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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, January22, 2014 Page 2 WWG students are going places SCHOOL MENU January 27-31, 2014 Monday - Hot turkey/ bun, sweet potato fries, mixed green salad, fruit, milk Tuesday - Beef and bean nachos/WG corn chips, cucumbers, carrots/Ranch dip, oranges, pears, wheat bread, milk Wednesday - Mr. Rib/WG bun, tater tots, carrots, apple- sauce, apple crisp, fruit, milk Thursday - Cheesy mas- cot bread, green beans, peaches, fruit, milk Friday - Chicken noodle or tomato soup, WG max sticks, carrots/Ranch dip, pineapple, mandarin oranges, wheat bread, milk BenzieYang is a WWG Senior. He is an Honor Roll student. He helps behind the scenes in theater. Benzie is a Mendly, dedicated and very polite young man who is always looking to help others. 212107 The first grade students of Westbrook and Walnut Grove visit- ed Bank Midwest on January 15 and were introduced to the school program mascots, Mr. Bear and Sammy Squirrel. In this program, Bank Midwest donates $300 to the first grade class, which is placed into a savings account. As the students progress through school, they will be encouraged to make investment decisions. In their senior year, the original $300 plus accrued interest will be turned over to the class and their advi- sor to use towards a school or community project. BOWLING NEWS Tracy Bowling T-N-T 42 - 38 Ladies Wednesday night Titan Machinery41 - 39 January 8 High games Landuyt Trucking 10 - 2Ken Witt 225 Hoyt Oil 7 - 5 Terry Schaar 210 Prairie View 7 - 5 Terry Schaar 209 Tracy Service Center 6 - 6 High series KAMBO 4 - 8 Terry Schaar 578 G&R Elec/Appl. 2 - 10Lonnie Cochran 572 High games Christy Hemp 189 Tracy Bowling Carol Strand 182 Mens Thursday late night Mary Anderson 181 January 9 High series Tracy Lanes 42.5 - 17.5 Diane Deming 521 200 Proof 38 - 22 Nikki Phelps 520 John's Drug 34 - 26 Doreen Osland 505 Dekalb 28 - 32 Greenwood 20.5 - 39.5 Traey Bowling High games Mens Thursday early Scott Anderson 232 night Terry Schaar 225 January 9 Terry Schaar 219 Bensons by the Lake52 - 28 High series Knakmuhs Agency 43.5 - Terry Schaar 634 36.5 Eric Nelson 574 John's Drug 42.5 - 37.5 Lonnie Cochran 552 DNR QUESTION OF THE WEEK Q: Why does the fur coat as the new winter coat of a deer change colors begins to grow. The new depending on the time of coat is comprised of two year - a reddish color in layers. The outer guard the spring and brown in hairs are hollow, stiff and the fall? grow about 2 inches Ion- A: The deer's coat is ger than the undercoat. designed to provide both a The inner layer is soft and means for thermoregula- dense which insulates tion and camouflage• deer from the cold weath- Summer coats appear red- er and snow. Coat color, dish and are thin, allowing regardless of the season, deer to better cope with tends to be darker in for- heat stress. In the fall, ested areas and lighter in deer begin a process of agricultural areas where molting, which is trig- deer are exposed to more gered by hormonal chang- direct sunlight. es that reflect the chang- Michelle Carstensen, ing seasons. The reddish wildlife health program summer coat tunas into a supervisor faded gray or brown color B-Squad girls fall to Panthers By Coach Adam Kletscher TMB 56 - WWG 25 The Chargers played host to the TMB Panthers last Tuesday at home in a non- conference match-up. The girls played well defensively early in the contest keeping the Panther offensive attack at bay. The Panthers made some adjustments and out- rebounded the Chargers, opening up fast break oppor- tunities that they took advan- tage of. The girls played hard, but just didn't have enough against the deep Panthers. Next week looks to be a busy one for the Charger girls as they play Tuesday, Thursday and Friday• Avoree Bakken led the Chargers with 11 points, 6 rebounds and 1 steal• Emma Woelber 9 points, 1 steal, 3 assists• McKenzie Deprez 2 points, 4 rebounds, 1 steal. Kenna Wahl 2 points, 1 steal. Theresa Merrick 1 point, 3 assists, 1 block• Morgan Dennistoun 2 blocks• 4/3 31/11 Mix of sun Mostly and clouds• cloudy and windy• Highs in the low 30s and lows in the low teens• 18/11 A few snow showers pos- sible, windy. & area subscibers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... Bubai Food Store 507-859-2160 For your convenience there is a toll-free number at our Westbrook Office ve inn 1-800-410-1859 If you have questions or would like to place an ad or order printing please call the above number. South Central College Hosts Ag Symposium nor re A honor roll 5th grade: Bethany Byers, Lexi Herding, Samuel Kleven, Nathan Kuehl, Hunter Lien, Ethan Mischke, Ivy Paplow, Emma Wahl 6th grade: Camryn Bunting, Madison Dennistoun, Samuel Helmer, Katherine Jorgenson, Jace Paplow, Nathan Ross, Kora Wahl B honor roH 5th grade: Mason Dallenbach, Erik Knudson, Cameron Lohre, Ethan Swenhaugen, Pachi Vang, Samuel Villa, Louitym Vue, Alexus Yang, Houa Yang 6th grade: Hunnter Bloch, Kayla Reimers, Marshall Soleta, Halle Steen, Allison Vande Kiefl CLASSIFIED ADS 19/-20 6/-9 More clouds Times of sun than sun. and clouds. Highs in the Highs in the upper teens mid single and lows -18 digits and to -22F. lows -7 to - I1F. Experts to share the cutting-edge presentations latest trends with area and discussion. The event agribusiness producers is scheduled for Tuesday, Today's agricultural pro- February 19, 2014, from ducers are adapting to a 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. South landscape that is constantly Central College, located changing. They are expect- at 1920 Lee Boulevard in ed to be economists, cam- North Mankato, MN, will modity specialists, finan- host all activities in its John ciers, brokers, mechanics, Votca Conference Center. transportation logisticians, Scheduled to appear are managers, and more. Dr. Michael Boehlje and South Central College's Dr. David Kohl. Both are Foundation is providing a experts in their respective one-day professional devel- field and will introduce opment opportunity to assist conference attendees to the area farm families keeping a 'new rules' facing 21 st cen- finger on the pulse of their tury ag producers• They will dynamic industry, also be providing attendees South Central College with "new tools" to address Foundation is proud to these challenges, making announce the sixth annual them more productive and New Tools for New Rules profitable farm managers. Agricultural Symposium• A brief bio of each speaker This regional professional follows. development opportunity is Lunch is included in the designed for all agricultur- ticket price• al producers• New Tools For more information, brings world-class speak- contact Tami Reuter, SCC's ers to the campus of South Foundation Executive Central College for a day of Directoi" at 507-389-7342 Area news briefs Fuida Free Press - Coach Aaron Cheadle took five Jr. High Knowledge Bowl teams to compete in the Region 8 Knowledge Bowl Championship. One of the teams placed first place defeating Windom's team for the honor• Team members were Claire Westra, Millie Piper, Frances Piper, Levi Spittle and Sam Cheadle. Lamberton News - Tom Dobson, son of Pastor Homer and Betty Dobson, has become the pastor at Lamberton Church of Christ as of January 1. Pastor Homer has officially retired. Tom and his wife, Nancy, moved to Tracy in the latter part of 2013 from Los Angeles, CA. Murray County News - Personnel matters approved at the recent MCC School Board meeting included the resignation of social studies teacher Tarry Boelter and elementary teach- er Ardis Andert. Custodian Bruce Freeburg's resignation was also accepted. Tracy Headlight Herald - Pastor Eric Natwick has accepted a call tO serve the congregation of Tracy Lutheran Church beginning February 1. Pastor Natwick has been an associate pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church in St. Peter for the past 16 years. Tracy Lutheran has been without a full-time pastor since Pastor Elton Jorde resigned in August 2012. Windom Citizen - A major office project moved closer to reality, Tuesday to seek an option on the Towlerton Motors site in Windom. At the recent commissioner's meeting a motion was approved unanimously to have Commissioner Tom White contact Lee Towlerton and discuss with him about a purchase option on the Towlerton site. 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