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PAGE 6 THE PRESS AUGUST 14, 2013 f Celebrating 60 years: Class of '53 Photo: Submitted Above: Park River High School Class of 1953 celebrated their 60th Class Reunion July 2nd, 2013 at the Alexander House in Park River, N.D. Front row L to R: Yvonne (Severson) Hurtt, Delores (Wooldridge) Novak, Jean (Erickson) Sobolik, Marilyn (Midgarden) Meier, Alice (Monson) Carlson. Back row L to R: David Sobolik, Jim MacPherson, Henry Sobolik, Ken Thomp- son, John Hankey, John Trygg, Bob (Sonny) Sobolik, Ruth (Tallackson) Schwenker, Esther (Herman) Rye, Andy Flaten. (Not Pictured: Morgan Olson) Regional Task Force looks to crack down Mth mcreased-DUI elfforcement tMs month GRAFTON, N.D. - Local North Dakota agencies are once again ramping up efforts as they look to curb the continued problem of in- dividuals driving under the influence of alcohol and other drugs. The Northeast Grand Forks Regional DUI Task Force in conjunction with the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) is an- nouncing that additional law en- forcement officers will be present and monitoring city, rural and state roads throughout North Dakota fromAugust 16, 2013 throt]gh Sep- tember 2, 2013. This effort coincides with the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign. "Governor Jack Dalrymple re- cently signed House Bill 1302 into law giving North Dakota stricter DUI penalties," said Kyle Temes, Captain North Dakota Highway Patrol. "This bill doubles the fines for drinking and driving offenses and in many cases doubles the jail time as well, but it's those who have had multiple offenses that are hit the hardest, including additional jail time and/or possible felony charges." Statistical data has shown that there is still work to be done when it comes to eliminating the problem of people who choose to drink and drive in North Dakota. However with increased enforcement comes the opportunity at increased safety on roadways. Regional efforts done across the state will help to eliminate drunk driving. . One tool aimed at helpingto ed- ucate the general public has been the continued presence of the TODD campaign. Short for''To Designate a Driver," the TODD public service campaignconsists of a series of tel- evision, radio and print ads distrib- uted through North Dakota. Com- plementing these materials is an in- teractive website: www.dontfor- gettodd.com, where information is provided regarding regional DUI en- forcement activity. Other informa- tion on the TODD,website includes lists of increased enforcement pe- riods, safe ride information, text and email alert options and much more. "We want everyone to under- stand that buzzed driving is drunk driving," said Lauren Wild, Sheriff Walsh County. "Often we see in- dividuals who, because they are not obviously drunk, feel that they can still ge t behind the wheel and ef- fectively drive. This is not the case. Any alcohol in your system is like- ly going to affect the way your body reacts behind the wheel. Bottom line- ffyou plan on having anything to drink, also plan on not driving." The Northeast Grand Forks DUI Task Force includes the following agencies: North Dakota Highway Patrol, Pembina, Walsh, Nelson, and Grand Forks County Sheriff's De- partments, and Cavalier, Grand Forks, and University of North Dakota Police Departments Boe's 4GF Boe's Nursery Tree & Shrub Care Use fertilizer and fungicides for healthier trees. Enjoy a beautiful yard. Call NOW and get on the list for Summer Care for all types of lands ;aping transplants small or large h aping and [rimming or tree remo' ral Call for a Free Bid 1-800-407-1855 /'Physical Therapist - Home Health In,proving Health. Enr/c/:,in? Life JOll] Attru's Home Health [earn am: take advantage of an excellent career ot)po'tunlty in t.he Grafton/ Park River area. For a C0[I11}i0,20b sHlnmary al]J tL oDvon-!rne. go to altru.or careers. EOE 00Altru Open House i00et.irement Celebrotion /. in honor of ' O'ary W. Paulson Thursday, August 22, from 1:00-4:00 p.m. First United Dank - Park 12iver Your ad goes here! Call 284-6333 today {or rates. Stop in for refreshmentsl Walsh County Gun Club standings as of July 24 GRAFTON, N.D.,-- Walsh County Gun Club results after nine weeks ending July 24 are as follows: BRONJNG LEAGUE SB Bison 66 Blanchards 59 Spudnik 42 PR Dental 39 Custom Ag 36 Molstad 28 Top shooter after 250 targets WD Suda 221 Jerry Blanchard 218 Brad Magnusson 218 Rock Desautel 211 John Forbes 211 Nic Beneda 209 Darren Blanchard 206 Sam Midgarden 205 Randy Hahn 205 Gus Stephenson 201 Shoofmg 25 straight Jerry Blanchard, Darren Blan- chard x2, Rod Howatt, WD Suda, Joe Pic, Rock Desautel x2, Randy Hahn, Nic Beneda, John Forbes Shooting 50 straight Rod Howatt, Brad Magnusson Shooting 75 straight Brad Magnusson, WD Suda, Jerry Blanchard FEDERAL LEAGUE Magnus Force 50 Jim's Super Valu 50 Kirkeby Farms 48 Kilmer Construction 48 Simplot 45 Torkelson Farm 29 Top shooter after 250 targets Jim Enlow 216 Tom McCann 214 Ron Line 214 Brad Magnusson 213 Jeff Dahlen 211 Dale Holand 210 Andrew Torkelson 210 Greg Skibicki 208 Mike Stellon 208 Shooting 25 straight Jim Entow x3, Dale Holand, Jerry Blanchard, Tom McCann x3, Brad Magnusson x2, Greg Skibicki, Andrew Torkelson x2, Mike Kirkeby, Mike Stellon x3, Jeff Dahten, Craig Magnusson, Doug Kirkeby x2, Nate Tallack- son, Ron Line x2 Shooting 50 straight A1 Thompson, Jeff Dahlen, Ron Line, Andrew Torkelson REMINGTON LEAGUE Welch 65 Extra End 52 Olson Oil 51 Vets 36 PR Legion 35 Polar 31 Top shooters after 250 targets Josh Lien 220 WD Suda 219 Jeff Dahlen 216 Jerry Blanchard 215 Ron Hultin 214 Brice Welch 213 Doug Hove 211 Ken Fischer 209 Randy Hahn 208 Shooting 25 straight A10berembt x2, Jerry Blan- chard, Doug Hove x2, A1 Thomp- son, Josh Lien x3, Ron Hultin x4, Randy Hahn, Greg Erovick, Ken Fischer x2, Karl Blake x2, Marlin Egeland, JeffDahlen x2, Josh Thompson Shooting 50 straight Josh Lien, WD Suda, Jeff Dahlen Shooting 75 straight Jerry Blanchard, Brice Welch, . WD Suda WINCHESTER LEAGUE Tallackson Farms 63 Thompson Truckers 47 Centro146 Bremer Bank 42 Thompson Spuds 37 Torkelson Clippers 35 Top Shooters after 250 targets WD Suda 224 Dan Schindele 222 Doug Thompson 220 Dan Schilndele 218 Jerry Btanchard 218 Brad Magnusson 218 Rod Howatt 215 Scott Hills 215 Doug Vosper 215 Shooting 25 straight Tom Thompson x3, Billy Thompson, Jim Thompson x6, Greg Skibicki, Dan Schindele x2, Ken Fischer x2, Jerry Blanchard x3, Brad Magnusson x2, John Forbes x3, Dwight Wilson x2, Scott Hills x3, Craig Magnusson, Rod Howatt, Jim Tallackson, Nate Tallackson, Wade Thomp- son, Doug Thompson Shooting 50 straight Doug Thompson, Ron Hultin x2, Rod Howatt, Doug Vosper, Jody Lee, Brad Magnusson, WD Suda Shooting 100 straight Doug Thompson, Dan Schindele, Ron Hultin, Doug Vosper Shooting150 straight WD Suda, Dan Schindele Park River Area Elementary Ope00 Hou.ce on Augugt 20th from 6:30-7:30 pm. Everyone welcome. 3 Richard Wakefield* Gary Chwialkowski ND. MN Licensed Board Certified H.I.S.* For appt. 701-746--7000 1-800-658-3442 32 years serving the area "Dedicated to Your Hearing" Advanced Digital Technology 60 Day Digital Hearing Aid Trial Free Hearing Test & Eval. First Care Health Center Tuesday, August 20 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Grafton Family Clinic Wednesday, Aug 21 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. NOTICE FOR BIDS Park River Area School District #8 is accepting bids for snow removal of the West Parking Lot of the High School for 2013-2014. Each bid shall be plainly marked "Bid" and addressed to the Business Manager, Park River Area High School. P.O. Box 240, Park River, ND 58270. ids will be opened at 10:00 a.m. on August 19, 2013, in the Superintendenfs Office at the Park River Area High School. Snow removal should be completed by 7:00 a.m. Contract will run from September I, 2013 to August 31, 2014. t Dated at Park River this 31 day of July, 201. By Order of the Board of Education Rebecca Svobodny, Business Manager Your source for Happy Happenings. I Walsh County Press 284-6333 I !