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JUNE 25, 2014 THE PRESS PAGE / 4Trwrwr T-~Tt /~ w ~ ,fwlr~ unique and, oftentimes, multiple health concerns of older adults. Just as a pediatrician specializes in caring for children, a geriatrician is trained to provide care for seniors, usually over age 65. While most doctors, and even general practitioners, are trained to focus on a person's particular ill- ness or disease, geriatricians are trained to look at all aspects that can affect elderly patients - not just the physical symptoms. They also often work with a team of other health care professionals like geriatric- trained nurses, rehabilitation thera- pists, nutritionists, social workers and psychiatrists to provide care. And, they will coordinate treat- ments among a patient's specialists. Patients who can benefit from seeing a geriatrician are elderly seniors with multiple health and age- related problems such as cardio- vascular disease, stroke, confusion and memory problems, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, hypertension, depression, respiratory problems, osteoporosis, arthritis, chronic pain, mobility issues, in- continence, vision and heating im- pairment, and trouble with balance and falls. Geriatricians are also particular- ly adept at tackling medication problems. Because many seniors, like your mom, take multiple med- ications at the same time for various health conditions, and because ag- ing bodies often absorb and me- tabolize drugs differently than younger adults, unique side effects and drug interactions are not un- common. A geriatrician will evalu- ate and monitor you mom's med- ications to be sure they are not af- fecting her in a harmful way. Geriatricians can also help their patients and families determine their long-term care needs, like how long they can remain in their own homes safely without assis- tance, and what type of services may be necessary wtien they do need some extra help. But not all seniors need to see a geriatrician. Seniors who have few health problems are just fine seeing their primary care physician. Find a Geriatrician Unfortunately, there's a shortage of geriatricians in the U.S., so de- pending on where you live, fmding one may be challenging. To locate one in your area, visit the American Board of Family Medicine website at theabfm.org where you can do a search online. Oruse Medicare's on- line Physician Compare tool. Just go to medicare.gov/physiciancompare and type in your zip code, or city and state, then type in "Geriatric Med- icine" in the "What are you search- ing for?" box. You can also get this information by calling Medicare at 800-633-4227. Keep in mind, though, that lo- cating a geriatrician doesn't guar- antee your mom will be accepted as a patient. Many doctors already have a full patient roster and don't accept any new patients. You'll need to call the individual doctor's office to find out. Send your senior questions to." Savvy Senior, PO. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of "The Savvy Sen- ior" book (701) 284-6333 "i$ ere Oua// is Standard" Call 701-33 l - 1579 Scott Wedel Owner s a electri c. 14 m. il .corn Veterans Ave. S,-Park River, ND i' ~'~krw'~T'v.,~rrv."~r~='~..,'~ ~ , I,i.-, "1 Photo: Larry Biri Above: Corri Bell rides with her daughter Kodi at the 2013 Aggie Bar- rel Series. Bell has been very active with the Walsh County Saddle Club and 4-H prior to joining Parks and Rec as their new director, Bell and her husband Travis live on a ranch near Fordville with their three kids. As a former nurse at First Care Health Center of Park River, Corrine says that she wanted a change in employ- ment to be able to spend more time with her family. "I wanted to work full time and manage a family," she said. Her experiences up till now, and the fact that she loves her job already are some of her biggest qualifications for this job she said. As the new director, Bell plans on doing some reorganizing and improving communications with the Board and Parks employees. She will also be helping with the new Sports Complex including writing grants and anything she can with construction. The Board also has several other improvements in place for Park River in the immediate fu- tore. The Park Board is currently working on setting up new swingsets in the Little Park. They are also building a new baseball diamond on the south side of the current Cal Ripken field. The board will still be maintaining the current ball diamonds after the new ones in the sports complex area are up, said Bell. She is excited for all the new projects because not only will they bring in more seasonal jobs, but they will also bring in more people to town for more tourna- ments. Notice to Creditors ,lames F Sommer Legal Notice Permit Variation LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that James Kratochvil and Wanda Kratochvil of Park River, North Dakota have petitioned the City Council of Park River to issue a permit for a variation of the set-back requirement to allow the construction of a new garage on part of Lots 7 & 8, Block 2, Honey's Addition (114 Code Avenue South), Park River, North Dakota, a non- conforming use, contrary to City of Park River Ordinance 30 The Park River City Council will conduct a public hearing to consider this petition at 7:00 pm, Monday July 14, 2014, in the City Council Room. Dated this 10th day of June, 2014 . SignetS: Dan..$terlvold, Mayor (June 18, and 25, 2014) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF L. Laaveg, PO Box 127, Park River, ND WALSH COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA 58270 or filed with the court. Dated this 11 day of June, 2014. In the Matter of the Estate of James F Sommer, Deceased JEANINE JELINEK Case No. 50-2014-PR-00027 Personal Representative NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tracy L. Laaveg, PC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Attorney ID #5839 undersigned has been appointed 102 4th St. W. personal representative of the above PO Box 127 estate. All persons having claims against Park River, ND 58270 the said deceased are required to present service@laaveglaw.com their claims within three (3) months after Telephone: (701) 284-6300 the date of the first publication of this Facsimile: (701)284-6306 notice or said claims will be forever Attorney for the Petitioner barred. Claims must either be presented to Jeanine Jelinek, Personal Representative of the estate, at c/o Tracy (June 18, 25, and July 2, 2014) Park River Area School Board of Education Meeting PARK RIVER AREA SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING TUESDAY, 5:30 PM MAY 15, 2014 PARK RIVER, ND Regular board meeting held May 15, 2014. Thompson, Hahn, Brummond, Laaveg and Houser present. Others present: Jana Gudmundson, Mike and Pam Kratochvil. President Hahn called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. Mike and Pam Kratochvil addressed the board regarding the bussing situation for their child in the upcoming school year. Jana Gudmundson gave a presentation to the board on the recent AdvancedEd visitation. M: Laaveg S: Thompson to approve the April 15, 2014 Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting and the May 5, 2014 Minutes of the Special Board Meeting, All in favor, M.C. M: Brummond S: Houser to approve the expenditures as follows: General Fund #1555-1605, $539,930.77; Payroll & Benefits #78387-75441, $297,204.23; Manual checks #511100-511113, $22,671.38 and Special Activities #1292- 1312, $34,355.45, All in favor, M.C. AARON SCHRAMM 10.50 AMAZON.COM CREDIT 124.64 ARNTSON STEWART WEGNER PC 2,555.55 MIDGARDEN FAMILY CLINIC BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA 100.00 56,430.61 MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES BARBARA GREICAR 105.00 2,452.53 BECKY SVOBODNY 25.00 MORGAN PRINTING 102.00 BRENDA NILSON NANCY LARSON 51.63 57.26 BUTTONS BY FISH 487.11 NORTH BORDER HIGH SCHOOL CAROL GUST 67.20 95.20 CENTRAL DOOR & HARDWARE NORTH STAR COOP 6,449.86 27.00 NORTH VALLEY VOCATIONAL CTR DAKOTA ASSEMBLIES 385.00 31,883.00 DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION NORTHDALE OIL INC. 249.27 102.09 PRAIRIE LEARNING CENTER DON GREICAR EXCAVATING 1,268.40 3,860.38 RIVARD'S TURF & FORAGE FLEXIBLE BENEFITS/DISCOVERY 230.00 BENEFITS 90.00 SAMSON ELECTRIC 60.00 GREATAMERICA LEASING CORP. SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS - 13 1,696.00 91.87 HEIDI ECKART 112.00 SCHOLASTIC EQUIPMENT JANA GUDMUNDSON 10.50 COMPANY, LLC 1,885.11 JOB SERVICE ND 10,054.86 SHELDON WELTZ 30.60 JONATHAN BERG 10.50 SOUTHEAST EDUCATION KEITH BERG 87.88 COOPERATIVE 95.00 KELLY FRANCIS STACEY'S 128.85 84.00 SUE MYXTER 161.28 KEVIN CZYMBOR 65.00 TARGET ROOFING, INC 792.00 KIERSTIN HURTT 407.30 US FOODSERVICE GRG DIVISION KIM LARSON 10.50 9,588.88 KIRK HAM 17.92 WALSH COUNTY PRESS 391.28 LARRY OMDAHL WATER & LIGHT DEPT 9,665.76 306.00 WAYNES VARIETY 92.78 LEON'S BUILDING CENTER WELLSFARGO BANK 5,439.00 391,316.67 MARY MARTIN 120.00 NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY 40.00 ND ATTORNEY GENERAL 44.50 WALSH COUNTY SHERIFF DEPT. 10.00 CARLA HICKMAN 230.00 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE 178.54 BRETT OMDAHL 400.00 KATIE THOMPSON 3,268.00 KIERSTIN HURTT 220.00 BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF ND 11,346.91 THE HARTFORD PRIORITY ACCTS 2,329.28 FLEXIBLE BENEFITS/DISCOVERY BENEFITS 2,771.29 AFLAC 1,832.86 ALCO STORES, INC. 72.91 AMANDA GOLL 180.00 ANGELA SOLSENG 1,873.00 AUDREY HUWE 246.78 BOWL MOR LANES 103.32 CARLA HICKMAN 225.00 CHAR MYRDAL 60.00 COCA-COLA REFRESHMENTS 197.52 DEVILS LAKE HIGH SCHOOL 160.00 DRAYTONNALLEY/EDINBU RG 50.00 D'S DESIGNS 724.00 GREATER MIDWEST FUND RAISING 4,012.80 JS WHOLESALE & VENDING 361.64 M: Brummond S: Laaveg to approve NANCY LARSON the administrative and support staff 207.02 salaries for 2014-2015 as presented, All NATIONAL FFA 300.50 in favor, M.C. NORTH STAR COOP 115.88 NORTHDALE OIL INC. 117.94 M: Brummond S: Laaveg to go with 2 PARK RIVER AREA REVOLVING x 2 tiles for the ceiling tile project and ACCOUNT 651.76 accept those project costs, All in favor, PARK RIVER AREA SCHOOL M.C. 23,815.81 M: Laaveg S: Brummond to purchase TROPHIES & ENGRAVING computers at a cost of $25,100.00, All in 692.60 WAYNES VARIETY 186.97 favor, M.C. Other items of discussion included: Kirk Ham gave a Financial report and resignation of Karen Midgarden from her Administrative reports were received by ELL position, ESP fee schedule for next Brenda Nilson and Aaron Shramm.year, health insurance for the coming Kelly Houser left the meeting at this year, Waiver of Instructional Time point. Mr. Ham gave an Administrative report Requirement and driver's ed. and Brad Brummond gave a Vocational The next board meeting is scheduled Center Report and Tracy Laaveg a for June10, 2014, at5:30p.m. Library Report. There was no REA report. With no further business, the meeting M: Brummond S: Laaveg to approve adjourned at 7:15 p.m. the committees as outlined for the Strategic Plan, All in favor, M.C. M: Laaveg S: Thompson to purchase Diana Hahn, President weight room equipment as needed up to $20,000.00, All in favor, M.C. Rebecca Svobodny, Business M: Laaveg S: Thompson to approve Manager the Early Retirement Policy, Descriptor Code: DKDA, and waive the second reading, All in favor, M.C. M: Brummond S: Thompson to accept the Morris Sealcoat & Trucking bid, All in favor, M.C. (June 25, 2014) AI)VERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Park River Water Tower Replacement, High Service Pump Improvements, and "l'ransmission Main Improvements project ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 00030 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that separate sealed Bids for construction of the Park River Water Tower Replacement, High Service Pump Improvements, and Transmission Main Improvements project will be received at the office of the City of Park River, ND, until 1:30 pm local time on July 10, 2014 in the City Council Chamber in the City of Park River, ND, where and at which time they will be publicly opened and read. Bids being mailed or delivered prior to July 10, 2014, can be sent to: City of Park River c/o Mr. Tom Larson PO Box C 514 Briggs Ave S Park River, ND 58270 The Work is comprised of two (2) lump sum contracts: Contract No. 1 - Water Tower Replacement; and Contract No. 2 - High Service Pump Improvements; as well as one (1) unit price contract: Contract No. 3 -Transmission Main Improvements. The Work for each Contract is generally described as follows: Contract No. 1 - Water Tower Replacement: Work generally consists of furnishing and installing a new 250,000- removal and replacement, and aggregate gallon spheroid single pedestal water backfill. Water main improvements and tower, including the design and related items consist of the following installation of the foundation system; approximate quantities: Storm Water water tower appurtenances, antifreeze Pollution Prevention Plan Implementation equipment, water tower logo, control and Maintenance, 1 LS Temporary Water room; all site work including concrete pipe Service, 693 CY Pavement Mill and pit, concrete floor, landscaping, site Stockpile, 3,000 CY Class 5 Aggregate, restoration, seeding, and gravel access 1,088 LF of Concrete Curb and Gutter road; furnishing and installing a new Removal and Replacement, 186 LF of6- electrical system, including wiring and inch PVC Water Main, 37 LF of 8-inch equipment for power supply, anti-freeze PVC Water Main, 62 LF of 8-inch PVC system, tower lighting, unit heaters, Cased Bore Water Main, 205 LFof 8-inch controls, communications, electrical PVC Non-cased Bore Water Main, 4,450 service and tower appurtenances. Work LF of 10-inch PVC Water Main, 65 LF of also consists of the demolition and 10-inch PVC Cased Bore Water Main, removal of the existing 50,000 gallon 502 LF of 10-inch PVC Non-cased Bore water tower and water tower Water Main, 14 EA Install Fire Hydrant, 16 appurtenances. EA 6-inch Gate Valves, 4 EA 8-inch Gate valves, 16 EA 10-inch Gate valves, and Contract No. 2- High Service Pump other related work items. Work also Improvements: Work generally consists includes demolition at the existing water of demolition and replacement of pipe tower site including fence removal, pipe insulation, demolition and relocation of abandonment, landscaping and high service pump discharge piping; restoration. installation of new discharge piping; removal and relocatiOn of existing All bids shall be contained in asealed pressure transducer and magnetic flow envelope plainly marked showing that meter and associated electrical work; and removal of two high service pumps and 00100 for installation of two new pump bowl assemblies: of suchaddenda. The separateenvelope Water Tower Replacement shall be and working with this digital project shall also contain a bidder's bond in the COMPLETE no later than the following: information. amount of 5% of the full amount of bid a) Si~bstantial Completion: executed by the bidder as principal and July 15, 2015 Copies of the Plans and Specifications by a surety, conditioned that if the a) Final Completion: and other Bidding and Contract principal's bid is accepted and the August 15, 2015 Documents may be obtained from contract awarded to the principal, the Advanced Engineering and principal, within 10 days after notice of The Work of the Contract No. 2-High Environmental Services, Inc. (AE2S), award shall execute a contract in Service Pump Improvements shall be 3101 S. Frontage Rd, Moorhead MN, accordance with the terms of the bid and COMPLETE no later than the following: 56560 for a NON-REFuNDABLE charge a contractor's bond as required by law a) Substantial Completion: of Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($250.00) for and the regulations and determinations of January 31,2015 each paper set of documents requested the governing body. Countersignature of b) Final Completion: or One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) for a bid bond is not required under this February 28, 2015 each CD. section. The Work of the Contract No. 3 - Copies of the Bidding Documents may All bidders must be licensed for the full Transmission Main Improvements shall be seen and examined at the offices of amount of the bid as required by Section be COMPLETE no later than the the Engineer, AE2S, the office of the City 47-07-05. A copy of the Contractor's following: of Park River, and at Builders Exchanges License or Certificate of Renewalthereof, a) Substantial Completion: in Williston, Bismarck, Minot, Grand issued by the Secretary of State, must be October 31, 2014 Forks, Fargo, and Minneapolis. All enclosed in the bid bond envelope as c) Final Completion: bidding document interpretations and required under Section 47-07-12.November 28, 2014 clarifications should be directed to the office of AE2S at (701) 746-8087. Contracts shall be awarded on the basis of the low Bid submitted by a responsible and responsive Bidder deemed most favorable to the City's such envelope contains a Bid for the interest. Project. Also refer to Section preparation of bid information. Attached to the outside of the bid Contract No. 3 - Transmission Main envelope must be a separate envelope Improvements: Work generally consists containing a list of all addenda to the of water main replacement, hydrant and plans and specifications and an valve replacement, curb and gutter acknowledgment by the bidder of receipt The City of Park River reserves the right to reject any and all Bids, to waive any informality in any Bid, to hold all Bids for a period not to exceed forty five (45) days from the date of opening Bids. The Work of the Contract No. 1 - All Work shall be done in accordance with the Bidding Documents on file in the All Bidders are invited to be present at Office the City of Watford City. Complete the public opening of the Bids. digital project bidding documents are available at www.AE2S.com or www.questcdn.com. You may download Dated this 25th day of June, 2014 the digital plan documents for Fifty Dollars By: Is/Dan Stenvold, Mayor ($50.00) by inputting Quest project City of Park River, ND #3325524 on the website's Project Search page. Please contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership registration, downloading (June 18, 25, and July 2, 2014)