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,< ( SINGLE COPY $1.00 VOL. 132 iSSUE 7 PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 2014 II Photo: Larry Biri This summer has seen plenty of pool-worthy days and these swimmers have been using their summer vacation building their skills in the pool. Above: Attending Level 2 Swimming Lessons at the Park River Poole were Front (I-r) Mitchell Shirek, Caleb Rutherford, Morgan Porter, Sawyer Miller and Rachel Pich; middle row (I-r) Julia Pic, Toren Beneda, Jack Almen, Sadie Void and Slate Sangrait, back row (I-r) Evan Sobak, Abby Zikmund, Alaina Orstad, Claire Welch, Jake Solseng, Brennen Schramm, Westen Dahlen, Taylor Nelson, and Remmington Dahlen. For more photos of end of summer fun turn to Page 13. By Allison Olimb Jensen, said that when CSS, Inc. of The Press presented delay after delay, they PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Cine-had decided to seek another pro- ma Service and SuppIy, Inc. of jection company. Peabody, Mass., the company that "The committee is very disap- the Lyric Theatre of Park River had pointed in the result of the situa- contracted with to provide a dig- tion. We are moving forward to ital projector, has filed bankrupt- take actions needed to recover cy. Park River City Auditor Tom the funds we had paid," she said. Larson who worked with the the- Around $90,000 000 has been atre as business manager in past raised to go toward the cost of a years and helped to get The Lyric new projector as well as renova- tions. The estimated cost of the Continues committee going said projection system was around that the whole situation is unfor- tunate. $60,000, of which, half had been He said they ordered the equip- given to CSS, Inc. Jensen said that while they un- ment in November, expecting in- derstand that there are no guaran- stallation in January, and got the tees, they are going to try their best runaround until they heard in July to recover as much as they can of that CSS, Inc. had run into issues with the IRS and had filed Chap-Projector ter 7 bankruptcy. Cha rpei:son of TLC, Laurie COl'It page 7 By Emily Laaveg of The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Park River lawyer, Tracy Laaveg, has picked up and moved camp. With recent advances in her business, in the past year, Tracy has moved to a larger office building, been an- nounced as the new Park River City Attorney, and announced the join- ing of her office with another office in Langdon. "I like to think that I do a good job and people come back to me and they tell their fi-iends to come to me because they think I do a good job," said Tracy about her expanding business. With all the new business, she had to move to the Hair Gallery building, which is next to her old of- rice. "I needed more space and I couldn't build for the price I bought and remodeled this for," said Tra- cy. Tracy had an open house last week to introduce the public to her new office. "That's one of the benefits to liv- ing in a small town; you have pro- fessional and personal relation- Photo: Larry Biri Above: Quentin Wenzel will be joining with Tracy Laaveg as she ex- pands her practice both in office space and partners. ships with the people that you see everyday, and its just really won- derful to see the people who came," said Tracy. Tracy also used that opportuni- ty to announce the joining of her of- rice with another office in Langdon. , Tracy has been working with Cameron Sillers of Langdon for a while now. "I've been working with Cameron on a contact basis for a couple of years doing research projects and helping him out on a couple of cases and things have gone very well." "Cameron has recently been wanting to spend less time working at the office and [joining business- es] just seemed like a good transi- tion," said Tracy. Tracy will also be partnering with Quentin Wenzel, who is already partners with Cameron in Langdon. "I am very excited to have the opportunity to work with Tracy as well as continue to work with Cameron. I feel that between the three of us, we have the knowledge and experience to provide sound le- gal counsel on almost any issue," said Quentin. "Quentin has gotten to he point where he is ready to take on more , Laaveg COnt. page 7 PR native named ambassador See page 3 Min o to vot on See page 8 "Roll out those laz,A crazy days of summer Those days of soda and pretzels and beer Roll out those laz haz crazy days of summer You'll wish that summer could always be here Nat King Cole The buzz about bees inV mmW sh See page 6 Sadde Ot~~ outhono See page 9