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WILLISTON HERALD & PLAINS REPORTER OCTOBER 2013

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Prevention Week

Thank you, Firemen! Williston Fire Department Week Events Monday, Oct 7 Williston School Visitations Tuesday, Oct, 8 Williston 5th Graders Visit Fire Hall Rural School Visitations 6-8 p.m. Smoke FIlled Room for All Ages All Elementary Students (All Elementary students must be accompanied by an adult) Wednesday, Oct 9 All Day until 4:00 p.m. Open House 4:30 p.m. Fire Parade

5437 137th Ave NW Williston, ND 701-577-1600


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Simple steps for candle safety Candles are one of the easiest and most effective ways to add aroma and ambiance to a home. While many people would like to use scented candles in their homes, they may be weary of the fire risk. However, candlerelated fires appear to be on the decline. Scented candles are just one component of the larger science of aromatherapy, which is an alternative treatment that uses scents to alleviate physical and psychological disorders. Nurses and doctors at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston actually offer classes in aromatherapy to deal with cancer and other ailments. Certain scents can make a person feel more alert, while others may reduce stress and relax a person. It is estimated that candles are used in seven out of 10 American households and that people spend around $2 billion annually on candles, according to the National Candle Association. Candles can be used for aromatherapy or to make a room feel more cozy. People who are anticipating a weather event that may knock out electrical power also rely on candles as an alternative light source. Although using candles can lead to fires, the NCA reports

that candle-related fires have dropped to their lowest level in roughly 10 years. Data shows candle fires dropped by nearly 50 percent between 2001 and 2010. That’s thanks in part to the industry’s safety standards and consumer education efforts. According to a Home Candles Fires report issued by the National Fire Protection Association, there were approximately 9,600 accidental candle fires in 2010, the latest year for which figures are available, compared to a peak of 18,900 in 2001. The statistics are based on data reported by the federal government’s National Fire Incidence Reporting System and NFPA’s survey of fire departments. “We are extremely pleased that candle fires are continuing to drop,” said NCA executive vice president Carol Freysinger. “We believe there’s no question that the industry’s safety standards and educational campaign have been pivotal in reducing candle fires.” While candle fires tend to peak during the holiday season, when candles are an integral part of holiday decorating, candles are widely burned throughout the year, including during outdoor gatherings in the summertime. To reduce the

risk of fire when using candles, consider these guidelines from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. • Trim the wick to 1/4 inch each time before burning. Long wicks can cause uneven burning, dripping or flaring. • Use a candleholder specifically designed for candle use. It should be sturdy and heatresistant. • Avoid drafts, vents or air currents that can cause rapid or uneven burning and excessive dripping. • Never leave a burning candle unattended. • Do not burn candles by or on anything that might catch fire. • Keep candles out of the reach of children and pets. • Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations on burn time and proper use. • Don’t touch or move a burning candle or when wax is liquefied. • Discontinue burning a candle when 2 inches of wax remains. • Always keep a candle within sight. • Extinguish all candles before bed or if you feel sleepy. The largest number of candle fires occur in the bedroom. When used safely, candles make a welcome addition to a home.

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EMT of the Year! TATE CYMBALUK Fire/Ambulance/Police Commissioner

ALAN HANSON Fire Chief

RICHARD SHEARER PT Paramedic

CINDY GARDNER EMT

SHARI BUSCH Captain/Engineer/ Paramedic

Dave Donner EMT

14 West 4th St. Williston, ND 572-2165 www.willistonherald.com R.J. BENTH

PT Paramedic/Rural Fireman

ANDREW SAILER Paramedic/Engineer/ Rural Fireman

ERICA MYERS FT Engineer/ EMT-I

JOSH BUTLER Rural Engineer/ Paramedic

STEVE KERZMANN Engineer Paramedic

Matt Gardner Paramedic/Engineer

Honorary Fireman

2516 2nd Ave. W. • Williston • 774-1151

Brandt Blikre TRACY KERZMANN EMT-B

TANA HINRICKSEN Paramedic-B

JEANNE SAGASER-RASSIER EMT-B

JEREMY KNAPKEWICZ Volunteer Fireman

Fire Safety Saves Lives! Not pictured: Darin Luther, Garvin Semenko, Mark Benway, Vicki Kreiger, EMS Provider of the Year Dave Donner Clay Kautzer Darin Johnson Cameron Bradley David Gordon Bradley Scherer Mark Anderson Cody Bakken Aden Clark Bill Howard


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Rural Firefighter of the Year

Jason Mathers

Jeff Clarke

Cory Hanson

Williston Rural Volunteer Fire Department

701-774-3250 Toll Free 1-877-774-3250 1525 9th Ave. NW

701-572-4242 Toll Free 1-877-572-4242 Hwy. 2 & 85 N. Williston

Cory Everson

Williams County Rural Fire Department

Williston Volunteer Fire Department

Completion/Production Packers Liner Hanger Systems Inflatable Packers P.O. Box 1267 • Williston, ND 58802 701-572-5720

JEFF CLARKE

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Your locally owned & operated soft drink specialist

Controller jeff@northern-states.com

921 E. Broadway • 572-6746

Mat Ekblad

Kelly Moody

Williston Volunteer Fire Department Customer Ser vice is Our #1 Priority

Williston Volunteer Fire Department

319 Main , Williston, ND 572-2051 or Toll Free 800-201-2051 www.ritterbrothers.com

Darwin Stevens City Deputy Chief

701-572-5493 Toll Free 800-820-5493 13896 W. Front St. Williston, ND 58801

Located in the Former Porter Bros. Location West Of Williston

Steve Smiard

Josh Mossbrucker

City Volunteer Fireman

Williston Fire Department

Williston,  ND   1-­‐877-­‐839-­‐9417    

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5437 137th Ave NW Williston, ND 701-577-1600

Williston, ND                 1-877-839-9417 www.secure-energy.ca

 


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Mike Conlin Williston Volunteer Fire Department

Tyler Carlstad Carlstad Tyler

Williston Volunteer Fire Department

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Steve Smiard Chris Barrett

Miles Mortenson

Williston Fire Department

Williston Rural Volunteer Fire Department

Bill LaCrosse, RPL

EARL’S ELECTRIC, INC.

For All Your Oilfield, Residential & Commercial Needs Office: 572-2772 • Master Lic. #1552 & 1980 ROB HAUGENOE EARL HAUGENOE Cell: 701-570-4035 Master License #1980

Cell: 701-570-4033 Master License #1552

City Firefighter of the Year

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Bill@EmpireOil.net P.O. Box 1835 Williston, ND 58802 1-800-774-2845 • 701-774-2845 • Fax 701-774-3537

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Dwight Richter

City Volunteer Williston Rural VolunteerFireman Fire Department

(701) 774-8989 Williston, ND

City Volunteer Fireman

OCTOBER 2013

Dwight A. Richter Insurance Agency, Inc. www.dwightrichter.com 1601 9th Ave. NW • Williston, ND Bus. (701) 572-1509

Darwin Stevens James Deputy Dixon Chief

CityVolunteer VolunteerFire Fireman Williston Department PT Engineer/EMT • Bulk and Bagged Transportation • Calcium Chloride Water and Calcium Chloride Pellets • Calcium Bromide Water• Bulk and Bagged Salt 1202 E. Broadway • Bagged Flyash • Liquid Storage Rental Available Williston, ND 58801 • Warehousing for Nov Fluid Controls, Newpark Drilling Fluids, 572-7857 or AES, Weatherford Chemicals, Mud Masters, Sun Drilling Fluids and Baker Hughes 1-800-735-4934

City Firefighter of the Year

Blaine Jeanotte

Brenden Stevens

Williston Volunteer Fire Department

City Fire Department

JOE'S CASING & DRILLING

A Division of Oilfield Services, LLC Williston, ND 58802 (701) 572-6487 701-572-6487

Williston, ND

MOOSE LODGE #239 101 West 2nd Street Williston, ND 572-2342

Bill Lynn

Williston Volunteer Fire Department

Residential • Commercial

The Area’s Most Complete Glass Dealer 572-2188 or 1-800-835-4481 1204 2nd Ave. W. • Williston


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We Salute Our Ar RAY FIRE DEPARTMENT

Back Row: Steve Weyrauch (Supply Scene Sgt), Kory Olson, Bruce Ware, Randy Olson (Inspector), Ryan Olson (Chief), Ken Munson Captain, Wes Thompson, David Bergstrom, Jordon Viall. Front Row: John Halseth, Glen Severson, Gary Donnelly, Mike Weyrauch, Kyle Weyrauch (Asst Chief), Joe Aasen, Stuart Dolan, Larry Viall, Darrell Watterson. Not Pictured: Alan Bergstrom (Captain), Jordan Perdue (Lt), Monte Viall, Gene Christianson (Sec/Tres), Daryn Edwards, Tyler Hauge, Mike Stevens, Corey Larson, Troy Donnelly, Bill Suhr.

EPPING FIRE

ALEXANDER FIRE DEPARTMENT

Front row Left to right: Nick Heggen, Don Anderson, Bob Johnson, Doug Fixen, Wade Aasen, Glenn Blake, Joe Mrachek, Jeremy Mracheck, Rob Workman. Back row Left to right: Larry Novak, Walt Link, Will Aasen, Jim Jacobsen, Bob Olson, Gordy Sanders, Joe Weber, Dave Schmidt, Ed Rettig. Not pictured: Nels Heggen, Lance Powell, Todd Jacobson, Jim Fixen, Kurt Fixen, Roland Meidinger, Carroll Gustafson, Jeff Morton, Tim Abelmann, Shawn Dwyer, Dusty Bratsberg. Ed Rettig - Fire Chief, Joe Mrachek - Asst. Chief.

From left: Rod Oberg, Donnie Amundson, H Not pictured: Dave Berg, Jay Bingeman, Gr Tom Brevik, Steve Gutknecht, Brian & Shel Keith Johnson, Rodney Johnson, Dennis Jo Sheldon, Rick Sigvaldsen, Bruce Turcotte, Le Brunelle, Cody Brunelle, Mike Brunelle, Scot Herring, Reuben Hillstad, John Hovde, Perr Scanlan, Steve Sinness,

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Front, from left: Mitch Haugeberg, Shane Homiston, Cory Johnson, Larry Kummer, Brian Wright, Duane Wold, Sec./Treas., Paul Deutsch, Dennis Anderson, Jim Johnsrud. Back, from left: Gene Heck, Howdy Lawlar, Rick Jore, John Hellandsaas, Nathan Dekker, Warren Jarland, Rocky Prestangen, Ryan Johnsrud, Steve Sanford, Asst. Chief, Mike Durham, Philip Riely, Pat Fitzgerald, Dave Uhlich, Justin Voll. Not pictured are Ben Weltikol, Chief, Brent Schwan, and Oscar Knudtson.

ARNEGARD FIRE DEPARTMENT

Front row: Jerome Lervick, Keven Leiseth, Harold Larson, Chief. Middle row: Jim Larson, Assistant Chief; Alan Bruins, Herb Murie, Mark Sovig, Mike Redding, Cecil Johnson. Third row: Neil Nelson, Shane Johnson, David Drovdal, Lynn Hovde, Wayne Johnson, John Fulwider, Orvis Evenson. Not pictured: Lyle Leiseth, Milt Hanson, Charles Mosby, Kirk Olson, Phillip Moen, Layton Northrop, C.J. Jones, Ric Thompson, Cameron Arnegard, Russel Schmidt.

WILDROSE FIRE DEPARTMENT

Alexander McKenzie Electric Co-op Arnegard McKenzie Electric Co-op Grenora Mountrail-Williams Electric Co-op Farmers Union Oil of Grenora Powers Lake Tri-Our Furniture & Flooring Powers Lake Elevator

Front row left ro right: Lyle Sevre Chief, Bruce Rosten, Dennis Jacobson, Eldo Jacobson, Assistant Chief, Greg Knopp, Roger Skarphol, Marlyn Vatne, Doug Cvancara. Back row left to right: Don Burtman, John Walters, Don Schilke, Ray Nygaard, Richard Skor, Randy Walters, Errol Evanson, Wally Schilke. Not pictured: Paul Burtman, Jay Fortier, Robin Olson, Lew Holland, Darcy Hanson, Keith Rossmiller, Jerome Petersen, Lance Glasoe, Gerry Gillund, Wayne Vatne, Brad O’Brien.

Watfor McKenzi S&S Mot Farmers Watfo Ray Mountra Co-op Ray Farm Elevato Viterra Western Credit Ray Mal

TRENTON FIRE

Back row: Jerry Vondall, Bobby V Middle Row: Brenda Slater, Terrie Slate Front Row: Serena Von Not Pictured: Eddie Falcon, Brandon Hoffman


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Heather Feiring, Jim Thoreson, Chad Feiring. reg Bjella, Layne Westphal, Lane Thompson, lli Hayes, Jeff & Carol Hollis, Brian Johnson, ohnsrud, Dustin Johnsrud, Craig Moen, John eon Vandeburg, Jeff Bares, Leroy Bares, Mark tt Franklin, Gene Grasser, Mike Hallesy, Mike ry Jundt, Jim Kratovil, David Peterson, Shay , Dave Slais, Nick Voller.

Kelly Otteson, Merlyn Esterby, Elaine Esterby, Brandon Otteson, Kendrich Krabseth, Bruce Krabseth

Donovan Haugland, Craig Renner, LaAnn Renner, Lincoln Finnesgard

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Tioga Mountrail-Williams Electric Co-op Tioga Machine Papineau Insurance NAPA Sportsman’s Cafe

POWERS LAKE FIRE DEPARTMENT Powers Lake Fire Department members include Chief Arlo Griesbach, Asst. Chief Gary Ramsdell, Sec. Treas. Scott Carlson, Truck Captain Leslie Jensen, John Kulstad, John Grant, Rick Carlson, Kevin Marden, Doug Hysjulien, Jake Douts, Dennis Dosch, Gary Paul, Zeke Isakson, Randy Streifel, Merlyn Sem, Todd Jorgenson, Alan Clark, Dave Haugen, Brad Torkelson, Larry Ledene, David Rystedt, Jon Breding, Daniel Douts.

Wildrose Farmers Union Oil of Wildrose

Vondall, Klint Nielson, Mike Casler er, Leana Nielson, Evangeline McCowan ndall, Angela McCowan n, Rico McCowan, Jay Brown, Tennille Brown

TIOGA FIRE DEPARTMENT

GRENORA FIRE DEPARTMENT

Pictured L to R: Top: Amber Usher, Kari Pittenger Middle Row: Don Carr, Paul Pederson, Nicole Berg, Alvin Schenstad, Tom Enander (2nd Assistant Chief), Carlyle Norby, Duane Ibsen, Loren Sorenson (Assistant Chief), Dave Pittenger, Ben Eaton (Chief), Scott Kueffler Kneeling: Mike Berg (Secretary/Treasurer), Daerik Pittenger, Carlos Silva Not pictured: Ryan Bjerkhoel, Randy Carr, Joe Eberle

Kneeling: Randall Pederson, Eugene Knutson, Tom Larson, Brian Lovdahl, Kirk Odegaard, Joel Moberg, Monica Sundhagen. Standing: Jason Rehak, Ryan Bugbee, Daniel McGinnity, Harold Magnuson, Shelly Gleave, Ron Lund, Myles Rosencrans, Kelly Hickel, Nathan Germundson, Jack Seibel, Mike Holm, Jeff Moberg. Not pictured: Gaylen Anderson, Herman Backhaus, Kent Bickler, Steve Bratlien, David Davidson, Adam Fedler, Wayne Grindy, Duran Hawkinson, Steve Jensen, Cody Knudson, Joel Landsverk, Julie Longie, James McGinnity, Kari McGinnity, Brodie Odegaard, Craig Odegaard, Jayme Odegaard, Bob Odegaard, Lee Olson, Neil Rudnik, Gary Spooner, Scott Sundhagen, Tim Sundhagen, Dales Weathersby, Jeremy Wallin, Shayne Wilburn.


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Williston, ND 701-774-0957 www.frontierequipment.net

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Jerry & Sjon would like to extend their thanks to our local volunteers.

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Brandon Hoffman

Andrew Sylte

City Fire Department

Rural Fire Department

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Scott Tanner Williston Fire Department 1st Assistant Chief PT Engineer/EMT

Mountrail-Williams Electric Cooperative Williston Office: 577-3765

Eugene Fixen Williston Rural Fire Department Industrial Equipment

I.E.S.S.

Sales & Service, Inc.

(701) 572-2393 www.iessinc.com

Located Behind OK Conoco North Williston 314 - 42nd St. West Williston, ND

PERSONAL • COMMERCIAL • INDUSTRIAL 572-3786 OILFIELD SPECIALISTS

511 West 2nd St.

Troy Heupel Williston Volunteer Fire Department

Border States Electric Supply 701-572-1577

1819 1st Ave. • Williston • 774-8001

Jesse Mathers Jonathan Korner

Rural Fire Department City Volunteer Fireman

1105 East Broadway Williston 572-2827 702(701) 4th St. E. 4th St. E.

702 702 4th St. E. Williston Williston Williston 572-2827 572-2827 572-2827

OPEN 24 HOURS

Josh Mahlum Josh Mosbrucker

City Volunteer Fireman City/Rural Firefighter

Walter “Kilowatt” Frank

300 11th St. W, Williston, ND (701) 774-8130

Williston Volunteer Fire Department

RoustaboutWork •Tank Batteries BackhoeWork • Pipeline 701-572-7698 FAX: 701-774-8628

1801 2nd Ave. West Williston, ND murphymotors.com

P.O. Box 1797 • Williston, ND sks@nccray.net

1111 2nd Ave W Williston, ND (701) 572-9402


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Jeremy Myers Williston Rural Fire Department PT Engineer/Asst. Rural Chief

1915 2nd Ave. W. Williston 701-577-2900

Best of Luck in GarthArnson Hagen Dave the Tournament! Rural Fire Department Williston Rural/CityVolunteer Fire Department L&K ELECTRIC, INC.

P.O. BOX 4162 • WILLISTON, ND 58802-4162 COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND RESIDENTIAL WIRING OFFICE: (701) 774-1094 Highway 2 N.- 570-3050 Williston, NDSPECIALIZING 58801IN OILFIELD TIM KLEVEN, President ELECTRICAL SERVICE SERVICE –774-1103 TRENCHING • SIGNS – 24 HOUR(701)

Brock Clingman Williston Rural Fire Department

Williston Police Dept.

Chief of Police, Jim Lokken

Administration/Non-Emergency 577-1212 Emergency - 911 512 4th Ave. East Hear It! See It! Report It!

EMT of the Year!

Brian Hodnefield

Dave Donner Randy Bjella

Williston Rural Fire Department

Williston Volunteer EMT Fire Department

Industrial Equipment

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Sales & Service, Inc.

(701) 572-2393 www.iessinc.com

Located Behind OK Conoco North Williston 314 - 42nd St. West Williston, ND

Kyle Christensen Williston Volunteer Fire Department The Williston Volunteer Fire Department would like to take time to remove our helmets and extend our thoughts and prayers to our brother Kyle and all of the military personel that are currently serving in Afganistian !! Williston – 521 2nd Street W 701-572-6381

Kyle Rossland Williston Volunteer Fire Department Quality Fabrication & Welding STEEL • ALUMINUM • STAINLESS

14 West 4th -St. Williston, DODGE CHRYSLER - JEEP ND 1212 West 2nd Street • Williston 572-2165 www.ryanmotors.net www.willistonherald.com (701) 577-1111 or (800) 568-5160

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urnaces should be inspected and your chimneys cleaned each year. nstall smoke alarms on every floor of your home and outside every bedroom. eplace smoke alarm batteries every year, and test alarms on a regular basis. nsure your family has a fire escape plan, with two exits identified for every room. mall appliances should be unplugged when they are not in use.


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Rural Firefighter of the Year!

Jason Arnson Williston Rural Volunteer Fire Department

L&K ELECTRIC, INC.

P.O. BOX 4162 • WILLISTON, ND 58802-4162 OFFICE: (701) 774-1094 TIM KLEVEN, President - 570-3050 – 24 HOUR SERVICE –

Mike Walters

Williston and Rural Volunteer Fire Department PT Engineer/EMT

MartyHauge Haug Marty

Williston Volunteer Fire Department

OPEN 24 HRS 7 DAYS A WEEK

300 W. 11TH ST. IN WILLISTON, ND • 572-2927 COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND RESIDENTIAL WIRING SPECIALIZING IN OILFIELD ELECTRICAL SERVICE TRENCHING • SIGNS

1109 2nd Ave. W. Williston, ND

CALL 572-9402

EMT of the Year!

Mike Haugen

Dave Donner Traver Melby

Dave Arnson

Williston Rural Volunteer Fire Department

EMT Williston Fire Department

Williston Rural/CityVolunteer Fire Department

L&K ELECTRIC, INC.

P.O. BOX 4162 • WILLISTON, ND 58802-4162 OFFICE: (701) 774-1094 TIM KLEVEN, President - 570-3050 – 24 HOUR SERVICE –

COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND RESIDENTIAL WIRING SPECIALIZING IN OILFIELD ELECTRICAL SERVICE TRENCHING • SIGNS

14 West 4th St. Williston, ND 572-2165 223 Main Street • Williston, ND 58801 (701) 774-4100 www.asbt.com www.willistonherald.com Member FDIC

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Fire Prevention

At least 80 percent of all fire deaths occur in home fires. Here are some smart Fire Prevention week tips for protecting yourself and your family: ✔ Never leave candles burning unatteneded, and keep matches out of reach from children. ✔ Keep space heaters away from curtains and other flammable materials. ✔ IInstall smoke alarms on every floor of your home and outside each bedroom, and test batteries monthly.


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