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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 2014 Pa e 7 UNIVERSITY OF Nq)RTH DAKOTA students earn Academic Achievement Scholarships GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Sev- eral area students have earned Ac- ademic Achievement Scholarships from the University of North Dako- ta. Scholarship recipients are as follows: Enrique Balderas of Grafton, N.D., received an Academic Achievement Scholarship from the University of North Dakota for the 2014-2015 academic year. Balderas, son of Enrique and Mar- ta Balderas, graduated from Grafton High School and plans to attend UND in the fall. Torin Heidt ofGrafton, N.D., re- ceived an Academic Achievement received an Academic Achieve- Anna Rand of Park River, N.D., Scholarship from the University ment Scholarship from the Uni- received an Academic Achieve- of North Dakota for the 2014-2015 versity of North Dakota for the ment Scholarship from the Uni- academic year. Heidt, son of Robert 2014-2015 academic year. Deutz, versity of North Dakota for the and Trina Heidt, graduated from daughter of Darrell and Liane 2014-2015 academic year. Rand, Grafton High School and plans to Deutz, graduated from Minto High daughter of Cheryl Harlow, gradu- attend UND in the fall. School and plans to attend UND in ated from Park River High School Kole Hermanson of Grafton, the fall. and plans to attend UND in the fall. N.D., received an Academic Zachary Nelson of Grafton, Achievement Scholarship from the N.D., received an Academic Academic Achievement Schol- University of North Dakota for the Achievement Scholarship from the arships are awarded to students 2014-2015 academic year. Her- University ofNorth Dakota for the based on high school GPA and manson, son of Jeff and Jolene 2014-2015 academic year. Nelson, ACT/SAT scores. This scholarship Hermanson, graduated from Graffon son of Brent and Becky Nelson, is intended to honor and reward stu- High School and plans to attend graduated from Park River High dents who contribute to enhancing UND in the fall. School and plans to attend UND in UND as vibrant and connected Emily Deutz of Grafton, N.D., the fall. learners. UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA Park River grad starts journey to become doctor of medicine GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Seventy-eight ercise science, forensic science, French, geog- on the students' new roles and expectations of first-year medical students, members of the raphy, health science, honors, mathematics, them as health care professionals. Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) Class of 2018, medical laboratory science, microbiology, mu- Orientation concludes with the White Coat have started their journey to become physicians sic, nutritional sciences, philosophy, political Sci- Ceremony at 5 p.m., Aug. 8, in the Alerus Cen- at the University of North Dakota School of Med- ence, premed, psychology, Spanish, theology, ter Ballroom, 1200 S. 42nd St., in Grand Forks. icine and Health Sciences. Students are formally women's studies, and zoology. Some of the stu- Students receive their first white coats, physicians' inducted at the school's White Coat Ceremony. dents already hold advanced degrees, including traditional garment, which have been donated by The students, 47 men and 31 women include master's degrees in architecture, operations Maxwell Otto of Park River, N.D. management, systematic theology, electrical the North Dakota Medical Association, and they , They come to medical school with work ex- engineering, and global medicine. One student will recite the Oath of Hippocrates, an ancient perience in an array of fields and academic de- holds a doctoral degree in pharmacy,vow to uphold basic professional principles. Each grees in air traffic control, ancient studies, an- Medical students' first week is dedicated to student will receive a lapel pin engraved with thropology, art, athletic training, biochemistry, orientation, including introduction to UND's, "Humanism in Medicine," which was donated biology, pre-health, cell and neuroscience, four-year, patient-centered curriculum, where ba- by theArnold R Gold Foundation. After the cer- chemistry, classics, communication studies, sic and clinical sciences are taught in the con- emony, the school will host a picnic for students, computer engineering, environmental design, ex- text of patient cases. Special emphasis is placed family and friends in the Alems Center. LAKE REGION STATE COI,LEGE UNIVERSITY OF NORI"H DAKOTA UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKI ;TA Area students named to Spring President's Roll of Honor GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The University of North Dakota has re- leased its 2014 Spring Semester President's Roll of Honor. To qualify for the President's Roll of Honor, a student must have an overall cumulative grade point average of 3.80 or higher. The student must also have earned a minimum of 30 semester hours and have completed a minimum of 12 hours at the close of the semester, eight of which must be fore traditional letter grades. The list is organized alphabetically by hometown and students' names: Adams - William Bata, Michael Haukaas; Drayton - Kelton Karboviak; Edinburg - Sadie Sondeland; Edmore - Katerina Hoime; Forest River - Taylor Schlenk, Benjamin Woods; Grafton - Stephanie Johnson, Sydney Johnson, Joan Kerian, Christopher Seeba; Ha/ pden Amber L0gie, Cassie Logie; Hoople 2 Jared Estad, Kaci Phelps; Minto - Ramae Norton; Park River - Taylor Lehar. UND releases names of Deans List honorees for spring semester GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The University of North Dakota has re- leased its 2014 Spring Semester Deans List honorees. The list comprises students whose grade point averages are in the top 15 percent of the enrollment in each of the University's degree-granting colleges and schools. A student must have completed no fewer than 12 semester hours of academic work for the semester, of which eight or more hours must be graded work rather than "satisfactory/unsatisfactory." The list is organized alphabetically by hometown and names: Adams - Michael Haukaas; Drayton - Kelton Karboviak; Dunn Cen- ter - Luke Gaugler; Edinburg - Sadie Sondeland; Edmore - Katerina Hoime; Fordville - Danielle Corder; Forest River - Taylor Schlenk, Benjamin Woods; Gilby - Mandy Cronquist; Grafion - Jennifer Hartje, Stephanie JohnsoT, Sydney Johnson, Joan Kerian, Christopher Seeba; Hampden - Amber ogie, Cassie Logie; Hoople - Kaci Phelps; Michigan - Alexan- der Kroce; Minto - Ross Dunnigan. Area students named to spring semester President's Honor Roll VALLEY CITY, N.D. -- Valley City State University has released its President's Honor Roll for spring semester 2014. The President's Honor Roll recognizes students who completed 12 se- mester hours or more with a grade point average of 4.0. The following area students have been named to the Honor Roll: Andrew J. Evenson of Edinburg Wade Michael Haugen of Grafion Edinburg student named to Dean's List for Spring Semester MAYVILLE, N.D. -- Dr. Kei- Dean's List, each student has at- th Stenehjem, Vice President for Ac- tamed a grade point average of 3.50 ademic Affairs at Mayville State or higher and has successfully com- University, announces that the fol- pleted a minimum of 12 graded lowing students have been listed on credit hours of regular academic the Dean's List for the Spring Se- credit from Mayville State. mester of 2014 at Mayville State Students receiving this university University. honor are listed below: In order to be named to the Tina Nygard, Edinburg, ND Local students named to Dean's List and President's List DEVILS LAKE, N.D. -- Lake Region State College has released its honor lists for Spring 2014. Students who maintained a 4.00 grade point average are named to the President's list. Students who ma'lntained high academic standings between 3.25 and 4.00 are named to the Dean's list. The following students were named to the LRSC President's List: Courmey E Myers from Hampden, ND John E Nienhuis from Lawton, ND Molly Arlene Nienhuis from Lawton, ND Allyssa Reeves from Michigan, ND Lake Region State College Dean's List for Spring 2014: Ashtin Cynthia Freije from Edmore, ND Travis John Mettler from Mountain, ND Sheyanne M Jerome from Park River, ND Grafton grad named to Deans List BEMIDJI, Minn. -- Peter Hills of Grafton has earned a spot on the Dean's list from Bemidji State Uni- versity at the conclusion of the 2014 Spring Semester. i Located in noah central Min- nesota, Bemidji State University en- rolls 5000 students in over 13 pro- grams on the graduate level. I Reachallof Ii lorth Dakota I, with Your classified ad will appear inall90 N0dh Dak0ta daily and weekly newspapers for only ICall your newspaper or 1 66,685,8889 fordetails HELP WANTED PINNACLE OF STANLEY / Tioga ND is seeking a qualified CEO/General Manager. This is a successful retail / bulk energy, and agronomy cooperative with sales of $200 million with two retail locations. Financial and personal manage- ment experience is required. Email: larry.fuller@chsinc.com or fax (888- 653-5527) resume to: Larry Fuller, 5213 Shoal Drive, Bismarck ND 58503. WEST RIVER VETERINARY Clinic is taking applications for a business manager. Job entails in- ventory management, account man- agement, payroll & human resources. Includes retirement, va- cation, health insurance. Contact or send cover letter to: 106 2nd Av- enue NW, Hettinger, ND, 58639; 701-567-4333. THE NORTH DAKOTA Stock- men's Association is immediately seeking full- and part-time brand in- spectors to service various auction markets and scales. Inspectors in- spect livestock to determine owner- ship. For information, call or email (701) 223-2522 or smisek@nd- stockmen.org. LIDGERWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOL in SE North Dakota is seeking applicants for High School Language Arts Teacher. Position be- gins in August 2014. Requires ND Teaching Credentials. Call 701-538- 7341 or email Jeremy.Popp.2@sendit.nodak.edu CAVALIER COUNTY MEMO- RIAL Hospital in Langdon wants to hire an experienced Family Nurse Practitioner to work FT in its outpa- tient clinic. Attractive salary and ben- efit package offered. Application deadline Aug. 15th. EOE. Contact Carol at 701-256-6127 or email car- olw@ccmhnd.com. HEALTHcARE JOBS: Now hir- ing: RN's, LPN's/LVN's, CNA's, Med Aides. $2,000 Bonus - Free Gas. Call AACO at 800-656-4414 Ext. 54. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - LAKE Region State College, Dev- ils Lake Fulltime, full benefits. Salary $26,600-$32,000, depending on experience. For more information see our website at Irsc.edu. LET'S HAVE A conversation about starting a great career! CROP ADJUSTERS: RURAL Community Insurance Services (RCIS), a Wells Fargo company and a leader in the crop insurance industry, currently has Crop Adjuster positions avail- able. Incumbent will office out of their home in the territory. Incum- bent will possess 6+ months of agri- culture related experience or agri- culture related education. Some physical requirements. Reliable means of transportation with the ability to travel. Will possess strong verbal communication skills and strong customer service skills. To apply, visit www.wellsfargo.com/ca- reers and search for: Territory: Southwest North Dakota - Requisi- tion #3860627 /#5018570. Territory: East Central North Dakota - Requi- sition #5019829. Territory: North West North Dakota - Requisition #5018581. Learn more about Rural Community Insurance Services at RCIS.com. Relevant military experi- ence is considered for veterans and transitioning service men and women. Wells Fargo is an Affirma- tive Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Dis- abled/Veteran. 2014 Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. All rights reserved. Member FDIC. HEFTY SEED HAS an agron- omy/sales position available in cen- tral North Dakota. The right candidate will be experienced, self- motivated and professional. Position entails sales of chemical, fertilizer, and seed in addition to agronomy services and support. Excellent compensation package including competitive salary, health insurance and vacation time. Minimum 4 yrs experience necessary. If interested, call Chad at 701-962-3343 or Jamie at 701-734-5866 or email resume to chad.weckerly@heftyseed.com NOW HIRING... * Waterproofing Installers/Foreman * Spray Foam In- staller Carpenter * Drilling/Equip- ment Operator * Concrete Products Foreman. Overnight travel during the week required. Qualifications in- clude 3-5 years' experience in con- struction and Class A license preferred. Must pass pre-employ- ment drug screen and background check. PTO, health and dental in- surance plus 401k available. Come join a TEAM that is the leader in the industry! For more information visit www.innovativebasementsys- terns.corn * Resumes can be emailed to: jobs@innovativebase- mentsystems.com CONCRETE LABORERS, and finishers. Hiring immediately. Excel- lent pay, benefits and new equip- ment to work with. Prime Concrete, 701-642-1393, Wahpeton, ND. WANTED: FULL-TIME TECHNI- CIAN/Watershed Coordinator - Multi-faceted position working with agricultural producers. Will provide training. Contact the Grant County Soil Conservation District, 622-3381 Ext 114 or send applications to PO Box 257, 103 Dakota St., Carson, ND 58529. CENTRAL N.D. DIRT and field drain tile contractor seeking de- pendable individual. Full time em- ployment. No long distance work. Sleep in your own bed. 701-341- 0454 / kingdom@daktel.com LOOKING FOR CLASS A drivers and equipment operators. Work is in the Edinburg and Devils Lake area. Call Steve at 701-993-8627. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY PROFITABLE NORTH DAKOTA businesses for sale by owners. Many types, sizes, locations, terms. $25K to $15M. Other states avail- able. www.BizSale.com Call 800- 617-4204. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values are at all-time highs! Contact Kevin Pifer 701-238-5810 (kpifer@pifers.com) for Free Farm- land Valuation Land Auctions & Farmland Management Services. www.pifers.com MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE 2007 FLHTCU Harley Davidson Ultra Classic, Pearl Black. 103 Cubic inch big bore. 14k mi. Acces- sories too numerous to mention. One owner, very nice. 701-590- 1084. FARM EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES FOR SALE ATTENTION FARMERS: FOR your Massey Ferguson combine parts, grain storage, hopper bottom bins, and grain dryers, contact Mack's Farm Center, Harvey, ND, 1- 800-498-4627. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE LOOKING FOR THE most com- plete listing of ND Media? ND Media Guide. Only $25! Call (701) 223- 6397, ND Newspaper AssociaUon. YOUR 25-WORD classified ad can now appear in every ND news- paper! Only $150! NorthSCAN is the answer. Contact your newspaper for placement. AUCTION TRACTORS, GUNS, SHOP, household auction; Sunday, August 17, 2014; 12 noon CT; 111 Elizabeth Avenue, Zap, ND Listing and Pic- tures www.wolffa uctioneers.com Call 701-983-4521 sale bill. 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 de- sign and tearsheets. Call the North Dakota Newspaper Association, (701) 223-6397.