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03 tt3 t, t3 O tZ3 I--~.a t.J t--I ~ e-'~ r--I ~ ladr~ ** 8 $$ klJ e~ I ..I ** 03.-d Nq3 SINGLE COPY $ I .00 VOL. 134 ISSUE 52 PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 2017 FI Photos: Larry Bid Left: Wynston Marlin wastes no 8me as he jumps into the pool right when he arrives, no wading into get to v, ala him. Top Right: Park River swim- ming pool lifeguards for 2017, Front(I-r) Amy Seim, Maris Miller, lan Helgeson, Sydney Porter, and Julia Sveen, Back (l- r) Gracyn Cole, Emily Frovaq), Gretchen Brummond, Anne Welch and Hannah Gordon. Bottom Right: Park River swim- ming pool lifeguard and swim- ming ins'e or Amy Seim teach- es Aubrey Romine how to float on her back. ~i ~i~~ '~'~!~ ~ .... : ~ " HOOPLE, N.D. -- The North Dakota Parks and Recreation De- partment recently held a safety program for local youth to receive hands-on training and certification to legally operate off-highway vehicles (OHV) on public lands, trails, ditches and roadways. Park Ranger Ben Potts of the Pembina Gorge State Recreation Area in- structed the 4-hour class the morn- ing of June 12, 2017, at the Hoople City Park. Ten youth successful- ly completed the safety certifica- tion test. Clare Ashpole, Everett Fedje, Jayse Gullickson, Garrett Hall- dorson, Connor Hurtt, Brayden Johnson, Justin Klose, Megan Larson, Andrew Myrdal and Lukas Pastorek are now certified in off- highway vehicle operation. Some examples of off-highway vehi- cles include dirt bikes and four wheelers. North Dakota law requires OHV Corm page 9 Photo: Submitted Above: OHV Safety Course participants included (L to R) Jayse Gullickson, Megan Larson, Lukas Pastorek, Jus'dn Klose, Brayden Johnson, Connor Hurtt, Everett Fedje, Clare Ashpole, Andrew Myrdal, and Garrett Halldorson. PARK RIVER, N.D. -- All Aggie alumni and friends are in- vited to meet for the 70th consec- utive Aggie Alumni Association get-together at the historic Park River Legion Coliseum Tuesday, July 3. Social with cash bar begins at 5:30 p.m. Dinner at 6 p.m. Believed to be the oldest high school alumni association in North Dakota, the group meets for din- ner and socializing annually on July 3. Tickets are available in ad- vance for $15 at Jim's Super Valu and Ye Olde Medicine Center in Park River. Tickets at the door are $20. Dinner is catered by Shenani- gan's of Grafton. Recognition will be given to the newest members of the Aggie Alumni Association, the 2017 graduating class. The classes of 1977, 1967, 1957 and 1947 will meet at the dinner. Park River Area High School students with the highest grade Aggie Get-Together Corm page 6 See page 2 District Communication Arts See page 6 "May we think of freedom, not as the right to do as we please, but as 0he opportunity to do what is right" Peter Marshall Minute with the Mayor See page 5 Legion ball falls in Fargo, rallies See page 8