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August 1 6, 2021 The Star Page 7 From left to right are McKayla'Yentz, Nonnie Charbonneau PA-C and Hannah Crownover Rolla hospital sponsors Marquette Universit students During the past five years, Nonnie Charbonneau, PA—C of Presentation Medical Center, has been sponsoring Marquette Universities Preceptorship Program, where medical students work with a licensed provider to gain personal instruction and training. Nonnie’s most recent students, McKayla Yentz and Hannah Crownover, are finishing up with their preceptorship shortly and have enjoyed their training to the fullest during their 5—week stay. “It has been great getting to work with a variety of different techniques and specialists while getting that hin43:9£1_?¥3191937’ said .Mchayla' “we are livery grateful that all of the staff have'been so willing to help us, while also giving us the freedom to try new things and work hands-on. The patients of the community have also been very accepting of us as stu— dents,” said Hannah. With the hands- on experience that Marquette students receive during their training with ‘ PMC,‘ they are able to get “Wear? v? been ST gifiing usrthe work hands-on: through about 75% of the required practices that they are to complete during their first year in the PA pro- gram . . _,McK,ayla and Hannah are not the only ones who gain from the precep— torship though. This program has in- spired Nonnie and has given her just as many experiences as the students. “This program really reinforces what we do as healthcare providers, and we learn from our students as well,” says Nonnie. Thanks to Nonnie’s dedication to the Marquette Preceptorship, many students have been able to gain valu- able experiences of working in the healthcare setting and preparing them for their future. Presentation Medical Center was blessed to have McKayla and Hannah with us during their training. . They have provided excellent care to our. patients and helped promote PMC’s values of joyfully providing wholistic care and healing with in— tegrity and compassion to all we serve, and PMC staff wishes them the best of luck in their future en— deavors. ' ' State'university offering new degrees The UND School of Law and School of Medicine & Health Sci— ences (SMHS) are proud to announce their new dual Juris Doctorate (J .D.) and Master of Public Health (M.P.H .) degree. The joint program provides future attorneys with a specialized, acceler- . ated health policy track allowing them not only to specialize in public health law, but obtain an M.P.H. de— gree simultaneous to the J .D. While not a new concept, the dual degree is the only one of its kind in North and South Dakota and the only such program between the states of Washington and Minnesota. “For students interested in public health law, this is an ideal dual de- gree,” said Don Warne, M.D., M.P.H., director of the SMHS Mas- ter of Public Health program and its new doctoral program in Indigenous Health. “These graduates will have skillsets in health law, health policy, and public health.” At nearly ten years old, UND’s public health program has already graduated dozens of public health professionals working across the na— tion in population health research, epidemiology, health systems and policy, and Indigenous health. The program announced the world’s first doctoral program in Indigenous Health in 2020. The new dual degree with the School of Law will expand the program’s productivity, opening up the study of public health to more professionals. “The School of Law is very ex- cited about this new joint degree partnership With the UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences,” added Michael McGinniss, J.D., dean of the UND School of Law. “By sharing (faculty expertise and curric- ular resources, we will provide our law students with a strong foundation of knowledge and skills for profes- sional success in the growing field of public health. They will graduate very well-positioned to serve both public and private health institutions in meeting their legal needs and obli— gations." Graduation requirements for com- pleting the degrees are the same for other dual degrees at the Law School, which “houses” the program, added McGinniss. The School of Law will accept up to nine credits of courses taken as part of the M.P.H. program towards completion of the J .D. FARM REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Farm real estate described as follows: PARCEL ONE (Towner County, North Dakota): - Township 163 North, Range 67 West Section 2: Lots 1 & 2 and S1l2NE1/4 - ToWnship 164 North, Range 67 West Section 35: SW1I4 The properties will be sold together as ONE PARCEL, and bids shall be for the total dollar amount for the parceland not per acre. .Bids should be filed at GIBBENS LAW OFFICE, Cando, North Dakota, no later than Friday, September 3rd at 10:00 am. At that time, the bids will be opened and the ten (10) highest .bidders will be notified that they will have the opportunity of raising their bids- orally on Wednesday, September 8th at 9:00 am. The high bidder or bidders of each parcel at the con- clusion of the sale will be notified within one business day of the sale if his bid is accepted or rejected. If the high bid is accepted, the buyer will deposit fifteen per- cent (15%) of the sales price with Gibbens Law Office Client Trust Account and will have sixty (60) days to make full payment of the purchase price. Failure to make full payment of the purchase price forthe'land within sixty (60) days will constitute a forfeiture of buyer's deposit of fifteen percent (15%) of sales price as liquidated damages. Sellers will furnish up-to-date abstracts of title, War- ranty Deed, and guarantee of marketable title. All real estate taxes for the calendar year 2021 and prior years will be paid by Sellers. 'Sellers reserve the right to reject any and all bids. For further information and to receivea bid packet, please contact: . . GIBBENS LAW OFFICE, Cando, North Dakota, Attorney for the Sellers. Phone number: 701-968-3342; e-mail: nathan@gibbenslaw.com (www.gibbenstitle.com); Grain dealers offering several scholarships at North Dakota colleges and universities The North Dakota Grain Dealers Educational Foundation expects to award up to eight $1,000 scholar- ships this year to students enrolled in the following schools, curriculums and specializations: BISMARCK State College: Agriculture Industry & Technol- ogy (Agronomy) . Farm & Ranch Management (Agribusiness) Agriculture Transfer BOTTINEAU — Dakota College at Bottineau: Agriculture Management & Tech- nology ‘ Agriculture Transfer DEVILS LAKE — Lake Region State College Precision Agriculture DICKINSON State University: Agricultural Studies mess/Marketing, International Agri- . Business, Soil Science, Agricultural Communication Agriculture Sales and Service — Agriculture Business Management or Technology in Agriculture Agriculture Transfer FARGO. — NDSU College of Agriculture, Food Systems and Nat— ural Resources ‘ ' in Loch. 5mm tocAL. ENJOY Ir You to sun! Inertial». SUPPORT THE LOCAL BUSINESSES , - Agribusiness, Agricultural Com- munication, Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Education, Agricultural & . Biosystems Engineering, Agricul- tural Systems Management, Biotech- nology, Crop & Weed Sciences, Economics, Food Science, General Agricul— ture, Horticulture, Microbiology, Pre- cision Agriculture, Soil Science MAYVILLE State University Agribusiness BS ' VALLEY CITY State University Business Administration — Agribusiness Concentration WAHPETON North Dakota State College of Science: Agriculture Business Manage-j ment sion Agriculture Transfer Agriculture Education & Exten-l The Foundation was incorporated"; in 1981 by the North Dakota Grain? Dealers Association. Over $255 ,000; in scholarships and grants have been? awarded by the Foundation. Major: emphasis is on the students interested. in careers in the grain marketing in-E dustry. Scholarship application deadline, is September 30, 2021. For Scholar-. ship Applications www.mdgdaorg and click on Educa- tional Foundation under Services or Busi— , Ag Business Agronomy Precision Agriculture Agriculture Transfer WILLISTON State College: fice at 2417 N University D12, Suite 235-4184 or emailing oscheel@ndgda.org ‘ UPCOMING CANNING WORKSHOPS ’ FRIDAYS—1:00— 5:00PM ,AUG 20TH—PICKLED BEETS :AUG 27TH-PICKLES Watch for impromptu canning sessions based on excess harvest FaceBook Page "Trading Post” STARTING BUSINESS WORKSHOPS WEDNESDAYS 5:00 — 7:00 PM SE PT 8TH AUG 25TH SEPT 22ND HOSTED BY: TM ENTREPRENEURIAL CENTER HEALTHY FOODS HEALTHY FAMILIES PROJECT TMCC ANISHINABE CAMPUS FOR MORE INFO OR TO REGISTER CALL 477-3101 OR 278-2262 go to ‘ request by writing the Foundation of— : A, Fargo, ND 58102, calling 701-: Tuesday Wednesday T scattered 'l -storms Scattered 'l‘-storms High:8tlLow:55 High:69Low:50 Highz67Lowz49 llighz66Lon-t47 High270Lowz52 High:72Low:53 High:74Low:56 Regional Temperatures wt 4/ hursday Friday Saturday Stinday Monday Few Showers Scattered l -storms Sunny Mostly Cloudy Sunny ln-Depth Local Forecast North Dakota South Dakota Today we will see mostly cloudy skies with a ‘ Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Wednesday 50% chance of showers and thunderstorms. high ;_ Iii/Lo 3X35 Iii/Lo fly Hi/Lo 31/5 Hi/Lo M temperature of 80‘“. humidity of 66% Southeast g Bismarck... .. 90/63 I 77/55 I Aberdeen. . . .. ()l/66 pc 84/56 I wind 8 to 13 mph, The record high temperature Bottineau. . . .. 83/56 I . 71/50 I Rapid City. . .. 96/62 s- 79/55 I for today is 96“ set in I970. Expect mostly I Devils Lake .. 86/64 I 74/54 I Sioux Falls 86/68 pc 85/62 t cloudy skies tonight with a 55% chance of Dickinson .. . . 87/54 t 73/48 I showers and thunderstorms. overnight low of 55“‘. yr Fargo . . . . . . .. 89/68 pc 82/58 I Montana Northeast wind 8 to l3 mph. The record low for ' Grand Forks .. 89/64 1 78/54 I Billings ---- 84/55 I 73/51 sh tonight is 35° set in 1968. ' Jamestown 89/65 1 78/55 t ' . . Minot ...... .. 87/56 t 74/50 .t anewtjd . Local UV, Index Duluth . . . . . .. 83/66 s 82/65 1 Rugby . . . . . 85/57 t 73/50 t Minneapolis 8V7] DC 87/69 1 Williston 85/54 1 72/49 1 Weather (Wx): cl/eioudy: il/llurrics: Mam“)sz Cilnada % pc/tmyj‘lt—vmhc/mostly cloudy; r/rainl; Brandon t 32/18 3‘ 32/19 Cl rs/rain snow: s/sunny: sh/shtm‘ers: sit/snow: Killamey t : 32/19 5 32/“ 5 ss/snow showers; tlthnndersturms Winnipeg . . . . . 32/2l .s’ 32/“) me UV Index Sun and Moon 0—2: Low. 3-5: Moderate. 67: High. 8-l0: Very High. :1 DEX Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset . “fibxmmc Expmurc Tuesday 6:34 am. 824‘) pm. 5:43 pm. l2152 tun. Full Wednesday 6:35 am. ' 8:47 pm 6:50 pm. 1:39 am. New Weather Trivia ‘ 8/22 'l‘hursday 6:37- am. 8:45 pm. 7:44 p.111. 3:39 am. ‘)/6 . ’_ Friday 6:38 a.m. 8:43 pm. 8:25 p.111. 3:5l a.m. \ Where it the hottest plum in fire 6) ' @ Saturday 6:40am. 8:41 pm. 8:56 pm. 5:09 tun. @ urrrrmp/IWF? . Sunday 6:4] am. 8:39 pm. 9:31 pm. 6:27 am. Lust Monday 6:42 11.111. 8:38 pm. 9240 pm. 7:44 am. 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