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I RECORD I g. FAMILY INDEX PAGE 2 PAGE 3 PAGE 4 PAGE 5 PAGE 6 PAGE 7 PAGE 8 COMMUNITY SPORTS SPORTS PUBLIC NOTICE CLASSIFIED AREA FOCUS PAGE 9 PAGE 1 0 PAGE 11 PAGE ] 2 PAGE 1 3 PAGE 1 4 PLUM ORE INVITATIONAL i TOURNEY i 1 PAGE 10 J J 75 28,2004 " cents entinel ribune VOLUME NO. 19 NUMBER 21 14 PAGES Plus supplements in local edition n snto Iness and rial Arts ram Merchant Tribune -- Superintendent Loy Ufformed the board of a generous to the school. The donation of made by Maylen Peterson for pdeevelopment of the Wellness terson also donated $10,000 to Arts program to purchase luipment. Kuehl special ed instructor the special ed process works. there m a problem assessing some students. It is hard some- if they are having prob- the language barrier, or if there how class room teachers in the Special are to conduct pre- and refer students if as a team evaluation and planning. one IEP (individu- plan), and communicate and other team members. ed teacher will assist with interventions when needed. Parent to set up referral review meeting. Conduct testing, consent. Explain testing ffter qualifying students under a a IEP is written up. In the goals/objectives, adapta- and interagency services are home on progress as much ed. reports with report notes. Maylen Peterson Continued on page 14 Lions $400 Van Loh Tribune January 19, the Westbrook held its postponed Christmas at Peterson Estates. The meet- with a pork barbeque meal and by the Westbrook/Walnut Jazz group who sang a num- carols. Buresh, Storden, gave a Salvation Army activities in the All monies collected in County are distributed in the 8he accepted a $200 check from Woelber, Westbrook/Walnut superintendent, talked about impact of the Hmongs in Sheryl Kopperud gave a Peterson Estates. Move-in date apartments is May 1. She check - from the Lions for Project at the Estates. $100 is donated to the leader dog pro- of charter member Harley \\; \\;\ ,.\\;\ x&apos;,\\; ' < \\;\ \\;\\\\x \\; 7/7 1 315 Mostly Snow show- cloudy and ers at times. windy wilh snow show- ers. DOG GONE SNOWY WALNUT GROVE -- Monday Morning the school play ground was full of kids romping in the snow. It is the first substantial snow in several weeks so they were really having fun in the fresh white stuff. WALNUT GROVE-- While the kids played in the fresh snow others had the task of clearing it from their walks and driveways Some shoveled the snow by hand while others used snow blowers to make quick work of the task. WALNUT GROVE -- The winter storm dumped about 6- 10 Inches of snow by the time it was all done Tuesday evening. The storm left up to 20 inch- es in some parts of northern Minnesota. Tuesday morning the tempera - turps dropped to about 12 below zero. Dovray begins Centennial plans By Carolyn Van Loh Sentinel Tribune Over thirty people gathered Thursday evening at the Dovray Car5 to plan for the town's centennial celebration, scheduled for July 11 and 12, 2004. Delores Schmitt, Booster Club president, conducted the meeting. We want everybody's ideas, she stated as the meeting started. Most of the activities will be held in the city park. Steve and Sue Johnson are in charge of the parade. It will start at 3 PM on Saturday. The fire department will super- vise a tractor pull. A volleyball tourna- ment, kids activities, and a supper catered by T-Tommy's Saturday night followed by a dance are other activities being planned. Exhibits planned for the two-day cele- bration include a car show/display (contact Luther Tostengard), old tractor display (contact Wesley Lindstrom), kiddie pet show (contact Peggy Klasse), and history center (contact Janice Tostengard). Volunteers are working to make the day memorable for all who attend. The next planning meeting is set for March 9, 6 PM. There will be a potluck meal before the annual meeting of the booster club. More detailed information on the centennial will be announced as plans for the various activities are final- ized. The Southwest Minnesota Farmer A newspaper for and about the business of farming By Jim Hensley General Manager Every business has its trade journals. In the newspaper business it is our state association weekly newsletter, slick glossy printing magazines, Editor and Publisher magazine and many more. Most of the information on their pages which applies to us in Southwest Minnesota will also apply to the southeast part of the state, or country for that matter. The same cannot be said for agricul- ture; it is geographically unique in many ways. The Southwest Minnesota Farmer, a trade publication that addresses the issues of farming specific to the eight most southwestern counties of our state, is designed specifically for growers in our area and the businesses that serve them. Our original plan called for coverage of just four counties Jackson, Martin, Watonwan, and Cottonwood, but even before our fn'st publication we received enough requests for additional coverage that we have added four more western counties Nobles, Rock, Murray and Pipestone We hope you will find the contents of this publication valuable in the planning and production of your enterprise, the columns informative and entertaining when intended, the opinion pages thought provoking, and the lifestyle features engaging. 171-2 Chance of a fe "," snow ,howers. }tighs in the Upper len and low', 0 to -,4H. .,,x\\; 14/0 A few now showers. Highs in the mid teens and lows 2 to -2F_ The Farmer Continued on page 14 CHARGER SPORTS PAGE 7, 10, 11 INFORMATION CIRCULATION !1 CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING 507-274-6136 OR 800-410-1859 Please read and recycle Printed with Soybased Ink Copyright 2003 Sentinel Tribune i ii 51