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Page 12 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 2017 f i I . I 2017 Minot Mite B Winter Classic took place March 17-19 with the Park River Red Machine Mites retuming victorious. Friday the Park River Red Machine played and beat Minot Wolves 5-3. Then on Sat- urday they beat the Bismarck team 9-2 and then also won Cana- dian team Esterhazy 14-2. Sunday the Red Machine went to the championship. They beat Williston 14-1. The team includes Xander Dahlgren, Blake Kubat, Toren Beneda, Isaac Porter, Remington Dahlen, Trace Anderson, Quinlin Bourbenis Carter, Micah Peschong, James I.arson, Kalsin Twamley, Drake Gire, Callahan Spoonland, and Noah Trollgruben. Head coach of the team is Dean Thompson, assisted by Brandon Larson and Casey Dahlen. Left: The Park Riv- er Red Machine rode into Park River victorious on Sunday as they had clinched the Minot Mite B Winter Classic Championship over the weekend. Dean Thompson, Matt Peschong, and the mighty Mites hoist the Irophy, escorted by the Park River Fire Deparlment. Bot- tom Left: The scoreboard says it all. Top Right: Northdale changes their sign.to welcome the mites home. Bottom Right: The mites cel- ebrate after their big win as number 1. HEALTH CENTER Help Wanl First Care Health Center in Park River has a Full or Part Time position available for an LPN. EOE Call Lori Seim, RN at 284.4512 for more information for sale 4 Bedroom, 2.5 bath located at 513 Wadge Ave S. Park River. Call Dave at 701.331.0295 Walsh Grain Terminal in Park River is currently hiring for 2 positions. One posi- tion is a driveway worker/truck driver. Duties include dumping trucks, general grain elevator operations, and local trucking with no overnight trips. The sec- ond position is a grain grader/driveway worker. Duties include probing trucks, grading grain, and helping with other du- ties around the elevator. Health, Dental, and vision insurance included. 401K match also included. Pay depends on experience. If you are interested please call Tom or Joe at 701-284-6900. m m22 Have you read the C~()i[NT3" SS today? Start or renew your subscription: In-County $34 / Out-of-County $38 / Out-of-State RO. Box 49, Park River, NO 58270 $42 Lifeline The eaa r In Personal Response andSupport Services Paperless billing provides greater convenience, increased security & privacy, improved recordkeeping, saved time & money, plus heJps the environment! With paperless billing you'll receive monthly bill notifications from Polar via email. You can easily view ancl pay your bill and you'll have access to past billing records. Sign up for paperless billing before March 31 and receive a $10 bill credit! Go to thinkpolar.com and click on the GO pAPERLESS link for easy set up instructions! 701.284.7221 800.284.7222 thinkpolar.com How Lifeline Works To Get You Help Fast If you need help, push your personal help button, which automatically dials the Lifeline Response Center. Trained Personal Response Associates who have instant access to your pertinent information will contact you immediately to see what help you need. Even if you can't answer, Lifeline will send the help you need right away and will follow-up to ensure that help did arrive and you are being cared for. _ - . . T L*P ~('~/~ ,~S;.UII;~Ui[;3.11 2847115 T .(O1 1"1/10 S(x:ict .... J- L LLLi LL ~D~:~ Good Sarnaritan Campus J' I?o you or your group have a story to tell? We're here to help. Co.tact The Press: 701.254.6 I / Imlll ;H l'lqll hlil I :liY'i II