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Page 8 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 20 8 Photos: Larry Bid Top: Mustangs Samantha Overend concentrates on retumiag the ball over the net against the Aggies. Bottom Lelt: Aggies Kyla Spoonland goes up for a kill shot at the net over the reach of the Mustangs Elizabeth Schanilec. Bottom Right: Aggies Gracyn Cole (left) and Gigi Brouillard go up to block a shot by the Mustangs Samantha Overend. The Aggies won in three, 25-15, 25-17, 25-12.The Aggies Josie Brodina led the night on kills with 10. tOREST RIVER AND WAI+SH CENTRE TOWNStlIPS WAI+SII COUNTY CLARK MII.LER and KARI;N PIPER offer tc, r saIc the followin;<, de:< libcd propcrii~':< t'ii!~.~.'i 1' The WCSlCFHmOS{ lO0.:tCFcsof|hc N}. + I .' :'- :. .' t'ar cJ 2: ,'g["++3d 15!;-53 I'a~cl ;': N V'L t;135 53. F:lr ',i 5: }[~). 13+ 1,%-~-3:;. L~id Frc'c,:durc: WRITTEN BIDS will be rcccived .it the law office ,q Ni, h,q.~s i' I I,lll. Iktll Curric l.awycrs, lad,710 l lill J VCnt~c - F.O. tk' i;t0. v;l,lltVgl Nl) 38237, O!l .O !L. b~[ !N .2 :S--~-O- P-m. o}J. Thur~,d.ly, Scptcmbe~i ~7: 2018. t'Icasc mark yore cm.'cloF, e "BID I-'OR AIlI.I.IIR/t'II't;R I.AND" and includc the parcel number. OR [m+~i[ vc'ttr bid to, ]+aIlc+Jl+ricl++twe+'}~.++,i+.+ta~t'ic ~m. Bids shotlld be i'n +J!c }oti![. 0:m0[tnt 4ud t}s'~t j:,:r acr . llid, ~ ill b ,mcncd .tt itl~lt thtlc .rod ihc t,y.p !] c bidders ibr each parcel w'.ll b m 'it~.',{ t," fkuli~IpdtC ill ORAl. I?,IDPlNG on Monday. Ocl~ bc, 1, 20 i S, a{ .~: ~0 Iz:.m: a+t W+{~J.! } } k~ i(- ~+ I~+4~zNK~ 2:!'~ Eioor: 733 !!il! :~vctluc:,+t,}!:a(ton, N[) ~82&7- The right is +'cscF 'cd Iv: vJivc irrc, ulJrifics And to rc,io,'t ,my or all bids. Tc.~? n>; io" ~t th ' ptm. h:lsc prkc wilt b duc Ul',C,n acc 't,lam:c of a i,id. :+m{ t}x' i l!/u~.~ c duc vithin thi!t t',O! ~i:t","~. h;k-rcst,d t+Jrtlc:; Ji'c ,ltlthorixcc} to c~ ttklcl l"S iot' i|lt'OFlllaliOll, }'Ot" Ill,It'>. bid t,:t, k 'ts .lint ttlrtlb T illf ;|lll llioI1 ' 'qlt.:h.'t: WALSH COUNTY- TRUCK DRIVERS- PARK RIVER & ADAMS The Walsh County Highway Department will be accepting applications until the positions are filled, for a truck driver position, available in the Walsh County Highway Department, in Park River and Adams, North Dakota. The position is under supervision of the Highway Superin- tendent, is responsible for performing general labor-type duties, hand and power tool operation, and advanced level truck and equipment operation on various road and bridge projects Main responsibility is to operate tandem truck/pup or semi-tractor/trailer to haul gravel and to operate single and tandem trucks in winter months for snow removal. Ex- perience in road maintenance activities desired. Applicant must have a Class A driver's license or ability to acquire one and have background knowledge of the general main- tenance of trucks. Starting salary for the position is dependent on experience. Walsh County offers a full benefit package with health in- surance, retirement, life insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, vacation time, sick time, holiday time and other miscellaneous benefits. Walsh County Highway Depart- ment employees are subject to random drug and alcohol screens Successful applicant must pass a pre-employ- ment drug and alcohol screen The job description, minimum qualifications, additional knowledge, skills and abilities, duties and responsibilities, work environment and conditions and howto apply can be found at www.walshcountynd.com under the highway de- i partment tab or by stopping by the highway department of- rice in the Walsh County Courthouse, 600 Cooper Avenue, Grafton, ND Walsh County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. (dii . {b.;Ftl,'v ~1! I,l v /,-'lit :1 +. F.v'*. lk,: {~ ! O PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Have Bareback on a Buck (Open) you wanted to try Trick Riding? Egg and Spoon (Open) Don't miss your chance! On Sept. Flag Races (Open) 22, the Walsh County Saddle Club Pole Weaving (Open) is hosting a Trick Riding Clinic at Prairie Stump Race (Open) Aggie Arena. Ribbon Race (Open) NO experience necessary or Carrot Race (Open) special equipment needed! Ages 7- Catalog Race (Open) 70 are welcome! Boot Race (no horse re- The Clinic witl cost $100 and quired!) run from 9am-3pm. Spectators Western Boots are required for are welcome andthe spots fill up all riders and helmets are sug- fast! gested. To reserve your spot pleasePrizes will be awarded for first, contact Corri Bell at (701)331- second, and third place. Lead line 3947 or Teri Thompson at to speed participants are welcome (701)331-4669! in all the open classes! Following the clinic on Sunday, No Preregistration is required, Sept. 23, there will be a FUN DAY but appreciated. Please contact starting at lpm! Events will in- Teri Thompson at (701)331-4669 clude; or Jeanette Bjomstad at (701)331- Costume Class (Youth and 1696 if you are planning on at- Adult) tending this fun packed day! ~.~+~E -:E :-:-~, = -:-L;~C~ :Z~.=,:E?'--- --- -.':-=-2.; ~ --- I 5d 3L -? ? aC e .as 3. ,;,2 5< ?L "L ;~ g 2'? g 5e .-% -% Photo: Submitted :,a who came and enjoyed the day, Corri Bell, Sally Larson, and Joleen Swartz for donating the meal afterward, and the Cope Well Foundation for allowing us to work with them on our fundraising efforts, i +>, The fundraising attempt for these Survivor Sacks is still on going. Walsh County Saddle Club members will be selling sacks throughout the fall. The sacks cost $10 and can be donated in memory of or in honor of an indP vidual. If you know an individual that you would like to be the recipient of a survivor sack, we can send your sponsored bag to them. If you are interested in donating to the cause, contact; Corri Bell, President, (701)331-3947 Sally Larson, Vice President, (701)331-1971 Ted Th. ompson, Secretary, (701)331-4669. Naomi Myrdal, Treasurer, (701 )33,!7399 !,: :,: ~ [ ] (L For more informati ! ola .th6 l, lm.dation, :m!d ,the (miasio 00se p please visit their website at'www.copewell:org r,> a BISMARCK, N.D. -- Gov. Doug Burgum has signed a proclamation establishing Sept. 22 as Hunting and Fishing Day in North Dakota. Gov. Burgum's proclamation highlights the rich and storied tradition of hunting and angling in North Dakota, and that hunters and anglers, through their license fees, have helped fund state efforts to provide for healthy and sustainable natural resources. ' The proclamation highlights a "user pays - public benefits" approach - widely recognized as the most successful model offish and wildlife man- agement in the world- which shows that last year North Dakota's 100,000 resident hunters and 150,000 resident anglers generated more than $30 miP lion to Support the conservation efforts of the Game and Fish Department. "We do not get any general tax dollars from the state of North Dako- ta," said Scott Peterson, North Dakota Game and Fish Department deputy director, "all of our income that we use is self-generated." The Hunting and Fishing Day proclamation is published on the Game z;.: and Fish website, gf.nd.gov. North Dakota's Hunting and Fishing Day coincides with National Hunt- ing and Fishing Day, an event held for more than 40 years to highlight the role hunters and anglers play in supporting conservation and scientific wildlife management. 3'+; 0 North Star Coop t t i t i I t t V Your Community. Your Paper. 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