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PAGE 6 7 Above: Kendra Misialek and her dad Kevin with her first deer. Right: Kendra Misialek, 12, recently shot her very first deer during the 2013 Youth Riffle Season. Kendra shot this deer on Monday, Sept. 23 over 300 yards away, north of Adams. It weighed ap prox. 140 pounds. Kendra b the daughter of Kevin and Michaela Misialek of i~/i)! ' : t I t t NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING WATER and SEWER IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 2012-1 NORTH STAR ADDITION Notice is hereby given that the Special Assessment Commission of the City of Park River, North Dakota has reviewed costs incurred and spread special assessments as shown below for Water ,' and Sewer Improvement District No. ii i i ii LOt 7 ' + $!4,100 Lot 8 .. $14,100 e S 4,!00 :,,lot 10 ,-:: ,.. S14,100 ,~ .::. LOt ,11 ', 114,100: LOt 12 ' . $i4;100 2012-1. A Public Hearing is scheduled for LOt 13 ":* : $14,100 Friday, October 11,2013 at 12:00 p.m. in Lot 14 . , $14,100 the Park River City Council Room, 514 Lot.15 '~ ,~ .: ,$14,100 Briggs Avenue South, to consider appeals Lot 16 : ::i: .' $14,100 to the assessments. !Lot 17 ~ ~:~ $14,100~ lot 18 : $14,100 LOt 19 ' ' ~ .,$14,100 CORRECTED SPECIALASSESSMENT LIST LOt 20 $14,100 NORTH STAR ADDITION LOt 21 ..$14 100 LOt22 DESCRIPTION ASSESSMENT Lot 1 $14,100 (O~ Lot 2 $14,100 : OCt,~mlll): NOTICE OF PUBLIC H~ : STREET IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO, 101,~1,| ':: ' ' (135THAVENUENE) : ~ . ,. : :: :' ;~ I Notice is hereby given that the Special Assessment ~ ol-tll~ ~ of Perk River, North Dakota has reviewed costs incurred and spte!KI ~ for Street Improvement District No. 2013-1 (t351h Av~lue NE). A I~ HleerMg ill scheduled for Friday, October 7, 2013 at 12:00 p.m.: kl the Park Rivet C~ C.4~11il Room, 514 Briggs Ave. S, to consider appeals to the airilY,. I~ pl-~tlly owner benefitted by the project was notified by letter i~prdi~,tll~l~.~, If a property owner did not receive a letter regarding that M~'l ~, the individual should furnish the City Auditor's office with the ~'8 preNfl4 and the Auditor will then mail a copy of the individual's alNmnll~ ,~~ Auditor at 701-284-6150, PO Box C, Pad Rh,'er, ND :~IB~O, ~ ~ :' ? : :AuditOr,, (Sept. 25, and Oct. 2, 2015) : THE PRESS OCTOBER 2, 2013 Photo: Submitted BISMARCK, N.D.- Harvest ficult for operators to see ap- season is underway throughout the proaching vehicles. state and the North Dakota Depart- In 2012, there were 60 crashes in ment of Transportation (NDDOT) North Dakota involving farm equip- is urging motorists to use caution as ment. "By taking extra precautions large farm equipment is out on the on the roadway and safely sharing roadways this time of year. the road with farm equipment, "Motorists should be extremely crashes can be prevented," stresses cautious as they drive, especially on Nelson. rural, two-lane roads, as slow mov- Motorists are reminded to: ing farm equipment is out on the Watch for mud and debris on roadways," says Mark Nelson, ND- the roadway as trucks go directly DOT Safety Division Director. from the field onto the highway. "Most crashes aredue to inattention, Be aware that you can en- speeding and unsafe passing. When counter farm equipment at any time approaching farm equipment, mo- of day. torists need to pay attention, slow Drive with headlights on at all down and pass with extreme can- times. tion." Wear seatbelts. Farm equipment is very large and In addition, farmers are remind- heavy making it extremely difficult ed of the opportunity to get 10 per- for operators to accelerate, slow cent extra weight permits that can be down and stop. These vehicles also issued to expedite the first haul of have large blind spots, making it dif- farm products during harvest and for the collection and transport of sug- ar beets and potatoes. Additionally, farmers should be aware that road construction projects are fLrfishing up this time of year as well. Some roads may be inaccessible to large farm equipment. Farm equipment operators should consider the following precautions: Use lights and flashers to make equipment more visible. Use slow moving emblems on equipment traveling less than 30 mph. Consider using a follow vehi- cle when moving equipment, espe- cially at night. For the most current progress on construction projects call 511 or go to the Travel Information Map on the NDDOT website at + ENF ORE CEMENT [--f_.~,_ _,.-~_ .=__~ _~,_ .,, _/', r~ 1_ In addition to increased en- forcement efforts, the Northeast Grand Forks Regional Task Force has worked to enhance community awareness of impaired driving through the NDDOT's TODD campaign. TODD stands for "To Designate a Driver" and is a web, print, radio and television cam- paign aimed at spreading informa- tion about DUI laws, enforcement and prevention. Specifically, TODD provides a number of solu- tions for individuals and encour- ages them to find their safe tides home before going out. Drivers are encouraged to check out for more information. The Northeast Grand Forks DUI Task Force includes the following agencies: NDHP, Pembina, Walsh, Nelson and Grand Forks County Sheriff's Departments, Cavalier, LIND and Grand Forks Police De- partments. A CHOICE CAREER OPPORTUNIT IS WAITING FOR YOU! If you are looking for an exciting career, join the Choice Financial team in Grafton as a Customer Service Representative Successful candidates must possess the following: A customer-oriented attitude Excellent communication skills and creativity Self-motivation Position can be part-time or full-time If you are ready to experience a new opportunity, submit a resurrve to: Brandi Jackson--Choice Financial 645 Hill Avenue Grafton, ND 58237 or apply online at Position to remain open until filled. Competitive wage and benefit package available. EEO/AA. Member FDIC. Your Bank. announcern'ents sports highlights frame by frame teacher interviews - senior interviews - special assembly features band & choir concerts sporting events plays million minute watch athletic calendar, lunch menu homecoming highlights and more! PREMIERES OCTOBER 4TH \ \ cautious as BISMARCK, N.D. -- North Dakota Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm is urging consumers to use caution as the open enroll- ment period for buying health in- surance under health care reform approaches. Open enrollment be- gins Oct. 1. "Times of change often present opportunity for fraudulent activ- ity," Hamm said. "Consumers should be suspicious of any unso- licited calls, emails or visits." Some simple tips can help keep insurance consumers safe from a scam: North Dakota will have a feder- ally-facilitated Marketplace (for- merly called an Exchange) and is the only official website for the federal Market- place. Never give your personal health or financial information to some- one who calls or comes to your home uninvited, even if they say they are from the government. ing their phone number, email ad- dress and the company they work for. Insurance must still be sold by licensed insurance agents. While volunteers can help consumers un- derstand choices, they cannot sell, solicit or negotiate insurance. To find out if someone is a licensed in- surance agent, visit or call the In- surance Department at 1-800-247- 0560. Consumers still have choices both on and off the federal health insurance Marketplace. Consumers are encouraged to discuss options with their insurance agents and companies. Medicare, the federal program for people over 65 and people with disabilities, is not part of health care reform. Beneficiaries do not need to take any action. For consumer assistance or to report fraud, call the federal hotline Keep a record of the name of at 1-800-318-2596. Small busi- anyone who assists you with pur- nesses can call the federat otfl chasing health insurance, inelud-atl-800-706,, 893 for,oa FARM LAND FOR SALE CRYSTAL TOWNSHIP, PEMBINA COUNTY Edward Ramsey offers the following real estate in Crystal Township, Pembina County, for sale: N1/=SW%-8-159-55, 77.75 tillable acres, more or less Written bids will be accepted at the office of Hall Currie Lawyers, 710 Hill Avenue - P.O. Box 610, Grafton, N.D. 58237, until 2:00 p.m., Friday, October 18, 2013. Bids will be opened at that time and the top five bidders will be invited to participate in oral bidding on Monday, Oc- tober 21, 2013, at 10:00 a.m., at the offices of Hall Cur- rie Lawyers, 710 Hill Avenue, Grafton, ND 58237. Seller reserves the right to waive irregularities and to reject any or all bids. The successful bidder will enter into an earnest money contract for purchase with payment of 10% of the bid, balance due on closing within 30 days. Please clearly mark your bid as Ramsey Land Sale. All bids should be in the form of a total bid prince, not value per acre. For further information and a bid packet, contact Nicholas B. Hall HALL CURRIE LAWYERS, LTD. 720 Hill Avenue - P.O. Box 610 Grafton, ND 58237 Telephone: (701) 352-2810 FAX: (701) 352-1550 Email: hallcurrielaw@ )