Newspaper Archive of
Walsh County Press
Park River , North Dakota
May 29, 2013     Walsh County Press
PAGE 8     (8 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 8     (8 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 29, 2013

Newspaper Archive of Walsh County Press produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

PAGE 8 THE PRESS MAY 29, 2013 f- Photo: Submitted Above: Under the direction of Sheldon Weltz, there were 12 different musical numbers qualified for the State Music Contest from Park River High School. Of the 12 performing 8 groups received the highest rating which is a star. Front Row: Bridget Foerster, Heather Sobolik, Katelyn Anderson, Kirsten Johnson, Rebecca Denault, Hope Jehlicka, Courtney Clemetson, Claire Welch, Ash- ley Fontaine, and Abigail Zikmund. Row Two: Carter Arendt, Cadyn Hunter, Sadie Void, Kendall Slebodnik, Carly Myrdal, Brit Brouillard, Sami Blixt, Kristen Bosh, and Emma Novak. Row Three: Zach Nelson, Austin Moe, Kyle Ferguson, Cole Rehovsky, Joe Frausto, Andrew Brummond, Isak Johnson, Andrew Jimenez, and Karli Johnson. Row Four: Ben Thompson, Jordan Midgar- den, Noah Zimmerman, Taylor Nelson, Phoebe Francis, Anna Rand, Emily Laaveg, and Lexi Greicar-Pic. Row Five: Amanda Seim, Zach Gaarder, Levi Johnson, Emily Zikmund, Kayla Bohn, Jasmine Flaten, Rebecca Bratlie, and Katrina Nord. J PISEK, N.D. -- Ian Forester from Pisek, ND, son Of Matthew and Shanna Foerster, was among the May 2013 graduates at the Univer- sity of North Dakota. He attended and graduated from Park River High School in 2009. After high school hd*wefit 6n t6 ittend UND in ...... Cttm.L de w, ith a bachelor ofsci-, ende]ii Ch-eff/ical Engineering in May 2013, and plans to enter the master's program for chemical en- gineering at UND this fall. FARGO, N.D. Cole Re- hovsky, son of Steve and Carol Rehovsky, Park River, N.D., re- ceived the North Dakota State University Presidential Honor Scholarship, which totals $10,000 over four years. The scholarship recognizes high aca- demic achievement and requires the student to score a 29 or above on the ACT. Rehovsky will enter NDSU in the fall and plans to major in pre- dental In high school, he was ac- tive in National Honor Society, band, choir, school plays and Math Challenge Team. He also was captain of the football team, captain of the track team, captain of the hockey team, class repre- sentative, class treasurer and class vice president. NDSU is recognized as one of the nation's top 108 public and private universities by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education. FARGO, N.D. -- The North Dakota 4-H Foundation has awarded scholarships to 11 4-H members. The scholarships and recipi- ents included Andrew Ternquist and William Klose of Walsh County who were awarded the John D. Paulson Memorial Award with a prize of $1,000 each. As part of the selection process, applicants submit an- swers to questions about what skills and types of knowledge they gained from 4-H project and leadership experiences, how they used 4-H experiences to impact their communities and how 4-H has helped shape them as a per- son and influenced their futures. "We feel it is important to con- sider many aspects when choos- ing award recipients," says foundation development director Mylie Lavold. "True education is about much. more than a high grade point average. We are look- ing for youth who exhibit out- standing leadership and. citizenship qualities. For us, char- acter counts." 4-H is a community of young people across North Dakota learning leadership, citizenship and life skills. The North Dakota 4-H Foundation is 4-H's private- sector, nonprofit partner on the North Dakota State University campus. The Center for 4-H Youth De- velopment and NDSU Extension Service implement youth pro- grams through the Extension Service offices that serve all 53 counties and the Fort Berthold In- dian Reservation. For more infor- mation about scholarships and other North Dakota 4-H activi- ties, go to 4h. Sondeland selected for National -.- Telecommunications Scholarship PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Sadie Sondeland, a freshman at the University of North Dakota (UND) majoring in Nursing was selected to receive a $1,000 aca- demic scholarship by the Foun- dation for Rural Education and Development (FRED). Nomi- nated by Polar Communications, the given award is based on merit and demonstrated commitment to rural life. FRED will send the awarded scholarship to the Uni- versity of North Dakota on behalf of Sadie Sondeland. FRED selected 53 students from rural areas throughout the United States, and received more MAYVILLE, N.D. -- Offi-She plans to pursue a major in than 200 exceptional applications ,, . .... , cials at Mayville State University Business Administration. sponsored by rural independent this award : .... are pleased to announce that Alo- Mayville State scholarship telephone companies and cooper- FRED strives to promote edu- ria Nelson of Park River, North awards are based on previous ac- Dakota has been awarded a ademic performance and partici- atives. FRED awarded a total cation and development in rural $75,000 to rural high school stu- area m tele hone com a Freshman Honor Scholarship for pation in extracurricular ........ s. S all p p - the 2013-14 school year: Aloria is activities. They reflect the stu- aents Irom across America mls nies, including Polar Communi- the daughter of Jay and Lisa Nel- dent s past accomplishments and year. cations, are a valuable asset to and ilFgrad te potential ntrJblltions to the FRED, a national charitable their rur l communiti es. Polar " ...... ....... ,'d in Washing:.i '< ..... e- ate educational opportunities for rural America's greatest resource, their younger generations. "Sadie Sondeland was se- lected among an outstanding group of young people to repre- sent 'the best of the best'," stated FRED Foundation Director, Melissa Korzuch. "FRED aims to assist students with high potential for success and a strong desire to return to a rural community upon graduation. We were over- whelmed by the remarkable cre- dentials of the applicants. Each of this year's FRED Scholars is very intelligent and exceedingly active in their community. We hope they all will someday return to their hometowns to contribute to the community that clearly gave them an admirable, productive start in life." PARK RIVER, N.D. The Walsh County Homemakers Council awarded a $500+ eoUoeo scholarship to Danielle Foerster, from Fordville High School. This fall, Danielle will be pursuing a degree in Nursing at Northland Community and Technical Col- lege in East Grand Forks, MN. Danielle was chosen by the Walsh County Homemakers Council for her academic per- formance, references, and her essay. She is the daughter of David and Jamie Foerster. Con- gratulations, Danielle! The FRED Scholarship Pro: gram, now in its 21st year, is made possible through the gen- erosity of more than 500 small, independent telephone compa- nies operating in rural areas across the United States and Canada. David L. Dunning, from Polar Communications wrote a letter of recommendation on behalf of Sadie so that her application could be accepted and reviewed. He wrote, "Sadie is an excellent student, named to the Dean's List at UND earning a 4.0 GPA for the fall 2012 semester. She will make a wonderful nurse due to her car- ing and compassionate nature, concern for others, and her strong work ethic. Her desire to succeed makes her a good candidate for I Your community. Your news. Walsh County Press 284-63331 Your classified ad will appear in all 90 North Dakota d ly and weekly newspapers for only HELP WANTED SALES AGRONOMIST/LOCATION MANAGER wanted. Position requires strong agronomic background and sales experience with interest in man- agement. This north central North Dakota location has sales of $3.5M of fertilizer, chemical, and seed. Contact (701) 263-1754. LARGE COOPERATIVE SEEKS In- formation Systems Manager to man- age company computer network. De- gree is required with network administration experience. For more information contact Gene Lueb CHS at THE ALEXANDER SCHOOL has openings: PRE-SCHOOL TEACHER, also a TITLE 1 TEACHER, and an EL- EMENTARY TEACHING POSITION. Alexander Public School, Lynn Sims, P.O. Box 66, Alexander, ND 58831, or email or fax (701) 828-3134. DAKOTA COLLEGE AT BOTTINEAU, Readvertising for Womens' Volley- ball/Softball Coach. Job description: Recruit and coach student athletes for the college's volleyball and softball teams. Some teaching responsibilities required. Residential life position avail- able but not required. Application Pro- cedures: See http://www.dakotacol- for full job description, qualifications and appli- cation procedures. Equal Opportunity Employer PASSION FOR AG & SALES? Ag Chem Co. EXPANSION! *LOCAL Ex- clusive Territory *Unlimited Earning Potential *Flex Hours *Start ASAP. (941) 456-8384 Cell, www.atlantic- KULM SCHOOL DISTRICT is taking applications for a full or part time main- tenance person. Send resume to Box G, Kulm, ND 58456. Call Tom Nitschke (701) 647-2303 with any questions. PLmfg OF COOPERSTOWN now hir- ing Full-time CNC Machinists. No ex- perience: starting wage $12.00/hour. With experience: starting wage de- pends on experience. (701) 797-2881. Nice benefit package, clean air-condi- tioned shop, great community! SERVICE TECHNICIAN WANTED. Person will have responsibility for au- tomotive service, tire sales, and re- pair including operation of tire truck for both farm and commercial tire serv- ice. Competitive salary and benefits provided. Contact SouriS River Coop- erative at (701) 272-6158. MCLEAN COUNTY HIGHWAY DE- PARTMENT will fill one Equipment Operator II position based in Turtle Lake, ND. Call (701) 462-8541 or e- mail for more informa- tion. HELP WANTED FOR Farming & Cus- tom Harvesting JD Equipment, KW Semis, Rbom & Board Paid, wage DOE. Year round work possible. Can start work now. Shop (701) 395-4311, Cell (701) 351-1955. CDL DRIVER NEEDED fdr custom harvesting operation. Call John at (701) 230-3879. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE: Office Bar- Cavalier, ND. Serious inquiries only! (701) 265-2373. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values are at all time highs! Contact Kevin Pifer (701) 238-5810 ( for Free Farmland Valuation Land Auctions & Farmland Management Services. WANTED: MINERAL INTERESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Experienced Family Owned Oil Production & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Min- eral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAs-, (877) 754-3111. LAND AT RECORD HIGH PRICES! Call us to handle your sale with in- tegrity, professionalism & top results! Can-Do Auction & Real Estate, Amy Nikolaisen (877) 812-4305 www.can- MODULAR/MANUFACTuRED HOMES FOR SALE MODULAR & MANUFACTURED Homes F/S. Brand New, Starting at $34,181. Single family, work force housing, motels, Delivered/set up. Free Brochure/floor plans. (877) 590- 4591, LIVESTOCK FOR SALE 2 YEAR OLD BLACK Angus Bulls $2500 - $4000 Sired by Sitz Upward, SAY Final Answer, Connealy Reflec- tion, SCR Right Cross, & more. Ex- cellent growth, maternal & disposi- tions. View photos at AD #796136. Linton, ND, (701) 782-4280. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE: 2005 Timpte Hopper Trailer, 78" sides, Tandem, Air Ride, Matching Bridgestone Tires 75%, 24.5 Low Pro, Aluminum Rims, Brakes 90%, Storage Shed. (701) 641-6463. GET FREE 10" Internet tablet when you order DISH installed FREE. FREE HBO. Offer Ends Soon Call for de- tails. 1-866-845-7776. Restrictions ap- ply with approved credit. ND MEDIA GUIDE: Names, ad- dresses, phone numbers, e-mails of all ND newspapers, radio/TV stations, specialty publications. Only $25: ND Newspaper Association, (701) 223- 6397. YOUR 25-WORD classified ad can now appear in every ND newspaper! Only $150! NorthSCAN is the answer. Contact your newspaper for place- ment. AUCTIONS GOLDEN CORAL RESTAURANT: On- Line Auction, Grand Forks, ND. ENDS: Tuesday, May 28. or call Jerry at (701) 371=8552 for de- tails. MISCELLANEOUS HAVE A NEWS release or other infor- mation that needs to reach all ND newspapers? ND Newspaper Associ- ation can help! One call does it all. (701) 223-6397.