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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3 I, 2018 Pa e 5 ,cq WASHINGTON -- Earlier this month, Walsh County was listed among the contiguous disaster counties. In two letters from the United States Department of Agriculture, disaster designations were identi- fied for several counties in North Dakota. On Oct. 5 Eddy, FOster, Nelson, and Wells counties were identified as primary natural disaster areas by the USDA due to a recent drought. According to the U.S. Drought Monitor (see http://droughtmoni- tor.unl.edu/), these counties suf- fered from a drought intensity value during the growing season of: 1) D2 Drought-Severe for 8 or more consecutive weeks or 2) D3 Drought-Extreme or D4 Drought- Exceptional. In accordance with section 32 l(a) of the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act, ten counties are named as contiguous disaster counties. The contiguous counties included under this designation are: Benson County Grand Forks County Griggs County Kidder County Pierce County Ramsey County Sheridan County Steele County Stutsman County , Walsh County On Oct. 17, Pierce County was shifted from a contiguous counties to a primary natural disaster area. Dickey, Sargent counties were added to the list of contiguous dis- aster counties. Other counties in North Dako- ta may have already been desig- nated as natural disaster counties if they had previously met the re- quirements found under 7 CFR 759.5(a) for the current crop year. A Secretarial disaster designa- tion makes farm operators in pri- mary counties and those counties contiguous to such primary coun- ties eligible to be considered for certain assistance from the Farm Service Agency (FSA), provided eligibility requirements are met. This assistance includes FSA emergency loans. Farmers in eli- gible counties have 8 months from the date of a Secretarial disaster declaration to apply for emer- gency loans. FSA considers each emergency loan application on its own mer- its, taking into account the extent of production losses on the farm and the security and repayment ability of the operator. Local FSA offices can provide affected farmers with further in- formation. ]nbT. 117 r, 1,-. -- A Preheat oven to 350 F. Spray or grease a 9-inch pie pan and set aside. Sift together the flour, baking powder, salt and spices. In a large bowl, beat together the sugar, butter and eggs. Mix in the pumpkin, milk and vanilla. Add the sifted ingredients and beat until smooth, then pour into the prepared pie pan or square pan. Bake at 350 F for 50 to 55 min- utes or until a toothpick comes out clean If desired, after 25 minutes of baking, sp "rip kle the top with the brown sugar and cinnamon mixture. Serve with a dotlop Qfwhipped cream if desired. Makes eight servings. Each se ing ha,21,0j q Ofi s, fi, gr ms (g) fat, 6 g proteiri; 33 g% IJ6F dr g fibe, ajlJig a.ro. soxli ; Julie Garden:Robinson, Ph.D:: R~D L.R.D is a North Dakota State University :Extension Service food and nutrition specialist and professor in the Departme~it of Health, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences. Follow her on Twitter @jgardenrobinson ~ ' ! i Photo: Larry Bid Above: Park River Community Club members will be hosting their second annual Halloween Bash with games, treats, food, and family fun this Halloween for area youth at Park River City Hall from 5 to 7 p.m. for ages Preschool through 6th grade. Two bikes will be given away. Lunch will be served. A free movie for junior high and high school students will be held at 7 p.m. at the Lyric Thealre. Helping ready the Park River City Hall for the Halloween Bash this past weekend were Briana Martens, Leon's Building Center; (L to R) Mariah Hall, First Care Health Center; Patty Hensel, City of Park River, and Nancy Thompson City of Park River. : : -, ,=z. :.:2 24 2.- -: ,; "-2 ".r~4 ~.;'~ , !::c:;; ! q',F,' .%D ;-"l', 127.) :'3ru u ,:D D'! L; ;.~ ". ,b ~',o d ,2 '= L~.C% i;;5 ?,! This elevator had the largest scale in the trade territory, a 50-ton scale held. Of the 34 members voting, only six were opposed with 28 voting 50 feet long and 10 feet wide with a visible dial and automatic scale tick- in favor of the transition et printer. A feature of the scale was a 32-foot hydraulic dumper. It also was reported that Mike Lien, speaking on behalf of the Board, - -i CHS, operating as Harvest States at the time, acquired the elevator in recommended this vote stating that because of the high cost of operation 1991. and the low volume of grain, the Park River Farmers Union Elevator could i The merger was first discussed in a March 1991 issue,of the Walsh Coun- no longer remain competitive in the current market. By considering this , ty Press. During the Park River Farmers Union Elevator s 51 st annual meet- proposal, Park River area farmers Would benefit from better prices as they ing, Harvest States Cooperative made a proposal to the board. With Har- would be able to utilize larger trains and take advantage of reduced freight vest States taking over local control and combing Pisek, Park River, and charges Lankin at that time, they would be ab !g Io pool their grain supply to load Of the, objectors ised. somewere concerned that the elevator in Park i- 2- dr unit rain atthe Lankin location: The proposa meantlhatthe to=-- Riverfi . 0t o :' erger. Harvest States F,eld Rep- ,L :, i 16o p would then be converted to 0ycest States stock the eteyatg.r resentful B St atrons using .the facility, it will would turn over to a line elevator, remain open. . : . In the April 8, i 991 issue, it was reported that an official meeting re'- Greicar, a Pisekl N.D hai/iv,sald that reality in 2018'is that those :,=?. garding whether or not the board should pursue the merger proposed was kind of facilities just can't compete anymore, i,;.:, We Would Appreciate Your Support and Ask for Your Vote Wayne Trottier Robert Fors Gary Paur ND House of Representatives ND Selmte ND House of Representatives Wayne graduated from Cavalier Robert graduated from NDSCS Gary is a graduate of LIND and re- High School and NDSU and cur- and retired from the USAF as Chief cenfly rethed from his family farm rently lives in Northwood. Wayne Master Sergeant . He went on towhere he and his wife still live out- and Gladys, his wife of 52 years, work and retire from Civil Service side of Gilby. Gary and Ruth have have one son and two grandchil- employment as the Mission Support three sons and five grandchildren. dren. Wayne has served in the leg- Officer at Cavalier AF Station.Gary has served in the House of islature since 2011 where he cur- Robert and Sharon live in Lafimore. Representatives since 2011 where rently serves on the Finance and They have two children and three he is a member ofthe Judiciary Taxation Committee and as Vice grandchildren. Robert is seeking the Committee and the Transportation Chan-man of the Ag Committee. District 19 Senate seat. Committee. Paid for by Wayne Trottier and Robert Fors on their own behalf and by the Paur Campaign, Bob Deutsch Treasurer :q;} A=';' "1 k;2:] >3:?q ,-,;j 'i ~O : )0 ,%;'~ t. k'~ 7~0~