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10 ======================= st3 47P sot SMALL TOWN PAPERS "C005 217 W COTA ST SHELTON, WA N584-22S3 ! SINGLE COPY $1.00 VOL. 136 ISSUE 4 PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 2018 Edinburg m=:m Photos: Larry Bid Above: Camlyn Booth chews on a rib atthe Rib Cook- , Off in Edinburg on Saturday. Right:. Taylor Hall and wife Alyson, who took second place, prepare their dbs at . the Edinburg Rre Deparlment Rib Cook-Off. Though , it wasn't quite a tailgating party, Taylor had set up his Bison canopy-- diehard Bison fans that the Halls are. By Allison Olimb of The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Walsh County Three Rivers Soil Conser- vation District recently wrapped up another busy planting season. This spring after an office shake- up, 319 Coordinator Sarah Johnston became the new district manager. Johnston was offered the district manager role by the supervisory board following the resignation of former manager Joleen Swartz. She took over in mid May, and Katrina Haugen of Voss was hired on to serve as office assistant, handling ac- counting, outreach and education. Throughout the season, Johnston balanced the duties of her previous job and her current one. "It was fine. I just worked a lot of 60 plus hour weeks," she said. "I had to go with the biggest fire to put out always. 319 really didn't require a whole lot of me during that time." Soil Conservat/on Cont page 6 Right: Walsh County Three Rivers Soil Conservation: Evan Freeman, Haugen, and Sarah,U ns o By Allison Olimb Market. of The Press This year, the event has snow- PARK RIVER, N.D.- Multiple balled into something more. Koenig agencies from across the region said that they knew they wanted to will be coming together to promote do the event in the summer and they community wellness with a Fami- wanted to get more involved in the ly Safety Night from 4:30 to 8:00 community and partner with area p.m. on Monday, July 30 at the Park agencies for community health. River Ambulance Building. "It was hard to decide who to ask "It's collaboration that's pop- for help," she said. The response was ulation health as a whole. It's not overwhelmingly positive. done by the hospital, it's done by all The goal, Lewis said, is to pro- the departments that have anything mote wellness and patient education. to do with health and safety. This is The facility currently is working on just proof of that collaboration," said achieving a Patient Centered Meal- First Care Health Center CEO Mar- ical Home (PCMH) designation. cus Lewis. The focus of that is childhood well- Last year, social worker Emily hess and children with special needs Koenig, physical therapy assistant and the healthcare that is required. Allie Beneda, and nurse Robyn 'q'his is an opportunity to promote Sangrait of First Care Health Cen- that wellness in population health," ter in Park River became national- Lewis said. 'q'here's a team of us that ly certified Child Passenger Safety technicians. They hosted a simple Family Safety Night car seat check-up in coordinationCont. page 6 with the Park River Farmer's See page 2 WCAS Class reunites for 60th See page 6 A true conservationist is a man who knows that the world is bnot given, by his fathers, but orroweo wom his children. Park River taen shines ND youth compe= in at Shrine Bowl See page 5 national shoot See page 8