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r SINGLE COPY $1.00 VOL. 132 ISSUE 35 PARK RI ER, NORTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 2015 q~J Photo: Larry Bid Above: Walsh and Pembina County Farm Bureau were host to District 10 and Disbict 19 Legislative Forums last Saturday. Mountain hosted a convemalJon among DistTict 10 legislatom and people they rep- resent while Grafton was host to the District 19 event. Rachel Bina of the Walsh County Farm Bureau (far right) moderated the event in Grafton with (L to R) Rep. Wayne Trotlier, Sen. Tom Campbell, and Rap. Gary Paur, Waish County is divided by the two disldcts westem Waish in Dis 'ict 10 and eastem Walsh in District 19. GRAFTON, N.D. -- The Red Crystal Street Paving Project. The $100,628.71 CDBG grant River Regional Council (RRRC) City is planning to repave all of the funds to the City of Cavalier awarded funding to three region- city streets later this year. The Housing Rehabilitation Project. al projects at its Board of Directors CDBG funds will be used to pay These funds are part of the Phase meeting on February 19 in the special assessments of the II funding package. These funds Grafton. The awards are as fol- low and moderate-income house- match $163,278 recently awarded lows: holds. This application will now be by the Federal Home Loan Bank. $224,030.84 of Community forwarded to the ND Department RRRC Funding Development Block Grant of Commerce-DivisionofCom- (CDBG) funds to the City of munity Services for a grant award. COl'it. page 5 GRAFTON, N.D. -- The The program's goals are to in- being offered in every state this North Dakota State University crease the consumption of and ac- spring. Extension Service is holding cess to locally and regionally pro- NDSU Extension, in collabo- workshops in March to help those duced agricultural products, and ration with the North Central Re- applying for a federal grant develop new markets for local gional Center for Rural Develop- through the Farmers Market and farm and ranch operations. This ment, is partnering with the U.S. Local Food Promotion Program. includes starting, improving or Department of Agriculture's The statewide opportunity that expanding farmers markets, road- will be taking place in Dickinson, side stands, community-sup- Local Foods Minot, and Wahpeton will include ported agriculture programs and COnt. page 3 a stop in Walsh County. agritourism activities. Grants are Photo: Larry Bid By Allison Olimb of The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Park River Area senior Alexa Thompson, daughter of Tom and Angela Thompson, has made a name for herself among the region's ice skaters. In her final skating competition of the year in Moorhead, Minn., on Feb. 13 and 14 she brought home a third place in the com- pulsory event and a first place in the free skate. The compulsory event involved five re- quired elements on half ice with no music. The free skate, she said, is like you see on TV where the skaters perform to music. In either competition she beat out eight other skaters to place. She has been skating in the Park River Figure Skaters program since she was five and this summer she started skating with the Grand Forks program to get a little more ice time in her year. Along with the added train- ing, she started skating competitively for the first time in her skating career. Her current level is preliminary flee skate. She said she wants to continue her skating and "keep testing as high as I can." She Skating COnt. page 5 See page 2 Lakota-Edmore takes Region 4 See page 8 "Believeyou can and- cou're halfway there." 2 GBB action See page 7 Ladies of the Ice Hockey See page 12 i