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APRIL 23, 2014 THE PRESS PAGE 3 GUAFTON DUUG is dedicated to helping you live well with. diabetes. We provide expert pharmacy advice on medications and tracking your glucose as well as supplies like glucose meters and test strips. Let us help you manage your diabetes. Walsh County Spotlight  "00 The merchants below are / proud to announce: ToP MOOEL TO MooEL, GRArrON You were made for greatness" Former America's Next Top Model contestant Leah Darrow will be speaking at St John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Grafton on Wednesday April, 23 at 7pm. Leah speaks to people of all ages on topics of mercy, conversion, human dignity, modesty, and chastity. Interested in becoming a spotlight sponsor? Contact the Press at 701-284-6333 C(;,xi Park River , I samaritan 301 County Road 12B (_C) S;cictv_ i [  Park River 1 Implement 284-6316 [FIR s Park River ~ 284-7244 Adams 944-2231 T UNITED Grafton ~ 352-3668 Michigan ~ 259-2112 --"Bank & Insurance Hoople ~ 894-6123 Crystal ~ 657-2168 110 4th St. E Park River 284-7221 Jim's Super Yalu 284-6433 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! Urgent news for DIABETICS with BLADDER CANCER The diabetes drug, ACTOS, has been linked to an increased risk of bladder cancer. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with bladder cancer after taking ACTOS% ACTOplus mete, ACTOplus METe XR or duetact, call us now about making a claim for substantial monetary compensation. No fees or costs until your case settles. We practice law only in Arizona, but associate with lawyers throughout the U.S. I   GOLI)BERG & OSBORNE "11: ,,,,c.,.,. 1-800-TIlE-EAGLE  '*" .... ( ! -800-843-3245) *" I [ " www. ! 8ootheeagle.(:ol FOR THE TROOPS -Walsh County Veterans Service Office Talking about disability compensation for veterans Disability Compensation is a monetary benefit that is paid to Veterans who are disabled by an injury or illness that was incurred or aggravated during active military service. These disabilities are considered to be service connected and will be treated by the Department of Veterans Affairs for the duration of the veterans life. Monthly disability compensation varies with the degree of disabil- ity and the number of eligible dependents. These benefits are not sub- ject to federal or state income tax. To be eligible for compensation the Veteran must have been separated from the military under conditions other than dishonorable. Payments of disability compensation are based on the percentage of the disability that is established by law. Percentages are from 0% - 100% with monetary payments starting at the 10% level. Once veterans reach the 30% level they may qualify for an increase in their monthly ben- efit if they currently have any dependents. Veterans who are at the 50% level qualify for treatment of any medical condition except dental con- ditions unless those dental conditions are service connected, then they would be covered. Those veterans that are at the 50% disability lev- el and are military retirees are eligible for what is called Concurrent Retirement and Disability pay (CRDP). This means that military re- tirees who are also at least 50% disabled can get both their disability compensation and retirement pay, all other retired veterans at less than the 50% level must choose between the two. There are a lot of disabilities that can be service connected and the Walsh county Veteran Service Office would love to talk to you about the benefits that you may be entitled to. Please feel free to give our office a call at 701-352-5030 or stop by for a visit at 638 Cooper Av- enue Suite 5 Grafton, ND. Thank you for your service. Chris Kratochvil * Walsh County Veterans Service Officer Administrative Building, 638 Cooper Ave Ste 5, Grafion agricultural land. What may work well for one county's valuation procedure may not work well for another county. For instance, coun- ties in the Red River Valley have topography and production factors very different from counties in the Badlands; counties in the Turtle Mountains have different issues from those in the Missouri Coteau region. Each county must make ferences in east and west such as the salinity and perpetual water is- sues out west. He said that they don't have much legal recourse. They are trying to put a moratorium on the tax valuations until the issue can be addressed. He said that those who stated they would not sign were told that there could be consequences for decisions about the implementa- tion of their assessment methods not fulfilling their duties as town- according to their own distinct ship officers, however, Bee was not willing to put his name':to the valuationcommittee  something he did not agree wit!i,'i recognizes the differences from' "The end result is not right r county to county, Bee said, the as- Western Walsh County," he said, sessment that was done on Walsh "We're getting the raw end of the County did not account for the dif- deal?' (k,')l.laT AE YOU CELEATINOI7 The Press will print your announcements - weddings, milestone birthdays, anniversaries, or babies - free of charge Fee applies for open house invitations Register NOW for Carp! Fhfih6 Union Zikmund awarded honor at Lake Region State College for 'Burning Memory' essay PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Lake Region State College has chosen Abby Zikmund, the daughter of Jacqui and Tim Zikmund, to receive the school's writing excellence award for her essay "Burning Mem- ory." To be eligible for the award, a student must be a part- or full-time student at LRSC; Abby, a senior at Park RiverArea Schools, is enrolled in college credit English 110 and 120 classes taught on the ITV net- work. Abby will be awarded a plaque at the LRSC graduation ceremony on May 16, and her name will be permanently displayed on a plaque in the Lake Region College Hall of Fame. Also, as the winner, Abby's biography and her essay will be fea- tured on the opening pages of the college's magazine of the arts, Shorelines, which is published an- nually each summer. Abby's essay was written as a memoir for English class and details the impact on her life and emotions when her childhood home was razed by fire in order to make room for a new home. With insight, her essay shows readers that buildings are perhaps not as important as the memories made inside them. "Abby is an exceptional English student, who is very insightful and motivated. One of the main reasons that her writing excels over others is that she strives to edit and improve her original work. She seeks con- stmctive criticism. It has been a joy to have had such a hard-working and polite student in my English class- es throughout the years and to see the continual maturity and growth of her writing skills," states her Eng- lish instructor, Edie Rygh. One of the main reasons that her writing excels over others is that she strives to edit and improve her original work. She seeks con- structive criticism." Transforming the Difficult Child - The Nurtured Heart Approach workshop to be held in Grafton GRAFTON, N.D. -- A child's intensity is a gift that needs to be nurtured. How do we accomplish this and help our children to ful- ly flourish and thrive - even to be GREAT - in an ever-challenging world? Parents, grandparents, foster parents, childcare providers are in- vited to join instructor Molly J. Soeby, Nurtured Heart Approach Certified Trainer and explore proven stragies, as she shares with,you powerf.l skills you can use immediately tohetp children live life in positive action. This Nurtured Heart Approach work- shop will be offered via IVAN services on Mondays, May 5, 12, 19, June 2 & 16 from 6:30-8!00 p.m. at North Valley Career and Technology Center, 1548 School Road in Grafton. Cost for the program is $30 per person. Snacks will be provided. This program is Growing Futures Approved for 5.5 credit hours. Pre- registration is required by May 1 st. Traditional approaches to deal- ing with a child's intensity can eas- ily make situations worse and damage our very precious rela- tionships with the children in our lives. The Nurtured Heart Approach has been proven to create GREAT- NESS in even the most intense children - very quickly and in in- spiring and lasting ways. Children learn to believe in themselves and have confidence in successes that flow from investing intensity, in- telligence and life force into pos- itive action. The Nurtured Heart Approach is a set of core methodologies orig, inally developed for w0king with the:most difficult ehile. It has become a poweri way 6f bring- ing inner wealth to all children while facilitating parenting and classroom success. It has a proven, transformative impact on every child, including those with be- havioral diagnosis such as ADHD, Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, and Reactive Attachment Disorder - almost always without the need for medications or long-term treat- ment. Don't miss the learning and fun! Pre-register today by calling Walsh County Extension at 284-6624. Space is limited. This program is sponsored by NDSU Extension Service. Your community. Your paper. 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