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##9 ecu-“aboiflmliP‘” 513 m-OO-OO 47B 91' SMALL TOWN PAPERS "0005 927 W RAILROAD AVE SHELTON, WA 98584-3847 SINGLE COPY .$ .00 Farm Credit Council VOL. I39 - ISSUE 3 - PARK RIVER,TNORTH DAKOTA , '. Re-Elects Officers JAMESTOWN, N.D. Allen Roshau and Dale Zahiadka were re- elected chairman and vice chairman of the North Dakota Farm Credit ! Council (NDFCC) at the meeting held in Jamestown in June. Roshau of Dickinson, N.D., was i elected to his second term as chair- man of NDFCC, previously serv- ing as chairman. He is self-em- ‘ ployed in a cow calf operation. He is also employed as a brand in- spector fOr the North Dakota Stock— men’s Association. Roshau has Nor-“cc Cont page Traditional TV going away: Polar upgrades to streaming TV PARK RIVER, ND. ~ Polar Communications will be retiring its traditional cable television services on June 30, 2023. Be- : ginning this month, we will be shutting down this service by re- gion and no longer servicing tra- ditional cable TV set top equip- ment trouble moving forward. Customers will receive a separate notice from us with options and deadline to disconnect theircable CabIeTV Cont. page a, I dei'.‘ Left: 1st Place Hankey Farms & Prairie Appraisal (L to R): Abe Hankey, Cam Pedersen, Ryan Aames, Steven Thompson. Right: 2nd Place — Dr. J’s Caddie Crew (L to R): Spencer Skavhaug, Jordan Johnson, Gavin Miller, Levi Cudmore. ' WEDNESDAYJULY 2| ‘, 202i Left: Saturdaywasthe 11th Annual Tom Landowski Memorial Ride. it was ac- tually the day that Tom lost his life in a motorcycle accident. Over 40 bikes and more than 30 piled in a fun bus to make the route from Drayton to Stephen to Grafton to Park “River to Hoople to St Thomas and back to Drayton. Just a few of the past beneficiar- ies of the Tom Landowski Memorial Fund include the American Cancer Socie- ty, American Diabetes As- sociation Hespice of the Red River Valley to name a few. Pictured in the middle is Tom Landowski's wife Taryn and daughters Kay- la Sekenski (Front) 'and (behind Taryn) Jessi Say- lor and Becka Landowski. Photos: Mariah Hall First Care Health CenterBenefit Golf TomMent brings in nearly $20,000 | PARK RIVER, N.D. —Aspir— it of friendly competition and'a sunny summer da combined to ‘ make a great go f day for the 2021 First Care Health Center Benefit Golf Tournament at Hill- ‘crest Golf Course in Park River on Friday, July 9, 2021. Twenty-six teams, with four members each, participated in the scramble event. The tournament offered an ex— cellent opportunity for individuals and employees of organizations to enjoy a fun day of golf while at the same time benefiting healthcare improvements and advancements in the area. Nearly $20,000 was raised during the tournament with proceeds goin to help purchase an Amsco Was er Disinfector and FCHC Golf Cont. page I2 Obituaries See page . Linked to locals: Aure h0ckey honor. See page I2 Love is the feeling you get When you like something as mUch as your motorcycle. Hunter S. ThompSon People in your Neighborhood See page SummerVibes ‘ See page I4 om _