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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS .WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 2018 Page 7 By Kevin Skavhaug The FCP's. . . Okay, so most of the high school sports seasons are over and it's time for the FCP awards. Going back one year. So in no particular order, here they are. Best Beard: Hands down. PRFL Baseball coach Brett Omdahl. Best back row save (after save after save): Amy Seim. Real coach of the year: Seth Kuchar. Yes, the HCV coach is deserving but what the Aggies did with just two returning players impres- sive. Best Popcorn: Edinburg Best VB student fans: Park River/Fordville-Lankin. Best Cheer: PRFL cheer about the two BB coaches Hardest to defend: Dal- ton Albrecht Best battle at the rim: Adam Zavalney and Marcus Niemann Super sophomore: Andre Carrier Best Concession Burgers: Fordville. Best Home Run: )ackson FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL Hankey at Jack Williams i Best play that was in dire iirleed ofinstant replay: Ldst play at Westhope football. VALLEY-EIIlNBURG JUNIOR HIGH Best kill (facial) on an op- ponent: Taylor Reilly. Best Last Second shot: HCV for state title. Best Blooper: Announc. ing Seth Kuchar as the PRFL's Girls BB coach. Second place: Spencer going to Hatton-Northwood's lock- er room at halftime. Best sarcastic pregame quote: Finley-Sharon/Hope- Page Player to a teammate before play-in game against PRFL "What time do you think we'll have practice on Monday?" Most unique National Anthem: Piano Player at Grafton Best Super Fan: North Border Super Fan Keith O1- son Best pregame speech: Lori Seim to Park River hockey players. armer or REGENT, N.D. -- "How does The entry can be handwritten a farmer or rancher use some of or computer-typed on one side of North Dakota's energy sources?" a sheet of a paper. On the back of is the title of this year's essay con- the page, there should be the stu- test for fifth graders throughout the dent's first and last name, age, full state. Energy is used every day in address, parent's name, and name our homes, schools, businesses and of school. The contest is also open lives. How do farmers and ranch- to home-schooled students. ers use it? The contest is spon- Mail the entries to Marlene Kou- sored by North Dakota Women ln- ba, 6160 105thAve SW, Regent, volved in Farm Economics ND 58650 and they must be post- (WIFE). marked by April 14. There will be North Dakota has many sources cash prizes for the first, second and of energy, such as coal, oil, gas, third place winners. Each partic- natural gas, ethanol, biofuel, hy- ipant will receive a personalized droelectric, wind and solar. Fifth and colorful certificate. grade students can write up to 100 Women Involved in Farm Eco- words on how they think, or know, nomics is a grassroots organization farmers and ranchers use any of for anyone interested in agriculture those sources of energy. It could and all walks of life. WIFE rep- be to get water, electricity, phones, resents your agricultural inter- televisions, stoves, cars or what- ests, keeps you informed, utilizes ever they can think of about one or your talents and skills, educates more sources and tell which one it and communicates on ag-related comes from. Teachers could make issues through a monthly state this into a class project or parents newsletter, testifies when needed and grandparents can encourage and work together. For more in- their child to write about their formation, contact Koubaatabove ideas? address. A Honor Roll llth Grade llth Grade Bryce Wood Sydney Beneda 10th Grade Marissa Sluke Dylan Rasmusson 9th Grade 9th Grade Vanessa Cooper Samuel Hagen Layne Gemmill B Honor Roll Madllyn Gerszewski 12th Grade 7th Grade Austin Graham Kaitlyn Merry "A" Honor Roll Logan Wieler (7) Ella Kittelson (8) Jordan Labine (8) "B" Honor Roll Jayse Larson (8) Lucas Anderson (8) Wyatt Sob01ik (8) Brayden Johnson (8) Emily Steinman (8) Jaykob Knutson (8) Clare Ashpole (7) Bill O'Hara (8) Isabella Dreger (7) Bethany O'Toole (8) Justin Klose (7) Lukas Pastorek (8) Halley Larman (7) Gwyneth Wieler (8) Andrew Myrdal (7) Jonathan Dusek (7) :! Photo: Larry Bid Above: Careful careful. Rnn Dahlen b-ies to stand up in his sled as he slides down the Park River Area El- ementary School hill following our recent dusting of snow in this season somewhere between winter and spring. "A" Honor Roll Kaylee Pastorek (10) Bailey Phelps (11) Jayden Brolliar (12) Hunter Sobolik (10) Carley Reilly (11) Amber Gemmill (12) Emilee Reilly (10) Christian Duff (10) Rachel Klose (12) Chloe Gemmill (9) Brendan Durand (10) : Alexandra Knu on (12) :,: Lorton (9) ' :T@g Nilly- (i:2j ' Katel ifiOb- tff(9) Casey.Vargason (12) Jaiden Kringstad (10) Anna Vasel (12) Abby Zidon (12) Dylan DuBois (11) Zach Larson (11) Megan Oberg (11) Grace Ashpole (10) Dylan Feltman (10) Tyler Jackson (10) Nathan Gilleshammer (10) Grace Kertz (10) Maria Myrdal (10) "B" Honor Roll Ava Hepokoski (12) Sierra Jenson (12) Paige Laxdal (12) Brody Nelson (12) Isabella Backer (11) Trey Barker (11) Andrew Hurt (11) Lindsey Iverson (11 ) Marl Norman (11) Jessie O'Hara (11) Halley Hurtt (10) Connor Slama (10) Tyson Backer (9) Tristin Hall (9) Kendra Hannesson (9) Emma Johnson (9) Jesse Johnson (9) Cassie LolSez (9) Hannah Oberg (9) Nyssa Santo (9) Alex Swanson (9) "~. "lTr'lw't~'n~lr/'~',r'~'lLT f~'L'r A ~ lr'~'ll~ I"~ ! W v-~ A I"~'rI : ~;-xd-Z,2-~ :. -- i-~ : --si~ ~= ; ' ~,:v--27= -.:-.: ;~ ~- 4 1/2 months before being named director in May 2012. an interim director and that a national search will be car- Extension is safeguarded because of the dedication, pas- "I want to publicly thank Chris for the tremendous fled out next year for a permanent director, sion and expertise of all the staff. work he's done as Extension director and wish him the "When I applied for my original position at NDSU as "Lisa and I look forward to moving closer to and spend- best in his future," said Ken Graflon, vice president for ANR program leader, I was drawn to the NDSU Extension ing more time with our family," he said. Agricultural Affairs; dean of the College of Agriculture, Service because it has a genuine purpose of serving all the Boerboom earned a bachelor's degree in agronomy Food Systems, and Natural Resources; and director of the people of the state through a county-based, specialist- and agricultural economics in 1984, a master's degree in North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station. "He has supported system," Boerboom said. "In applying for the agronomy in 1987 and a doctorate in agronomy in 1989, led Extension with integrity and steadiness through both director position, I stated that I believed in Extension. I all from the University of Minnesota. positive times and challenges, and he will be missed at continue to believe that NDSU Extension is serving North Before coming to NDSU, he was an Extension weed NDSU." Dakota extremely well and will continue to serve North specialist in the Agronomy Department at the University Grafton said an internal search will begin soon tofind Dakotans even better in the future. I know the success of of Wisconsin in Madison. with i! ir classified ad will appear in all 90 North Dakota daily and weekly newspapers for only your newspaper + for details HELP WANTED STATES ATTORNEY FOR MCIN- TOSH COUNTY: Part time. Oppor- tunity for organized, innovative, ded- icated and self-motivated attorney to guide county States Attorney ef- forts. Criminal Law experience re- quired. This is an appointment to an elected position with supervisory and budget responsibilities. Salary ne- gotiable. Contact the Mclntosh County Auditor's office at 701-288- 5141 or by email at Deadline for applications is Apdl 10, 2018. CITY AUDITOR POSITION. The City of Washburn, North Dakota is accepting applications for the posi- tion of full-time City Auditor. 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