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COMMUNITY THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2014 Page 5 A,C&apos;E,4 V"o._rcE00 Help us provide a safe and secure furore for PRAS By Kirk Ham PARK RIVER, N.D. -- On November 18, the patrons of the Park River Area School District will make a very important deci- sion about our future. On the bal- lot there will be two questions. The first asks to give the school board the authority to bond for $8,978,620 for a renovation/build- ing project This question needs a 60% majority to pass. The sec- ond question asks to increase the school districts debt limit by 5/'0. This question needs a 50% ma- jority in order to pass. Both measures must pass in order for this project to move forward. This process began in January when a group of school stake- holders began a strategic planning process to gather input and to help provide a roadmap for our district. The group identified safety and security as well as fa- cility issues as their two main concerns. This led to a facility study and began the process of studying those concems and try- ing to find solutions to them. That process has led us to our bond vote on November 18. If you have had children in our elementary school recently, you are probably familiar with the challenges that we face. Small classrooms, lack of storage & of- rice space, an ineffective elemen- tary gym space, safe & secure en- trance issues, and the list goes on. The plan calls for renovating ex- isting elementary classrooms on the lower level to increase their size. We would renovate the cur- rent elementary gym and convert that to classroom and office space. We would build an addition on the west side of the school that would include a main administrative of- rice, fitness center, locker rooms and a gymnasium. The project also calls for a new roof for the current gym and all of the 1999 ad- dition. There are many heating, cooling, electrical upgrades for the 1955 and 1979 additions that are also in this plan. Finally we would create two safe and secure entrances to our building that would help us better monitor who enters our building. There are many other parts to this plan and I encourage you to take a look at the presentation on our website, www.parkriver.kl2.nd.us or view on AggieVision. There are many reasons to do this project now. Low interest rates, rising construction costs, and a good economy are just a few. Improvement is an ongoing process and we are continually looking at ways to improve the ed- ucation of our students. We have done a good job of focusing on having a strong curriculum, qual- ity teaching staff, state of the art technology, & creating a positive school climate. Now is the time to improve our facilities. I often ask people if they think we will Veterans Benefits If you're a veteran enrolled in the VA health care program, or are a beneficiary of the Civil- tan Health and Medical Program (CHAMPVA), the VA is now offering a dental insurance pro- gram that gives you the option to buy dental in- surance through Delta Dental and MetLife at a reduced cost. The VA also provides free dental care to vets who have dental problems resulting from serv- ice. To learn more about these options, visit va.gov/dental or call 877-222-8387. Low Income Options If you're low income, there are various pro- grams and clinics that provide dental care at a reduced rate or for free. To look for options in your area contact your state dental director (see astdd.org), or your state or local dental society (ebusiness.ada.org/mystate.aspx). You may also be able to get discounted or free dental care at one of the federally funded HRSA health centers (findahealthcenter.hrsa.gov, 877-464-4772), or at a privately funded free clin- ic (nafcclinics.org). Also check with the Dental Lifeline Network have a school in 20-25 years. Most say yes and if that is the case, we need to prepare for that. The communities in the Park River Area District have a long history of strongly supporting their school and we are confident that will con- tinue. We are asking you to help us provide a safe and secure build- ing as well as quality and adequate educational spaces for our students for now and in the future. Our kids deserve that. I strongly urge everyone to get out and vote on November 18. Voting will be done in the Alum- ni Room and the polls are open from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm. If you are unable to vote then, absentee ballot applications can be picked in the office or are available on our website. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me. . :. Editor's Note:Ham is thb.P, ark River Area Superintendent:.i !:::'::::  ' (dentallifeline.org, 888-471-6334) which provides free dental care for low-income elderly and dis- abled; Remote Area Medical (ramusa.org) whichoffers free health, eye and dental care to people in select locations; and Indian Health Service (ihs.gov), which provides free dental care to American Indians and Alaska Natives who are members of a federally recognized Indian tribe. Also see toothwisdom.org, a website creat- ed by Oral Health America that will help you lo- cate low-cost dental care. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, PO. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a con- tributor to the NBC Today show and author of "'The Savvy Sen- ior" book Your ad goes here! Call 284-6333 today for rates. PUBLIC NOTICE ,, Starting Monday, Sept, 8 theCity of Park River will be replacing water mains. Currently replacing on 5th Street from Code to Wadge. Peri- ods of low water pressure and short periods of no water may occur dur- ing the construction. If you have questions call the Water Plant 284-6399. live online by visiting WVON.resourceauction.com Thank you for your patience. Truck Drivers Wanted Full time, Part time, Local and Over the Road. No Northeast loads Contact Marvin at 701-248-3204 COOK Part-time benefitted position available (rotat ing morning/afternoon shifts) with the possibil- ity of going full-time. Requires a high school diploma or GED and one year of similar food prepa- ration experience. Starting salary at $11.12 - $14.82/hour DOE. Will consider underfilling as a Food Service Assistant, which requires a high school diploma/GEE or one year food service experience, $10.32 - $13.76/hour. The Life Skills & Transition Center's impressive benefits package includes: Fully paid health insurance for families and individuals Fully paid retirement plan Life insurance Accrued annual and sick leave each month Ten paid holidays per year Shift differential Internal recruitment opportunities Wednesday, November 12, 2014 - 1 1:OO a.m. (CT) Deadline to apply MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014 by 5:00 PM Reference Job ID 3001896 Please visit our website and apply on-line www.nd.gov/hrms/jobs/appforms.html LIFE SKILLS & TRANSITION CENTER 701 West 6 th Street, Grafton, ND Anyone needing assistance or accommodation should contact Julie Kosmatka, 701-352-4284 The State of North Dakota is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We operate a drug-free campus. i [ I N I FARM ESTATE AUCTION SATUROAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014- 10:30AM LOCATEO: Crystal, ND- From Jet Hwys 66 & 18 (East of Crystal), 3 mes North on 18,1 mite West & mite North; or from Cavalier, ND- 8 1,'2 miles South on 18,1 mile West & t mite South AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Please note a clean line of low hour, tow mileage equipmenl I used on a small acreage and kept indoors. Not many small items, so please be on lime I IMPORTANT- LOAD OUT INFORMATION: Load out assistance auction day, Sunday, November 16 & until noon Monday, November t7 only! Please come pepared, all items must be removed by Saturday, November 22. H: 't981 J0 4640, CAH, QR, 3pt w/quick hitch, I(30 PT0 3 hyd, front lank & weights, 20.8-38 fires & duals- 4 mched 90% rubber, only 5301 actual hrs showing, SN#21!90 "t973 JO 4030 diesel, sound guard cab. air, heat, QR, 3pt w! quick hitch, 540/1000 PT0, 3 hyd, 149-38 rears, only 5732 actual hrs showing, includes JD !48 quick attach loader S4870 "1978 lHC Hydro 186, OAK 3pt w/quick hitch, 540/1090 PT0. 3 hyd, front weights. 16.9-38 rear res 80'%, hub duals 50%. only 3325 actual hrs showing, SN#10251 *Ford 80I Power Master gas utiliIy tractor, f, PT0, hyd, 13.6- 28 rears, good rubber, kept indoors COM61NE & HBDS: q977 IHC 1460 Axial Flow combine, f&ory @opger, no rock 7 trap, low hrs on rotor rebuild, 0nly 34,8 eag hrs SN#I016 'Case IH 1020 20' flex head, Y cut. long & sho dividers. manual F/A, includes 20 sho made header trailer SN#3737 II'IC 810 pkp platform SWATHERS & AUGERS: 'Oliver 50415' SP swather. 4 cy ,;ater cooled engine kept indoors 'White (Renn Built) 18 PT ssather meai ba eel, kept indoors *Westtield J208-31 8x3t auger .E 75hp dec notor-like e': 'Westfield J207-31 7x31 auger w/5hp den motor "Westfletd W80 8x51 PT0 auger (newer! "Westfidd W80 8x51 PT0 auger (o!der *Westfldd W707 h4t auger GRAIN DRILLS & TILLAGE EQUIPMENT: *JD 9350 20 (2-t0} 6" press driiis dr/ferl rubber r6s & markers- kept indoors, o',v acres 'Summers (Herman) 30' S/@rweede. 3 rank danss tines 4 bar harrows & spray kt *IHC 480 21' tandem disk w/ftdg wings, 7' spacing "Witrich 21' held ooitivator ?g fidg wings & 3 bar harraw *JD tOO 18 3pt rigid shank chine! plo,v w: 3 bar harrow 'Lindsay 48' d harrow spring tine "Brady 18' 3pt cultiva!or ,:, harrow *JD 6' 3pt chisel plow 'Melroe 28' mdbweeder *Melroe 20 3pt multiweeder ROW CROP EQUIPMENT: "JD 71 unit 8R30 fiex plante', markers on@ wheeis& X indoors 'Alloway 8R30 danish tine cultivator "Jones 8R30 band sprayer "JI3 400 20' 3pt rotary t, 'United Farm Tools () 8R30 front mount bean knife, ind spnng stds- kept indoors FARM TRUCKS & FARM PICKUP, 1979 Chev C-70 tandem tn screw, 427 gas V-8, automatic trans. 20 Knapheide steel box, hoist, plumbed for drill till 8 like new 9.00-20 rear tires, only 29663 actual miles showing. VlN#C47DEgVt47643 1979 Chev C-60 siogte axle, 366 V-8, 4/2 trans, good 900-20 bros. 15' Strong box, hoist, roll trp, plumbed for drill fill, only 16929 adual miles showing, VtNt6DAgV161862 "1964 IHC 1600 single axle, gas V-8, 4/2,14' steel box & hoist, 804 mies showing, VIN#OOOOSB436748E- kept indoors '1950 GMC 1 t7T truck, box & hoist. VIN#1968- kept in- doors "1979 Dodge D-1501/2T4x4 pickup, V-8, auto trans, a:c, tilt, cruise, fuel serSc unit w/12V pump. 59952 miles showing, VIN#W24JEgSI08170 OTHER EQUIPMENT: ';,early' ne,: Farm King Buhler Y9600 96" 2 stage 3pt snoa b'owe. 40 PTO. ,d spout- used very little, SD040055 :.and Pride 55 8 HO 3pt rear angle blade, hyd adi 'Woods 10' batwbg rotary mower "IHC ,80 3p! sno':,, blower ' Rotas, V 3pt snow blower Woods 5' PT rot@' mower 'Winpower 25 KVA PTO generator on 2-wheel trailer 'Easy Load 18 be;in hopper slide in ddtl fill. kept indoors '2 nyd :ri',l fills jE.' 2 b!m 3p piow w couiiers "JD 3pt guck hitob 'JD 2R 3pt sweet corn planter '0, fertilizer spreader w/hyd auger, wagon onP/ 'Water trailer, tandem axle w/galvanized tank & tose Mtsc cable,gates TOOLS & MISC: "Fuei sea, ice unit w/12V pump "Air assist bo,e ck floor jack. porta powers "Yamaha tri-motor 3-whee! A'P/ 'Grinder on sand, torch, wdder, anvil drdl press smaii wire ..ve!oer Good selention of hand tools, farm & shop misc "Oi. lubes, pas bolls & other inventory SOME EQUIPMENT FOR SALVAGE Main Rem3w'e Equipment Auctions & Land Sa Dennis Biliske, Auctioneer o "Decades of Knowledge- Steady Innovation- Top Results" www.resourceauction.com i AUGTIONEERS & CLERK: Main Resource Equipment Auctions, Dennis Biliske, Auctioneer ND Lic 237, ND Clerk 624, 270217th Ave. S, Grand Forks, ND 58201, phone 701-757.4015 fax 701-757-4016, emil- info@resourceauction.com, website- www.reseurceauctioncom Western Fraternal Life Association Lodge Sponsors Bicycle Giveaway : Photos: Larry Biri Above: Sophia Kittelson (Top) and Dominic Landis (Bottom) were the winners of the WFLA Bike Giveaway at the Walsh County Fair PARK RIVER, N.D. -- WFLA Lodge No. 106 sponsored a bicycle giveaway in conjunction with the Walsh County Fair. The bicycle give- away is part of WFLA's Kids Care program and the local lodge's com- mitment to area youth. The winner of the girls bicycle was 4 year-old Sophia Kittelson, daugh- ter of Troy and Sally Kittelson of Hoople, ND. The winner of the boys bicycle was 12 year-old Dominic Landis, son of Dave and.Ka4sti, Landis.oHam Lake, MN. Western FratemLifessociation was esttblished in. 1,897 as:fi fr temal benefit society, providing its members burial ]nsance dsocial activities. Lodgeswere formed around the Midwest; members attended meetings and were actively involved in civic and community events. WFLA was the one of the first fraternal organizations to offer women and juve- niles the opportunity to become members with affordable life insurance. The association is proud to celebrate many years of fraternal and finan- cial service, offering competitive life insurance and annuity products to all our members. It is licensed in 18 states and is the only fraternal ben- efit society domiciled in Iowa. Today, WFLA has more than 42,000 mem- bers and 130 active lodges throughout the United States. For more in- formation contact the WFLA Home Office, 1900 First Ave. NE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402, at 1(877)935-2467 or (319)363-2653. Anyone who would like to enjoy the members of membership with Western Fraternal Life Association should contact Lodge No. 106 President Kouba at 701- 230-1908. Thank you For your support and vote was greatly appreciated!! (Paid by Luther Meberg on own behalf) 145.45 +/- ACRES WALSH COUNTY, ND LAND AUCTION Featuring 144 +i- acres of excellent cropland located I,'2 mi, west of Minto, ND. PLEASE NOTE: This property is subject to prior sale. Parcel Information: Acres: 145.45 +/- Legal: SWV, 25-156-53 FSA Cropland: 144 +/- Easements: No Parcel Description: This parcel features a Soil Productivity Index (PI) of 88.5! 15A Minto, ND I Grand Forks, ND] AGENT CONTACT: Terry Skjerseth - 701.261.1144 lhis sale t' nlallagod I:,y Pile(s Atet Doll & }t'ahy. All il,Mf-monl'i made Iho day o| lho auftioo tako pro<edenfe dye 11 printed rnaterial. Ihe ,eller re',eve'  - r  t o reie(l r attepl ay al t all bid, ,ubie.t Io prior ,ate Pif!' A lilm & II,allv I tt )9h Ave  Aorlu,ut MN ,fit,611 Kevin Pifer. ND t7 * Pifer's www.pifers.com 877.700.4099 LAND AUC l ION'