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Page 6 THEWALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER I, 20 7 i: Photos: Larry Bid Top: Josh Ruzicka (right) was the subject to be rescued in the grain filled semi box. Bottom Left: Jonathan Knutson of Agweakwas on hand to cov- er the grain bin rescue training session in Fordville. Right: Craig Berg of Oulstate Data in Elbow Lake, Minn. explains some of the equipment used in grain bin rescue at the Fordville Quick Response Center. Rreflghter and emergency personnel from the area attended the Iraining session. FORDVILLE, N.D. -- On Tuesday, Oct. 17, Outstate Data held a Grain Bin Rescue Training Session at the Fordville Fire Hall with res- cue units donated by AgCountry Farm Credit Services. Fordville was one of six fire departments in the Red River Valley to be awarded this vital rescue equipment courtesy of AgCountry's Grain Bin Rescue Pro- gram. AgCountry donates a number of grain bin rescue units to area fire departments through program, which began in 2017 to help support ru- ral communities and promote farm safety. Included in the rescue equip- ment is a 10-panel system, slide hammer and other accessories designed by rescuers specifically for grain bin entrapments. Applications were accepted through July 31, and over 40 applica- THEEL MOTORS Your ad goes here! Call 284-6333 today for rates. AUTO Rolla, ND TECHNICIAN OPENING THEEL MOTORS IN ROLLA, ND is seeking an automotive diesel technician. GM and ASE certified preferred. Looking for an experienced technician with a minimum of a 2-year degree from a technical school and at least 5 years experience in the field after degree. Wages DOE. Please submit all applications along with references to: is your address changing as well? Let us know beforeyou go! The ]Press tions were received from departments across in eastern North Dako- ta and western Minnesota. Additional departments chosen to receive the units included: Cavalier Fire Department Fosston Fire Department Hawley Area Fire Department LaMoure Fire Department Lisbon Fire Department Selection was based on current department resources, geographic area served and proximity to other grain bin rescue units in the area. AgCountry plans to continue this program next year as well. Bales of Wood (Bedding) Park River; ND Photo: Lany Bid Above: Betsy Knecht is the owner of Athleteology, which combines alh- lelic training and massage therapy. She opened her physical location out of the Grafton/Park River Chiropractic Clinic's offices this summer. clients. Athleteology, a made up old baby to a 96-year-old woman. word indicating the study of athletes, Much of her business has come from is how Betsy defines what it is that referrals, causing her business to she does, combining her back- gradually grow. ground ofathietic training with the Betsy is both an athletic trainer manual manipulations of massage and a massage therapist. She said therapy, that she can't separate one from the Betsy's unique pairing has served other. her well through the years. The The manual manipulation of a Minto native received her degree in massage therapist is different than athletic training from the Universi- that of physical therapist, but she is ty of North Dakota. While working not bound by the limitations of in- at the University of Idaho and get- surance. Should a situation arise ting her masters in M.S. Movement where a client requires further med- and Leisure Sciences she found ical care, Athleteology has a direct- that the benefits of massage thera- ing physician to offer oversight and py were something that aided in allow for referrals. healing. She moved to Chicago to "When people ask 'What are study at the Cortiva Institute of you?' I'm both," she said. "It's a Massage Therapy. It was there that unique concept. They're both valu- Athleteology was bom as a mobile able professions." massage therapy service. On her website, www.athlete- She said that athletic training and, Betsy states: "Athle- physical therapy or athletic training teology utilizes aspects from athletic and education are a more tradi- training, massage therapy, and tionalpairing, but as an athletic train- strength and conditioning to help er and a massage therapist she was clients find pain relief or general re- in demand for NBA development laxation." leagues and amateur hockeyteams. Not aiming to slow down or She even did a stint in China work- settle in, she recently furthered her ing withintemational athletes, education into Pediatric Massage Eventually she was drawn back Therapy through the LiddleKidz home to Minto, where her business Foundation. led her to opening her own office in Whether clients are seeking re- Walsh County's integrated health habili tion or maintenance, Betsy community. Athleteology took up ~IS l:9 s) nate about hg . residence in Park River/Grafton a lo '"0f b g' bi{i0ns and- see Chiropractic Clinic's offices this Walsh CoUl by as the perfeci p[ac past summer. She said that the re- sponse has been good. She has had a variety of clients from a 2-month- | i1| iiii iii ii i I I I J" an nl nm m mm mm U mm mm mm mm nm Ul im to make her mark in the world while defining Athleteology, one per- son at a time. ! ! 1 ! I mmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmm-I FARMLAND and RECREATIONAL LAND FOR SALE MEDFORD TOWNSHIP, WALSH COUNTY JOHN STOKKE and JUDY HOLT offer for sale the following-described property located in Medford Township, Walsh County, North Dakota: The SV=SV= of Section 26, Township 155, Range 56, containing 73.19 tillable acres, and 84.65 woods, less 10 acres for city lagoo.n. The Seller shall retain 50% of the mineral rights in and to the above-described real property. 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 16, 2017. Bids will be opened at that time and place. Please mark your envelope "BID FOR STOKKE FAMILY LAND". Bids should be in the total amount and not per acre. Persons having submitted reasonable written bids will be allowed to remain and 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. For further information, contact: Steven C. Ekman Atttorney at Law 910 Hill Ave, PO Box 70 Grafton ND 58237 (701) 352-0916 (Telephone) (701) 352-1855 (Fax)