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: / OCTOBER 10, 2012 Notices Park River and Adams School Districts Notice of Special School Election NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given that on the 6th day of November 2012, the election for the reorganized Park River area School District #8 will be held for the purpose of electing seven directors. Polls will be open at 11:00 am and close at 7:00 pm. Polling places will be at the Adams City Auditorium, Adams, North Dakota and the Alumni Room, Park River High School, Park River, North Dakota. Positions for election are as follows: one from the Adams District: Jared Carlson filed for the Adams position. Two from Park River City: Brad Brummund, and Diana Hahn filed for the Park River positions. Three from Park River Rural: Jennifer Thompson, Kelly Houser and Tracy Laaveg filed for the Park River Rural Positions. One position at large: Ronald Setness, Glenn Rost and Bill Bata filed for the At Large position. The publication of minutes will also be voted on for the new Park River Area School District #8. Absentee applications are available at the Adams School Office in Adams, North Dakota, and the Park River School Office in Park River, North Dakota, and must be postmarked the day before the election. (Oct. 3 and Oct. 10, 2012) llllllll lll l I 1 llllll [ | ! |m! m ! mn] I Advertise in The Press today ! I wcpadvertising@gm all. com I I I Tired of a Wet Basement?  Basement & Foundation Specialists Basement Waterproofing Basement Humidity & Mold Control Basement Finishing Basement Radon Mitigation Basement Structural Repairs & Crawl Space Repair ............ FINANCING .......... , YES I ,us running lor Norlh I)akota Senate m Distrkl 10. I am a lifelong residenl of this area and I'm concerned ahout a Ic xery mlportanlt issues here. There ix a major jobs issue in the Red Ricr Valley concerning the Sugar Vorkers Lhlion (BC'I'(JM) and American] Crystal Sugar Co. As you knm. the "locked out" Won'kcrs in North l)akota HAVE N()T received any unemployment insurance henelils. hilc the Workers froln {be Millncsota factories HAVFi received benclits. It ix Jtnportant tO kllOV thai these Workers alv' NOT (m slrike with the COlllpally. They were willing lo COZllinue working withnt,t ;i COlltracl while ilegOli;.ttJons conthmcd. Locking otlt the Workers ix the same as being laid off, or being Icrminaled withotlt cause. This should qualil'.. Iheul to be eligible for t,nemployment insurance benclits, btLI the Static of North Dakota said "'N()". Last ;mttmln. I, nion members petitioned the Lcgislalure in special ,,cssi(|/ t* rcnlcdy this situation. But the Relmblicanl controlled l.cgiqatt|rc W()I !l.]) N()T allm the issue It) the I]oor for il vote. They said thai there v,;.is not cm)tmh lime dtlzin,, the \\;eek long H)ccial session Io handle the rcquest, tloxcvcr it seems, they had enough tinlc m work on the name change of a local sports loam. The Union lhc|l Iried to talk to (;m.ernor I)ah'ymple di|'cctl), hill I,aicc the (;oernor dcnied them an audience, saying this was a laho, disllt,lc and hc didnt'l want to get involved. This issue of the "'locked out" Sugar Workers ix by far the tsiggcst job issue It) dcxeh,p in.lhis districl or poxsilfl,, the cnlirc State in Illany c;.tls, alld ihe Gmcrnor didn't want to get invohcd. Where wcrc our elected reprcse1|tativcs during thi time'.' Where was Joe Miller'? Our districl Scnalor xas SILENT xllcn xc needed his help. C'nlon North Dakota, can we do belier than this7 The Stqreme Court of North I)akola has no,x I;.|kcll up the issue, since thc legislature has proven Jlscll' hullolelll, llmx:e\\;er their decision ix tmccrlaJll. ] alll l'tlllllin_, for lhc .grate Ncllale to gie a oice to these i,,,,ues in Bismarck. I am rulutillg l( kccp the pressure on this issue. And I am asking for your vote, 1 need your xote. Can we level,the playing licld'? YES WE CAN. Paid tol b, I)mxl t'a,,sa ( ampaignl Hi, IS:IIu:r tO Senator Curtis Olaf:on Passa, Democratic NPL candidate II for State Senate in District 10. I would like to say "Thank You" to outgoing Senator Curtis Olafson for his excellent service to all the citizens of North Dakota. I especially want to thank Senator Olafson for his courageous action in tabling H.B. 1450, the personhood bill. There are many citizens, De- mocrats, Republicans & Independents who sup- 1 glafedny' Jrbcwtil/dT'h'an k yu Senatr Curtis 1 This ad is approved and paid fr bY Daryl Palsa =::  THE PRESS ; PAGE 7 " Photos: Larry Biri Above: Park River FFA chapter members; Front, Gabe Cox, middle row (l-r) Alex Kizima, Katrina Nord, Karli Johnson and Bridget Foerster; back row (I-r) Andrew Jimenez, Michael Nord and Joey Frausto Top Right: Andrew Jimenez did a good job reciting the creed earning a silver star. Bottom Right: The chapter leader Brent Arndt coaches the Park River FFA chapter. _17'..  _4 _-7   -_.: __ _: _--,  _/' - - " i il - -d;31 - i - -i.a, - J J ,J.  *. u JL -Bronze; Bridget Foerster, Vice President- Sliver; Katrina ,Nord, Treasurer-SilVer; Alex Kizima, Reporter-Bronze; Micheal Nord, Secretary- Bronze; Joey Frausto, Sentinel-Bronze; and Gabe Cox, Student Advisor-Bronze. The Team earned a Bronze. The Finely Sharon FFA Chapter earned the Chapter of the Day. Above: Aggies Taylor Lehar puts up a shot between two Spoilers at the net. The Park River Fordville-Lankin Aggies downed the Grafton Spoilers in four games 25-19, 25-11, 22-25 and 25-14 in Park River. MACHINERY /EQUIPMENT N Wednesday, October 24, 2012 - 10 a.m. PARTIAL EQUIPMENT LIST: Visit www.pifers.com for complete list[ 2001 Seed Hawk 357 Magnum 42' No-till Air Drill. 1991 JD 8760 4WD rractor 1983 JD4450 MFWD. 1965 JD 4020 Diesel Tractor 1995 Case IH 2]88 Combue 1991 Case IH 1015 Pickup Header 2002 MacDon 972 25' Harvest 199( Volw Semi lractor, Cummins N14. 1992 Timpte 42'x 78' Super Hopper Aluminum Grain Trailer. 191S Ford LN880 3.5 Ton Tandem Truck- 2003 Honda Ranche, 350 4WD ATV 2001 Artic Cat 300 4WD ATV.Tandem axle flatbed trailer, 16' 8 And Much, Much More... CONTACT: Steve Link- 701.361.9985 L Photo: Larry Bid {00RE-ELECT ' I JACK KARAS Working for cc of Walsh County WALSH COUNTY COMMISSIONER (Paid for by Jack Karas on his own behalf.) /00Sea Tax Specialist for {,gCountry Farm Credit rv00ces, agricultural law my specialty. With year round tax planning and preparation, I can help you manage your profits, maximize your capital and achieve your financial goals. ! invite you to give me a call or stop by AoC0 try ;ourG more about un 'stax I i I k