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SEPTEMBER 14, 2011 THE PRESS PAGE 5 Pop WARNER FROM PAGE 1. ", Valley-Edinburg High School awards Korea vet honorary diploma the aggression," Shannon said with a laugh. Kjelland said her position on the field is flanker or wide re- Ceiver where she can put some of that speed to good use on an open field. Accordfng to Terra, Shannon has a few more bruises than she normally has, but she's been tough. "I just slmke it off," Shannon said. ' Football isn't really her dream sport. She is just biding her time until she is old enough to play volleyball and run track like her sister, Brittnee. But for now, Shannon is just excited to play. "1 don't just paint my nails and do girly stuff;'; she said with a smile. "I think it's fun" The fifth grade team ,ended their first jamboree with one win and one loss in the books and Kjelland said they are learning with room to improve. "The most important thing was that everybody got to play," Kjelland said. Kjelland coaches the fifth grade and Kevin Skavhaug coaches the sixth grade team. The next jamboree will be held Sept. 24 in Larimore. The Cavalier, Graton, and Walhalla will host the" following Saturdays. The final jamboree will be held in Park River on Saturday, Oct. 15.  'They don't accept me as a team member, because I'm a glri,' she said, but there were a number of boys who were .used to Shannon being just another kid on the playground. GPS ADVENTURE FROM PAGE 1 t Above: LeRoy Dolney, a veteran of the Korean conflict, was recently awarded a Veteran Honorary High School Diploma from the Valley-Edinburg High School. Making the presentation to Mr. Dolney is John J. Oistad, III, Superintendent of Valley-Edinburg Public Schools. (Photo: Submitted) surroundings. By creating a login, users can track and find a number of loca- tions from one end of the county to the next. There are about 35 cache list- ings Ibr a 20-mile radius from Park River and even more for those willing to venture further. Each is listed given a rating of .difficulty and terrain (1/1 - the easiest and 5/5 - the most diffi- cult) to help treasure seekers choose a cache that is right for them. A computer programmer who wanted to test the accuracy of ira- proved GPS technology created the first cache on May 3, 2000. Calling it the "Great American Stash Hunt" he hid a container in tlae woods of Beavercreek, Ore., with the simple instructions of "Take some stuff, leave some stuff." The idea expanded from Ore- gon to all around the world. The dates of items stashed within thearea range from a few yearsago to a few days ago. For more infbrmation go to www.geocachir/g.com or N 48 24.066 W 097 44.640. O ver $2.2 billion in retroactive Agent Orange benefits paid GRAFTON, N.D. -- cell leukemia and other chronic Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric B-cell leukemias, and Parkinson's K. Shinseki announced that more disease to the list of diseases than $2.2 billion in retroactive presumed to be related to benefts has already been paid to exposure to Agent Orange. approX,'rarely-'8;O0 etlnl '' ..... Ag thb President Said to the Veterans'and their survivors who filed claims related to one of three new Agent Orange presumPtive cond!tions, August 31, 2010, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) amended its regulations to add ischemic heart disease, hairy American Legion, VA is committed to ensuring Veterans and their families receive the care and benefits they have earned;" said Shinseki. "I encourage all potentially eligible Veterans to apply as soon as possible to preserve the most favorable effective date for payments." For new claims, VA may authorize up to one year of retroactive benefits if a Veteran can show that he or she has experienced one of those conditions since the date of the regulatory change. VA has reviewed, and continues to review, thousands of previously filed claims that may qua!ify for retroactive benefits under a long-standing court order of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California in Nehmer vs. U.S. Veterans Administration. "VA encourages surviw)rs of Veterans whose death may be due to one of the threedige'ageVt'file. a claim for dependency and indemnity compensation (DIC)," added Under Secretary for Benefits Allison A. Hickcy. Secretary Shinseki's decision to add these conditions to the list of Agent Orange presumptive conditions was based on a,study by the Institute of Medicine, which indicated a positive association between exposure to certain herbicides and the subsequent development of one or more 6f te thrd tonditiofig. Potentially eligible Veterans include those who were exposed based on duty or visitation in Vietnam or on its inland waterways between January 9, 1962, and May 7, 1975; exposed along the demilitarized zone in Korea between April 1, 1968, and August 3 l, 1971; or exposed due to herbicide tests and storage at military bases within and outside of the United States. Veterans .and survivors of Veterans may contact their local County Veterans Service Officer or VA Regional Office for more information or to file a claim. The Walsh County Veterans Service Officer may be contacted at 701-352-5030, Monday through Friday. NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR SHOP, HOUSEHOLD, COLLECTIBLES, GUNS, VEHICLES ESTATE AUCTION SAT. SEPT. 24 AT 10:00 A.M. POLAR COMMUNICATIONS, a" competitive and growing telecommunications company located in northeastern North Dakota is seeking a Network Administrator to become part of its team. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: The Network Administrator will be responsible for maintaining entire company LAN system, which includes installing, updating, and repairing the network and related equipment. QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum qualifications include a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Systems or related field and at least three years of work related expeflence. Individuals with Microsoft, Cisco, or A+ are preferred. BENEFITS: This position offers a competitive salary, depending on experience, with a full benefit package, including pension and savings plans, 401 (k), free disability coverage, life insurance, paid time off, moving expenses, and health, dental and vision ;insurances. Your ad goes here! Call 284-6333 today for rates. A complete job description and Polar Application form can be i obtained from company website at www.thir oolar.com. APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 23, 2011 Please send cover letter, Polar Application and resume to the following address: Polar Communications Attn: HR Administrator PO Box 270 Park River, ND 58270-0270 Polar Communications is an Equal Opportunity Employer. cRP LAND & FARMSTEAD FOR SALE IN SHEPHERD TOWNSHIP WALSH COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA LADDIE ZAHRADKA offers for sale the following- described land (160 acres) including a nice 1-stoi-y house with many modern improvements, garage, 40x80 pole shed and utility building: The Southeast Quarter (SE) of Section 27, Township 156, Range 59 The farmland (121.1 acres) is subject to a CRP Contract which expires on September 30,2012. Bid Procedure: Written bids will be received at the law office of Steven C. Ekman, Bremer Bank Building, 910 Hill Avenue, PO Box 70, Grafton, ND 58237 until 2:00 on Tuesday, September 27, 2011. Bids will be opened thereafter and the successful bidder will be contacted. Please mark your envelope "BID FOR ZAHRADKA LAND". The Owner reserves the right to conduct oral bidding after the written bids are submitted. The right is reserved to waive irregularities and to reject any or all bids. Terms: 10% of the purchase price will be due upon acceptance of a bid, and the balance due 30 days later. For a bidding packet and further information, contact: Steven C. Ekman Attorney at Law 910 Hill Ave, PC Box 70 Grafton ND 58237 (701) 352-0916 steven,ekman.com Your source for Happy Happenings. Walsh CountT Press 284,6333 LOCATED:. 121 JACOB STREET, PARK RIVER, ND TURN NORTH AT PR SQUARE LOCATED ON HWY 17 WEST FOLLOW THE SIGNS. ICLE TRACTO _,OO'IFER: 1998 BUICK GErRY-LOADED, M-IHC WITH 320 DUAL LOADER & BUCKET GRAPPLE, VICTORY PRIDE 4 WHEEL ELECT. SCOOTER (LIKE NEW), EXL ELECT. LIFT FOR 4 WHEELER. HOPP& TOOLS: DEER CART, 8HP TECMSEH SNOWING GAS ENGINF_JELECTRIC START, GOOSE HUNTING DECOYS, SCALE, FLOOR JACK, CREEPER, MISC. TIRES, PULLEYS, OIL BURNER, BELT SANDER, (2) SHOP VACS, CLAMPS, HAND SANDERS, MISC. HAND AND ELECTPJCAL TOOL, SCROLL SAW, 16-32 DRUM SANDER, WOOD WORKING CLAMPS, SEARS LONG BED TURNING LAITHE, PUMP JACK, SM SCALE, DAKA WOODSTOVE, SM FLATBED TRAILER, LOG SPLITTER/10HOP/TECUMSEH GAS MOTOR, CROSS CUT SAW, COME ALONG, FORNEY WELDER, PORT AIR COMPRESSOR, CHAIN HOIST, BENCH SAW, TABLE SAW, ANVIL, BENCH GRINDER, WHEEL BARROW, MISC. WOOD FOR BURNING AND PROJECTS, HYD, BELT PULLEY, OTHER MISC. HAND AND ELECT. TOOLS, (2) ROUND METAL PICNIC TABLES, VOLLEY BALL NET, CHARCOAL GRILL, LAWN CHAIR, PLANT STAND, HORSE SHOES, GARDEN TOOLS. COLLECTIBLES & HOUSEHOLD: FLAT TOP TRUNK, CREAM CANS, GLASSWARE, NATIVITY SET-CERAMIC, OLD CHILDREN TOYS, PEWTER COMMEMORATIVE PLATES-AM REVOLUTION PLATES, TRICYCLE, GOLF CLUBS, CROCK BOWL, X-MAS TREE HOLDER, GROCERY CART, CARVED WOOD DECOYS, FLAT TOP TRUNK, (2) ANIMAL SKIN RUGS, HORSE TEAM AND WAGON, EYE GLASSES, CANES, HALL TREE, OLD BOOKS, MIRRORS, LARGE COLLECTION OF COMIC. BOOKS, COLLECTOR PLATES AND SETS, ENAMEL PIECES, BENTWOOD CHAIRS, SEV SHOPMADE WOOD FIGURINES, RELIGIOUS PICTURES AND ITEMS, CAMERAS, ITEMS FROM PARK RIVER SALES BARN, RADIO PHONOGRAPH, CAPTAINS CHAIRS, WALL HANGINGS, OLD AUCTION BILLS AND NEWSPAPERS, KEROSENE LAMP, 2 DRAWER FILE CABINET, OAK OFFICE DESK, RECORDS, SMALL SAFE, WRmNG DESK, 8 TRACK TAPES, MEAT GRINDER, 5-DRAWER DRESSER, W1LLIAM'S 1/2 G MILK JUG, CREAM CAN, ICE THONGS, SCHYTHE, PLATFORM SCLA'E, FAIRBANKS CREAM SEPERATOR, 8 RED WING CROCK, 2(3 LEAF CROCK & OTHER MISC, CROCKS, MCCOY VASES, OLD TOOLS, COPPER BOILER, SM WOOD STOVE, BOTTLE CAPS, LARGE WOOD STOVE, DGUrTUEB CO. PINBALL MACHINE, POTATO BASKETS, COLLARS, SHELVING, SPPORTS GAME SAVER, KITCHEN TABLE & CHAIRS, CAST IRON FRYING PAN, SMALL APPLIANCES, CROSLEY CHEST TYPE FREEZER, ESTATE WASHER AND DRYER. FRAMED ART WORK, TOWEL HOLDER, WALL PAFR STEAMER, FLOOR STEAM CLEANER, HIGH CHAIR, CRIB, CRICHET SET, MUSIC STAND, AIR PURIFIER, PUNCH BOWL, MISC. KITCHEN ITEMS, MISC. TI/'S, MEAT SAW, CLOCKS, (3) PIECE BEDROON SET, HOOVER UPRIGHT VAC, SINGER SEWING MACHINE, WHIRLPOOL CHEST TYPE FREEZER. 9 CUBIC FT. CLOTHES DRYER, GLASS TOP COFFEE TABLE, GUI_BRANSEN PRIME!RE ELECT ORGAN WITH BENCH (VERY NICE), TABLE & 2 CHAIRS, OTHER MISC. HOUSEHOLD AND COLLECTIBLES TOO NUMEREOUS TOO MENTION. GUNS: TO BE SOLD AT 12: NOON: REMINGTON MODEL 550 - 1 22, LONG & SHORT BOLT, WINCHESTER 243, YOUTH, BOLT/BUSHNELL SCOPE, REMININGTON WING MASTER 12 GAUGE 2 3/4 "SHOT GUN. SAVAGE 34013, 222 BOLT, WlDGEOM MODEL SA &'50, 12 GUGE, BOLT. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: IE ENJOYED WORKING WITH WOOD. MANY SHOP MADE WOOD PIECES MADE BY CHARUE ALONG WITH MAY OTHER INTERESTING ffEMS. PLAN TO SPEND THE DAY. THE ASK1MS. Askim Auction & Appraisal Service. The Auction Company Who Cares! - I Hope To See You There I %'ms Cash or Check US Fund rernove0 until settled for All tems sold as is whe is. All I semes ma over written   0r, I M