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JUNE 7.2, 2.011 THE PRESS PAGE 7 MIDWAY SCHOOL ADAMS-EDMORE SCHOOl, Fourth quarter honor roll Seniors Brady Pesek Nikki Fickert Jaedyn Pesek "A" Garrett Skorheim Katie Larsen "B" Amanda Bee "B" Chance Mack Jacob Bredeson Mary Bylin Megan Agotness Tiffany Retzlaff Denver Dvorak Shirley Horn Nicole Schonauer Freshman Tim Hodek Breanna Rose Jr. Shipley "A" Candra Kalhagen "B" Brendan Wentz Nicole Bylin Robb Kuchar Courtney Drevecky Sophomores Shelby Lorenz Brandon tloime "A" "B" Kelsey Misialek James Nienhuis Breiann Feast Jacob Johanson 7th Grade Brandon Thomas "A" J uniors Ashtin Freije Karlee Linstad "A" Tia Hermanson Patricia Mack Madysen Kouba William Bata John Nienhuis Luke Mathiason Alex Rose Gable Damschen Raevyn Pesek 8th Grade Lauren Sampson [)wight Fickert Gan-ett Pic "A" "B" Katie Hoime Mary Skjervheim Failyn Freiji Diana Bata Holli Lee "B" Kaden Martinson Ashtyn Pesek BreAnna Misialek Thomas Bee Miranda Martinson Jonathan Skervheim A Honor Roll Grade 12 Blaine Novak Jacy Olson Shayna Ruzicka Grade 11 Allie Beneda Mariah Dalbey Grade 10 Chelsea Babb Danielle Foerester Kaylee Johnson PARK RIVER SCHOOl., MINTO SCilOOl, 'A' Honor Roll Seniors Barclay, Sarah Knocpfle, Patrick Miialck. Alana, Y, htil Ulland, ! laley Ulness, Cody Juniors Czapie .wski, Lcann Stanisk)wski, Nicholas Sophomores Altendorl; Kelsey Mondry, Lucas Norton, Ramae Olson, Rachel Fourth quarter Grade 8 Esten Beneda Jana Northhagen Bethany Novak Grade 7 Jessica Best Jade Olson Joshua Ruzicka B Honor R011 Grade 12 Brcnnen Blasky Nick Johnson honor roll Margo Moen Brandon Trenda Grade 11 Keith Beneda Nathan Best Blake Erickson Lanson Lipsh Sarah O'Brien " Grade 10 Nathan Iverson Austin Potulny Andrew Ternquist Fourth quarter honor roll Osowski, Allison Sangrait, Mackenzey Stoltman, Justin Vaudrin, Logan Freshmen = Ilcl ld ,,ii,, ]5 ' Deutz, Emily Miller, John Odstrcil, Mafissa Rector, Caeleigh J Villanueva, Damian Viilanueva, Yaritza 8th Castillo, Venettia Czapiewski, Jamie Mach, Adam Misialek, Erin Misialek, Logan Stanislowski, John 7th Mallick, Jacob A ()d, i, Zoe Stoltman, Joshua Ulland, Brock 'B' Honor Roll Seniors Evenson, Brittaney Hovde, Alisa Nor& Skylar Osowski, Amanda Juniors Hoeppner, Sarnantha Jo Grade 9 Jesse Blasky W.hitney Carlson Taylor Korynya Brogan Novak: Jessica Tennison Grade 7 Preston Sluke Augustus Stephenson Cole Tennison Lutovsky, Jacob Mallick, Tyler Praus, Samantha R Rector, Nolan Sophomores Sass, Britany Slominski, Callie 8th Benavides, Juan J. Flanders, Devin Schuster, Helen - TiberL Caylee 7th Barclay, Adam Miller, Isaac .Waldner, Remy ' A Honor Roll Seniors: Kacie Becker, Calvin Bina, Ashton Caner, Derek Fladland, Randi Hulst, Philip Schanilec. Juniors: Sadie Beyer, Kaitlin Lindsey, Benjamin Woods. Sophomores: Kathleen Bartuska, Susanna Hansen, Nicholas Schmitz, Kelsey Weber. Freshmen: Sydney Dale, Trey Hunt, Benjamin Schanilec. 8th Grade: Leonardo Garza, Mackenzie Irwin, Marl Sargent. 7th Grade: Cortney Burnett, Lizzie Gonzalez, DesiRae Hanson, Wyatt Wasylow. 6th Grade: Sara Demers, Jenna Graham, Logan Key, Aiden A Honor Roll 12th Grade Lee Jelinek Kelsey Oppegard Taylor Schlenk Dustin Sobolik llth Grade Jordan Brummond Marit Johnson Michael Onstad Jordan Seiln Nicole Sobolik Conner Solseng Justin Zahradka Patricia Zikmund I 0th Grade Chad Jelinek ('(4e Rehovsky 9th Grade Andrew Brumlnond Ashley Fontaine Zachary Gaarder Taylor Lehar Anna Rand Ben Thompson Abigail Zikmund 8th Grade Samantha Blixt Courtney Clemetson Sef:ond semester honor roll Robberstad. 5th Grade: Casey Anderson, Raul Garza, Sara Goodoien, Alex Key, Alyssa Machovsky, Jayme McMillan, Kyle SnoBeck. 4th Grade: Bennett Cartel, Vegas Dale, Tatiana McGreevy. B Honor Roll Seniors: Duane Bundy, Felix Contreras, Rebecca Dickson, Riley Durkin, Kelsey Grabanski, Kyle Jarvis, William Sampel, Brady Snobeck, Dylan Snobeck. Juniors: James Burnett, Sabrena Couveau, Ste[phan Downer, Krystal Fiebiger, Ashley Hamrick, Abbrielle Handeland, Nathan Linstad, Morgan Walkel: Sophomores: Cole Fossum, Deon Frost, Selina Gonzalez, John Sampel, Jacob Staflbrd, Brace Umphrey. Freshmen: Mikaila Boxley, Callie Downer, Daisy Dupree, Benjamin Fossum, Emily Hicks, Dalton Irwin, Ryan Thorvilson. 8th Grade: Nathan Bartuska, Kyle Beck'er, Stephanie Bielawski, Cassidy Bumett, Fernando Garza, Derek Goodoien, April Handeland, Zachary Landeis, Corbyn Robberstad, Katlyn SnoBeck. 7th Grade: Ben Anderson, Kieran Anderson, Shelby Dahley, Paige Larson, Carly Magnus, Christina Fourth quarter homer roll Amber Gillespie Alexis Greicar Abraham ttankey Seth Helgeson Hope Jehlicka lsak Johnson Daniel Onstad Rylan Setness Hannah Swartz Alexa Thompson Claire Welch 7th Grade Jessica Johnson Jordan Johnson Julia Johnson Erin Kovarik Emily Laaveg Kaitlyn Nelson Amanda Seim Kirsten Whaley Emily Zikmund Will Zimlnermall B Honor Roll 12th Grade Dylan Berg Jordan Eidenschink Sydney Larson Brittnee Linn Alaina Myrdal Courtney Nilson 11 th Grade lan Beck Isaiah Hylden Jefliey Johnson Brady Kovarik Cassey Lene Ryan Nilson Sam Otto Molly Sobolik Derek Sundby Josephine Thompson Colton Waite Ryan Walker I 0th Grade Katelyn Anderson Jasmine Flaten Jordan Midgarden Aloria Nelson Emma Novak Kendall Slebodnik Sadie Vold 9th Grade Brit Brouillard Joseph Frausto Andrew Hylden Levi Jolmson Sarah Kohler Caitlin Kratochvil Mahnke, Kaylee Maiinez, Jarek Paschke, Hanna Sampel. ' 6th Grade: Elijah DePyper, Andrew French, Justyfa Korynta, Emylee Landeis, Cole Manzini, Kyle Schmitz, Ethan Thompson. 5th Grade: Jimmy Joe Burnett, Nicholas Dahley, Jessica Korynta. 4th Grade: Jason Dombrowski, Harmony Downer, Madison Geisinger, Thomas Gonitzke, AAndrea Gonzalez, Angelica Macias, Casey ' Olmstead, Alyssa Paschke, Donovan Tcruel, Jarnie Tholwilson, Ogden Wasylow, Olivia Wasylow. hm McCombs Zachary Nelson Rachel Pich Morgan Porter Kaitlyn Uhlir 8th Grade Carter Arendt Maxwell Belger Katie Bohn Kayla Bohn Jenny Eligio Albert Irvine Kiri Kaste Austin Moe Taylor Nelson Noah Skavhaug Noah Zimmemmn 7th Grade Mallori Berger Emily Bratlie Peyton Cole Levi Cudmore Matthew Dobmeier Cadyn Hunter Andrew Jirnenez Michael Nord Olivia Novak Spencer Rehovsky t I O O O O Regular Council Mini tes City of Park River CITY OF PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA, REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING, MONDAY, MAY 9, 2011 AT 7:30 P.M. The City of Park River held their regular meeting of the Park River City Council on Monday, May 9, 2011 at 7:30 P.M. Mayor Dan Stenvold called the meeting to order with the following present: Knutson, Lundquist, Byron, Anderson, City Attorney S. Currie Public Works Director D. Larson, Business Manger T. Larson, and Deputy Auditor A. Berg. Absent: Councilmen D. Praska & K. Blake. Byron moved to approve the minutes of the April 11,2011 Regular Council meeting as presented. Anderson seconded, and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. Knutson moved to approve the following bills for payment. Lundquist seconded, and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. GENERAL FUND: 26829 BC/BS of ND 1,798.03 26830 Acme Tools 418.85 31 Discovery Benefits 123.76 32 Grafton Equipment 99.49 33 Lon's Hdwr 30.57 34 MDU 111.17 35 Michael Kilmer Const 700.00 36 Michael Todd & Co 1,570.02 37 North Star Coop 2,865.01 38 Northdale Oil, Inc 894.50 39 Polar Comm. 367.76 26840 PR Implement, LLC 684.82 41 PR Veterinary Clinic60.00 42 Quill Corp149.13 43 Glenn Rost 250.00 44 Team Laboratory Chem 1,400.00 45 WC Auditor . 33,495.11 46 WC Press 209.95 47 MDU 28.40 48 ND DOT 1.50 49 Postmaster 30.90 26850 PR Airport Auth. 67.87 51 PR Park Dist 106.39 52 PR Public Library 100.49 53 Sales Tax Fund 1,276.16 54 Special Funds 192.01 55 St Improve Dist #7 654.37 56 Void 0.00 57 NDPERS 200.73 58 ' NDPERS 187.14 A.W. Municipal Utilities 8,032.93 EFTPS (WH, SS, MED) 5-15-11 MU 1,187.04 1360 Sheldon Eliefson 436.80 1361 Shelley MacDonald 59.41 EFTPS (WH, SS, MED) 5-31-11 98.89 EFTPS (WH, SS, MED 5-3t-ll MU 1,520.76 MUNICIPAL UTILITIES: 30476 BC/BS of ND 4,026.47 77 Cledith Carlson 685.95 78 AmeriPride Linen 118.15 79 Alvida Baxstrom 700:86 30480 Border States Elec 690.69 81 Cardmember Services 570.46 82 City of Fargo 28.00 83 Consolidated Waste 15,966.00 84 Demester Cleaning 345.00 85 Discovery Benefits 405.24 86 Discovery Benefits 27.50 87 Easy Way Electronics 8.00 88 Graymont Western Canada 5,019.53 89 Hawkins, Inc 3,589.04 30490 Jim's Super Valu 36.60 91 Lagoon Maintenance 1,758.41 92 Light & Water Dept 1,621.46 93 Lon's Hdwr 36.91 94 Michael Kilmer Const 11,931.30 95 Municipal Utilities 229.11 96 Nalco Company 123.00 97 ND One Call Inc 9.10 ; 98 ND Sewage Pump & lift 669.00 99 NMPA 679.04 30500 Nodak Electric Coop 5,032.58 01 North Star Coop 362.14 02 Northdale Oil, Inc 272.34 03 Polar Communications 143.20 04 Quill Corp 177.95 05 Thatcher Co Montana 7,211.60 06 Water Bd Fd 05 4,830.00 07 Water Imp Dist #95-1 1,500.00 08 Water RevBd Fd Phase II 3,450.00 09 Water Sur Charge 5,000.00 30510 WC Press 309.26 11 St Improve Dist 7 8,225.00 12 General Fund 8,032.93 13 Polar Communications 100.00 .14 Postmaster 273.84 ' 15 NDPERS 456.89 16 NDPERS 482.98 17 Verizon Wireless 43.49 18 NDPERS 30.67 6222-33 Salaries 5-15-11 11,618.28 EFTPS (WH, SS, MED) 5-15-11 2,728.98 6234-46 Salaries 5-31-11 13,289.58 EFTPS (WH, SS, MED) 5-31-11 2,939.43 A.W. A.W. A.W. ACH Charge 11.40 NMPA 164,655.06 NSF Check 250.00 SPECIAL FUNDS: 3209 3210 277.45 3211 9,937.33 3212 3213 3214 Bergeson Nursery 606.91 Wagner's Landscaping Inc '05 Sales Tax Rev Bd Fd PR Park Dist 9,000.00 WC Auditor 1,000.00 ND Public Finance 31,425.00 Chris Flaten, representing the local bar owners located on Briggs Ave S., requested approval to have a street dance on July 2, 2011 from 9:00 PM to 1:00 AM featuring the band "Dead Ringer". The owners also requested approval for individual beer gardens on the night of July 2, 2011 during the street dance. The Council asked that the bar owners be reminded to clean all cans off the sidewalk onto the street and pick up all bottles and garbage along the adjacent streets and alleys. The Council also reminded bar owners to have adequate staffing at the gates to check identification and move people through quickly and efficiently. And, that there be different wrist bands used for minors and adult& and care be taken not to confuse them. Knutson moved to approve the street dance and the individual beer gardens for July 2, 2010 during the street dance from 9:00 PM to 1:00 AM. Anderson seconded and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. The Council discussed the ordinances which approved the annexation of 72.59 acres of land on the east side of County Road 12, being in the SEl/4, Section 21-157-55 not presently annexed; and the portion east of the BNSF railroad tracks in the E1/2, Section 33-157-5,5, not presently annexed. City Attorney S. Currie will send letters to the property owners of record and publish notice of a public meeting in the official city newspaper prior to the June 13, 2011 City Council meeting. The Council decided to hold the public hearing on July 11,2011 at 7:00 PM. The drain located between South Ridge Addition and Southview Addition was discussed by the Council. D. Larson recommended installing a cement culvert and incorporate a slight dip ove(the culvert for anesthetic and safety reasons. The culvert will be about 140 feet in length by 30 inches and will cost about $12,000.00. Knutson moved to have D. Larson and Byron work together on the culvert installation project and to keep the costs at or below $12,000 and add the costs to the TIF project. Byron seconded, and upon roll call, all voted aye. Motion carried T. Larson reviewed the Montana Dakota Utilities (MDU).franchise agreement with the Council. The current agreement expires on July 1, 2011 and MDU is looking to renew the agreement for an additional 20 years. Byron moved to approve the first reading of an ordinance to renew the franchise agreement between the City of Park River and Montana Dakota Utilities for a period of ten years. Lundquist seconded, and upon roll call, all voted aye. Motion carried T. Larson reported that one quote had been received for the preliminary engineering report needed to apply for grant funds to do work on the road east of the main lift station. He would like to have a competitive quote before a final decision is made. Lundquist moved to authorize accepting the lowest comparable engineering quote up to $5,500.00. Anderson seconded, and upon roll call, all voted aye. Motion carried. The lease of the industrial park property is up for renewal. Gene Larson & Sons are interested in renting the property for $75 per acre for three years. Anderson moved to accept the offer from Gene Larson & Sons and have City Attorney Currie prepare the lease. Lundquist seconded, and upon roll call, all voted aye. Motion carried Knutson introduced the following Resolution: Council Proceedings City of Edinburg RESOLUTION WHEREAS, the City of Park River is a member of the Northern Municipal Power Agency for the purpose of purchasing power to meet electricity needs for the City of Park River. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED, that Tom Larson is hereby appointed to represent the City of Park River on the Board of Directors of NMPA through April 30, 2012 and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Dennis Larson is appointed as the City of Park River's representative on the Advisory Council of NMPA through April 30, 2012. Byron seconded the foregoing Resolution and upon roll call vote, all voted aye, Motion carried. Sally Larson, representing the Walsh County Saddle Club and Fair Board has asked the City if it has any issues with them constructing a horse arena south of the Walsh County Fair building. They would iike to erect fencing around a 100 X 200' area that would be used for horse fun days, livestock workouts, with possible rodeos and riding lessons. The Walsh County Commissioners have given their blessing to the project and the club is looking into liability insurance. They would like to construct the facility soon so they can begin using it this summer. Concern was expressed regarding cleanup issues and the Council suggested a yearly cleanup agreement be signed. The Council would also like to see a site plan. Lundquist moved to grant preliminary approval for the arena pending a cleanup and maintenance plan and site plan. Anderson seconded and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. Jill Mullen, manager of the American Legion Bar, asked for the Council's permission to hold a street dance in front of the Legion, on July 1,2011, featuring the "Antique Zoo", weather permitting. Knutson moved to approve Mullen's request for the street dance and beer garden on July 1,2011 and that the City cover the policing. Lundquist seconded and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. D. Larson informed the Council that he hired Wade Kalgard and Joshua Irvine to fill the public works positions which opened due to the approaching retirements of Roger A. Johnson and Robert Kubat. T. Larson informed the Council that Patty Hensel was hired to fill the vacancy in the receptionist/billing clerk position. CITY OF EDINBURG COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS MAY 9, 2011 7 p.m. Call to order: Mayor Halldorson Denault absent. Minutes approved by motion from Pewe. Motion was second by Sondeland. Motion carried. Board of Equalization minutes approved by motion from Sondeland. Motion second by Pewe. Carried. Pewe-(M) Sondeland-(S) to pay May bills #6411 through #6425. totaling $4305.58 from the General account and to accept the monthly financial statement with balance on hand of $25544.23. Old Business: Samsons are working on replacing An APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE, with a check for $150 was received from PB Properties II LLC, dba The Alexander House, for the Council's approval. Knutson moved to table action on the new application and hold a special meeting prior to June 1, 2011 when additional information is received. Anderson seconded and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. Stenvold was informed by the State of ND that he was chosen as the recipient of the Martin Luther King Jr. award. This award is given to individuals who help with minority and veterans affairs. D. Larson requested the Council's permission to have an electrical engineer evaluate the City's electrical distribution system to see if there is sufficient capacity available should future expansion demand a substantial load increase. The Council agreed to Larson's request. Being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 8:34 PM. Dan Stenvold, Mayor ATTEST: Tom Larson, City Auditor (June 22, 2011) lights .in the Community Center. New Business: Sondeland-(M) Pewe-(S) Walsh County Press as official city newspaper. Motion carried. Pewe-(M) Sondeland-(S) Send check to R. Amundrud for help with website. Motion carried. City residents concerned about caf& City to look into matter and schedule an informational meeting. Adjourn: Pewe Next meeting: June 13, 2011 7:00 p.m. Respectfully submitted Vera Brandvold, Auditor (June 22, 2011)