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Page 14 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER I% 20 4  '4 , . ii  ' L I,,1., i, PRFL fans flood ' the Alerus Top Right: Cole Rehovsky congratulates his brother Spencer following the big Championship win. Top Left: The Hankey boys' great uncle Russell Obenchain from Jamestown shows his support. Middle Left: Carter Hunter hoists the Championship trophy in the stands. Bottom Left: These Fordville girls were in the parking lot of the Alerus with their poster at 8 am heading to the Class A Championship Football game. Jessica Best, Jade Olson and Bethany Novak. Bottom Middle: Jadeyn Flaten watches the Aggies warm up while her dad Dennis Raten checks out the Dakota Bowl program. Bottom Right: Looking mean with their. the big game were Jonah Zikmund, (I-r) Simon Zikmund and Owen Zikmund. ND Tl,00 ILEAL ,to,y anom.,newspapers: The newspaper tells us where we need to be, what time we need to be there, and why we ought to care. Cecile Krimm Journal Publishing Crosby & Tioga % of North Dakota / LOCAL NEWSPAPER ...... every week! 73% Of 18-24-year-olds 74% of 25-34-year-olds 73% of 35-44-year-olds 89% of 45-54-year olds 91% of those 55+ For the rest of the REALory about newspapers see our video at /w.w,ldlO.a.r,.O.O. VV WOI 15b41 i 1,4ilkVU I ,Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow S.)L:R(:I';: Nc/xton Marketing and Research, 201t Even as newspapers can make things difficult for public officials by holding them accountable, they make things easy for citizens by keeping them informed. Tom Monilaws Traill Co. Tribune Mayville The newspaper plays a very important role in peoples' every day lives, Jessica Wald The Homestead Napoleon I see our role as transforming and connecting communities ... and it's a vital role in today's society. Bill Marcil Jr. Forum Communications Fargo 1 before Page 14 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER I% 20 4  '4 , . ii  ' L I,,1., i, PRFL fans flood ' the Alerus Top Right: Cole Rehovsky congratulates his brother Spencer following the big Championship win. Top Left: The Hankey boys' great uncle Russell Obenchain from Jamestown shows his support. Middle Left: Carter Hunter hoists the Championship trophy in the stands. Bottom Left: These Fordville girls were in the parking lot of the Alerus with their poster at 8 am heading to the Class A Championship Football game. Jessica Best, Jade Olson and Bethany Novak. Bottom Middle: Jadeyn Flaten watches the Aggies warm up while her dad Dennis Raten checks out the Dakota Bowl program. Bottom Right: Looking mean with their. the big game were Jonah Zikmund, (I-r) Simon Zikmund and Owen Zikmund. ND Tl,00 ILEAL ,to,y anom.,newspapers: The newspaper tells us where we need to be, what time we need to be there, and why we ought to care. Cecile Krimm Journal Publishing Crosby & Tioga % of North Dakota / LOCAL NEWSPAPER ...... every week! 73% Of 18-24-year-olds 74% of 25-34-year-olds 73% of 35-44-year-olds 89% of 45-54-year olds 91% of those 55+ For the rest of the REALory about newspapers see our video at /w.w,ldlO.a.r,.O.O. VV WOI 15b41 i 1,4ilkVU I ,Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow S.)L:R(:I';: Nc/xton Marketing and Research, 201t Even as newspapers can make things difficult for public officials by holding them accountable, they make things easy for citizens by keeping them informed. Tom Monilaws Traill Co. Tribune Mayville The newspaper plays a very important role in peoples' every day lives, Jessica Wald The Homestead Napoleon I see our role as transforming and connecting communities ... and it's a vital role in today's society. Bill Marcil Jr. Forum Communications Fargo 1 before