Newspaper Archive of
Walsh County Press
Park River , North Dakota
Lyft
August 13, 2014     Walsh County Press
PAGE 11     (11 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 11     (11 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 13, 2014
 

Newspaper Archive of Walsh County Press produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




., :/; i  &apos;: := <;i:':i I::Y/. <:: A.;;',. i: :..%./i,:., )/, @ ,/:, SPORTS THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST I 3, 2014 Page II I I II III I PR takes third at State The 2014 State B Babe Ruth Tour- nament in New Rockford, N.D. was off to a good start for Park River. With a final score of 10-0 the Pirates shut down Burlington and moved on to Valley City where Park River came out on top with 19 runs to Val- ley City's 2. However, the Pirates struggled against Enderlin who held Park River to a 0-6 score. They then moved on to play Tl'npson and again remained scoreless. The Valley-Edinburg ahun part of University of Northwestern mer/s baskelt00 record year, excdling in academics ST. PAUL -- Four University of Northwestem men's basket- ball players were part of a record year for the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), earning a place on the 2013-2014 Honors Court, which recognizes men's basketball student-athletes who excelled in academics d' the past season, Shep- of 25-7. Top: Back Row (left to right): Nick Thompson, Trent Carl- son, Bryce Wood, Tom Magnusson, Linden Wood, Adam Swanson, Steven Thompson, Will Magnus- son, Adam Zavalney, Coach Brent Zimmerman. Front Row (left to right): Will Gaarder, Nathan Zaval- ney, W ..... ,jacob Em i:i , Charlie ! amnce at the tournament in 50 years. om Right: Bat boy Jame- son Erovik, son of Kyra and Perry , Erovik, sits patiently at his post at Photos: Submitted the State tournament. Maan13 Wis./Valley Christian), Matt Watnemo (Moorhead, Min- nesota/Moorhead High School) and Eric Witthus (Chanhassen, Minn./Chanhassen) - all juniors - represented the Eagles on the list. Photo: www.unweagles.com In addition to being a junior or sen- ior on their squad's varsity roster, Above: #23 Thomas Shephard of Shephard, Van Maanen, Watnemo Crystal.  Wihus also met the aw:; z,  t, klnrthwestem was !;. bf having a cumulative " ......... ' "'.""- - , I':->;: ':" ..... , .,., 'also honored with the NABC s ,. (. !m averagtA) ozJ z i,," : ' -,, __. : TeamAcadenuc Excellence Award ,i:eaa 2Oi:- for the second year in a row. To ii: earn the team award, the Eagles \\;_.:.\: : maintained a group cumulative   lges and  GPA of 3.0 or better for the 2013- earned NABC Honors Court dis- 2014 year. In order to be nomi- tinction. Shephard is majoring in busi- ness, while Van Maanen and Wit- thus are both studying kinesiolo- gy. Watnemo is a social studies ed- ucation major. Shephard, Van Maanen and nated for the award, an institution must count the grade point aver- ages of all team members com- peting during the season. North- western's team GPA of 3054 was tops among the Eagles' UMAC foes. . Watnemowereallnamedscholar- After going 16-12 in 2013- ...... ' ' athletes by the Nal Christian 2014 and winning a UMAC reg- LEGAL NOTIC0000 ...... . , C.ttdeticAssociaion(NC* ular season championship forthe . . h  . , .' iSi".',".iS:.-. ,:i . ::: .: }.Apfil, In Slphad 1 lth time in 14 years, Northwest- THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST I 3 20t4: " , i : : w=:of,.:: em will start to prepare for the up- ............. ;  1:l::' ......... 27".?:::::::::/: :: ..... ::-?'!',est Athletic C:'ing 2014-2015 year begin- ence's (UMAC) Academic AI1- ning in October. UNW has won Valley-Edinburg District #118 Board Of Education Meeting VALLEY-EDINBURG DISTRICT #118 BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING TUESDAY, 7:00 PM JULY 15, 2014 EDINBURG, ND Roll call taken by Darrel Pastorek, Board President. Present: Darrel Pastorek, Valley Edinburg School District #118 School Board President, Fred Hall, Dianne Goodoien, Mary Laxdal, ,and Janne Myrdal, School Board Members; absent: Andrew Gullickson-Dan Johnsson Superintendent John J. Oistad, III, HS Principal Michael Kaiser, Andy Currie Elementary Principal, Business Manager A. Eileen Rinde Meeting called to order by President Pastorek. APPROVAL OF MINUTES MSC: HalI-Myrdal to approve June, 2014 minutes Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous APPROVAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS Activities beginning balance is $$26,156.91-Month end balance $26,893.97 Hot Lunch beginning balance is $67,634.55- Month end balance $68,860.66 District General Fund Beginning Balance $1,562,077.48- Ending Balance $1,292,442.72 Special Reserve Fund Beginning Balance $34,178.96- Ending Balance $185,379.10 Building Fund beginning balance $308,676.31- Ending balance $277,758.38 Total District Cash: Flexible Spending Account 11,657.93 General Fund Checking 430,860.50 General Fund Savings 873,178.50 Special Reserve Fund 186,580.99 Building Fund Checking 274,789.72 Building Fund Savings Special Activities Checking 26,893.97 Hot Lunch Checking 68,860.66 Total Cash: 1,872,822.27 1/2 of Total Cash936,411.14 Less checking funds already at Citizens State Bank: Special Activities Checking (26,893.97) Hot Lunch Checking (68,860.66) Balance needed in Citizens 840,656.51 Savings Accounts: Less Current Savings Balance (873,178.50) Cash to be deposited $32,521.99 APPROVAL OF FINANCIAL REPORT MSC: LaxdaI-Goodoien to approve financial report and transfer of money from Citizen's to First United Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous to approve financial report REVIEW OF BILLS MSC: HalI-Laxdal to approve review of bills "Assuiiling a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS MSC: MyrdaI-Goodoien to raise substitute teacher pay to $125 for 2014- 2015 term Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous COMMITTEE REPORTS A. Curriculum/Personnel Supt. Oistad reported that Bill Nowatzki will be long-term sub for English this fall. Grade 5-8 Language Arts teachers will be attending training on new Language Arts curriculum-Journeys. B. Transportation Supt. Oistad, III reported that a patron is interested in bus driving, maintenance of district vehicles, etc; board directive was to visit with individual more concerning the aspect of expanding the duties. C. Buildings and Grounds Shed is done in Park River; this needs to be picked up and placed in Hoople. Project is going well in Crystal kitchen; and the Hoople kitchen will be having work later in the summer. D. Sports Coop Direction on how to do the FB scoreboard was asked for; it was decided that for the 2 games that are hosted in Hoople, the score board would be mounted on a scissor lift and stored between games. Coaches for the fall have been hired with the exception of Jr. High Football. Basketball coaches have not been announced. NEW BUSINESS A. 2013-2014 School District Financial Report and Report for Publication reviewed. MSC: Goodoien-Laxdal to approve 2013-2014 Financial Report and Report for Publication Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous B. MSC: HalI-Myrdal to pre-buy 35,000 gallons of propane from Northdale Oil for $1.519/gal Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous C. Seating of New Board Members Janne Myrdal took her oath of office for the 2014-2015 school year. Adjournment of 2012-2013 Term REORGANIZATION OF BOARD Election of Chairperson MSC: HalI-Myrdal to name Darrel Pastorek as president Pastorek declined nomination MSC: Pastorek-Myrdal to name Dan Johnson as president Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous Election of Vice-Chairperson MSC: LaxdaI-Goodoien to name Darrel Pastorek as vice president Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous Technology-Darrel Pastorek, Designation of Business Andrew Gullickson, and Mary Laxdal Manager Vocational-Dan Johnson with MSC: LaxdaI-Pastorek to designate A ""lr-ed Hall as alternate Eileen Rinde as business manager Transportation-Darrel Pastorek Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote and Mary Laxdal unanimous Building and Grounds-Darrel Act on of P edge of Pastorek Iztl Red Hell Secrities/Finartcial Depository .... i i: .  :.,, ::, CoopAndrew MSC: Goe(oien-Laxdal to authoriz tl)l'l'illrek : : , |he 5u. iness Manager topay all bills , i'.:,:..ns-Mary La) : subject to Superintendent approval for the FredlD'an Johnson .;L:: 2014-2015 school year M$: ioodoien-Myrdal approVa1,: '' Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous MSC: HalI-Laxdal to name General Fund depository as First United Bank, Hoople Branch and Citizens State Bank of Edinburg for hot lunch and activity fund depository and Money Market Account Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous Designation of Official Paper MSC: HalI-Goodoien to name Walsh County Press as official paper Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous Designation of Meeting time for Board Meetk-gs Next meeting will be August 5, 2014 in Crystal at 7:00 PM discussion on schedule for the remaining meetings will be determined at that time. Designation of Meeting Per Diem MSC: LaxdaI-Goodoien to approve mileage at 56; lodging at $74.70/night, meals at $7, $10.50, $17.50 ($35.00) Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous MSC: Pastorek-Myrdal meeting compensation at $60/meeting Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous APPROVAL OF MEMBERSHIP IN THE FOLLOWING: North Valley Career & Technology Center North Valley Technology Cooperative Pembina Special Education Cooperative Northern Red River Interactive Television Cooperative Pembina County Educators Association Walsh/Pembina Cooperative North Dakota School Boards Association MSC: Goodoien-Laxdal to approve policy manual maintenance contract to ' approve required policy. Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous Red River Valley Education Cooperative MSC: HalI-Myrdal approval of membership in the preceding list Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS Curriculum/Personnel -Dianne Goodoien, Dan Johnson and Janne Myrdal membership in the preceding list Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous CONSOLIDATED APPLICATION APPROVAL FOR 2014-2015 MSC: HalI-Goodoien approve authorization of Superintendent , John Oistad, III as authorized representative for Title 1 Part A. Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous MSC: LdalMyrdl arot authorization of SLoeintendent, John Oistad, Ifl as authorized representative for Ttle II Part A. Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote uri:U, 6oedoien-Laxdal approve authorization of Superintendent, John Oistad, III as authorized representative for Title II Part D. Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous MSC: MyrdaI-Hall approve authorization of Superintendent, John Oistad, III as authorized representative for Title IV part A Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous MSC: LaxdaI-Goodoien approve authorizatn  erintendent, John Oistad, III as ahorized representative for Reaped Funds. Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous MSC: HalI-Goodoien approve authorization of Superintendent, John Oistad, tHasauthorized representative for School Foo Services.  a roll-caU vote-Vote unanimous " MSC: LaxdaI-Myrdal to approve the consolidated application for Title 1, Title II part A, Title II part D, Title IV part A and Reaped funds. Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous Meeting was adjourned Darrel Pastorek, President A. Eileen Rinde, Business Manager AUGUST 5, 2014 NEXT SCHOOL BOARD MEETING N CRYSTAL AT 7:00 PM (Aug. 13, 2014) Conference release, which rec- ognizes individuals who carried a 3.5 GPA during their semester(s) of competition. four straight UMAC Tournament titles, advancing to the NCAA Division III Tournament each time. LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE II Part-time fully benefitted position. Work shift: NIGHTS 6 PM - 6: With weekend and holiday rotation. Provide observation & rirsi care of acute & chronically ill clients in DD facility. Rerble for unit medication administration, assisting with ip, edication assistant training and monitoring treatments, following nursing care plans, on site nursing assessments and quality control. Will provide health care instruction to clients on health care issues. Requires current licensure as a Licensed Practical Nurse by the North Dakota Board of Nursing or licensure in another state and meet the eligibility requirements for licensure in North Dakota and two years of work experience as a Licensed Practical Nurse. Salary range: $17.57 -$23.43 per hour. Will consider underfilling as a Licensed Practical .Num.e ata sary of $15,92-1.23 per hour. Requires :re aS aLicensed Practical Nurse by the North Dakota Boned of Nursing or lie, ensure in another state and meet the eligibility requirements for licensure in North Dakota. The Life Skills & Transition Center's impressive benefits package includes: ....... Fully paid health insurance for families or individuals Retirement plan Life InsUrance Accrued annual and sick leave Ten paid holidays per year Internal recruitment opportunities Deadline to appl y TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 2014by 5:00 PM. Reference Job ID 3001397 Please visit our;wellte and apply on-line : www.nd.qov/hrm.obs/aDDforms.html LIFE SKILLS & TRANSITION CENTER 701 West 6 m Street, Grafton, ND Anyone needing assistance or accommodation should contact ,$0t: KOtka, 701-352-4284 The State of North Dakota is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We operate a drug.free campus. r &wall crack repair ! q owinstallation | Solutions A i iNLicen #20542636 1  .... | "ment Water Controlled | Y " WINDOW T-ABIL LOC FOUNDATION FI[R5 Notice to Creditors Notice to Creditors IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF WALSH COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of Adeline E. Denault, Deceased Probate No. 50-2014-PR-00037 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed personal representative of the above estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within three months after the date of the first publication or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented to Lynelle Shutt, PO Box 41, Minto, ND 58261 personal representatives of the estate or filed with the Court. Dated this 28th day of July, 2014 Lynelle Shutt Personal Representative Wes. R. Welch Wes R. Welch, PC PO Box 107 201 Briggs Ave. S. Park River, ND 58270 (701)284-7833 Attorney for: Personal Representative (Aug. 6, 13, 20, 2014) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF WALSH COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of Norman S. Hall, Deceased Probate No. 50-2014-PR-00036 NOTfCE TO CR "NOTICE IS HEREBY undersigned has been personal representative of the above estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within three (3) months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Rosalie Roy, Personal Representative of the estate, at 721 1st Ave St NE Devils Lake, North Dakota 583011 or filed with the court. Dated this 1st day of August, 2014. Rosalie Roy Personal Representative Telephone: (701) 284 6300 Fax: (701) 284-6306 Attorney for the Petitioner (Aug. 13, 20, and 27 2014)