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~f ?- SINGLE COPY $1.00 VOL. 133 ISSUE I 0 PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2015 lifts off Photos: Larry Bid Above: Christian Larson, Larson Farms cr s beets just east of Pad( River last week. Growers were digging in the area for the American Cqtstal Sugar pre-pile. Tom I-lermann, agronomist for the Grafton and St. Thomas sites said the beets this year look good, better than last years crop. Bottom Left: The beet piler site dong Highway 17 west of Gralton was a busy place last week. Bottom Right: Jessica Delgado runs the piler at the Grafton site. GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- On Trooper Peschong was ac- Sept. 2, Trooper Matthew Peschong knowledged for inspiring a respect from the North Dakota Highway for law and working with and for Patrol was recognized at a special luncheon in his honor at the Grand Cont 3 Forks Optimist Club meeting. [Xlgt ............ ~~% ~*~ L By Allison Olimb River. Daryl Larson of The Lyric of The Press Continues (TLC) committee ex- PARKRIVER, N.D.--Adonor plained that the donor who who wishes to remain anonymous Funds is offering a matching fund cam- paign for the Lyric Theatre in Park CO/It. poge 5 By Allison Olimb standard favorites to more unique se- of The Press lections, including bottles donated PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Susan by Grape Mill Vineyard and Winery Phelps and Ruth Jelinek's simple in East Grand Forks, Minn., which sewing project has taken a life of its is owned and operated by Park own in the form ofFirst Care Health River native Russ Halverson. Center's Harvest Fest Wine Grab. Halverson nms the business with his Last spring, Jelinek suggested to wife, Gail, and son, Matt. The wine the First Care Health Center Gov- is created locally as Halverson eming Board that rather than do- grows cold-climate grapes devel- nating a basket to the annual basket oped by the University of Min- auction for Harvest Fest on Sept. 18, nesota. they donate bottles of wine for this While the contents of each wine prospective fundraising idea. Je- bag are a mystery, Jelinek said that linek said word spread and the idea swapping might be an option ifyou took off. find someone willing to make the The doors at the Park River trade. American Legion Coliseum will A few people have been in- openat5:30andwiththattheWine volved in the sewing process, in- Grab will begin. Wine bags can be cluding Loretta Monson of Edinburg purchased for $20 each and each contains a surprise bottle of wine in- Harvest Fest side. The selections will range from CODt. 6 Photo: Allison Olimb Above: Rulh Jelinek and Susan Phelps have been busy sewing a variety of bags for Rrst Care Heallh Center Ha.west Fest's new Wine Grab. Thn levei redtced on See page 2 Hoclrlnle See page 6 'Wine is 0he most heald l and most hygienic of Louis Ed. rgyou brings in awhopper See page 5 crushes Rolla in opener See page 9