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PAGE 6 THE PRESS FEBRUARY 27, 2013 USDA Disaster Assistance Program deadline nearing FARGO, N.D. -- Aaron Krauter, State Executive Director of North Dakota&apos;s USDA Farm Service Agency reminds produc- ers to purchase FSA's Nonin- sured Crop Disaster Assistance Program coverage for noninsur- able crops. "Crop insurance is an important risk management tool for farmers, but it's not available for all crops. That's why NAP is so important," said Krauter. NAP is a federally funded pro- gram that provides coverage to producers for noninsurable crops when low yields, loss of inven- tory or prevented planting occurs due to natural disasters. Crops el- igible for NAP coverage are those for which crop insurance is not available, including fruits and vegetables, aquaculture, turf grass and forage crops. "Producers must apply for coverage before a disaster strikes," continued Krauter. "Like regular crop insurance, once an application periodcloses, the op- portuni, ty to obtain coverage is passed." The application closing date for spring planted crops is March 15, 2013. In order to en- roll, producers need to contact the local FSA Office where they farm. More information about NAP and where to find your local USDA service Center can be found at www.fsa.usda.go; Farm Service Agency introduces new microloan program PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Don Tongen, Farm Loan Manager for the Farm Service Agency in Walsh County, announced a new Microloan program to increase lending opportunities with fi- nancing up to 35K. Microloans are direct farm operating loans with a shortened application process and reduced paperwork designed to meet the needs of smaller, non-traditional, and niche type operations. "The program will offer more flexiible access to credit and will serve as an attractive loan alter- native for smaller farming opera- tions like specialty crop producers and operators of com- munity supported agriculture (CSA)," said Tongen. "Appren- tice and mentorship programs, non-farm business experience, and farm labor experience are ac- ceptable alternative solutions for helping to meet farm experience and managerial requirements." Operating loaris may be used to purchase items such as live- stock and feed; farm equipment; fuel, farm chemicals, seed, insur- ance and other operating costs, including family living expenses; minor improvements or repairs to buildings, or refinance certain farm-related debts, excluding real estate. Operating loan funds cannot be used to finance nonfarm enter- prises, including earthworms, ex- otic birds, tropical fish, dogs or hoes used for non-farm pur- poses (racing, pleasure, show and boarding): The maximum loan amount for a Mieroloan is $35,000. There is no down payment requirement. For more information, you may contact the Walsh County FSA office in Park River at 701- 284-7771 Ext 2. - The program will offer more flexlble to i .aredlt and will serve as an attractive loan alter- native for smatter farming oper- ations..." i ii T Board Of Education Meeting Park River School Board Notice To Competitors. Of Hearing On Application For Property Tax Incentives Notice is hereby given that the City Council of Park River, North Dakota, will meet at 5:00 p.m. on March 25, 2013 at City Council Room to consider the application of Walsh Grain Terminal, LLC For property ta:< relief on the project which the applicant will use in the operation of Grain Receiving and Shipping Terminal At 6695 135th Avenue NE Lot 1, Block 1, Walsh Grain Addition, Park River, North Dakota Any competitor of that applicant may appear and be heard by the City Council at the tie and place designated herein. A competitor may provide written comments to the governing body before the scheduled hearing, This notice is given by the above-named applicant pursuant to the provisiens of North Dakota Century Code 40-57.1-03 CITY OF PARK RIVER STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS DECEMBER 31, 2012 Funl Name Beginning Receipts Disbursements Ending Balance Balance General Fund 24839 574,111 566,492 32.457 Special Highway 60706 123.961 112133 72,534 Special Funds 32602 53.362 51 525 34 439 Library 20608 14,158 9,288 25478 Airport 18346 880.263 895699 2910 125th i=md 3192 105 2121 1176 426205 367.0t8 263,904 529.319 Sales Tax .., Hospitat Bond 384790 329,606 274,399 439,997 Estate Tax 322 0 0 322 General Funded Depreciation 112270 20,717 24.559 108428 Street Improvement District #7 33179 121.135 132,569 21745 Mueicipal Utilities Enterprise Fund 764787 3.853,920 3.972 023 646,684 Lagoon Maintenance 348334 40521 44.918 343.937 Waer Surcharge 66183 168.708 165,736 69,155 Water Improvement District #95-1 99(M0 102.209 201,249 0 Water Bond Fund 2005 . 64763 " 110 467 104,625 70606 Water Plant Maintenance 109687 223 1 202 108708 Water SuppLy Improvement 10007 5 0 10 012 MU Funded Depreciation 89417 20,083 30 977 78 523 Water Bond Fund Phase 11 47251 79 571 76.100 50722 Water System Repair & Replace 0 36,654 0 36654 Joint Powers Reserve . 0 30.234 7296 22 938- YOTAL Funds 2,716,528 6,927,031 6,936,815 2,706,744 Call us today for details on how to place your ad! Walsh County Press 284-63.33 Liabifities (Loans) Water Sur-charge Fund 35679 t 57,121 299.670 "Water Improvement District #95-1 87211 87 211 0 Water Bond Fund 2005 715680 52313 663.367 Water Rev. Bd Fd Phase fl 546350 38.050 508,300 Hospital Bond Fud 1447925 92 300 1 355,625 Street Improvement District #7 285200 36.012 249.187 Southview Addition 56687 10.825 45.862 Total Liabilities (Loans) 3,495,844 373,832 3,122,011 f- The ones that didn't get away submitted by Ruth Jelinek PISEK, N.D. -- Gage' (14) & Wyatt (12) Jelinek of Pisek, ND caught these big pike ice fishing with Grandpa Loy Je- linek at Matejcek Dam on Feb. '17. Wyatt caught his 19.75 lb. northern pike fish in about 8 feet of water using a tip-up baited With frozen herring. Wyatt's fish measured 41 inches long. Gage caught his 21 lb. northern pike about 30 min- utes later and only 30 feet away. The fish which meas- ured 43 inches long was caught in 4 feet of water using a tip-up baited with frozen herring. They are having both fish mounted. ide note from a grandma's perspective: Gage's tip-up was the first one to snag a fish. Wyatt asked Gage if he could take the fish and Gage said yes. Wyatt worked hard to bring the huge fish up and lo and behold, it was a 19.75 lb northern pike. Gage was happy for his brother. Grandpa Loy told Gage that when you do something good for some- .one else you will be rewarded. Well, about 30 minutes later Gage hauled in a 21 lb. north- ern pike, What a wonderful life lesson learned that day. i 00i00ii! Photo: Submitted Above: Gage (14) & Wyatt (12) Jelinek of Pisek, ND caught these big pike ice fishing with Grandpa Loy Jelinek at Matejeek Dam on Feb. 47. North Valley/Landgon Rural Water District propose consolidation CAVALIER, N.D. -- At a joint meeting of the two Boards of Directors of North Valley Water District (NVWD) and Langdon Rural Water District (LRWD) in Langdon in Decem- 'ber 2012, there was a unanimous consent to proceed to consolidate the two water systems by January 1, 2014. The NWVD and LRWD systems have actu- ally worked together for a period of years, and the two systems are interconnected through the former ABM military pipeline, with the Edin- burg, Adams, and Fairdale areas served with water from NVWD. .i- " Why consolidated the two sy?, ...... The service areas of the two Stems, which includes Pembina County, Cavalier County, and portions ofWalsh, Ramsey, and Towner Coun- ties have lost populations over the past.decades, creating a challenge to adequately maintain and make system improvements and to adequately staff employees, while keeping water rates competitive, The positives 6f consolidation include cost savings from more efficiency, no loss of jobs, more efficient use of staff, less duplication of services, and more population base to support and stabilize water rates. The new consolidated water system, North- east Regional Water District, will serve some is projected to be about 360 million gallons per year. North Valley Water District customers are served with water from 50 wells in the Icelandic Aquifer, west of Cavalier. Langdon Rural Water District purchases the water for their customers from three sources- the City of Langdon, City of Cando, and North Valley Water District. Over the coming months, a series of public meetings, ads, mailings, etc. to inform the memberships of both systems will be under- taken, working toward a positive vote to peti- 2,300 water hook-ups through.over 2,200 miles t-ion the state ergineer to grant the order creating of pipeline to a population of approximately Northeast Regional Water District, effective 10,000. Annual combined water sales volume January 1, 2014. PARK RIVER SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 2013 6:00 P.M. PARK RIVER, N.D. Regular board meeting held January 17, 2013. All merbers present. President Hahn called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. M: Laaveg S: Houser to approve the December 13, 2012, Minutes, All in favor, MC. M: Thompson S: Laaveg to approve ' the expenditures as follows: General Fund #124911-124951, $67,777.74; Payroil & Benefits #28444-28509, $276,595.33; Manual checks #123960- 12404, $16,107.86 and Special Activities #10576-1060, $3&970.61, All in favor, M.C. FLEXIBLE BENEFITS/DISCOVERY BENEFITS 2,784.94 ART OF TOUCH 30.00 WALSH COUNTY SHERIFF DEPT. 50.00 LYRIC THEATRE 642.00 VERIZON 104.90 BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF ND 8,502.48 AFLAC 1,624.10 THE HARTFORD- PRIORITY ACCTS 2,146.94 ND ATTORNEY GENERAL 222.50 AMAZON.COM CREDIT 462.07 BECKY SVOBODNY 25.00 BILL GALLOWAY 15.00 CHAR MYRDAL 27.92 CULINEX 228.85 DAHLEN PLUMBING & HEATING 60.00 DEF;ARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTI 506.44 FLEXIBLE BENEFITS /DISCOVERY BENEFITS 95.00 GRAFTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 950.82 GRAND FORKS PUBLIC SCHOOLS 499.77 GREATAMERICA LEASING CORP. 1,696.00 JEAN FJELD 624.99 JOY BUCHHOLTZ 1,084.98 KATHY KIBLER 1,921.32 KEVIN SKAVHAUG 60.00 KIRK HAM 67.80 LARRY GAARDER 108.00 LARRY OMDAHL 15.00 LEON'S BUILDING CENTER 58.26 MARl BENNINGTON 15.00 MARSHA JOHNSON 14.50 MIDWEST INVESTIGATION SECURITY, INC. 828.00 MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES, 4,053.65 NDASSP 165.00 NDCEL 60.00 NORTH STAR COOP 833,52 & NORTH VALLEY VOCATIONAL CTR Dakota School Boards Association, All in 99.60 favor, M.C. NORTHDALE OIL INC. 3,866.32 M: Brummond S: Houser to approve NORTHERN RED RIVER INTERACTIVE . the first reading of Policy AAB, District TV . 8,000.00 COOP PEARCE & DURICK 731.25 ROB SCHERR 122.q0 SADIE VOLD 58.00 SAMSON ELECTRIC 232.40 SYSCO NORTH DAKOTA 502.40 THREE STAR DAIRY, INC. 2,027.52 UPPER VALLEY SPECIAL EDUCATION 22,841.29 US FOODSERVlCE GRG DIVISION 6,324.04 VERIZON 209.72 WALSH COUNTY PRESS 210.96  WATER & LIGHT DEPT 7,379.45 WELCH'S BAKERY 695.90 AARON SCHRAMM 154.00 ALLIE BENEDA 20.00 BRUCE HEGGEN 120.00 DYLAN CHALLY 5.00 COCA-COLA REFRES 2,396.34 D'S DESIGNS 510.00 GARY BRINTNELL 44.00 BRADY GUDGEL 300.00 MATT HELL 37.00 NICK HOLCOMB 20.00 GAGE JELINEK 5.00 JS WHOLESALE & VENDING 469.97 KEVlN SKAVHAUG 15.00 LOREN MACHART 915.38 MOLLY SOBOLIK 300.00 NANCY LARSON 29.99 PARK RIVER HIGH SCHOOL 18,000.28 PARK RIVER REVOLVING ACCOUNT 1,189.83 JOANNE PETERSON 50.12 PR SQUARE 753.12 ROB SCHERR 25.00 RUSS DAVIS WHOLESALE 6,047.65 RWP, INC. 931.00 SHANANIGAN'S 1,000.00 SPENCER SKAVHAUG 20.00 DYLAN SUNDBY 300.00 "THREE STAR DAIRY, INC, 409.25 TODD KJELLAND 259.00 US FOODSERVICE GRG DIVISION 358.1.1 COLTON WAITE 300.00 WALSH COUNTY FOOD PANTRY 269.30 WAYNES VARIETY 380.42 WELCH'S BAKERY 35.85 TRIClA ZlKMUND 300.00 M: Laaveg S: Brummond to approve the school calendar for 2013-2013, All in favor, M.C. M: Thompson S: Houser to approve the open enrollment application for Brooklyn Massengale, All in favor, M.C. M: Brummond S: Laaveg to approve the open enrollment application for McKenzi Griffith, All in favor, M.C. M: Brtlmmond S: Houser to approve the Web Transfer Agreement with North Goals & Objectives, All in favor, M.C. M: Laaveg : Houser to approve the first reading of Policy ABCA, Copyrighted Material & Intellectual Property, All in favor, M.C. M: Laaveg S: Thompson to approve the first reading of Policy ACAB, Emergency & Disaster Plans & Drills, All in favor, M.C. M: Brummond S: Laaveg to approve the first reading of Policy ACBB, Significant Contagious Diseases, All in favor, MC. M: Thompson S: Houser to approve the first reading of Policy ACDA, Acceptable Use, All in favor, M.C. M: Thompson S: Houser to approve the first reading of Policy ACEB, Hazing, All in favor, M.C. M: Laave] S: Brummond to approve the first reading of Policy BDA, Procedure for Adopting Board Policy, All in favor, M.C. M: Brummond S: Laaveg to approve the first reading of Policy DBAB, Emergency Hiring of Classified Personnel, All in favor, M.C. M: Brummond S: Laaveg to accept, with regret, the resignation of Marcia Rost, All in favor, M.C. M: Laaveg S: Thompson to approve th e Early Retirement Application of Marcia Rost, All in favor, M.C. M: Brummond S: Laaveg to approve Mary Jo Olson' s Application for Early Retirement, All in favor, M.C. M: Brummond S: Thompson to hire Brady Laxdal as head baseball coach, All in favor, M.C. Reports were received by: Kirk Ham - Financial and Administrative; Brenda Nilson and Aaron Schramm - Administrative; Vocational Center - Brady Brummond; and Tracy Laaveg - Library and REA. There is a Coop Board meeting scheduled for February 6, 2013, at 5:30 p.m. Other items of discussion included setting the date for the school board retreat for Tuesday, February 26, 2013; at 4:0G p.m. at the Extension Office and the greenhouse project. The next regular meeting is scheduled for February 14, 2013, at 5:30 p.m. With no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:40 p.m. Diana Hahn, President Rebecca Svobodny, Business Manager (February27,2013) T [ Your community. Your news. Walsh County Press 284 6333 i ) l00l[l00dl liOTHING WOilKS ILIlf NW00AII mwng,, I