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PAGE 6 THE PRESS NOVEMBER 20, 2013 r WhoaIt Hders earn honors Photo: Submitted Several local winners recently were presented with awards at the District year end awards for NBHA (National Barrel Horse Association). THose placing inlcuded: Autumn Forschen and James Larson Peewee Champion buckle winners, Megan Larson Reserve Champion 3D Youth Poles &amp; 4th 4D Youth; Cyndi Hummel Champion buckle winner 2D Adult Poles, 4th in 4D Open & 5th in 3D Open Barrels. Jezimay Watson 3rd in 3D Youth Barrels. Jette Peterka Champion sad- dle winner in 2D Youth Barrels, 4th in 2D Open Barrels, 5th in 3D Youth barrels. Tessa Peterka Champion saddle win- ner in 1D Youth Barrels, 5th in 2D Open barrels, Kristen Larson Champion buckle winner in 3D Youth Poles& 3rd in 4D Open barrels. Holly Johnson 3rd in 3D Open barrels, 5th in 2D Open barrels. Above: Back (LtoR) Cyndi Hummel, Jez- imay Watson, Jette Peterka, Tessa Peterka, Kristen Larson, Holly Johnson. Front: Autumn Forshen, James Larson, Megan Larson Area University of North Dakota medical students receive scholarships for 2013-2014 school year GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- A total of $384,859 in scholarships has been awarded to 143 medical students at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences for the 2013- 2014 academic year. Funds for the scholarships come from various private sources, endowments and scholarship funds. Area students include: • Fourth-year student Jared Marquardt of Forest River, N.D., received the Dr. Wahl Memorial Rural Health Scholarship. • Second-year student Betsy Dickson ofGilby, N.D., received Orvedal of Grafion, N.D., re- the Karen & Elvira Lynner Me- ceived the Karen & Elvira Lynner morial Medical Scholarship. Memorial Medical Scholarship. • Second-year student Saman-. • Third-year student Kyle tha Dusek of Grafton, N.D., re- ceived the Academic Achieve-i Wilebski of Grafton, N.D., re- ment Award.  ..... J • eeived the Karen &,£tra Lynner • Second-year student Dakota Memorial Medical Scholarship; $1 at the Gra Titkets the evening of Wine & Must be Wirle "SS 188.54 +/- ACRES WALSH COUNTY, ND L AND AUCTION Walsh county land near Edinburg and Hoople, ND featuring188.54 +I- acres. Expired CRP contract on September 30, 2013 makes this excellent fertile ground with a great Soil Productivity Index and great opportunity to be put into production. Property has great access with good topography, mature shelterbelts and good Whitetail deer hunting! CONTACT Bob Pifer 701.371.8538 722 Demers Ave .£GF, MN 56721 I Thi sai(, i ana,; :< Iv P fer ' A(KtlO & Pvaky AH SGtemelG mJd he day of [he 3[Klon lake precedelKe ocef a! fh:c[ n,1 rl;,f:; Έ Ti, ' ':,'4,: ,:5vs I!: (Jht to reiet or accept ay and all bid. Pifer  Actlon  Rualty, i;,:, }qlh A, ) ',,cl {{ did, MN 56560 Kevin Pifer, ND #7!5, p• f • l[er s 877.700.4099 I !ANDAUCF!ONS Northern Plains Railroad is accepting applications for a Network Admimstrator in Fordville, ND DUTIES: To provide IT troubleshooting and full support to all of NPR and entities; must have the expe- rience necessary to demonstrate proficiency in the design, installation, support, operation, and administration of computer networks and telecommunications infrastructure. Respond to requests for technical assistance in person, via phone, electron- ically Diagnose and resolve technical hardware and software issues Research questions using available information resources Identify and escalate situations requiring urgent attention Track and route problems and requests and document resolutions • Stay current with system information, changes and updates • Work with 3rd party vendor for company phone system, cell phone issues • Maintain Windows Sewers 2008 and 2012, Active Directory, Exchange 2010 • Maintain Cisco ASA Firewall at multiple remote sites with VPN Tunnel • Maintain and Configure Managed Switches • Maintain SAN and VMWARE • Control backup plan and disaster recovery • Anti-virus and WSUS updates • Deployment of PCs and network hardware including printers • Support remote users EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: • Associates Degree or Bachelor's Degree with an emphasis in Inl 0rmation Systems or Computer Science or related discipline. Microsoft Certifica- tions a plus. • 5 years' experience with emphasis in system and network infrastructure man- agement • Excellent understanding of network services (DHCP, DNS, LDAP, etc) • Work experience and knowledge with managing SANs and virtualization en- vironments • Work experience and knowledge managing switches and creating vLANs • Ability to learn new technologies and expand knowledge of internal systems • Database experience a plus • Working knowledge of Workstation and Server Hardware and Software, as well as various other Business Applications VPN Technologies, VNWare, Cisco, Symantec, Trend Micro, and others • Experience with documenting, researching, and resolving computer and server issues Benefits include but are not limited to :" Health, Dental, Vision, 401K, Railroad Retirement and competitive pay. Applicants must pass all pre-employment testing and background checks. To be considered for this unique opportunity, interested applicants may send their internal application to: Northern Plains Railroad Attn: Human Resources PO Box 38 Fordville, ND 58231 Or email resume to: 701-229-3330 EOE Photo: Submitted Above: Joleen Swartz shows her Appaloosa, "Rscal Cliff" at the World Appaloosa show in Fort Worth, Texas. He placed in the top ten. PR woman's dreams come true with a little help from 'Fiscal Cliff' PARK RIVER, N.D. --"I have a bucket list and placing over a pro- fessional and placing in the top 10 at the World Appaloosa show are on it," said Joleen Swartz of Park Riv- er. A young addition to her family helped to make that happen. On the first of the year, a special colt was born. He was named "Fis- cal Cliff." She said that the "special foal from a white sire and a black dam was colored like a Dalmatian" and being that special they decided to fit and train him. She said that with his disposition training was "a cinch." Even though Joleen had an ac- cident in April, breaking a rib, six weeks later they were heading to Nebraska for Cliffs first show. 'Td only lead him once down the driveway," she said. "At that show I asked a young gal to lead him in the most colorful class." He received a first, two seconds and a third placing to qualify him for the World show. They continued to fit him, showing him in the summer at Fargo in the NDApHC Fall Clas- sic Appaloosa & Open Show. At the Red Rivers Breeders Futurity & Show in Valley City, N.D., in Oc- tober, Cliffearned 10 first place rib- bons, first in the futurity show, and placing over a professional. "Cliff continued to grow and so did his fan club," Joleen said. The 2014 World Championship Appaloosa Show Oct. 25 through Nov. 2 in Fort Worth, Texas, has four judges in each class and the low score is thrown out. "I showed Cliff in Non Pro Weanling Colts and received a fifth place," Joleen said. Two days later they showed in Open Weanling Colts placing fourth and received a second in highest placing by a non-pro. And showing in the Most Colorful at Halter they got in the top 10 again with a eighth place against older horses. Joleen said that she had the time of her life with help and encour- agement from many people along the way. "Mostly my significant other, Frank Henley," she said. Cliffretumed back home, d the offers. She said they felt he should retumnext year for another chance to brbag home a trophy.. [-_- ......... -:: ..... ----- ....... -_---71 l Get your ad mto the Press today! I i ] [ lllll I I1 llllll lll lllll l llllllll ill ii ] FARMLAND FOR SALE CLEVELAND TOWNSHIP, WALSH COUNTY THE GALEN BONDY MARITAL TRUST offers for sale the following-described property located in Cleveland Township, Walsh County, North Dakota: The East Half of the Southeast Quarter (EVSE%) of Section 27, Township 155, Range 57 (containing 65.67 tillable acres, more or less) The Seller shall retain 50% of the mineral rights in and to the above-described real property. Bid Procedure: Written bids will be received at the law office of Steven C. Ekman, Bremer Bank Building, 910 Hill Avenue, PO Box 70, Grafton ND 58237 until 2:00 p.m, on DECEMBER 2, 2013. Bids will be opened at that time and place. Please mark your envelope "BID FOR BONDY LAND". Bids should be in the total amount and not per acre. Persons having submitted reasonable written bids will be allowed to remain and participate in oral bidding. The right is reserved to waive irregularities and to reject any or all bids. Terms: 10% of the purchase price will be due upon acceptance of a bid, and the balance due thirty (30) days later. For further information, contact: , Steven C. Ekman Atttorney at Law 910 Hill Ave, PO Box 70 Grafton ND 58237 (701) 352-0916 (Telephone) (701) 352-1855 (Fax)