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APRIL 2014 THE PRESS PAGE 5 FARGO, N.D.-- North Dako- board and Milnor Fire Department. ta soybean farmers elected four di- He currently serves as vice chairman rectors to the North Dakota Soybean of NDSC and represents NDSC on Council (NDSC). Each will serve a the North Central Soybean Re- three-year term. search Program board. Tyler holds Perry Ostmo, a soybean pro- a bachelor's degree from NDSU in ducer from Sharon, ND, was elect- crop and weed science, and he and edto represent Nelson, Griggs and his wife Betsy have one young Steele counties. Ostmo raises soy- daughter. beans, com, hard red spring wheat, Minto, North Dakota soybean barley and edible beans. He is also producer Arthur Wosick was re- clerk/treasurer of Sharon Town- elected to a three year term repre- ship and Aneta Fire District; treas- senting Pembina, Walsh and Nelson urer of Steele County Township Of- Counties. Since 1982, Wosick has ricers Association; board member of increased foundation seed for new Steel County Soils Committee, Job NDSU varieties of wheat, barley and Development Association, Steele- durum seed for the Walsh County Trail CountyNDSU ExtensionAd- Crop Improvement Association, visory Committee, Trinity Church and he is currently secretary of Council, Prairie Faith Parish secre- that association. Since 1977, Art has tary, Sharon Marketing Club pres- raised soybeans. He has been Pu- ident, and Steele County Farmers laski Township assessor since 1979, Union vice president. Past boards a member of the American Legion ir clude Finley Farmers Elevator, and treasurer of Polish NationalA1- Town and Country Coop, and Steele liance of Warsaw. Art represents County Crop Improvement. Ostmo NDSC on the World Initiative for holds a bachelor of sciences degree Soy in Human Health board. Mar- from NDSU in agronomy. Ostmo fled to Joane, the Wosicks have four and his wife, Patti, have four chil- adult children and five grandchil- dren. He has been appointed to NDSC's marketing committee and dren. represents NDSC on Northern Mike Appert of Hazelton, ND Crops Institute's Northern Crops was re-elected representing Dis- Council. trict 12, which consists of 21 south- "I'm very excited and honored west North Dakota counties. Mike being elected to the North Dakota raises soybeans, corn and sunflow- Soybean Council," says Ostmo. "I ers. He holds a finance degree from look forward to serving on the University of North Dakota and is marketing committee as we continue also a seed dealer. Mike sits on the to find new uses and greater markets Red Trail Energy, LLC board and for all North Dakota soybean grow- his local church board. Mike and his ers." wife Linda have two children and Tyler Speich ofMilnor, ND was one grandchild. re-elected to a three year term rep- North Dakota soybean farmers resenting Ransom and Sargent across the state are represented on Counties. Along with his father the North Dakota Soybean Council and brother, Tyler raises soybean, Board, which oversees a grass roots corn alfalfa, wheat, and sunflowers, promotion, research and marketing The Speichs also operate a cow/calf program funded by soybean check- operation. Along with farming, off dollars. The Council's mission Tyler is also a seed sales represen- is to effectively invest and leverage tative. Active within his community North Dakota soy checkoff re- and county, Tyler is involved in Sar- sources to maximize the benefits of gent County Farm Bureau, Sar- North Dakota soy. The Council is or- gent County Crop Improvement ganized by North Dakota State law. ie host annual Walleye Photos: Larry Biri Above: Jim Mosolf took care of the walleye egg bath while Richard Holand breaded the fillets. It was all part of the Annual Aggie Booster Walleye Feed held at the Park River High School last Friday. The meal consisted of Bernie's Famous Shore Lunch, walleye, backed potato, beans, coleslaw and a hard roll. Bottom Left: Head chef Randy Hahn proudly shows some per- fectly prepared walleye fillets. 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The following roads will carry a "8 Ton Restriction" (Class A}: County Road #22 from State Highway #17 to a point 1 mile north County Road #19 from State Highway #32 to State Highway #18 County Road #19 from Forest River to State Highway #81 County Road #15 from Lankin to County Road #12B County Road #15 from Pisek to State Highway #18 County Road #15 from County Road #6 to State Highway #81 County Road #15A from State Highway #81 to County Road #15 County Road #14 from County Road 19A to Nelson County Line County Road #10 (Pavement Only) North of Grafton County Road #9 from Nash east to Highway #81 of Fairdale The following roads will carry a "7 Ton Restriction" (Class #1): County Road #8 from Veseleyville to County Road #15 County Road #9 from State Highway #18 east to Nash County Road #9 from State Highway #81 east to County Road #4 County Road #15 from Minto east to Interstate #29 County Road #15 from State Highway 18 to County Road #6 The following roads will carry a "6 Ton Restriction" (Class #2}: County Road #4 from State Highway #17 north to Cashel County Road #9 from State Highway #18 west to Edinburg County Road #9 from Edinburg west 11 miles to County Road #16 County Road #9 from Fairdale west to the Ramsey County Line County Road #11 from State Highway #18 east 1 mile County Road #12 from Park River north to the Pembina County Line County Road #12A from Pisek north to State Highway #17 County Road #12B from Fordville south to the Grand Forks County Line County Road #12B from Fordville north to County Road #15 County Road #14 from Lankin to County Road #19A County Road #16 from Adams north to County Road #9 County Road #15 from the Ramsey County Line east to Lankin County Road #15 from County Road #12B east to Pisek County Road #19 from Ardoch east to Interstate #29 The following roads will be posted "NO TRUCKS ALLOWED": County Road #1A from State Highway #18 west 1 mile Single Axle Tandem Axle3 Axle Group Max Gross Vehicle Class (1 axle) (2 axle or more Axle Group Weight Group) (per axle) By Legal Weight (No Change) 20,000 Ibs 34,000 Ibs 17,000 Ibs 48,000 Ibs 105,500 Ibs 8Ton (ClassA) 16,000 Ibs 32,000 Ibs 14,000 Ibs 42,000 Ibs 105,500 Ibs 7 Ton (#1) 14,000 Ibs28,000 Ibs 12,000 Ibs 36,000 Ibs 105,500 Ibs 6 Ton (#2) 12,000 Ibs24,000 Ibs 10,000 Ibs 30,000 Ibs 80,000 Ibs 5 Ton (New)10,000 Ibs20,000 Ibs 10,000 Ibs 30,000 Ibs 80,000 Ibs 8 Ton Restriction (Class A): Single axle 16,000 pounds, tandem axle not to exceed 32,000 pounds, tri-axle not to exceed 42,000 pounds. Total gross weight not to exceed 105,500 pounds. 7 Ton Restriction (Class #1): Single axle 14,000 pounds, tandem axle not to exceed 28,000 pounds, tri-axle not to exceed 36,000 pounds. Total gross weight not to exceed 105,500 pounds. 6 Ton Restriction (Class #2): Single axle 12,000 pounds, tandem axle not to exceed 24,000 pounds, tri-axle not to exceed 30,000 pounds. Total gross weight not to exceed 80,000 pounds. 5 Ton Restriction (New): Single axle 10,000 pounds, tandem axle not to exceed 20,000 pounds, tri- axle not to exceed 30,000 pounds. Total gross weight not to exceed 80,000 pounds. 0