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PAGE 6 THE PRESS APRIL 30, 2014 t Grace Free Lutheran Church Quilters of Edinburg donates quilts Photo: Submitted Grace Free Lutheran Church Quilters of Edinburg recently donated quilts to First Care Health Center and Park River Vol- unteer Ambulance. The quilters meet weekly starting in the fall and ending in March. They make about 40 quilts each year and donate them to area organizations. Above (L-R): Front row-- Ginny Walker, Wilma Gemmill, and Audrey Lee. Back Row- FCHC Director of Nursing Lori Seim, Kathy Axvig, Park River Volunteer Ambulance EMT-I Cindy Staven, and Linda Olson. BISMARCK, N.D.--U.S. Sen- sparking economic development ator Heidi Heitkamp, Chairwoman in places like North Dakota. The of the Senate Agriculture Subcom- 2014 Farm Bill will, for the first mittee on Jobs, Rural Economic time, target federal investments for Growth and Energy Innovation, projects that support long term re- will hold a hearing to examine gional strategies under the Rural ways to boost rural economies. Business Development Grants Pro- The hearing, featuring testimo- gram, Water and Environmental ny from a North Dakota economic Programs, Community Facilities development expert and a success- Program and Business and Industry ful Native American small business Program. Each program is operat- owner, will be held at 10 a.m. ET on ed by USDA Rural Development. Thursday, May 1, 2014. The hear- Heitkamp and other Senators ing will be livestreamed here. on the panel will hear from "My hearing is going to take an Graflon's Dawn Keeley, who is in-depth look at what has worked to Executive Director of the Red Riv- boost economic development, and what can be done in North Dakota er Regional Council. Keeley has and other rural areas to achieve long- more than 23 years of community and economic development expe- term, sustainable economic growth," said Heitkamp. "Because of the re- rience. She has focused on assisting local governments in economic cently passed Farm Bill, there are many ways North Dakota can har- and community development, dis- ness federal resources to support and aster recovery, housing development build their communities. Now we're and rehabilitation, and strategic working to put them to good use, planning. while also hearing from folks on the Mark Tilsen, CEO of Native ground, like Gmfton's Dawn Kee- American Natural Foods in Kyle, ley, about how we can work together South Dakota, will also testify. to bring more business to rural Tilsen will share the challenges America." and successes he and his colleagues The hearing, entitled "The Im- faced manufacturing and distribut- portance of Regional Strategies in ing their TankaBar line of health Rural Economic Development," foods. Tilsen will discuss how his will focus on regional strategies that company worked with the U.S. build on the strengths in commu- Department of Agriculture to bring nities, like those that are already the product to market. DD~ ~n ,~r~ ~n.~ n,.~ 1 -- .K-- =_.._- .2 ' ~_~ n _.-__ _ _ .__ --- ~:_ = _- :---- -__-- =-- =-. -- purchase of emergency room River, ND 58270. State Tax Cred- equipment; $5,000 to the Park it for Endowment Gifts River Community Theatre Individuals may receive a state Association for the Lyric digital tax credit for a contribution of upgrade project; $500 to the Sun- $5,000 or more (lump sum or ag- shine Kids Center for landscaping gregate in one year) to the PR improvements; $2,000 to the Park River Hockey Boosters for the Community Foundation. The tax new ice plant; $1,000 to the PR credit is 40% of the charitable de- Fire Dept. for upgrading turnout duction allowed by the IRS up to gear; and $150 for the Chris Ros- a maximum credit of $10,000 per Wet Memorial Scholarship. This year per taxpayer or $20,000 per amounts to almost $12,150 given year per couple filing jointly. Busi- toward the betterment of the Park nesses that pay ND income tax River Community. may take a 40% credit up to a to-. During 2013 the Foundation re- tal of $10,000 for gifts to the PR ceived donations and memorials Community Foundation. totaling $10,385. The advisory Applications for this year's dis- board encourages people to re- member the Foundation when tribution can be picked up at the giving memorials or making tax City Auditor's office or found on- deductible donations by sending line at www.ndcf.net and must be them to the Park River Community returned to the City Auditor's of- Foundation, P.O. Box C, Park rice by May 30, 2014. GRAND FORKS, N.D.--Nodak Eleclric Cooperative recently re-elect- ed three members to its board of dir tors. Lee McLaughlin was re-elect- ed as director for District 1; Roger Diehl was re -elected as director for Dis- trict 2; and Steve Smaaladen was re-elected as director for District 3. Fol- lowing the meeting, Nodak Elec c Coopemtive's board of directors named David Hagert as its new chairman. Nodak Electric Cooperative members voted during the cooperative's 74th annual meeting held on April 3, 2014, at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, N.D. More than 300 members attended this year's meeting. "Our board will continue to remain strong with these re-elections," says Mylo Einarson, president and CEO of Nodak Electric Cooperative. "These gentlemen have proven time and again that they' re serious about repre- senting our members and upholding the high standards of this organiza- tion." Nodak Electric Cooperative supplies power to more than 13,000 mem- bers. Its service territory covers all or parts of Barnes, Benson, Cass, Cav- alier, Eddy, Grand Forks, Griggs, Nelson, Pembina, Ramsey, Steele, Traill and Walsh counties in North Dakota. BISMARCK N.D. -- Agricul- ture Commissioner Doug Goehring has extended the deadline to May 9 for the second round of grants to help landowners enhance their prop- erty and restore habitat damaged by overland flooding, erosion, and in- festation by noxious and invasive species. "The Land Enhancement and Habitat Renewal Program is de- signed to help private land owners restore their land or to make it more productive," Goehring said. "The program will provide up to 50 percent reimbursement of most costs associated with reclamation, landscaping, soil conditioning, revegetation and weed control." Proposed projects must involve land that has at least 10 percent woody vegetation or be djacent to wooded vegetation. Control ofnox- CARS and CROSSOVERS X1876B 1995 Cadillac Deville Dark Red, 116,668 miles ............. $4,900 C4067B 1999 Chrysler Sebrin!SOIED,427 miles ................ $3,900 X1951B 2001 Oldsmobile Silhouette Maroon, 124,472 miles ......... $5,900 X1838B 2002 Mercury Sable Black, 208,045 miles .................. 53,900 C3066A 2003 Nissan/Dats Altima Maroon, 96,956 miles ............ 58,900 G3080C 2003 Oldsmobile Silhouette Silver. 147.250 miles .......... 56,900 X1917B 2004 Pontiac Sunfire White. 107,860 miles ................ 55,900 G4038A 2005 GMC Sovana 3500 Gold, 106,875 miles ............... 59,900 X2005A 2006 Cadillac STS Slack, 77549 mite .................... 513,900 X1964 2006 theW Impala ~SOl.~D92 miles .................. 511,900 C2109B 2006 Chevy Monte Carlo White, 84,040 miles ............. $10,900 G2109B 2006 Hammer H3 Red, 56,139 miles .................... $19,900 X2009 2007 Ford Edge Gray, 91,395 miles ..................... 512,900 C4000C 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix Gray, 95.436 miles .............. 510,900 G4022B 2007 Pontiac Grand SOIkD81,836 miles ............... $9,900 B30i4B 2008 Buick Enclave Luxury White, 5&754 miles ........... $23,900 ,C4060A 2008 Buick LaCrosse Maroon, 92,188 miles ................ $9,900 X1904A 2008 Cadillac DTS Blue. 46.236 miles ................... $19,900 X1939A 2009 Chevy Impala White. 53,712 miles .................. $151900 B4017A 2010 Buick Enclave Silver. 56,498 miles ................. 527,900 X1950A 2010 Chew Traverse Silver. 60455 miles ................. $23,900 X2011 2010 GMC Acadia Black, 133,530 miles ................... 515,900 C5008A 2010 GMC Acadia White Diamond, 81.047 miles ........... 575,900 B3006A 201 ! Buick Lucerne White Diamond, 30.014 miles .......... 523,900 X18t5 2011 Chew Camera Black. 15 miles ..................... 538,890 G4061A 201 ! GMC Acadia Black. 42,I89 miles ................... 534,900 G4069A 2011 Nissan/Dats Maxima White, 50.123 miles ........... 523,900 X1959 2013 Cadillac SRXWhite, 14,526 miles ................... 538,900 X1929 2013 Chew Captiva Sport Silver. 14,359 miles ............. $21,900 X1955 2013 Chew Equinox Red. 9,622 miles .................... $30,900 X1943 2013 Chew Impala White. 26.066 miles .................. S18,900 X194G 2013 Chew Impala White, 20,838 miles .................. $17,900 X1942 2013 Chew Impala LT Black, 15,252 miles ................ 519,900 X1954 2013 Chew Traverse Gray. 9,126 miles ................... 537,900 P_ I C KU_ P.$ C4039B 1982 Chew C30 White, 15,206 miles ..................... 55,900 C4066B 1982 Chew C30 White, 46,061 miles ..................... $5,900 G3027A ! 997 CheW K! 500 White 110.513 miles .................. 54,900 G4056A 1999 Silverado 1500 Gray, 143,567 miles ................. $6,900 C4002B 1999 CheW Tahoe Maroon. 227,220 miles ................. $3,900 G4059A 2003 Silverado 1500 Red, 126,935 miles ................. $5,495 G3112B 2003 Ford F150 Red, 78043 miles .................... S12,900 G3104B 2004 Silverado 1500 Red, 142,425 miles ................... $7,000 G3114B 2004 Silverodo 2S00HD Red, 120204 miles ............... S]9,900 C3126A 2004 Silverado 2500HD Silver, 162,077 miles ............. S 15,900 C4049A 2004 CheW Tahoe Maroon 185,650 miles ................. $7,900 C4081B 2004 Silverado 2500HD White, 135,000 miles ............ S12,900 C4038A 2005 Silverado 2S00HD Green. 223,600 miles ............ 516,900 G3092A 2005 GMC Sierra 2500HD Black. 71.559 miles ............. $32,900 C4040A 2005 GMC Sierra 25001SOIkD 34.350 miles ............ 511,900 C4072B 2e0S GMC Sierra 1500 Black, 167,990 miles .............. S11,900 C4074A 2006 GMC Sierra 1500 Red. 85,425 miles ................ $18,900 G4029A 2006 Silverado 1500 White. 121,010 miles ............... $15,900 G3075B x2003 C4052A X1908A G5000A G3122A C4061B G3123A X1940B C4029A X2012A G4030A C3094A C3056A G5004A C4081A G5004B G4073A 'C3033B C3086B G4045B G4067A C4084A GS003A G5007A C3049A 2007 GMC Sierra 1500 Gray, 117,001 miles .............. $14,900 2000 CheW Colorado 76,730 miles ............ : ........ S 13,900 2008 Silvemdo 1500 White, 122,000 miles .............. S ] 7,900 2008 Dodge Ram 1500 Black, 93,497 miles ............. 5] 8,900 21)1)8 GMC Sierra 1500 White, 80,000 miles .............. 523,900 2008 Chew Suburban Ki 500 Gray. 79,600 miles .......... $30,900 2008 CheW Suburban K1500 White, 99,145 miles ......... 522,900 2008 CheW Tahoe White, 104,764 miles ................. $24,900 2008 Chew Trailblazer Silver, 83,955 miles ............... 512,900 2008 Chew Trailblazer Black, 104,000 miles ............... $9,900 2009 GMC Yukon 1500 Gray, 65,500 miles ............... 528,900 2009 GMC Sierra 1500 Red, 84,200 miles ................ S19~900 2009 GMC Sierra 2500HD Red, 43,841 miles ............. $32,900 2010 CbeW Avalanche White, 24,200 miles ............... 536,900 2010 GMC Yukon XL 1 500 White, 35,984 miles ............ $32,900 2010 Ford F250 Super Duty White. 38,020 miles ........... $2L900 2010 6Me Sierra 1500 Red, 21.139 miles ............... 526,900 2010 GMC Sierra 2500HD White. 43.085 miles ............ 533,900 201 ] CheW Avalanche Silver, 65.186 miles ............... $27,900 2011 Silieredo ! 500 Black. 92.504 miles ................. S| 9,900 201 i Silverado 1 500 White, 15.733 miles ................ S I 5,900 2011 GMC Sierra 1500 ESOLQ0 miles .............. $28,900 2011 Chew Suburban 1500 Mocha, 78,000 miles .......... 535,900 2011 Chew Suburban 1500 Red. 45,600 miles .......... 536,900 2012 Chew Suburban Black, 65,074 miles ............... 539,900 2012 Chew Avalanche White Diamond, 23,889 miles ...... 5,:.12,900 AGRICULTURAL DRAIN TILING Surface and subsurface water problems? G2089B 2007 Chew Suburban K1500 Goldmist, 94,962 miles ........ 522,900 C4086A 2012 Silverodo 1500 White Diamond, 32.701 miles ........ S32,900 X2004A 2007 CheW Tahoe Goldmist, 1 I6,488 miles ............... S 19,900 B4018A 2012 GMC Sierra 1500 Gray, 15,277 miles ............... 532,900 X2002 2012 Chevy Cruze Brown. 15,926 miles ................... 519,900 X1921A 2007 Chew Trailblazer,'SO~O38 miles ............... S13,900 G4037A 2012 GMC Sierra 1500 White 50 125 m~les ~,28~900 C3089A 2012 Chew Impala Red 22,000 miles ................... 516,900C4065B 2007 GMCYukon 1500 White, 68.010 miles ............... 528,900 " " ' ' " ............... X1969A 2012 GMC Yukon 1500 Sdver 54 287 m~les $35 9~'~0 C4020A 2012 CheW Impala Tan, 39,517 miles ................... $16,900X2008 2007 Chew Avalanche Red, 45,916 miles ............. ~..$24,900 ' ' ............... .., ' " G4049A 2012 GMC Yukon XL 1500 White 45 500 miles ~,~8 ~00 G3112A 2012 CheW Impala Black, 28,602 miles ................. 515,500C4037A 2007 Silverado 1500 Gray, 78,500 miles ............ ./. $19,900 " ' ' ............ ~' ' y 9 4 17B 2 7 dyer 1 00Br wn ~. X19612013GMCYukonXLRed 12528m~les S44%0 G4066A 2012 GMCTerrain Silver, 27.694 miles ................... $23, 00C 0 e0 S" ado S o ,94.49 ... S18,900 , , " .................. ~ '~ If You Can't Find What You're Looking For... - ~ --.-"/ ~ , PETE SONDELAND . .............. , I I MC 360-O631 INI: LL I'INU II I'UK rUU.. CHEVRE]L~- " AMANDA HANSON e n8:00 5:30 Man. Fri. & 8:00 Noon Sat. 360-4225 lib I www.hansonsautond.com LOREN GULLICKSON Hwy 17 W., Grafton 331-1915 BILL LYKKEN Phq;ne 701-352-3600 or 800-279-3083 520-1713 ious weeds and invasive species is the focus of all proposed projects. Goehring said $50,000 is avail- able for this year's program. Last year, the North Dak'01 a D pfiH-! ment of Agriculture distribfffed 171 ! grants totaling $40,000,. Application forms and a com- plete description of requirements are available on the NDDA website at www.nd.gov/ndda or by calling Chelsey Penuel at (701) 328-2983. "We've extended the deadline to allow more time for people to assess the problems and needs for this fair- ly new program," Goehring said. "Each application will be judged on its merits and on a case-by-case ba- sis" Goehring said priority will be given to projects that: Work cooperatively with state and private landowners Employ Best Management Prac- rices Restore habitat Prevent and reduce the estab- lishment of noxious and invasive weeds Utilize integrated pest manage- ment Enhance future land use and ac- cess Park River, Call Dub Construction for local quality service! Good drainage can improve field operation and production, reduce risk of crop loss, maxi- mize net returns, and much more. Now scheduling. 701-696-2591 or email Dub.Construction@gmail.com