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513 4SP ST TOWH "*CmS 21TWCOT ST SINGLE COPY $1.00 VOL. 136 ISSUE 12 PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2018 | Photo: Larry Bid Above: Narloch Farms were busy haw sting pinto beans just west of Minto recenlJy. For the week ending September 16, 2018, there were 5.8 days suitable for fieldwod(, according to the USDA's National Agricultural Sta- stics Service. Dry edible beans dropping leaves was 97 percent, near 95 last year, and ahead of 91 average. Harvested was 74 percent, well ahead of 41 last year and 37 average. ED1NBURG, N.D. -- On Aug. Foundation and $385 toward their 26, the Walsh County Saddle Club local cancer fund. hosted the Tails Together Trail Ride The money raised for the Cope with the Cope Well Foundation. Well Foundation will be going to- They had 29 riders overall and ward "Cope Well to Live Well" Sur- mised $290 toward the Cope Well vivor Sacks that the club will be as- sembling this winter. These sacks get dispersed to local hospitals and given to cancer patients and their families. They are packed with es- sential items needed for extended hospital stays to make life easier for the patient and their families. This event would not have been possible if it wasn't for the riders Saddle Club Cont. page 8 By Allison Olimb attitude of"little town of Mountain, ofThePress where do they expect to get MOUNTAIN, N.D.- In 2016, $50,000?" But every dollar added a conversation took shape in Moun- up. Through pancake breakfasts, tain, N.D. The kids needed a place bake sales, spaghetti feeds, painting to play. One of the biggest hang ups that nights, Schwan's Cares Campaigns, Usbome Card Sales, vendor sales, people had regarding the proposal Vikings ticket raffles, dinners, burg- was the price tag. When they start- ed discussing the plans, it was de- er nights, a partnership with the cided to go with a commercial North Dakota Community Foun- playset for insurance purposes, dation, chili cook-offs, Mud Run Donna Hunter, one of the moms Bomum Park who has been pushing forward onCont page 2 the project, said that they faced an Walsh County Health: Flu Shots See page 3 An education in environment See page 6 You cannot do a kindness soon because you never know how soon it will be late. Park River and the Connected districts: GreatWar See page 5 Homecoming See page 12