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INDEX PAGE 2 COMMUN+,TY PAGE 3 COMMUNITY PAGE 4 SPORTS PAGE 5 CLASSIFIED FAMILY PAGE 6 AREA FOCUS PAGE 7 PAGE 8 PAGE 9 PAGE ] 0 PAGE 11 PAGE 1 2 CHECK OUT THIS WEEK'S AMERICAN PROFILE MAGAZINE ',esday 7, 2004 cents entine] ribune VOLUME NO. 19 NUMBER 18 12 PAGES Plus supplements in -, local edition says no to building I ores ication for I Cities 0pment une Lisa Onken of Housing spoke to the tpplying for a Small Cities the recipient of two previ- Grants in the nineties. ll'ats netted over a million dol- litation money for local enid there is about $22 million 'tlmall cities. If they apply for a housing or public facilities for up to $600.000. If "a multi purpose grant they $1,400,00 are based on low to moder- for the funding. grant can be used types of projects, including; Rental Commercial to part of the grant is sur- the grant areas. There 70 percent return of sur- must be supportive of Surveys must be tar- or neighborhoods that public infrastructure guidelines for both to receive funding. deferred loans can be used including roofing, win- heating and handicapped City Council Continued on.page 3 CALLED TO DUTY Jeremy Anderson holds his one-year-old daughter Bailey, and Heidi holds four-year-old Calle and the kitty she received for Christmas. Westbrook men report fo00. active duty By Carolyn Van Loh The unrest in the Middle East has suddenly become very personal for about 100 Army Reservists of the 452 General Support Co. in Worthington. Yesterday they left by con- voy for Ft. McCoy where they will receive further training before being deployed to the Middle East. For Sgt. Jeremy Anderson. Westbrook, this call to active duty is the first he has experienced in the eight years he has been in the Reserves. He has responsibilities in the areas of water purification, bulk fuel. maintenance, trans- portation, and supply ware- houses. Anderson's employ- er, New Vision Coop, Jeffers, has been very sup- portive of his military responsi bilities. Roy Minion, Anderson's supervi. sot, said that they wish him well, that he gets the job done, and that he returns safely. His job will be wait- ing for him. Since being notified of his active duty status last month, Anderson has tried to spend as much time as possible with his wife and daughters at their rural Westbrook home. Calle. 4, and Bailey, 1. are an impor- tant part of his life, but he will have to depend on long distance communications with his wife Heidi to update him on their activi- ties. Anderson knew that active duty was a possibility when he enlisted, and it is something he takes in stride. It's a duty and honor type of thing, said Anderson. Support from famil); his employer, and the general public is an encouragement to Anderson and those being deployed with him. Westbrook Continued on page 3 Jordan Madson benefit scheduled for Sunday By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WESTBROOK -- Sunday friends of Fifteen year old Jordan Madson, will hold a benefit breakfast at the Westbrook school cafeteria. The event will be held from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Madson was seriously injured in a 4 wheeler accident near his home last August. Jordan was airlifted to Sioux Falls where he remained in a coma for sever- al days. After an agonizingly slow recovery Jordan was able to return home on October 6th about six weeks after the accident happened. Jordan is still faced with problems but continues to make good progress. Jordan Madson Continued on page 3 Walnut Grove EDA Update By Marlys Vanderwerf Director Prairie Grass Communities -- you may say what is that. It is a senior housing project that is happening in Walnut Grove. The complex will have 12 independent units and 16 assisted living. It will be built on the south edge of Walnut Grove off County Road 5. Several of us have visited the Hector complex and we know what a wonder- ful addition this will be ibr the seniors of Walnut Grove and the surrounding area. We have a list of potential resi- dents, but if anyone is interested, call the EDA office. Plum Creek County Park Redwood County - added sixteen new campsites as well as a bathhouse, camp office and a senior couple hosted on weekends. Walnut Grove Continued on page 12 + job for Wilcon Construction braved the sub zero temperatures Monday morning as they worked on the Peterson Estates addition. 1i10 2310 21/9 24120 33116 [ rtly Considerable Times of sun Snow ,ho,'- e IOudy. cloudine,s, and clouds, ers at times. [ighs in the in the Highs in the Highs 20s and mid 20s and low  and I )s 2 to -2F. lows in the lows in the low 2Os. mid Icens. 4-H --IT'S ALL ABOUT ART FORMS PAGE 3 :::: ComAa Us: INFORMATION CIRCULATION /I CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING 507-274-6136 OR 800-4 ] 0-1859 Please read and recycle Printed with Soybased Ink Copyright 2(X)3 Seminel Tribune