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Page 6 I-r-IF V /AL.SH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, SEP-TEMBER 23, 2_015 PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The are affected. In addition, the De- North Dakota Departments of partment of Health and the De- Health (NDDoH) and Agricul- partment of Agriculture, Animal ture (NDDA), Animal ttealth Di- Health Division, recommend these vision, have removed the adviso- steps to avoid exposure to cyan- ry fbr cyanobacteria, also known otoxins: as blue-green algae, at Homme * Respect any advisories an- Dam near Park River. Test results from samples col- nounced by public health author- letted the last two weeks have in- ities. If you see posted signs or dicated that the level of wan- hear messages to stay out ofa cer- otoxins in ttommc Dam near Park tain body of water, respect the River have decreased to very low warning. levels. 'q'he cooler fall weather is * Do not swim, water ski or also expected to keep the threat of boat in areas where the water is future cyanobacteria blooms in discolored or where you see foam, l:tomlne Dam low," according to scum or mats of green or blue- Mike Ell, and Environmental Sci- green algae on the water. entist with the North Dakota De- partment of Health's Division of * If you accidentally swim in Water Quality. water that might have a cyanobac- As a result of a persistent and teria bloom, rinse off with fresh severe cyanobacteria bloom that water as soon as possible. began in late July, the NDDott is- 4' Do not let pets or livestock sued a warning asking the public swim in or drink fi'om areas where to avoid contact with water in the the water is discolored or where lake. By early September, micro- you see foam, scum or mats ofal- cystin concentrations had dropped gae on the water. tosaferlevels, so the waming was * If pets (especially dogs) changed to an advisory. Now, swim in scummy water, rinse with microcystin levels ap- proaching zero, the NDDoH has them offimmediately- do not let lifted the advisory and water- them lick the algae (and toxins) off based activities can continue as their fur. usual at ttomme Dam. * Don't irrigate lawns or golf While the threat of algae courses with pond water that looks blooms is mostly over for this year, scummy or smells bad. people are urged to be aware of For more information aboul and avoid waters that look dis- the effects of cyanobacteria coloredor scummy, or that have a blooms on pets and livestock, foul odor. Cyanobacteriadiscolor contact the Animal Health Divi- the water they live in, and can cause foam, scum or mats to ap- sion, North Dakota Department of pear on the surthce. "lhe public is Agriculture at 701.328.2655. For urged to avoid contact with or lnore intbnnation on public health swallowing water affected by issues, contact Mike Ell, North cyanobacteria, and to protect their Dakota Department. of tlealth, at pets and livestock from waters that 701.328.5225. Lelt: The Guy Miller Memorial 5K was created for community members looking to remember Guy, help out by raising funds for area search and res- cue units, or just looking to run or walk-- including f0ur-legged friends. Karen Cudm0re (left) is walking with Guy's aunt, Kris Peterka, and dogs Photo: Larry Bid Pete (left) and Gus. BISMARCK, N.D. -- The North Dakota Game and Fish Department's website atnot provide a hunting license withthis program. Game and Fish Department is currently work- Hunters who do not have Interact Not everyone who signs up will end up with ing with landowners in 12 hunting units access can call the department's main office in a new place to hunt, because not everyone's across the state who would like to host hunters Bismarck at 701-328-6300. schedule will match up with a landowner's, and with antlerless deer licenses in 2015. Hunters will provide their address, hunting more people will likely put their name on the Participating landowners are located in unit(s) where they hold valid antlerless licenses, list than there are openings. Currently, partic- hunting units 2C, 2I, 2J2, 2KI, 2K2, 3A4, 3B3, and if using rifle, muzzleloader or bow. From 3C, 3D2, 3F1,4B and 4E. this list the department will select the number ipating landowners have openings for about 120 The program is not intended for buck of hunters landowners have agreed to host. doe hunters. hunters, but designed to direct hunters with These hunters will be sent the landowner's North Dakota's 2015 regular deer gun sea- antlerless licenses to specific areas to reduce name, phone number and any information re- son runs from Nov. 6-22. In addition, the deer populations, fating to the landowner's specific situation, archery season extends through Jan. 3, 2016; Interested hunters can get their name on a Hunters must have a valid 2015 deer gun li- the youth season is Sept. 18-27; and muzzle- list of possible participants by accessing the cease - the Game and Fish Department does loader runs from Nov. 27 - Dec. 13. WALHALLA, N.D. The Pembina Gorge State Recreation AreaIn addition to, food and entertainment there willbe an exhibit trail- is hosting the last of a series of celebrations recognizing the North Dako- er full of ND Parks & Recreation Department memorabilia and ihis- ta Parks and Recreation Department's 50th Anniversary on Saturday, tory and many giveaways for those in attendance! 50th Anniversary Sept. 26. The event is being held in conjunction with Walhalla's Pump- memorabilia and souvenirs will also be available for sale. 50th An- kin Fest. niversary items include: T-shirts, hooded sweatshirts, cookbooks, col- Free hotdogs, brats, chips and S'mores ice cream will be served at fee mugs, roscoe raccoon stuffed animals, and a special Roscoe's Roast Riverside Park beginning at noon. At 1 : 15 p.m. magician and balloon coffee blend. twister Jeffrey Salveson is providing entertainment. A Farmers Mar- For more informatio0 on the Pembina Gorge State Recreation Area ket and Pumpkin Judging Will ta e place in the morning andtr lle , andits e/vents (279D;549-2 44ior Vlsit the North Da, k,Qt P,ar s and rides will be provide after Salves n's show. Recreation Department website at w,aw.parkrec, Estate Sale - 2rid Release MHA Nation First Annual for Suicide Saturday - Sept. 26, 2015 1 p.m. begin and end at Parshall High School, Parshall, ND Souvenir Tee-Shirts, Water Bottles, Snacks and Meat will be served "Weeping may endure for the night, but joy cometh in the morning" Ps. 30:5 LOG HOME KITS AMERI(.'AN LOG HOMES IS ASSISTING I.IQUIDATION O[; NEWLY RELEASED ESTATE & AfJCOUNT SERT"LEMENT ON HOUSES 3 Ix~g Homes selling h)r BAI,ANCE O~WED, FREE DEI,IVERY Model # 303 IAttte Rock $38,525 -- BAI.ANCE O~dCEi) $15,900 Model # 403 Augusta $42.451) -- BAI.ANCE OVCED $16,500 ~k Model # 502 Santa Fe544.950 -- BALANCE ()WED $17,500 "k NEW - HOMES HAVE NOT BEEN MANUFAfYI'URED Make any design changes you desire! Comes with Complete Building Blueprints & Construction Manua! Windows, Doors, and Roofing not included Ball NO TIME LIMIT FOR DELIVERY A+ Rating G iv e a gift subs crip tion P.O. Box Park Rivet ND 58270 ppear in all 90 North Dakota newspapers paper HELP WANTED LANGDON HOSPITAL IS seeking a CEO. Must possess MHA or MBA and 5 years of healthcare CEO/CEO equiva- lent experience. Closure: Sep- tember 25th, 2015. Nicole 701-256-6127. EXTENSION AGENT, AG & Natural Resources/Bottineau County. NDSU is an EEO/AA- M/F/VET/Disability Employer. Open until filled. Apply at: http://jobs.ndsu .edu/post- ings/6755. Exempt from ND Veterans' Preference require- meats. P/T HUMAN RESOURCES position on contract basis. Ap- propriate education/experi- ence required. Pay DOE. Resume w/references to: Cavalier County, 901 3rd Street, #15, Langdon, ND 58249. Deadline October 16. (701)256-2229. TRAVEL NURSES WANTED in North Dakota to work occasional shifts. You choose your own shifts to fit your schedule. Call immedi- ately. 701-290-4605. MCLEAN COUNTY IS hir- ing two or more full-time Patrol Deputies. Apply by 4:00 p.m. CDT on September 30, 2015 by calling 701-462-8541. NAPOLEON CARE CEN- TER is looking to hire full time night RN or LPN. Flexible scheduling with 3-12 hour shifts, every third weekend and rotating holidays. Excel- lent wages, benefit package and $5,000 sign on bonus. Contact: Melissa Glatt RN DON, (701) 754-2381. NCC is an EOE. PRECISION AGRICUL- TURE INSTRUCTOR, Lake Region State college, 9- month, benefits, Bachelor's Degree; instructional experi- ence, agricultural work experi- ence. Go to for more information. WANTED: ENGLISH TEACHER immediately, Leeds Public H.S., Leeds, ND. Con- tact Mr. Robert Bubach, 701- 466-2461 or SEEKING PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN, Douglas, Wyoming. 5+ years experi- ence, direct production surface facilities and production oper- ations knowledge desirable. Competitive wages, benefits, 401K. Email resume to d vig e@ m atrix- SEEKING LEAD ROUSTABOUT in Douglas, Wyoming. 3+ year roustabout experience, CDL and experi- ence running heavy equipment required. Competitive wages, benefits, 401K. Email resume to dvige@matrix- HELP WANTED. Welder- general helper for Welding- Machine Shop, Prefer 2 years of Welding School training and 5 years of maintenance weld- ing experience. Will train the right person. Salary (doe) + Benefits (Health, Vision, Pd Vacation, Pd Holidays, Retire- ment & More). Call 701-584- 2278, ask for Mark, or email Stelter Repair, Inc. New Leipzig, ND. EXPERIENCED TRUCK DRIVERS: Freight Solutions of Hurdsfield, ND has an imme- diate opening! Excellent pay, benefits, vacation time. We pull a variety of hopper bot- toms in several U.S. states and Canadian provinces. Driv- ers must be able to haul to Canada. Contact Lyndsey at 701-962-3300 or visit www'freightslutinsnd'cm if you are interested in this great opportunity!. APARTMENTS & CON- DOS FOR RENT NOW RENTING! START- ING at $900/mth! Silver Wa- ters 55+ Retirement Community, Grand Forks. New 1 & 2 bedrm's, elevator, com- munity rooms, Ht/wtr/swg/garb/u nderg rou nd parking included. 701-757- 0926, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE NORTH DAKOTA FARM- LAND values are at all-time highs! Contact Kevin Pifer 701-238-5810 (kpifer@pifers. corn) for Free Farmland Valua- tion Land Auctions & Farmland Management Services. PLANTERS & SEEDING EQUIPMENT BUYING USED VALMAR and Candy applicators. Call Paul at Daily Bread Farms. 763-286-2037. TRACTORS/TRAILERS FOR SALE NEW 2016 42' Belly Dumps & 44' Side Dumps, air ride, 3rd axle lift, push block, cab pen- dant. Precision Equipment Mfg., Fargo, ND: 800-237- 5161 www.preci- STEEL BUILDINGS FOR SALE AG PRODUCERS/ FARM- ERS/ RANCHERS - factory direct steel buildings - dis- counts for display buildings - 60'x120', 70'x150', 80'x200'. Building could be 100% tax deductible, call now 844-297- 8335. COMMERCIAL BUILD- INGS FOR SALE: COMMER- CIAL Building, 2500 sq. ft. at 516 Main Street, Bottineau, ND, 701-228-3456, leave mes- sage. LIVESTOCK & SUPPLIES FALL ROUND UP horse buying at Stockmen's Live- stock, Dickinson West barn, Thursday, October 8th, 8am to 3pm. Buying all kinds of horses. Paid top dollar on the spot. No commission, no wait- ing. Just bring your horses or call Joe and Sharon Simon 612-839-9568. Licensed and bonded buyer. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE LOOKING FOR THE most complete listing of ND Media? ND Media Guide. Only $25! Call (701) 223-6397, NDNA. YOUR 25-WORD classified ad can now appear in every ND newspaper! Only $150! NorthSCAN is the answer. Contact your newspaper for placement. MISCELLANEOUS HAVE A NEWS release or other information that needs to reach all ND newspapers? ND Newspaper Association can help! One call does it all. (701) 223-6397.