Newspaper Archive of
Walsh County Press
Park River , North Dakota
September 9, 2015     Walsh County Press
PAGE 5     (5 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 5     (5 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
September 9, 2015

Newspaper Archive of Walsh County Press produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

OMMUNITY THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9,2015 Page 5 approached them with the cam- paid from previous fundraising paign is willing to contribute up to there still is quite a bit to pay. $2,500 in matching funds for each They have had a great response donation received between now from family movies shown at the and Dec. 1. theater and plan to continue doing Though the theater is up andall they can to make the Lyric a running with a new projection source of entertainment in the system, Larson said that they still area. are struggling with the deficit in Larson said that TLC is plan- their initial fundraising goal of ning continued fundraising ef- $100,000 caused when the first forts to improve infrastructure projection company that the Lyric and ongoing maintenance. contracted under for the digital "We've got to keep the place projection system went bankrupt, looking good," he said. Larson said that they have re- Anyone looking to make a do- ceived paperwork from the attor- nation to the Lyric can make ney general of Massachusetts, but checks payable to "Park River nothing has been done yet to re- Community Theatre" and submit coup those costs and they still are them to Lyric Theatre, PC Box C, not even sure whether they can be. Park River. Larson said they will continue "Thanks to the community and the fundraising to pay off the the surrounding area for their con- $30,000 loan that was taken out to tinued support of the Lyric The- pay for the projection system atre," Larson said. "It's come a adding that though some has been long way." -.1~ ~ ~.r~_y~r 1"7_ ~ .i_._,- ~,~ , t~ T~ ~J~ ~.x~r .-= .z--~-;r-- --.-'-2%;---- .Y netically shift from year-to-year, however, is recommended only to This year, U.S. health officials adults, ages 18 to 64. have tweaked the flu vaccines to in- To locate a vaccination site that clude last year's missing strain, offers these flu shots, visit vac- which will hopefully provide better and type in your ZIP protection. But a flu shot is still your code. You'll also be happy to know best defense against the flu. So, de- that if you're a Medicare benefici- pending on your health, age and per- ary, Part B will cover 100 percent sonal preference, here are the flu of the costs of any flu shot, as long vaccine options (you only need as your doctor, health clinic or one of these) available to older pharmacy agrees not to charge you adults this year. more than Medicare pays. Private Standard (trivalent) flu shot: health insurers are also required to This traditional flu shot has been cover standard flu shots, however, around for more than 30 years and you'll need to check with your protects against three different provider to see if they cover the oth- strains of flu viruses. This year's ver- sion protects against two A strains er vaccination options. (H1N1 and H3N2), and one in- fluenza B virus. Pneumonia Vaccines Two other important vaccinations Quadrivalent flu shot: This vac- cine, which was introduced two the CDC recommends to seniors, years ago, protects against four especially this time of year, are the types of influenza- the same three pneumococcal vaccines for pneu- strains as the standard flu shot, monia.Around 1 million Americans plus an additional new B-strain are hospitalized with pneumonia virus, each year, and about 50,000 people High-dose flu shot: Designed die from it. specifically for seniors, age 65 and The CDC is now recommending older, this trivalent vaccine, called that all seniors, 65 or older, get two the Fluzone High-Dose, has four vaccinations-Prevnar 13 and Pneu- times the amount of antigen as a reg- movax 23. Both vaccines, which are ular flu shot does, which creates a administered just once at different stronger immune response for bet- times, work in different ways to pro- ter protection. However, note that vide maximum protection. the high-dose option may also be If you haven't yet received any more likely to cause side effects, in- pneumococcal vaccine you should cluding headache, muscle aches get the Prevnar 13 first, followed by and fever. Pneumovax 23 six to 12 months lat- FluBlok vaccine: Created for er. But if you've already been vac- adults 18 and older who have egg cinated with Pneumovax 23, wait at allergies, this is a trivalent flu vac- least one year before getting the Pre- cine that does not use chicken eggs vnar 13. in its manufacturing process. Medicare Part B covers both Intradermal flu shot: For those shots, if they are taken at least 11 who don't like needles, the intra- months apart. dermal flu shot uses a tiny 1/16-inch long micro-needle to inject the Sendyourseniorquestionsto:Sm~Senio~, vaccine just under the skin, rather p.o. Box 5443, Not~nan, OK 73070. or ffsit Sav~y- Senior.o~. Jim Miller is a conOibutor to the NBC than deeper in the muscle like stan- ro& . show and author of "'The Sm y Senior" dard flu shots. This trivalent vaccine, book I Do you want your news noticed? [ Contact The Press: (701) 284-6333 I Above: (L-R) Chris N0watzki of Luveme, Minn., Harley Hilde, and father, Dave Hilde, show off Harley's prize catch. Photo: Sub~ilted ED1NBURG, N.D. -- Saturday, Sept. 5 at roughly 2 p.m., 9-year- snag but he reeled a whopping 8.2 lb., 29 in. marble eyed walleye old, Harley Hilde was jigging with a hook and worm on a lake near with 14 3/4 in. girth. Harley released the fish and registered it in Michigan, N.D., when he knew he had caught something. The fish- the Catch and Release Club and the Whopper Club. ing party (Chris Hilde, brother of Harley; Chris Kartes of Crystal Harley is the son ofJulie Flaten, Park River and Dave Hilde, Ed- , N.D., and Bill Nowatzki of Edinburg) thought it to surely be a inburg. I '11 I I PARK RIVER, N.D. -- If you love gar- dening and sharing your knowledge with oth- ers, consider becoming a North Dakota Mas- ter Gardener volunteer in collaboration with the North Dakota State University Extension Service. This year's Master Gardener training pro- gram will run for 10 weeks beginning Oct. 2 and ending Dec. 11. The course will be offered online and in a traditional classroom setting. Classroom training will be held every Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. No classes will be held the week of Thanksgiving. "If weekday morning classes conflict with your schedule, watch online lectures in the comfort of your home on your own sched- ule," says Esther McGinnis, NDSU Extension horticulturist and North Dakota Master Gar- dener director. "For those who prefer tradi- tional learning, classroom training will be conducted in Bismarck, Cooperstown, Ellen- dale, Fargo, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Minot, Rugby, Steele, Watford City and Williston." Course topics include annual and perennial flowers, tree selection and maintenance, soil health, composting, plant diseases and pests, and vegetable and fruit production. NDSU faculty and Extension personnel teach the classes. Once participants complete the training, they are known as Master Gardener interns. They must volunteer 48 hours of time during a two-year period on horticultural projects in their home counties. After that, they will earn a Master Gardener certificate. Tuition for the 2015 class is $150 for those wishing to become a certified master gardener or $400 fbr those just interested in taking the class. Computer knowledge, Internet access and an email account are required. Class size is limited and filled on a first- come, first-served basis. The registration deadline is Sept. 11. A registration form is available at For more information, contact your local NDSU Extension Service office or McGinnis at (701) 231-7406 or esther.mcginnis@ndsu. edu. HELP WANTED IMMEDIATE OPENING! WE are looking for an energetic self-starter to fill reporter opening. Qualified candidates should have good camera skills and digital media experience. Quark and Photoshop skills would be helpful. Salary is based on experience. This is a great opportunity for someone who wants to gain experience in all areas of newspaper journalism. Full benefit pack- age is available. Send resume to: Kathy Svidal, Devils Lake Joumal Box 1200 Devils Lake, ND 58301 or e-mail DIGITAL SALES SPECIALIST: The Digital Sales Specialist will work closely with our sales teams based at our media properties in Min- nesota and North Dakota. In this key role, you'll report directly to the Sr. Group Publisher. You'll be working with a team of sales professionals to de- velop digital sales pipelines, understand customer needs and develop digital advertising campaigns that deliver strong retums on investment for our customers. We are looking for a sales leader who uses a consultative sales style and is able to coach others to improve their skills. You'll need to be able to demonstrate a strong knowledge of digital marketing products including display, mo- bile, tablet, social media and search engine opti- mization. We're seeking a creative marketer who understands the digital audience along with the marketing strategies necessary for engaging that audience. The winning candidate will enjoy a competitive salary and bonus compensation, ben- efits and a travel allowance. Skills and Specifica- tions: 2-5 years of relevant experience in online sales, business development and digital market- ing. Superior written and verbal communication skills. Track record of achieving aggressive goals. Send letter Of application and resume to: ksvi- LEWIS AND CLARK TERMINAL at Lewiston, ID is seeking a qualified General Manager. This is a river grain loading facility offering grain stor- age, blending, and barge loading. Grain handling as well as financial and personal management experience required. Apply to: - For more information contact Dave Lemmon, 320-283-5938 or Email LANGDON HOSPITAL IS seeking a FT Plant Operations Director- responsible for safety, se- curity and plant operations of facilities, grounds, and equipment. Contact Nicole: 701-256-6127. EOE. AREA EXTENSION SPECIALIST/Cropping Systems, Williston Research Extension Center Williston, ND. NDSU is an EO/AA employer. Open until filled. Apply: ings/6670 "Exempt from NDSU Veteran's Prefer- ence." PARTS SPECIALIST- STANLEY, ND. Border Plains Equipment, a certified Case IH and New Holland dealership, is currently accepting appli- cations for a full-time Parts Specialist. The posi- tion will involve processing parts orders, warranty, credits, freight shipments, purchase orders and procuring outside parts. Applicant should be self- driven, have good organization and computer skills, and successfully help customers identify and fulfill their parts and accessory needs. Expe- rience working with agricultural parts preferred. Applicants must be/and possess: * Excellent or- ganizational, communication and problem solv- ing skills * Thrive and multi-task in a fast paced environment * Superior customer service skills * Computer skills with the ability to learn new pro- grams. Applicants must be able to meet and maintain insurable driving status and pass pre- employment drug testing. We offer competitive wages, 401K retirement plan, health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, short-term and long-term disability insurance, life insurance, paid vacation, eight paid holidays and job training. To be considered for this position, please email your resume to SEEKING AREA COORDINATOR, Manage successful tutoring program in your area. We will provide all back room expenses/payroll. Great business opportunity for dedicated entrepreneur. 8 0 0 - 2 9 3 3 0 9 1 AcademicTutoringService@g mail .com SEEKING PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN, Douglas, Wyoming. 5+ years experience, direct production surface facilities and production oper- ations knowledge desirable. Competitive wages, benefits, 401K. Email resume to dvige@matrix- SEEKING LEAD ROUSTABOUT in Douglas, Wyoming. 3+ year roustabout experience, CDL and experience running heavy equipment re- quired. Competitive wages, benefits, 401K. Email resume to OTR REGIONAL NEEDED TODAY - S&S Transport hauls farm commodities. Drivers need Class A CDL, 2-yrs exp. Passport, Doubles. Av- erage $1,100 a Week! or call 406-309-2357. APARTMENTS & CONDOS FOR RENT NOW RENTING! STARTING at $900/mth! Sil- ver Waters 55+ Retirement Community, Grand Forks. New 1 & 2 bedrm's, elevator, community rooms, Ht/wtr/swg/garb/underground parking in- cluded. 701-757-0926, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values are at all-time highs! Contact Kevin Pifer 701-238-5810 ( for Free Farmland Valuation Land Auctions & Farmland Management Serv- ices. LAND FOR SALE 160 ACRES OF SLOPE COUNTY LAND with all mineral interest attached. For details see @ CAMPERS/RV'S FOR SALE 2013 FIFTH WHEEL. Heartland Sundance SD 3300ck 36' 10" 3, Slides Sleeps 8 people, Electric Patio awning, Includes outside shower and camp kitchen, Used 2 summers. Asking $37,000 OBO. Call 701-290-7912. FOR SALE: 2011 STEALTH Toy Hauler, Model CK32-14, sleeps 10, generator, electric awning, 1 slider, 100 gal water tank. Call 701-308- 0414 or 701-308-0474. TRACTORS/TRAILERS FOR SALE NEW 2016 42 Foot Belly Dumps ready to go. Also, new 2016 44 Foot Side Dumps field ready. Precision Equipment Mfg. 800-237-5161 / 701- 237-5161. STORAGE CONTAINERS FOR SALE OR RENT: USED PORTABLE storage containers: 8'x10', 8'x20', 8'x40' Wind, water, rodent tight. High cubes also available. Delivery available. 701-260-8564. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 2 7/8" PIPE-SUCKER ROD-guardrail-super steel for sale. 24' freestanding panels, wind breaks, bottomless feed bunks. We've got it all! Call 701-260-8564. LOOKING FOR THE most complete listing of ND Media? ND Media Guide. Only $25! Call (701) 223-6397, NDNA. YOUR 25-WORD classified ad can now ap- pear in every ND newspaper! Only $150! North- SCAN is the answer. Contact your newspaper for placement. ANNOUNcEMENTS/EVENTS DON'T MISS IT! 41st South Central Thresh- ing Association Threshing Bee and Antique Show, Braddock, N.D., Sept. 12 and 13. See poster: For information, call Del, 701- 426-0370. MINOT COIN CLUB SHOW. September 12, 9 to 5; September 13, 9 to 3; Sleep Inn & Suites, Minot. Dealers from 3 states, Door Prizes. MISCELLANEOUS HAVE A NEWS release or other information that needs to reach all ND newspapers? ND Newspaper Association can help! One call does it all. (701) 223-6397.