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COMMUNITY THEWALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17,2015 Page 5 First Care Health Center in Park River on a bi-weekly basis. He will focus on diagnosis and tre0tment of foot and ankle conditions and treat diabetic foot conditions. Dr Britten received his medical degree from Des Moines University Col- lege of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery in Des Moines, Iowa. Britten Will See Podiatry f PatientSatcFC00HC e. .y _ 'Prtax00'oting a PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Joshua nc m po Britten, DPM, podiatry, will visit diatric medicine and surgery at Millcreek Community Hospital in Erie, Pennsylvania. Dr. Britten has practiced at Altm Health Sys- tem in Grand Forks since 2011. He is a member of the American College of Foot and Ankle Sur- geons and the American Podiatric Medical Association. Construction begins on US Highway 81 from Manvel to Minto MINTO, N.D. -- Construction began on Thtwsday, June 11 on US Highway 81 from Manvel to Minto. The project consists of mill and overlay of the roadway. During construction: Speeds will be reduced A width restriction of 12 feet will be in place Flaggers will be present Pilot car will be utilized Motorists may experience delays when waiting for pilot car Oil will be present on the road- way The project is expected to be complete the end of June. For more information about construction projects and road conditions throughout Norfll Dako- ta, call 511 from any type of phone or visit the Travel Infor- mation Map on the NDDOT web- site at http://www.dot.nd.gov/trav- el-info-v2/. who want to hang on to their hard-eamed money should be aware that extra driving under the ilffluence (DUI) patrols will be out in force during the month of June. A driver who gets hit with a DUI arrest can expect the conse- quences to be costly. The cost of a DUI could add up to approxi- mately $ l 0,000; howevex, beyond the fines of a DUI, the potential cost is much higher because you are risking your life or the lives of others. A first DUI offense with a blood alcohol content below 0.16 earns a $500 fine, a 91-day license suspension (which will add trans- portation costs), and $100 dri- ver's license reinstatement fee. The driver is responsible for the cost of their vehicle towing and im- pound and a $300 mandatory al- cohol evaluation. Attorney and court fees will cost at least $2,500. A DUI kicks in high-risk auto in- surance premiums, which snow- ball to $6,600 over the minfmum three years. "The cost ofa DUI can have a lasting negative impact in many ways, including your credit, lifestyle, and earning power," says North Dakota's Traffic Safety Re- source Prosecutor, Aaron Birst. Photo: Larry Bid Above: The CanCerViVor team takes a lap as a team looking fabulous while ='Prom'oting a Cure" at lhe Amedcan Cancer Society Relay for Life in Grafton on June 5. A DUI can cost more than $10,000 Extra patrols set for June k,.. j BISMARCK, N.D.'[h-ivers "Did youknowifyouwerear- Late- (Very Late-) Breaking News for Park River June, 1915 Store. Phone 4. At a recent session of District Court in Grafion, four defendants from Pisek pleaded guilty to un- lawful sale of liquor [there was statewide prohibition]. Discretion prevents ine frOm mentionin'gtheir names, because the last names are all familiar, and they may have been someone's gTandfathers. Or gandmother for that matter--one was Mrs. [name omitted]. The Bank of Park River has in- stalled a new Burroughs Posting Ma- chine, at a cost of $715 (!) tt oper- ates like an adding machine, the Gazette notes, "the loose-leaf ledger sheets with each man's account are slipped into the machine." All de- posits are added, and checks are sub- tracted, and the end-of-the day bal- ance is automatically calculated and printed` If there is an overdraft, the machine indicates it in red ink. [Author's note: this sounds very much like the posting machine that I, as a high school student, and vet- eran employees like Alice Jorgenson and Joan Fail, used at the First State Bank.] According to the Walsh County Sheriff's De- partment the fire was contained in the north bedroom of Apartment A-3&4, but there was smoke damage throughout the entire complex. "It was pretty cool because the fire depart- ment said if he wouldn't have noticed it so quickly then there would have been a lot more damage," Amanda said of her son's actions. Both boys were presented with shirts at the Park River Volunteer Fire Department's June 15 meeting that said it all: "I reported a fire and saved someone's life." Amanda said that she hopes that others see the good work that these two boys did and know that they can be heroes in their hometowns as well. Lucas and Quintin's advice for what to do if you see danger is simple: Call 91 | or tell some- one to call 911. rested for a DUI in your personal vehicle, your commercial driving license may be suspended? Penal- ties also go up for higher blood al- cohol levels. If there is injury or property damage involved, the costs could continue to climb. But the ultimate cost would be a fatality due to your decision to drink and drive." The month of June has the second-highest average number of fatalities over the last ten years; only October has had more fatal- ities. "The risk just isn't worth it. Do yourself and everybody else a fa- vor: don't drive hnpaired. When in doubt, call a cab or find other trans- portation," Birst advises. Law enfolxement patrols will be on alert during Jtme for drivers un, der the influence of alcohol, in- toxicants, narcotics or other drugs. The added patrols are expected to help prevent DUIs, as well as getting impaired drivers off the roads. In 2014, nearly 45 percent of all naotor vehicle fatal crashes were al- cohol-related. More information about the penalties for DUI in North Dako- ta is available at code- fortheroad.com/dui-cost. By David Larson Misses Selina Gunhus and A maes for The Press Fauskee, together with C. Bjomeby PARK RIVER, N.D. ..... On Jtme and A. Midgarden motored to the H. 3, the Park River Herald ran is first.. Gunhus farm. [Selina Gunhus alsomv aa !or PostXoastis .......  _,' :;Bjorneby was the: second grade 9. xgnage tes t .Sg.c..l inzfa,c.her for mbfis older tblks.] terest? Call 164. ' ..... ChnstaesBlgHlppodrtmeShov: The Lyric Theater is nearing 8:30Tuesday. Waterproof Canvas, completion. Owners Waltstrom Free Exhibition and band concert at and MacEachern plan to show "Tess the ballpark, 6:30. of the Storm Country", starring The largest class in the history of Mary Pickford, on opening night, the city high school graduated--- School board election: Ml. Mary 35. The agricultural school had four Cun'ie was elected to the board, graduates this year. along with P.S. Hilleboe and Dun- Dr. McEssy, successor to Dr. can White. Sandven, over Anderson's Drug -" -" -'._----'-__:-".,_ _-_----_"-_-"-LE --Z-:_ =. -- thinking and action taken to alert the authorities. Two individuals were apprehended the next day for the alleged arson. Aaron R Femelius, 21, was charged with arson and five counts of en- dangering by fire or explosion and Jennifer R. Lanter, 22, was charged with conspiracy to coin- mit arson and five counts of endangering by fire or explosion. Both Femelius and Lanter face up to 60 years in prison and $120,000 dol- lars. HELP WANTED WlLLISTON TRINITY CHRISTIAN School, now hiring: Dean of Students, K-12 PE, K-12 Art, Grade 3, Grade 4. Emaih ecrawford@tcsnd.org, 701-774- 9056. RAY PUBLIC SCHOOL is seeking a 6th grade teacher to be a part of the community and our school family. Apply to Ben Schafer, Supt. (701) 568-3301 or ben.schafer@rayschools.com THE CITY OF RUGBY is seeking an Executive Development Director. Salary is negotiable with ex- perience. Send resume to: Rugbt Job Authority PO Box 136, Rugby, ND 58368. No Phone Calls. EXTENSION AGENT-IN-TRAINING, ANR/Eddy-Foster-Wells Counties. NDSU is an EEOIAA-MIFNET/Disability Employer. Open until flied. Apply at: https://jobs.ndsu.edu/postings/6218 Exempt from ND Veterans' Preference require- ments. EXTENSION AGENT, ANR/McHenry County. NDSU is an EEOIAA-M/FIVET/Disability Employer. Open until filled. Apply at: https://jobs.ndsu.edu/postings/6430. Exempt from ND Veterans' Preference requirements. DIRECTOR OF NURSING: position available at the Strasburg Care Center, located in South Central ND. Qualifications desired are a valid ND RN license with BSN preferred, long term care ex- perience, and managerial experience. SCC offers a full benefit package with a competitive wage. If interested in joining our 5-Star Facility team please contact Brian Schumacher at 701-336-2651 or 409 S 3rd Street, Strasburg, ND 58573. WELLS COUNTY SHERIFF'S Office seeking to fill full time position of a DEPUTY. Preference to POST certified. If interested, contact Sheriff Law- son at (701) 547-3211 or jozlawson@nd.gov or mail resume, cover letter, and references to Wells County Sheriff's Office, 700 Railway St N, #306, Fessenden ND 58438. MCLEAN COUNTY IS hiring one or more full- time Jailer/E-911 Dispatchers. For more informa- tion regarding this position call 701-462-8541 or e- mail Ifoss@nd.gov SPORTING GOODS SALES, Gerrells Sports Center. Exciting traveling sales opportunity in Northwest and north central North Dakota. Salary, commission, benefits. Send resume to sdger- rells@gmail.com or 701-662-8133. STEELE ELEVATOR has a Manager position available. Send resumes to PO Box 259, Steele, ND 58482. Contact (701) 475-2334 or (701) 471- 4501. COME JOIN OUR TEAM. Fast growing propane company looking for an experienced propane delivery person. CDL and Hazmat license required. CETP training desired but will train. Com- petitive wages based on experience. Full benefit package: paid health insurance, 401K plan, PTO, etc. Send resume to: Farmers Union Oil of Port- land, Post Office box 218, Portland N.D. 58274 or call 701-788-3760. RAILROAD VEGETATION CONTROL: Full- time traveling opportunity, 60-80 hours/week, $11- $15/hour, meal allowance, paid lodging & benefit package. RAW, Inc. in Cooperstown, ND- 888.700.0292 [ www.rawapplicators.com ] info@rawapplicators.com JOHNSON FARMS TRUCKING Wathalla, ND, is looking for OTR drivers and Owner operators. Drivers making $60,000+. New 2015 trucks! No Northeast runs. Call 800-437-5349. CLASS A OTR DRIVER WANTED. Reefer/drive in. Home weekly. Starting .38 to .40/mile, DOE. Benefits: Health Insurance, Sign- On Bonus, Paid Vacation. Bill (701.) 527-7215. SEMI DRIVER WANTED. Clean driving record. Run 5 states and 2 Canadian Providences. Need passport. Home weekends. Newer truczks and hoper trailers. Call 701-776-5467. CENTRAL N.D. DIRT and field drain tile con- tractor seeking dependable individual. Full time employment. Must have good operator and me- chanical skills. No long distance work. 701-341- 0454/kingdom@daktel.com APARTMENTS FOR RENT NOW RENTING! STARTING at $900/mth! Sil- ver Waters 55+ Retirement Community, Grand Forks. New 1 & 2 bedrm's, elevator, community rooms, Ht/wtr/swg/garb/underground parking in- cluded. 701-757-0926, www.livewithlux.com REAL ESTATE FOR SALE WANT'ED: MINERAL INTERESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Experienced Family Owned Oil Produc- tion & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAssets@qwest- office.net, 877-754-3111. NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values are at all-time highs! Contact Kevin Pifer 701-238-5810 (kpifer@pifers.com) for Free Farmland Valuation Land Auctions & Farmland Management Services. www.pifers.com LAND WANTED LAND WANTED. BUYING crop. land, pasture and CRP land, will lease back. Confidential 612- 220-1042. Leave detailed message. LAND FOR SALE PREMIUM HUNTING LAND - SOUTHWEST ND FOR LEASE. Pheasants, Deer (White Tail & Mule), Grouse and Coyotes. 4 Units offered. Lo- cated near: Elgin & Carson, ND & Morristown, SD. CONTACT: Dwight Hofland, Pifer's Auction & Re- alty, 877.700.4099 or dhofland@pifers.com 1,037 ACRES, CROPLAND & Pasture, Gross Land Bid SALE, near Balta, ND. Details www.jjlarueconsultingfirm .corn or grossland- sale@aol.com Jack Hoffner, Consultant, 701-799- 9151. BUILDINGS FOR SALE OR LEASE LOCATE OR RELOCATE YOUR BUSINESS - 6,000 sq. ft. steel building available in LaMoure, ND. (formerly a grocery store). Inquiries:?LCDC, Box 262, LaMoure, ND 58458. HORSES HORSE BUYER. June 25 Stockmans East Barn, Dickinson. 9-5. Top dollar, all classes of horses. Licensed and bonded buyer. Just bring your horse or call 612-839-9568. FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE WHITE 4-150 TRACTOR 4967 hours with major overhaul less than 100 hours ago, $9,000. White 4-180 tractor 2162 hours, always parked in a shed, $11,000. Melroe 8-18's pull type plow with coulters and packer, $4,000. John Deere 6-16's semi mount plow with coulters and packer, $2,000. Oliver 6-16's semi mount plow with coulters and packer, $2,000. 4 bottom plow, packer and drill, $1,000. Equipment located near Towner ND. Call 714-321-5644. ANNOUNCEMENTS NOTICE: FAMILY MUTUAL Insurance Co. An- nual Policyholder meeting will be held 6-24-15 at 1:00 pm at the Cando Masonic Lodge. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE GEOTHERMAL HEATING & COOLING SYS- TEMS. Commercial, residential & shop buildings. Economical heating & cooling. Federal tax credits, electric rebates available. Earthloop Geothermal Systems, Fosston 218/435-6379. ND MEDIA GUIDE: Names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mails of all ND newspapers, radio/TV stations, specialty publications. Only $25. ND Newspaper Association, 701-223-6397. NATIONWIDE NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING placement made easy! You make only ONE call and get only ONE bill! Contact the North Dakota Newspaper Association for details: 701-223-6397. MISCELLANEOUS WE MAKE IT easy to place an ad in one or all 89 North Dakota newspapers. One order, one bill, one check. We provide the ad design and tearsheets. Call the North Dakota Newspaper As- sociation, 701-223-6397.