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Page 8 October, 10, 2013 Valley News and Views Welcome back to the Laiken and Taylor Column. Football ends their season on October 14th, when the Junior High has their final game against North Border in Hoople, and the Junior Varsity goes to Park River. On the first of October, the volleyball team had a game in Park River! The scores are: 7-lost, 8-won, C-lost, Iv-lost, and varsity-lost. They also had a game in Minto on the 3rd, and the scores from that game are: 7-lost, 8-didn't have a game, C-didn't have a game, IV- won, and varsity- won. Instead of going to the game against Minto, since they are playing them again, the 8th grade team went to a tournament where the played Cavalier and Adams- Edmore, and won both. On Monday, September 30th, the 8th grade team also got to the LIND vs. NDSU volleyball game in Grand Forks! It was really fun and the team learned a lot. The volleyball teams' last games are in Crystal Oct. 10th against Midway. Elementary girls' (pictured below) basketball season is over with a total of 9 wins and 4 losses. They improved a lot over the season, and did a great job. Elementary boys' basketball has already started practice! Their first game is Oct. 15th in Drayton against Grafton. Good luck boys and have a great season! For more information about school activities, go to the Drayton School website: http: / / www.drayton.kl 2. Rehearsals for the One-Act Play will be starting Sunday, October 6th for certain cast members. The contest is November 5th and the actors are preparing and working hard to make the show a success. Thank you for reading the Laiken and Taylor Column! Don't forget to come out and cheer for the Titans at our home games! We'll try to keep you posted on when they are, so you can do your best to support the teams. Email us at laikentaylor.column@ October Sugar Beet Harvest Specials More Savings? Look for Our Special Coupolls ill this newsapaper, The Elementa Girls' Basketball season has ended. The girls took 9 wins and suffered 4 losses through the season, showing improvement all the way. Team members are pictured above, from left to right. Back Row: Kasey Stegman, Madison Hermanson, Jammi Fracasso, Aliyah Bartels, and Coach Kerri Stegman. Front Row- Shaylee Kringstad, Mackenzie Guss, Victoria Stevens, Alaura Strand, and Ariaunna Larocque. Photo by Taylor Stegman. St. Thomas Public School Lunch Menu Through Friday Thursday October 24th Thursday October 10th French Toast Taco Hot Pockets Friday October 1 lth Pizza Pepperoni Pizza Monday October 14th Cereal Hot Dogs Tuesday October 15th Rolls Taco In A Bag Wednesday October 16th Tornados Chicken Fajitas Thursday October 17th No School Friday October 18th No School Monday October 21 st Cereal French Toast with Sausage Tuesday October 22nd Cinnamon Glazed Pancakes Spaghetti Wednesday October 23rd Cheese Omelets BBQ Chicken Sandwich Thursday October 24th French Toast Ham and Cheese Hoagie I A Chronicle of J Red River Steamboating Part 60 By K. C. Gardner, Jr. 1907 September 14 --The Fram went upriver with two barges to be left for wheat. The steamer was using coal for fuel, the first time coal was used in the history of Red River steam boating. One reason was that the farmers were jacking up their prices for wood. September 15--The Red River was the lowest it had been in six years. The Fram was going to operate between Grand Forks and Belmont, while the Grand Forks would operate below Grand Forks. September 17--The Fram returned from upriver. September 24--The Red had risen over two feet in two weeks, greatly improving navigation. September 25--The Grand Forks left its berth for upriver points with four barges to be left at "grain points" along the way. September 28--The Grand Forks left for downriver points. The steamer had been working shorthanded despite the good wages being offered. October 2--The Grand Forks left for Oslo and other downriver points. October 3 or 4--The Grand Forks pulled into port with wheat. The Fram came in from the south with a load of wheat. October 11--The Fram entered port with a load of wheat from upriver. The Grand Forks was at Oslo. October 20--The government dredging fleet was working twenty- five miles downriver from Grand Forks. Captain Hayes said the boats would lay up November 1. October 29--Captain Hayes tied up the government boats for the winter just below the NP bridge in Grand Forks. The boats had completed a lot of dredging between Belmont and below Oslo. October 30--The Fram came in with a load of wheat from upriver. A large crew unloaded it from the barges. Workers were no longer "hard-to-come-by." November 1--The Fram went upriver for wheat. 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