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6 Wednesday January 29, 2014 $1.00 AX AND FINANCE FEATURE i PAGE 7 ,,tlPr4.tRnt,|)ti,i,,iltr,l,,nl,i"#ii'l'lll'i'hrilh ,,,,*,,*"*'-'*'i' ADC 50g02 SmallTownPapers Inc 09/13/99 217 W COTA ST SHELTON. WA 98584-2 IIl[ll[I)llljIIl!!l!l(l!llll, Volume No. 29 NUMBER 23 10 PAGES Plus supplements in local edition i i i ............... iiiiiiiin iiii1,111111 i  i ii iiiiiiii S *Most activities in the area were cancelled Sunday, and schools state wide were mostly closed Monday Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune SPECIAL Once again very high winds connected with extreme cold weather has brought the area to a literal standstill on the past Sunday. A huge polar air mass began moving into the area Sunday afternoon, with overnight tem- peratures plummeting to 17 below zero. Along with it, winds Sunday afternoon raged at a sus- tained speed of 40 miles per hour with gusts up to 50 plus miles per hour. Combined with the extreme cold, area law enforcement was recommending no travel until early Monday morning. Early Monday morning a vehicle slid offthe road and landed on its top about a half mile north of Westbrook on County Road 7. Cottonwood County Deputy Jayd Soderholm was investigating. Soderholm commented, the department had a busy night rescuing people all night during the storm. It seems people just don't understand how dangerous it is when there is this type of conditions. Early Monday morning crews in Westbrook and Walnut Grove were busy cleaning the streets, having most of the work done by day light. Monday the temperature was only expected to climb to minus eight or nine degrees. Temperatures Monday night were expected to get even cold- er, bottoming out at around below zero. Many closed on Luverne to Snow Week Coronation -- Winter Wonderland 2014 Snow Coronation kicks off with crowning of Snow Week King and Queen Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WWG -- After having to crowd in Spring Week with the early graduation, school authori- ties switched back to a Snow Week format. Things got underway with emcees Scan McCroskey and Steffanie Ankrum, introducing the usher and usherette Tristan Joel, and Mady Johnson. After that the class attendants were introduced. Ninth grade - Adam Hass, and Emma Woelber; tenth . grade - Mariah Olson, and Jacob Otto; eleventh grade - Tarynn Dallenbach, and Logan Weis. King and Queen candidates were: Dylan Albertson, Sheri Columbus, Alex Bums, Si Vue, Tyson Berg, Pakou Vue, Hunter Gilb, Mai Her Xiong, Eli Gundermann, Zua Her, Brody Williams and Shiney Her. Next as part of the Winter Music Show: Kaylee Mischke played "The Prayer" by Lorie Line on the piano. That was fol- lowed by Chue Yee Xiong sing- ing "Just the Way You Are" by Bruno Mars. Winter On page 10 Zuag Paj Her sang 'Hero' by Mariah Carey. Queen Shiney and King Brady. 2014 Snow Week Royalty Front from left: Mady Johnson, Tarynn Dallenbach, Zua Her, Pakou Vue, Sheri Columbus, Queen Shiney Her, King Brady Williams, Si Vue, Mai Her Xiong, Mariah Olson, Emma Woelber. Back row: Tristan Joel, Logan Weis, Eli Gundermann, Tyson Berg, Alex Burns, Hunter Gilb, Jacob Otto, and Adam Hass. ' tNDEX : EDUCATION PAGE 2 TAX & FINANCE PAGE 7 iN SIDE PAGE 3 CALENDAR PAGE 8 VIEWPOINT PAGE 4 CLASSIFIED ADS PAGE 9 FAITH &. FAMILY PAGE 5 AREA NEWS PAGE 10 COMMUNITY PAGE 6 V INTER ,!',PORTS [>AGE 3, 8 INFORMATION CIRCULATION CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING 507-274-6136 OR 800-410-1859 Please read and recycle Printed with Soybased Ink Copyright 2014 Sentinel Tribune