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Page 8 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 2017 .'7 each day from some secret loca- tion and then fly back there after their shift. I guess I never thought they were actual people who live right here in our small towns who have kids who play ball against our kids. Since the line of cars be- hind us was small, we chatted a bit about basketball, what his son plans to do after he graduates next May and just about a few oth- er things in general like Bison football. It was a nice visit with a nice man. It was really the first time in the dozens and dozens of times I've been at the border crossings that it felt that nice. It was comfortable. But for a second there, I was amazed. But really, I don't know what they know and that's ok. So if the next time I'm at the customs and they know that I use yellow golf balls instead of white ones, I guess I won't be too surprised. GRAFTON, N.D. -- Walsh JeffDahlen 194 TOP SHOOTERS AFTER 200 County Gun Club results after eight Grant Skibicki 192 TARGETS weeks ending July 12, 2017 are: SHOOTING 25 STRAIGHT JeffDahlen 191 Jim Tallackson, Doug Thompson, Tom McCann 190 WINCHESTER LEAGUE Chad Gerloff, Steven Thompson, WD Suda 190 TEAM NAME Billy Thompson x2, Tom Thomp-Nate Tallackson 189 Really 74 son, Greg Skibicki, Jerry Blan- Garald Gillies 188 Tallackson Farms71 chard, Randy Hahn, Grant Skibic- Ron Hultin 188 Fordville Coop 55 ki Jody Lee 188 Jim's Super Valu55 SHOOTING 50 STRAIGHT John Forbes 187 Magnus Force 55 Ken Fischer, Brad Magnusson Doug Vosper 187 Centrol 53 SHOOTING 125 STRAIGHT GregSkibicki 187 Thompson Spuds 50 Grant Skibicki SHOOTING 25 STRAIGHT Torkelson Clippers 35 Brad Magnusson, Jody Lee. Josh Thompson TOP SHOOTERS AFTER 200 FEDERAL LEAGUE TARGETS TEAM NAME Grant Skibicki 196 He-Mart Billy Thompson 195 Simplot Chad Gerloff 194 Vets Pat Bosh 194 Thompson Truckers Jim Tallackson 193 Welch's Scott Hills 193 Kilmer Jacob Erovick 193 PR Legion Brad Magnusson 194 Bremer Bank 73 REMINGTON LEAGUE 66 TEAM NAME 65 Hankey Farms 89 59 JR's 63 53 PR Dental 62 50 Custom Ag 56 47 Kieley Electric 53 35 Torkelson Farms 49 Grafton True Value 46 Zoo Bar 30 TOP SHOOTERS AFTER 200 TARGETS Richie Schumacher193 Jacob Erovick 190 Tom Magnusson 190 Nic Beneda 188 Ron Line 187 Jameson Hahn 186 Mike Stellon 186 Jim Dusek 185 Steven Thompson 185 Mark Holman 182 Jake Thompson 182 SHOOTING 25 STRAIGHT Ron Line BROWNING LEAGUE TEAM NAME GLD 67 Olson Oil 64 Polar 62 Extra End 62 South Branch Bison 59 Troftgruben Farms 53 Johnny Bravoz 51 Marvin Windows 30 TOP SHOOTERS AFTER 200 TARGETS Ron Hultin 189 Aaron Melland 186 Bob Jackson 186 Brian Lane 186 Mike Foerster 185 Mark Olson 177 Josh Lien 176 Mark Olson 176 Tony Hensel 175 Dwight Kirkeby 173 Dwight Wilson 173 SHOOTING 25 STRAIGHT Tony Hensel, Lee Bratlie SHOOTING 50 STRAIGHT Mike Forester THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 2017 Park Ri 'er Area School Board Regular Meeting Minutes PARK RIVER AREA SCHOOL BOARD CENEX FLEETCARD 51.90 REGULAR MEETING MINUTES DOUG CHALLY 279.42 JUNE 19, 2017 CULINEX 1,385.81 DISCOVERY BENEFITS 10.00 DELORES DUB 100.00 GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL SVCS The Regular Board Meeting was held 3,392.00 June 19, 2017 in the Board Room. RICHARD GROVE 100.00 Members present: Diana Hahn, Brad KIRK HAM 263.22 Brummond, Kelly Houser, Tracy Laaveg, HEART OF THE VALLEY CONSORT Jennifer Thompson and Bill Bata. Absent: 800.00 Terry Novak. J MART 14,988.60 JTC 920.41 President Hahn called meeting to SARAH KASTNER 18.56 order at 5:33 P.M. PHYLLIS LOFTSGARD 100.00 ROGER MOE 48.40 No additions to agenda. MDU 941.29 NORTH STAR COOP 766.76 M: Laaveg S: Houser to approve the NORTHDALE OIL 3,430.34 Regular Board Meeting Minutes for May PARK RIVER AREA SCHOOL 16, 2017, All in favor, M.C. 39.49 GLENN ROST 137.00 M: Brummond S: Houser to approve SAMSON ELECTRIC 57.88 the Special Board Meeting Minutes for SCHOLASTIC EQUIPMENT May 30, 2017, All in favor, M.C. 331.20 AARON SCHRAMM 160.50 Member Bata joined meeting at this MARIE SIMUNDSON 100.00 time. KATIE THOMPSON 1,600.00 THREE STAR DAIRY 1,800.40 M: Thompson S: Brummond to VERIZON 109.13 approve the expenditures as follows: WALSH COUNTY PRESS 294.68 General Fund #3469-3500, $103,686.15; WELCH'S BAKERY 646.15 Payroll and Benefits #76295-76316 and UPPER VALLEY SPECIAL ED #3700-3970, $701,165.93; Special33,333.30 Activities #2345-2387, $21,579.89, All in ALEXANDER MCMARTIN 142.45 favor, M.C. JEFF RERICK 105.00 : : ROBERTGOEL 250:00 J.P.MORGAN 23,045.94 PARK RIVER AREA SCHOOL THE HARTFORD 1,516.42 1,756.00 LIGHT & WATER DEPT 12,892.15 ROBERT GOLL 1,020.00 AMAZON.COM CREDIT 25.20 KEVIN SKAVHAUG 900.00 SCOTT BERRY 258.13 7,817.05 SHELLY DUB 20.00 MATTHEW FORD 439.49 MANDYHAGEN80.00 Financial Report: Supt. Ham- MICHAEL HANSON 311.36 Property tax and Other Revenue. JESSE IRVINE 140.00 MITCH JORGENSEN 220.68 Administration Reports: Elementary LAURIE LARSON 60.00 Principal Nilson - absent; High School LARRYOMDAHL 100.00 Principal Schramm - Final enrollment THOMAS PERIUS 518.40 Grades 7-12 for 2016-17 is 188, 2017-18 AMY PORTER 40.00 projected is 186, Student Handbook CHUCKY PORTER 120.00 updates, NDSA results, Sports JEFF RERICK 424.24 Acceleration and weight room hours; BECCA SCHRAMM 40.00 Supt. Ham - On-line payments through e- KEVIN SKAVHAUG 140.00 Funds for Schools for the year was DEAN THOMPSON 20.00 $20,000, Transportation Grant, applied for JENNIFER THOMPSON 20.00 Federal -I]tle IV Grant of approx. $10,000, BRETT OMDAHL 1,140.00 NDSBA Director, HS gym floor, roofing ALLARD TROPHY CO. 190.50 project, library and classroom carpet ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 195.50 installed, new students, unemployment BASEBALL BOOSTERS 150.00 claim. DAKOTA EAST 403.25 DOLLYWOOD FOUNDATION No Library or REA Reports. 851.42 GRAFTON SCHOOL DISTRICT Vocational Center Report: Brummond 344.00 - Set goals for Director and he received a GRAND FORKS PUBLIC SCHOOLS two percent raise, CDL program, July 200.00 retreat. JS WHOLESALE & VENDING 466.23 Reviewed minutes from the Policies LETTER PERFECT SIGN 690.00 and Procedures, Personnel Committee MORGAN PRINTING 199.00 Meeting regarding: Unpaid Lunch Policy, NATIONAL FFA 100.00 Conduct Unbecoming-Activity Policy, Test NORTHDALEOIL 42.97 Exemption and Parental Involvement EDITH RYGH 855.00 AARON SCHRAMM SUMMERTIME 60.80 THREE STAR DAIRY WAYNES VARIETY WELCH'S BAKERY PARK the Parental Involvement Policy (KAB) as presented, All in favor, M.C. M: Laaveg S: Thompson to approve the Spring ADM Report for 2016-17, All in favor, M.C. M: Bata S: Houser to certify the June 13, 2017 Board Election results as follows: Rural: Jennifer Thompson-52, Ronald Setness-12; Publishing Minutes Measure: For-54, Against-9, All in favor, M.C. M: Thompson S: Brummond pursuant to NDCC 57-19-01, approve the transfer of Special Reserve revenue in excess of 15 mills to the General Fund as of June 30, 2017, All in favor, M.C. M: Laaveg S: Houser pursuant to NDCC 21-03-45 approve the transfer of GO Bonds 2014 and Building Bonds of 1998 Sinking and Interest Fund surplus of approximately $1,000:00 to the General Fund, All in favor, M.C. M: Bata S: Thompson to amend budget for the Sinking Fund 2010 Bonds- Parking Lot from $55,900 to $56,300, All in favor, M.C. M: Bata S: Houser to approve the 2017-18 Pre-School, All in favor, M.C. A public notice is information informing citizens of government activities that may affect the citizens' everyday lives. Public notices have been printed local newspapers, the trusted sources for community information, for rnore than 200 years. North Dakota newspapers also post public notices on ua w.ndpublicnotices.cem at no charge to units of government. Policy...Ais0 lunch for staff. PQliCie~s and procedures Personnel 250.00 ~ i ' " " ' 'Committee Mee{in'(3=is scf~e~duled for July " na ~M:: Hotmer:S.~'=Bffta to hire~ -3ef'rrf'a='~-~F7y~l-~=at-.4--.4-5--~.M. ~~f,~:~-~~ Hahn, President 219.62 .Feltman for the Grade 6 position, All in Meeting is scheduled for July 17, 2017 at /s/Roberta Hinkel, Business Manage= 12.00 favor, M.C. 5:30 P.M. in Board Room. 266.80 RIVER AREA SCHOOL M: Laaveg S: Brummond to amend Adjourned at 6:32 P.M. (July 26, 2017) SECTION 00100 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS SECTION 00100 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS COMMERCIAL ROAD - GREEN ACRES PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA Type B, 40 CY; Common Excavation - Waste, 1290 CY; Water, 32 M GAL; Seeding Class II, 0.37 ACRE; Erosion Control, 1.0 L SUM; Aggregate Base Course CL 5, 1,409 TON; Superpave FAA 43, 415 TON; PG 58-28 Asphalt Cement, 27 TON; Mobilization, 1.0 L SUM; Traffic Control Signs, 290 UNIT; Delineator Drums, 15 EA; Tubular Markers, 15 EA; Geotextile Fabric - Type R1, 2,250 SY; Curb & Gutter -Type I, 989 LF; Valley Gutter 36tN, 114 LF; Sidewalk Concrete - 4IN, 16 SY; Detectable Warning Panels, 36 SF; Flat Sheet for Signs - Type XI Refl Sheeting, 17.5 SF; Steel Galv Posts - Telescoping Perforated Tube, 52.9 LF. Sealed bids will be received by the City of Park River at the Auditor's Office at P.O. Box C, Park River, ND 58270, until 1:00 PM CT, August 10, 2017, at which time they will be publically opened and read aloud for the furnishing of materials, labor, equipment and skill required for the construction of Grading, Aggregate Base, Curb & Gutter, Hot Bituminous & Incidentals in and for said City of Park Phase II - Option A: Removal of River, as is more fully described and set Bituminous Surfacing, 12 SY; Topsoil, 626 forth in the plans and specifications CY; Common Excavation-Type B, 100 therefore, which are now on file in the CY; Common Excavation- Waste, 1,315 office of the Park River City Auditor. CY; Water, 50 M GAL; Seeding Class II, 0.79 ACRE; Aggregate Base Course CL Bids shall be upon cash payment on 5, 2,355 TON; Geotextile Fabric - Type the following estimated quantities and R1,3,758 SY; Storm Sewer Tie In, 1 EA; types of work: Pipe PVC 121N, 133 LF; Inlet-Type 2 Double, 2 EA; Flat Sheet For Signs - Phase I: Contract Bond, 1.0 L SUM; Type XI Refl Sheeting, 7.5 SR Removal of Trees & Brush, 1.0 L SUM; Removal of Concrete Pavement, 18 SY; Phase II - Option B: Superpave FAA Removal of Curb & Gutter, 114 LF; 43, 707TON; PG 58-28Asphalt Cement, Removal of Bituminous Surfacing, 53 SY; 46 TON. Topsoil, 376 CY; Common Excavation - The contract documents are on file and may be examined at the following: Park River City Auditor P.O. Box C Park River, ND 58270 KLJ 864 West 12th Street Grafton, ND 58237 Complete digital project bidding documents are available at "Projects for Bid" or You may download the digital plan documents for $20 by inputting Quest project #5263814 on the website's Project Search page. Please contact QuestCDN at (952) 233-1632 or for assistance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with this digital project information. An optional paper set of project documents is also available for a non-refundable price of $65 per set at KLJ, 864 W. 12th Street, P.O. Box 229, Grafton, ND 58237-0229. Please contact us at 701-352-1555 if you have any questions. All bids are to be submitted on the basis of cash payment for the work and materials, and each bid shall be accompanied by a separate envelope containing the contractor's license and basis of the low bid submitted by a any and all bids, to waive any informalit~ bid security. The bid security must be in a responsible and responsive bidder for the in any bid, to hold all bids for a period no" sum equal to five per cent (5%) of the full aggregate sum of all bid items. A single to exceed 30 days from the date o' amount of the bid and must be in the form contract will be awarded for the work. opening bids, and to accept the bic of a bidder's bond. A bidder's bond must deemed most favorable to the interest o be executed by the bidder as principal All bids will be contained in a sealed the Owner. and by a surety company authorized to do envelope, as above provided; plainly business in this state, conditioned that if marked showing that such envelope Should the Contractor fail to complete the principal's bid be accepted and the contains a bid for the above project. In the work within the time required hereir contract awarded to the principal, the addition, the bidder shall place upon the or within such extra time as may have principal, within ten (10) days after notice exterior of such envelope the following been granted by formal extensions of time of award, will execute and effect a information: approved by the Owner, there will bE contract in accordance with the terms of deducted from any amount due the his bid and the bid bond as required by 1. The work covered by the bidder Contractor the sum of $900 per day ant the laws of the State of North Dakota and 2. The name of the bidder every day that the completion of the work the regulations and determinations of the 3. Separate envelope containing is delayed. The Contractor and his suret~ governing body. If a successful bidder bid bond and a copy of North Dakota will be liable for any excess. Sucl" does not execute a contract within ten Contractor's License or certificate of payment will be as and for liquidatec (10) days allowed, the bidder's bond must renewal, damages. be forfeited to the governing body and the 4. Acknowledgement of the project awarded to the next lowest Addenda. Dated this 13th day of July, 2017 responsible bidder. No Bid will be read or considered CITY OF PARK RIVER All bidders must be licensed for the full which does not fully comply with the PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA amount of the bid as required by Section above provisions as to Bond and licenses 43 07 05 and 43-07-12 of the North and any deficient Bid submitted will be Dakota Century Code. resealed and returned to the Bidder /s/ Nancy Thompson immediately. City Auditor The successful Bidder will be required to furnish Contract Performance and The work on the improvement for thePublished July 19th, July 26th, Augus' Payment Bonds in the full amount of the job Commercial Road - Green Acres will 2nd, 2017 contract, be completed by November 1st, 2017. Contracts shall be awarded on the The Owner reserves the right to reject (July 19, July 26, and Aug 2, 2017) Notice to Creditors NOTICE FOR BIDS Park River Area School District #8 is accepting bids for snow removal of the West Parking Lot of the High School for 2017-2018. Each bid shall be plainly marked "Bid" and ad- dressed to the Business Manager, Park River Area High School, P.O. Box 240, Park River, ND 58270. Bids will be Opened at 10:00 a.m. on August 15, 2017, in the Superintendent's Office at the Park River Area High School. Snow removal should be completed by 7:00 a.m. Contract will run from September 1,2017 to Au- gust 31,2018. Dated at Park River this 18th day of July, 2017. By Order of the Board of Education Roberta Hinkel, Business Manager NOTICE FOR BIDS Park River Area School District #8 is accepting bids for gasoline and diesel fuel for school vehi- cles to be filled at the pump. Each bid shall be plainly marked "Bid" and ad- dressed to the Business Manager, Park River Area High School, P.O. Box 240, Park River, ND 58270. Bids will be opened at 10:00 a.m. on August 15, 2017, in the Superintendent's Office at the Park River High School. The Board of Education reserves the right to split the bids or to reject any or all bids and to buy to the best interest of the school. Contracts will run from September 1,2017 to August 31, 2018. Dated at Park River the 18th day of July, 2017. By Order of the Board of Education Roberta Hinkel, Business Manager IN THE DISTRICT COURTOF 95th Way, Suite B106, Scottsdale AZ WALSH COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA 85258, personal representative of the estate or filed with the Court. In the Matter of the Estate of Cecil H. Rollefstad, Deceased Probate No. 50-2017-PR-00031 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Dated this 22nd day of June, 2017. Gary Rollefstad Personal Representative NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Wes. R. Welch undersigned has been appointed Wes R. Welch, PC personal representative of the above POBox 107 estate. All persons having claims against 201 Briggs Ave. S. the said deceased are required to present Park River, ND 58270 their claims within three months after the (701)284-7833 date of the first publication or said claims Attorney for Gary Rollefstad will be forever barred. Claims must be 3resented to Gary Rollefstad, 9332 N. (July 26, Aug 2, and Aug. 9, 2017)