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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3 I, 2018 Pase 9 ! Legion Auxiliary con butes I Photo: Submitted Above: Pad( River Parks and Recreation Manager Jesse Irvine (center) recently received a check from the Park River's American Legion Auxiliary. (Left) Susan Dusek, Audrey Johnson, and (Right) Laude Larson, Lois Anderson. The two key programs that the auxiliary sup- ports are veterans and children. As a part of that mission, the auxiliary pledged $25,000 to finish the playground equipment next to the new baseball complex on Pad( River's east side. For more informalion about the project go to https:qbit.ly/2Rjtd84. Registered Dental Assistant Your ad goes here! Call 28 -6333 today for rates. Here at Park River Dental we are growing and expand- ing our staff. We are looking for a full-time Registered Dental Assistant who is positive, hardworking, and reli- able. Hours are Monday - Thursday 7:45am-5:00pm. Duties include, but not limited to, greeting patients, as- sisting doctors during patient treatment, sterilizing in- struments, prepping patient treatment rooms, taking dental x-rays, entering treatment plans, and scheduling patients. Computer skills required. Prior dental assisting experi- ence preferred, but not required. Prior experience with XLDent preferred, but not required. The ability to multi- task and work in a fast paced environment is a must. Pay is DOE. Compensation includes health, dental, PTO, paid holidays, continuing education and bonuses. If interested, send resume to: Park River Dental, PO Box 662, Park River, ND 58270 or email to parkriverdental2@polarcomm.com The Sigfusson Family offers for sale the following-described property located in Gardar and Thingvalla Townships. Pembina County, North Dakota: Gardar Township: Parcel 1: The EV2NE of Section 20, Township 159, Range 56 (less 1 acre in Northeast corner) containing 56.15 crop land and 19.19 pasture land, AND The South 15 acres in the SE1ASE of Section 17, Township 159, Range 56, containing 9.86 tillable acres Thin qvalla Township: 1 1 1 1 Parcel 2: The SE 7,SW'/, and the S'/=SE'/, of Section 30, and the SWl/,SWl/, of Section 29, Township 160, Range 56, containing 116 tillable acres Bid Procedure: Written bids will be received at the law office of STEVEN C. EKMAN, BREMER BANK BUILDING, 910 HILL AVENUE, PO BOX 70, GRAFTON, ND 58237 until 2:00 p.m. on November 6, 2018. Bids will be opened at that time and place. Please mark your envelope "BID FOR SlGFUSSON LAND" and include the parcel number. Bids should be in the total amount and not per acre. Persons having submitted written bids will be allowed to participate in oral bidding. The right is reserved to waive irregularities and to reject any or all bids. Terms: 10% of the purchase price will be due upon acceptance of a bid, and the balance due thirty (30) days later. JAMESTOWN, N,D, -- The North Dakota High School Activi- ties Association Class B cross coun- try state championship meet was held Saturday, Oct. 27 at Parkhurst Recreational Area. Grafton girls placed 13th and the Grafton boys team placed 5th. Girls Class B Results - Top 25 1. Hillsboro/Central Valley (102); 2. Rugby (120); 3. May-Port CG (197); 4. Bowman County (218); 5. New Town (231); 6. Kindred (25 l); 7. Parshall (336); 8. Thompson (343); 9. Beulah/Hazen (362); 10. Stanley (373); 11. Sargent Cen- tral/Lidgerwood/Oakes (394); 12. Carrington (420); 13. Gratton (463); 14. Harvey/Wells County (477); 15. Surrey (503); 16. Southern McLean (512); 17. Hatton/North- wood/Larimore (516); 18. Langdon Area/Edmore/Munieh (519); 19. Lisbon (540); 20. Griggs County Central (552); 21. Central Cass (557); 22. New Rockford/Sheyenne (564); 23. Killdeer (565); 24. Shiloh Christian (658); 25. Pembina Coun- ty North (732) Grafton individual: 13 Carlee Sieben, 20:16.85 64 Grace Narloch, 22:11.01 110 Cassie Sieben, 23:17.34 137 Lilly McKay, 24:19.86 139 SummerMoberg, 24:21.08 (169) Julia Presteng, 25:37.58 (171) Berger Sara, 25:52.06 (173) Trinity Parsons, 25:53.61 (183) Ainsley McClain, 26:04.55 (207) Meredith Dumas, 26:45.81 Langdon Area/Edmore/Mu- nich individual: 5 Elise Ramberg, 19:36.02 67 Kate Sillers, 22:13.41 74 Jane Sillers, 138 Lauren Badl, 24:20.91 235 Sam Hodek, 30:33.85 (238) Hannah Lundeby, 31:25.44 Boys Class B Results- Top 25 1. New Town (47); 2. Hills- boro/Central Valley (103); 3. Bow- man County (196); 4. Griggs Coun- ty Central (206); 5. Grafion (260); 6. Rugby (280); 7. Kindred (308); 8. Thompson (333); 9. Killdeer (338); 10. Stanley (347); l 1. Beulah/Hazen (379); 12. Shiloh Christian (397); 13. Edgeley/Kulm (460); 14. May-Port CG (467); 15. Four Winds/Min- newaukan (482); 16. Pembina Coun- ty North (531); 17. Surrey (543); 18. Langdon Area/Edmore/Munich (561); 19. Ellendale (569); 20. Lis- bon (579); 21. Southern McLean (596); 22. Williston Trinity Christian (647); 23. Max/Garrison/South Prairie (660); 24. Central Cass (672); 25. Burke Central/Kenmare (683) Grafton individual: 35 Kalob Allison, 8:09.62 37 Jayden Lahaise, 18:18.27 38 Tommy Kern, 18:20.32 67 Justin Kassin, 18:57.92 83 Aiden McLain, 19:11.68 (108) Jack Kern, 19:44.81 (lll) Ethan Suda, 19:46.31 (134) Jase Lahfeldt, 20:05.75 (135) Marc Romo, 20:06.06 (190) Riley Suda, 21:04.15 Langden Area/Edmore/Mu- nieh individual: 56 Blaine Perry, 18:43.19 71 Arik Christianson, 19:02.59 129 Mason Mittleider, 19:59.03 141 Mason Christianson, 20:11.16 164 Tucker Regner, 20:41.17 (228) Logan Harder, 21:56.36 (263) Alexander Brinegar, 23:18.91 (276) Carter Sower, 24:27.98 X Will override all other rights and protections in the North Dakota Constitution X Will create a new unaccountable layer of government that will cost our state millions IX' Carelessly written by elite, out-of-state special interests I fiRTH BflKOTR'S OWN WHO OPPOSE MERSURE | Greater North Dakota Chamber of Commerce,North Dakota Farm Bureau * ACLU Norlfl Dakota North Dakota Catholic Conference Nortl] Dakota Association of Rural Electric Cooperatives,Norlh Dakota Association of Telecommunications cooperatives Fargo Forum Bismarck Tribune,Grand Forks Herald * The Dickinson Press West Fargo Pioneer The Jamestown Sun "~ Western Dakota Energy Association lodapeodeet Commmfity Ba.kers of Ninth Dakota Grset River Energy = Minnkota Power Cooperative Credit Union Association of North Dakota BLsmorck/Maadan Chamber of Commerce " Ugnite Energy Council Fargo/JooThead/West Forgo Chalaber of Coemlerco Family Policy Alliance of North Dakota Associated General Contractors o! North Dakota - North Dakota Ethanol Producers * OtterTail Power Compsoy , Willisten Chamber of Commerce North Dakota Petroleum Council North Dakota Chiropractic Association - North DO kota Bankers Association " Concaroed Woloen for An~rico Nolth Dakota - or further information, contact: HO Hill Ave, PO Box 70 ~rafton ND 58237 ~t) 352-0916 (Telephone) )1) 352-1855 (Fax) " MDU Resources Greed Forks-East Gl'aod Forks Chamber of Commerce North Dakota Retail Association Misot Chamber of ~roo ,* ALUETE/Minnescta Power BNI Energy North Dakota Pe~'oleum Marketers Association Ulil]ty Shemholdem of North Dakota Brain Ele lflo Power Cooperetive , NorthOakotaFamilyPolicyAIlience . XcelEneqly