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9 ADC 553 51300-00-00 49P 91" SMALL TOWN PAPERS "C005 g 7W RAILROAD AVE SHELTON, WA ~'/' SINGLE COPY $1.00 VOL. 136 ISSUE 14 PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2018 Photo: Larry Bid Above: AgRex Grain storage bags have increased options at Walsh Grain Terminal in Park River. They put grain in storage to make way for row crops as more farmers have been stodng due to low prices. By Allison Olimb "With poorer prices the farmers aren't pricing grain, in turn, we're to pick them up before spring. of The Press not selling it either," Burchill said. He said that the added acres of wheat planted this year helped lead PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The white bags around Walsh Grain Ter- There are 26 AgFlex Grain Bags placed near the elevator. They vary to the surplus. They have been fielding a few questions from those in minal in Park River are a sign of harvest 2018. in size but each hold roughly 17,000 bushels, he explained, the area curious about the practice, but added that there's a lot of peo- According to Walsh Grain Terminal General Manager Tom Burchill, The storage option isn't cheap to put out there, but the sealed bags pie adding this technology to their storage options across the state this they bagged up wheat to make way for row crops, can last for up to a year with proper care. Burchill said that they plan year. GRAFTON, N.D. -- Repre- sentatives from the Graflon Mar- vin Windows and Doors location recently coordinated a fundraiser, which included a dunk tank at the annual company picnic. Grafton's team donated funds for the chance to dunk managers and supervisors, and the individual who raised the most money through the dunk tank was given the opportunity to choose the charity to benefit from the earnings. Wishes on Wings Cont. page 6 Right: The plant meeting ended with winning supetvis Brent NI pre- senting a check to Cathy Kotten- brock-Bauer, the Coordinator for the Wishes on Wings Program, inthe amount of $1,000. Date: 09/26/;t8 (JO/ /00 GRAFTON, N.D. -- Over This event was coordinated by $7,500 was raised for Altru's Hos- Ruth Jelinek of Pisek, North Dako- pice Camp Good Mourning on ta, Denise Sevigny, owner of Era- September 15, 2018, during the broidery Plus, Grafton, North seventh annual Quilt Bingo fund Dakota and the staffand volunteer raiser at Grafton High School in committee members dedicated to Grafton, North Dakota. Altru's Hospice Camp Good At Quilt Bingo, 15 games of Mourning. Thank you to all the bingo were played and the winner quilters, the businesses and indi- of each game won a handmade viduals who made donations and quilt. The grand prize winner of the the Grafton High School for the raffle drawing was Amy Wein- use of the facility. laeder from Graflon, North Dako- Altru's Hospice Camp Good ta, who received a beautiful batik Fiesta Quilt donated by Denise Quilt Bingo Sevingny, owner of Embroidery Cont. page 6 Plus, Grafton ND. See page 2 Glow:. ME fundraiser See page 7 Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you're a thousand miles away from the corn field. Dwight D. Eisenhower Park River and the G real: War See page 5 TheWalsh County Fair is comin See insert