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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Inside Wednesday, January 2, 2013 Page 3 Thin ice -- From page1 Fish shelter identification required or ATV The local sportsman club fred Rock Sportsman Club) installs aeration sys- tems in Bean Lake, and South and North Double lakes. The club announced the first week in December, in an ad in the Sentinel Tribune, that the aerators would be in operation later in December. The ad warns people in the area to use caution when going on the ice where these aerators are installed. Warning signs are posted around the perimeter of the aeration areas. Other than avoiding putting your- self and others in danger by going on unsafe ice, the DNR has a plan for escape from the water and vehicles. To get more information about ice safety from what to do if you do go through the ice, to safety tips to avoid going through the ice in the first place, go to the Minnesota DNR web site. (Statistics taken from the Minnesota DNR website) Ice conditions on Minnesota waterways may vary, but all fish shelters must have proper identification, according to conser- vation officers with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). DNR reminds ice anglers and others that shelters placed on the ice of Minnesota waters must have either the owner's com- plete name and address, a driver's license number, or the nine-digit DNR number on the license of the owner plainly and legibly displayed on the outside of the shelter, in letters and figures at least two inches high. Other shelter regulations include: Shelter may not be left unattended any time between midnight and one hour prior to sunrise unless the shelter is licensed. (The Department of Public Safety requires registration of trailers used to haul fish houses or dark houses and enclosed trailers or recreational trailers used for fishing. Trailer registration is available from a dep- uty registrar.) A tag, furnished with a license, must be attached to the exterior in a visible location. Shelters left on the ice overnight need to have at least two square inches of reflective material on each side of the house. People may not erect a shelter within 10 feet of an existing shelter. A shelter license is not required on border waters with Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota and South Dakota. Shelters must comply with the identifica- tion requirements of the state in which angler is licensed. Shelters may be used for fishing within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wildemess (BWCAW), but must be removed from the ice each night. The structure must be removed from the BWCAW each time the occupant leaves the BWCAW. Shelter owners are also reminded to take appropriate steps to keep their houses from freezing onto ice surfaces. With seasonal thawing and cooling, it is not uncommon for shelter contact points to become frozen to the ice, providing challenges when it comes to moving or removing the shelters. A common method used to prevent freez- ing is to place blocks under the shelter con- tact points. Ice anglers are reminded that blocks placed under shelters must be removed and cannot be left on frozen waters. An easy way to remove a frozen ice block is with a long handled maul or a split- ting maul. A couple of clean strikes will easily free frozen blocks. Panther wrestling results FMCC (FMCC) 42.0 TMB (TMB) 36.0 - December 20 Luverne (LUV) 56.0 TMB (TMB) 15.0 - December 20 School board One of the biggest things the district had to deal with, was in the late eight- ies when they were looking to pair with another school. The board looked at pairing with Storden Jeffers, Red Rock Central, and eventually joined forces with Walnut Grove. The two districts paired in 1991 and consolidated in 2001. In '91 the boards decided to have the high school in Westbrook, the middle school in Walnut Grove, and K-4 in both schools. More recently the, board_deckted it woulct he: better if all of the K-6 would be in Walnut Grove, and the 7-112 in Westbrook. Kronback said, "that was a difficult decision, but we had to do what was best for the students." With all of the change that came about since the original pairing, Kronback felt overall it was very suc- cessful. During his tenure on the board Kronback pointed out some of the suc- cessful things that have been accom- plished in the district. In the late eighties we were fortu- nate to receive Sparsity Revenue. Kronback said, "we spent a lot of time at the legislature working to get Westbrook eligible for the additional revenue. That really has helped us over the years to keep our budget in the black." Getting designated as a Magnet Arts School after pairing with Walnut Grove, also has been a great accomplishment. "It has been a great program for the From page 1 students and a real asset to the dis- trict," said Kronback. The past several years the district has received great financial support from the communities. It enabled the district to add the new science wing at the high school, and upgrade the bus garages, and facilities with new win- dows, doors, and much more. Kronback said, "it has been great working with administration, board members, staff and parents. For me personally I was given some personal. achievement through awards from the school board association. He was named All State School Board Member, Directors award, and the Presidents Award. Kronback said he learned a lot going to the annual conventions, hear- ing some good speakers, learning about new products, and being able to visit with fellow board members from other districts about common issues. When it comes to down to it, Kronback said, "there's a lot more to this job than just going to monthly meetings, especially when you are the board chairman." "I will really miss the interaction with the administration and fellow board members, and staying informed about things going on in the district," Kronback stated. One thing for sure, the board and communities will surely miss Kronback's steady hand at the helm of the board. 106: Daulton Carlson, TMB, pinned Jon Gehl, FMCC, 4:29. 113: Clayton Hartle, FMCC, pinned Nash Meyer, TMB, 0:43. 120: Devin Skalek, TMB, pinned Tate Meyer, FMCC, 3:56. 126: Logan Axford, TMB, pinned Will Gehl, FMCC, 1:27. 132: Ben Blanchette, FMCC, dec. Caleb Christian, TMB, 12-7. 138: Dalton Keeler, FMCC, pinned Jordan Towne, TMB, 3:48. 145: Tanner Nelson, FMCC, dec. Sterling Schwartz, TMB, 5-0. 152: Anthony Koch, TMB, forf. 160: Austin Peterson, TMB, forf. 170: Ben Loosbrock, FMCC, forf. 182: Dylan Nelson, FMCC, pinned Ozzy Chan, TMB, 3:38. 195: Tanner Michelson, TMB, pinned Shae Postma, FMCC, 1 : l 0. 220: Brian Behrends, FMCC, pinned Brandon Balsavage, TMB, 0:12. 285: Aaron Benson, FMCC, fore 106: Jayden Renken, LUV, maj. dec. Nash Mayer, TMB, 8-0. 113: Will Natte, LUV, pinned Daulton Carlson, TMB, 1:59. 120: Logan Axford, TMB, pinned Adam Fodness, LUV, 5:02. 126: Solomen Nielson, LUV, pinned Devin Skalek, TMB, 2:50. 132: Caleb Christian, TMB, pinned Cody Hess, LUV, 1:10. 138: Cyris Halverson, LUV, dec. Jordan Towne, TMB, 10-6. 145: Eli Dooyema, LUV, pinned Sterling Schwartz, TMB, 0:43. 152: Anthony Koch, TMB, dec. Zack Gillette, LUV, 6-5. 160: Jakob Olson, LUV, pinned Brennon Cooley, TMB, 1:10. 170: Spencer Oeltjenbruns, LUV, dec. Austin Peterson, TMB, 8-2. 182: Wyatt Aubert, LUV, maj. dec. Tanner Michelson, TMB, 12-0. 195: Brent Thompson, LUV, pined Brandon Balsavage, TMB, 1:18. 220: DJ Reker, LUV, pinned Jake Peterson, TMB, 2:47. 285: Cody Rothus, LUV, forf. Subscribe to the Sentinel Tribune This blue button on our website links YOU to all of our PICTURES You can have photos from recent newspapers printed pro- fessionally. Select pictures from albums including many that were not printed in the newspaper. These photos are avail- able to you through easy online purchase. Sentinel Tribune Photo Mugs, posters and T-shirts are also available. NEW "1-6 SERIES TRACTORS: THE POWER YOU NEED FOR THE WORK YOU DO NEW T6 Series tractors from New Holland are packed with the power, operator convenience and flexibility to master the multiple jobs you face. Six models from 90 to 120 PTO hp are powered by clean-running engines with ECOBlue TM SCR technology that reduce fuel use by a minimum of 10%*. Whether it's heavy loader work, rugged row-crop field work, haymaking or roadside mowing, "I"6 Series tractors respond with reliable performance and power you need to match the job at hand. UP TO 25 ADDED HP WHEN NEEDED WITH STANDARD ENGINE BOOST MANAGE HIGH HYDRAULIC FLOW DEMANDS WITH UP TO 26 GPM HANDLE HEAVY IMPLEMENTS WITH UP TO 13,41,0-LB 3-POINT LIFT CAPACITY LIFT HEAVY LOADS WITH UP TO 5,720-LB LOADER LIFT CAPACITY TRACTORS '10 T9050 NH, 900HRS ........................... S229,900 '09 385 CIH/STEIGER 875 HRS ................ 5199,900 '09 435 VERSATILE. 1800 H11S ................ 5159,900 '06 485 VERSATILE. 1800 HRS ................ 5162,900 '97 NH 9482.3800 H11S ............................ 572,500 '90 976 FORD. 6200 HRS .......................... $49,900 '10 T8040 NH 700 H115 ........................... 5179,900 '10 T8040 NH 1300 HRS ......................... $169,900 '08 T8020 NH FWA 1800 HRS ................. 5129,900 '95 8970 NH FWA 7500 HRS ..................... 552,900 '02 TM165 NH 2WD 1600 H11S .................. $54,900 '05 TV145 NH BI-D11600 HRS .................. 584,900 '981530 NH BOOMER HYDRO1800 HRS ... 59,900 o61H NO CAB 7500 HRS ............................ 58,900 IH 826 W/WL-40 ........................................ 58,900 930 CASE 5300 HRS ................................... S4,900 D17 ALLIS .................................................. 53,900 6430 JD W/673 LOADER, 3600 H11S .......... $69,900 MISCELLANEOUS '12 42'MANDAKO ROLLER 36". ................ $33,900 690 KILt BROS. CART ............................... $11,900 '07 WILRICH 20'SHREDDER ..................... 516,900 20' A11TSWAY SHREDDER ........................... 55,900 P-12 MILLER LOADER ................................ 54,900 2700 REM VAC .......................................... 515,900 609 BRADCO SSL BACKHOE .................. :. $4,950 SKIDI.OADERS '11 L-220 NH 1458 H115 CAB & HEAT ........ $29,900 '06 L-190 NH 1650 I'IRS ............................ 526,900 '01 L5-170 NH 4800 HRS .......................... $12,900 4840 GEHL 2600 H11S CAB & HEAT ........... $16,900 DRILLS & PLANTING '12 3600 ASD-EV KINZE 16R30 .............. 5105,900 3600 KINZE 16/31 .................................... 574,900 3600 KIN2E 16/31 .................................... 564,900 2600 KIN2E 16/31 .................................... 539,900 1770 JD 16B30 NTCCS .............................. $81,500 7100 JD BR30 ............................................. $3,900 20' G//EAT PLAINS DRILL ............................ 55,500 240 BWT FRIESEN TENDER ...................... $15,900 CORN HEADS 'I0 99C NH 81130 ...................................... $64,900 '09 99( NH B1130 ...................................... 559,900 '08 99 NN 8R30 ....................... : .............. 554,000 '09 980 NH 8R30 ...................................... 538,990 '08 98C NH B1130 ...................................... 531,000 '07 4308C HARVESTER ............................. 532,900 974 NH 6R30 .............................................. 53,500 '11 CAPELLO 8R30 FITS JD ....................... 569,900 TILLAGE 862NT WISHEK 30'W/HA//ROW ............... 569,900 '08 957 WIL-111CH 7-30 ............................ 527,900 '04 957WlL-RICH 7-30 ............................ 519,900 2700 JD 7-24 ............................................ $26,900 '09 KRAUS DOMINATOR 18 ....................... 539,900 2200 M&W EA11THMAsTER ...................... $24,900 60'OUAD X2 WIL-RICH W/BASKET .......... $59,900 47.5'OUAD XWIL-111CN 4 BAR ................ $29,900 42.50UAD XWIL-111CH 4 BAR .................. 527,900 41.5'OUAD 5WIL-RICH 4 BAR ................. 516,900 34.51400 ALLIS FC .................................... 52,900 34 WIURICH 2500 NICE ............................. 52,900 30'DMITIGERMATE 3 BAR ....................... $16,900 4300 CASE 30' .......................................... $15,000 43' DMI TIGERMATE 3 BAR ........................ $16,900 GRAIN HEADS '11 FD 70 MAC DON DRAPER 40' .............. $67,900 '10 74C NH 35'W/CRARY AIR ................... 534,900 '07 74 C NH 35'CRARY ............................. 532,900 '08 74C NH 30'W/C11ARV AIR .................. 529,900 '03 74C NH 30'. .......................................... 517,500 '98973 NH 25'. ........................................... $4,000 8000 GLEANER 30'W/CRARY AIR ............. 523,900 '02 800 GLEANER 30'W/CRARY AIR ......... 517,900 930FJO W/C11A11Y ....................................... $9,900 HAY EQUIPMENT '06 BR780A NH TWINE/NET ..................... $15,900 '03 BR780 NH TWINE/NET ...................... $15,900 688 NH BALER ............................................ $9,900 660 NH BALER TWINE/NET ........................ 56,500 851 NH BALER ............................................ 52,200 '08 6740 NH DISC MOWER ......................... 56,450 GMD 600 KUHN DISC MOWER ................... $5,250 6750 NH DISC MOWE11 ............................... 54,950 MDX81 CIH DISC MOWER .......................... 54,500 COMBINES '04 CR 960 NH ..................................... COMING IN '00 TR-99 NH 1612 HRS ............................ ,4,900 '00 TR-99 2255 HRS RWA ......................... .$69,900 '92 TR-96 NH 4000 HR5 ............................ 519,900 '07 11-75 1040 HRS COMING IN .............. 5159,900 '0111-621500 HRS ................................... 574,900 '05 11-651110 HRS ................................. $129,900 9600 JD 2125 HRS .................................... $54,9(X) '92 R-S2'GLEANER, 2400 HRS ......... : ........ $34,900 213165 SENTINEL TRIBUNE Inside Wednesday, January 2, 2013 Page 3 Thin ice -- From page1 Fish shelter identification required or ATV The local sportsman club fred Rock Sportsman Club) installs aeration sys- tems in Bean Lake, and South and North Double lakes. The club announced the first week in December, in an ad in the Sentinel Tribune, that the aerators would be in operation later in December. The ad warns people in the area to use caution when going on the ice where these aerators are installed. Warning signs are posted around the perimeter of the aeration areas. Other than avoiding putting your- self and others in danger by going on unsafe ice, the DNR has a plan for escape from the water and vehicles. To get more information about ice safety from what to do if you do go through the ice, to safety tips to avoid going through the ice in the first place, go to the Minnesota DNR web site. (Statistics taken from the Minnesota DNR website) Ice conditions on Minnesota waterways may vary, but all fish shelters must have proper identification, according to conser- vation officers with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). DNR reminds ice anglers and others that shelters placed on the ice of Minnesota waters must have either the owner's com- plete name and address, a driver's license number, or the nine-digit DNR number on the license of the owner plainly and legibly displayed on the outside of the shelter, in letters and figures at least two inches high. Other shelter regulations include: Shelter may not be left unattended any time between midnight and one hour prior to sunrise unless the shelter is licensed. (The Department of Public Safety requires registration of trailers used to haul fish houses or dark houses and enclosed trailers or recreational trailers used for fishing. Trailer registration is available from a dep- uty registrar.) A tag, furnished with a license, must be attached to the exterior in a visible location. Shelters left on the ice overnight need to have at least two square inches of reflective material on each side of the house. People may not erect a shelter within 10 feet of an existing shelter. A shelter license is not required on border waters with Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota and South Dakota. Shelters must comply with the identifica- tion requirements of the state in which angler is licensed. Shelters may be used for fishing within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wildemess (BWCAW), but must be removed from the ice each night. The structure must be removed from the BWCAW each time the occupant leaves the BWCAW. Shelter owners are also reminded to take appropriate steps to keep their houses from freezing onto ice surfaces. With seasonal thawing and cooling, it is not uncommon for shelter contact points to become frozen to the ice, providing challenges when it comes to moving or removing the shelters. A common method used to prevent freez- ing is to place blocks under the shelter con- tact points. Ice anglers are reminded that blocks placed under shelters must be removed and cannot be left on frozen waters. An easy way to remove a frozen ice block is with a long handled maul or a split- ting maul. A couple of clean strikes will easily free frozen blocks. Panther wrestling results FMCC (FMCC) 42.0 TMB (TMB) 36.0 - December 20 Luverne (LUV) 56.0 TMB (TMB) 15.0 - December 20 School board One of the biggest things the district had to deal with, was in the late eight- ies when they were looking to pair with another school. The board looked at pairing with Storden Jeffers, Red Rock Central, and eventually joined forces with Walnut Grove. The two districts paired in 1991 and consolidated in 2001. In '91 the boards decided to have the high school in Westbrook, the middle school in Walnut Grove, and K-4 in both schools. More recently the, board_deckted it woulct he: better if all of the K-6 would be in Walnut Grove, and the 7-112 in Westbrook. Kronback said, "that was a difficult decision, but we had to do what was best for the students." With all of the change that came about since the original pairing, Kronback felt overall it was very suc- cessful. During his tenure on the board Kronback pointed out some of the suc- cessful things that have been accom- plished in the district. In the late eighties we were fortu- nate to receive Sparsity Revenue. Kronback said, "we spent a lot of time at the legislature working to get Westbrook eligible for the additional revenue. That really has helped us over the years to keep our budget in the black." Getting designated as a Magnet Arts School after pairing with Walnut Grove, also has been a great accomplishment. "It has been a great program for the From page 1 students and a real asset to the dis- trict," said Kronback. The past several years the district has received great financial support from the communities. It enabled the district to add the new science wing at the high school, and upgrade the bus garages, and facilities with new win- dows, doors, and much more. Kronback said, "it has been great working with administration, board members, staff and parents. For me personally I was given some personal. achievement through awards from the school board association. He was named All State School Board Member, Directors award, and the Presidents Award. Kronback said he learned a lot going to the annual conventions, hear- ing some good speakers, learning about new products, and being able to visit with fellow board members from other districts about common issues. When it comes to down to it, Kronback said, "there's a lot more to this job than just going to monthly meetings, especially when you are the board chairman." "I will really miss the interaction with the administration and fellow board members, and staying informed about things going on in the district," Kronback stated. One thing for sure, the board and communities will surely miss Kronback's steady hand at the helm of the board. 106: Daulton Carlson, TMB, pinned Jon Gehl, FMCC, 4:29. 113: Clayton Hartle, FMCC, pinned Nash Meyer, TMB, 0:43. 120: Devin Skalek, TMB, pinned Tate Meyer, FMCC, 3:56. 126: Logan Axford, TMB, pinned Will Gehl, FMCC, 1:27. 132: Ben Blanchette, FMCC, dec. Caleb Christian, TMB, 12-7. 138: Dalton Keeler, FMCC, pinned Jordan Towne, TMB, 3:48. 145: Tanner Nelson, FMCC, dec. Sterling Schwartz, TMB, 5-0. 152: Anthony Koch, TMB, forf. 160: Austin Peterson, TMB, forf. 170: Ben Loosbrock, FMCC, forf. 182: Dylan Nelson, FMCC, pinned Ozzy Chan, TMB, 3:38. 195: Tanner Michelson, TMB, pinned Shae Postma, FMCC, 1 : l 0. 220: Brian Behrends, FMCC, pinned Brandon Balsavage, TMB, 0:12. 285: Aaron Benson, FMCC, fore 106: Jayden Renken, LUV, maj. dec. Nash Mayer, TMB, 8-0. 113: Will Natte, LUV, pinned Daulton Carlson, TMB, 1:59. 120: Logan Axford, TMB, pinned Adam Fodness, LUV, 5:02. 126: Solomen Nielson, LUV, pinned Devin Skalek, TMB, 2:50. 132: Caleb Christian, TMB, pinned Cody Hess, LUV, 1:10. 138: Cyris Halverson, LUV, dec. Jordan Towne, TMB, 10-6. 145: Eli Dooyema, LUV, pinned Sterling Schwartz, TMB, 0:43. 152: Anthony Koch, TMB, dec. Zack Gillette, LUV, 6-5. 160: Jakob Olson, LUV, pinned Brennon Cooley, TMB, 1:10. 170: Spencer Oeltjenbruns, LUV, dec. Austin Peterson, TMB, 8-2. 182: Wyatt Aubert, LUV, maj. dec. Tanner Michelson, TMB, 12-0. 195: Brent Thompson, LUV, pined Brandon Balsavage, TMB, 1:18. 220: DJ Reker, LUV, pinned Jake Peterson, TMB, 2:47. 285: Cody Rothus, LUV, forf. Subscribe to the Sentinel Tribune This blue button on our website links YOU to all of our PICTURES You can have photos from recent newspapers printed pro- fessionally. Select pictures from albums including many that were not printed in the newspaper. These photos are avail- able to you through easy online purchase. Sentinel Tribune Photo Mugs, posters and T-shirts are also available. NEW "1-6 SERIES TRACTORS: THE POWER YOU NEED FOR THE WORK YOU DO NEW T6 Series tractors from New Holland are packed with the power, operator convenience and flexibility to master the multiple jobs you face. Six models from 90 to 120 PTO hp are powered by clean-running engines with ECOBlue TM SCR technology that reduce fuel use by a minimum of 10%*. Whether it's heavy loader work, rugged row-crop field work, haymaking or roadside mowing, "I"6 Series tractors respond with reliable performance and power you need to match the job at hand. UP TO 25 ADDED HP WHEN NEEDED WITH STANDARD ENGINE BOOST MANAGE HIGH HYDRAULIC FLOW DEMANDS WITH UP TO 26 GPM HANDLE HEAVY IMPLEMENTS WITH UP TO 13,41,0-LB 3-POINT LIFT CAPACITY LIFT HEAVY LOADS WITH UP TO 5,720-LB LOADER LIFT CAPACITY TRACTORS '10 T9050 NH, 900HRS ........................... S229,900 '09 385 CIH/STEIGER 875 HRS ................ 5199,900 '09 435 VERSATILE. 1800 H11S ................ 5159,900 '06 485 VERSATILE. 1800 HRS ................ 5162,900 '97 NH 9482.3800 H11S ............................ 572,500 '90 976 FORD. 6200 HRS .......................... $49,900 '10 T8040 NH 700 H115 ........................... 5179,900 '10 T8040 NH 1300 HRS ......................... $169,900 '08 T8020 NH FWA 1800 HRS ................. 5129,900 '95 8970 NH FWA 7500 HRS ..................... 552,900 '02 TM165 NH 2WD 1600 H11S .................. $54,900 '05 TV145 NH BI-D11600 HRS .................. 584,900 '981530 NH BOOMER HYDRO1800 HRS ... 59,900 o61H NO CAB 7500 HRS ............................ 58,900 IH 826 W/WL-40 ........................................ 58,900 930 CASE 5300 HRS ................................... S4,900 D17 ALLIS .................................................. 53,900 6430 JD W/673 LOADER, 3600 H11S .......... $69,900 MISCELLANEOUS '12 42'MANDAKO ROLLER 36". ................ $33,900 690 KILt BROS. CART ............................... $11,900 '07 WILRICH 20'SHREDDER ..................... 516,900 20' A11TSWAY SHREDDER ........................... 55,900 P-12 MILLER LOADER ................................ 54,900 2700 REM VAC .......................................... 515,900 609 BRADCO SSL BACKHOE .................. :. $4,950 SKIDI.OADERS '11 L-220 NH 1458 H115 CAB & HEAT ........ $29,900 '06 L-190 NH 1650 I'IRS ............................ 526,900 '01 L5-170 NH 4800 HRS .......................... $12,900 4840 GEHL 2600 H11S CAB & HEAT ........... $16,900 DRILLS & PLANTING '12 3600 ASD-EV KINZE 16R30 .............. 5105,900 3600 KINZE 16/31 .................................... 574,900 3600 KIN2E 16/31 .................................... 564,900 2600 KIN2E 16/31 .................................... 539,900 1770 JD 16B30 NTCCS .............................. $81,500 7100 JD BR30 ............................................. $3,900 20' G//EAT PLAINS DRILL ............................ 55,500 240 BWT FRIESEN TENDER ...................... $15,900 CORN HEADS 'I0 99C NH 81130 ...................................... $64,900 '09 99( NH B1130 ...................................... 559,900 '08 99 NN 8R30 ....................... : .............. 554,000 '09 980 NH 8R30 ...................................... 538,990 '08 98C NH B1130 ...................................... 531,000 '07 4308C HARVESTER ............................. 532,900 974 NH 6R30 .............................................. 53,500 '11 CAPELLO 8R30 FITS JD ....................... 569,900 TILLAGE 862NT WISHEK 30'W/HA//ROW ............... 569,900 '08 957 WIL-111CH 7-30 ............................ 527,900 '04 957WlL-RICH 7-30 ............................ 519,900 2700 JD 7-24 ............................................ $26,900 '09 KRAUS DOMINATOR 18 ....................... 539,900 2200 M&W EA11THMAsTER ...................... $24,900 60'OUAD X2 WIL-RICH W/BASKET .......... $59,900 47.5'OUAD XWIL-111CN 4 BAR ................ $29,900 42.50UAD XWIL-111CH 4 BAR .................. 527,900 41.5'OUAD 5WIL-RICH 4 BAR ................. 516,900 34.51400 ALLIS FC .................................... 52,900 34 WIURICH 2500 NICE ............................. 52,900 30'DMITIGERMATE 3 BAR ....................... $16,900 4300 CASE 30' .......................................... $15,000 43' DMI TIGERMATE 3 BAR ........................ $16,900 GRAIN HEADS '11 FD 70 MAC DON DRAPER 40' .............. $67,900 '10 74C NH 35'W/CRARY AIR ................... 534,900 '07 74 C NH 35'CRARY ............................. 532,900 '08 74C NH 30'W/C11ARV AIR .................. 529,900 '03 74C NH 30'. .......................................... 517,500 '98973 NH 25'. ........................................... $4,000 8000 GLEANER 30'W/CRARY AIR ............. 523,900 '02 800 GLEANER 30'W/CRARY AIR ......... 517,900 930FJO W/C11A11Y ....................................... $9,900 HAY EQUIPMENT '06 BR780A NH TWINE/NET ..................... $15,900 '03 BR780 NH TWINE/NET ...................... $15,900 688 NH BALER ............................................ $9,900 660 NH BALER TWINE/NET ........................ 56,500 851 NH BALER ............................................ 52,200 '08 6740 NH DISC MOWER ......................... 56,450 GMD 600 KUHN DISC MOWER ................... $5,250 6750 NH DISC MOWE11 ............................... 54,950 MDX81 CIH DISC MOWER .......................... 54,500 COMBINES '04 CR 960 NH ..................................... COMING IN '00 TR-99 NH 1612 HRS ............................ ,4,900 '00 TR-99 2255 HRS RWA ......................... .$69,900 '92 TR-96 NH 4000 HR5 ............................ 519,900 '07 11-75 1040 HRS COMING IN .............. 5159,900 '0111-621500 HRS ................................... 574,900 '05 11-651110 HRS ................................. $129,900 9600 JD 2125 HRS .................................... $54,9(X) '92 R-S2'GLEANER, 2400 HRS ......... : ........ $34,900 213165 SENTINEL TRIBUNE Inside Wednesday, January 2, 2013 Page 3 Thin ice -- From page1 Fish shelter identification required or ATV The local sportsman club fred Rock Sportsman Club) installs aeration sys- tems in Bean Lake, and South and North Double lakes. The club announced the first week in December, in an ad in the Sentinel Tribune, that the aerators would be in operation later in December. The ad warns people in the area to use caution when going on the ice where these aerators are installed. Warning signs are posted around the perimeter of the aeration areas. Other than avoiding putting your- self and others in danger by going on unsafe ice, the DNR has a plan for escape from the water and vehicles. To get more information about ice safety from what to do if you do go through the ice, to safety tips to avoid going through the ice in the first place, go to the Minnesota DNR web site. (Statistics taken from the Minnesota DNR website) Ice conditions on Minnesota waterways may vary, but all fish shelters must have proper identification, according to conser- vation officers with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). DNR reminds ice anglers and others that shelters placed on the ice of Minnesota waters must have either the owner's com- plete name and address, a driver's license number, or the nine-digit DNR number on the license of the owner plainly and legibly displayed on the outside of the shelter, in letters and figures at least two inches high. Other shelter regulations include: Shelter may not be left unattended any time between midnight and one hour prior to sunrise unless the shelter is licensed. (The Department of Public Safety requires registration of trailers used to haul fish houses or dark houses and enclosed trailers or recreational trailers used for fishing. Trailer registration is available from a dep- uty registrar.) A tag, furnished with a license, must be attached to the exterior in a visible location. Shelters left on the ice overnight need to have at least two square inches of reflective material on each side of the house. People may not erect a shelter within 10 feet of an existing shelter. A shelter license is not required on border waters with Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota and South Dakota. Shelters must comply with the identifica- tion requirements of the state in which angler is licensed. Shelters may be used for fishing within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wildemess (BWCAW), but must be removed from the ice each night. The structure must be removed from the BWCAW each time the occupant leaves the BWCAW. Shelter owners are also reminded to take appropriate steps to keep their houses from freezing onto ice surfaces. With seasonal thawing and cooling, it is not uncommon for shelter contact points to become frozen to the ice, providing challenges when it comes to moving or removing the shelters. A common method used to prevent freez- ing is to place blocks under the shelter con- tact points. Ice anglers are reminded that blocks placed under shelters must be removed and cannot be left on frozen waters. An easy way to remove a frozen ice block is with a long handled maul or a split- ting maul. A couple of clean strikes will easily free frozen blocks. Panther wrestling results FMCC (FMCC) 42.0 TMB (TMB) 36.0 - December 20 Luverne (LUV) 56.0 TMB (TMB) 15.0 - December 20 School board One of the biggest things the district had to deal with, was in the late eight- ies when they were looking to pair with another school. The board looked at pairing with Storden Jeffers, Red Rock Central, and eventually joined forces with Walnut Grove. The two districts paired in 1991 and consolidated in 2001. In '91 the boards decided to have the high school in Westbrook, the middle school in Walnut Grove, and K-4 in both schools. More recently the, board_deckted it woulct he: better if all of the K-6 would be in Walnut Grove, and the 7-112 in Westbrook. Kronback said, "that was a difficult decision, but we had to do what was best for the students." With all of the change that came about since the original pairing, Kronback felt overall it was very suc- cessful. During his tenure on the board Kronback pointed out some of the suc- cessful things that have been accom- plished in the district. In the late eighties we were fortu- nate to receive Sparsity Revenue. Kronback said, "we spent a lot of time at the legislature working to get Westbrook eligible for the additional revenue. That really has helped us over the years to keep our budget in the black." Getting designated as a Magnet Arts School after pairing with Walnut Grove, also has been a great accomplishment. "It has been a great program for the From page 1 students and a real asset to the dis- trict," said Kronback. The past several years the district has received great financial support from the communities. It enabled the district to add the new science wing at the high school, and upgrade the bus garages, and facilities with new win- dows, doors, and much more. Kronback said, "it has been great working with administration, board members, staff and parents. For me personally I was given some personal. achievement through awards from the school board association. He was named All State School Board Member, Directors award, and the Presidents Award. Kronback said he learned a lot going to the annual conventions, hear- ing some good speakers, learning about new products, and being able to visit with fellow board members from other districts about common issues. When it comes to down to it, Kronback said, "there's a lot more to this job than just going to monthly meetings, especially when you are the board chairman." "I will really miss the interaction with the administration and fellow board members, and staying informed about things going on in the district," Kronback stated. One thing for sure, the board and communities will surely miss Kronback's steady hand at the helm of the board. 106: Daulton Carlson, TMB, pinned Jon Gehl, FMCC, 4:29. 113: Clayton Hartle, FMCC, pinned Nash Meyer, TMB, 0:43. 120: Devin Skalek, TMB, pinned Tate Meyer, FMCC, 3:56. 126: Logan Axford, TMB, pinned Will Gehl, FMCC, 1:27. 132: Ben Blanchette, FMCC, dec. Caleb Christian, TMB, 12-7. 138: Dalton Keeler, FMCC, pinned Jordan Towne, TMB, 3:48. 145: Tanner Nelson, FMCC, dec. Sterling Schwartz, TMB, 5-0. 152: Anthony Koch, TMB, forf. 160: Austin Peterson, TMB, forf. 170: Ben Loosbrock, FMCC, forf. 182: Dylan Nelson, FMCC, pinned Ozzy Chan, TMB, 3:38. 195: Tanner Michelson, TMB, pinned Shae Postma, FMCC, 1 : l 0. 220: Brian Behrends, FMCC, pinned Brandon Balsavage, TMB, 0:12. 285: Aaron Benson, FMCC, fore 106: Jayden Renken, LUV, maj. dec. Nash Mayer, TMB, 8-0. 113: Will Natte, LUV, pinned Daulton Carlson, TMB, 1:59. 120: Logan Axford, TMB, pinned Adam Fodness, LUV, 5:02. 126: Solomen Nielson, LUV, pinned Devin Skalek, TMB, 2:50. 132: Caleb Christian, TMB, pinned Cody Hess, LUV, 1:10. 138: Cyris Halverson, LUV, dec. Jordan Towne, TMB, 10-6. 145: Eli Dooyema, LUV, pinned Sterling Schwartz, TMB, 0:43. 152: Anthony Koch, TMB, dec. Zack Gillette, LUV, 6-5. 160: Jakob Olson, LUV, pinned Brennon Cooley, TMB, 1:10. 170: Spencer Oeltjenbruns, LUV, dec. Austin Peterson, TMB, 8-2. 182: Wyatt Aubert, LUV, maj. dec. Tanner Michelson, TMB, 12-0. 195: Brent Thompson, LUV, pined Brandon Balsavage, TMB, 1:18. 220: DJ Reker, LUV, pinned Jake Peterson, TMB, 2:47. 285: Cody Rothus, LUV, forf. Subscribe to the Sentinel Tribune This blue button on our website links YOU to all of our PICTURES You can have photos from recent newspapers printed pro- fessionally. Select pictures from albums including many that were not printed in the newspaper. 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