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AUGUST 7, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 9 MILWAUKEE -- Carmen (Berg) Bergom, M.D., Ph.D., re- cently completed her physician res- idency training in radiation oncol- ogy at the Medical College of Wis- consin in Milwaukee. She has ac- cepted a faculty position at the Medical College of Wisconsin in the Department of Radiation Oncology. There she will practice clinical ra- diation oncology treating breast cancer patients, and she will lead a research lab studying novel tumor suppressors in breast cancer. Carmen attended Walhalla Pub- lic School until her sophomore year, and graduated from East Grand Forks Senior High School in 1994. She completed undergrad- uate degrees in Biology and Chem- ical engineering at the Massachu- setts Institute of Technology in 1998. She subsequently received a Linked to Locals Master's of Philosophy Degree in Epidemiology from the University of Cambridge in the United King- dam in 1999. She then completed M.D. and Ph.D. degrees at the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2008. During her graduate school she received a number of honors and awards including the P.E.O. Schol- ar Award and Resident Research Awards. In addition she received grants from a number of sources to fund her research. Carmen is married to Michael Bergom, originally from Grand Forks, who is a general surgeon in the Milwaukee area. They have three daughters, Breya (8), Isabel (6), and Tess (1). Carmen is the daughter of Steve and Jody Berg (East Grand Forks, MN), and she is the granddaughter of Hazel Berg and Dede Longtin of Walhalla. Also, a niece ofLeona Walstad of Park Riv- er and Harvey and Glenna Tal- lackson of rural Grafton. BISMARCK, N.D. -- Notice of Accident Law Changes Motorists who strike a deer or other undomesticat- ed animal no longer need to report the crash to law en- forcement if the crash results in property damage only, regardless of the amount of damage to the vehicle. The driver may proceed to their home if the vehicle is able to be driven. All crashes involving an injury still need to be re- ported. Law enforcement will respond to the scene when requested to provide assistance or when the vehicle has been disabled. Vehicle Inspection Law Change The North Dakota Highway Patrol will no longer be inspecting salvaged motor vehicles. These inspec- tions had been completed for motor vehicles for which a salvage certificate of title had been issued and the owner wants to obtain a regular certificate of title. According to the new section of law, these vehicle in- spections are to be completed by a business that is reg- istered with the secretary of state, is in good standing, and offers motor vehicle repair to the public. In addition to salvaged motor vehicles, interested businesses will be able to inspect vehicle identification numbers, trailers, mobile homes, off-highway vehicles, scooters, mopeds, and low-speed vehicles. This new change will allow the various inspections to be completed by trained professionals, providing for safer vehicles driven on our roadways. Driving Without Liability Insurance Law Changes The North Dakota Highway Patrol reminds citizens that it's against the law to drive without liability in- surance and motorists must carry proof of insurance in their vehicles. The 63rd Legislative Assembly changed the law re- garding driving without liability insurance. Currently, a driver stopped for a violation has 20 days to provide proof of insurance if they are unable to locate proof in their vehicle. Drivers must show proof of insurance in written or electronic format. There will no longer be a 20-day pe- riod to provide proof of insurance. Instead, the driver will be cited with driving without liability insurance. Proof of insurance can be provided to the applicable office of the court and that person would not be con- victed or assessed any administration fee. AMES, Iowa i On Monday, July 22, Agriculture Secretary Tom V'llsack announced that the U.S. De- partment of Agriculture (US])A) will accept 1.7 million acres off d under the 45th Conservation Re- serve Program (CRP) general s up. The Deparanent received n ly 28,000 offers on more than million acres of land, demons CRP's continuing appeal as on our nation's most successful untary programs for soil, w and wildlife conservation. Ul Vilsack's leadership, USDA enrolled nearly 12 million acr new CRP contracts since Currently, there are more than'. million acres enrolled on 700. contracts. "For 27 years, lands in REAL ESTATI PROPERTY Date: Friday, Au! Lo ti a Mi!ton, D,).Froz 39 add mile east: From M then 5 have helped to conserve our nation's resources and played a part in mit- igating climate change," said Vii- sack. "American farmers and ranch- ors continue to recognize the im- portance of protecting our nation's ign- most environmentally sensitive land ear- by enrolling in CRP. As the com- 1.9 modities produced by our farmers ting and ranchers continue to perform e of strongly in the marketplace - sup- gol- porting one out of every twelve jobs ter,here in the United States - it is no lder surprise that American producers has continue to recognize the importance .s inof protecting our nation's most an- )09. vironmentally sensitive land by en- .6.9rolling in CRP." 000 In addition to today's announce- ment, over the last four years, USDA has set aside significant E AND PERSONAL dOVING AUCTION ust 16, 2013- 11:00 AM !,Osnabrock, ND+.8 miles south on Cry. iron, ND. 4 mile west on 66 to Cry. 39 nile south and east Owner: Ronald Watt 701,496-3377 or 701-331-0888 Auctioneers Note: Ron's wife ust passed away and he has decided to sol out and move to town. Many e: ccellent opportunities on this sale. Plan now to attend. Lunch Will be served! - Farm King 3 pt P.T.O. twin auger 2 stage snow blower w/hyd, chute REAL ESTATE (Farm Stead) - 3 bedroom one bathroom farm home. unfinished basement, attached double garage w/new overhead automatic doors, out buildings include 24'x50' storage shed, 24'x30' heated shop, 28 'x48' storage shed w/full cement floor, 14'x14' overhead door. Note: this is a beautiful farmstead situated in an excellent location If you are looking for a farm place, be sure to attend this auction. SHOP TOOLS, CHAIN SAW AND RELATED ITEMS - Engine stand on wheels - Remington portable forced air Knipco heater - Portable Sandbom upright air compressor on wheels - NCG arc welder - Welding stand w/vise - Wooden work bench - Stihl MS180c chain saw, new con& - Portable air tank - Oxy acetylene torch set (no tanks) - Misc. shop supplies, etc - Set jack stands - Car ramps (heavy duty) Real Estate Sales Auctions Farm and Ranch Management Appraisal Oil and Gas Management Lake Management National Hunting Leases TRACTORS AND TRAILER - JD 4020 tractor, 8 speed Syncro, full equipped w/48 JD loader (sell together), new tires, factory 3pt. cab, adj., front & rear axles, dual P.T.O., nice tractor - Ford 8N, 3pt, P.T.O., new tires, supe~ nice tractor - Tandem axle flatbed factory built car trailer, bumper hitch, nice shape 3 PT EQUIPMENT - Farm King 5' 3pt P TO finishing mower, nice - 3 pt cultivator for 8N Visit our websites at www, gl0balauctioguide.c0m or c Dakota Auctionem Uc. 508, 525 M (701) -4224 YOUR NORTH CENTRAL CAMPER, BOAT, GENERATOR - 1998 26 ~/~ Jayco Eagle 5th wheel camper, one large slide out, rear kitchen, full bathroom, carpets like new, - 16' MirroCraft boat w/60 HP Evinrude, shorelander trailer, motor questionable - 6000 watt generator w/11 HP Honda engine OTHER MISC - JD model 37 sickle mower w/7' bar - 3pt 1 bag cement mixer - 2 bottom pull type JD plow - 6 wheel rake, not good shape - Body parts for F-120 Freightliner truck - 500 gal propane tank - (2) gas tanks on stands - Home made 5th wheel dolly HOUSEHOLD & COLLECTOR - Antique Roadmaster women's bike - Glassware, possibly some old - Many other misc. household items not listed all the Auction Company for a sale bill. s, Larry Swenson, Owner St., Condo ND 58324 :e or (701)-303-0379 Cell NORTH DAKOTA AUCTION LEADER acreage under CRP's Continuous an- from washing into waterways, re- rollment programs to target habitat duce soil erosion that may otherwise conservation on especially impor- contribute to poor air and water tant lands. For example, in March, quality, and provide valuable habi- 2012, President Obama dedicated I tat for wildlife. In 2012, CRP helped million acres of CRP to Continuous to reduce nitrogen and phosphorous Enrollment Programs to conserve losses from farm fields by 605 rail- wetlands, grasslands and wildlife, lion pounds and 121 million pounds This year, farmers and ranchers respectively. CRPhas restored more have already offered more than than two million acres of wetlands 370,000 acres under Continuous and associated buffers and reduces CRP signup, a figure that is im- soil erosion by more than 300 mil- pressive given that the lack of a lion tons per year. CRP also provides Farm Bill extension last fall meant $2.0 billion annually to landowners- that CRP enrollment only reopened dollars that make their way into lo- this spring in May. Lack of a cam- cal economies, supporting small prehensive Farm Bill this year has businesses and creating jobs. resulted in uncertainty for achieving In addition, CRP sequesters more further enrollment objectives under carbon dioxide than any other con- continuous CRP. servation program in the country, CRP is a voluntary program that and also reduces both fuel and far- allows eligible landowners to re- tilizer use. Yearly, CRP results in car- calve annual rental payments and ban sequestration equal to taking al- cost-share assistance to establish most 10 million cars offthe road. long-term, resource-conservingcov- USDA selected offers for an- ors on eligible farmland throughout rollment based on an Environmen- the duration of their I 0 to 15 year tal Benefits Index (EBI) comprised contracts, of five environmental factors plus Under CRP, farmers and ranch- east. The five environmental factors ors plant grasses and trees in fields are: (1) wildlife enhancement, (2) and along streams or rivers. The water quality, (3) soil erosion, (4) en- plantings prevent soil and nutrients during benefits, and (5) air quality. Thursday, August 15, at 10:00 AM at the Alerus Center, 1200 42nd Street South in Grand Forks, North Dakota Located northeast of Veseleviile in a very productive area Fairly level tillable acres with gravel road access along north side Mature tree shelterbelts on western and southern borders For property details, contact: Jayson Menke, Agent Andy Gudajtes, Agent Grand Forks, North Dakota Phone: (218) 779-1293 Phone: (218) 779-7305 MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT 4-Person Scramble August 10, 2013 Hilicrest Country Club Park River, ND Registration - ] 0:00 a.m. Tee-Off - 11:00 a.m. Steak Dinner - 5:00 p.m. $75/Person Entry Fee Entry fee includes green fees, contests, and steak dinner after the tournament. A BBQ lunch wit/be available for purchase at the club house. Additional steak dinner tickets may be purchased for 525, Four person mixed scramble format 18 holes of golf Mulligans available - Cash payout Contests Door prizes Fun family event! Register at: For questions emoih djngolf~,-~polarcom re.corn To reserve a cart contact: Hillcrest Country Club - 70! 284.6733 ~ J. Niemann Scholarship Fund t HOOPLE -- Football equip- ment and uniform handout for Grades 7-12, will be held on Thurs- day, August 8 from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm at the school in Hoopla. You must have your physical form completed and signed and your concussion form signed before you can practice. NDSAA guide- lines state that all student athletes are required to have a physical exami- nation prior to participating each school year. North Dakota State Law mandates all athletes and par- ants review concussion policy in- formation prior to the athlete being able to participate in activities. The first practice for the 2013 Ti- m Football Teams will be 6:00 pm Wednesday, August 14 in Drayton for grades 7-12. plllllllllllllllllnllllll lllllnl in ii l~ I I I , O O I I I I I I I I I ~lllllllllllllllllllllll in I I I I I I I I I I I I I .g DIRECTOR OF NURSING Pembilier Nursing Center in Walhalla, ND is currently taking applications for a full-time DiCector of Nursing. We are a 30 bed skilled care and 8 bed basic care licensed facility. Qualified RN candidates must have long-term care experience and knowledge of long-term regulatory issues as well as strong management and communication skills to lead our dedicated nursing staff. Position includes full benefits. Applicants may apply on our website at: or pick up an application at 500 Delano Ave, Walhalla ND, 58282 (701) 549-3831 : :ar ets oov e, otw -for 6695 135th Ave NE Park River, ND 9 5:00 - 7:00pm