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SINGLE COPY $1.00 VOL. 132 ISSUE 41 PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 2015 i i higher | Photo: Larry Bid Above: Bdan OToole plants wheat just off of County Road 12 near Crystal, N.D.T.E. Oq'oole Farms dove into Plant 2015 last Friday where they could. The some fields like that in the foreground have proved too wet to get into just yet and though this spring has been a warm one, some farmers have been hoking back wailing for warmer soil temperatures EDMORE, N.D. -- Daniel Hanson, tech- nology instructor at Edmore High School was the recipient of the Intemational Tech- nology and Engineer- ing Educator's Associ- ation Award on Thurs- day, March 26 in Mil- waukee, Wis. Teachers and pro- grams are nominated by each state's ITEEA and CTE Technology and Engineering Di- rector and board. The Program of Ex- cellence Award is one of the highest honors given to technology education classroom teachers at the ele- mentary, middle, or high school levels. It is presented in recogni- tion of outstanding contributions to the profession and stu- dents. Photo: Submitted Above: Daniel Hanson displays his plaque with Edmore Principal Matt Ford. The Program of Ex-ing. At the ITEEA an- cellence Award pro- nual conference, the vides public recogni- honoree is formally tion at the local and in- presented an engraved temational levels. On plaque and other the province or state awards. level, a certificate of This year Edmore achievement isgranted was one of only 20 at the affiliated associ- schools in the nation to ation's annual meet- receive this honor. By Allison Olimb of The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. Peyton Cole of Pm'k River is one of 20 students across the state who have been named to the North Dakota De- partment of Public Instruction's first ever Student Cabinet. For Peyton, daughter of Dennis and Trisha Cole, this is a big opportunity to not only speak her concerns for the current state of education in North Dakota, but also explore a potential career in politics. Peyton said that she met Superintendent of Public Instmcti ten Baesler a year or two ago when she was speaking on preK programs. So when Peyton saw recent press release ask- ing students to ply for the cabinet positions, she w-as inspir-ed, i- More than 80 students from across North Dakota asked to be e0nsidered; 20 were eho- sen to serve for the next 15 months. The group includes 11 females and nine males, coming from five elementary schools, four middle schools and eight high schools in 13 North Dakota cities. They will represent both public and private educatiola in North Dakota. The members are: Bryer Samuelson, a fourth grader at Sun- nyside Elementary, Minot Ethan Wood, a fourth grader at Lincoln El- ementary, Lincoln Photo: Larry Bid Above: Peyton Cole will sere on the first ever euuc Student CaUne Delaney Vilhauer, a fifth grader at Rita Murphy Elementary, Bismarck Molly Farstveet, a sixth grader at Lincoln Elementary, Beach Grace Vetter, a sixth grader at Cathedral Grade School, Bismarck Skylar Strand, a seventh grader at Wachter Middle School, Bismarck Isaac King, a seventh grader at Horizon Middle School, Bismarck Maggie Oberlander, an eighth grader at Valley City Junior/Senior High School, Valley City Sophie Lind, an eighth grader at Mandan Middle School, Mand /n Thomas Iken, an eighth grader at Wachter Middle School, Bismarck Hannah Iron Eyes, a ninth grader at Cen- tury High School, Bismarck Francie Shaft, a ninth grader at Red Riv- er High School, Grand Forks Lynna Ngo, a 10th grader at South High School, Fargo Dawson Schefter, a 10th grader at Lang- don Area High School, Langdon Peyton Cole, an 1 lth grader at Park Riv- er Area High School, Park River Cole Garman, an 11 th grader at Mandan High School, Mandan Madelyn Jean, an 1 lth grader at Hankin- son Public School, Hankinson Student Cab/net Cont page 6 students honored atAg See page 2 eams hod honor See page 9 { Brian. Brett . Jose C~~'to in Minto See page C&earcus t Qx See page 12 "(