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f,,! i ! C ,t LSH CC)Ur,ITY SINGLE COPY $1.00 VOL. 132 ISSUE 34 PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2015 i f -'x Photos: Larry Bid A total of 89 racers in 11 classes ages 4-14 took part in the IC.Jcls Champion Pro Racing snowcross event west of Grafton last Sunday afternoon. The event was hosted by Brent and Sara Riskey. Right: Fnm-year-old Camden Riskey puts his Polaris out in front of a Arclic Cat in the snowcross event Top Left: Brent Riskey encourages his son to pick up the pace in a race. Bottom Left: Two- year-old and future racer Kalvin Riskey is all smiles as dad Brant Riskey fires up the snowmobile he's sitting on, Park River Connnunity Endowment Fund awardsg0000ats for 2014 PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The Advisory Committee of the Park River Community Endowment Fund met on Oct. 15 to consider requests to- taling $25,500 and awarded $14,400 to six local organizations. Those receiving a grant this year are as follows: $400 to the Happy Hour Senior Citizens for repairs to the build- ing $3,000 to Kiddie Korner Daycare to replace gutters and soffits and replace downstairs carpet $5,000 to the Park River American Legion to renovate the coli- seum main entrance $5,000 to the Park River Community Theater for the Lyric Reju- venation $500 to Park River High School for a memorial scholarship in the name of Tom Larson $500 to Park River High School for a memorial scholarship in the name of Chris Rostvet Established in 1983, the Park River Community Endowment Fund serves as a general charitable vehicle for non-profit organizations and projects in the Park River area. The PRCEF is a permanently endowed fund built by gifts from current and former residents and businesses. Each year, the Advisory Committee uses income generated from the PRCEF to make grants to non-profit organizations and/or community projects. PRCF Cont. page 5 Serve and l00n00tect: PR gains new deputies By Kellen Dobmeier of The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Over the past two months, the Park River area has seen the addition of two police officers in Sheriff's Deputies Casey Carver and CJ Ochoa. Both trained at the Devils Lake Academy, Carver and Ochoa come from very different back- grounds. "I'm from Tennessee, close to the Nashville area, near Ken- tucky," said Carver. "I was living in Tioga before I trained at the Academy. I had some contacts through Tioga's police depart- ment." Ochoa, on the other hand, grew up in Hillsboro. "Casey and I graduated from Devils Lake at the same time," he said. Both are titled as Sheriff's Deputies, and have so far been in the Park River area for a short time. "I've been here since De- cember, so that's about two months" Carver said. "Working in Walsh County, riding along with road deputies, and patrolling in Park River." Photo: Larry Bid Above: CJ Ochoa and Casey Carver recenllyjoined the Walsh County Sheriff's Deparlment's Park River office. Ochoa is a an even more recent ty. "I like it," said Carver. "Every- between Park River and his addition. Having a few weeks un- body seems pretty nice, and I'd der his belt, "I just started," he said. like to build a good relationship New Deptrdes So far, both are adjusting very with everyone." well to the Park River communi- Ochoa sees a lot of familarities Cont. page 5 Area auctioneer honored See page 3 VE friends reunited See page 6 'M/hen it snows, you l lave two choices: sE,o00d or make snow angels" Unknown Lesathm reports See page 5 GPR hockey season ends in OT See page 12