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Page 14 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 2018 Top Right: A juvenile bald eagle lands on a deer carcass east of Park River along Highway 17. There were 12 eagles sighted between Park River and Graft0n earlier this month. They were feeding on five deer carcasses, results of road kill along Highway 17. Bottom Left: This color- ful turkey was high stepping it along Highway 32 just north of Edinburg. Bottom Right: In flight the wingspan of an Eagle is indeed impressive. All Starting Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 7:00 a.m. The following Road Restrictions will apply: Gravel County Roads will be UNRESTRICTED. 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 State Highway #32 County Road #15 from State Highway #32 to Pisek 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 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 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 #19 from Ardoch east to Interstate #29 The following roads will be posted "NO TRUCKS ALLOWED": County Road #1A from State Hiqhway #18 west 1 mile Class By Legal Weight (No Change) Single Axle (l axle) Tandem Axle (2 axle) 3 Axle Group or more (per axle) Max Axle Group Gross Vehicle Weight 20,000 Ibs 34,000 Ibs 17,000 Ibs 48,000 Ibs 105,500 Ibs 8 Ton (Class A) 16,000 Ibs 32,000 Ibs 14,000 Ibs 42,000 Ibs 105,500 Ibs 7 Ton (#1) 28,000 Ibs 12,000 Ibs 36,000 Ibs 105,500 Ibs 14,000 Ibs 12,000 Ibs 10,000-Ibs 6 Ton (#2) 24,000 Ibs 30,000 Ibs 80,000 Ibs 5 Ton (New) 10,000 Ibs 20,000 Ibs 10,000 Ibs 30,000 Ibs 80,000 Ibs i 8 Ton Restriction (Class A): Single axle 16,000 pounds, tandem axle not to exceed 32,000 poundls, 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. Ton Restriction (New): Single axle 10,000 pounds, tandem axle not to exceed 20,000 pounds, tri- txle not to exceed 30,000 pounds. Total gross weight not to exceed 80,000 pounds. - ir , Photos: Lany Bid commun our Contact Allison or Brook at the Walsh County Press 284-6333 or wcpress@polarcomm.com Did you know more than 75?/0 of women working in North Dakota are mothers of young children? Mothers of children younger than the age of 3 are the fastest growing group in the workforce. 30% of women in North Dakota, who choose not to breastfeed, state that returning to work/school is the reason. The Walsh County Health District has received a grant from the North Dakota Comprehensive Cancer Control Program to help businesses becoming designated infant-friendly workplaces. As we know; breastfeeding as severa, I advantages to the infant and mother, but it also can be beneficial to employers. Some of the benefits to being an infant-friendly workplace include: . Creating a positive image for the community, present employees, and new employees Employees who choose to breastfeed tend to miss less work because breastfed infants are typically healthier. Supporting breastfeeding helps lower healthcare costs. Mothers have less risk of breast and ovarian cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. Children have less risk for obesity, diabetes and childhood leukemia. Mothers tend to return to work sooner from maternity leave if they know their workplace supports breastfeeding. Breastfeeding employees who are supported by their workplace report higher productivity and loyalty to their employer. The process is simple to apply to become a designated infant-friendly workplace. Walsh County Health District is here to assist you with the process. If you're interested in becoming an infant-friendly workplace, or have any questions, please call Walsh County Health District at (701)-352-5139.