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OMMUNITY THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY( MAY 27, 2015 Page 5 CAVALIER, N.D. -- The Pem- bina-Walsh Livestock Processing Plant, LLC is accepting both pro- ducer and non- producer invest- ments from North Dakota residents for the development of a custom multi- species meat pro- cessing plant to be located in the city of Cavalier, ND. One thou- sand shares at $t000 dollars per share are available for investor purchase. Highlights of the project in- clude: 1. Location: The facility will be located at 101 Industrial Drive, Cavalier, ND. 2. Size: 5000 sq ft. Cost: esti-. mated at $750,000.00. Equipment Cost: $300,000.00. Initial Operating: $320,000.00. 3. Projected animals to be processed annually: -Beef: 1100 head -Hogs: 1,000 head-Bison: 150 head -Lambs/Elk: 150 head 4. Services to be provided: -custom meat processing for producers -plant owned products for retail sale: sausages, beef snacks, bun- dles of meat, hamburger, steak, roasts and other products as re- quested by consumers. 5. Number of Jobs anticipated: 10 full time jobs by year 3 of op- eration. 6. Financial forecast: Business is projected to make a profit by year 3 of operation. Meetings will be held at 7:00 p.m. at the following locations and to provide project information and accept investment commitments: -Tuesday June 2, 2015: Pem- bina County Emergency Manage- ment meeting room, Cavalier, ND -Wednesday June 3, 2015: War- saw Bar, Warsaw, ND -Thursday June 4, 2015: Walsh County Extension Meeting Room, Park River, ND -Tuesday June 9, 2015: Mountain Comnmnity Cen- ter, Mountain, ND -Wednesday June 10, 2015: Good Friends Meeting Room, La- rimore, ND Copies of the project's business plan and prospectus will be avail- able at all scheduled meetings. "~1. ~"~ ~,"~-ii,'~ ~ T'TTnrlV'ITT "lrn'lrLJ"~llr "r~ f'~'rn A[ http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/tbod for sive experience as a food process- current recommendations and safe ing authority, I probably would equipment to use when home-pre- take a bite. I would watch the food serving foods (click on Food Preser- scientist taste the food first, though, vation), just to be sure. I also might wait a Personally, I've never been con- couple days to see if the food sci- sidered a''finicky eater." However, entist was still healthy. I am quite picky when it comes to However, if the person found the home-canned food. The risk of los- recipe on a website with no credible ing my ability to breathe is a real de- backing, I would steer clear. A1- terrent to me. though you might not win a popu- Be sure the food that you canned larity contest by questioning the safe- or the home-canned food you taste ty of the food, your health is more was made and processed using the important, right? most current canning techniques When made with safe ingredi- from the National Center for Home ents, potato salad can be flavorful Food Preservation, from universities and colorful, and it makes a delicious or from reputable food processing addition to a potluck buffet. Be companies such as Ball. sure to keep it cold by nesting If someone offers you some bowls of potato salad inbowls of ice home-canned food, ask some ques- on your buffet line. tions. Did the'person uge: a search-tested recipe or did the per- Julie Garden-Robinson, PhD R.D son "invent" the recipe? If the per- L.R.D is" a North Dakota State UniversiO, Ex- tension Seta,ice fbod and nutrition speciali~'t and son is a food scientist with a corn- ptvJb.~sor in the Department ofHeahh. Nutri- mercial grade pH meter and exten- tion and Exercise Sciences. .~.' -:.r~.r~- ~: - .~ ~ a t2 ~ ? awards, expertise, hospital affili- "Medicare Physician and Other ations, and insurance as well as pa- Supplier Look-up Tool" at the tient ratings on measures such as top of the page. bedside manner, follow-up, AngiesList.com: If you don't promptness, accuracy of diagno- mind spending a little money sis, and average wait time. There's ($20/per year), Angie's List is a also a patient comment section, membership service that provides RateMDs.com: Provides infor- doctor reviews using an A through mation on training as well as pa- F scale. tient ratings on staff, punctuality, When reaching a doctor, it's helpfulness and knowledge. Pa- wise to check out several of these tients can also post questions and sites so you can get a bigger sam- answers about doctors, and get pling and a better feel of how pre- doctor's ratings based on patient vious patients are rating a partic- reviews, ular doctor. Look Up Tool: If you want to find out how many times a doctor Serutyourseniorquestimls to: Savxv.Senior, did a particular service and what no. Box5443,: bmum, OK 73070. or qsit Sm ,v- &~niororg. ,tim Miller is a contributor to the NBc they charge for it, go to Todav show and author qf "The Savvy Senior" data.cms.gov and click on book GRAFTON, N.D. -- In a year defined by a robust five year strategic planning effort, the Red River Regional Council's impact on economic vitality and the quality of life in the four counties it serves is demonstrated in the wide range of business and com- munity development projects out- lined in its 2014 annual report. Dan Stenvold, RRRC Presi- dent and Mayor of Park River, is pleased with the accomplish- ments of the region's communi- ties. "Our communities and partners continue to make strides in improving the quality of life for citizens in our northeast cor- ner of the state," says Stenvold. "I am especially excited to see that the broad-based efforts of the RRRC and its staff continue to bring excellent results tbr the re- gion." With a loan portfolio topping the $2 million dollar mark, and projects totaling nearly $3.4 mil- lion dollars secured from county, regional, state and federal funds and leveraged by $2.9 million in private and local funds in 2014, the RRRC is demonstrating strong support for housing reha- bilitation programs, hazard miti- gation projects, outdoor recreation and conservation, stream restoration and water quality efforts, and economic de- velopment. "What's not often calculated in dollars and cents is the time we spend building upon the creative and entrepreneurial spirit found in residents and leaders of our communities," says Dawn Kee- ley, Executive Director of the RRRC. "We are dedicated to being an energetic and deter- mined partner in order to move CRYSTAL, N.D. -- The City 4 people - $35,300 or less If employed, pay stubs for of Crystal is currently in the 5people-$38,150orless the past two months process of preparing for a City- 6 people - $40,950 or less Documentation of any other wide Street hnprovement Proj- If after paying the special as- form of income as noted on the ect. The city has applied for sessments of residents who qual- back of the application North Dakota Community De- ify in the above category, Crystal Please mail or drop off your velopment Block Grant (CDBG) residents who are above those application and proof of income fimds to help pay for a portion of limits but fall within the follow- as soon as possible to the RRRC this project, ing limits may be eligible fbr par- office, 516 Cooper Avenue, Suite The costoftheprojectwillbe tial payment of their special 101, Grafton, ND 58237, by divided among the property own- assessments. Monday, June 1,2015. Any orig- ers in the form of special assess- 1 person - $24,751 - $39,550 inal income documents will be ments. However, homeowners 2 people - $28,251 - $45,200 copied and sent back to you. whose incomes fall within 3 people - $31,801 - $50,850 CDBG program guidelines for 4 people - $351301 - $56,500 For more information, please Pembina County can apply to 5 people-$38,151 -$61,050 contact the RRRC at 701-352- have their special assessments 6people-$40,951- $65,550 3550 or visit the website at paid for by the grant. The Red Applications can be obtained www.redriverrc.com. The River Regional Council (RRRC) from Crystal City Auditor Alva RRRC is one of eight regional will be administering the grant Brown or from the RRRC office planning councils in North for the city. by calling 701-352-3550. Proof Dakota established in 1973 to en- Household incomes that fall of income and the application are hance the ability of local govern- within the amounts below may required for participation in this ments to jointly plan, address be eligible to have 100% of their program, issues, and seize opportunities special assessments paid for by Proof of income includes: that transcend individual bound- the grant: Your 2014 income ta.x state- aries. The RRRC serves Region 1 person - $24,750 or less ment, if applicable IV which includes Grand Forks, 2 people - $28,250 or less Social Security benefits Nelson, Pembina, and Walsh 3 people - $31,800 or less statement, if applicable Counties. the ideas into actions that build our employees. The RRRC staff hance the ability of local govern- businesses, transform communi- go above and beyond each andments to jointly plan, address is- ties and create a better future for every day to make working with sues, and seize opportunities that everyone in our region." the RRRC a pleasurable experi- transcend individual boundaries. Stenvold agrees the staff is ence," Stenvold said. The RRRC serves Region IV committed to assisting cormnuni- The RRRC is one of eight re-which includes Grand Forks, ties and businesses in achieving gional planning councils in North Nelson, Pembina, and Walsh their goals. "I am very proud of Dakota established in 1973 to en- Counties. GRAFTON, N.D. -- The State The GeoComm Fieldwork crew telephone information. This infor- per this survey. of North Dakota Department of will be in Walsh County between mation will be utilized to verify Information provided to Geo- Emergency Services (North ' the dates of May 26th and June and update the address point layer Comm will be considered confi- Dakota DES) selected Geo-Comm, 12th. In some cases the GeoComm information for the project, dential and its distribution Inc. (GeoComm) of Saint Cloud Field Technician will only need to If the GeoComm Field Techni- restricted to only those parties in- (www.geo- comm.com), Min- verify the location of the residen- cian is unable to connect with a res- volved in the Statewide Seamless nesota for Address Point Services tial structure and will not need to ident, a paper survey with contact Base Map Project. for the Statewide Seamless Base speak to the resident In these information will be left behind. We If the resident or business has Map Project. This Seamless Base cases, you may see a GeoCommask that you assist in the successful concerns or questions about this Map is intended for 9-1-1 pur- vehicle come up your driveway, completion of this project by either process or providing information poses, then man around and leave. If your calling a North Dakota Project . over the phone, please contact your During the project, some resi- house ntunber is not posted on your Team member at 888.436.2666 or county's 911 Coordinator or the dences and businesses will be vis- structure, a GeoComm Field Tech- visiting the online survey site at North Dakota DES Public Infor- ited to verify addresses for which nician may approach your house to http://nd-des.geo-comm.com to mation Specialist, Cecily Fong, at other resources weren't sufficient, verify your address and landline provide the information requested 701-328-8154. BILLINGS, Mont. -- The USDA's Risk form on file, however, some such as livestock Producers should visit their local USDA Management Agency (RMA) reminds produc- and nursery producers who are new to crop in- service center and talk with their crop insurance ers, including livestock and nursery producers, surance or who may not participate in other agent before the June 1, 2015, deadline to ask that they need to have their Highly Erodible USDA programs may not be aware that they questions, get additional information or learn Conservation and Wetland Conservation Certi- need to do this," said Eric Bashore, director more about conservation compliance proce- fication form (AD-1026) on file with their ldcal Billings RO. "We have taken many steps re- dures. Producers who file their form by the USDA service center by June 1, 2015. The 2014 cently to broaden participation in the crop in- deadline will be eligible for federal crop insur- Farm Bill required all producers have the form surance program as part of the farm safety net, ance premium support during the 2016 reinsur- on file by the June 1 deadline to become or re- including offering new policies such as the ance year, which begins July, 1,2015. main eligible for crop insurance premium sup- Whole-Farm Revenue Protection, Pasture Additional information about federal crop port. Rangeland Forage protection and extending or- insurance and the HELC and WC provisions is "Most producers already have a certification ganic price elections to many new crops." available on the RMA Farm Bill webpage. in all 90 North Dakota newspaper HELP WANTED efits, Associate's degree in simula- WANT A CAREER Operating tions. Semen tested, poured and AREA EXTENSION SPECIAL- tor maintenance, electronics or re- Heavy Equipment? Bulldozers, foot rot shots prior to delivery. See IST/Crop Production, North Central lated field required and three years' backhoes, excavators. Hands on w w w. b i s m a n o n I i n e. c o m Research Extension Center. Minot, professional experience or any training! Certifications offered. Na- AD#1438373 for pictures. Lawler ND. NDSU is an EO/AA employer, equivalent combination of education tionalAverage 18-22hr. Lifetime Job Angus Ranch 701-782-4280. Open until filled. Apply at: and professional experience. Go to Placement. VA Benefits Eligible!MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE http://jobs.ndsu.edu/postings/6286. Irsc.edu for more information. 866-362-6497. DIGITAL HEARING SALE "Exempt from NDSU Veteran's CITY OF GARRISON is accept- APARTMENTS FOR RENT $199.95 to $399.95, Phonax. Bel- Preference" ing applications for a Class 2 or NOW RENTING! STARTING at tone, Free phone conference, test. DIRECTOR OF NURSING Serv- Class 3 water treatment plant oper- $900/mth! Silver Waters 55+ Re- Direct mail, trial without purchase. ices position available at the Good ator and an entry level city mainte- tirement Community, Grand Forks.Repairs. 800-249-4163, Hearing Samaritan Society in Mott, ND. Call nance position. A high school New 1 8, 2 bedrm's, elevator, com- One- Marty, SD 57361. 701-824-3222 or apply online at diploma or general equivalency munity rooms, Ht/wtr/swg/garb/un- ND MEDIA GUIDE: Names, ad- www.good-sam.com, diploma is required. The position derground parking included, dresses, phone numbers, e-mails of CRITIcAL ACCESS HOSPITAL will require trainingandcertification 7 0 1 - 7 5 7 0 9 2 6,all ND newspapers, radio/TV sta- in Elgin, ND is now seeking an NP for sewer and water treatment www.livewithlux.com tions, specialty publications. Only or PA to diagnose and treat patients through ND Dept. of Health. A valid HOMES FOR SALE $25. ND Newspaper Association, in the clinic, ER, and inpatient set- ND driver's license is required. The TWIN HOMES. Cooperstown, 701-223-6397. tings. Also seeking qualified Direc- position also requires numerous ND. New Construction. 2Bed- NATIONWIDE NEWSPAPER tor of Nursing. Sign-on bonus, tasks related to operation, mainte- rooms, 1.5Bath. Hot water floor ADVERTISING placement made student loan repayment, and relo- nance and repair to the city's water heat. Open Kitchen/Dining/Living. easy! You make only ONE call and cation assistance available. Apply utility system, streets and equip- Heated garage. $157,500. Coop- get only ONE bill! Contact the North at (701) 584-7247 or ment. Applications/resumes will be erstown EDC. 701.789.8082; Dakota Newspaper Association for rgolke@jmhcc.org, accepted until Monday, June 1, 701.789.0801; 701.789.0930; details: 701-223-6397. PRECISION AGRICULTURE 2015 by 3 pm at City of Garrison, 701.797.3455. BIDS INSTRUCTOR, Lake Region State PO Box 459, Garrison, ND 58540.REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BENSON COUNTY COMMIS- college, 9-month, benefits, Bache-OTR NEEDED TODAY - S&S NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND SION is accepting bids for Enter- Ior's Degree; instructional experi- Transport hauls farm commodities, values are at all-time highs! Contact prise Financial System software. ence, agricultural work experience. Drivers need Class A CDL, 2-yrs Kevin Pifer 701-238-5810 Deadline is 9:30 a.m. on 6/2/15. Go to lrsc.edu for more information, exp. Passport, Doubles. ND drivers (kpifer@pifers.com) for Free Farm- Call BC Auditor at 701-473-5340 for WANTED: K-12 MUSIC Teacher take truck home! www.sstrans- land Valuation Land Auctions & bid details. - Fairmount Public School - Excel- portmt.com or call 406-309-2357. Farmland Management Services. MISCELLANEOUS lent base and benefits. School pays CENTRAL N.D. 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