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T COMMUNITY HE WALSH COUNTY PRESS - Wednesda , November 27, 20 I 9 Pae5 i' for your car: Cold weather concerns By Marquita Novak PARK RIVER, N.D. — Fall is here and the rodents are looking for a nice warm place to stash their acorns, pinecones and whatever elsetheycanfind. Theyliketomake nests under the hoods of vehicles and they stash their loot wherever they can. Theywillhideinthe heatermo— tor, glove box, air cleaner and pollen filter if the vehicle has one. The ro- dents also like to chew on wiring. The coating on the wires on new ve- hicles are made out of soy products are good tasting to the rodents and will give the owner a BIG repair bill in the end. It is a good idea to check under the hood to make sure there is no damage. Open the hood with $5.11 including serving as chairman. Kadlec has served on USB since 2016. Matt Gast, a soybean farmer from Valley City, was newly ap- pointed to serve a 3—year term on USB. Gast sat on NDSC from 2016 to 2019, including serving as sec- retary. Also newly appointed was soy- bean farrner Ryan Richard from Ho- race. Richard sat oh the North Dakota Soybean Growers Associa- tion board from 2011 to 2018, in— cluding serving as vice president. With the increase in North Dako- ta soybean production over the last several years, North Dakota now has four soybean farmer-leaders repre- sented on USB. Also representing North Dakota on the USB is Jay Myers, a soybean farmer fi'om Col- fax. Myers is currently completing his final 3-year term on USB. “We congratulate Darren on his re-appointment and Matt and Ryan on their new appointments to US ,” saysStephanie Sinner, executive, di- v rector: (if NDSC. “Allvthree bring ' many years of industry experience and leadership to the board and we know they will represent North Dakota and all US. soybean fann- ers exceptionally well. We respect and admire their dedication to en- care because you may find a rodent or even a cat that has gone for a ride on the top of your engine. Fall is also a good time to get your vehicle ready for winter. Make sure your battery is up to par. If you have had your vehicle services and the mechanic said the battery is weak, that means that it will start now when the weather is warm and not when the weather is below zero degrees. Better to replace it now than in a snow bank when it is be- low zero degrees and the north wind is howling. Have a Happy Thanksgiving! Editor 3‘ Note: Novak resides in Park River and has been in the au- tomotive industry for 40 plus years. fit We: $3 ‘55 hancing and strengthening our in- dustry on a state, national and in- ternational level.” The soybean checkoff is sup- ported entirely by soybean growers who contribute one-half of one per— cent of the market price of each bushel of soybeans sold. NDSC supports USB by submitting 50 percent of collected North Dakota soybean checkoff revenue to USB's national checkoff program. NDSC oversees the investment of the re- maining 50 percent of North Dako- ta’s soybean-checkoff dollars. USB’s 73 farmer-directors Work on behalf of all US. soybean fann- ers to achieve maximum value for their soy checkoff investments. These volunteers invest and lever- age checkofi fimds in programs and partnerships to drive soybean in- novation beyond the bushel and in- crease preference for US. soy. That preference is based on US. soybean meal and oil quality and the sus- tainability of US. soybean farmers. ; . i -' As’stipulat‘ed in the federal Soybean Promotion, Research and Information Act, the USDA Agri- cultrnal Marketing Service has over- sight responsibilities for USB and the soy checkofi‘. For more infor- mation on USB, visit www.united— soybean.org. ' Harstad, an NDSU Extension agent ’4?“ VOICES Su ortin Post #I47 steak fundraiser, which the Duane Kram - American Women’s FARGO, N.D. —— Women have an opportunity to learn how to be— come better business partners in their . farm or ranch operation during North Dakota State University Ex- tension’s Inspired by Annie’s Proj- ect: Women’s Marketing Seminar, which will be held Dec. 6 at NDSU’s Richard H. Barry Hall in Fargo. “This class is open to women across the state who want to learn more about agriculture-specific commodity marketing,” says Alicia in Stutsman County. “We will be discussing the basics of commodity marketing using live trade simulations during trade hours, plus analyzing the close of a trade day,” says Penny Nester, the NDSU Extension agent in Kidder County. “There will be plenty of time for Above: On Veteran's Day, Nov. 11, the Sons of American Legion Squadron members, Bill Galloway and Michael Helt, presented a check for $5,000 to the American Legion Post #147 to benefit the American Legion Coliseum. This fall, $2,500 was raised through a Squadron eleded to match. Pictured (L to R): Michael Helt Sons of American Legion Legion Post #147 Commander, Gary Greicar American Legion Post #147 House Board, Paul Daley Sec ond District Commander, Bill Galloway - Sons of American Legion Squadron #147. . , .fy Photo: Submitted Squadron #147, Dakota farm/ranch women.” Annie’s Project is a national pro- Dakota in 2006. Courses have ranch women in 33 states. Inspired (StutsmanlandKidder counties host- ‘ ed Annie’s Project classes in 2019. person. The seminar will be held from 9:30 am. to 2:30 pm. CST. The fee includes materials and lunch. The course size is limited to the first 25 registrants, so register soon. To register, contact Harstad at Photo: NDSU r ma. nasaldnaun'lungnA‘as‘md The cost for the course is $20 per ,. 701-252—9030 or alicia.harstad 7 2.75 percent for private nonprofit organizations, a maximum term of 30 years, and are available to small businesses and most private nonprofits without the financial ability to ofl‘set the adverse impact without hardship,”_ Garfield said. By law, SBA makes economic injury available when the US. Secre- tary of Agriculture designates an agricultural disaster. The Secretary de- clared these declarations on Nov. 7, 2019. Businesses primarily engaged in farming or ranching are not eligible for SBA disaster assistance. Agricultural enterprises should contact the Farm Services Agency about the US. Department of Agriculture assis- tance made available by the Secretary’s declaration. Applicants may apply online, receive additional disaster assistance in- formation and download applications at https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela. Applicants may also call SBA’s Customer Service Center at (800) 659— 2955 or email disasterCustomerservice@sba. gov for more information on SBA disaster assistance. Individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing may call (800) 877-8339. Completed applications should be mailed to US. Small Business Administration, Processing and Disbursement Center, 14925 Kingsport Road, Fort Worth, TX 76155. First Care Health Center Join Our Team! ‘. Nurses’ Aide position available at :IF-irst;13are Health Center in Park River, ND. . To apply, fill out the online job application at www.firstcarehc.cor‘n[employment-opportunities. ylf you have questions, contact Nina Hollingsworth at nina.holling§worth@1stcarehc.com or 701-284-4580. I EOE. a FirstaCare NEALTH CENTER First Care Health Center Join Our Team! Nursingpositions available at First Care Health Center in (Park River, ND. RN or LPN degree is required. To apply, fill out the online job application at www.firstcarehc.com[employment-opportunities. If you have questions, contact Nina Hollingswortti at nina.hollingsworth@1stcarehc.com or 701-284-4580. EOE. FirstaCare HEALTH CENTER questions, sharing, reacting and Above:NiciaHarstad,NDSUExtensbnagertiromStutsmanCoumy,speaks “It’s a relaxed, fim and dynamic way . : to learn, grow and meet other North :" gram that was introduced in North : reached more than 9,000 farm and t. by Annie’s Project programs build : on one of the five areas of risk man- agement covered in a local class. .: @ndsu.edu. For more information ‘1‘ connecting with presenters and fel- STATEWIDE — From Oct. 1 to Nov. 15, law enforcement agencies across North Dakota deployed extra patrols enforcing the law against underage drinking as part of the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over cam- pargn. A total of 148 citations were attributed to the added patrols, includ- ing 24 counts of minor in consumption, four counts of minor in pos- session, five driving under the influence (DUI) arrests, eight drug-re- Your community. Your paper. Your story. Contact Allison or Brook at the Walsh County Press 284-6333 or wcpress@polarcomm.com FARMLAND FOR SALE DUNDEE TOWNSHtP, WALSH COUNTY. ND THE ESTATE OF SHELBY LOFTSGARD offers for sate the foltowing-described property located in Dundee Township. Walsh County, North Dakota: The Northeast Quarter (NE/4) of Section Twenty-eight (28), Township One Hundred Fifty-eight (158), Range Fifty-five (55) (containing 111.48 tiliable acres and 33.74 CRP) Bid Procedure: Written bids wiii be received at the law office of STEVEN C. EKMAN, BREMER BANK BUlLDlNG, 910 HlLL AVENUE, PO BOX 70, GRAFTON, ND 58237 until 2:00 pm. on DECEMBER 10, 2019. Bids wilt be opened at that time and place. Ptease mark your envelope “BID FOR LOFTSGARD LAND”. Bids should be in the total amount and not per acre. Persons having submitted written bids will be aliowed to participate in orai 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 tater. For furtheriinforrnatieni, Contact; A Steven C. Ekman I Attorney at Law 910 Hill Ave, PO Box 70 Grafton ND 58237 (701) 352-0916 (Tetephone) (701) 352-1855 (Fax) low participants,” Harstad adds. to women participating in the Kidder County Annie's Project program. on Annie’s Project, http://www.anniesproject.org. lated citations, and 32 speed citations. visit 148§Citations Underage DrinkingEnforcement Deterring teens from alcohol and/or drugs is a critical message for 3., law enforcement to communicate. This additional enforcement is part of the Vision Zero strategy to eliminate motor vehicle fatalities and se- _; rious injuries on North Dakota roads. , Learn more about traffic safety initiatives at VisionZero.ND.gov or join the conversation on the Vision Zero ND Facebook or Twitter page. 1. 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