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Antler Car Show winners announced
















Pictured Above: Best Classic Car Trophy went to Herb and Jane Anseth of Mohall with their 1957 Chevy 150 Series.

There was a hot time in the old town of Antler on Saturday, September 6th. The weather was great for the 4th Annual Antler Car Show sponsored by the I Have No Idea Bar & Grill. This year’s show also featured a Vendor Blender at the Antler Community Center with a variety of merchandise for sale including delicious, old-fashioned root beer floats and many other goodies.
















Pictured Above: Best Muscle Car Trophy went to Brian Tofteland of Antler. His son, Chas, is shown in the photo with the 1969 Camaro.

The car show had 44 entries from Antler, Westhope, Sherwood, Mohall, Kenmare, Belcourt, Minot, Surrey, and Sawyer. The Northern neighbors were well represented by entries from Pierson and Melita, Manitoba and Carievale, Gainsborough, and Carlyle, Saskatchewan.

A wide variety of vehicles were on display for everyone to enjoy. Some of the more unique entries included a 1978 Puch scooter, a 1959 Simca Taxi, a 1997 Excalibur Cobra, a 1960 White 4400 semi-tractor, a 1967 Cougar, and a 1936 Case L tractor.















Pictured Above: $300.00 and People’s Choice Trophy went to Gary Kirk of Westhope with his 1957 Ford Fairlane 500.

There were several cash prizes and trophies awarded at this year’s show. The entry that received the most votes was awarded the People’s Choice Trophy and $300. That prize went to Gary Kirk of Westhope with his 1957 Ford Fairlane 500. The entry that traveled the farthest was awarded $200 and was a four way tie. The winners were all from Carlyle, Saskatchewan and included Kurt Nistor with his 1971 Challenger R.T., Terry and Norah Hengen with their 1967 Cougar, Joan Nistor with her 1969 Camaro, and Kim and Kelly Dew with their 1968 Chevy C10. There was a $100 prize for the entry that would be the least likely to let your daughter go to the prom in. That prize went to Mark Rasmusson of Minot with his 2006 Bourgets Dragon 330 Chopper. The trophy for best classic car went to Herb and Jane Anseth of Mohall with their 1957 Chevy 150. The trophy for best muscle car went to Brian Tofteland of Antler with his 1969 Camaro. The trophy for best pickup went to Kim and Kelly Dew of Carlyle, Saskatchewan with their 1968 Chevy C10.



















Pictured Above: Mark Rasmusson of Minot won $100 for the entry “Least likely for your daughter to go to the prom in” with his 2006 Bourgets Dragon 330 Chopper.

The evening was topped off with a crowd pleasing performance by Fuzz & The Guns at the I Have No Idea Bar & Grill.

Mohall Municipal Airport among the airports to receive U.S. Department of Transportation grant for improvements
Senator John Hoeven and Senator Heidi Heitkamp announced Thursday, September 11th that the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has awarded six grants totaling nearly $1.3 million to improve North Dakota airports. The DOT funds are made available through the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Airport Improvement Program (AIP), which supports the planning and development of public-use airports. The details of the grants are as follows:

• Mohall Municipal Airport – $464,522 for the construction of an additional 1,500 feet of taxiway to eliminate the need for aircraft to back-taxi on the runway.

• Lakota Municipal Airport – $256,968 to maintain the structural integrity of the runway, taxiway, and terminal apron and to update the Airport Master Plan and Airport Layout Plan.

• Beach Airport – $244,774 for the construction of a fuel facility to help the airport be financially self-sustaining.

• Glen Ullin Regional Airport – $189,000 to maintain the structural integrity of the runway, taxiway, and terminal apron and to replace the existing rotating beacon, tower, and electrical service to meet FAA standards.

• Bottineau Municipal Airport – $71,512 to maintain the structural integrity of the runway, taxiway, and terminal apron.

• Linton Municipal Airport – $44,960 for the design phase of a new taxiway to provide access to aircraft hangars and to maintain the structural integrity of the runway.

“For four years in a row, North Dakota has had the fastest growing economy in the nation,” said Hoeven. “That means we have an ever-increasing number of goods and people to move, and we need to have the infrastructure in place to meet this need. These funds are an investment in our ... (To read this interesting article and many more, see this week's edition of the Renville County Farmer.)

Clarence P. and Irene E. Olson 2014-2015 Educational Scholarship fund recipients have been named
The Clarence P. and Irene E. Olson Educational Scholarship Fund has awarded fifteen (15) scholarships to college students from North Central North Dakota. In High School and College, these students have excelled in the qualities that make them good citizens.

Recipients for the 2014 - 2015 academic year are as follows:
Bowbells: Kayla Peterson and Douglas Winzenburg.
Newburg: Ashley Miller and Ethan Miller.
Mohall: Micah Bender and Shania Brackenbury.
Sherwood: Kirsten Johnson.
Souris: McKayla Artz.
Bottineau: Heidi Artz.
Minot: Hannah Lewis and McKenzie Berg.
Maxbass: Gretchen Brendsel.
Westhope: Hunter Braaten.
Antler: Krystal Heth.
Glenburn: Michaela Christianson.

Don and Lisa Johnson to speak at Kenmare Nazarene Church on Friday, September 19th
Don and Lisa Johnson, Global missionaries for the Church of the Nazarene, will be at the Kenmare Nazarene Church on Friday, September 19th, 2014, at 7:00 p.m. They are currently serving on the Horn of Africa Field, living in Nairobi, Kenya. They previously served in Madagascar for 11 years.

The Johnson are graduates of Trevecca Nazarene University. They have two daughters, Lauren, who is currently attending Trevecca Nazarene University, and Amanda, who lives with her parents in Kenya.

Everyone is welcome to come and hear the Johnsons share their missionary experiences. Please contact Pastor Mark Roelofs, pastor of New Horizons Church of the Nazarene in Mohall, if you need a ride. He can be reached at 320-282-7752.




























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