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AUGUST 14, 2013 THE PRESS 'PAGE 9 We would like to thank everyone that has touched Dad's life in one way or another. He was a special person and was the pil- lar of our family. We would like to thank ' Dr. Johnson and his team at First Care Hospital, 'Home Health Care and Hospice in Park River, ND, The Cancer Center of North Dakota, Park River Ambulance Service and Altru Hospital in Grand  Forks, ND for your excellent care of our Dad. We especially would like to thank family and friends and neighbors who stopped to visit, sent cards, flowers or brought goodies and meals and even mowed the lawn in time of need. Thank you PastOr Jeff for you kind words and prayers. From The Kjelland family I would like to express my sincere thanks to Dr. Johnson and all of the nursing staff at the Park River Hospital for the excel- lent care I received while hospitalized re- cently. Thank you to Father Prasad and Father Gary for communion, prayers and visits. Thank you to my wife Dorothy, all our children and grand children for all their kindness and prayers. Thank you to our relatives, friends and neighbors for all their get well wishes. I was all appreci- ated very much. What a fine hospital we have close to home. Sincerely, John Kosobud, Lankin, ND NOTICE FOR BIDS .... , .... .,- i, ,4 , ... : . * / , , 'iark River Area School District #8 is accepting bids for gasoline and diesel fuel for school vehicles to be filled at the pump. Bids must include both cash price and credit card price. 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. Bids will be opened at 10:00 a.m. on August 19, 2013, in the Superintendent's Office at the Park River Area High School. The Boaid of Education reserves the right to split the bids or to reject any or all bids and to buy to the best interest of the school. Contracts will run from September 1, 2013 to September 1, 2014. st Dated at Park River the 31 day of July, 2013. By Order of the Board of Education Rebecca Svobodny, Business Manager Altru's telemedicine conveniently and securely connectsyou with specialty care. This access to quality care saves travel time and keeps you close to home. Available at First Care Health Care Center: >\> Psychiatry. >\> Mental Health Counseling >\> Internal Medicine >\> Wound Care >\> Infectious Disease .>\> Oncology >\> Nephrology >\> Podiatry Talk to your Altru provider about a telemedicine appointment. www.FarmersNational.com Real Estate Sales Auctions Farm and Ranch Management Appraisal Oil and Gas Management Lake Management National Hunting Leases W FIRST CARE HEALTH CENTER altru.org/telemedicine 00Altru HEALTH SYSTEM i r Swartz and Fiscal Ciiffto .head ' to world.competition inTexas PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Joleen Swartz of Park River has spent the past year raising a champion. The white and black-spotted colt duSbed Fiscal Cliff was born on the first of the year. Coming from a solid black mother and solid white father, this young Appaloosa has made an impressive showing in his early career. Joleen said that Cliff first was shown in June at a Ne- braska show. He received two first places, one second place, and a third against all ages and sexes in most col- orful class. Cliff was shown with the help of Shae Lyne Johnson a 4-Her Joleen knows from Lu- verne, N.D., who helps Joleen [n showing when she has horses competing in the same categories. "He got enough points to qualify for the' World show at Fort Worth, Texas, in October, which has bcn our goal for many years," Joleen said. She has been raising hors- es for show since the '70s and has been to worlds before, but never with a horse with as much of a chance at winning' as Cliffhas this year. Joleen said that Cliff's next show would be in Fargo this weekend. Photos: Submitted Above: Fiscal Cliff and Shae Lyne John- son from Luveme, N.D., who helps Joleen Swartz in Showing her horses. Right: Rscal Cliff was born Jan. 1, of this year and already has qualified for the wodd competition in Texas this 0ctober. .) QUIET HOME IN CRYSTAL 352 3rd St Crystal 2 bed I bath home at the end of a quiet street. A few updates will make this great home COUNTRY LIVING NEAR PR 7244 County Rd 12 Park River Large 4 Bed, 2.5 Bath on 9.6 acres with 4 outbuildings located 5 miles north of Park River BUSINESS, HOME OPPORTUNITY 414 Bdggs Ave S Park River Fantastic opportunity to live and work all in onel Lower level is a Well es- tablished family restau- rant - Upper level is a beautifully remodeled 2 bed, 1 bath apartment. Watson Real Estate Sara Hinkle, Broker Associate, ABR, GRI, REALTOR 701,265.2475 cell 701.265.8404 office www.WatsonRealEstate.Net sjhinklehotmail.com | LAND AUCTION Thursday, August 15, at 10:00 AM at the Alerus Center, 1200 42nd Street South in Grand Forks, North Dakota Located northeast of Veseleville 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 JMenke@FarmersNational.com AGudajtes@FarmersNational.com Auctioneer:. Dale B Hau egeq, Lic #198 NO Walsh County Press Z84.6333 I I/ Northern Plains Railroad is accepting applications fora _M in Fordville, ND Day Shift Mechanics arc I'CsponMblc Ior thc inspcction, repair an'd maintenance ol"lhc ,:n,mc arid mechanical components on tlic,;cl electric locomoti c,. I)UTES: CONI)IKTI" INSI'ECTIONS OF I_OCOMO IIVI! El.E(" IRI(:A I. 5YSI I.MS. TROIiBIJ.SIIOOI" MAI.Ft. NCTIONS. ) PERFOIt, M MAINI[iNANCI: AND Rlit/kill WORK WI Ill SIIOP MACtIINI!S AND l()Ol F,. Iq,A("l I('F: SAIE WORK IIAIHTS. Benefits include but are not limited to: Health, Dental, Vision, 401K, Railroad Retirement .and competitive pay. Applicants must pass all preTemployment testing and background checks. To be considered for the unique opportunity, interested Applicants may send their resume or completed application to: Northern Plains Railroad Attn: Human Resources 112 Main Street Fordville, ND 58231 www.nprail.com/careers 701-229-3330 EOE REMINDER OF WALSH COUNTY'S Roadside Mowing Policy It is the duty of landowners or operators with land adjoining county roads as designated by the Walsh County Board of Commissioners to cut all weeds and grasses along the county roads adjoining their lands, including weeds and grasses growing within the public right of way bordering county roads and their lands. The cutting shall be completed no later than September first of each year, as prescribed by the Walsh County Board of Commissioners. If the landowner or operator fails to cut the' weeds and grasses along the designated highways or roads as provided in this policy, the Walsh County Board of Commissioners may cause the weeds and grasses to be cut and $100 per one-half land mile (one side of road), fine or the actual cost of mowing, which ever is greater, shall be certified to the County Auditor, and all of the expenses shall be charged against the land of the landowner and shall become a part of the taxes to be levied against the land for the ensuing year and shall be collected in the same manner as other real estate taxes are collected. Grass must be mowed shoulder level or lower. This policy is in accordance with Century Code: 63-05-01, 63-05-02.