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1 2 f -:i  c ?- =L z= i II SINGLE COPY $1.00 ISSUE NUMBER 6 PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2013 for / , i i alrves00 Walsh Grain Terminal awaits first fall following completion By Allison Olimb of The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- At least one thing is ready for the 2013 harvest season -- Walsh Grain Terminal in Park River. The final touches have been put on and the elevator hosted an open house on Aug. 8 for area farmers to tour the facility and see what the county&apos;s newest elevator has to offer. Construction began in May of 2012 and the first train was loaded out in January of 2013. Last harvest they were able to take in product using ground piles. This harvest will be the first with the elevator in full op- eration. At this point, Opera- tions Superintendant Joe Gul- lickson said, they are just trying to make the place their own. Walsh Grain Terminal is a joint venture that is 50 percent ADM-Benson Quinn and 50 percent Walsh Grain, comprised of Hoople Farmers' Grain Com- pany, Grafton Farmers' Coop Grain Company, Edinburg Farmers' Elevator Company and Nash Grain and Trading gether with a lot ofcommunity support from Park River and the surrounding area. The final piece of the puzzle is being put into place with the construction of the road from Highway 17 to the grain terminal. Yea lsh Graln CoJmL lp,,a(,g,e, 7 Above: Area farmers check out the outside railroad loading area at Walsh Grain Terminal in Park River during their Aug. 8 Open House. Photo: Larry Biri The Ladies of Land Judging: Walsh County team places first in state FESSENDEN, N.D. -- The Senior Walsh County Land judging team took first place at the State Land Judging contest in Fessenden, North Dakota. This is the third straight title for Walsh County 4-H and it qualified them for the national contest in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma this spring. Team members were Emily Laaveg, Park River, Hayley Fingarson, Edinburg, and Gretchen Brum- mond, Park River. The senior high individual was Emily Laaveg, Hayley Fingarson was second and Gretchen Brum- mond third. The Walsh County Junior team continued the tradition by placing second. Lilly Bina, Lankin, placed 4th high indi- vidual, Sara Hodek, Fairdale, was 6th, Jonah Zikmund, Pisek, was 7th andZachary Zikmund, Pisek, was 8th. Land judging consists of classifying soils, recommend- ing conservation practices for the land and making fertilizer recommendations based on the soil test for the intended crop. Photo: Submitted Above: Gretchen Brummond, Emily Laaveg, Hayley Fingarson and Brad Brummond. It is really impressive to see When people say 4-H is not eight-year-olds make fertilizer relevant anymore think of Land]udg'in and land management recom- those junior land judgers mendations on real fields, standing in a field and making Colin&/p, aJe, 5 FCHC hosts a successful golf fundraiser PARK RIVER, N.D. -- A spirit of friendly competition and sunny weather combined to make a great atmosphere for the 2013 First Care Health Center Benefit Golf Tourna- ment at Hillcrest Golf Course in Park River on Friday, July 26, 2013. Fourteen teams, with four members each, partici- pated in the scramble event. The tournament offered an excellent opportunity for indi- viduals and employees of or- ganizations to enjoy a fun day of golf while at the same time benefiting health care in Walsh County. Around $11,100 was raised during the tournament with proceeds going for capital im- provements at First Care Health Center. The 2012 First Care Health Center Benefit Golf Tourna- ment winners were: First Place: Park River Vol- unteer Ambulance Team - Dan Young, Cindy Staven, Darryl Hell, and Randy Mastre. Second Place: Farmers Union Oil - Adams, Lankin & Milton Team - Chris & Julie Byron and Neil & Melanie BernhotL This year, several Sponsor- ship Levels were offered. These Sponsors included: Masters Level Sponsor ($1,000) - Dugout Bar, Park River Implement and Altru Health System. Classic Level Sponsor ($425)- First United Insurance, Samson Electric, Ye Olde Medicine Center, Polar Com- munications, Farmers Union Oil Co. -Adams, Lankin & Milton, First United Bank, Jim's Super Valu, Kieley Elec- tric, Liberty Business Systems, Summerplace DQ, and Bremer Bank. Eagle Level Sponsor FCHC Golf Co, Jnx., lp, age, 7 Trapped in a book? See p,azffe' _ Class of '53 celebrates Se'e' Ip,,al,,',e' 6 tl:,aurlnnt, e]r iis n,0,1dhtibnt,ff more nor l[,ess dh,a]nL ,at ]ht,auntdly Jmtaua wihdh ,at lnt00e oll: ]htuumtu00," E. B. White 4-Her news from the State Fair ,..s<;'e,,e , ip,,a,,.e. 5 Headed to the world stage See p,ag, e, 9 It  t t t