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/ /\ ~\// j\ - ( / :7: ~; - : , i~-" "2 ; ( ~ SINGLE COPY $1.00 VOL. 132 ISSUE 38 PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 2015 Above: Galadriel and Simon Burrell audition for the Missoula Children's Theater play 'Rapunzel" to be presented at the Valley-Ed- inburg Middle School Gym in Crystal this weekend. The directors for the show pull nto town on Monday when they hold aud$ons and cast the parlidpants. Throughout the week students memodze their parts and stage the show. Valley-Edinburg students will be presen'dng the Missoula Children's Theater production of "Rapunzel" on Friday, March 27 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, March 28 at 3 p.m. Right: Brady Reilly (I-r) and Sam ICltteison watch Jack Langerud as he gets pretty animated for his audition with Ted Drury of the Missoula Children's Theater. rolls II In to put snow with Edinburg Photos: Larry Bid MINTO, N.D.- The Minto Ru- ral Fire Protection District has re- ceived a $2,500 donation from Walsh County farmer Maurice Felt- man and America's Farmers Grow Communities, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. The donation will help the organ' ation with the costs associated with sending volunteers to training seminars, such as trav- el expenses and admission fees. The Minto Rural Fire Protection District serves all of Walsh County, which has roughly 11,000 residents. "We attend training every year and this donation will help us cov- er those costs," said Fire Chief David Gerszewski. "It is very often that we get this large of a donation. We want to thank the Feltman Family and the Monsanto Fund, it is very much appreciated." For five years, America's Farm- ers Grow Communities has col- laborated with farmers to donate Grow Donat/on Cont page 7 _ Photo: Submitted Above: Brian Wischer (Monsanto Seed Rep), Maurice Fellman and David Gerszewski (Fire Chief) WASHINGTON -- The U.S. cessive rainfall, ground saturation, Department of Agriculture frost, freeze, severe thunder- (USDA) has designated 25 coun- storms, hail, high winds, drought, ties in North Dakota as a primary weather-related insects, diseases natural disaster area due to dam- and sprout damage that occurred ages and losses caused by the combined effects of frost, colder Di er than averages winter, cooler than Cont. page 6 normal spring temperatures, ex- NORTHWOOD, N.D. -- Members of North Dakota's Amer- ican Legion Posts of the Second District and their Auxiliary will be gathering in Northwood at the Community Center for their 2015 Spring District Meeting Friday evening, March 27 starting at 7 p.m. The social starts at 5 pm fol- lowed by a meal at 6 pm. District Commander Francis Lovcik of Pisek will preside over the session, while Department Commander Don Weible will be District Meeting Cont page 5 See page 2 Eureka! Science Stars See page 7 "There's no business-like .... show business, Like no business I know:' t - winners announced See page 6 See page 12