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PaRe 6 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, SEPIEMBER 9, 20t5 Threat level PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The North of caution and avoid waters that look dis- ness; or rashes, hives or skin blisters. Chil- where the water is discolored or where you off their ftu: Dakota Departments of Health (NDDott) colored or scummy, or that have a foul dren are at higher risk than adults for ill- see foam, scum or mats of green or blue- Don't irrigate lawns or golf courses with and Agriculture (NDDA), Animal Health odor. Blue-green algae discolor the water ness because their smaller size can allow green algae on the water, pond water that looks scummy or smells Division, have removed the warning and they live in, and can cause tbam, scum or them to get a relatively larger dose of toxin. If you accidentally swim in water that bad. instead have issued an advisory for blue- mats to appear on the surface. The Department of Health and the De- might have a cyanobacteria bloom, rinse For more information about the effects green algae, also known as cyanobacteria, The public is urged to avoid contact partment of Agriculture, Animal Health offwith fresh water as soon as possible, of blue-green algae blooms on pets and at Homme Dam near Park River. with or swallowing water affected by blue- Division, recommend these steps to avoid Do not let pets or livestock swim in or Test results ti om samples collected ear- green algae, and to protect their pets and exposure to cyanotoxins: drink from areas where the water is discol- livestock, contact the Animal Health Dive- liar this week have indicated that the level livestock from waters that are affected. Respect any advisories announced by ored or where you see foam, scum or mats sion, North Dakota Department of Agri- ofcyanotoxins in ttomme Dam near Park Blue-green algae blooms can produce public health authorities. If you see posted of algae on the water, culture at 701.328.2655. For more River have decreased to acceptable levels, poisonous cyanotoxins that, if swallowed, signs or hear messages to stay out ofa cer- If pets (especially dogs) swim in information on public health issues, con- However, since conditions can change can cause severe diaThea and vomiting; lain body of water, respect the warning, scummy water, rinse them offimmediately tact Karl Rockeman, North Dakota De- quickly, people are urged to eft on the side numb lips, tingling fingers and toes; dizzi- Do not swim, water ski or boat in areas - do not let them lick the algae (and toxins) partment of Health, at 701.328.5225. Jr1- ,i le~TTv~n~r~ ]~, r~n,"tl T~n t'~ ~ m la A I-~1n 1 "" '--i-~?-.~ i''--.5 -:'iS=.i-"K: i-.%L~ i. ill-; who is a member of the governing board with Phelps. The bags have taken on a variety of themes. At last count. Phelps said that between the wine bags and wine totes that she and Jelinek have made there are at least 50 designs and more than 150 individual bags and that doesn't include the rough- lv 30 that Monson made. Jelinek said that the project has almost become an obsession. Dif- ferent fabrics have been jumping off of the shelves with styles fat vari- ous seasons and holidays, branches of the military, brands of tractors, sports, and more. Every bag purchased in the wine grab gets the buyer a chance to win a variety of wine related acces- sories including the grand prize of an Eiffel Tower wine rack, glass set, stopper pump, and two bottles of wine purchased by Dr. Mandi .lohn- son on her travels. Jelinek said they wanted to make the fundraiser 'a little more inter- active" by increasing opportullities for those attending the supper to get involved. Tickets for the eveJlt are $25 each and available f:irst Care llealth Center, Citizens State Bank, Gate City Bank, Ye Olde Medicine Cen- ter, First United Bank, any FCttC employee, or at the door. Ticket in- cludes a chance on $250 in Pak Riv- Photo: Submitted Left: The Eiffel Tower wine rack, four glasses, two bottles of wine, and stopper are all a part of the Wine Grab at First Care Health Center's Hawest Fest. Those who purchase wine bags in the Wine Grab aut0malically are entered to win. Right: Russ Halvers0n of Grape Mill Vineyard and Winery in East Grand Forks, Minn,, donated wine to Susan Phelps to put into the fundraising event at Harvest Fest. er Bucks donated by Citizens State lion include: Services and Scheels Bank of Park River. Jin(s Super A coffee lover's basket donat- Watkins goodies donated by Valu will be catering a harn supper ed by Altru Health Foundation Grafton Drug starting at 6:30 p.m. and the basket Embroidered gifts donated by A little one's faith chest, which auction will R)llow. Arlyn Askim Jean Field includes a handcrafted wooden will be acting as auctioneer. An assortment of outdoor games chest filled with a baby blanket, Some ofthe baskets uptbrauc- donated by Health Information frame, Bible, book of prayers, Park River Coliseum is excited to welcome back Dr. Miller will start seeing patients on Sep.tember 14th and will be available during the following business hours: I Monday 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. in Park River Tuesday 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. in Grafton | Wednesday 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. in Park River ] Friday 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. in Park River | addition, Dr. Miller will be seeing pal ents in Grafton every other SaturdayI from 9:00 a.m.- Noon starting September 12th Dr. Miller is excited to be back in the community and looks forward to helping you improve your health through Chiropractic care, Call to schedule your appointment today/ Check out our website at gprchiro,com or like us on Facebook for additional information and health articles, ( RAFTON & PARK RIVER C H I RO P RA C T I C IkCLIN[C 728 Hlu, Avl ., GRAFTON, ND 7111-352-0400 424 BRl(a;S AVE., PARK RIVER * 701-284-6677 stuffed lamb, Scentsy plug-in scent bar, handmade hat and booties A University of North Dakota tailgating basket including tail- gater's treasures, two tickets to a football game, two tickets to a hockey game and a "Sioux" jersey In addition to the auction and the wine grab, Jelinek said they also would be bringing back the game "Heads or Tails," which is played like it sounds. Everyone who is play- ing pays in and the last one stand- ing who has properly guessed heads or tails wins $250 in Park River bucks donated by Citizens State Bank. Proceeds from this event are slated to go toward the patient ac- tivity department, which Jelinek said, many people don't think about, but for those who have extended stays at the hospital is quite impor- tant. Whether you buy a basket, take home a wine bag, u-y your luck at "heads or tails," or just have a meal, there are plenty of ways to get involved in the 2015 Harvest Feet. "It's a great way to support First Care Health Center," Jelinek said. REMINDER OF WALSH COUNTY'S Policy lit js the duty of landowners or operators with land adjoihing, county" roads, ad designate by the Walsl4 County Board of Commissioners to cut all weeds and grasses along the county roads adjoining their lands, including weeds and grasses growing within the publio right of way bordering county roads and their lands. The cutting shall be completed no later than September first of each year, as prescribed by the Walsh County Board of Commissioners. If the landowner or operator fails to cut the weeds and grasses along the designated highways or roads as provided in this policy, the Walsh County Board of Commissioners may cause the weeds and grasses to be cut and $100 per one-half land mile (one side of road), fine or the actual cost of mowing, which ever is greater, shall be certified to the County Auditor, and all of the expenses shall be charged against the land of the landowner and shall become a part of the taxes to be levied against the land for the ensuing year and shall be collected in the same manner as other real estate taxes are collected. Grass must be mowed shoulder level or lower. This policy is in accordance with Century Code: 63-05- 01, 63-05-02. WAS S 1 O.9OO .I.:... 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