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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, APRIL I 8, 2018 Page 3 0" Locally owned and operated, Grafton Drug features a unique selection giftware, puzzles, candy, kitchen items, cards, and more. Gift wrap with purchase. Gift cards also g, available. KARl F Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: Spring into Junque will be held at the American Legion in Park River on Saturday;April 21. Admission from 8am-9am is $10 and 9am-2pm is $3. Free coffee, mimosas, muffins & breads. Stop by to purchase or check out our Recycled Treasures, BarnWood Drcor, Refurbished/Repainted Furniture. We have greatVintage Finds, Shabby Chic Items, Seasonal D&or and MORE! This event is sponsored by RE.O. Chapter Q. Proceeds used for scholarships and philanthropy. . Park River }-- alllarltan301 County Road 12B 284-7115 AUTO PARTS -Walsh County Veterans Service Office Here are some common reasons veterans don't want to make a VA dis- ability claim: Myth: I don't have a disability. This is probably the most common reason veterans don't file a dis- ability claim. It's unfortunate that there is a stigma around the term "dis- ability." A better way to look at a VA disability claim is to say, "I have a medical condition that occurred during, or was caused by, my military service." Likewise, you can think about "disability compensation'' as an insur- ance policy against those same medical conditions. An approved disabil- ity claim will give you access to VA medical care and a monthly disability compensation payment (for ratings 10% or higher). Filing a VA disability claim isn't milking the system- it is a way to in- sure your future self from potentially worse medical conditions, get the medical treatment you need, and receive monetary compensation from lost earnings potential. Myth: Having a VA disability rating will affect my future employment options. Many jobs require members to be in top physical condition (police, firefighters, first responders, federal agents, etc.). Some of these careers may even require the member to pass a physical fitness test or other med- ical screening. In almost all of these cases, the underlying medical con- dition and your health and fitness will determine your ability to qualify for the job. The fact you have a VA disability rating generally won't im- pact your ability to land the job. To counter this myth, a VA disability rat- ing may actually give you additional Veterans Preference Points for federal employment (some states may have a similar program for state job applications). Myth: Getting VA Disability benefits will take them from someone who deserves them. This is a noble line of thinking, but it's not true. There is no quota or maximum number of veterans who can receive VA disability benefits. The VA also places veterans into Priority Groups based on the severity of their disability ratings, economic need, and other factors. The VA is there for all veterans, not just those who have the "greatest" need. You owe it to yourself and your family to receive the care and benefits you have earned. Next time, I will expand on more misconceptions in filing a disability claim with the VA. Until then, thank you for your service and please call me with any questions at 701-352-5030. Katrina Hodny, Veteran Service Officer Admin Bldg 638 Cooper Ave, Suite 5 Graffon, ND 58237 701-352-5030 or 701-331-1700 walshcountyvso@nd.gov walshcountynd.com/veteran Facebook @WalshCountyVeterans Park River, ;,By Jim Miller Dear Savvy Senior,' ' free Vi WClik @lb to y;iit'de, ices. 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Candidates County Primary Election, will be completed by mail or in person at for election are as follows: the Farmers Room at the Walsh First Ward City Council: County Courthouse on Election Dennis Kubat Day. Jason Lindell The deadline to get on the bal- Second Ward City Council lot was Monday, April 9. council Joey Miller member Dwight Byron, Ward 1; Jeffery Dahlen and council member Arvid Knut- Third Ward City Council son, Ward 2; chose not to run for Kyle Halvorson reelection. Terms for council mem- Park River Mayor Dan Sten- ber Keith Anderson, Ward 1; coun- vold will be running for reelection ell member Robert "Bob" unopposed. Lundquist III, Ward 2; and court- Three positions are available on ell member Mike Lorton, Ward 3 the Park River Park Board. There expire in 2020. . BISMARCK, N.D. -- Nancy Thompson, city coordinator for Park River, received the Leader Award at the Municipal Govemm'ent Academy awards ceremony during the North Dakota League of Cities' "March Madness" workshop held winners receive credits in the Lead- ership Training Program (LTP) by attending conferences and training events sponsored by the North Dakota League of Cities. Eleven LTP participants were recognized for achieving the first lev- March 8-9 in Bismarck. el or"Innovator" award (30 hours of "This is a great honor for a city training), seven city leaders achieved official," said Chelsey Benson, the "Visionary" award (60 hours of training services and communica- tions manager for the North Dako- ta League of Cities. "Each city can be proud of the achievements of these 38 individuals and will enjoy the benefits of having a city leader so committed to the future of the training), 14 individuals achieved the "Leader" award (100 hours of train- ing) and six individuals reached the "110%" award that requires 200 hours of training. The North Dakota League of Cities provides service, advocacy, community." leadership, education and support for The Municipal Gox ernment 'North ,Dakota's 357' incorporated Academy s Leadership Training eities:Tl-te'LeadershipTrainingPro- Program recognizes city leaders gram is the cornerstone of the for their dedication, time and com- -League's commitment to providing mitment in making their communi- city officials with the tools they need ties better places to live. Award to govem effectively. ; 110 4th St. E Dear Susan, for $299 (Wi-Fi is required), or , Video chatting is a great way to you can purchase their 4G Broad- WALHALLA, N.D. 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