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JULY 2, 2.014 THE PRESS PAGE 5 A I00_L[NUTE;WITH THE/'00IAYOR BY DAN STENVOLD MAYOR OF PARK RAVER Welcome to holidays ,and busy days m Park Rtver Hello and welcome to Park River for our 4th of July celebra- tion! We have a lot of activities planned and hopefully you will be able to attend most of them. We started on Tuesday with our Canada Day parade, Thursday is the Alumni banquet and street dance. Friday the 4th starts at 8am with a pancake breakfast at Kens- ington Place with 14 different things to do before the best fire- works display in the country starts at 10pm. Saturday is thehill climb in Fordville AND it is also my grandson Wyatt's 1 st birthday so I'll be staying at home! Sunday, the American Legion is having a pancake and sausage breakfast from 8am-lpm. PLEASE have a safe holiday! Elections are done; I would like to thank everyone that took the time to vote. Thank-you for the votes of confidence in what the council and I have been doing for the past several years. We've made several decisions on some huge projects and they have all seemed to work out just fine. The highway 17 project should be complete by the 4th, the mill, overlay and painting is complete now and crews are working on all the new handicap accessible side- walk crossings. It's to bad the rail- road wasn't on board to fix their miserable crossing. Supposedly, it's in their plans to be repaired in the next 2 years .... Don't hold your breath, we've been trying to get it repaired for 8 years ! ! We just had the pre-construc- tion meeting with Mayo Con- struction. They will be adding curb and gutter as well as paving our new North Star addition. The work will start immediately (weather permitting) the construe- tion will make a beautiful place even better! July 10th we will open bids to start replacing about 5,100' of water mains and sewer lines that need to be done before our new water tower is built. Hopefully, 2015 will bathe year our old water tower is replaced. This has also been an 8 year: project so cross your fingers! North Star Coop has also started construction on their new multi-million dollar fertilizer plant. It is located on the west side of the new paved street going to Walsh Grain, I would personally like to thank the board of directors and management team for choos- ing Park River to build their new facility. This should be huge for serving all the farmers in our re- gion. We are also going to offer 5 acres of land in our industrial park to the Walsh Pembina Livestock Slaughter Facility. This is a proj- ect that has been going on for the past few months and they are at the stage in the game where they have to have a place to build. Cav- alier and Crystal are also inter- ested in the new facility. This will be aS1.1 million building with contents and 8-10 new, good pay- ing jobs. I think Park River would be the perfect place to build!! Our city employees have been swamped with everything that they are doing. I would like to thank each and every one of them for the great job they do for our city. A BIG thank you to each and every resident of Park River for the fantastic job you do, keeping this city looking absolutely beau- tiful!! Mayor Dan Stenvold ' Frost0000p00edf0r ! Walsh Coumy Translation PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The Walsh County Transportation bus will again be going to Frost Fire Summer Theatre. This year's production is called "Smokey Joe's Cat6 and features over 40 of the greatest songs ever written such as On Broadway, Hound Dog, Jailhouse Rock, Stand by Me, and Love Potion #9. This is sure to have you rocking and rolling in your seats,  Cost of the ticket plus the bus ride is $38. Dates that the bus will be going are July 9, 16, 23 and 30. Please make your reservations at least a week before the day that you would like to go. For more information or to make a reservation, please call 701-284-7980. Medicine Center and First United Bank. Tickets are $20 at the door. Members of the Class of 2014 are special guests of the Agg!e Alumni Association. PRAHS students with the highest grade point average the past academic year with be pre- sented awards. These include: freshman, Jackson Hankey; soph- omores, Spencer Rehovsky and Emily Zikmund; juniors, Samatha Blixt and Isak Johnson and sen- iors, Anna Rand and Abby Zik- mund. The Nell Midgarden Tra v- eling Trophy for outstanding senior track participant will be awarded to Ashley Fontaine. Memorabilia dating back 100 years to the beginning of WCAS will be on display in the Aggie Alumni room July 3. Bricks have been added to the Aggie Brick Wall. Is your name on a brick? The alumni associa- tion uses the funds from the sale of bricks to fund needed projects and and equipment for the school. Forms are available at the alumni gathering, in the alumni room or by contacting officers, Joel Hylden, Elaine Cudmore or Linda E Larson. Park River is one of few cites in North Dakota with a thriving alumni association promoted by the annual July 3 gathering. Photo: Larry Biri Above: Richard Holand of Park River, retired 30 year principal and teacher at Park River Elementary School is the now the principal brick layer for the Aggie Brick Wall. The Aggie Alumni Association uses the sale of bricks to fund projects at Park River Area School. Club will host a Fun Ride Horse Show dubbed "Canter for Cancer" south of the Hockey Arena. All proceeds go to Local Cancer Fund. Donations will be accepted to First Care Health Center. From 2:00 to 3:00 there will be the Lyric Theatre Bingo fundrais- er at the City Hall. The event will help pay for renovations to the Lyric Theatre as well as a digital projection system. The Lyric will be open on July 4 from 2-5 for those curious about the changes to the Park River theater. South. The Independence Day parade will begin at 11:00 am starting be- hind the Hockey Arena. From noon to 3:00, there will be the Burgers and Dogs Picnic hosted by the Sons of the American Legion south of City Hall. After the pa- rade, there will be the 14 Annual Valley Cruisers Show and Shine Car Show in downtown Park Riv- er. Also following the parade will be an event that is new to Park River, there will be the sanctioned pedal tractor pull for ages four tO eleven, again at downtown Park River. The evesponsored by From 2:00 to 4:00 there will be Park River Implement. Registra'- free swimming at the Park River fiael be  after the ' public 1  to the Park Riv- : /i./nothYffqe,Ent after the: er Parks and Ree Board. At three, there will be a piano recital at Our Savior's Lutheran Church by local piano students. Finally, to end the day, at 10:00 pm the Park River Fire Department will be shooting off Fireworks in the "Big Park". On July 5, there will be the 15 Annual Eagle Ridge Motorcycle Club Hill Climb in Fordville. The next day, there will be the Amer- ican Legion pancake and sausage breakfast in Park River from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. 2014 Reporting of Prevented Planting Extended to July 15 FARGO, N.D. -- USDA Farm extending the various prevented Service Agency (FSA) North planting acreage reporting dead- Dakota State Executive Director lines for North Dakota to coincide Aaron Krauterhas announced that with the final crop acreage re- prevented planting reporting dead-porting date of July 15, 2014. lines have been extended this year Prevented planting acreage re- to coincide with the final acreage reporting date of July 15 due to planting issues caused by North Dakota's cold, wet spring. "Farmers need to visit their lo- cal FSA office before July 15 to re- port all their crop acreage, in- eluding that which has been pre- vented from planting," Krauter said. USDA policy requires farmers who request prevented planting credit to report the applicable acreage to FSA on form FSA-578 (Report of Acreage) and file form CCC-576 (Notice of Loss) with- in 15 calendar days after the final planting date for the crop. Final planting dates vary by crop but are typically well before the final acreage reporting date of July 15. For 2014, however, FSA has simplified the process due to the widespread rainfall events by ported on CCC-576 and FSA- 578 after this date may be subject to late filing fees. Farmers with highly erodible land are reminded they are re- quired to follow a conservation plan to retain conservation com- pliance eligibility. If the weather conditions change a farmer's plant- ing plans, they need to ensure they still follow an acceptable conservation plan. Krauter also reminds producers that it is important to accurately re- port failed and prevented planted acreage for crop insurance pur- poses and in the event future dis- aster programs are made available through USDA. For more information about the programs administered by FSA, visit any FSA County Office or www.fsa.usda.gov. parade will be an old favorite re-: turning that was once popular during Park River Crazy Days. The Money in the Straw Hunt will be in the "Little Park" for ages ten and under sponsored by Park Riv- er Dental. From 1:00 to 5:00, there will be free inflatable games, sponsored by the PR Community Club, and free face painting, courtesy of Walsh County 4-H. Both will be in the "Little Park". Starting at 2:00 pm, the Walsh County Saddle CARS and CROSSOVERS B4021A ! 997 Cadillac Deville Red, 163,781 miles ................. $4,900 C4020B 1999 Buick Lesabre Tan, 95,627 miles .................... $4,900 G4082B 2000 Chew Monte Cado Silver, 260,716 miles ............. $3,900 X2016 2000 Nissan/Dat$ Frontier White, 120,832 miles ............ $8,900 X1941A 2000 Volwagon New Beetle Black, 94,735 miles .......... 56,900 C4060B 2001 Che W Impala Maroon, 178,075 miles ................ $2,900 X1951B 2001 Oldsmobile Silhouette Maroon, 124,472 miles ......... 55,900 C3066A 2003 Nisson/DaB Altira Maroon, 96,956 miles ............ $8,900 G3080C 2003 Oldsmobile Silhouette Silver, 147,250 miles .......... $6,900 X1917B 2004 Ponliac Sunfire White, 107,860 miles ................ $5,900 G3071B 2005 Yamaha Red, 3.000 miles .......................... $4,900 X2005A 2006 Cadillac SIS Black, 77,549 mile ................... : $13,900 G2109B 2006 Hummer H3 Red, 56,139 miles .................... $19,900 X1940D 2006 Pontiac G6 Red. 89,500 miles ...................... 58,900 X2009 2007 Ford Edge Gray. 91,395 miles ..................... $12,900 X2019A 2007 GMC Acadia Luxury Red, 68,000 miles .............. 521,900 C4t19A 2008 Buick Lucerne Gray, 84.891 miles ................. S10,900 X1904A 2008 Cadillac DTS Blue, 46,236 miles ................... $19,900 X2025 2008 6MC Acadia White Diamond, 75,125 miles ........... $23,900 X1939A 2009 Chew Impala White, 53,712 miles .................. S15,900 B4017A 2010 Buick,Enclave Silver, 56.498 miles ................. $27,900 X2013A 2010 Chew Equinox Mocha, 45,000 miles ................ 521,900 G4094B 2011 Cadillac DT$ Maroon, 34.122 miles ................. 529,900 C4077A 2011 GMC Acadia Black, 67.153 miles ................... $26,900 X2002 2012 Che W Craze Brown, 15,926 miles ................... $19,900 B3012 2013 BuickVerano Silver, 150 miles ..................... 525,645 X1959 2013 Cadillac SR}(White, 14,526 miles ................... $38,900 X1929 2013 Chew Captiva Sport Silver, 14.359 miles ............. 521,900 X1955 2013 Che W Equinox Red. 9,622 miles .................... $30,900 X1943 2013 Che W Impale White, 26,066 miles ................. $18,900 X1946 2013 (:hew Impala White, 20,838 miles .................. S17,900 X1942 2013 Chew Impala LT Black, 15,252 miles ............... S19,900 G5012A 2013 GMC Acadia Back, 22.845 miles ................... $43,900 X2021 2014 Chew Impala Gold, 9,073 miles .................... $26,900 PICKUPS and SUMs C4039B 1982 Chevy C30 White, 15,206 miles ..................... S5,900 C4066B 1982 Chew C30 White. 46,061 miles ..................... 55,900 C4066C 1997 Che W K3500 White, 123,240 miles ................. S 10,900 G4056A 1999 $ilvemde tS00 Gray. 143,567 miles ................. S6,900 G5008B 2000 6MC Yukoa 1500 Maroon, 168.771 mites ............. $5,900 X2023 21)1)1 Ford 1:150 Red, 168,000 miles ...................... $8,900 G3104B 21)1}4 Silerade 1500 Red. 142,425 miles ................ $7,000 G3114B 2004 Silerado 2500HD Red, 120,204 miles ............... S]9,900 G4038A 2005 GMC Saveaa 3500 Gold, 106.875 miles .............. $9,900 C4072B 2005 OMC Sierra 1500 Black. 167,990 miles .............. 511,900 G3092A 2005 GMC Sierra 2500HD Black, 71,559 miles ............. $32,900 C4017B 2007 Silvemdo 1500 Brown, 94,499 miles ............... S 18,900 G4076A 2007 Silverado 2500HD Silver, 100,214 miles ............ $23,900 X2004A 2007 Che W Tahoe Goldmist. 116,488 miles...- ............ 519,900 G4048A 2007 GMC Sierra 1500 Mocha. 63,200 miles ............. $23,900 C4065B 2007 GMC Yukon 1500 White. 68,0t0 miles ............. 528,900 G5003B 2007 GMC Yukon 1500 XL Black, 96,450 miles ............ $2 i ,900 C4052A 21)08 Silverado 1500 White 122.000 miles .............. 517,900 C4095A 2008 $ilvemdo IS00 White. 120.013 miles ............... .$11,900 AGRICULTURAL DRAIN TILING Surface and subsurface water problems? i If You (an't Find What You're Looking For... ll,J 1 I WE'LL FIND IT FOR YOU!' @,3u,,=K I GiMC. 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S  9,9}0 G4073A 2010 GMC Sierra 2500HD White, 43,085 miles ............ $33fl00 C3033B 2011 Chew Avalanche Silver, 65,186 miles ............... %t7,900 C4087A 2011 Silverado 1500 White, 49,000 miles ................ $2 S900 C4084A 20t 1 Chew Suburban 1S00 Mocha, 78,000 miles .......... $35,900 G5009A 201 ! OMC Sierra 3500 White, 37,413 miles ............... $3] 90 G5011A 2011 GMC Yukon 1500 White, 66,692 miles ............... $38 90 C3049A 2012 Chew Avalanche White Diamond, 23.889 miles ....... $47,903 C4086A 20] 2 Silverodo ] 500 White Diamond, 32,701 miles ......... 53,900 G4090A 2012 GMC Sierra 1500 Fire Red, 33,750 miles ............ 535fi'00 G4075A 2012 GMC Sierra 1500 White Diamond, 39,000 miles ....... $38,0 GS013A 2012 GMC Sierra 2500HD Black. 53,167 miles ............. $4,9(}{} X1969A 2012 GMC Yukon 1500 Silver, 54,287 miles ............... 535,900 C4098A 2013 Che W Avalanche Green, 9.257 miles ................ $4,1,700 C5008C 2013 Silverado 1500 White, 14.08t miles ................. 5?4900 X1961 2013 GMC Yukon XL Red, 12,528 miles .................. $449@ C4116 2014 $ilverado 1500 0 miles ......................... $53 60 X2020 2014 Chew Tahoe White, 20,580 miles .................. $44,900 G4089A 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 Bronze, 31,243 miles .............. 5393 PETE SONDELAND 360-0631 AMANDA HANSON 360-4225 LOREN GULLICKSON 33195 BILL LYKKEN 520-73 Don't miss an issue 284-6333 wcpress @ polarcom m.com P.O. 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