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December 5, 2012

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PAGE 12 THE PRESS DECEMBER 5, 2012 t" festive when Santa takes over... i: Photos: Larry Biri Top Left: Horse drawn sleighs had the right of way in Park River during Park River's Super Santa Saturday. Bottom Left: Logan Landsem becomes a red nosed reindeer as Emily Laaveg performs her face painting magic. All this under the watchful eye of Carrie Landsem. Bot- tom Center: Crafty Couple. Gloria and Jim Rhoads of G & J Crafts work on their trade right in front of the customers at the Holiday Mall at the Park River City Hall during Super Santa Saturday. Gloria is making scrubies and Jim is working on hat and coat racks. Top Right: Some had a list for Santa such as Morgan Dvorak. Morgan wanted a Ukulele and a Family Feud game. Middle Right: Some were a little nervous but happy like Keira Asleson to be sitting with Santa. Bottom Right: And some were to young to really care such as 10 week old Xander Swenson. Everyone who attented the annual holiday event also had the chance to register to win Park River Bucks, which can be used anywhere in ParkRiver. The following kids won $25 in Park River Bucks: Isabelle Irvine, Lauren Solseng, Milo Irvine, Jonah Zikmund. The following adults took home $250 prizes Leanna Dinicola and Margaret Borgenson. / / / Please loin Us for our Holiday Open Houses l)ecember 1() th- Edinburg branch tlz-St te Bank: I,ANI'CIN " I CI)INIIlJRCI " El)MORE " tlAII.K IIlVER i, I I Take a look lit :,L: Cable TV programmers run the per channel, place requirements on channel their programming, and have virtually requirements...and they are continuall, 0 pricing. Currently 67  of Polar's Cable TV rate is made u [ q 0 Sports channels account for about 30 Yo of our programming s. One of the top rated sports channels charges the highest per-household fee of any cable channel. They are / passing on the costs of the large sums they must y to the sporting leagues, who in turn salaries. All the while tackling the \\; Nobody's worth 1