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....... /. , ...... PAGE 6 THE PRESS JUNE 12, 2013 ' ,- f Photo: Submitted The following students have been selected as the students of the fourth quarter by the Valley-Edinburg High School teaching staff. Selection is based on students' time and effort put into academics, qualities of citizenship and positive contribution to school atmosphere. Senior: Kadee Gullickson, daughter of Loren and Val Gullickson. Junior Class: Abbie Sondeland, daughter of Pe- ter and Julie Sondeland. Sophomore Class: Alexandra Braathen, daughter of Dean and Deb Braathen. Freshman Class: Kayla O'Toole, daughter of Paul and Sherry O'Toole. New students are selected at the end of each quarter and a Valley-Edinburg High School student of the Year is selected from the 16 students of the quarter chosen throughout the year and announced at grad- uation. Above: Students left to right: Kadee Gullickson, Abbie Sondeland, Alexandra Braathen, and Kayla O'Toole. MIDWAY Honor Roll A Honor Rolls 4th Grade: Kayla Becket, Jamison Irwin, Paschke, Kyle Rakoczy, Hanna Sampel. Seniors: Kathleen Bartuska, Allyson Durkin, -, Haven I4orynta, Elizabeth Schanilec, April 8th Grade: Dublin Dale,,Etijah DePyper, COte Fossam; Susanna Hartsen; Nicholas .... ..... Schmitz, Rachaele Soderman: ..................... Jam lin Hunt, Logan Key, Emylee Landeis, Schmitz, Jacob Stafford, Kelsey Weber. Cole Manzini, Delanie Martinez. Juniors: Sydney Dale, Benjamin Fossum, B Honor Rolls 7th Grade: Jimmy Burnett, Kyle SnoBeck, Daisy Hensrud, Madison Hulst, Trey Hunt, Seniors: Jose Castilleja, Rudy Lopez, Benjamin Schanilec, Drew Slominski. Christopher McGoven, John Sampel. Alexandra Tebay. Sophomores: Michael Durkin, Corbyn Juniors: Mikaila Boxley, Rachel Dickson, 6th Grade: Allison Butters, Jakob Danula, Robberstad. Callie Downer, Donald Haugen, Emily Madison Geisinger, Thomas Gonitzke, Freshmen: Wyatt Wasylow. Hicks, Dalton Irwin, Erica Longtin, AAndrea Gonzalez, Faith Johnson, Trinity 8th Grade: Sara Demers, Andrew French, Dominique Martinez, Jake Riske, RyanKorynta, Angelica Macias, Casey Olmstead, Jenna Graham, Aiden Robberstad. Thorvilson. Alyssa Paschke, Donovan Teruel, Jamie 7th Grade: Casey Anderson, Sara Goodoien, Sophomores: Nathan Bartuska, Fernando Thorvilson, Ogden Wasylow, Olivia Alyssa Machovsky, Jamye McMillan. Garza, Leonardo Garza, Derek Goodoien, Wasylow. 6th Grade: Vegas Dale, Jason Dombrowski, Mackenzie Irwin, Mari Sargent, Katlyn 5th Grade: Memo Castilleja, AnaLee Harmony Downer, Tatiana McGreevy, SnoBeck. Samantha Overend. Freshmen: KieranAnderson, Cortney Pruneda. 5th Grade: Yaritza DeLeon, Avery Moen, Bumett, Shelby Dahley, Olga Gonzalez, Desi 4th Grade: Danaeya Martinez, Kanon Moen, Kaelan Robberstad, Justin Sargent, Rebecca Hanson,Taunya Johnson, Carly Magnus,Isaac Monreal, Daisy Vasquez, Juan Sauvageau. Christina Mahnke, Kaylee Martinez, Jarek Villanueva. VALLEY CITY STATE UNIVERSITY HOOPLE, N.D. -- David J. that becomes successful. Niemann was not only a good stu- The David J. Niemann Memorial dent, he also gave back to the corn- Scholarship Foundation is pleased munity, believed in supporting to announce its 2013 award recip- youth and their activities, and had ients. This year's winners of $500 a strong work ethic. Being an in- each are Ashley Reilly, Valley-Ed- volved student who pushes them- inburg High School; Austin Markel, selves in their school and commu- nity can build character. You need Valley-Edinburg High School; Lau- good time management and people ra Hinkel, Valley-Edinburg High skills to succeed in your continuing School; Cole Rehovsky, Park Riv- education andwhatevercareerpath er High School; Alison Burns, you choose. It's not necessarily the Grafton High School; Christian one with the highest GPA that Lunde, St. Thomas High School and makes the best employee or the most Melissa Fritz, St. Thomas High successful person. It's the one who School isn't afraid of hard work and the one Congratulations to these out- who can work well with others standing students! FARGO,N.D. -- North Dakota Optimists and North Dakota High School Coaches Association (NDHSCA) are again sponsoring the Class A and B All Star Volley- ball Series. The Matches will be held at 7:00 PM on Monday, June 17th at the West Fargo High School Gym and Tuesday, June 18th at the Bismarck High School Gym. Twen- ty-four of the best graduated senior girls from across the state will be participating in the match. 2013 North Dakota High School Coaches Association/Optimists All Star Teams for the East Region in- clude: die Hitter, West Fargo Kellie Schmit, 5'10", Out- side/Middle Hitter, Kindred Mikaela Casey, 5'3", Libero, Kindred Mackenzie Schwartz, 5'7", Setter, Hatton/Northwood Kirsten Johnson, 5'9", Outside Hitter, Park River/F-L Emily Berge, 5'8", Right Hit- ter, Midkota Abbey Braaten, 5'8", Outside Hitter, Langdon Game Times Monday, June 17th, 7:00 PM West Fargo High School Kali Erickson, Outside Hitter, Fargo Amy Freeberg, 5'4", Setter, Shanley Hadley Steffen, 5'9", Outside Hitter, Red River Taylor Preston, 5'3", Libero, Fargo North Cassidy Bush, 5'11", Mid- dle/OH/RH, Red River Christina Bruenjes, 5'9", Mid- 5' 1 0"Tuesday, June 18th, 7:00 PM Bis- Davies ' marck High School Admission is $6.00 at the door for adults, $3.00 for students, and children age 12 and under are free. Optimist Clubs are dedicated to serving youth, net proceeds 0fthis event will be used to provide schol- arships to volleyball players and sup- port youth projects throughout the state. Area students named toVCSU President's, Dean's Roll of Honor VALLEY CITY, N.D.--ValIey VCSU also has released its City State University has released Dean's Honor Roll for spring se- its President's Honor Roll for spring mester 2013. semester 2013. The Dean's Honor Roll recog- The President's Honor Roll rec- nizes students who completed 12 se- ognizes students who completed 12 mester hours or more with a grade semester hours or more with a point average of at least 3.5. grade point average of 4.0.VCSU Dean's Honor Roll VCSU President's Honor Roll(Spring Semester 2013) include (Spring Semester 2013) include Dahlen native Katelyn Ralston, Edmore native Daniel Wayne Han- Edinburg native Andrew J. Even- son and Park River native Dustin son, and Park River native Andrea Slaamod. Leigh Swartz. Your classified ad will appear in all 90 North Dakota daily and weekly newspapers for only ./ Call your newspaper or 1-866-685-8889 for devils HELP WANTED to (701) 385-3367. TEACHERS WANTED: BUSINESS teacher & special education teacher needed. If you are qualified and inter- ested, please send resume to Superin- tendent Mary Larson, 307 W. Main St., Strasburg, ND 58573 or call 701-336-2667 EXT 212. DIVIDE COUNTY SCHOOLS in Crosby, ND, has opening for Elementary, Special Education, Speech Therapy, and 7-12 Eng- lish with or without coaching, and bus driv- ers. For more information call (701) 965- 6313. CONTRACT FIELD INSPECTOR WANTED to perform floor plan audits at dealerships. Part-time, as need contract work, $25+ per inspection. Contact us through tact.aspx SERVICE COORDINATOR FOR people with intellectual disabilities; Qualifications; QMRP and BS Degree in a human service field $42k / year plus benefits. Apply at HAY-IT Services, Harvey, ND. (701) 324- /4636. EOE WANTED: EXPERIENCED SEWER & wa- ter personnel. Union Contractor & Equal Opportunity Employer seeks individuals or entire crew for mainline municipal sewer & water construction. Must have experience with municipal sewer & water utility sys- tems. Seeking foremen, hoe operators, operator/backfillers, pipelayers, top & bot- tom laborer positions for work in both North Dakota & Minnesota and possibly beyond. Contact me at employ- or text or call at 320-241-1422. HELP WANTED: SEEKING person with strong mechanical and heavy diesel back- ground for work on trucks and trailers. Qualified persons' responsibilities include shop management; perform preventive maintenance consistent with inspection procedures and regulations including DOT inspections. Valid Driver's License/Clean MVR. Competitive benefit package. For- ward resume to or fax SIGN-ON BONUS- Competitive Wages- Profit Sharing RDO Equipment Co. Service Technician - Bismarck: Do you have ex- perience as an agriculture mechanic? We are hiring a team member to perform ma- chinery diagnostics and repairs. We are a proud John Deere Agriculture and Con- struction; Vermeer and Topcon Equipment dealer group with over 60 locations across the U.S. Apply at reers EOE. RAILROAD VEGETATION CONTROL: Full-time traveling opportunity, 60-80 hours/week, $11 -$15/hour, meal al- lowance, paid lodging & benefit package. RAW, Inc. in Cooperstown, ND - 888.700.0292 I I PLmfg OF COOPERSTOWN now hiring Full-time CNC Machinists. No experience: starting wage $12.00/hour. With experi- ence: starting wage depends on experi- ence. (701) 797-2881. Nice benefit pack- age, clean air-conditioned shop, great community! HELP WANTED FOR Farming & Custom Harvesting JD Equipment, KW Semis, Room & Board Paid, wage DOE. Year round work possible. Can start work now. Shop (701) 395-4311, Cell (701) 351-1955. EDUCATION/TRAINING EARN $60K AS a Right-of-Way Agent (Landman). Start your new career online with an accredited college, www.dakota- 1-888-918-5623. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SEVERAL MOTELS FOR SALE: Great in- vestment, turn-key. Good location, traffic, occupancy. Option to add-on or build new motel. Call for information. E. A. Goetz & Assoc. RE, Broker. Richardton, ND (602) 803-8792. DO YOU LIVE in ru,a; North Dakota and need a small business loan under $50,000? LADG can help! Call (701) 235- 1197 or visit REAL ESTATE FOR SALE RANCH STYLE HOUSE for sale in Ed- more, ND. 3 bedroom, 1 baths, attached 2 stall garage, total electric, individual room thermostats. $59,000, call (701) 644-2453. NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values are at all time highs! Contact Kevin Pifer (701) 238-5810 ( for Free Farmland Valuation Land Auctions & Farm- land Management Services. WANTED: MINERAL INTERESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Experienced Family Owned Oil Production & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201., (877) 754-3111. LAND AT RECORD HIGH PRICES! Call us to handle your sale with integrity, profes- sionalism & top results! Can-Do Auction & Real Estate, Amy Nikolaisen (877) 812- 4305 WANTED: PURCHASING OIL/GAS & MINERAL INTERESTS. Contact us today:; P.O. Box 3668 Littleton, CO 80161. MODULAR/MANUFACTuRED HOMES FOR SALE MODULAR & MANUFACTURED Homes F/S. Brand New, Starting at $34,181. Sin- gle family, work force housing, motels, De- livered/set up. Free Brochure/floor plans. (877) 590-4591, BUILDINGS FOR SALE STEEL BUILDING BUY LOCAL. Turn Key Available. Spring Specials 60'x80', 80'x100', 100'x200', 120'x320'. Will Build to Suit. Free Quote. Call John (701) 365- 8509 or (800) 741-9262. SEMI-TRACTORS/TRAILERS FOR SALE WORKING UNIT: RETIRING 2008 Peter- built, 2010 Tempte trailer, 3 hopper, 3 axle, all new tires, sharp unit with extras. (701) 489-3190. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE USED PORTABLE storage containers: 8'x10', 8'x20', 8'x40' Wind, water, rodent tight. High cubes also available. Delivery available. Call (701) 260-8564: GET FREE 10" Internet tablet when you or- der DISH installed FREE. FREE HBO. Of- fer Ends Soon Call for details. 1-866-845- 7776. Restrictions apply with approved credit. ND MEDIA GUIDE: Names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mails of all ND news- papers, radio/TV stations, specialty publi- cations. Only $25. ND NewspaperAssoci- ation, (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 placement. ANNOUNcEMENTS/PERSoNALS BISBEE'S 125TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRA- TION! Saturday, 6/22/13. Come celebrate with us[ Parade entries needed. For infor- mation/schedule: or Bisbee 125, Box 181, Bisbee, ND 58317. THE ASHLEY ND 125th Celebration: June 20-23, 2013. Parade-Saturday, line up 9 a.m. For a schedule of activities http://www.ashley-nd "cm/quasquicenten- nial_21 .html MISCELLANEOUS HAVE A NEWS release or other informa- tion that needs to reach all ND newspa- pers? ND Newspaper Association can help! One call does it all. (701) 223-6397.