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Page 6 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2017 CAVALIER, N.D. -- After re- viewing critical incidents in their respective jurisdictions in the last five years, including the response times from available resources, the Leadership from the Cavalier, Pembina and Walsh County Sher- iff's Offices decided to form the Northeastern Special Response Team in May of 2017. The purpose of the Special Re- sponse Team is not to replace the available resources including the Grand Forks Regional SWAT Team, but rather to provide for in- creased public safety and officer safety by giving the three counties the ability to respond to and con- tain critical incidents that require immediate action in a timely fash- ion, by sharing resources includ- ing man-power, equipment and ad- ditional training. After the initial formation meet- ing in May a competitive selection process for team members was held in June, including a strenuous physical fitness test, a challenging firearms proficiency test and a panel interview process including the leadership of each depart- ment. Once recruit members were tentatively selected from each agency the Team began training on a monthly basis for a minimum of 8 hours. So far Team Members have endured almost 100 hours of specialized training, including Photo: Submitted Above: The Nor east Region Special Response Team ceremony was held Oct 26 at the Pembina County Court- house in which the three Sheriffs cross depulized all the team members. Inset: Right shoulder patch ofthe team. graduating the North Dakota Spe- cial Operations Committee's 50 hour SWAT Basic school. Since its inception the Team has responded to several incidents in- volving armed suspects. All of which have been able to be solved without injuries to the public, first a liaison for joint training. responders or the suspects. On Oct. 26, the Team held a cer- Additional resources to the emony at the Pembina County Special Response Team include a Courthouse in which the three Tactical Medic from Valley Am- Sheriffs cross deputized all of the bulance Service as well as sever- Team Members, marking the al Border Patrol Agents that act as teams official activation day. BISMARCK, N.D. --Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring says "This is the fifth year of funding for these grants with 45 past recipi- $52,500 is available to help North Dakota communities and schools plant ents," he added. "We've seen these projects bring communities together orchards and gardens in 2018. and provide an example for others." Communities and schools are eligible to apply for grants of $500 to Application forms for the grants are available on the NDDA website $7,500. The grants are available on a competitive basis, at https://www.nd.gov/ndda /marketing-information-division/local- "A community orchard project can help foster community spirit, pro- foods/community-orchard-p/'oject. vide sei'vice hours to individuals in a community and can be used as an Grant applications must be received by Jan. 12, 2018. outdoor living classroom for education in local schools," Goehring said. Goehring said questions about the grant program should be directed to "Projects with a focus on education are especially needed. ' Jamie Good, local foods marketing specialist at (701) 328-2659 or Goehring said grant funds can be used for plants, trees, planting sup- jgood@nd.gov. .... " ..... plies, soil amendments, irrigation and fencing supplies, but not permanent The North Dakota COmmunity .0rchardl ,ojeeris part ofNDDA's structures, the purchase of land or capital expenditures. Gland funds are cal Foods Initiative, fundedthr0ugh the USDA Specialty Crop Block Grant for new projects and not the continuation of existing projects. Program. FARGO, N.D. -- Agricultural opportunity to.leam more about the a.m. State Seed Department update producers and others will be able to organization, ask questions and Topics during the business meet- - North Dakota State Seed Depart- learn more about the North Dako- meet others who are passionate ings include: ment representative ta Crop Improvement and Seed about agriculture in North Dakota." Financial report Small-grain variety update - Association (NDCISA), new vari- The district, date, location and County membership and NDSU Extension Service repre- eties, producing seed and seed laws time of the meetings are: checkoff update sentative at NDCISA district meetings Nov. Southwest, Nov. 29, Farm Dakota Select Seed update Foundation Seedstocks update 29-Dec. 4. Credit Services, Mandan, 1 p.m. District resolutions - NDSU Foundation Seedstocks di- "This is an exciting time for peo- Northwest, Nov. 30, North District elections rector pie in the Ntrth Dakota seed in- Central Research Extension Center, In addition to a business meet- The meetings are free and open dustry," says Toni Muffenbier, ND- Minot, 8:30 a.m. ing, program topics to be covered to the public. Door prizes will be CISA office manager. "Some Northeast, Dec. 1, Memorial during the meetings include: given away at each of the district farmers are unfamiliar with what Building - Armory, Devils Lake, Research fee update and im- meetings. For more information, roles the NDCISA plays in North 8:30 a.m. pact - North Dakota State Univer- contact Muffenbier at 701-231- Dakota's agriculture.Attending One Southeast, Dec. 4, Veterans sity Research Foundation execu- 8067 or email toni.muffenbier of these meetings is an excellent Memorial Auditorium, Casselton, 9 tive director @ndsu.edu. risk of PAD, you need to be test- lifestyle modifications including an balloon in the artery to restore ed by your doctor or a vascular improved diet, increased physical blood flow then removed), the specialist. He or she will probably activity and smoking cessation, insertion or a stent to reopen the ar- perform a quick and painless:an- If lifestyle changes aren't tery, or a graft bypass to reroute kle-brachial index test, which is enough, your doctor .may also blood around the blockage. done by measuring your blood prescribe medicine to prevent To learn more about PAD, vis- pressure in your ankle as well as blood clots, lower blood pressure it the National Heart, Lung and your arm and compare the two and cholesterol, and control pain Blood Institute at www.nhlbi.nih. numbers, and other symptoms. And for se- gov/health/educational/pad. With early detection, many cas- vere PAD, the treatment options es of PAD can be treated with are angioplasty (inflating a tiny Send your senior questions to: Savvy Sen- t Including Chocolate, Strawberry, Carmel & Raspberry Cheesecakes, Strawberry Greek Yogurt Parfait, Oreo Chocolate Mousse and and Strawberry Surprise. Nort Star Monday - Saturday:Cam - 8pm Sunday: 10am - 8pm Hot Stuff Pizza Large Pan Single Topping Pizzas $12 Subs, Sandwiches, Appetizers, Salads available ( rder Noon Specials Mon- Chinese Cuisine Tues - Tacos *Wed - Turkey *Thurs - Roast Beef IFri - Chicken Fried Steak * All ace served witla potatoes and veggies ahead (7o13 284-70o7 ior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or vis- it SavvySeniororg. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of "The Savvy Senior" book. GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Congratulations to the 2017 UND Student Nurse of the Year Abbie SondelandI Abbie is a third semester nurs- ing student originally from Edin- burg, N.D. Abbie says she keeps in mind her own experiences as a patient as she learns to be a nurse, and adds, "I am grateful for the guid- ance and leadership from UND faculty and the teamwork with classmates to promote a positive learning environment." Abbie hopes to work in intensive care or telemetry after she graduates next year. Abbie will represent lIND at the Nursing Students' Associa- tion of North Dakota (NDSAND) convention in Bismarck in Janu- ary, where she will compete from the state Student Nurse of the Year title. Good luck in January, Abbie! We're #UNDproud Photo: Submitted Abbie is a 2014 graduate of Val- ley-Edinburg High School and is the daughter of Peter and Julie Sondeland of Edinburg. DRAYTON, N.D.-- Drayton's town. 30th annual Old Fashioned Christ- Watch for details at www.Dray- mas event runs through the first tonND.com or find us on Face- full week of December, with dai- book. ly store specials and drawings, Old Fashioned Christmas is food, Wednesday's Tree of Lights hosted by Drayton Community program, and Saturday's Pictures Chamber of Commerce, 701-454- with Santa, sleigh rides, and FISH or chamber@draytonND Christmas at the Movies, down- .com. First Care Health Center's December Schedule Dr. Mirza Baig, Gastroenterologist .......................... December 13, 27 (Colonoscopy, Endoscopy, Hepatic Consults) Dr. Ronald Brockman, Ophthalmologist ........................ December 1 Dr. Jason Go, Cardiologist ............ ................................ December 21 Dr. Inder Khokha, Surgeon ....................................... Every Thursday Dr. Kevin Panico, Oncotogist ....................................... December 11 Dr. Antil Potti, Oncologist .............................................. December 14 Audiocare AM - Brenda Haugen .................................. December 28 Wakefield Hearing Center ............................. i ............. December 19 Richard WaRef!eJ i i3( H i Mammograms, Digital ............................................... December 7, 21 Foot Care Clinic 9AM - 2PM ......................................... December 20 Nuclear Medicine. ............ " ............................................... December 4 Dietitian--Christina Bata, LRD ................................. Every Thursday Physical Therapy ........................................... Every Monday---Friday Kassandra Kertz, PT; Robin Tracy, PT, ATC, CSCS; Corissa Kruse, PT; Allie Beneda, PTA Social Workers ............................................... Every Monday--Friday Tina Sitzer, MSW, LSW; Emily Koenig, MSW, LCSW Shelle Berg, RN, Outpatient Care Coordinator & Clinical Health Coach ............................................ Every Monday--Friday Mental Health Therapists-- Stephen Grey ........................................................................... Thursdays Marc Dutch ................................................................................... Fridays C T Scans available daily MRIs--every Wednesday Ultrasounds-- Monday--Friday DEXA Scans- Bone Density Measurement--Wed. & Friday (Must have a health provider order) Telemedicine visits with Altru & Sanford providers available by appointment--For more info, call Lori Seim, RN at 284-4566 Call 284-7555 for an appointment First Care Health Center Park River, ND wv v.firstcarehc.com TRACK & 4WD TRACTORS 2009 NH 88C flex draper, 40' PLANTER 1989 Caterpillar Challenger 65, CAH 2005 MacDon 974 flex draper, 36' JD 7200 MaxEmerge I1, 16x30". 2 pt. 2011 NH 1"9.505, luxury cab, powershift OTHER HEADS VERTICAL TILLAGE 2013 NH T9.450, luxury cab, AM/FM 1987 Caso-IH 1015 pickup head, 15' Great Plains Turbo-Till 4000TT, 40 MFWD & 2WO TRACTORS 1985 Caso-IH 1010 rigid head, 30' Great Plains Turbo-Max 4000, 40' 20ti NH 1"8.390, MFWD, luxury cab 1985 Case:Ill 810 rigid head, 24' OTHER TILLAGE EQUIPMENT 20t2 NH T8.330, MFWD, luxury cab SELF-PROPELLED WINDROWER JD 714 mulch tiller, 20', 17 shank IHC McCormick Farmall ATX 5010, WF 2014 NH Speedrower 130, diesel Summers Supercoulter, 50' COMBINE AIR DRILLS & DRILLS Krause 0300 tandem disc, 34" 2008 NH CR9070, Terrain Tracer 2012 NH P2070 air seeder, 60' " Ezee-On 4600 heavy duty disc, 36-1/2' NEW DURASwATH HEADS 2012 NH 2980 drill, 60' w/P1060 tank Bourgault 7200 heavy duty harrow, 84' NH DuraSwath 440HB head, 40' 2009 Horsch Anderson PS4015 air Summers Superweeder, 50' , NH DuraSwath 436HB head, 36' drill, 40' P~E_I]$ DRAPER & FLEX DNAPER HEADS 2005 Case-IH ATX 5010 air hoe drill, 50' 2008 Miller Condor A75, diesel. 2WD 1995 Concord 5710 air seeder, 57' H&S Hy-Trux, 90' boom, 750 gal. tank 2010 NH 94C draper, 36' Flexi-Coi15000 air hoe drill, 51' 2010 Hardi CM6600, 132', 1,800 gal. tank 2009 NH 94C draper, 40' JD 1060 air disc drill, 38', 7" spacing 2009 Hardi 6500 Commander Twin Lexion MaxFIo 1200 draper, 40' Case-IH 8600 air disc drill, 30' Force air or conventional, 90' 2006 Honey Bee SP36 draper, 36' Great Plains press drills, 45' Hardi HC950, 90', 950 gal. tank Honey Bee SP30 draper, 30' PARK RIVER IMPLEMENT / Office, 70t.284.6316 Charlie, 701.331.9717 / Dave Krostue at Steffes Group, 218.77&6865 Steffes Group, Inc., 2000 Moin Avenue East, Wesf Forgo, ND 701.237.9173 I SteffesGroup.com Scott Steffes ND81 2003 NH pull-type, 80' wing back boom HAY EQUIPMENT 2009 NH DR7090 round baler 1999 Vermeer 605L round baler Hesston 1014 mower conditioner, 14' 1998 JD 1600A pull-type conditioner, 16' Rowse D-9 sickle mower, 18' GRAIN HANDLING EQUIPMENT Brandt 7500HP grain vac Rem 2500 grain vac, HD, 1000 PTO 20t5 Brandt 1545TD low profile conveyor, 45'xl 5" belt Buhler Farm King 1370 auger, 70'x13" Westfield MK100-71 auger, 71'x10 Farm King auger, 70'x10" SKID STEER LOADER OTHER EQUIPMENT TIRES & PARTS