Malting firm, farmers partner
Two Track Malting, Bismarck, has partnered with Greg and Stacey Kessel, who operate a family farm at Belfield.
Greg Kessel also serves as vice chairman for the North Dakota Barley Council.
Motor carriers give safety awards
The North Dakota Motor Carriers Association presented several safety-related awards during its annual convention.
Individuals receiving awards were Bryan Bray, Nuverra Environmental Solutions, Service Technician of the Year; Brian Fitzgerald, Oasis Well Services, Service Manager of the Year; Tyler Skoglund, Midwest Motor Express, Safety Professional of the Year; David L. Kamp, Trooper of the Year; and Terry Jordan, Altendorf Trucking, Driver of the Year.
Fleet safety awards were given to Roger Ward Moving & Storage, Jobbers Moving & Storage, CrossCountry Freight Solutions, Midwest Motor Express, FedEx Freight, Baker Boy, Diamond B Trucking, Johnsrud Transport Inc., TMI Transport Corp., Mayer Truck Line Inc., Dixon Brothers Inc., Pro Transport & Leasing and Holland Enterprises Inc.
Campaign aids Special Olympics
SpartanNash Foundation’s Special Olympics scan campaign raised $35,000 for Special Olympics North Dakota.
Participating stores included Family Fare in Dickinson and Dan’s Supermarket in Bismarck and Mandan.
Cancer program gets accreditation
CHI St. Alexius Health, Bismarck has received voluntary, three-year accreditation for its cancer program.
Accreditation through the Commission on Cancer, a quality program of the American College of Surgeons, requires meeting 34 care standards, evaluation every three years through a survey process and levels of excellence in the delivery of comprehensive patient-centered care.