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PAGE 8 THE PRESS JULY 2., 7.014 Photo: Submitted Above: Inkster teacher Kelli Slominski toured the Coal Creek Station, the Falkirk Mine and the Great Plains Synfuels Plant. Area teachers attend Lignite Energy Council Teachers Seminar BISMARCK, N.D. -- More than 120 elementary and secondary teachers experienced a role rever- sal in June, as they became the stu- dents at an educational seminar conducted by the Lignite Energy Council. The seminar, held June 16 - 19 at the National Energy Center of Excellence on the Bismarck State College campus (ND), in- cluded educators from Minnesota, Montana, South Dakota, Iowa, Wyoming and North Dakota. The seminar, titled "2014 Lignite Education Seminar: Energy, Eco- nomics and Environment," pro- vided teachers with the information and educational materials they need to teach their students how lignite is mined and used to produce energy for homes, farms and businesses in the Upper Midwest. The seminar covered lignite&apos;s economic impact on the region, as well as important environmental issues affecting the lignite industry. North Dakota's lignite industry supplies low cost, affordable elec- tricity to 2 million customers in the Upper Midwest. In North Dakota, about 80 percent of the electricity co.n. ,fr0m the slte's power pla!3ts and residential electric rates in the state are the lowest in the nation. The lignite industry also provides jobs to 4,000 employees who work at the mines and plants and anoth- er 13,000 indirect jobs. As part of the seminar, the teach- ers toured the Center Mine, Milton R. Young Station, Falkirk Mine, Coal Creek Station, the Freedom Mine, Antelope Valley Station, and the Great Plains Synfuels Plant. Teachers who attended the sem- inar and completed a lesson plan could choose from three North Dakota universities from which to receive their graduate credits: Uni- versity of North Dakota, North Dakota State University & Minot State University. Over the years, the Lignite En- ergy Council's Teacher Seminar has received two prestigious awards. It was the 2012 winner of the In- terstate Mining Compact Com- mission's mineral education award in the public outreach category. In 2007, the Lignite Energy Council's Teacher Seminar was recognized by the American Coal Council for "excellence in the advancement of energy education." Since 1986, more than 3,000 teacher haye ,attended the Lignite Energy Council's teacher education seminar. Fifth annual Harvey McMullen Open Golf Tournament scheduled for July 11 MAYVILLE, N.D. -- The fifth annual Harvey McMullen Open Golf Tournament is scheduled for Friday, July 11, 2014 at the Mayville Golf Course. The 4-per- son scramble is open to all men and women. Registration is at l 1:00 a.m. Tee time is at noon. Dinner will be served, and awards and prizes will be presented, be- ginning at 5:30 p.m. The Harvey McMullen Open Golf Tournament is sponsored by the Mayville State University Comet Athletic Club. Formerly known as the North Valley (Hoople)-Comet Connection, the annual golfing event was re-named in honor of one of its founders, Harvey McMullen of Mayville, N.D. Harvey McMullen, a native ofHoople, N.D., and Jerome Berg, both Mayville State University icons and steadfast supporters of the school established the North Valley (Hoople)-Comet Connec- tion Golf Tournament in the ear- ly 1990s. The purpose in starting the event remains the same today as it was then: to raise scholarship funds for Mayville State student athletes while having fun with friends from near and far. Over the years, the event has been held at Mayville and at northern Red River Valley golf courses. Dr. Harvey McMullen began his 27-year career at Mayville State in 1961 as the dean of men, as well as a teacher and coach. Over the years, he served as dean of men, dean of students, and Student Senate advisor. He taught psychology courses, supervised student teachers, and held the rank of professor of education. McMullen served as an assistant coach in football, basketball, and baseball. He has been an out- standing ambassador for Mayville State, recruiting and helping to re- tain countless numbers of stu- dents. Mayville State bestowed Dr. McMullen with the title Emeritus Dean of Men, and he was honored with the Mayville State Universi- ty Distinguished Alumni Award in 2007. Registration fee for the Harvey McMullen Open is $60.00 per player. Cart is purchased sepa- rately. A $5.00 trail fee is charged for those who bring their own carts. Registration deadline is Mon- day, July 7. Proceeds go to Mayville State's general athletic scholarship fund. The registration form is available at www.mayvillestate.edu/mc- mullenopen. For more information, contact Mike Moore at 701-788-4706 or go to www.mayvillestate.edu/ mcmullenopen. Icelandic State Park and the Pembina County Historical Society successful in purchasing rare Gunlogson coupe ltYITT/" lt'nl"iar lr f'r'v CAVALIER, N.D. -- Icelandic State Park and the Pembina County Historical Society were suc- cessful in their effort to purchase a 1925 Case Model X Suburban Coupe originally belonging to G.B Gunlogson and bring it back to North Dakota. The 1925 Case Model X Suburban Coupe is an important link to Icelandic State Park and the Historical Society who benefitted greatly from the Gunlogson family's generosity. It is also fit- ting the vehicle return to the Cavalier area as Ice- landic State Park celebrates its 50th Anniversary. The vehicle was recently purchased at an auc- tion in Hampstead, Maryland and is in the process of being shipped to North Dakota. Hopes are the vehicle will be on display when Icelandic State Park celebrates its anniversary on Sunday, July 20. "It always amazes me when people or or- ganizations get together for a common goal, what can be accomplished," says Icelandic State Park Manager Justin Robinson. "Even though Icelandic State Park was involved, this was all made possible through private donations. It is a success story and fitting link of the settlement sto- ry em and the relationship we have between our casions at Icelandic State Park and the museum. organizations." The rare coupe is one of only t 39 Model X Gunlogson grew up near Akra on the family C ....... nl kno xi "" S b homestead which has been preserved as an in- ase cars OUllt ana me o y wn e sung u ..... ........ " " n dis tegral part of Icelandic State Park and placed on uroan troupe. J ne car win oe nousea anu o - . ........... -ltae NatmnaMteger ot Hlstonc Places Liun -play-to thepublic at:the PeffiNnra-diZrir]lNZ" : . . . '_ ..... _ - torical Museum and will be used for special oc logson is the donor ot the land where both Ice- landic State Park and the Pembina County His- torical Museum grounds are located. He also gen- erously contributed to several organizations and institutions in the county. Information on Icelandic State Park.can be found online at www.parkrec.nd.gov. , ' ,, = i (: - ' "- If you're worried that you'll need your card in an emergency situation in order to get care, you should know that emergency personnel cannot refuse you care until you show an insurance card. Although you'll need to come up with billing infor- marion before leaving a hospital, that does- n't mean you won't receive care. Lost or Stolen Cards If your Medicare card does happen to get lost or stolen, you can replace it by calling Social Security at 800-772-1213. You can also apply for a new card online at ssa.gov/medicarecard or go to your local So- cial Security office. If your Medicare card has been lost or stolen, you will need to watch out for Medicare fraud. You can do this by check- ing your quarterly Medicare summary no- rices for services or supplies you did not re- ceive. If you spot anything suspicious or wrong, call the Inspector General's fraud hotline at 800-447-8477. If you need help identifying Medicare fraud, contact your state Senior Medicare Patrol program. See smpresource.org or call 877-808-2468 for contact information. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit SavvySeniororg. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of "'The Savvy Senior" book Notice to Creditors James F Summer Public ....Notices VAI,LF]Y-EDINBIIR(; PI,BLI( ' S(?ItOOI, I)ISTRI('I" LONf;-.TEItM I}EMO(RAPItI('S PI.AN NI)C(" 15 1-07-26 We, the School Board and superhltendent/business manager of Ihc \\;'allc?-I dmbt',rg Public School District have completed the data galhering that v,ts ulli ned in N Dr( 15 1-07-':6 and held a public thrum to re'ccivc input in !he planning pEocc-<, t hi', plan is available upon request at the high school office in k'dinburg. , - i ~ Si,anature oiSSchool DistQct Supt, Busiliess Mauager 5;[gnatute  lWt  I toard t'-c,idem Dated lhis 16  day ol'.!une, 2014 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF WALSH COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of James F Sommer, Deceased Case No. 50-2014-PR-00027 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed personal representative of the above estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within three (3) months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Jeanine Jelinek, Personal Representative of the estate, at c/o Tracy L. Laaveg, PO Box 127, Park River, ND 58270 or filed with the court. Dated this 11 day of June, 2014. JEANINE JELINEK Personal Representative Tracy L. Laaveg, PC Attorney ID #5839 102 4th St. W. PO Box 127 Park River, ND 58270 service @ laaveglaw.com Telephone: (701) 284-6300 Facsimile: (701) 284-6306 Attorney for the Petitioner (June 18, 25, and July 2, 2014) ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Park River Water To,,ver Replacement, High Servi,'e Pump Improvements, and Transmission 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- gallon spheroid single pedestal water tower, including the design and installation of the foundation system; water tower appurtenances, antifreeze equipment, water tower logo, control room; all site work including concrete pipe pit, concrete floor, landscaping, site restoration, seeding, and gravel access road; furnishing and installing a new electrical system, including wiring and equipment for power supply, anti-freeze system, tower lighting, unit heaters, controls, communications, electrical service and tower appurtenances. Work also consists of the demolition and removal of the existing 50,000 gallon water tower and water tower appurtenances. Contract No. 2 - High Service Pump Improvements: Work generally consists of demolition and replacement of pipe insulation, demolition and relocation of high service pump discharge piping; installation of new discharge piping; removal and relocation of existing pressure transducer and magnetic flow meter and associated electrical work; and removal of two high service pumps and installation of two new pump bowl assemblies. Contract No. 3 - Transmission Main Improvements: Work generally consists of water main replacement, hydrant and valve replacement, curb and gutter removal and replacement, and aggregate backfill Water main improvements and related items consist of the following approximate quantities: Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Implementation and Maintenance, 1 LS Temporary Water Service, 693 CY Pavement Mill and Stockpile, 3,000 CY Class 5 Aggregate, 1,088 LF of Concrete Curb and Gutter Removal and Replacement, 186 LF of 6- inch PVC Water Main, 37 LF of 8-inch PVC Water Main, 62 LF of 8-inch PVC Cased Bore Water Main, 205 LF of 8-inch PVC Non-cased Bore Water Main, 4,450 LF of 10-inch PVC Water Main, 65 LFoI 10-inch PVC Cased Bore Water Main, 502 LF of 10-inch PVC Non-cased Bore Water Main, 14 EA Install Fire Hydrant, 16 EA 6-inch Gate Valves, 4 EA 8-inch Gate valves, 16 EA 10-inch Gate valves, and other related work items. Work also includes demolition at the existing water tower site including fence removal, pipe abandonment, landscaping and restoration. All bids shall be contained in a sealed envelope plainly marked showing that such envelope contains a Bid for the Project. Also refer to Section 00100 for preparation of bid information. Attached to the outside of the bid envelope must be a separate envelope containing a list of all addenda to the plans and specifications and an acknowledgment by the bidder of receipt of such addenda. The separate envelope shall also contain a bidder's bond in the amount of 5% of the full amount of bid executed by the bidder as principal and by a surety, conditioned that if the principal's bid is accepted and the contract awarded to the principal, the principal, within 10 days after notice of award shall execute a contract in accordance with the terms of the bid and a contractor's bond as required by law and the regulations and determinations of the governing body. Countersignature of a bid bond is not required under this section. All bidders must be licensed for the full amount of the bid as required by Section 47-07-05. A copy of the Contractor's License or Certificate of Renewal thereof, issued by the Secretary of State, must be enclosed in the bid bond envelope as required under Section 47-07-12. 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 interest. 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 - Water Tower Replacement shall be COMPLETE no later than the following: a) Substantial Completion: July 15, 2015 a) Final Completion: August 15, 2015 The Work of the Contract No. 2 - High Service Pump Improvements shall be COMPLETE no later than the following: a) Substantial Completion: January 31,2015 b) Final Completion: February 28, 2015 The Work of the Contract No. 3 - Transmission Main Improvements shall be COMPLETE no later than the following: a) Substantial Completion: October 31, 2014 c) Final Completion: November 28, 2014 All Work shall be done in accordance with the Bidding Documents on file in the Office the City of Watford City. Complete digital project bidding documents are available at www.AE2S.com or www.questcdn.com. You may download the digital plan documents for Fifty Dollars ($5000) by inputting Quest project #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 and working with this digital project information. Copies of the Plans and Specifications and other Bidding and Contract Documents may be obtained from Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc. (AE2S), 3101 S. Frontage Rd, Moorhead MN, 56560 for a NON-REFuNDABLE charge of Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($25000) for each paper set of documents requested or One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) for each CD. Copies of the Bidding Documents may be seen and examined at the offices of the Engineer, AE2S, the office of the City of Park River, and at Builders Exchanges in Williston, Bismarck, Minot, Grand Forks, Fargo, and Minneapolis. All bidding document interpretations and clarifications should be directed to the office of AE2S at (701) 746-8087. All Bidders are invited to be present at the public opening of the Bids. Dated this 25th day of June, 2014 By: /s/Dan Stenvold, Mayor City of Park River, ND (June 18, 25, and July 2, 2014)