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.— arr—.3 ' WALSH COUNTY PRESS "WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 202l I Pae 9_ AREA Team 2 GRAFTON, N.D. — More than 100 in- Schiltz, came out on top, eaming them the trav— telligent junior high students from the schools cling trophy. The Valley-Edinburg team of Jack 01“ CaVaher, Draymha Edmere, GrafiOH, Mid— Langerud, Carter Oberg, Elizabeth Fedj e, way, Mintoa NOITh Border Pembina» Nehh BOY- Scarlett Dreger and Kristen Huhta coached by filer walhaha, Par. k River Area and valleY'Ed' Ms. Leslie Fagerholt, placed 2nd; The Park lhbm‘g COmPeted 1“ the 6th Annual_walSh'Pe¥n' River Area team of Lauren Bell, Brayden Da- bma Coilmles Jr‘ ngh Academe Olymplcs ley Clara Kj elland, Chloe Kadlec, Toren V Competition On Wednesday, November 18 in B er’leda and Kayden Lem, coached by MS. Ha_ the Grafioanigh School gymnasium. The ley U11 an (L placed 3rd ' event. was sponsored by the Walsh-Pembina Moderator Tony Baideras a member Ofthe Admlmstrators and coordmated by North 2021 Walsh-Pembina High School Academ— Valley Career-Tech Center; . . . . Students pamcipated in a regular “mm with 1c Olymp1cs Champlonslnp Team from Grafton High School kept the competition moving at the top three teams advancing to a lightning . _ round Of the eighteen teams competing, the a mce pace. Students were asked queshons re- North Border Pembina team, consisting of lated to the categories 0f EngliSha seiehee, Bjorn Evenson, Jesse Eisenbeis, Preston Math, SOCial Studies; EleetiVeS and Current Emerson, Noah Olson, Kade Schafer and Events. Following thepcompetition, the Grafton Ezekiel Symington, coached by Mr. Jonathan FCCLA Chapter prepared and served lunch. Walsh-Pembina Counties Jr. High AcademicOlympicS Competition held Above: Walsh-Pembina Jr. High Academic Olympics Champions North Border Pembina Team: Bjorn Evenson, Jesse Eisenbeis, Preston Emerson, Noah Olson, Kade Schafer, ' and Ezekiel Symington. Top Left: Park River Area. Top Right: Valley-Edinburg. fies: Stibmitted TNKSTER, N.D. —— Congratu— ' lations to Midway Public School's r ‘ Student of the Quarter: Anya Rose , Photos: Submitted Van Hauen Above: (L to R) Jayse Larson, Clare Ashpole, Madison Sobolik, Hannah Myrdal. Anya is an 11th grader at Midi Wharf; I way and was selected as the win— g “‘3; m We ner for many reasons. She is hav- [1 l VE honors Students of Quarter and completing homework. Anya deserves to be recognized for the EDINBURG, N.D. — The following stu- mosphere. ' Freshman Class: Hannah Myrdal daughter strides she has made this school dents have been selected as the students of the Senior Class: Jayse Larson son of Ryan & of Paul & Naomi Myrdal year. CongratulatiOns Anya! The fourth quarter of the 2021-2022 school year; Kari Larson ‘ .V New students are’ selected at the end of each Midway community is so proud of by the Valley-Edinburg High School teaching Junior Class: Clare Ashpole daughter of quarter and a Valley-Edinburg High SChOOl Sfu- you! . staff. Selection is based on students’ time and Steve Ashpole dent 0f the Year Will be seleeted from the 12 Congratulations to the othe effort put into academics, qualities of citizen- Sophomore Class: Madison Sobolik daugh— Students 0fthe quarter Chosen throughem the nominees: Hunter Lietz, Addy : Photo: Submitted ship and positive contribution to school Iat— ter of Joe & Kris Sobolik . yeah Hefta, and Elyse McMillan / Help us make this season brighterfor area families by , donatinga new, unwrapped gift suitable for infants and children ages 17 and under. KEEPING YOUR * .. 5' N E As small business owners, we wear a lot of hats. We don 't have time to be people. , , ' r . . I o Smallbusinesses are bigtargets for hackers, but only 28 I V percent report havinga plan in placeto reapond to an attack. By trustingtheirdata to PolarExtreme lT, owners like the Kringstads can take control oitheir technology and protect the businesses they’ve worked so hard to build. £15}; I: ‘ « . x, v . Polar Extreme lT does managed services differentlytailoring offerings to each business’s individual need; V ' Donat'ons may be dropped Off at the and budget ratherthan handing overa one-sizelfits-all package. Find out why Safe-T-Pull trusts Polar irii i~ Polar office at 110 4th St. E, Park River, ‘ their IT in this #PeopleProgressPolarstory: A . ND,during normal business hours of . LEA _\\\\ 7:30 am. — 5:30 pm. go . ’V ‘ ‘ J "hill-LII :.| J 1- Open yourcamera and 0 :Eiiliii‘iii. '- ’p ' 1: ' ' ;. -i I l ~Wait for the camera to recognize and scan the b 1' . I / t\\ pOLAR whWWW’, l‘ enamel-T v iii. ' “if :Ix , code. . . . z. :u :.-'I'| 3-Clickthewebsiteiink 701-284-7221 m. " n'l - y : When‘mppearsonyour poiarcomm.com/extremel"i “ " ' scree . ' n \jf/ extremelT@polartel.com hr; i’ w: : lillilt‘rl‘; l3 an equal opportunity pi oyider and employer.