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COMMUNITY THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JULY 16,2014 Page 5 Walsh C00,unl y Sheriff's office honored for 50 years of partidpation in National Child Safety Council program GRAFTON, N.D. -- Tim Motherway of the National Child Safety Council is proud to pres- ent Sheriff Lauren Wild of the Walsh County Sheriff's Office with a plaque recognizing 50 years of participation in the National Child Safe- ty Council program. Through this program the Walsh County Sher- iff's Office has been able to provide numerous educational materials for children pre-school and older, as well as materials on drug and crime pre- vention, ID Theft, Intemet safety, and safety in- formation for our senior citizens. These mate- rials are designed exclusively by the National Child Safety Council, the largest and longest serv- I Through this program theWalsh County Sheriff's Of- fice has been able to provide numerous educational ma- terials for children pre-school and older,as well as ma- terials on drug and crime prevention, IDTheft, Internet safety, and safety information for our senior citizens." ing nonprofit organization dedicated to Child Safety in the nation. This recognizes 50 years of working with the business community of Walsh County in pro- viding the financial support to make this safe- ty program possible. The National Child Safety Council would like to thank the Walsh County Sheriff's Office and the concerned business community of Walsh County for 50 years of partnership and dedicated commitment to the safety of the children of Walsh County. First United Bank adds Park River farmer to board ofdirectors ....... ....... = L-'--5"--:"-:--" -'-'---'- 3 PARK RIVER, N.D. --The Board of Di- rectors of First United Bank is pleased to an- nounce the addition of a new Director, Craig Dahl of Park River, North Dakota who is a farmer in western Walsh County. Craig graduated from the University of North Dakota in 1980 with a Business degree, majoring in accounting. Upon graduation he earned his Certified Public Accountant (CPA) certificate and accepted a position with a firm in Fargo. In 1983 he moved to Park River and began farming which he continues to this day. He also worked as a self employed CPA con- centrating on farm and individual taxation. He was associated with the Wallace Rygh PC firm from 1984 through 2009. "With Craig's background in both agri- culture and accounting/taxation, we are pleased to have him as a valuable addition- al board member to our bank", stated Gary W. Paulson, Chairman of the Board. Craig is married to Michelle, and togeth- er they have five children and three grand- children, all of whom reside in North Dako- ta. First United Bank has total assets of$176 million and is headquartered in Park River, with five additional locations in Grafton, Adams, Michigan, Hoople and Crystal. In addition to Craig and Gary, the Board of Di- rectors includes Steve Rehovsky, Steve Cur- fie, Don Oppegard, Howard Ray, Terry Borgeson and Larry Houser. for rentals at any online search engine by typing in your destination city plus short-term apart- ment/house rentals (example "New York short- term apartments for rent"). 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And clubs Home Swapping: Another way to get free ac- charge membership fees of $65 to $80 per year. commodations when you travel is by swapping homes with someone who's interested in visit- ing the area where you live. To make a swap, you'll need to join an online home exchange serv- ice where you can list your home, and get access to thousands of other listings. Then you simply email the owners of houses or apartments you're interested in - or they email you - and you make arrangements. Most home exchange sites like, and intervac- charge membership fees ranging from $39 to $120. ,Send yo senior questions to.: Smey Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, "01(: 73070, Or visit Jim Miller is a con- tributor to the NBC Today show and author of "'The Savvy Sen- ior" book AGRICULTURAL DRAIN TILING Surface and subsurface water problems? Walsh County Gun Club rdeases resdts d ter seven weeks GRAFTON, N.D. -- The fol- lowing are the Walsh County Gun Club results after seventh week ending July 2, 2014. BROWNING LEAGUE Fordville Co op 57 PR Dental 40 Custom Ag 38 Kieley Elect 34 McKee Sales 21 Torkelson Farms 20 Top shooter after 175 targets Nic Beneda 168 Ron Line 166 Randy Hahn 163 Nic Beneda 163 Grant Skibicki 162 Ryan Hanson 161 Jeremy Bosh 161 Mike Forester 160 Shooting 25 straight Andy Gemmill, Jason McKee, Ryan Hanson, Nic Beneda x4, Matt Beneda x3, David Suda, Andrew Torkelson, Ron Line Shooting 50straight Rick Carlson, Ron Line Shooting 75 straight Grant Skibicki, Randy Hahn FEDERAL LEAGUE Magnus Forde 41 JRs 39 Vets 38 Polar 36 Blanchards 35 Simplot 31 Top shooter after 175 targets Brad Magnusson 172 Ron Hultin 171 Grant Skibicki 167 Greg Erovick 166 Gus Stephenson 166 Jerry Blanchard 165 Shooting 25 straight Jim Dusek, Nate Tallackson, Andrew Torkelson, Craig Mag- nusson, Grant Skibicki x2, Ron Hultin, Jerry Blanchard, Jeff Blan- chard x2, Gus Stephenson, Karl Blake, Tom McCann Shooting 50 straight Wade Thompson, Ashley Larson, FASTER SPEEDS. LOWER PRICES. He Mart 59 Olson Oil 54 Kilmer Construction 52 PR Legion 36 Welchs 36 Extra End 29 South Branch Bison 29 Top shooter after 175 targets John Forbes 173 Jim Enlow 172 Josh Thompson 169 Rock Desautel 167 Brad Magnusson 166 WD Suda 166 Jerry Blanchard 165 Shooting 25 straight Gary Hove, Doug Hove x3, AI Thompson x2, Josh Lien, Mark O1- son x2, Brad Magnusson x2, Rock Desautel, Chris Midgarden, Aaron Melland x2, Sam Midgarden x2, Jim Enlow, Ashley Larson, WD Suda, Mike Stellon Shooting 50 straight Jim Enlow x2, Rock Desautel x2 Shooting 75 straight Josh Thompson Shooting 125 straight John Forbes WINCHESTER LEAGUE Centrol 64 Thompson Spuds 52 Thompson Truckers 52 Tallackson Farms 43 Torkelson Clippers 38 Jims Super Valu 32 Bremer Bank 28 Top shooters after 175 targets John Forbes 173 Doug Thompson 172 Bill Thompson 172 WD Suda 171 Run Hultin 171 Brad Magnusson 170 Dan Schindele 170 Rod Howatt 170 JeffDahlen 170 Shooting 25 straight Dan Schindele x2, Brad Mag- nusson x2, Jamie Bennington x2, Greg Erovick, Ken Fisher Andy Thompson, Doug Thompson Shooting 75 straight . x3, Tom Thompson, Judy Lee x2, Ron Iifffi: .... 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Doug Vosper, Bud Symington, Josh Brad Magnusson Thompson, Ron Hultin x2, Marlin REMINGTON LEAGUE Torkelson, Ken Fischer, JeffTorkel- son, Jerry Blanchard x3, Randy Hahn, Jeff Dahlen, Rod Howatt Shooting 50 straight Wade Thompson, Nate Tallack- son, Scott Hills, Dan Schindele, Rod Howatt, Jeff Dahlen, Bill Thomp- son, Ron Hultin Shooting 100 straight Billy Thompson, WD Suda Shooting 125 straight Doug Thompson, John Forbes With speeds 3 to 10 times faster and up to 3 times lower in price, Polar broadband Internet is the right choice for you!* BUSINESS RATES Up to 10 Mb - $59.95/month Up to 30 Mb - $6995/month Up to 50 Mb - $79.95/month Up to 100 Mb - $104.951month Up to 200 M b - $154.95/month RESI DENTIAL RATES Up to 10 Mb - $44.c)5/month Up to 30 MB - $54.95/month Up to 50 Mb - $64.95/month Up to 100 Mb - $89.95/month Up to 200 Mb - $139.95/month No matter which speed you choose, you get all these benefits: Free email spam filter & email virus protection Up to 5 email accounts Free webmail Monthly Enewsletter 5Mb of space for a personal website 24/7/365 technical support 888.700.7652 CALL TODAY TO UPGRADE YOUR SPEED! \\; \\; 701.284.7221 800.284.7222 *Speeds higher and prices lower that previous Polar broadband services. 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