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OMMUNITY THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY,AUGUST 30, 2017 Pa e 5 ]~1. TTrlr~TI"mT~r~Tt~'ILT "J~. ~TI"~TT 1LTJ'~T'~ T'~lr~ t~ ! W ~ -~lr~ A Here's a tasty recipe to try at ring in the flour mixture, turning to home. coat well. Next, dip the onion ring Baked Onion Rings in the egg mixture, being sure to coat 1 large yellow onion (or other all sides. Finally, toss the ring in the large onion) panko crumbs to coat. Place on pre- 1/3 c. flour pared baking sheet. Repeat process 1 tsp. seasoning salt ' with remaining rings. Spray the 1/2 tsp. chili powder rings with nonstick spray (optional, 2 c. panko breadcrumbs but it helps get them crispy). Bake 2 eggs tings for 10 to 15 minutes until gold-. 2 Tbsp. water en brown. Remove from oven and Dipping sauce of your choice serve with your favorite dipping (ketchup, barbecue sauce, sweet sauce. chili sauce, etc.) Makes four servings. Each serv- Preheat oven to 450 F. Line a ing has 230 calories, 2.5 grams (g) fat, baking sheet with foil and spray with 9 g protein, 42 g carbohydrate, 2 g nonstick spray. Peel the outermost fiber and 450 milligrams sodium. layer fi'om the onion and discard. Cut Any questions about this column offthe ends (sparing as much of the or something else may be directed onion as possible) and slice the to the NDSU Extension office in rest of the onion into thick rings. Walsh County at 284-6624, or email Separate the rings and place in a me at: jamie.medbery@ndsu.edu. I bowl of water, would be glad to help! Line up three bowls as follows: Bowl 1" Stir together flour, sea- Source:JulieGarden-Robinson, foodandnu- soning salt and .chili powder, tnaonspecialist, and Allison Benson, program as- Bowl 2: Whisk together eggs and sistant. The creation of the materials is part of a project funded by the North Dakota Department water, of Agriculture through grant 14-SCBGP-ND-O038 Bowl 3: Panko crumbs from the US. Oepartment of Agriculture's (USDA) One at a time, place each onion Agricultural Marketing Service. , : ~'~T~LTTL,'~T~ C! L TTTTTr T~ .~L ~ LT ~ L .'~T'~ ~l ;.TY -~. -'-L.:d:~ ~.~,~;-" Y E. :ff.~=dT~ 2-.~L;~ ~-- start to decline. To find out if these services are available, check with local church- es or the area agency on aging near your dad - call the Eldercare Lo- cator at 800-677-1116 for contact information. Technology Solutions Technology also offers a num- ber of ways to help keep your dad safe at home, and help you keep an eye on him from afar. For example, for safety and peace of mind there are medical alert systems, which provide a wearable "help button" that would allow him to call for help anytime he needed it. Some of these systems (like Bay Alarm Medical, BayAlarmMedical.com) also offer wall-mounted buttons that can be placed near the floor in high fall risk areas like the bathroom or kitchen, ifhe'didn't wear a help but- ton. And to help you keep daily tabs on your dad, there are wireless sen- sor-monitoring systems (like Silver Mother, Sen.se/silvermother) you could put in his home that will no- tify you if something out of the or- dinary is happening; and video monitoring cameras (like the Nest Cam, Nest.corn/camera) that have built-in motion and sound detection that will let you know when some- thing is detected, and two-way au- dio that will let you talk and listen to him. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Sen- ior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or vis- it SavvySenionorg. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of "'The Savvy Senior" book. /,i .~ Years ot I Photo: Larry Bid Above: This summer Park River Farmers Market has been celebraling different organizations throughout the area wilh a different mar- ket meal fundraiser each week. This month, one of the featured meals was given by Sunshine Kids Center now celebraling 20 years of service to the cemmunity of Park River. Sunshine Kids Center Board Members include Amy Chally, board member; Jessica Feist, director; Jeanine Jelinek, Ireasurer; Larissa Schmitz, board member; Gwen Sobolik, board member; Sarah Johnston, president; and Roberta Jurgens, secretary. The final Park River Farmers Market of the season will take place this week. STATEWIDE -- Law enforce- ment agencies across the state par- ticipated in the Click It or Ticket en- forcement campaign from July 1 through Aug. 15 to help save lives on North Dakota roads. A total of 4,308 citations were at- tributed to the added enforcement patrols. Of the total citations, 1521 were citations for failure to wear a Deutsch Family Hono d Durin or Get Pulled Over Enforcement Campaign GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Marking five years since the Deutscher family of West Fargo was killed in a head-on collision with an impaired driver on 1-94 near Jamestown, law enforcement the lowest number of alcohol-related motor vehi- cle fatalities in ten years at 49, yet that was still 43 percent of all motor vehicle fatalities last year. "Impaired driving is 100 percent preventable," producers remove all cattle from ter placing them in a trench dug in pastures where anthrax deaths are suspected because any anthrax the immediate area of the death." spores that are present can infect the Visit NDSU's publication at remaining animals, https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/publica- "Also, anthrax does carry a risk tions/livestock/anthrax for more to humans, so take care to not dis- information on anthrax. c s 1-- s seat belt and 58 were child restraint manune response n'om me ,me. p,s, , O Ujt~ j~ a~y " "B " r : i 4 1 "2' n I !788 The traffic stops also result- " ests ~ ea m ,+z arug arrests; ~en orlvlng un~, r,", s ecmhst Carl Dahlensu P gg on which the carcass was found af- der the influence (DUI) citations, 11 Farm Help Wanted: Combine operator, truck driver & tractor operator. Experience preferred. Wages DOE. Park River area. Call Brian 218-791-3222 THEEL MOTORS INC. Rolla, AUTO TECHNICIAN OPENING THEEL MOTORS IN ROLLA, ND is seeking an automotive diesel technician. GM and ASE certified preferred. Looking for an experienced technician with a minimum of a 2-year degree from a technical .school and at least 5 years experience in the field after degree. Wages DOE. Please submit all applications along with references to: jmunro@theelmotors.com citations for distracted driving and four felony violations. Failure to use a seat belt is the most significant factor associated with motor vehicle crash injuries and deaths in North Dakota. Over the past five years (2012-2016), about 6 out of every 10 people killed in a motor vehicle crash were not wear- ing a seat belt at the time of the crash. Last year in North Dakota, every four days one unbelted vehicle oc- cupant died. Funding for additional traffic safety enforcement is provided by federal grant money distributed through the North Dakota Depart- ment of Transportation. High-visi- bility enforcement for traffic safety is one element of a collaborative ef- fort to eliminate motor vehicle deaths in North Dakota. Learn more about traffic safety initiatives at ndcodefortheroad.org or join the conversation on the Code for the Road Facebook page. "RA DON MITIGATION "WATERPROOFING "EGRESS WINDOWS "CONCRETE REPAIR "PAINTING statewide is honoring the family as part of the said Sargent Danny Weigel of the University of i EhSve Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign from North Dakota Police Department. "There is no ex- 'August 18 throu September 4. The enforcement O/S 'f0rrror driving sober or designating a sober /campaign includes an increased emphasis on re- driver. This Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over en- moving impaired drivers from North Dakota forcement campaign honoring the Deutscher fam- roads, coupled with education to the public to re- ily will hopefully teach or reinforce this message inforce the importance of driving sober, to all North Dakota motorists." Aaron (34), Allison (Mickelson, 36) and The North Dakota Highway Patrol, along with Brielle (18 months) Deutscher, and the couple's the Grand Forks, Nelson, Pembina, and Walsh unbom child were traveling west on 1-94 to Bis-. County Sheriffs' Offices, and the Grand Forks and marck for a family reunion in July 2012, when UND Police Departments will participate in the their vehicle was hit head-on by a pick-up truck increased impaired driving enforcement August traveling the wrong direction on the Interstate. 18 through September 4. The driver of the pick-up truck was intoxicated, "The NDDOT supports law enforcement ef- killing the Deutscher family and himself on im- forts to deter motorists from driving impaired," pact. said Karin Mongeon, NDDOT Safety Division In a joint statement, the Deutscher and Mickel- Director. "We are committed to ensuring mo- son families said, "We continue to share the tragic torists are educated about the importance of driv- crash that killed our children and grandchildren in ing sober, and are honored to partner with the the hopes of making a difference in the lives of Deutscher and Mickelson families in doing so." others. These were real people whose lives were The NDDOT administers federal grant funding cut far too short by a terrible decision that was as part of an overall effort to prevent deaths and 100 percent preventable. The shock and pain that injuries on North Dakota roads. Learn more about resulted from the crash were unimaginable, but these and other traffic safety initiatives at we hope to turn that pain into change for the bet- dotnd.gov, ndcodefortheroad.org or join the con- ter." versation on the Code for the Road Facebook or Alcohol is a factor in about 40-50 percent of Twitter page. motor vehicle fatalities in North Dakota annually. The Deutscher family has memorials on the However, data from the North Dakota Department North Dakota Crash Memorial Wall. To view their of Transportation (NDDOT) shows that 2016 had memorials, visit ndcodefortheroad.org/memorial. NOM RENOVATION$ AND MORE Serving All Of Eastem ND Licensed/insured MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2017 9A,M. CDT - ABERDEEN, SD - DOT SHOP W. HWY. 12 Selling heavy equipmerlt, vehicles, recreational, shop, office, & misc. TUESOAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2017 9A.M. CDT - MITCHELL, SD - 1300 S Ohlman St Selling vehicles, recreational, heaw equipment, shop & misc. , WEDNESOAY~ SEPTEMBER 13, 2017 9A.M. CDT - Ft. PIERRE, SD - STANLEY CO. FAIRGRODNDS Selling over 100 vehicles, equipnre~t office & large asst. of misc. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2017 9A.M. MDT - STURGIS, SD - DOT SHOP, 1-90 EXIT 32/11 Otter Rd. Selfing vehicles, mowers, recreational, heavy equipment shop, office & misc. 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Requires equivalency to completion of twelfth grade and a clear criminal background history. General experience dealing with the public in a service environment is desirable. Applications can be found online at www.co.walsh.nd.us or can be picked up at the 911 Administration Office located at 638 Cooper Ave Suite 2 Grafton, ND 58237. Applications will be accepted at the 911 Administration Office or via email to walshemg@nd.gov. Position is open until filled. For assistance in obtainingan have, please contact our office at (701) 352-2311. i; Book your session Aug. to take advantage of our $10 off 60 Minute Mas ge or Physiotherapy SessiOn $15 off 90 Minute Massage or Physiotherapy Session Buy One Get One V= off ;L: u,r Face boo < (,o,) S20-1606 e r knecht87@hotmail.com Grafton and Park River Chi Clinic