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ii~~ -~:~ ~: :!? i:~ ~i ii SINGLE COPY $1.00 VOL. 133 ISSUE 6 PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 2015 Above: Toews workers tie rebar in the tloor of the new Park River Dental off e along Highway 17 in Pad( River. Photo: Larry Bid i By Allison Olimb The stops include: of The Press MOTHER DAUGHTER GAR- GRAFTON, N.D. -- This Au- DEN - Mary and Mary Dvorak and gust a group of Grafton gardeners Geneva Flaaskog- 810 and 822 Kitt- are joining together to showcase their son yards and benefit a good cause. On A YOUNG MAN'S GARDEN Tuesday, Aug. 18, there will be a - Casey Moe - 313 W. 5th St. Garden Tour in Grafton from 4 to 8 GARDEN and GLASS - Peggy p.m. Tickets are $10 and proceeds and John Bartunek - 929 McHugh will benefit the Walsh County Food Avenue Pantry. A FAIRY GARDEN - Ruth and Peggy Bartunek said that her LeonardUnruh-238 12th St. West friend, Mary Dvorak, stopped by one PLENTY OF SHADE - Eleanor night and said, "We should have a and Harry Iverson - 841 Griggs Ave garden tour!" (Access on 9th Street) Peggy said that it has been a few PLANTING, PLACING and PRUNING - Gmfton Floral - 945 years since Grafton has had a gar- Summit Avenue (Presentations den tour. "Itwas formerly sponsored by a every half hour beginning at 4:00 high school group but that teacher has taken a new job so there hasn't Grafcon gardens been a tour for awhile." The plan grew from there. Co/ ] Kige 6 By Allison Oiimb of The Press EDINBURG, N.D. -- Brandon Kartes of Edinburg, N.D., will be go- ing back to college this fall and he can't wait to read his textbooks. As a blind man, Brandon has become very good at adapting to his sur- roundings, but he now has been equipped with an advanced tech- nology system called OrCam, which will be adapting his surroundings for him. Brandon said that last spring his Vocational Rehabilitation counselor Frank Strom told him about this new wearable technology that can "see" for him. Frank connected Brandon with a man named Stan Mosser, a low-vi- sion specialist from Minot. He came to Brandon and did an evaluation and some paperwork. Within 10 days, Brandon's reading abilities changed dramatically. He got the Or- Cam glasses in April a month before his spring semester at Lake Region State College in Devils Lake got out for the summer. He said that the Photo: Larry Bid glasses take some getting used to, but with one semester left toward get- ting his Associate of Arts degree in administrative assistant with med- ical option, he really is looking forward to class. Brandon, a 2012 graduate of Valley-Edinburg, said that he hopes to find an internship opportunity locally after graduation this December before jumping into his future career as a medical coder. Brandon said that the technolo- gy came from back up cameras for cars. The company, based out of Jerusalem, was founded in 2010. He- brew University Professor Amnon Shashua founded the driver safety system Mobileye and aoapted it to identify more complex images on a small platform to develop OrCam. The way it works is that Brandon points to the text and the camera in his glasses takes the image and sends it to the small computer Brandon's glasses Cont. page 5 COnSMITIE See page 2 toearn wimhotmrs See page 7 "If you've never experienced the joy of accomplishing more than you can imagine, plant a garden" Robert Brault Words of canning wisdom See page 4 r'son takes hockey skills to NY See page 8