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PAGE 14 THE PRESS MAY 30, 2012 r -% :! : . Hats off to you, area grads! Above: Park River graduate Josie Thompson tosses her hat into the air fol- lowing the graduation ceremony. Top Left. Former Park River High School Principal David Beckman gave the Graduation Address. Beckman served as principal for 20 years before serious back issues forced him to retire. Mid- dle Left: Keith Nilson looks at his son Ryan proudly as he just gave his morn Brenda a rose during Park River's Graduation ceremony. Bottom Left: Fordville graduate Keith Beneda seemed a little tired before the Fordville- Lankin Graduation. In front of Keith is Blake Erickson. Bottom Right: Nathan Best proudly makes his way to the stage at the Fordville-Lankin Gradua- tion. Photo on Front: ark River High School Seniors Austin Koenig (left) and Brady Gudgel proudly walk the graduation processional;The Red Hero Honor Cords they are wearing represent a commitment to blood donation with United Blood Services throughout their high school career. ) Sendy Buttweiler Fargo, ND "My lit% as a smoker ended with a stroke" I smoked cigarettes for years and last year I had a stroke. I knew cigarette smoke caused heart disease, lung disease and cancer. I had no idea that cigarette smoke causes strokes. The reality is, smokers are twice as likely to have a stroke.The best way to protect yourself from stroke and many chronic diseases, is to never even start smoking. May is National Stroke Awareness Month. Cigarette smokers are at least twice as likely to have a stroke and breathing secondhand smoke increases stroke risk by at least 30 percent. Learn more at D[i I..ll Brought to you by the North Dakota Center for Tobacco Prevention and Control Policy and your local public health unit. in m Cable TV prog. channel, place requirements on programming, and have virtually and they are continually Polar's Cable IV rate is made Sports channels account for about 30% of our One of the top rated sports household fee of any cable channel. They are basica costs of the large sums they must pay out to the s who in turn pay the athletes salaries. All of! you, the cable subscriber, in Nobody's goal ...... :i  [, T .... : F'I! !!}liill[!ilfi!i !llll;![lill]}lll]i]lil;[liilillll:II:l!ll ii]T i, l, !llh  T]T lit 'l , [,