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Page 12 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2017 By Allison Olimb of The Press HOOPLE, N.D. -- On Tuesday, Sept. 12, two 30,000 bushel bins gave way at H0ople Farmers Grain Co. in Hoople, N.D. Elevator Manager Guy Phelps said that they had about an hour notice before the first bin collapsed as it started to groan and spit bolts. The bin had been full for two weeks. He said that they tried taking grain out to relieve the pres- sure, but the damage already had been done. The bin went down not long after. Phelps said that it was structural failure. "I don't have any reason why it would have broke," he said adding the bin was equipped with stiff- eners. An overhead con- veyer connected the bin to another. As the first bin went down, it took the second, which was also full, with it. A couple of legs were damaged and possibly, he said, their grain dryer. Workers from For- est River Colony were on site last week to assist in clean uE prior to the weekend; rains. Photos: Larry Bid The old saying goes plant lhe dust your bins .wil bust, but werenl qdls expecting Ibis last Tuesday at Hoople Farmers Grain in Hoople, N.D. Two 30,000 bushel bins collapsed. Top: Marlin Maendal deans up some of grain from lhe Office The Forest River Colony is clearing uplhe mess oftwo oolapsed bins. Botlom Lelt: Remnants of the collapsed bins sit in front oflhe bin complex, Bottom Right: The spilled grain is being rescreen . t0tell? WeYehereo help, AND& to line Always the "Where Quality is Standard" "Specializing in farm and home wiring" Scott Wedel - Owner MN licensed Master Electrician. Call him today up the projects you want done before winter. same person doing the same level of work for you. 701-331-1579 www.saelectric.company saelectric. 14@gmail.com I T his spectacular Red River Valley Farm features exceptionally strong predudng soils throughout the entire cropland acres. 398.5 acres to be sold in two parcels, east of Warsaw, North Dakota in Pulaski Township. Thb farm has distinctively high Soil Productivity Indexes in the upper 80s and is consistent in its prnducttvity. Parcel One: Acres: 238.50+1- [ Legal: S~NWV4 & EIhSW & W~,~SWI~ 23-156-51 -~ Cropland Acres: 231.05 +/- Soil Pl: 83.3 It Parcel Two: u Acres: 160 +/- Legal: NW1/4 26-156-51 Cropland Acres: 144.50 +/- Soil Pl: 81.2 Bob Pifer 701.371,8538 INd pifer cm seller reserves the right to rejc~ct or accept any and all bids. Pifer's Auctio~ & Realty, 1506 29th Ave S, Moorhead. ~ 56560. Kevtn Pifef, ND # 715. Piofer "s www.pifers.com 877.477.3105 Your community. Your paper. Your story. Contact Allison or Brook at the Walsh County Press 284-6333 or wcpress@polarcomm.com ALL SPORTS, ALL THE TIME...DON'T MISS A MINUTE OF THE ACTION WITH THE FROM POLAR CABLEVISION! 550 NFL Red Zone 560 Fox College Sports Pacific 755 Midco Sports Network HD* 555 Midco Sports Network 561 FoxSports North Plus 761 FoxSportsNorth Plus HD* 556 MidcoSportsNetwork2568 Sportsman Channel 762 NFLRedZoneHD~ 558 Fox College sports Central 569 World Fishing Network 768 SportsmanChanneIHD* 559 Fox College Sports Atlantic 570 HRTV 769 World Fishing NetworkHD* FOR A LIMITED TIME, WHEN YOU ADD THE SPORTS PACK WE'LL GIVE YOU THE iFIR T HSIqT 701:284.7221 J 800.284.7222 www.tl inkpolar.com