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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Ins,ide Wednesday, January 29, 2014 Page 3 Please! Enough already -- 00rom 00a,e, A spokesperson from the Minnesota Highway Patrol said, this was the first time he could remember putting out a no travel warning for the metropolitan area. The temperatures are expected to moderate some- time on Tuesday, climbing slightly out of the minus temperatures. Wednesday things are to improve with a high of 29 predicted. However the rest of the week temperatures will be in the high teens through the week- end. There will only be one more below zero temperature with the temperature Thursday night dropping to 5 below. Considering the past weather, that will be some- what welcome to most hearty Minnesotans. Monday morning Walnut Grove Street supervisor Tom Hansen was cleaning intersections after the weekend storm. Above: Lee Madson was bundled up blowing snow Monday morning in Westbrook. Left: This lady in Walnut Grove was moving snow the old fashion way using a shovel. WWG Drama Department presenting 0 Act Play Public performance of WWG One Act Play will be held Thursday, January 30 at 7 p.m. and Friday, January 31 at 2:15 p.m. in the WWG Auditorium in Westbrook. The title is "How To Kiss a Girl" by Wade Bradford. The play moves to ,,o, One Act Competition on Saturday, Feb 1 in Pipestone. Submitted photo WWG second quarter honor roll A Honor roll 7th grade: Joel Byers, 7th grade: Daniel Jerome Davis, Brittany DeSmith, Talitha Horkey, Erickson, MaKayla Ewy, Jacob Kleven, Anna Larson, Parker Freeburg, Emily Ben Olson, Andrew Quade, Onken, Grace Woelber, Skyler Swenhaugen, Gracie Levi Yang Wahl, Linda Xiong 8th grade: Addison 8th grade: Lincoln Beaty, Matthew Burns, John Anderson, Miranda Carrell, Matthew Deprez, Ankurm, Jordyn Berg, Amanda Hanson, Elias Abraham Her, Kyle Kuehl, Lorenzo, Theresa Merrick, Anthony Ross, Mariah Kelly Truedson, Regan Soleta, Xeng Vang, Lina Truedson, MacKenzie Vue, Kenna Wahl Weis, Lue Yang 9th grade: Calle 9th grade: Stacy Hanson, Anderson, Megan DeSmith, Jack Jorgenson, Tyler Cassidy Mischke, Makenna Keithahn, Matthew Kleven, Takle, Pahnia Vue, Yet Beth Nelson, JaredSanchez, Xiong Meng Yang, Sai Yang 10th grade: Nicholas 10th grade: McKenzie Berg, Morgan Dennistoun, Deprez, Kenji Hang, Abby Herding, Samantha Kennedy Her, Cynthia Hotzler, Mariah Olson, Lohre, Ashton Quade Jacob Otto, Juliana llth grade: Lane Pederson Anderson, Brandon l lth grade: Tarynn Balsavage, Marshall Garbe, Dallenbach, Payton Sawyer Helgeson, Tristan Determan, Kaylan Glenn, Joel, Haley Kindschy, Tyler Zuag Paj Her, Sophie Schoborg, Dina Vosberg, Horkey, Mitchell Jarmer, Bee Xiong, Seng Xiong, Madeline Johnson, Deziree Xue Yang Koenig, Kaylee Mischke, 12th grade: Dylan Sheng Thao, Elizabeth Alberton, Matthew Benson, Woelber Shane Buchman, Alexander 12th grade: Tyson Bums, Alexa Byers, Hunter Berg, Levi Bunting, Gilb, Zua Her, Matthew Dayna Comnick, Eli Otto, Brody Williams, Gundermann, Shiney Her, James Woelber, Mai Her Trey Kockelman, Andrew Xiong, Steven Yang, Tom Pederson, Madison Takle, Yang Pakou Vue, Benzie Yang B Honor Roll Sentinel Tribune wins !photo award ,Sentinel Tribune editor and photogra- oher receives award rom Merchant Sentinel Tribune SPECIAL -- This past week Tom and June Merchant attended the Minnesota Newspaper Convention at the Double Tree Hilton in Bloomington. Merchant received a sec- ond place award for his photo of a young girl participating in the Laura and Nellie Contest at the Walnut Grove Family Festival last July. The award was presented at the MNA Better Newspaper Contest last Thursday evening. The award was in the Portraits and Personality photo divi- ;ion for newspapers under 1,500 circulation. The judges comment was "The j oy of the moment shows in the little girl's face and eyes." There were over 3,900 entries in all categories in this years contest. Newspapers from this area i receiving awards included: the Marshall Independent, Worthington Globe Pipestone County Star, Cottonwood County Citizen, Tracy Headlight Herald, and, The Lakefield Standard. SCHOOL MENu Jan. 29 - Feb. 5, 2014 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at l 1:30 a.m. each operating day. Wednesday: Meatloaf, parsley potatoes, mixed veg- gies, oranges Thursday: Pork loin, baked potato, carrots, fruit crisp Friday: Soup, sandwich Monday: Ham egg bake, hash browns, muffin Tuesday: Chili, cheese sandwich, pears Wednesday: Roast beef, mashed potatoes, green beans Menus subject to change For reservations call Angle at The Recipe, 274-5352 by noon one day in advance. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. Attention! The Sentinel Tribune is looking for interesting photos from past area wedding receptions for our up coming bridal section. Photos can be submitted by mail, email, or in person. Homeowners and business owners should watch for a buildup of ice on or above their gas meters and service reg- ulators. Snowfall and temperature changes can combine to create potentially hazardous conditions for the operation of gas util- ities. When snow melts from roofs or eaves and drips onto me- ters and gas service regulators, it usually re-freezes, forming an ice block that can seal off the vent on the gas service reg- ulator. With the vent sealed, the regulator doesn't work properly and one of two things could happen. Gas pressure can build up inside the building, resulting in a fire or explosion or the lack of flow will result in loss of service and no heat. Either situation is serious. Outside meter and service regulator sets should be kept clear of dripping water and snow accumulation. Snow re- moved from driveways, walks, streets or parking lots should not be placed near a meter set, service regular or other gas facility. And if your regulator does become covered with ice, don't try to remove the ice by yourself, because you could damage the equipment. Call your natural gas supplier and have it done safely. Contractors, residents and building owners should exercise caution when removing ice and snow from areas around a building, as well. Neither the blown snow nor snow removal equipment itself should come in contact with utilities. If you smell gas, lose service, or your appliances are mal- functioning, leave your home, go to a neighbor's and call your natural gas supplier immediately. Call Joan at 507- 274- 6136 or 800-410- 1859 to see your business featured here 507-274-5352 ;!ii!!'!! i! !iiiiii!!00!i!00iiii!!ii !!! !i i !ii+:i ii iiiiiii00iiii!0000iiii00iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iil iii i iii00ii0000ii :;:i ;::ii ii!i!i! :i i i:: i ;: ::: : .... 0i 212513 shady Drive In orders/pre-rders are .,:i, TO-gO alwayS welcome ' Hw 30. storden 507-445-3414 0 en Mort - Sat. 6:00 a.m. P sunday 10:30 a.m. We strive to be the best place in town to have a drink, play pool or darts and meet friends, otd and new. 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