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MARCH 13, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 5 ._..- _:- - -- _:- - - _ --__-- -- ---. Z-_.'l i w ,r,, .i, the tragic accident that took her fellow seniors at Park River High from us. School Carly Myrdal and Skylar Caiya's sister, Caylee said "She Lietz included sleepovers and always used to walk with my morn summer fun. to church, we called her little mom, Myrdal said, "I remember I had and she always took care of our my first sleepover ever with her young.est brother Cal because he two weeks before she died." was just a baby. She always Lietz said, "I have a ton of wanted to do everything I did and memories with Caiya. We always , be like me." loved running through the sprin- I remember ,going over to play kler together and going swimming. at Caiya's house after t-ball prac- We were always scared of the dark tice when we were little and swing- when we were together so we ing on the swing set while eating would lay together in bed under the rhubarb we'd stolen out of Car- covers with a flashlight and just olee's garden, laugh." That rhubarb is a memory that I remember when my older fellow senior Kirsten Johnson brother Ryne would come over and shares, to hang out with Caiya's brother Johnson said that she remem- Carter and we'd play '"war" with bered singing on the swings with Neff Guns with Ryne and Carter Caiya. "I disobeyed my mother defending their tree fort while and went to her house to play base- Caiya and I defended the ground. ball and eat rhubarb (the first time Every person has their own I ever tried it) on the swing set in- memories with and of Caiya but stead of being at the park play- everyone who got the chance to ground like I was supposed to be," know her all agrees that she was said Johnson. one of the nicest people that they Another old classmate of ours have ever met. She was always who now goes to Valley-Edinburg there for her friends and we all feel High School, McKayla Benning- that she was taken too soon. ton said "I remember swimming As we go through our senior with her at the pool and calling her .year, the Park River class of 2013 when I couldn't sleep on summer has vowed to remember Caiya on nights and also riding our bikes to- our graduation day, throughout our gether, we used to make a lot of year and our lives. We will be hon- sand castles at the park." oring her at our graduation cere- The memories that stood out for mony in May. p r Notice Of Filing Deadline Valley-Edinburg Public School District #118 L" p I! /] 17 17 p i'r lr 17 !'11 17 II /'1 i ! i J PIT 7 ----.:-- =.._------ =-------":--_:-= --- Z:_--_._-"---- =--.:--:__==-. -- in 2003 he had inappropriate con- tact with a 16-year-old girl, his Marshall County probation was re- voked and he was rettmed to the state of Minnesota to serve his orig- inal sentence. Wild said that Olson had partic- ipated in some sex offender treat- ment twice while in Minnesota prison however he did not com- plete the program. He was released from Min- nesota Correctional Facility-Lino Lakes in September of 2010 and was released from parole and pro- bation in July of 2012, Wild said that Olson does not have avehicle and is not currently employed. Olson is 5-feet-5-inches tall and weighs 148 pounds. Wild stressed Olson has served his time and that this meeting was for educational purposes only .to make those within the community aware of who their neighbor is. Wild said that he got the level 3 status from Olson's paperwork from Washington, but Wild said that the system from state-to-state is very similar. Washington defines level 3 as "Level 3 Offenders are considered to have a high risk to re- offend. They usually have one or more victims and may have com- mitted prior crimes of violence. They may not know their victim(s). The crime may show a manifest cruelty to the victim(s) and these offenders usually deny or minimize tile crime. These offenders com- monly have clear indications of a personality disorder." There are no laws prohibiting Olson from living near the school or daycare, however he is prohib- ited from being on or in school property except as prmitted by school board policy and for certain reasons such as voting or to attend a public meeting. According to the North Dakota Sex Offender website, "prohibition applies to all public and non-public elementary, middle and high schools. School property may in- clude playing fields, playgrounds, fnd ottief ficilities. In accordance with school policy or with written permission from the school, a reg- istered offender may attend parent- teacher conferences and school functions." Wild said that any'changes that the community would need to be - aware of regarding Olson would be posted on the state sex offender website: www.sexoffender.nd.gov. Wild stressed Olson has served his time and that thts meeting was for educational purposes only to make those within the community aware Notice Of Filing Deadline Fordville-Lankin School District #005 of who their neighbor is. " 800-895-4728 disABILITY TECHN OLOGY www.ndipat.org eligible for a free specialized telephone. If you are a North Dakota resident, call the Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Service to find the right phone for you: Call 800-8954728 NOW to see if you are eligible for a FREE telephone. I I r, S " D.UNDE MUTUAL ANNUAL POLICYHOLDERS MEETING FREE NOON LUNCH Tuesday, March 26th 10:30 a.m. Park River City Office Building Regular Business Meeting Election of Directors * Door Prizes DUNDEE MUTUAL INSURANCE o. FA00UTUAL .,m._. / n s u r a n c e Insurance for Town and Farm 701-284-7139 f -N Winter marches on \\; Photo: Larry Biri Above: Dolf Oldenburg cleans out his neighbors driveway as his dog BoOmer has a good time frolicking in the snow during the snow storm that hit the region last week. The storm dubbed Winter Storm Eric by the Grand Forks Herald dumped up to a foot of snow in some parts of the region, DUI Task Force increases DUI enforcement period mWalsh County and the surrounding area GRAFTON, N.D. -- Beginning March 15 through March 23, the Northeast Grand Forks Regional DUI Task Force in conjunctiori with the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) will in- crease enforc[ment as part of an effort tO keep individuals from driv- ing under the influence. Dufin.Lhis ti.me additioaa! officers will be assigned to monitor city, rural aEd state r0adways ...... '"r '. "We have a solid partnership across the state 3f North Dakota," says Kyle Ternes, Captain North Dakota Highway Patrol, "and by working together to create high visibility enforcement, we are mov- ing towards our goal of deterring motorists from drinking and driv- ing." "When an impaired driver makes the decision to drive, nobody is safe," said Lauren Wild, SheriffWalsh County. "And as long as those decisions continue to be made, we'll continue to hold increased en- forcement periods." The DUI Task Force would like to remind everyone to please des- ignate a driver. In 2011, to encourage responsible and positive be- havior, NDDOT launched the public safety campaign, "Don't Forget TODD." This is an interactive'website designed to remind peoPle to ,la,jcsignate a driver when alcohol is involved. M0reqnformation on regional DUI enforcement activity through- out the state can be t'ound at www.dontforgettodd.com. This website contains the list of increased enforcement periods, safe ride informa- tion, a text and email alert option to sign up for increased enforce, ment alerts and much more. The Northeast Grand Forks Regional DUI Task Force includes the following agencies: NDHP, Pembina, Walsh, Nelson, and Grand Forks Sheriff's Departments, and Cavalier, Grand Forks, and Uni- versity of North Dakota Police Departments. NOTICE OF FILING DEADLINE Notice is hereby given, that the filing deadline for three school board member positions for the Fordville-Lankin School Board of Education District #005. Is the 12 day of April, 2013, at 4:00 pm in the business manager's office at the Fordville- Lankin School. Each of the two positions is for a three year term. Fordville-Lankin School Board of Education Paulette Bosh, Business Manager (March 13, and March 20, 2013) NOTICE OF FILING DEADLINE Notice is hereby given, That the filing deadline for a three year term for the Valley area and a three year term for the Edinburg area position for the Valley- Edinburg Public School District #118 School Board will be Friday, the 12th day of April, 2013 at 4:00 PM at the Valley, Edinburg High School Office in Edinburg. Interested parties may pick up Application for Nomination and Statement of Interest at the following locations: Valley-Edinburg K-4 Elementary School Office, Hoople, ND Valley-Edihburg 5-8 Elementary School Office, Crystal, ND Valley-Edinburg High School Office, Edinburg, ND By order of the Valley-Edinburg Public School Board A. Eileen Rinde, Business Manager (March 13, 27 and April 3, 2013) 00ERRA Dakota Growers Pasta Company, a subsidiary of Viterra has an immediate need for Production Workers, Mill Operators, and Electricians in our Carrington, ND plant. Viterra offers a competitive wage and excellent benefits. For confidential consideration, please submit a cover letter and resume, along with salary requirements to usa.recruitmentviterra.com or call 952- 460-7480. We are proud to be an EO/AA Employer. /TD ST. THOMAS, ND Farm Help Wanted: McMartin Farms, in St. Thomas, ND; is seeking farm employees for 2013 and beyond. We have both seasonal and part-time positions available. Steady work from April through November, winter equipment maintenance and other shop work is also a possibility for employees with the right skills. Planter, airseeder and sprayer experience preferred. Competitive pay and benefits. For more information, call Andrea at 701-520-1983. Applications available on our website: www.mcmincfarms.com. EOE t Agronomy Center Help Wanted: North Star Coop Agronomy Centers in Park River and Cavalier is looking for seasonal help. This position is for yard workers and tender truck drivers. We will help you get your CDL or Seasonal Permit. For more information, please call Shannon at 284- 7453 or Jeff at 265-4577.