w/dip, fruit sauce Mort B: Cereal, toast I,: Chicken nu,,,z, ets, French flies, coleslaw, fruit sauce, ve,zie tray Tue B: Grilled cheese I,: Chef salad w/loppings, cinnamon rolls, fruit sauce Wed B: Frosled l..mq Johns, hot chocolate L: Tomato soup, crackers, grilled cheese, v,gie tray, fl'uit sattce ........ "MINT0"PuBIC SCHOOL (MINTO) P'canut butter andJelly served at all breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with all meals. Thtlr .... B: French toast l,: Ham/turkey subs, leltttce, cheese, pickles, potato chips, fruit cups Fri B: Omdets, toast L: BBQ's on buns, baked beans, polato chips, pickles, fruil cup Mort NO SCItOOL Tuc B: Cereal, toast L: Burritos, corn, cheese, laco sauce, frllil cup Wed B: E&g patties, toast L: Mac&Cheese, green bear,s, fruit cups PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk  bread are served daily. Meals ape subject to chanHe. Thur B: pancakes, sausage, fruit I,: pork roast, baked potatoes, salad bar, fruit Fri B: turnovers, yurt I,: shrimp, French fries, salad bar, fruit Mon B: breakfast taco, fruit I,: taco salad, corn, salad bar, fruit Tue 13: pancakes, sausage, :fruit: L: chili, breadsticks, salad bar, fruit Wed B: cereal, toast, fruit L: tuna hotdish, vz.gie, salad ba; fruit VALLEY-EDINBURG K-4 (HOOPLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veggie, Dessert served.with all meals. Thurs: Hot Turkey Sandwich. Mashed P0httoes Fri: Barbcques, Tater Tots, Pickles. Cheese Mort: NO SCItO01, Tue: Chicken ButTers , Nachos Wed: Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Tater Tots VALLEY~EDINBURG 5~8 (CRYSTAL) Thur: Eg4g rolls, rice. peas, sandwiches, dessert Fri: BBQs, potato salad, green beans, dessert ...... Mot]" NO SCHOOl , Tue: Corn dc,S, le(tuce d, baked beans, sancwlches, essert Wedi Cfi6ese pizz :, lettuce salad, sandwiches, green beans, dessert VALLEY~EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Milk, bread and peanut butter ape served with every meal. Thurs: French bread pizza, salad bar, apple crisp Fri: tlotd%s, sauerkrau t, assorted chips, bush's beans, salad bat. fruit Mon: NO SCHOOl. Tues: Chicken nu,,,e, ets, taler tots, salad bar, fruit Wed: Tomalo soup, grilled cheese sandwiches, salad bar, fl'uit MIDWAY SCIIOOI, Above: (3rd & 4th Grade Photo) L to R: IsabeUe Irvine, Drew McMillan Jackson Nelson, Cassie Rostvet, Lilly Bina, Julia Sveen Lbove: (High School Photo) Back Row (L to R): Trent Carlson, Adam Johnson, Sami Blixt, Isak Johnson, Rylan Setness, Hope Jehlicka, Lexi Greicar, Alexa Thompson, Jenna Zavalney Front Row: Kaitlyn Nelson, Kirsten Whaley, Casey Solseng, Tessa Peterka (Photos: Submitted) PR, FL projects hit nearly 180 at annual science fair By: Mary Martin Park River Schools held their local science fair on Wednesday, Feb. 1 in the Elementary Gym. With the addition of the Fordville- Lankin projects, there were nearly 180 projects on display by students in grades 3-10. The projects were judged throughout the day by teachers, COmlnunity members and the senior physics class members. The high school science teachers, Mart Bennington and Jessica Gre- mar, presented the ribbons and cer- tificates to the winners at the awards show in the evening. The PRHS winners were as follows: Grade 3 1st Place: lsabelle lrvine 2nd Place: Jackson Nelson 3rd Place: Drew McMillan Grade 4: 1st Place: Cassie Rostvet 2nd Place: Lilly Bina 3rd Place: Julia Sveen Grade 5: l st Place: Shannon Linn 2nd Place: Joey Troflgruben 3rd Place: Mason Wihner HM: Jacob Brodina HM: Micah Setness HM: Gracyn Cole Grade 6: Ist Place: Britton Bina 2nd Place: Annie Koenig 3rd Place: Elaina Swartz HM: Gretchen Brummond HM: Josie Markusen HM: Charlie Thompson Grade 7 I st Place: Tessa Peterka 2nd Place: Alec Setness 3rd Place: Trent Carlson HM: Jenna Zavalney, Casey Solseng, and Adam Johnson Grade 8 1st Place: Kaitlyn Nelson and Kirsten Whaley Grade 9 I st Place: Hope Jehlicka 2nd Place: Saint Blixt 3rd Place: Isak Johnson HM: Alexa Thompson, Rylan Setness and Lexi Greicar Students at all levels worked hard on their projects and learned how to question, develop hy- potheses, and plan and conduct ex- periments. They also gathered and organized data, compared dam and Above: (5th Grade Photo) L to R: Gracyn Cole, Joey Troftgruben Shannon Linn, Jacob Brodina, Micah Setness, Mason Wilmer Above: (6th Grade Photo) L to R: Britton Bina, Koenig, Gretchen Brummond, Josie Thompson, Elaina Swartz made conclusions based on the re- suits. These are skills thin all par- ticipants will continue to use as they become lifelong learners. We applaud the students who worked diligently on their projects, the teachers and parents who encoul:- aged and assisted, and the judges who listened, questioned and scored the projects. The winners in grades 5-9 will go on to the Re- gional Science Fair held at UND on Feb. 29. Editor :s' Note." Marlin is a,/ifih grade teacher for Park River School. Second quarter honor roll A Honor Roils Seniors: Sadie Beyer, James Burnett, Sabrena Couveau, Steaphan Downer, Ashley l tanlrick, Hanna Klemm, Kaitlin Lindsey, Morgan Walker, Benjamin Woods. Juniors: Allyson Durkin, Susanna Hansen, Jacob Stafford, Kelsey Weber. Sophomores: Sydney [)ale, Madison Hulst, Dalton Irwin, Benjamin Schanilec. Freshmen: Marl Sargent. 8th Grade: Kieran Anderson, Cortney Burnett, Shelby Dahley, DesiRae Hanson, Christina Mahnke, Jarek Paschke, Wyatt Wasylow. 7th Grade: Jenna Graham, Alden Robberstad. 6th Grade: Casey Anderson, Jimmy Burnett, Sara Goodoien, Alex Key, Alyssa Machovsky, Jayme McMillan, Kyle SnoBeck. 5th Grade: Bennett Carter, Vegas Dale, Jason Dombrowski, Madison Geisinger, Thomas Gonitzke, Tatiana McGreevy, Samantha Overend, Alyssa P sc] ike, Donovan Teruel, Ogden Wasylow. 4th Grade: Avery Morn, Kaelan Robberstad, Justin Sargent, Rebecca Sauvageau. B Honor Rolls Seniors: Todd Anderson, Krystal Fiebiger, Abbrielle Handeland, Nathan Linstad, Earnest Smith, Jessica VanGerpen. Juniors: Kathleen Bartuska, Cole Possum, Nicholas Schmitz. Sophomores: Mikaila Boxley, Rachel Dickson, Callie Downer, Ben Possum, Daisy Hensrud, Trey Hunt, Jake Riske, Drew Slominski, Ryan Thorvilson. Freshmen: Kyle Becket, Michael Durkin, Derek Goodoien, Mackenzie Irwin, Corbyn Robberstad. 8th Grade: Ben Anderson, Cutler Contreras, Alex Hayes, Taunya Johnson, Carly Magnus, Hanna Sampel. 7th Grade: Dublin Dale, Sara briners, Elijah DePyper, Billy Fiebiger, Andrew French, Jamylin Hunt, Logan Key, Justyn Korynta, Emylee Landeis, Cole Manzini, Delanie Martinez, Joshua Paschke, Kyle Schmitz. 6th Grade: Nicholas Dahley, Austin Graham, Jessica Korynta, Alexandra Tebay. 5th Grade: Harmony Downer, Faith Johnson, Trinity Korynta, Angelica Macias, Casey Olmstead, Jamie Thorvilson, Olivia Wasylow. 4th I,rade: NONE. NorthSCAN Statewide (:lassificds Your ad will appear ..d in allW Norlli Dakota , lly and weekly nempapers f'o HELP WANTED STEELE COUNTY MUSEUM is seeking a museum director. For details call Homer Wennerstrom (701)945-2312, send resume to Box 215, Hope, ND 58046 or email schs@midco.net HELP WANTED: BUILDING Inspector for the City of Tioga, ND. Salary DOE. Respon- sibilities include but are not limited to en- forcing the ND Building Codes. Contact (701) 664-2807 for more information. Position closes 02-21-2012. HELP WANTED: PART time office assistant for the City of Tioga, ND. Salary DOE. Cus- tomer service skills required. Contact City Hall for more information at (701) 664-2807. Position closes 02-21-2012. IMMEDI]kTE OPENING FOR Bakery Man- ager at Leevers County Market in Devils Lake, ND. Competitive wages, full benefit package. Contact Frank Mack at (701) 662- 4945 or Beth Leevers Dunn at (701) 662- 8646. OILFIELD EXPERIENCED JOURNEYMAN & Apprentice Electricians Opening: Western ND. Competitive wages, benefits. Call Tar- pon Energy Services (701) 764-5220, email resumes to mcarriere@tarponenergy.com. Visit website www.tarponenergy.com EXPERIENCED TRUCK DRIVERS: Freight Solutions, Hurdsfield, ND, has an immediate opening! Excellent pay, benefits, vacation time. We pull a variety of hopper bottoms in several U.S. states and Canadian provinces. Drivers must be able to haul to Canada. Contact Chad, (701) 793-7382 or visit www.freightsolutionsnd.com if you are inter- ested in this great opportunity! OTR DRIVER WANTED. Class A, clean driv- ing record. 17 central state operation. Home weekly depending on location. Pay based on experience. Benefits. Call Bill (701) 527- 7215. JOHNSON FARMS TRUCKING - Walhalla, ND, looking for drivers and owner/operators. Drivers making $60,000+. New 2012 trucks. No northeast runs. Call (800) 437-5349. SEEKING CLASS A CDL drivers to run 14 central states. 2 years over the road experi- ence required. Excellent benefit package. Call (701) 221-2465 or (877) 472-9534. www.pbtransportation.com OWNER OPERATORS $5,000 Sign-On Bonus! Tons of warm, prosperous South TX runs! Frac Sand Hauling. Must have tractor, pneumatic trailers, blower. (866) 823-0288. EDUCATION/TRAINING ALLIED HEALTH CAREER training- Attend college 100% online. Job placement assis- tance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. Call (800) 481- 9409, www.CenturaOnline.com BUSINESS FOR SALE EASTERN MONTANA CONOCO service station for sale. Bulk fuel/oil/car wash/tire sales/auto maintenance. Owner retiring. Great opportunity. MLBC Russell Pederson, Broker (406) 939-2501. PROFITABLE NORTH DAKOTA businesses for sale by owners. Many types, sizes, loca- tions. Terms. $25k to $15m. Other states available. (800) 617-4204 www.BizSale.com REAL ESTATE FOR SALE RARE LAND INVESTMENT OPPORTU- NITY: Approximately 70 acres (59 tillable) near Bismarck. Contact Alan Butts, Pifer's Auction and Realty, Bismarck. www.pifers.com. (701) alanb@pifers.com. 751-2950. WANTED: MINERAL INTERESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Experienced Family Owned Oil Production & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. Min- eralAssets@qwestoffice.net, (877) 754-3111. MODULAR/MANUFACTURED HOMES FOR SALE WORK FORCE HOUSING. Man camps, Ho- tels, Apartments. Delivered and Set-up. Fi- nancing Available. Priced from $29,000. Free Brochure and floor plans. (877) 590-4591. ND IRC Codes. jscol@pchomesltd.com BUILDINGS FOR SALE COMMERCIAL, HEATED BUILDING for sale, Hwy 2, Leeds, ND, overhead doors, 2.5 acres, call Amy Nikolaisen, Cando Real Es- tate, (701) 968-4305, (701) 968-0392. www.candorealestate.net. COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR sale on bids, convenient location in Minot, North Dakota, (701) 720-5022 for showing and in- formation. Bid closing: Noon, February 15, 2012. BEHLEN BUILDING DISTRIBUTOR 40x80, 50xl 00, 62x120, 68x200. Take advantage of huge winter discounts. Save thousands, Behlen Industries, LP. Call now! Jim (888) 782-7O40. STEEL BUILDING BUY local, Turn Key Available, 40'x80', 50'x105', 80'x165', 110'x300'. Will Build to Suit. Free Quote. Call Wane (701) 365-8509 or (800) 741- 9262. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE DH WINDOWS $179. Any Size. Installation Included. Year-Around-Installation. Order 4 or More. Customer Pays Recycling. Gov- ernment Financing Available. BBB Accred- ited Contractor. Visit www.greensourcewin- dows.com or call (888) 690-9892. TANNING BEDS NEW and used. Close out on used beds as low as $995! Delivery and set up. Suntana Supply, Fargo, ND. (888) 326-6681. ND MEDIA GUIDE: Names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mails of all ND newspa- pers, radio/TV stations, specialty publica- tions. Only $25: ND Newspaper Association, (701) 223-6397. GET COMPLETE COVERAGE in every North Dakota newspaper with your 25-word classified ad for only $150. Contact this newspaper for details. AUCTIONS TOWNER COUNTY, ND Land Auction. 11am Feb. 15, Egeland, ND. 480 tillable & expiring CRP acres in Lansing Twshp. Ed- ward Baumgartner Etal, owners. Call Amy Nikolaisen, Cando Auctions, (701)968-4305, www.candoauctions.com. LAND AUCTION 758 +/- acres barn, grain bin, well Location just off 1-94 Exit 102 - 41 miles from Dickinson, ND and 53 miles from Bismarck, ND. Sells February 24, 2012. G & G AUCTIONEERS (701) 290-4001 www.midwestauctions.com/gandg MISCELLANEOUS WE MAKE IT easy to place an ad in one or all 90 North Dakota newspapers. One order, one bill, one check. We provide the ad de- sign and tearsheets. Call the North Dakota Newspaper Association, (701) 223-6397.