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: AUGUST 1, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 5 Park River pair place in Rod and r &apos; - .Reel Rally cat fishing tournament Park00 River Fir00tD00pg0000t00aent DRAYTON, N.D. -- Ronald : and Stephanie Line of Park River ; took seventh and eighth places in Photos: Submitted Top: Ronald Line of Park River placed seventh in the tournament. Be- low: Stephanie Line came in at eighth. The dif- ference be- tween either catch was .07 Ibs. p.w the Whopper category in Drayton's Rod & Reel Rally catfishing tournament held Satmday, July 21, at Hastings Landing Recreation Area. Ronald weighed in a 17.52 lb. 36-inch channel catfish and Stephanie caught a 17.43 lb. 34- inch cat. Each won $100. Complete results ale below. Whoppers: First: Mike Kostrzewski (Crookston, MN) 20.80 lb. Second: Brooks Pederson (West Fargo, ND) 19.58 lb. Third: Reece Henrickson (Stephen, MN) 19.09 lb. Fourth: Brenda Koch (Billings, MT.) 18.91 lb. Fifth: Mya Ganssle (Grand Forks, ND) 18.43 lb. Sixth: Jared Schuster (Duluth, MN) 18.35 lb. Seventh: Ronald Line (Park River, ND) 17.52 lb. Eighth: Stephanie Line (Park River, ND) 17.45 lb. Slot Fish: First: Scott Mathison (rural East Grand Forks, MN) 4.73 lb. Second: Hunter Andel (Breckenridge, MN) 4.67 lb. Third: Brooks Pederson (West Fargo, ND) 4.42 lb. Weenie (smallest fish): Braeden Weimer (Hallock, MN) 7.00" in length Photo: Submitted The light bar was donated to the Park River Volunteer Fire Department from Valley Truck Parts in East Grand Forks, MN. PRVFD was drawn out of a bucket that included names of 32 fire departments. The drawing was held during the Red River Valley Motorcycle Show in Grand Forks, ND. The light bar will be used on a truck that the Fire Department is working on putting together to replace one of the older models. Above: Pictured are from left to right Douglas Runyan, Owner Valley Truck Parts, Bob Lundquist, President Park River Fire De- " /luatiqaIe Tractor Ride organizers announce partment, Steve Corcoran, Owner Valley Truck Parts. final participation numbers, prize winners V. y LANKIN, N.D. -- The 6th Annual Lankin Tractor 770 Miles was Larry Corah From Manhattan, Kan., Hancock Place Villa DeRemer Ride was a success with 75 registered tractors and and Most Unique Trailer Prize went to the Gary and $' Them°rethanweatherl00 riders on severaltrailers and hayrackS.was a little warm on the way back from Limosene.e" which was tho e,, receive N a tlona[ Register Plaques the ride to Pisek, but was enjoyed by all. Drivers and Several door prizes were given away to drivers, riders came from North Dakota, Minnesota, Colorado, Kansas, and Iowa. riders and the public, which were donated by area GRAFTON, N.D.---The Welsh After arriving back in Lankin, prizes were given to businesses. County Historic Preservation Com- mission (WCHPC) recently pre- the Youngest Driver- Dustin Gorde, Lakota, Oldest Francis and Mafilyn Praska want to thank every- sented Tami Egeland, Property Driver-Leo Bosh of Lankin, Furthest Driver traveling one fbr participating in the ride. _ Manager for Hancock Place and Villa DeRemer with bronze Na- C ,.]RI ON ........ 'iO]fll .... pllkG , 1[, ................. .......... ... ,...,v,. ,,,, ::iqnfl{rr Remster laques :for, he .... ,  ; ,  ' .  { ff r , ....  .... , ; :tares. Bothtructures are lo- statement was used in AOA's lob- tive status upon graduation. Her Optometrist of the Year Award in cated on the we,f;ide of Grailbn, bying efibrts to define the Essential mission was to activate students to 2003. Welsh County, North Dakota and Pediatric Vision Benefit in Health leave Optometry better than the A 1989 graduate of Pacific Uni- are located on the campus of the verst Colle -e off'to .... an a a formerGraffon State School. Care Reform as an eye exam in- way they found it. ' ty s ,.q, ,,c, • u _ . Hancock Place (North A Build stead of a simple screening. Prior to her election to the board, former resident at the American She also was the first board Dr. Carlson was the first female Lake and Seattle Veterans Admin- ing) was constructed in 1912. At- member to travel to all twenty president of the North Dakota Op- istration hospitals, Dr. chitects were the ttancock Broth- schools and colleges of Optometry tometric Association (NDOA). Carlson alld her husband, Mark ere. North A was the third major during her terms as President-Elect She has remained active in her state Helgeson, O.D., own Heartland building to be erected at the school and President. Hertour, knownas association whenever asked to Eye Care in Park River and and was the first structure intcnded Dori's 20/20 Tour, helped raise help. Graflon, N.D. where she has con- to house residents and staff mere- awareness of the impolance tbr Her North Dakota colleagues tinued to see patients when not rep- bers with a planned capacity of 100 students to transition their mem- awarded her the Young Optometrist resenting the American Optometric beds. A $70,000 appropriation by bership from student status to ac- of the Year Award in 1994 and the Association. the 1911 Legislature covered both constructing and equipping the structure. Contractor was C.H. Photo: Submitted Johnsou & Co. of Fargo. ITD Don't miss The North B Building (Villa Above: Front row, left to right Charles Stewart, Vern Russum, Ber- DeRemer) was built as a dorni- nice Flanagan, Tami Egeland, Keith Bylin; Second Row: Dennis a n i ss u e tory or ward building on the north Markusen, Leo Feltman edge of the campus. It was built to 284 6333 housemaleclients. The1921Leg-by Metroplains, hlc. andtotally in partwithlaederalfundsfromthe -- islature appropriated $100,000 for renovated into beautiful, modem National Park Service, United this facility and the structure was apartments. However, the archi- States Department of the Interior, built in 1923. Architect was Joseph tectural integrity of the structures and administered by the State His- p.o. Box 49 Bell DeRemer; contractor was was maintained, torical Society of North Dakota. Redlinger &Hansen of Wahpeton. Tile purchase of the National The local match portion was paid Park River, ND 58270 The structures were purchased Register Plaque has been financed by Metroplains, Inc. cable big. the show. They charge big fees requirements on channel placement of ], and have virtually no service-quality y increasing their pricing. '67 f Po r's C e oo la ableTVrat ismadeupof programming €osts. o account for about 30  of our costs. 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