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NOVEMBER 20, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 5 71Tf'L " #"n , r-n... : _ =----_--- =_-=_--=_--_-- __ =_.Z__==__._  ---;--h A'____ _B Photos: Submitted Grant awards were delivered across the area including four in Park River, one in Crystal, and one in Lankin. Far Left: Jeanine Jelinek and Sally Kittelson of the Park River Sunshine Kids Center accept a $500 check from North Dakota Community Foundation Board Member Dawn Keeley and NDCF President and CEO Kevin Dvorak to assist with updating their outdoor facilities. Left: North Dakota Community Foun- dation Board Member Dawn Keeley presents a $5000 check to representatives of the Park River Community Theatre Board to assist with the conversion to digital format. Also pictured are NDCF Board Mem- ber Don Oppegard (back row, left) and NDCF President and CEO Kevin Dvorak (back row, second from left) Right: North Dakota Community Foundation Board Member Dawn Keeley presents a check for $2,000 to Beverly Anton of the Park Rivers Senior Center to assist with an upgrade to their HVAC equipment. Far Right: Bob Lundquist, President of the Park River Volunteer Fire Department accepts a $1,500 check from North Dakota Community Foundation Board Member Dawn Keeley and NDCF President and CEO Kevin Dvorak to assist with the purchase of new protective gear. Park River - Park River Senior Center - $2,000 to Upgrade HVAC System Walhalla - Walhalla Senior Center- $1,500 to Re- pair Roof and Ceiling Tiles Lankin - Bechnye Heritage Hall - Preservation Hall-S2,000 Renovation Project Walhalla - Walhalla Economic Development - $5,000 to Renovate & Upgrade Walhalla Clinic Brocket - Pioneer Square Community Center - $1,000 to Replace Generator at Community Center "The North Dakota Community Foundation is pleased to partner with these organizations to make this part of North Dakota a better place to live" said Mr. Dvorak. The above grants were made from the North Dakota Community Foundation's State-Wide Great Needs Fund. Grants are awarded on a competitive basis. This year the Foundation received 149 grant re- quests ofwhiqh the Board of Directors approved 49. The NDCF and its component funds will make over n1" ]r T  T1f "v i lr lr  ,d ]r T  T  T 1" ]rli ,l'li Ti ,lr - --- ---- _.- =_----:_:- - -- --s:_---s-_-- temperature unless the meter automatically measures the temperature and makes the adjustment. The ad- justment may be several percentage points for grain that is not near room temperature (75 degrees). Sunflower Tips for November 2013 The estimated Natural Air drying time for 17% mois- ttre oil sunflower with average North Dakota November conditions of 27 degrees and 65% relative humidity is about 50 days using an airflow rate of 1.0 cfm/bu. Adding heat to warm the air 5 degrees reduces the fi- nal moisture content to about 8.5% and the drying time to about 35 days. Warming the air by 10 degrees reduces the final sunflower moisture content to about 7% and results in a drying time of about 35 days. A little sup- ternental heat will fence the drying time but more sup- $3 million in grants all across North Dakota in 2013. I was amazed at the number of grant requests and the incredible projects and programs that are happening across our state. We are pleased that our NDCF grants will enhance the quality of life for North Dakota cit- izens" said NDCF Board Member Dawn Keeley. The North Dakota Community Foundation was or- ganized in 1976. The Foundation was formed as an efficient means of meeting the needs of North Dako- ta in the educational, charitable, arts, scientific and health areas. It is a public, non-profit tax-exempt cor- poration which receives and distributes charitable funds to support a wide range of programs which benefit North Dakotans. The Foundation administers char- itable endowment and non-endowment funds in both the restricted and unrestricted categories on behalf of communities, businesses, non-profit organizations, and individuals. The Foundation currently holds assets in excess of $50,000,000 and to date has made more than $54,000,000 in grants all across North Dakota. _eJ00 c,E 4 Left: Allison Olimb and her family accept a $2,000 check on behalf of the Crystal Park Board from North Dakota Community Foundation President and CEO Kevin Dvorak to assist with the purchase of new play- ground equipment in the community. Right: North Dakota Community Foundation President and CEO Kevin Dvorak presents a $2,000 check to Phyllis Kadlec of Bechyne Heritage Hall to assist with their building renovation project. plemental heat does not shorten the drying time and may cause drying sunflower to a lower moisture content than desired. The estimated allowable storage time for cereal grains can be used for estimates for oil sunflower. Oil sunflower at 15% moisture is equivalent to cereal grains at 20% moisture. The allowable storage time for 17% oil sun- flower at 40 degrees is about 60 days. Airflow through the sunflower is required to keep the sunflower cool. The allowable storage time for 17% sunflower at 60 de- grees is only 15 days. It is critical to aerate the sunflower to keep it cool. Seeds freezing together and not flow- ing may be a concern at moisture contents exceeding about 17%- 18%. Sunflower coming from a high temperature dryer will have a moisture gradient that will generally cause the moisture meter to give a reading lower than the cor- rect value. This causes what is commonly referred to as a moisture rebound when the sunflower appear to increase in moisture after being placed in storage. To determine the amount of error, measure the moisture content of the sunflower coming from the dryer, place the sample in a sealed container for at least 12 hours, and then recheck the moisture. Any dryer using an open flame to heat the air pos- es a constant fire hazard. Fine fibers from sunflower seed or other plant materials may be ignited by the burner and carried to the seeds, causing them to ignite. Clean the dryer and area around the dryer at least daily. Seeds and foreign material.that-s"hang-up" in the dryer become very combustible. Make sure the dryer is completely cleaned out after each batch and keep sunflower seed moving in a continuous flow dryer. High-speed dryers are like a forge when a fire gets going. However, fires can be controlled if they are noticed immediately, which makes constant monitoring necessary. Many fires can be extinguished by just shutting offthe fan to cut off the oxygen. A little water applied directly to the fire at the early stages may extinguish it. A fire extinguisher for oil type fires should be used for oil sunflower fires. Many dryers are now designed so that sunflower can be unloaded rapidly in case of a fire, before the dryer is damaged. In some dryers, just the part of the dryer affected by the fire needs to be unloaded. Your classified ad will appear in d 90 North Dakota daily and weekly newspapers foronly Call your newspaper I or 1.866.685-8889 ' HELP WANTED ROLETTE COUNTY IS seeking a State's Attorney. Full-time until December 31,2014. Send resume to Rolette County, Box 939, Rolla, ND 58367. 701-477-5665 THE STEELE COUNTY Job Development Authority is seeking an Economic Development Coordinator to assist with business development and grant writing. Applicants must be self-motivated and detail oriented with good com- munication skills. Economic development experience, bachelor's degree or equivalent combination. Competitive salary and benefit package. Send resume, references and county job application by December 2, 2013 to steele- or PO Box 492, Finley, ND 58230. Job de- scription available. Equal opportunity employer. Contact 701-524-2645. MCLEAN COUNTY IS hiring two or more full-time Deputy Sheriffs. Apply by 4:00 pm CST on December 4 by calling 701-462-8541. CLINIC MANAGER: Linton Hospital has immediate open- ing for clinic manager, RN/BSN preferred. Sue Meidinger, Human Resource Director, Linton Hospital, Box 850, Lin- ton, ND 58552. 701-254-3113 Equal Opportunity Employer. THE VALLEY COUNTY Airport Commission is seeking an individual with strong leadership and organizational skills to Serve as manager of Glasgow International Airport/Wokal Field in Glasgow, Montana. This position requires knowl- edge in public administration, airport management, aero- nautics or civil engineering or related field coupled with ex- tensive experience with aviation or airport activities related to operations, maintenance and administrative supervi- sion. Preference will be given to candidates who have prior aeronautic experience. In addition, the Valley County Airport Commission is also seeking support personnel to work under the supervision of the airport manager. Prior experience in aviation, airport activities, operations, main- tenance is preferred but not required. Applications and complete job descriptions may be obtained by contacting the Valley County Airport Commission at vcboards@vall-; 501 Court Square, #14, Glasgow, Montana 59230; 406-228-6214. Deadline for applications is Monday, December 2, 2013, 5:00 PM. OFFICE SURVEY TECH - Minot, North Dakota. Job De- scription: Process, draft and calculate various types of Survey field data into exhibits, drawings, plats and maps. Works with various software packages including AutoCad, Carlson, Trimble Business Center and other online appli- cations in the course of work. Reports directly to the Sur- vey Manager. As an essential job function, a survey tech must maintain a high level of technical survey skill and must always strive to improve skills, production methods and tal- ents. Must also understand Land Surveying Practices and procedures; processing field and office data; supports field and office personnel; land records research; preparing plats, maps, exhibits, construction calculations, prelimi- nary alignment data, topographic and boundary surveys. Up to 10% travel may be required. Must have a strong Land Survey background, Proficient in AutoCAD and poses a good understanding in survey plat generation, data man- agement and exhibits. PLS or LSI certification a plus but not required. Salary range: DOE. Benefits to include: Medical, Dental, Vision, STD, LTD, Life Insurance, Accidental Death, 401K, 9 paid Holidays and PTO. Please send resume to ANALYTICAL & MEASUREMENT TECHNICIAN Williston, North Dakota. Maintain and calibrate analytical instru- ments, sampling systems and regulating and measuring equipment used to monitor gas quality. Visit www.ques- tar.corn for more information. We are a drug free workplace. Equal Opportunity Employer. OILFIELD SERVICE COMPANY looking for an experi- enced Operations Manager in the Ray, ND area. Must have knowledge in drill pipe and connections. If interested call 337-330-2331. EXPERIENCED AUTO BODY Technician AND Technician Helper for established, flourishing auto body business. Salary and benefits depend on experience. Call Doug, 701-693-2804 or 701-693-6180 (c). OILFIELD Journeyman and Apprentice Electricians for Employment in ND. Please send resume to: Blind Box c/o Williston Herald, PO Box 1447, Williston, ND 58801. H & H ELECTRIC, Inc. a local established electrical com- pany in Williston, ND is seeking Journeymen and Experi- enced Apprentice Electricians. Oil & gas industry experi- ence a plus! Competitive pay and benefits. 701-774-1001. AG DIESEL MECHANIC at New Holland dealerships in Park River, Cando and Rolla, ND. Product training will be provided. Experience with CNH equipment a plus. Com- petitive wage and benefits DOE. Apply at www.parkriver- or call John 701-284-6316. MCLEAN COUNTY HIGHWAY Department will fill one Equipment Operator II position based in Washburn, ND. Call 701-462-8818 or email for more infor- mation. CDL w/class A tanker endorsement in Sidney, MT. Must have a clean driving record, at least 3 years of experience & pass a drug test. Commission based pay with a poten- tial of $100,000.00 or more. Management position also available. 218-259-2780. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE FOR SALE: 14 x 70 Mobile Home 5 BR Duplex in Crosby, ND. Perfect for corporate housing or investment. $44,900 or best offer. Call Matt 701-575-7015. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE LARGE COMMERCIAL FACILITY for sale with 11 offices, 2 meeting rooms, kitchen, 13 sleeping rooms, 12 bath- rooms & more on 10 landscaped acres near Cando, ND, Contact Amy Nikolaisen, Can-Do Auction & Real Estate 877-812-4305 or see videos at NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values are at all time highs! Contact Kevin Pifer 701-238-5810 ( for Free Farmland Valuation Land Auctions & Farmland Man- agement Services. WANTED: MINERAL INTERESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Ex- perienced Family Owned Oil Production & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAs-, 877-754-3111. FARMLAND FOR SALE LAMOURE COUNTY FARMLAND FOR SALE: Pkg. 1: SWI/4NW1/4 of 14-134-66, SEI/4NWI/4 of 14-134-66, SW1/4 of 14-134-66; Pkg. 2:SWl/4 of 15-134-66. Bids by Noon 12/2/2013 to: Duffy Law, PO?Box 5, LaMoure, ND?58458. Questions: 701-883-5600. LAND FOR SALE 40 ACRES IN South Dakota $19,960! $460 down; $195/mo. No credit check! Owner financing! (800) 967- 7868 John BUILDINGS FOR SALE STEEL BUILDING, BUY LOCAL. Build This Year! Turn Key Available. 40'x80', 70'x100', 80'x180', 120'x200'. Will Build to Suit. Free Quote. Call Wane 701-365-8509 or 800-741-9262. RV/CAMPERS FOR SALE FOR SALE: 1987 Fleetwood Motorhome. 36', couch, swivel chairs and table, FULL-SIZED FRIDGEI Everything works. Included: square straw-bales, plastic, and insulation for skirting, 100# propane tank. $7,500. Call Mark @ 701-690- 7540. RV/CAMPER PARKS RESPONSIBLE, OLDER COUPLE looking to rent private with elec., water, sewer. Within 10 minutes from Williston. Long term lease is desirable. 1-605-393-1060, 701-580-8485. MISCELLANEOUS TRAILERS 2014 42' Elevation 5th wheel toy hauler - never used - fully self contained - sleeps 6, 317-654-3116 for details - $74,900. LIVESTOCK & SUPPLIES FOR SALE: NORBERT Horse Trailer, stalls for 12. Hy- draulic Livestock table trailer. Universal Ultra Sonic Dragnestic instrument. 91 years, retired. Norman Glinz, 701-228-3800. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE LOOKING FOR THE most complete listing of ND Media? ND Media Guide. Only $25! Call 701-223-6397, ND News- paper Association. A 25-WORD AD costs only $150. Runs in every North Dakota newspaper. What a deal! Contact your newspaper to place your ad. ANNOUNcEMENTS/PERSoNALS HEALTH INSURANCE FOR EVERYONE. Confused about how the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) will impact you? We can help you understand your options and provide you with coverage. Great Individual, Family & Group plans are available at low cost or even free! Contact Cando In- surance Agency to obtain a quote! 800-993-4307 or sub- mit application You don't have to be left uninsured! MISCELLANEOUS WE MAKE IT easy to place an ad in one or all 90 North Dakota newspapers. One order, one bill, one check. We provide the ad design and tearsheets. Call the North Dakota Newspaper Association, 701-223-6397. ' i