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JUNE 1 3,201 2 THE PRESS PAGE 5 f PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The 2012 Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl will air live on Saturday, June 16 from the Badlands Activities Center in Dickinson, N.D. BEK Sports Network of Steele, N.D., along with their broadcast partners mad in agreement with the Badlands Bowl, will broadcast the all-star game between North Dakota and Montana's lnost talented senior football players. Kickoff begins at 7 p.m. with the 19th year of competition between the best of the best North Dakota and Montana senior high school football players. Parmering cable providers that will be televising the events includes Polar CoLruntmications of Park River, N.D. - Channels 70, 71 & 72 (digital); channel 3 (analog) Players in the Badlands Bowl are graduating highschool seniors from North Dakota and Montana, nominated by coaches and media across the states of North Dakota and Montana and voted on by the respective selected state coaches for the 2012 Badlands Bowl. These privileged players are gearing up for the time of their lives with a week of game preparation, interaction with the community, meals, meetings, entertainment and tons of practice. For a list of the 2012 players and more information, go to www.badlandsbowl.com. The Knights of Columbus have sponsored the Badlands bowl since 1994 and the current record is Montana 13, North Dakota 5. LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD Area theft from family hurtful, not okay By: The Torfins To the thieves who stole the flowers and other items from Amy's grave, we hope it made you feel good. We talked to other people that said things were taken from their fam- ilies graves also. It's really sad when family and friends can't make the cemetery beautiful because you lowlifes think it is okay to steal. You may think you got away with this, but God saw what you did. Editor Note: The Tolfins arejkom Park Rive : N.D. Press story calf shows care for the anlmM By: Wallace Rutter Jr.County, North Dakota, new gen- This letter is in response to a erations of this mighty symbol of front-page article in the May 16, the Great Plains are being born. 2012 edition of the Walsh County The buffalo was/will always be a Press. This particular story deals symbol of the West. with Mrs. Phyllis Hankey-Schin- Lastly,, the picture (accompa- dele (of rural Park 'Ri r "a d . .................... .... family caring for a:buffali5 calf. wing this article) were race too. In reading this heartwarming Whether the creature is large or story, it's great to see the care and small, wild or domestic, it is won- concern that people have for the derful to see that people care for buffalo. The article also men- animals. tioned South Branch Bison (of Editor's Note." Rutter is.firm rural Grafton.) Even in Walsh Grqfton, N.D. Top: Cancer survivors and family member walk the lead banner through the park. Middle Left: Individuals of all ages walked during the Relay For Life-insupport of Cancer research. Middle Right: Eugene and Barbara Ann Kachena are pictured with their g randchil,dren S hayla, and Carter Smith' Bi m '/. k.'They are tile Children" of the Kachena's daughter Barbie Smith The*S ]t 'dro b ai'c'kio walk and pport trier g randparentsin e RelayFor Life Friday in Grafton, at Leistil ow' Memorial Park. Eugene l covered his cancer this March'while his wife Barbara Ann has been fighting it since last Sep-' tember. Bottom Left: The[ nkin Legion walked for Cancer at the Relay For Life wearing garbage bags to resemble raisins. Front (I-r) Laurie Jensen bey Linstad, Karen Linstad, and Marilyn Linstad; back row (I-r) Ryan Linstad, Tami Omdahl, Tay- lor Dalbey, Mariah Daib d Bonnie Loveness. Bottom Right: Tony aartinez and his granddaughter Penelope look for a luminaria for Helen Gaf , ony,s sister. Helen was just diagnosed with cancer and was having surgery in Chicago. 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