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JULY 3, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 3 Walsh County Spotlight   The merchants below are proud to announce: . , W00IRuN PUNt DRAISER], PARX RIVER The annual PR 5K will be held Saturday, July 7, 2012. Proceeds to help fund the new playground equipment for the "Little Park" Registration 7- 7:30 AM Run/Walk begins at 8 AM BECOME A SPOTLIGHT SPONSOR $20.00 A MONTH! CALL THE PRESS 284-6333 TODAY/ rALSH COUNTY .ESS Park River PO Box 49 284-6333 l ,C., J-- Park River .se, m iPan 301 County Road 12B . k.$ oacty- '  l " "  284-7115 Park River ry/ o#llmplement l AUTO PARTS --" 20000-6316 1 l Michigan ~ 259-2112 /B/FIRST UNITED Adams ~ 944-2231 Bank&lnsurance ~ I Grafton 352-3668 -  Park River 284-7221 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! ITD . Systems Administrator. .Mut#pleopeang Admin, Support & Troubleshoot Benef's include:  Paid Heal Car Pension Plan, Sick & Holiday Pay & Flexibte Work Schedule. Contact us at w,dqN.nd.gov/ITD/ o 701.328.1004 or  1.800.366.6888  IBrApts . i) Park Court Apts- Park River // '  All utilities paid **Income Based** / Private Entrance with NO STEPS i' I |i NOW AVAILABLE!)" I !\\; 00Call Vicki 701-331-3826 \\;1 L.I :\\;)''" ." 701-352-2275 ,j00-k II  / / Profeionally Managed by  Ill i # Prairie Homes Management  00III I / J . 1-888-893-9501 A  Ill IPI.J/1 /* "- EHO  - \\;\B To me the 4th of July means "picnic time". Something on ice in a cooler to take along like some pop (now I didn't say beer, you can get along and have a good time without that) Your favorite bag of chips, some sandwiches, a candy bar or two, make it simple. These sandwiches would be good. Ham Sandwiches Butter 8 buns. Put a slice of ham on each. Spread lightly with mustard (or a pickle) over that spread with Cheese Whiz (or a slice of cheese). Wrap tightly in wax paper and put into zip-lock bags. Make up some chicken buns the same way. Salmon with a bit of onion is great. Maybe you like tuna better, whatever. These sandwiches can be made the day of or the evening before, keep in your refrigerator all ready to slap in your cooler with ice to keep them fresh. I know you can think of a dozen more things from watermelon to muskmelon in another cooler-Have a good time. Until next time "Dell" Irrigation tour to go through Walsh, Pembina counttes BISMARCK, N.D. -- The North Dakota Water Education Foundation is hosting the Innovations in litigation tour on Wednesday, July 18. In northeastern North Dakota, where it is much more common to hear about flooding than dry conditions, one wouldn't think irrigation would be necessary. However, the bench land areas and sandy soil left by glacial Lake Agassiz typically become dry during the hot days of July and August. Creative growers in the region began to implement innovative ways to capture water that is "in the wrong place at the wrong time" and store it so it can later be put to beneficial use. The first stop will be a tour and lunch at the Forest River Hutterite Community, and the afternoon stops include several examples of cutting-edge irrigation practices in Walsh and Pembina counties. The public is invited to attend the tour, which costs $20 per person, and includes transportation, informational materials, meals, refreshments and a one-year subscription to the North Dakota Water magazine. This tour begins and ends in Grand Forks. In addition to the Irrigation tour, the Foundation is also hosting the Managing the Mighty Mouse tour on Aug. 2 (departing from Minot), the Sites Along the Sheyenne tour on Aug. 15 (departing from Valley City) and the Devils Lake: Infrastructure Inundation and Protection tour on Sept. 6 (departing from Devils Lake). The 2012 tour sponsors include: Ackerman-Estvold Engineering, AE2S, Bait Engineering, Bartlett & West Engineers, Inc., Garrison Diversion Conservancy District, Houston Engineering, Image Printing, Montgomery Watson, North Dakota Game and Fish Department, North Dakota State Water Commission, North Dakota Water Resource Districts Association, North Dakota Water Users Association, and Southwest Water Authority. Other contributors are Black and Veatch, Devils Lake Basin Joint Water Resource Board, Moore Engineering and the North Dakota Rural Water Systems Association. For more information or. to register contact the North DaEdta Water Education Foundation at 701-223-8332, or e-mail ndwater@btinet.net. lLibndked to lbo, oalL lallo accepts orthopedic oncolog T posttton PHOENIX -- Jennifer Jallo, of Phoenix, AZ was one of 55 candidates to receive a Masters Degree in Physician Assistant Studies from the University of North Dakota's School of Medicine & Health Sciences at graduation exercises on Saturday, May 12, 2012. She was a member of the Thirty-eighth class to graduate from the University of North Dakota Physician Assistant Program. To date, over 1600 individuals have completed the program. The Physician Assistant Prograna is located in the Department of Family and Community Medicine in the School of Medicine & Health Sciences at the University of North Dakota. It is accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant. Over the course of the program, students rotate between the classroom on the UND Campus in Grand Forks and the physician's practice in the students' home community. Ms. Jallo's preceptorship was completed with Dr. Bernadette Amecke in Internal Medicine and Dr. Ronald Serbin in Pediatrics in Phoenix, AZ. Physician Assistants are health professionals who practice medicine with physician guidance and supervision. PA's assess the health status of individuals of all ages, obtaining a database, which includes a medical history, physical examination, and appropriate diagnostic tests. This information is compiled in a problem oriented medical record. In addition, PA's, in collaboration with their supervising physicians, are prepared to implement, supervise, and evaluate therapeutic protocols for the management of common acute symptoms, chronic stable conditions, and to provide appropriate emergency care services. Program graduates also provide patient and community education to aid in promoting, maintaining and/or improving health status, and preventing disease. Jallo will be employed by Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, AZ and Dr. Christopher Beauchamp will be her supervising physician. She will be specializing in orthopedic oncology and dividing her time between the clinic and the operating room. Ms. Jallo is a licensed Physician Assistant by the Arizona Regulatory Board of Physician Assistants and is nationally certified by the National Commission on the Certification of Physician Assistants. Jennifer Jallo is the daughter of Sanford and Mayvis Jallo of Park River, ND and she currently resides in Phoenix, AZ. AGGIES FROM PAGE 1 continuing until after the dinner. Dinner tickets are $15 in ad- vance and are available at Out To Lunch Cafr, First United Bank and Ye Old Medicine Center. Tickets at the door will be $20 ...... . The Aggie Alumni Association provides financial support to the Park River School system through the sale of $100 personalized bricks that are displayed in the commons area outside the high school gym. Among a number of items pur- chased was half the cost and in- stallation of an updated sound sys- tem in the high school gym, the Alumni Room and the historical marker formed from bricks and fas- cia from the original Walsh County Agricultural School. The monu- ment is located on the east side of the school. I I Do you want your news noticed? Do you or your group have a story to tell? We're here to help. Contact The Press: (701)284-6333 I U00li/00 IDO YOU HAVE YOUR FLOAT REAI)Y',? ' I ' ' ' Forest River Quasqulcentennlal Parade WHY? . . To obtain public input that will assist North Dakota I Friday. July 13th at 1.00 PM in develophg a long range statewide plan for l   . surface traasportation. The plan will work in I toe t b nreqt River Rein t nnn collaboration with all levels of government, the I '"V" " .v.,u..u.,,. .v....,  ,uv.. public and private sectors to project future I (' 11 r ' /1 A/3 t[1 I Lall t00rlan/Ul-Zqh-3LOl transportation needs I WHEN? I Wednesday, July 18 1-3 p.m. City Hall Basement Mtg. Room 504 Bdggs Ave Park River, ND 7-9 p.m. Howard Johnson 1210 N 43 Street Grand Forks, ND OPEN HOUSE CONDUCTED BY ND Department of Transportation (NDDOT) This meeting is designed to allow for public input which is required for compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act of 1970 and National Historic Preservation Act of 1966. Representatives from the NDDOT will be on hand to answer your questions and discuss your concerns. Please go to http:llwww.dot.nd.govlpubliclpublic- notice.htm for a listing of all the public input meetings concerning the long range statewide transportation plan. WRITTEN STATEMENTS or comments about this project must be mailed by August 17, 2012, to Jack Olson, NDDOT 608 E. Boulevard Avenue, Bismarck, ND 58505- 0700 Email: jolson@nd.gov Note "Public Input Meeting" in email subject heading. NDDOT will make every reasonable accommodation to provide an accessible meeting facility for all persons. Appropriate provisions for the hearing and visually challenged or persons with limited English proficiency (LEP) will be made if the Department is notified five days prior to the meeting date, if possible. To request language interpretation, an auxiliary aid or service (i.e., sign language interpreter, accessible parking, or materials in alternative format) contact Jack Olson, Planning and Programming Division, at 701-328-1029. TTY users may use Relay North Dakota 711 or 1-877-366-8600. Materials can be provided in alternative formats: large print, Braille, cassette tape, or on computer disk for people with disabilities or with limited English proficiency (LEP) by contacting Jack Olson, Planning and Programming Division, at 701-328-1213. TTY users may use Relay North Dakota 711 or 1-877-366-8600. I  hOtb zntual/lusical Production wlz#rq of UZ Ju ]y 5fla- July 29th Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7:30 pm and Sundays at 2:00 pm at Robert Fawcett Auditorium at Lake Region State College Reservation Information 701-662-8888 or ticket office at The Liquid Bean in Devils Lake Park River School Public Notice Park River Public Schools Demographics Long-Term Planning Report The Park River Public School Board has con- cluded the long-term planning process and has developed a report of their findings. This report is available upon request at the school office and is also posted at www.parkriver.k12.nd.us. ]D)on't hM[iss A\\;n Issue Start or r?new your ,,,, subsrtptton today! :,,'' ll C?unt-y = $34 "' miCs Out d Count T = $38 ;,,i Out-of-State : Szl P.O. Box J9t Park llLlver, ND Sff,-/o Cgedtt  axe not ao,tmpted. Your Hometown Paper in Lhe Heart