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SINGLE COPY $1.00 VOL. 133 ISSUE I PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 2015 Nothing says America quite like Park River on the Fourth of July. The streets were lined with young and old alike wailing to take in the Fourth of July parade. Top: This bunch was especially en- thusiastic about the candy they were able to collect from each passing float. Bottom Left: Wearing red, white, and blue for the parade in Park River, Hazel Guajardo found herself looking up to everything in the parade. Bottom Right: Brotherly Love: Law- son (left) and Hudson Sobolik were all decked out for the Fourth of July. r, Photos: Lany BISMARCK, N.D. -- The lic hfinting in 51 counties. The North Dakota Game and Fish De- department does not own or man- partment recently paid more than age any land in Traill or Renville $533,500 in taxes to counties in counties. which the department owns or Following is a list of area leases land. The 2014 in-lieu-of- counties and the tax payments tax payments are the same as they received. property taxes paid by privateCavalier $25,864.62 landowners. Pembina $14,958.35 The Game and Fish Depart- Grand Forks $16,222.00 ment manages more than 200,000Nelson $5,548.76 acres for wildlife habitat and pub- Walsh $10,667.85 PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The products that are fresh, nutritious in our fifth year!" Park River Firemen (Aug. 6) Park River Farmers Market will and convenient. For schedule updates and a list Sunshine Daycare Center open for their fifth season Thurs- "We're excited that the market of vendors, visit the market's (Aug. 13) day, July 9 and run every Thurs- is in its fifth year and has been Facebook page at www.face Park River Federated Church day from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at the Lit- strongly supported by our com- book.com/Park RiverFarmers (Aug. 20) tie Park in Park River through Au- munity," said market co-manager Market. If your group interested in gust 27. Britt Jacobson. "The farmers mar- Returning to the market again serving a meal during the Farmers Last year the Park River market ket continues to be a great oppor- this year will be meals hosted by Market please contact Karl at the saw 18 different vendors selling tunity to supply local foods and en- various local organizations as Extension Office. produce, baked goods and home- hance community spirit. For four fundraisers. There are still open For more information on be- made wares. Market organizers years this market has been a pow- dates for fundraising opportunities coming involved in the Park Riv- hope the market will attract even erful conduit for robust community but look to support these local or- er's Farmers Market or for a ven- more vendors with locally grown fellowship which has been the ganizations on the following dates: dor application contact the Walsh or made goods and provide resi- outstanding piece of this venture. Good Samaritan Center (July County Extension office at 284- dents and commuters alike with I'm anticipating more of the same 30) 6624. See page 2 boys take I.angdon See page 6 "As the ultimate icon of America's storied histor the Stars and Stripes represents the very best of thus nation" Joe Barton pRgets Eanada on! See page 5 American in Pad(River See page I 0