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JULY 18, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 7 Polar, May-Port CG's Patriot Vision featured in national publication PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Patriot Vision, a cable channel run by May-Port CG students through Polar Cablevision, has been featured in the National Telecommunications Cooperative Association (NTCA) Exchange Magazine June/July 2012 issue. "File Exchange is a bi-monthly newsletter that fi:atures m'ticles on NTCA member companies, industry issues, and the latest news in telecommunications. "This group has worked very hard and delivers a quality product, "said David Dunning, General Manager and CEO of Polar Communications. "We are proud of their accomplishment and happy to see them recognized by NTCA." Polar Communications assisted Patriot Vision in getting off the ground in 2009, airing the channel in Mayville and Portland on Polar Cablevision Channel 8. Since the launch of the channel, the May-Port CG Multimedia Class that operates Patriot Vision has featured daily announcements, lunch inenus, school inlbrination, special events, concerts, sporting events, and even produces its own show titled "F.A.RR" or Friday Afternoon Previously Recorded. F.A.RR is produced by the Multi-media class and has a premier showing every other Friday to the Jr. High and High School students at May-Port CG. "Going into a new school year, we will have a whole new group of students in our Multimedia class which will ensure a fresh approach on the content of Patriot Vision," said David Torgerson, May-Port CG Technology Coordinator that oversees the Multi- media class that produces Patriot Vision. "After having the program a year, the students of MPCG have seen the possibilities of their creativity with the channel. It is exciting!" Patriot Vision can be seen on Polar Cablevision channel 8 in Mayville and Portland. AARP seeks entrants for essay contest BISMARCK, N.D.-- In cele- bration of the importance of grand- parents to North Dakota families, AARP North Dakota is once again sponsoring a "Why I Love My Grandparents" essay contest. The free contest is open to Nomh Dakota students ages 6-18 in pub- lic or private schools, elementary to high school. Deadline for submis- sion of essays is Aug. 17. "Grandparents are a pillar of emotional, spiritual and financial support to the contemporary fam- ily," said Janis Cheney, AARP North Dakota's State Director. "By sponsoring this essay contest, we hope to reinforce and celebrate the role grandparents play in our lives." One overall winner will receive a $500 grand prize at a ceremony in conjunction with Grandparents Day on Sept. 9. Second and third place overall winners will receive awards of $250 and $100. Essays can be written about a grandparent or grandparents, liv- ing or deceased. Essays nmst be written in English and be typed or legibly handwritten. Essays should not exceed 300 words tbr elemen- tary students (ages 6-10); 500 words tbr middle school students (ages 11-14); 750 words tbr high school students (ages 15-18). Essays will be judged primarily on content and creativity, but also on grammai, punctuation, spelling, and penmanship. Include your name, date of birth, mail address, e-mail address, and phone number with your entry. Mail entries to AARP North Dakota, Attn: Grandparents Day Essay Contest, 107 W. Main Ave., Suite 125, Bismarck, ND 58501. Complete contest rules can be' found at NORI"II DAKOTA STAI"E UNIVERSITY "A" Honor Roll: Seniors Brandon Kartes Bill Klose Ashley MacDonald Sadie Sondeland Juniors Kadee Gullickson Karl Olson Ashley Reilly Sophomores Morgan Ellingson Courtney Estad Hayley Fingarson Fourth quarter honor roll Kristian Myrdal Abbie Sondeland Freshman Alex lverson Rebecca Klose "B" Honor Roll: Seniors Chelsie Anderson Brianna Braathen Andrew Evenson Kilen Flanagan Christina Gullickson Jennivene Hinkel Jacob Hohn Alex Holt Ryan Iverson Blake Laxdal Abby Niemann Rachel Shephard Judd Skyrud Juniors Haley Braathen Brooke Brandvold Karisa Eddington Laura Hinkel Zak Kringstad Austin Markel Shayna Phelps Josh Ulvog Sophomores Selena Hobbs Kristan Lorenzen Sarah Olson Aaron Sondeland Freshman Alexandra Braathen Kristy Estad Jackalyn McCollum Eli Olson GRAFTON HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM Benefits Fair: 8:30 - 5:00 Bring your Separation Papers Job Fair: 11:00- 2:00 Bring your Resume Detailed Service Presentations: lO:O0 - Job Service; 10:45 - Small Business Admin; 11:30 - University of Phoenix; 12:30 - Salvation Army Supportive Services Veterans Families (SSVF); 1:15 - Veterans Upwards Bounds Over 30 organizations will provide information to Armed Forces members and their families, veterans and their families, widows and friends of veterans. Education, Careet. Transportation, State Programs, VA Eligibility, Small Busine, Mobile Vet Center & many more Checklist to apply for benefits: Service-Connected Disability Claim: Discharge does, prcxffofinjury/illness, diagnosis, For more information call spouse/dependent info, dired deposit info, medical evidence Apply for VA Heaithcare: Discharge does, financials: recent tax statements, previous 352-5030 calendar years medical cxpenst I Remember this mascot? Above: The Whitman Weasel makes an appearance at the Whitman Centennial parade. Local students among NDSU spring graduates FARGO, N.D .. .............. A number of area students were among the 1,502 students to graduate fioin North Dakota State University in spring 2012. Area students, hometowns, de- grees, and majors include: Joshua Howard Forsgren of Adams, N.D., Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Civil Engi- neering Austen Leo Dicken of Drayton, N.D., Bachelor of Science, Com- puter Science Riley Christopher Dalbey of Fordville, N.D., Bachek)r of Sci- ence, Accounting From Graflon, N.I). *Michael Robert Bartunek, Bachelor of Music, Music; Karmen Marie Kirkeby, Bachelor of Science, Agricultural Econoinics; and Lindsay Rue McMillan, Baclaelor of Science, Agricultural Econom- ics *Hannah Marie Ritteman from Lakota, N.D., Bachelor of Science, Psychology From Lawton, N.D. Michelle Therese Lure, Bachelor of Univer- sity Studies, University Studies; and Rachel Marie Zahradka, Bachelor of Science, Management Jacob Keith Zikmund from Minto, N.D., Master of Architec- ture, Architecture *Christopher Russell Midgar- den from Park Rivet; N.D., Bach- elor of Science, Human Developinent and Family Sci. An asterisk indicates students who graduated with honors. NDSU is recognized as one of the nation's top 108 public and pri- vate universities by the Carnegie Cominission on Higher Education. stop provides the only fully automated and guaranteed computer protection service designed to keep the computer safe for the entire family, ontrols allow you to monitor, filter and manage online me. Sign up for SecurelT Plus before July 31 and get the first 3 months FREE! [I [I NorthSCAN Stat(.-avide Classifieds Your classified ad will appear ' In all 90 North Dakota dally and weekly newspapers for only Call your newspaper or 1-866-685-8889 for details m HELP WANTED NORTH DAKOTA FARMERS UNION seeking professional, en- ergetic, resourceful, self-starting candidates for full-time Member Relations Specialists across North Dakota. Work directly with mem- bers, officers, insurance agents and affiliated cooperatives. Posi- tion specializes in organizational development, emphasizing mem- ber recruitment, engagement and support. Regional area with occa- sional statewide coverage. BA/BS degree and strong skills in oral, written and interpersonal commu- nications with public speaking abil- ity. Competitive salary and bene- fits, on-the-job training and opportunities for growth. For more info go to opportunities.php WILTON FARMERS UNION Ele- vator Co. has a full-time position available in the grain elevator. Competitive wages plus full bene- fits package. Send resume to: Wilton Farmers Union Elevator Co., PO Box 188, Wilton, ND 58579 or stop by office to pick up application. Any questions call Brian (701) 734-6780. CCMH IN LANGDON, ND is seek- ing a full time Director of Elec- tronic Medical Records (EMR) person to work in its hospital EMR department. Qualified candidates must possess a Bachelors degree in Health Information Manage- ment, EMR Technician Certifica- tion or 3 years management ex- perience in a healthcare facility EMR department. Closing date is July 20th. Contact Leilani, at (701) 256-6127. CAVALIER COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL in Langdon, ND seeks an experienced Director of Nurs- ing RN to provide leadership and management to our Critical Ac- cess Hospital nursing department. Candidates must have a minimum of 3-5 years management experi- ence in Acute Care, ER, OR, Swing Bed and Utilization Review to be considered eligible. The se- lected candidate will receive an attractive salary with benefits and be part of the executive team. Closing date is July 20th. Contact Leilani at (701) 256-6127. OTR DRIVER WANTED. Class A, clean driving record. 17 central state operation. Home weekly de- pending on location. Pay based on experience. Benefits. Call Bill (701) 527-7215. DRIVERS $1000 SIGN ON BONUS. Home Weekly. Must be Canadian eligible. 2500+ miles weekly. $0.42 for all Canadian miles. $50 border crossing pay. 95% no tarp. (888) 691-5705. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BAR WITH HOUSE in Crosby. House: livable with garage. Great income potential in the Bakken. All inventory and equipment in- cluded. Call Del at (701) 641- 6584. FOR SALE: ESTABLISHED restaurant in northwestern North Dakota's oil patch. Family-owned for over 20 years. Red Rooster Cafe, Crosby, (701) 641-8375, se- rious inquiries only. FOR SALE: BERGERAUToAND Diesel Repair, Valley City, Serious inquiries only. Contact MBTB, 1030 7th ST SE, Valley City, ND 58072, or - No Calls Please. WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUYAIfalfa Grinding Hay and Grass Hay. Picked up in Semi Loads. Call Steve at (308) 325-5964. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 3 BEDROOM HOUSE in Lisbon, ND. Finished Basement, 2 Stall garage with a 2 story barn, 24x24. $153,000. Hurry, won't last long. (701) 683-5702. FOR SALE BY OWNER: Large rural farm home located in Benson Co., MUST SEE! Photos on Bis- Man Online Ad #583311. Contact Harlan (701) 798-2200. WANTED: MINERAL INTER- ESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Experi- enced Family Owned Oil Produc- tion & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAs-, (877) 754- 3111. MODULAR/MANUFACTuRED HOMES FOR SALE MODULAR & MANUFACTURED Homes F/S. Brand New, Starting at $33,410. Single family, work force housing, motels, Deliv- ered/set up. Free Brochure/floor plans. (877) 590-4591, www.col- BUILDINGS FOR SALE STEEL BUILDINGS - FACTORY DIRECT: 40x80, 50x100, 62x120, 70x150, 8Qx200. Must liquidate Summer deliveries. Limited sup- ply. Call Trever (888) 782-7040. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 31 FT. SOVEREIGN AIRSTREAM trailer, 1969, Very Good Condi- tion, Carefree Awnings, Replaced Gas Electric Refrigerator, New Carpet. (218) 643-4269, (218) 205-6939. ND MEDIA GUIDE: Names, ad- dresses, phone numbers, e-mails of all ND newspapers, radio/TV stations, specialty publications. 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