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JUNE 27, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 5 ing, Tournament set DRAYTON, N.D. -- Drayton's 12th annual Rod & Reel Rally Catfishing Tournament will be held Saturday July 2t, 2012, from i 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Hastings Landing Recreation Area, downtown Drayton, ND. Cash prizes will be paid for the six largest catfish, largest slot fish, and a special $30,000 prize will be awarded to the angler who ends the tournament holding a new North Dakota record channel catfish. Minimum 2 paid registrations per boat, but each boat may carry as many anglers as it can legally hold. Early entry fee is $40 (by June 15) and regular entry fee is $50. Entry forms are available at Red River Bait Shop 701-454-6184 and KXPO Radio in Grafton, ND (352-0431); for information, call the resort, or email Visit Above: Pictured is 2011 winner Rhea Restemayer, Edinburg, ND. (Photo: Submitted) www.draytonnd. Community Chamber of com to download entry forms. Commerce and KXPO Radio Sponsored by Drayton 1340 AM. a ride: WC Transportation for all GRAFTON, N.D. --The Walsh County Trans- a month on Saturdays. We will do special trips for Dr. portation is for everyone regardless of age. Years ago appointments if needed on a day that is not scheduled, it was known as the "Senior" bus and it had been dif- if we can, but you have to call at least a week in ad- ficult to change the public's view of that image, but we vance to make arrangements. We have 3 handicap ac- are open to anyone, cessible vehicles and another coming in the next few The North Dakota Department of Transporta- months and 3 drivers. If there are other needs out there tionfFransit Division has been coming to Grafton for please call and let us know as we are looking at what quarterly regional coordination meetings with Walsh, other areas we need to provide additional/better serv- Pembina, Nelson and Grand Forks counties for the ice. past year. Walsh and Pembina counties have worked Please call 284-7980 for more information or to together for years coordinating services between their make a reservation. We ask that you call by 4:00 the counties on an informal basis. The purpose of the more formal talks is to see what needs are out there that day before if you need a ride. Our schedule is Tues- we haven't met and to include other counties in the co- day thru Friday in Grafton, every Tuesday and Thurs- ordination effort. The meetings have been very pro- day we go to Grand Forks plus the first four Saturdays ductive and informative for everyone. The next meet- of the month, the first and third Wednesday in Park ing is scheduled for July. River, the second Monday we go to Fargo and the third The Walsh County Public Transportation Program Monday to Devils Lake. has looked at what other services are needed and we We will also be going to Frostfire Summer Theatre have added additional trips to Grand Forks on Satur- for the production Ring of Fire on Wednesday July days so now we will be going to Grand Forks the first 11,18,25 and Aug. 1. You will need to call one week four Saturdays of the month, previously we went twice in advance for a ride/ticket. State MAYVILLE, N.D. On a beautiful summer evening in 1992, a small group of Mayville State alumni sat on a backyard deck in Cavalier, N.D. reminiscing about college days. The sharing of heart- warming memories led to talk about how the group could give back to their alma mater. One thing led to another, thenumber of peo- ple involved expanded, and the MaYville State alumni group of Pembina County/Hoopie is now celebrating the 20th anniversary of giving back to their alma mater. About 300 Mayville State alumni live in and around the com- munities ofWalhalla, Neche, Pem- bina, Cavalier, Drayton, St. Thomas, and Crystal. Many sup- portive alumni who live in Hoople, located in Walsh County, have joined the Pembina County group in their efforts to support Mayville May'villo Oo, ln,/page, 6 Walsh County Gun Club standings as of June 13 GRAFTON, N.D:- Magnus Force 45 Park River Legion 36 Walsh County Gun.ClubWelchs 37 . South Branch Bison results after five weeks: Kirkeby Farms 32 31 Ending June 13, 2012 Simplot 31 Kilmer Construction Browning League Olson Oil 27 30 Torkelson Farms 32 Jims Super Valu 26 Fordville Co op 28 Mostad Ins 30 Vets 12 Blanchards 26 Rosies 24 Top Shooter after 125 Polar 18 $pudnik 22 targets Top Shooters after 125 Custom Ag 22 Mike Stellon 121,targets ' Swartz Plumbing 20 JeffDahlen 120 WDSuda 121 ;=i Top.shooterafter 125, Brad Magnusson 120 JimEnlow 119 targets. Jody Lee 119 Rock Desautel 118 i SCott Phelps i 22 : ' .: Roii Hulton 119 Jerry Blanchard 117 Andrew Torkelson Nate Taltackson 117:Jerry Blanchard 117 ' Tdm Cannll7' !I . KenFischer 116 Dwight Wilson 119 Rod Howatt 1:16 Ron Line 116 Steve Bjerkaas 116 Nic Beneda 115 Shooting 25 straight Rod Howatt x 2 Scott Phelps, Andrew Torkelson, Ron Line, Jeremy Bosh, Dwight Wilson x 2, Steve Berkaas, John Forbes, Jeremy Dvorak Shooting 50 straight Andrew Torkelson, Scott Phelps Federal League Andrew, Torkelson Randy Hahn 115 116 Shooting 25 straight Brad Magnusson 115 Rock Desautel, JeffDahlen 115 Ashley Desautel, Jim Mike Kirkeby 115 Enlow x 2, Jim Moself, Shooting 25 Straight WD Suda, Ken Fischer, Dale Holand, Brad. Jerry Blanchard x 2, Magnusson x 2, Jeff Grant Skibicki, Greg Dahlen, Nate Tallackson Anderson, John x 2, Tom Mc Cann, Mike Samdahl, Jerry Kirkeby, Mike Stellaonx Blanchard x 2, Dan'in 2, Ron Hultin, Andrew Blanchard Torkelson Shooting 50 straight Shooting 50 StraightDoug Hove, Rock JeffDahlen, Jody LeeDesautel Remington League Winchester League Extra End 41 Thompson Spuds 36 Thompson Truckers 33 Torkelson Clippers 26 Centrol 18 Bremer Bank 11 Top Shooters after 125 targets Doug Thompson 123 Jerry Blanchard 122 Wade Thompson 121 WD Suda 120 Dan Schindele 120 Reed Daws 120 Shooting 25 Straight Doug Thompson x 2, Billy Thompson x 2, Jim Thompson, WD Suda x 2,Scott Hills x 2, Jim Tallackson, Craig Magnusson x 2, Greg Skibiki, Ken Fischer, Jerry Blanchard, Reed Daws x2, Dan Schindele, Brad Magnusson, Bud Symington Shooting 50 Straight Doug Thompson, Wade Thompson, Dan Schindele, Jerry Blanchard 0 0 0 0 .= PARK RIVER SCHOOL BOARD REGULAR BOARD MEETING, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 2012 AT 6:10 RM. Regular board meeting held :May 17, 2012. All members present. Others in attendance were Wally Rygh, Glenn Rost, Donna Galloway and Marl Bennington. President Hahn called the meeting to order at 6:10 p.m. M'. Laaveg S: HoUser to approve the April 19, 2012, Regular.Board Meeting Minutes~ AIi in favor, M,C. M: Brummond S: Laaveg to approve the April 19, 2012, Special Board Meeting Minutes, All in favor, M.C. THE LIBRI FOUNDATION $50.00 FLEXIBLE BENEFITS/DISCOVERY $16O.00 WATER & LIGHT DEPT $9,576.33 MARl BENNINGTON $4,700.00 BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF ND $9,662.74 DISCOVERY EDUCATIONS80.00 FLEXIBLE BENEFITS/DISCOVERY Park Ris'er School Board Reorganization Meeting $2,555.80 AFLAC $1,537.82 THE HARTFORD PRIORITY ACCTS $1,891.53 RICK CLEMETSON $150.00 FIRST UNITED BANK OF PARK RIVER $11,902.50 ACME TOOLS - GRAND FORKS $15.48 advancED $1,075.00 AMAZON.COM CREDIT $17.42 BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA $56,430.60 BE(~KY S~/OBODNY $25.00 BUSINESS OFFICE $163.35 PEARCE & DURICK $146.25 CHS CREDIT CARD $327.80 PENWORTHY $41.88 CONNIE KASTE$270.00 PEPPI ROBIDEAUX $223.00 CULINEX $285.59 PRAIRIE LEARNING CENTER DEMCO COMPANY $124.00 $1,034.55 DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION RAMKOTA HOTEL $69.00 $405.80 ROBERT GOLL $384.40 DEVILS LAKE POLICE DEPT. ROGER MOE $290.00 $150.00 - -,SARAH HELL $80.00 DON GREICAR EXCAVATING SCHOOL SPECIALTY $83.95 $2,2'52.00 SHANNON MARKUSEN $13.83 EDUTECH $90.00 SYSCO NORTH DAKOTA $570.50 EXPRESSWAY SUITES, ND THREE STAR DAIRY, INC. $138.60 $2,735,67 GLOBAL SAFETY $153.90 TROPHIES & ENGRAVING JOB SERVICE ND $1,467.39 $150.00 KARIE HELGOE$250.00 UPPER VALLEY SPECIAL KAYLAN KIZIMA $15.00 EDUCATION $22,540.91 KIRI KASTE $80.00 US FOODSERVICE GRG DIVISION KIRK HAM $16.32 $6,348.80 KRINGSTAD IRONWORKS INC. VERIZON $5.75 $214.13 WALSH COUNTY PRESS $39.'20 LEON'S BUILDING CENTER WATER & LIGHT DEPT $6,706.03 $43.88 WAYNES VARIETY $94.96 MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES WELCH'S BAKERY $688.00 $1,041 A4 YE OLDE MEDICINE SHOPPE NDCEL $180.00 $19.51 NORTH STAR COOP $5,492.88 AWARD EMBLEM CO $90.11 NORTH VALLEY VOCATIONAL CTR BETH'S HOME COOKING $80.50 $24,27i i00 SCHERR $280.00 NORTHERN DOOR $933.16 BUTTONS BY FISH $459.70 NORTHERN RED. '~VE~: ~ ~ ~.:! ~ ".~,::i~:~:i~! ~ ;~, INTERACTIVE TV $4 607.00',~ ~i~ ,(~[t! M." ;i't~h~0!~i~S: Brummond~i~ to ~blORTHERN~yALLEY ~.~qO~ ~i~~~itures i as foll~s: $30.00 Generat Fund #124492:i24542, $142,832.63; Payroll & Benefits #28017- 28090, $293,370.39; Manual checks #12295-12306, $42,266.72 and Special Activities #10390-10408, $32,469.04, All in favor, M.C. M: Laaveg S: Houser tO approve the '2010-2011 Audit as prepared by Wally Rygh, All in favor, M.C. M: Brummond S: Laaveg to take from the table coaching positions for baseball and girls' basketball, All in favor, M.C. M: Laaveg S: Houser to Open the positions of head and assistant coach for girls' basketball and baseball for grades 9-12, All in favor, M.C. M: Laaveg S: Thompson to hire Audrey Huwe as an English instructor, All in favor, M.C, M: Thompson S: Brummond to accept Glenn Rost's request to change his contract to one-third time/All in favor, M~C. M:; Brummond S: Thompson to , approve the change to Sherry Currie's contract to 6/7ths, All in favor, M.C. M! Laaveg S: Thompson to approve the hiring of Edie Rygh for one period of dual credit English, All in favor, M.C. M: Brummond S: Houser to approve the non-iuition agreemen't for"Carter Troftgruben, All in favor, M.C. Kirk Ham gave a Financial Report. Brenda Nilson, James Lehman and Kirk H,ar~ gave Administrative Reports. There were no Vocational Center, Library and REA Reports. Other items of discussion included the 8th Grade Trip and an update on summer projects. The next meeting is scheduled for June 12, 2012, at 6:00 p.m. With no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:40 p.m. PARK RIVER SCHOOL BOARD REORGANIZATION MEETING, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2012 AT 6:00 RM. Reorganization meeting held on May 31,2012. All members present from Park River and Adams School Boards. Also in attendance were Kirk Ham, Jim Larson, Larry Klundt, Frank Schill and Bonnie Zahradka. Adams School Board President Julie Skorheim called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. and turned it over to Larry Klundt. Diana Hahn, President Rebecca Svobodny, Business Manager (June 27, 2012) The Park River Area School District Reorganization Plan was gone over point by point. After discussion, some sections of the plan will have minor changes before being brought to the respective boards. Meeting adjourned at 7:45 p.m. Rebecca Svobodny, Business Manager (June 27, 2012) Heartland Eye Care will be CLOSED the afternoon of June 27 and all day June28and29 in celebration of Dr, Carlson's yearof service as President of the American Optometric Association! Fort Totten Little Theatre At Lake Region State College Robert Fawcett Auditorium July 5, 2012 to July 29, 2012 Wed, Thurs, & Saturdays at 7:30 Sundays are at 2:00 p.m. Ticket Price-S20.00 Purchase tickets and Seat Reservations at our Ticket Box Office at The Liquid Bean Opens Monday, June 18th Call 701-662-8888 I I Thursday, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday, July 5, 6, 7, & 8, 2012 @ Hamilton, ND I I i I i iif i HTfl' I I i I I Saturday, July 7th Thursday, July 5 7:00 p.m. Free.Will Admission Don Croeker Friday @ the Free Stage 5:00-6:30 p,m. Spor~ored by tieah Star Commu~ Credit Onion u, Kids daiPuU ! ~ Saturday @ 3:.00 p.m. Chuakvagon Friday, July 6 @ 7:00 p.m. Saturday, July7 @ t:30 p,m. Sunday, July 8 @ 2:00 p.m. Tickets $t0 & $5 Tickets $10 & $5 i FOR WRISTBAND ~HERS: Citizens State Bank.- Midwest @ Cavalier 0r Walhalla. . North Star Community Credit Union @ Cavalier. ,Ramsey National Bank, Leevers SuperValu Foods. . Bank of Hamilton .lJnitedVailey Bank @ Cavalier. , Choice Financial @ Walhalla, The Cavalier Chronicle ! II