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MUNITY THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 2017 WASHINGTON -- U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp, a member of the Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship, recently an- nounced $70,000 in federal funding to the Red River Regional De- velopment Council in Grafton to better coordinate resources to diversify and strengthen the area's economy. "Moving our rural economies forward takes the forward thinking that economic development councils, like the Red River Regional De- velopment Council, provide," said Heitkamp. "While we do not always know what economic challenges will occur, it is important that we plan to grow our economies by supporting the strategic development of small businesses and public works projects that fit the needs of communi- ties. The federal funding announced today will help develop an eco- nomic growth strategy for the Northeastern North Dakota counties of Grand Forks, Nelson, Pembina, and Walsh so that residents in these communities continue the high standards of living they enjoy. Despite all of the critical investments from the Economic Development Ad- ministration to support North Dakota communities, the president's budg- et would eliminate the agency and the funding it provides that has helped support growth of rural economies all over our state." The federal funds are made available through the Economic De- velopment Administration (EDA), a bureau of the U.S. Department of Commerce. Unfortunately this strategic investment would be eliminated under the president's budget. According to EDA, there have been over $34 million dollars in direct investments from EDA to North Dakota since just 2009, largely all of it to rural areas that spurred more than $478 million in private investment in North Dakota. Photo: Larry Bid Above: Park River pool lifeguards Gracyn Cole (front to back) Amy Seim and lan Helgeson were busy paintng the wading pool get- lng it ready for the year. FARGO, N.D. -- Prairie Pub- Tuesday, August 1 lic is seeking personal stories that Wednesday, August 2 will be shared in a new Prairie Hjemkomst Center, Moorhead, Public television documentary, Minn. radio narratives and digital archive Thursday, August 10 aimed at fostering understanding Friday, August 11 around the lasting impact of the Nortfi Dakota Veterans Home, Vietnam War. Lisbon, N.D. "The Vietnam War defined a Wednesday, August 16 generation," said director of tele- The History Museum, Perham, vision Bob Dambach. "It affected Minn. those who served, tho, se' who ,, ugust 21 protested; and the famillds" of" Three Affiliated Tribes Muse- both. We invite everyone to add um, New Town, N.D. their voice." The nonprofit television and ra- dio network is hosting events where the public is invited to par- ticipate in video oral history in- terviews that represent the diver- sity of experiences in the Vietnam War years. At these events, Prairie Public is partnering with the State Historical Society of North Dako- ta to digitize participants' photo- graphs, correspondence, docu- ments and artifacts for the state's digital archive, Digital Horizons. Registration to participate is re- quired: State Historical Society of North Dakota, Bismarck, N.D. Date to be announced Individuals interested in mak- ing an appointment or learning more about the project can call 1- 800-359-6900 and visit prairiepub- lic.org/memories. Titled "Prairie Memories The Vietnam War Years," the video- taped oral history television doc- umentary and radio narratives will air in November 2017. Prairie Public project director Barb Grav- el says the initiative is aimed at recognizing bravery, honoring those lost, expressing reasons for dissent and fostering understand- ing. PARK RIVER, N.D. m Chris- fine Grove, Information Security Of- ricer with Citizens State Bank of Lankin in Park River recently grad- uated from the Dakota School of Banking sponsored by the North Dakota Bankers Association; (NDBA) and endorsed by the South Dakota Bankers Association (SDBA). In its 44th year, the school trained 61 bank personnel: The North Dakota, since 1997. "This school i; designed to meet the needs of today's bank employ- ees," said Dorothy Lick, NDBA sen- ior vice president of education. "It provides focused education for session provides a general overview bankers who seek a better under- Students are enrolled for two of the banking industry and the de- standing of the industry and ad- years, attending the school one partments that make up a bank. The vancement in their careers." week each summer. The first-year second-year session builds on the general banking knowledge gained in the first year and adds a comput- erized bank management s'nnulation to reinforce technical and function- al management skills. "The Dakota School of Banking was a terrific experience, from the learning opportunities to network- ing with colleagues," said Grove. "I look forward to putting my new knowledge to work." Teachers at the school include bankers, attomeys, accountants and financial industry consultants. Ses- sions combined lecture, hands-on ac- tivities, a computerized banking simulation and testing. Photo: Submitted The North Dakota Bankers As- sociation offers services to banks in the areas of government relations, education, communications, insur- ance and bank products. _'~.,. ~_r ~_ ~ .'t T _~ ~_ _.,~_ "~_ y _]~... ~3_.,~ ~ T .J_ 7=_ T_.,~ _~= _'~_ Z~_ _~_ ~ .~_ _~_ A _I"~ ~ _all onto the cooled crust and sprinkle has 330 calories, 15 grams (g) fat, to the NDSU Extension office in with remaining crumb topping. 3 g protein, 46 g carbohydrate, 5 g Walsh County at 284-6624, or email Bake until topping is lightly fiber and 105 milligrams sodium, me at: jamie.medbery@ndsu.edu. I browned, about 20 more minutes. Any questions about this column would be glad to help! Makes 12 servings. Each serving or something else may be directed Sources.. Julie Garden-Robinson, NDSUEx- tension food and nutrition specialist, and Allison Benson, program assistant. The creation of the ma- terials is part of a project funded by the North Dakota Depamnent of Agriculture through grant 14-SCBGP-ND-OO38 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Marketing Service. t , :i~ ' Your classified ad will appear in all 90 North Dakota daily and weekly newspapers for only Call your newspaper or 1-866-685-8889 ,for deta Is HELP WANTED CITY OF LAMOURE,?ND: Po- lice Officer wanted. Salary: $32,000-$40,000 DOE. Retire- ment & health insurance. ND peace officer certification neces- sary. Resume: Auditor, Box 215, LaMoure, ND 58458. 701-883- 5957. DEADLINE: Aug. 4. NURSING INSTRUCTORS- DAKOTA Nursing Program - Mayville. 9-month, benefitted position; instruction nursing stu- dents. BSN will be considered. Salary DOE. Go to Irsc.edu for more information. WlSHEK PUBLIC SCHOOL has a 7-12 science position open. Contact the superintend- ent: shawn.kuntz@k12.nd.us or 701-527-7968. THE SOUTH CENTRAL Prairie Special Education Unit is seeking a Licensed Occupa- tional Therapist and/or a Certi- fled Occupational Therapy Assistant. Please contact Janelle Ferderer at 701-754- 2971 for more information. CLASS A OTR DRIVER WANTED. Reefer/drive in. Home weekly. Starting .40 to .42/mile, DOE. Benefits: Health Insurance, Sign-On Bonus, Paid Vacation. Bill (701) 527-7215. A 25-WORD AD costs only $160. Runs in every North Dakota newspaper. What a deal! Contact your newspaper to place your ad. WANTED TO BUY MOTORCYCLES WANTED: Cash paid for old motorcycles sitting in the barn or shed. Non- running, no titles OK! Local buyer always paying more! 320- 420-7675. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE PRIVATE AND SECLUDED Executive Estate on famous Lake Minnewaska. 12,000SF home plus carriage house. 4.2 acres w/additional land avail- able. A contemporary classic. Now only $3,890,000. Swartz Brothers Associates, Star- buck/Glenwood 877-239-2375, www.swartzbros.com LAND AUCTION 591 Ac, Towner Co, ND, Great location, Strong Soils, Bids Due 7/25, 4pm, Hall Family, Sellers, Con- tact Amy Nikolaisen, Auction- eer/Broker, Nikolaisen Land Company, 844-872-4289, niko- laisenlandcompany.com LANDOWNERS: NORTH DAKOTA farm land values and cash rents continue to be strong. Call Bob Pifer for free market valuation. Pifer's Auctioneers 701-371-8538 or bpifer@pifers.com. AUTOS FOR SALE 1970 FORD F100 pick up for sale. Turquoise, original paint, always in the shed, one owner, V-8, automatic, air conditioning, new tires, 92,000 miles. $17,000, located near Towner ND. Call 714-321-5644. EQUIPMENT FOR SALE WHITE 4-180 WITH 2,500 hours for sale $7,000. Always in a shed. 8- 18 Melroe plow with packer $1,000. 6 -16 semi mount plow with packer $600. MF 510 Perkins diesel combine with 20 header, $600. Located near Towner ND. Call 714-321- 5644 PLANTERS AND SEEDING EQUIPMENT BUYING VALMAR, GANDY applicators. Call Paul at Daily Bread Machinery. 763-286- 2037. GENERATORS FOR SALE GENERATORS: USED, LOW hour take-outs. 20kw to 2000kw. Diesel, propane, & natural gas. www.abrahamindustrial.com. (701) 371-9526 or (701) 367- 4305 Abraham Generator Sales Co. Cooperstown, ND MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE LOOKING FOR THE most complete listing of ND Media? ND Media Guide. Only $25! Call 701-223-6397, ND Newspaper Association. MISCELLANEOUS WE MAKE IT easy to place an ad in one or all 90 North Dakota newspapers. One order, one bill, one check. We provide the ad design and tear sheets. Call the North Dakota Newspaper Asso- ciation, 701-223-6397.