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Page 6 :: • _ _ G7:17 • ., E'qEqDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2014 Einarson complete00 ,ra+: !-: Issues in the 21 st Cemtw00 The National Iudicial Co00e00c RENd, Nev.-- The National Judicial College (NJC) is pleased to announce that the Hon. Darcie Einarson of the Grafton Municipal Court in Grain, Noah Dakota, has completed Traffic Issues in the 21st Century, October 6-9, 2014, at The National Judicial College in Reno, Nev. Judge Einarson received schol- arships from the North Dakota Municipal Judges Association and The National Judicial College to fund her participation in this course. Einarson has served as the Grafton Municipal Judge since 2008 and maintains a private practice in Grafton. Judges are facing more complex traffic issues as the law and tech- nology progress. This course is designed to provide an overview of current traffic laws and technolog- ical trends and their applications to the judiciary. The National Judicial College was founded in 1963 and is the na- tion's leading provider of judicial education. The NJC is housed in a state-of-the-art building on the his- toric 255-acre campus of the Uni- versity of Nevada, Reno. For over 50 years, the NJC has been offering courses to improve judicial pro- ductivity, challenge cur:st: ;sr- ceptions of justice and !;7!:: judges to achieve judiciai exce;- lence. With courses held ons:.te. across the nation and around the world, the NJC offers an average of 90 courses annually with more than 4,000 judges enrolling from all 50 states, U.S. territories and more than 150 countries. The NJC and the National Coun- cil of Juvenile and Family Court Judges assisted the University of Nevada, Reno, in developing one of the nation's first master's and Ph.D. in judicial studies programs. Both programs provide a formal aca- demic setting in which trial judges can integrate technical and academic studies to attain an intellectual un- derstanding of the American judi- ciary. The NJC is also home to the Na- tional Tribal Judicial Center and an International Program. The Col- lege's curricula include a Seminar Series, made up of courses that pro- vide judges the opportunity to study diverse and interesting topics at his- torically and culturally rich locations across the United States. Web- based courses are also offered en- abling participants to explore a va- riety of subject areas online. Federal Grants available fi00r North: Dakota Firefighters, + .... First Responders BISMARCK, N.D.--New fed- eral grants will be available for el- igible for firefighters and first re- spoflders tr'help them update their equipment and improve firefighter and community safety. These funds will enable fire houses in North Dakota to receive support their operations, which are particularly important for the 96 per- cent of: firsV,responders + in North DakoTa who' e vOluntrs. '"Our rn-st responders in North Dakota are often the first on the scene in life-or-death situations, putting their lives on the line every day for their communities - and they do it voluntarily," said U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp. "Their invaluable service and their sacrifice is some- thi+ng we cannot take lightly - and as the daughter of a volunteer fire- fighter in growing up in Mantador, I know I never will. That's why I've made getting first responders the tools they needto prepare, succeed and survive their missions a top pri- ority. In addition to my legislation to support first responders, I also hope eligible fire companies will ap- ply for these federal funds to help them get the equipment and training they need to do their jobs, keep our communities safe, and help guar- antee they will come home to their families each night." For more information on how to apply go to www.fema.gov/assis- tance-firefighters-grant. Fire de- partments, non-affiliated emergency medical services organizations (EMS) and state fire training acad- emies are eligible for funding. For more detail about the grant program, visit www.grants.gov. A"Get Ready Guide," is also available to provide answers to questions and to help pre- pare grant applications. The funds are made available by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Man- agement Agency's Fiscal Year 2014 Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program (AFG). Member FDIC + CONGRATULATIONS SUSAN PHELPS ON 40 YEARS WITH 6ATE CITY BANK! JOIN US FOR AN OPEN HOUSE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25,10 A.t4.- 2 P.M. 201 BRIGGS AVE. S, PARK RIVER v- Gate CityBank For a Better Way of Life. ® holiday tradition., + J-Mart brings in 5 tons of sweets Photo:Larry Bid i;, Too: &Mart- Francis ,Jelinek (pictured) along with Dominie,jelinek are owners of the J-Mart Store in Pisek. Top Left: Marge aM Noe, ,jallo have been making the trip from Devils Lake for the past 15 years to shoo for candy at the,j-Mart in Pisek. The ,jallos Mng a Iotof the candy to the retirement home in Devils Lake. Right: 5 tons of candy stretches in a row from the back of the store all the way to the . front. Bottom Left: Good Samaritan Society-Park River activity director Nannette Hoeger laughs as ,June Almen grabs a bottle of POOto + Bismol off the shelf at J-Mart sang she would need it if she were to eat all the candy she liked. With ,June are fellow Good Samaritan : ': residents Edie Bjee and Cad Nils0n. ,:. ,, )  i , '+i ,+, ,; ,+ " COOK Part-time benefitted position available (rotat- ing morning/afternoon shifts) with the possibib ib' 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/GEl 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 Deadline to apply FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2014 by 5:00 PM. Reference Job ID 3001979 Please visit our website and apply on-line www.nd.gov l hrms /jobs l appforms.html LIFE SKILLS & TRANSITION CENTER 701 West 6 th Street, Graft:on, 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, ............... " 7 :--:. :,. : ; .. : .--T ............ (,i , i ,i i , Truck Drivers + ' " Marvin Windows and Doors is the world leader in manufacturing "made-to-order wood windows. Our company is recognized for quality products, a unique cus- tomer-responsive approach, innovation and continuous impPsvemiht, as well'as an exceptional safety record. Currently, our Grafton, ND facility has an opportunity for Truck Drivers, Responsibilities include: performing vehicle inspectionspr6p, erly hooking and unhooking tractor trailers, completing required paperwork .ad- hering to all DOT and federal regulations, delivery and pick,up ir 48 states an d Canada, and basic truck and trailer maintenance• • ;J.; The ideal candidate will possess: .... :: High School diploma or equivalent ; , ', Must have a CDL license with Haz-Mat endorsement Safe driving record . ,.. • Ability to work independently • , + , • Physically capable of loading and unloading traders I reg"unt lifting/pulling/pushing up to 80 Ibs. unassisted, up to 300 Ibs. with assista fi;e, and the ability to sit up to 80% of the time) ; ' , '' Must be able to get along well with others and participate in teach driw mg as needed Marvin Windows offers a comprehensive employment package with competiiive wages and great benefits including health, dental and vision insurance, life insur- ance, disability, a 401 k plan, paid time off, paid holidays and much more. ' ij + Qualified candidates May apply with a letter and resume. ;.,': Web: www.marvin.com/careers :, E-maih apply.grafton@ marvin.corn Mail: 14835 Highway 17 West, Grafton, ND 58237 Attn: HR Generalist Equal Opportunity Employer ! i, Page 6 :: • _ _ G7:17 • ., E'qEqDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2014 Einarson complete00 ,ra+: !-: Issues in the 21 st Cemtw00 The National Iudicial Co00e00c RENd, Nev.-- The National Judicial College (NJC) is pleased to announce that the Hon. Darcie Einarson of the Grafton Municipal Court in Grain, Noah Dakota, has completed Traffic Issues in the 21st Century, October 6-9, 2014, at The National Judicial College in Reno, Nev. Judge Einarson received schol- arships from the North Dakota Municipal Judges Association and The National Judicial College to fund her participation in this course. Einarson has served as the Grafton Municipal Judge since 2008 and maintains a private practice in Grafton. Judges are facing more complex traffic issues as the law and tech- nology progress. This course is designed to provide an overview of current traffic laws and technolog- ical trends and their applications to the judiciary. The National Judicial College was founded in 1963 and is the na- tion's leading provider of judicial education. The NJC is housed in a state-of-the-art building on the his- toric 255-acre campus of the Uni- versity of Nevada, Reno. For over 50 years, the NJC has been offering courses to improve judicial pro- ductivity, challenge cur:st: ;sr- ceptions of justice and !;7!:: judges to achieve judiciai exce;- lence. With courses held ons:.te. across the nation and around the world, the NJC offers an average of 90 courses annually with more than 4,000 judges enrolling from all 50 states, U.S. territories and more than 150 countries. The NJC and the National Coun- cil of Juvenile and Family Court Judges assisted the University of Nevada, Reno, in developing one of the nation's first master's and Ph.D. in judicial studies programs. Both programs provide a formal aca- demic setting in which trial judges can integrate technical and academic studies to attain an intellectual un- derstanding of the American judi- ciary. The NJC is also home to the Na- tional Tribal Judicial Center and an International Program. The Col- lege's curricula include a Seminar Series, made up of courses that pro- vide judges the opportunity to study diverse and interesting topics at his- torically and culturally rich locations across the United States. Web- based courses are also offered en- abling participants to explore a va- riety of subject areas online. Federal Grants available fi00r North: Dakota Firefighters, + .... First Responders BISMARCK, N.D.--New fed- eral grants will be available for el- igible for firefighters and first re- spoflders tr'help them update their equipment and improve firefighter and community safety. These funds will enable fire houses in North Dakota to receive support their operations, which are particularly important for the 96 per- cent of: firsV,responders + in North DakoTa who' e vOluntrs. '"Our rn-st responders in North Dakota are often the first on the scene in life-or-death situations, putting their lives on the line every day for their communities - and they do it voluntarily," said U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp. "Their invaluable service and their sacrifice is some- thi+ng we cannot take lightly - and as the daughter of a volunteer fire- fighter in growing up in Mantador, I know I never will. That's why I've made getting first responders the tools they needto prepare, succeed and survive their missions a top pri- ority. In addition to my legislation to support first responders, I also hope eligible fire companies will ap- ply for these federal funds to help them get the equipment and training they need to do their jobs, keep our communities safe, and help guar- antee they will come home to their families each night." For more information on how to apply go to www.fema.gov/assis- tance-firefighters-grant. Fire de- partments, non-affiliated emergency medical services organizations (EMS) and state fire training acad- emies are eligible for funding. For more detail about the grant program, visit www.grants.gov. A"Get Ready Guide," is also available to provide answers to questions and to help pre- pare grant applications. The funds are made available by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Man- agement Agency's Fiscal Year 2014 Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program (AFG). Member FDIC + CONGRATULATIONS SUSAN PHELPS ON 40 YEARS WITH 6ATE CITY BANK! JOIN US FOR AN OPEN HOUSE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25,10 A.t4.- 2 P.M. 201 BRIGGS AVE. S, PARK RIVER v- Gate CityBank For a Better Way of Life. ® holiday tradition., + .J-Mart brings in 5 tons of sweets',00 ., Photo:Larry Bid i;, Too: &Mart- Francis ,Jelinek (pictured) along with Dominie,jelinek are owners of the J-Mart Store in Pisek. Top Left: Marge aM Noe, ,jallo have been making the trip from Devils Lake for the past 15 years to shoo for candy at the,j-Mart in Pisek. The ,jallos Mng a Iotof the candy to the retirement home in Devils Lake. Right: 5 tons of candy stretches in a row from the back of the store all the way to the . front. Bottom Left: Good Samaritan Society-Park River activity director Nannette Hoeger laughs as ,June Almen grabs a bottle of POOto + Bismol off the shelf at J-Mart sang she would need it if she were to eat all the candy she liked. With ,June are fellow Good Samaritan : ': residents Edie Bjee and Cad Nils0n. ,:. ,, )  i , '+i ,+, ,; ,+ " COOK Part-time benefitted position available (rotat- ing morning/afternoon shifts) with the possibib ib' 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/GEl 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 Deadline to apply FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2014 by 5:00 PM. Reference Job ID 3001979 Please visit our website and apply on-line www.nd.gov l hrms /jobs l appforms.html LIFE SKILLS & TRANSITION CENTER 701 West 6 th Street, Graft:on, 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, ............... " 7 :--:. :,. : ; .. : .--T ............ (,i , i ,i i , Truck Drivers + ' " Marvin Windows and Doors is the world leader in manufacturing "made-to-order wood windows. Our company is recognized for quality products, a unique cus- tomer-responsive approach, innovation and continuous impPsvemiht, as well'as an exceptional safety record. Currently, our Grafton, ND facility has an opportunity for Truck Drivers, Responsibilities include: performing vehicle inspectionspr6p, erly hooking and unhooking tractor trailers, completing required paperwork .ad- hering to all DOT and federal regulations, delivery and pick,up ir 48 states an d Canada, and basic truck and trailer maintenance• • ;J.; The ideal candidate will possess: .... :: High School diploma or equivalent ; , ', Must have a CDL license with Haz-Mat endorsement Safe driving record . ,.. • Ability to work independently • , + , • Physically capable of loading and unloading traders I reg"unt lifting/pulling/pushing up to 80 Ibs. unassisted, up to 300 Ibs. with assista fi;e, and the ability to sit up to 80% of the time) ; ' , '' Must be able to get along well with others and participate in teach driw mg as needed Marvin Windows offers a comprehensive employment package with competiiive wages and great benefits including health, dental and vision insurance, life insur- ance, disability, a 401 k plan, paid time off, paid holidays and much more. ' ij + Qualified candidates May apply with a letter and resume. ;.,': Web: www.marvin.com/careers :, E-maih apply.grafton@ marvin.corn Mail: 14835 Highway 17 West, Grafton, ND 58237 Attn: HR Generalist Equal Opportunity Employer ! i,