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PAGE 8 THE PRESS SEPTEMBER 12, 2012 f [ The big show: Representing N D at the RNC TAMPA, Fla.. -- District 10 Republican Chairman Paul Henderson and his wife, Donna from Calvin, N.D., recently at- tended the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla.. Both were representing North Dakota as Delegates as a result of the election at the North Dakota State Republican Con- vention. Paul also was selected by his Delegation to represent North Dakota on the Platform Com- mittee, which met in Tampa the week beforethe Convention to write the current Platform of the Republican Party which was adopted at the Convention. Senator John Hoeven served as co-chair of the Platform Committee, and Mr Henderson was successful in proposing adopted amendments to in- clude: letting the free market work in the health care industry after the repeal of the National Health Care Act (Obamacare); protecting private information on the Internet; and adding wording to the plank which stated that the Federal Govern- Photo: Submitted Above: Pictured on the floor of the Convention, left to right are Senator Johil Hoeven, his wife Mikey Hoeven, Paul Henderson, and Donna Henderson, ment should not be responsible adding wording that States gen- plus) should not be held re- for debts of the bankrupt states erally, (and states like North sponsible for the ballooning US (like California and Illinois), Dakota that are running a sur- Federal Government debt. .......................................... J _ J iili ii II1 rllililliilllil i iiili i I Advertise in The Press today I I I I i ! I [Inllll lilillUNlil i ilOlOll statement preparation for business, farm and governmental clients in- cluding compilation, review and audit services. Three accountants, Wally Rygh, Josh Lien and Rachel Ridgeway, staff the Park River office. Josh is an NDSU graduate in accounting who farms full time but works with the firm during the winter tax season. He spe- cializes in farm tax but also works with individual as well as corporate tax clients. Rachel is a graduate of University of Nevada, Las Vegas in accounting. Her specialties are individual tax and corporate tax as well as business financial statements. Wally has been involved in all areas of accounting within the firm. Suellen Brunsvold is the office manager and haseen with the firm for 31 years and works with all of the bookkeep- ing and payroll clients as well as being in charge of all intemal account- ing. Ann plans to continue working with the firm on a part time basis dur- ing the tax season but plans to enjoy the freedom that retirement offers. She will work with the firm February through April primarily with tax work for her former clients on a year-to-year basi Ann and Wally Rygh both encourage clients of Management Consultants, Inc. to stop in the Park River office and get acquainted in the coming months. AIrPOrT -STU00 I YA C-r I dollars they invest in pavement repairs and replacements, said Jon Scraper, vice president of aviation. "We are excited to put this useful tool in the hands of airport managers across the state," Scraper said. The results of the study will be delivered in an online database, accessible to any airport managers, pilots or other individuals who require it. "The index provides a better picture for future funding needs for airports throughout North Dakota; making the information easy to access and utilize means airports can budget for projects at the fight time, saving them money," said Kyle Wanner, aviation planner for the North Dakota Aeronautics Commission. "The index also allows us to maintain consistency on a statewide scale because all the airports are studied using the same system, which benefits us from a statewide planning perspective." In addition to gathering information about the pavement conditions at airports throughout the state, the study will also address pavement strengths at the commercial service airports. This study will integrate the strengths of the nmways into the online pavement condition reports so both airports and pilots will have fingertip access to the information. This information is critical with current unprecedented new traffic coming to North Dakota. NDAC awarded Ulteig the contract for the project. 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