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MUNITY THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS • WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 2.015 Page 5 Even healthy people can get sick immune system, talk with your enough to miss work or school. If healthcare professional before being you're sick, you may not be able to vaccinated, as some vaccines may take care of your family and other not be recommended for you. obligations. Being vaccinated is What vaccines do you need? your best protection against many se- All adults should get: fious diseases. • Flu vaccine every year to pro- Vaccines are safe. tect against seasonal flu • Vaccines are tested and moni- • Td/Tdap to protect against tored. Vaccines are tested before be- ing licensed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and FDA continue to mon- itor vaccines after they are licensed. • Vaccine side effects are usual- ly mild and temporary. The most colrunon side effects include sore- hess, redness, or swelling at the in- jection site. Severe side effects are very rare. • Vaccines are one of the safest ways to protect your health. Most people, even those with health con- ditions or taking prescription drugs, should be vaccinated. However, if you are pregnant or have a weakened tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (whooping cough) Based on your age, health con- ditions, vaccines you received as a child, and other factors, you may need additional vaccines such as: • Chickenpox • Hepatitis A • Hepatitis B • Human Papillomavirus (HPV) -MMR • Meningococcal • Pneumococcal • Shingles *Traveling overseas? There may be additional vaccines you need. Find out at: ww.cdc.gov/travel at the end of the day puts you in a tion. better space to listen. If your child says he is sick and • Don't overreact. If the first wants to stay home you will want to few days, or even weeks, are a lit- always check out recurrent physical tie rough, try not to over-react, symptoms with a pediatrician to rule Young children in particular may ex- out medical problems. Assuming perience separation anxiety or shy- kids are physically healthy, par- ness at first, but teachers are trained ents need to be firm about not al- to help them adjust. When you lowing them to miss school. Just as drop them off at the bus or at school it's a parents'job to work and raise try not to linger. Reassure them that our family, it's part of a child's job you love them, will think of them during the day and will be back to go to school. Best of luck to all the students and when school ends. • Arrange playdates with new families as you start up a new classmates. To help the transition, school year this fall - I hope every- step into the other room for a few one has a smooth transition from minutes while the kids are playing, their summer to fall schedule! This helps your child learn to toler- -Karl ate a little anxiety and gradually learn s ,,rce: tlttp:,ffh.ext. , , Ledu/emotional-well- to handle the discomfort ofsepara- ness/handling-school-anxie " [~ a TTTTTT ~ i E ~ I ~ ~ ~J) .--z ..7 your hands on deeds, brokerage statements and insxwance policies af- ter he dies will save you a lot of time and hassle. If he has a complex estate, you may want to hire an attorney or tax account to guide you through the process, with the estate picking up the cost. If you need help locating a pro, the National Association of Estate Planners and Councils (naepc.org) and the National Acad- emy of Elder Law Attorneys (naela.org) are great resources that provide directories on their websites to help you find someone. Avoid Conflicts Find out if there are any conflicts between the beneficiaries of your friend's estate. If there are some po- tential problems, you can make your job as executor much easier if everyone knows in advance who's getting what, and why. So ask your friend to tell his beneficiaries what they can expect. This includes the personal items too, because wills of- ten leave it up to the executor to dole out heirlooms. If there's no distri- bution plan for personal property, suggest he make one and put it in writing. Executor Fees As the executor, you're entitled to a fee paid by the estate. In most states executors are entitled to take a percentage of the estate's value, which usually ranges anywhere from 1 to 5 percent depending on the size of the estate. But, if you're a beneficiary, it may make sense for you to forgo the fee. That's because fees are taxable, but Uncle Sam in most states don't tax inheritances. For more information on the du- ties of an executor, get a copy of the book "The Executor's Guide: Set- tling A Loved One's Estate or Trust" for $32 at nolo.corn or call 800-728- 3555. Send your senior questions to: Sava,y Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit Sa~y- Seniop:w~,. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show mid author of "The Sa~"k~' Senior" book Photo: Submitted Left: On Thursday, Aug.20,ap- proximately 50 Republi- canspa dc- ipated inlhe 2015 Golf Scramble and Steak Fry at the Hillcrest Country Club spon- sored by District 10 and 19. Among those in at- tendance were David Bakke, Sen. Joe Miller, daughter EJs and Lieutenant Governor Drew Wrigley. PARK RIVER, N.D. -- On was Kent Weston of Weston Seed Wrigley was the featured speaker Representative Gary Paur, Repre- Thursday, Aug. 20, approximately House, Sarles. There were also 61 at the event, sentative Wayne Trottier and Sen- 50 Republicans participated in the Tournament Hole Sponsors from Representative Dave Monson ator Tom Campbell all of District 2015 Golf Scramble and Steakbusiness men and women through- and Senator Joe Miller provided in- 19. Fry at the Hillcrest Country Club out the two districts, which brought Ibrmation on their legislative work The newest member of the sponsored by District 10 and 19. in more than $7,100. for District 10. Miller family, nine week old The main sponsor of the event Lieutenant Governor Drew Updates were also provided by Eisleigh was a special guest. i BISMARCK, N.D.- Harvest and heavy making it extremely season is underway throughout the difficult for operators to accelerate, state and the North Dakota De- slow down and stop. These vehicles partment of Transportation (ND- also have large blind spots, making DOT) is urging motorists to use it difficult for operators to see ap- caution as large farm equipment is proaching vehicles. out on the roadways this time of In 2014, there was one fatal year. crash and 16 total crashes in North "Motorists should be extremely Dakota involving farm equipment. cautious as they drive, especially on "By taking extra precautions on the rural, two-lane roads, as slow mov- roadway and safely sharing the road ing farm equipment is out on the with farm equipment, crashes can roadways," says Karin Mongeon, be prevented," stresses Mongeon. NDDOT Safety Division Director. Motorists are reminded to: "Most crashes are due to inatten- Watch for mud and debris tion, speeding and unsafe passing, on the roadway as trucks go directly When approaching farm equip- from the field onto the highway. ment, motorists need to pay atten- • Be aware that you can en- tion, slow down and pass with ex- counter farm equipment at any treme caution." time of day. Fama equipment is very large • Drive with headlights on at all A local aggregate company is looking for Class A belly and side dump drivers. Lots of work, overtime and immediate openings. Call LeRoy at (602)469-0999 or Steve at (701)331-2948. Full time, Part time, Local and Over the Road. No Northeast loads Contact Marvin at 701-248-3204 !!!i !! iΈ[ ..... '~" ~ ~ ~ times, http://www'd°t'nd'g°v/travel-inf°- • Wear seatbelts. Seat belts are v2/. for width restrictions. your best protection against death Farm equipment operators and injury in the event of a crash, should consider the following pre- In addition, farmers are re-cautions: minded of the opportunity toget 10 • Use lights and flashers to percent extra weight pemfits that make equipment more visible. can be issued to expedite the first • Use slow moving emblems on haul of farm products during har- equipment traveling less than 30 vest. Additionally, farn ers should mph. be aware that road consm ction • Consider using a follow vehi- projects are finishing up this time cle when moving equipment, es- of year as well. Some roads may be pecially at night. inaccessible to large farm equip- For more information about ment. For purchasing the 10 percent construction projects and road con- weight exemption permits go to ditions throughout North Dakota, www.nd.gov/ndhp, call 511 from any type of phone or Custom combiners need to have visit the Travel Information Map on a permit and routinely check the the NDDOT website at Travel Information Map on the http://www.dot.nd.gov/travel-info- NDDOT website v2/. 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