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JULY 24, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 5 ~_~ ?~'.-~";'3~-'.-~ ~-_~.=~Z-~ \~ -~z~, Z i , Photo: Bette Nilson Above: Pastor of First Lutheran in Hoople Patrick Torbit (Center) stands with the women of Shalom Min- istries, which began following the genocide that took place in Rwanda in 1994. Nzaramba Kayisime, (L to R) Solange Uwituze, Drocella Nduwimana, and Colette Mukandoli shared their stories in Hoople. turned to anger, who gathered in Kagali. And they She went from not understand- A group of widows located in began to focus on sharing that ing how to pray to preaching the the capital city began to meet often peace through evangelism, sup- message of God. in what Solange called "pity par- porting community socioeconomic "That is how far Jesus took me," ties" they shared their stories with development, and promoting she said. "Prayer will set you free. each other, cussed and wept until Christian counseling and fighting ... Once you are set free, you can one day a born. again widow sug- against the spread of HIV-AIDS. set free so many others. gested that it would be better to Now, Dr0cella said, the organi- Some of the projects that pray and ask for peace and restora- zation is open to everyone who Shalom Ministries have been able tion from God instead of crying needs peace, to assist with in Rwanda have been d cussing. Nzaramba Kayisime, who is the paying for student school fees, pro- an"I .swallowed my own sorrow president of the board of Shalom viding yearly health insurance for to help others," said Drocel!a who Ministries, joinedthe organization was one of the original founders, as one of those people who simply 50 .households, and building houses Colette said that she foundneeded peace. She and her hus- for vulnerable persons. They hope Shalom Ministries and went from band, raising 5 children, were near to continue their good works with weeping from morning to evening, divorce when she found the group, future plans for a Shalom Min- Monday to'Sunday fo finding a She said that these amazingistries Center, creating a Christian place where she could be corn- women with their powerful stories School, building more homes for forted, a place where she could showed her that there was hope. vulnerable people, and expanding weeo and be understood. "If the widows are able to raise ministries. .... 1o ............... ,~. "TheyJ gradually found inner their children decently, what can For more information about the peace in their- broken hearts," be so hard for me to bear?" she organization go to www.shalomin- Solange said about the widows said. istries.org. unl W Contact the Press at 701-284-6333 wc press @ polarcom m.com 80 +/- ACRES-. WALSH COUNTY, ND Walsh County land north of Park River, North Dakota featuring 80 acres with 52 -w- acres of great cropland ~dth established yields. Property has an excellent Soil Productivity Index with a weighted average of 84 with most of the soils in the upper 80s & 90s Pl. Cropland is leased through the 2014 crop year. Acres: 80 +/- i Legal: N1/ NEt,4 12-157-55 Cropland: 52 +/- - . C.d \ This sale is managed by Pifer's Auction & Realty. All statements matte the day of the auctlon take preceoence over all. printed materials. The seller reserves the righl to reject or accept.any and all bids Pifer's Auction & Realty, 1506 29th Ave S. M00rhead, MN 56560. Kevh~ Pifer, ND #715. / Plfer s LAND AUCTIONS www.pifers.com 877.477.3105 wASHINGTON President Barack Oba- ma has'approved Governor Jack Dalrymple's re- quest for a major disaster declaration for 19 North Dakota counties and two Indian.reservations due to spring flooding. The incident period runs from May 17 to June 16, 2013. , Senators John Hoeven and Heidi Heitkamp, and Congressman Kevin Cramer wrote to Pres- ident Barack Obama in May to press for approval of the state's request: "The combination of a heavy snowpack, very late snowmelt and other factors led to overflowing rivers and extensive overland flooding," the delegation wrote. "Rapid- ly rising temperatures accelerated'the pace of the late snowmelt, which overwhelmed major rivers and their tributaries across the state. The'impacts from these floods have grown beyond the ca- pability of the state and local jurisdictions to re- spond and we hope you will approve this dec- laration as soon as possible to ensure necessary resources are available for flood recovery." Approved for Public Assistance are Benson, Bottineau, Cavalier, Dunn, Kidder, McHenry, McKenzie, McLean, Mountrail. Nelson, Pem- bina, Pierce, Ramsey, Sheridan. Stark, Towner, Walsh, Ward and Wells Counties, and the Spir- it Lake Indian Reservation and the Turtle Moun- tain Band of Chippewa Indian Reservation. Pub- lic assistance provides aid for emergency work and the repair and replaceroent of disaster- damaged facilities and other infrastructure. In addition, all counties and Indian Tribes in the state of North Dakota are eligible to apply for assistance under the Hazard Mitagation Grant Pro- gram, which helps with actions taken to prevent or reduce long-term risk to life and property from natural hazards. "Approval of this recluest will give these hard- hit communities an opportunity to begin the hard work of recovery," the delegation said. "Further, elegibility for Hazard Mitigation Grants will give. them an early start on efforts to reduce the im- pacts of future flooding risks." SBA Disaster assistance available to ND private, nonprofit organizations SACRAMENTO, Calif. Low-interest additional funds to help with the cost ofmak- federal disaster loans are now available to ing improvements that protect, preve at or certain private, nonprofit Organizations minimize the same type of disaster damage (PNPs) in North Dakota, following President from occurring in the future. Obama's federal disaster declaration for PUb-. For certain private, nonprofit organizations lic Assistance (PA) as a result of severe storms of any size, SBA offers Economic Injury Dis- and flooding that occurred May 17 - June 16, aster Loans (EIDLs) to help meet working 2013, announced Karen G. Mills, Adminis- capital needs caused by the disaster. EIDLs trator of the U.S. Small Business Administra- may be used to pay fixed debts, payroll, ac- tion. PNPs that provide essential services of a counts payable and other bills that cannot be governmental nature are eligible for ssis- paid because of the disaster's impact. EIDL tance, assistance is available regardless of whether $BA disaster assistance is now available in the nonprofit suffered any property damage. the North Dakota counties of Benson, Dot- The interest rate is 2.875 percent with terms' tineau, Cavalier, Dunn, Kidder, McHenry, up, to 30 years. The filing deadline to return McKenzie, McLead, Mountrail, Nelson, Pem- applications for property damage is Septem- bina, Pierce, Ramsey, Sheridan, Stark, ber 10, 2013. The deadline to return eco- Towner, Walsh, Ward. Wells; the Spirit Lake nomic injury applications is April 14, 2014. Reservation; and the Turtle Mountain Band of Applicants may apply online using the Chippewa Indian Reservation. All interested Electronic Loan Application (ELA) via SBA's PNPs should begin the process by registering secure website at https://disasterloan.sba. with FEMA. At the time of registration, gov/ela. FEMA will determine if the PNP qualifies to Disaster loan information and application immediately apply for a grant from FEMA's forms are also available from SBA's Cus- PA program or will be referred to SBA to ap- tomer Service Center by calling SBA toll- ply for a low-interest federal disaster loan. free at (800) 659-2955, emailing disastercus- SBA may lend PNPs up to $2 million to re- tomerservice@sba.gov, or visiting-SBA's Web pair or replace damaged or destroyed real es- site at www.sba.gov/services/disasterassis- tate, machinery and equipment, inventory, tance. Individuals who are deaf or hard-of- and other business assets. SBA can also lend hearing may call (800) 877-8339. On March 29, 2013, the State of North Dakota declared a flood emergency for counties and Tribal Nations that had a 50 percent prOb- ability of reaching or exceeding moderate or ma- jor flood stage as well as for the Devils Lake Basin. On April 23, 2013,the govemor request- ed an emergency declaration based on extensive floodthreats, which the president approved on April 26. After a Preliminary Damage Assess- ment on May 20, 2013, the State of North Dako- ta changed its emergency declaration to a disaster declaration. INorth Dakota[ Your classified ad will appear in all 90 North Dakota dally and weekly newspapers for only Call your newspaper for details HELP WANTED CENEX AT KILLDEER, ND is seeking a qualified General Manager. A energy supply cooperative with sales of $42 million. Suc- cessful agricultural business management experience desired. Send or fax (866-653- 5527) resume ASAP to: Larry Fuller, 5213 Shoal Drive, Bismarck, ND 58503, Email larry.fuller@chsinc.com starting wage depends on experience. (701) 797-2881. Nice benefit package, clean air- conditionedshop, great community! i MARINE-& MOTORCYCLE SERVICE TECHNICIAN. Benefits include: Retirement Plan, Health Insurance, Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays and Competitive Salary. Send re- sume to: Gun & Reel Sports, PO Box 1957, Jamestown, ND 58402. THE BOTTINEAU ECONOMIC DEVEL- OPMENT CORPORATION is seeking a full time Director responsible for promoting and maintaining Bottineau County's strong eco- nomic vitality. The Director should be a highly motivated individual with knowledge of running a non-profit entity and working with a 9 member Board of Directors. A com- bination of education and previous work experience will be considered for all appli- cants, salary and benefits DOE. Applicant will be required to reside in Bottineau County. A ful job description can be ob- tained by e-mailing, edc@utma.com. To ap- CONSTRUCTION/TILE INSTALLATION contractor looking for dependable individu- als for seaspnal or full-time employment. Must have e~luipment operating skills. Start immediately. Long. term opportunity. Call Jerald at Kingdom Construction, (701) 341, 0454. FAMILY OWNED PLUMBING business looking for aJourneyman Plumber. We put Iemily first! Progressive small town growing business in Milnor, ND. Wages DOE. John (701) 640-0995. Lender/Agency HOMES FOR SALE HOUSE FOR SALE. 709 Park Ave, Sharon, ND. Rambler. 2 car attached garage. Full basement. 3 bedrooms, 3 bath- rooms. Call Orv at Cooper Realty. 701- 797-3455. www.cooperrealtynd .corn. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE WANTED: MINERAL INTERESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Experienced Family Owned Oil Production & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAssets@qwestoffice. net, (877) 754-3111. NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values are at all time highs! Contact Kevin Pifer (701) 238-5810 (kpifer@pifers.com) ~or Free Farmland Valuation Land Auctions & Farm- land Management Services. www. pifers.com ply e-mail resume, cover lette r and two ref- H & H ELECTRIC, Inc. a local established erences to Chuck Net)bauer, Pres. EDC at electrical company in Williston, ND is seek- chuckn@starionfinancial.com.Applications ing Journeymen and Experienced Appren- LAND AT RECORD HIGH PRICES! Call will be received until August 1st, 2013 with tice Electricians. Oil & gas industry experi- us to handle your sale with integrity, Pro- screening continuing until a satisfied can- ence a I?lus! Competitive pay and benefits, fessionalism & top results! Can-Do Auction didate is found. (701) 774-1001. & Real Estate, Amy Nikolaisen, (877) 812- 4305 www. candoauctions.com RDO EQUIPMENT CO. looking for talented / ambitious people who thrive on working in team-oriented culture. Openings in our new state of the art facility in Dickinson, ND. Positions include: Service Teohnicians, Cus- tomer Service Advisor, Field Service Tech- nicians, Equipment Detailer and Parts Spe- cialist. Sign on Bonus for Diesel Technicians. Apply online www.rdoequip- ment.com/careers , FULL TIME WITH benefits, L.P. and Bulk gas and fuel driver. Class B CDL. Haz Mat and Tanker endorsement, drug ~st. Farm- ers Union Oil, Beulah, ND, (701) 870-0264 Joey. LAND FOR SALE YOUR CHANCE FOR mineral rights in the Bakken. Land for sale in Bottineau County. Carl Bottineau County Realty (701) 263- 3120: Written bids by Aug. 12. PERKINS COUNTY, SD LAND FOR.SALE ON BIDS:.,Section 19-21-11:NENE and Section 20-21-11: NWNE; NNW. Deadline: 8/9/13. Contact: Crane Roseland Hardy PC, (701) 567-2418, crhlaw@ndsu- pernet.com ND SCHOOL FOR the Deaf is seeking a Sign Language Interpreter. For a complete list of job duties and application process please go to http://www.nd.gov/hrms/jobs or call Lilia Bakken, (701)665-4423. MAY-PORT CG SCHOOL has the follow- ing job openings: HS MATH INSTRUCTOR and CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR (preferred areas include Agriculture/Automotive Tech/Tech Ed, any or all combinations will be considered). Bas- ketball/Football COACHING opportunities ~available. Apply to Supt, Mike Bradner, MPCG School District, 900 Main Street West, Mayville, ND 58257; Michael.brad- ner@may-portcg.com. DELIVERY, SALES AND set-up opportuni- ties at Stanley, ND furniture store. Excellent compensation and benefit package. Good work environment and career options. steve@springanfurniture.com or (701) 628- 2413. PLmfg OF COOPERSTOWN now hiring Full-time CNC Machinists. No expenence: starting wage $12.00/hour. With experience: LAKE PROPERTY FOR SALE DOWNS, INC. SEEKS driver 23 yrs. or DO YOU WANT to retire with other North older for local and regional.hauling. Must be Dakotans on a great lake in South Dakota able.to drive into Canada. ContactAndy or with No State Income Tax? www.shoresof- Kevin for more information. (701) 256-2447. timberridge.com Call (605) 938-4595. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MODULAR/MANUFACTuRED HOMES FOR SALE DO YOU LIVE in rural North Dakota and need a small business loan under $50,000? MODULAR & MANUFACTURED Homes LADG can help! Call (701) 235-1197 or visit F/S. Brand New, Starting at $34,181. Single www.lakeagassiz.com. Equal Opportunity family, work force housing, motels, Deliv- ered/set up. Free Brochure/floor plans: (877) 590-4591, www.dakotamodulars.com BUILDINGS FOR SALE STEEL BUILDING, BUY LOCAL. Build This Year! Turn Key Available. 40'x80', 70'x100', 8C'x180', 120'x200'. Will Build to Suit. Free Quote. Call Wane (701) 365-8509 or (800) 741-9262. LIVESTOCK FOR SALE LAGRANDSCOTCHCAP ANGUS RANCH complete dispersal of 450 Registered and Commercial Fall Calving Cows including some spring calvers, 90 2012 Fall Heifers and 50 Fall Bulls. August 10th at Sioux Falls Regional Worthing Sale barn. High health, performance and phenotype. Past National breeder of the year award. Call for catalogue to Dan Nelson, Manager (701~) 351-1795 or Duane Pancratz, Owner(605~) 359-9222, or check website www.lagrand- scotchcapranch.com JOCKEY CLUB REGISTERL:~D Thorough- breds. Various ages. Excellent racing pedi- grees. Can also be used for jumping. Ver- satile prospects. In-foal mares. Beautiful equines. Very reasonable. (701) 341-7486. RVS/MOTORHOMES FOR SALE MOTORHOME 2006 Winnebago Adven- turer 37B, 18,000 miles, 2 slides', wholesale $98,000 retail $127,000. Buy today for $89,900 OBO. Call Tom (701) 871-0310 oi" (701) 389-0960. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE REMANUFACTuRED DIESEL & Gas En- gines. 7.3 Ford powerstroke @ $4,200 & 5.9 Cummins Diesels w/exch, on good core. Installation available. Don's Machine Shop, Fosston (218) 435-6379. ND MEDIA GUIDE: Names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mails of all ND newspa- pers, radio/TV stations, specialtypublica- tions. Only $25. ND Newspaper Associa- tion, (701) 223-6397. YOUR 25-WORD classified.ad can now appear in every ND newspaper! Only $150! NorthSCAN is the answer. Contact your newspaper for placement.