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Park River , North Dakota
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Page 12 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS • WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2014 Kids were invited to go from business to business in Park River on Halloween in their finest (and warmest) Halloween costumes.Top: Just a few of the char- acters who visited the Press on Halloween day seeking out sweets. Bottom Left: Marshall Bourbanis looked a lot a young Dracula. Bottom Middle: Johnny John- son makes a friend in the lobby of the Walsh County Press. Bottom Right: Ruby Hagen walks the streets of Park River as a clown. f!' AGRICULTURAL DRAIN TILING Surface and subsurface water problems? YOUR AD GOES HERE I Call 284-6333 for rates. Call Dub Construction for local quality service/ Good drainage can improve field operation and production, reduce risk of crop loss, maxi- mize net returns, and much more. Now scheduling. 701-696-2591 or email Du I Do you want your news noticed? I I Contact The Press: (701) 284-6333 Have you read the ,ES'S today? Start or renew yoqr subscription: In-County $34 / Out-of-County $38 / Out-of-State $42 RO. Box 49, Park River, ND 58270 David 45, divorced no children, regional manager for a pharmaceutical company• 6ft3, 2201bs. Ex NHL. Teaches little league, is passionate, a jock with intelligence. What more than a girl ask for, has a MBA. Fees paid for by male client. All replies treated in the strictest confidence• All bachelors are local, genuine & sincere, and are seeking a permanent relationship 1-888-916-2624 - www.selectintroductions•com North America wide, all ages, nationalities, occupations. Photos: Larry Biri Senior Silver Waters" 5+ Re- tirement Community just opened in Grand Forks, ND. 1 & 2 bedroom luxury apart- ments available now. Un- derground heated parking, elevator, fitness room, pub/ gamerooms, rooftop pa- tio, waist level gardens and many more amenities. Open floor plans, beautiful finishes, inspired wood floors, up- I graded lighting and large I balconies. Heat, water and parking included. Meals and foot care provided on- site. These are the finest senior apartments in the region. Call 701-738-4757 to schedule your showing today. JOB SERVICE - North Dakota m =- iobsad cam Current Challenges Grafton Job Service Office 927 12th St. W. Grafton, ND 701-352-4450 800-366-6888 (TTY) Find your next job at these Multi-Industry Job Fairs What will the money be spent on November 6 Pembina County Job Fair 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Cavalier E-Free Church 1OO6 MainStW Cavalier, ND November 13 Walsh County Job Fair 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Grafton Job Service 927 W 12th St Grafton, ND Bring several copies of your resum6 and be prepared to interview. See participating employers and open positions at Search Job Order #381857 and #381383. It': Time to Act! Job Fairs Sponsored By: JOB WA LS H j o b s. * Job Service North Dakota is an equal opportunity employer/program provider. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. VOTE Tuesday, November 18th Park River Area School Alumni Room 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. VOTE by Absentee Ballot www.parkriver.nd.kl www.voteyespra s.biog spot.corn r Park River Area School Improvement Project • Primary classrooms are too small • Elementary gym is not fully functional * Security concerns • Lack of storage space • Lack of office space • Lack of natural light in elementary classrooms • Electrical and HVAC systems are outdated • Larger & more elementary classrooms Safe & secure entrances Safer pick-up & drop-off area Separate public library entrance Additional meeting & storage space Enhanced classrooms for special needs programs HVA( & electrical upgrades Re-purpose existing gym space There will be two questions on the November 18th ballot Question I asks voters to allow the school district to issue bonds, not to xced $8,978,620, to fund the proposed building renovation and addition. Question 2 asks voters to allow the school district to increase its debt limit by 5% to increase the borrowing capacity to fund the proposed school building improvement project, BOTH questions on the November 18th ballot must receive a YES vote for the proposed school building improvement project to occur! ,(