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SENTINEL TRIBUNE On Record Wednesday, February 18, 2004 i!  ' COURT 00,,EWS ASK A TROOPER OBITUARI COTTONWOOD COUNTY DISRTICT COURT February 6 - 12, 2004 Speeding: $110.00 Beth Ann Jorgenson, Edina, MN; Christopher Landon Kilbourn, Sioux Falls, SD; Travis Jon Klein, Mpls, MN; Jason Michael Schulz, Cambridge, MN; Erik James Stolhanske. Los Angeles, CA; Nancy Kay Winter, Plymouth, MN; Keith Glynn Coffey, Lancaster, TX; Brian Neil Phillips, St. Paul, MN; Todd Michael Selle, Hutchinson, MN, DL sus- pended on 12/08/03, rein- state on 2/09/04; Cy Thomas Amundson. Worthington, MN; Ryan James Harder, Delft, MN $120.00 - Laura Kaye Magnuson, St. Paul, MN; Mark Leon Veurink, Windom, MN; Nathan Thomas Jaqua, Sioux Falls, SD Seatbelt: $90.00 - William Joseph Petersen, Worthington, MN $95.00 - Rudy Alan Ahlbrech, Windom, MN; Christina Sophia Ziegler, LaSalle, MN; Mark Samuel Nordby, Farmington, MN Snow Parking: $28.00- Betty Yochem, Westbrook, MN; Tony Fornberg, Westbrook, MN; Patrick Booze, Westbrook, MN; Briana Miller, Storden, MN; Gail Klavetter, Westbrook, MN No MN DL: $120.00 - Carlos Rodolfo Hernandez Tiscareno, Mt. Lake, MN; $170.00 - Patrick Muongkhot, Jaclson, MN; $270.00 - Rage Abidillahi Mohamud, Norfolk, NE, stayed $100.00, pay by 2/2/04, pay as ordrd, no misd>viols 1 yr; $216.50 - Pamela Christine Stands, Tracy, MN Driving after revoc: $170.00 - Randall James Thorn, Windom, MN, jail/prison stayed 30 days for 1 yrs, pay as ordrd, no misd>viols 1 yr. No MN DL Rvk ot s : $170.00 - Rhett Michael Thomas, Jeffers, MN, $100.00 stayed, no msd>viols 1 yr. Viol. Instr. Permit: $120.00 - Fiberto Cavazos, III, Mt. Lake, MN; Lisa Marie Eckstrand, Windom, MN Parking 2-6 a.m.: $120.00 - Monica Anna Ibarra, Worthington, MN Disobey traffic sign: $120.00 - Andrew Carl Ludvigson, Windom, MN NSF check: $120.00 - Jeffrey Alan Peterson, Windom, MN $56.56 restitu- tion Fair to yield stop sign: $120.00 - Eva Cuperus Schmidt, Windom, MN Dog disturbing peace: $90.00 - Michael Edward Thon, Windom, MN, pay $20; no s/s viol I yr. Snowmobile fail to stop: $110.00 - Philip Jay Kirchner, Dundee, MN Over regstrd gr. wght - pmd: - $370.00 Bruce Roberts Burnham, Brewster, MN, pay within 10 days or perfect an appeal. Speed/Driving W/O License: $85.00 - Pamela Christine Stands, Sioux Falls, SD, stayed 30 days for 1 yr,-pay as ordrd; have no msd>viols. 1 yr, including being prop. licensed, reg, or insured. Speed/Seatbelt: $145.00 Julian Sanmiguel, Mt. Lake, MN Domestic Assault, 5th deg.: $70.00 - Lars John Hottel, Windom, MN, sis 80 hrs in lieu of fine, complete anger mgt flw recm, no con- tact at 2950 Matthew Drive, Windom, MN. RVS Display non-current reg: $90.00 - Alan Michael Saffert, Windom, MN Speed, DAS, No proof of insurance: $530.00 - Sergey V. Bombeshko, Phymouth, MN, stayed 10 days for 1 yr. pay as ordrd, no msd> niols 1 yr. Expired DL: $165.00 - Hermena J. Johnson, St. James, MN Official Weather Station-2004 Air Date Temp (F) Max Min Max Min 2-10 27 0 27 7 2-11 34 -3 26 6 2-12 21 -2 26 6 2-13 13 -3 27 7 2-14 30 3 29 9 2-15 6 -14 28 8 2-16 14 -14 26 7 Historic Precip Cumin. Precip Air Temp Daily for 2004 ('m.) in. Current Historic 0.01 0.82 0.77 0.00 0.82 0.79 0.01 0.83 0.81 0.00 0.83 0.82 0.00 0.83 0.82 0.00 0.83 0.85 0.00 0.83 0.87 By Sgt. Kathy Pederson MN State Patrol Trooper Kathy: What is the difference between reckless driving and care- less driving? Both careless and reckless are under the same statute but are different subdivi- sions and are used very dif- ferently. Let's start with the lesser of the two; Careless driving: Any person who operates or halts any vehicle upon any street or highway carelessly or heedlessly in a disregard of the rights of oth- ers, or in a manner likely to endanger 'property' any per- son, including the driver or passenger of the vehicle, is guilty of a misdemeanor. Careless is used in a vari- ety of ways. For instance, if a person is tearing around a parking lot in fresh snow or ice; where people could come around at any time, drivers are entering the lot or many obstacles exist. Because property and persons are endangered by the driver's behavior, the charge of care- less would apply. Another careless charge could be if a driver is greatly exceeding the posted speed limit. Many factors would come into play here, such as type of roadway, weather, etc. A partner of mine charged a person with careless when his/her speed exceeded or neared 100 mph on a rural two lane highway. Careless is a significant charge and not to be taken lightly. Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 1-800-410-1859 SW Research and Outreach Center University of Minnesota Lamberton, MN 56152 Daily Soil Temp (F) Cant HDD Snow Daily Average (since 10/1) in. 2" 4" 8" Current Historic 0.00 29 30 29 5007 5077 0.00 29 30 30 5058 5126 0.00 29 - 30 30 5108 5175 0,00 29 30 29 5163 5223 0.00 28 29 29 5223 5269 0.00 28 29 29 5272 5316 0.00 27 28 29 5341 5364 Reckless is a little differ- ent and not charged as often. The significant piece of this subdivision being; "drives any vehicle.. [with] willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property' is guilty of a misdemeanor." Generally, the consequence for reckless will be more severe than careless. .An example of reckless driving would be traveling 50 mph in a school zone when children are present. School zones generally are posted 20 mph before and after school. Another example would be playing 'Chicken' with an oncoming vehicle. It is obvi- ous how severe this charge is. I would also like to men- tion that charging either reckless or careless is not restricted to vehicles on the public roadway; included areas would be "ice of any lake, stream or river, boundary waters; or in a parking lot ordinarily used- by the public - a driveway connecting such parking lot with the street or highway." This pretty much means most places you would find most vehicles. If you have any questions regarding traffic safety and or its law, please write Sgt. Kathryn Pederson at MN State Patrol, PO Box 344B, Marshall, MN 56258. Sgt. Pederson will not offer advice on specific situations or real events that involve law enforcement. Births Lucas Paul Milton Ve sedy Ryan, Meghan Tori Vesey announce the birth of their brother, Lucas Paul Milton Vesey, who was born at 11:35 a.m. on Saturday, February 7. 2004 at Windom Area Hospital. Lucas weighed 6 lbs, 5 3/4 oz. and was 19 1/2 inches long. Parents are Tami and Paul Vesey of Windom. Grandparents are David and Nancy Herder of Renville, and Everett and Dixie Vesey of Emmetsburg, IA. Great-grandmothers are MarNe Bakken of Walnut Grove and Hazel Vesey of Rochester. Murray County 4-H Calendar February 20 4-H Fundraiser ends; orders due to club leader February 21 4-H Exchange Fam.ilies Fundraiser at Slayton Area Farm & Home Show, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., MCC Gym Richard Lawrence Funeral services Richard Lawrence Fogel February 13, 2004 at Church, Westbrook, MN. Buresh officiated at the Organist was Betty" was Eunice Christensen. ers were Daniel Jacob Bruce Jorgenson, Jeff Barrie, Alan Anderson. ket bearers were Daniel Goettig, Derick Goettig, Jacob, Nathan Jacob, Joshua Jacob, Stephan Cooley, Teresa Jacob, Kelly J. Jacob. Interment was held at the Cemetery, Westbrook, MN, Richard died February 9, 2004 at his home in MN at the age of 52 years, 4 months and 17 Richard was born September 22, 1951, in to Lawrence and Bonita (Boster) Fogel. He and confirmed at Grace Lutheran Church in attended and graduated from Westbrook Public 1969. Following graduation, Rick attended Community College for two years, Waverly, Iowa and Luther Seminary in St. He returned to Westbrook and was em Windom for 26 years. Rick was very active in a leader and helping with camping trips. Rick church work, where he taught Sunday confirmation students. He served on Grace Church Council, did the narration for the Christmas and tata and sang solos. He was active on a pool league, enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping, sports. He was an avid Minnesota Rick was good natured, compassionate, and to everyone. He loved life. Survivors include his parents Lawrence and of Westbrook; a sister Bonnie (Don) Jacob of and nephews Teresa (Jeff) Goettig with their and Derick; Daniel (Kelly Ann) Jacob with Nathan, Brandi, and Joshua Darren (Kelly J.) their children Timothy and Stephanie; as we l aunts, uncles and other relatives, friends and Preceding him in death were his grandparents. Margaret Carrie Funeral servmes were held for Margaret Monday, February 16, 2004 at Trinity Walnut Grove, MN. Burial was in the Cemetery. Margaret Carlson, of Sioux Falls, formerly died February 11, 2004 at Bethany Lutheran in Sioux Falls, SD. Margaret was bornat Garden City, MN on 1913 to Nels and Mary Peterson. She was Lutheran faith and confirmed at Zion Lutheran Lake Crystal, MN on June 23, 1926. She ber there until her marriage in 1934, when Trinity Lutheran Church at Walnut Grove. She Welcome Memorial School in Garden City, uated from high school in 1931. Following her parents' deaths and sale of the she moved to Mankato where she was in an attorney's home. Later she moved to where she worked on a dairy farm. It was then and later married her husband, Fred Carlson. north of Walnut Grove most of their lives. Two Roger were born to this marriage. Survivors include her son Roger (Ellen) of daughter-in-law Barbara of New UIm; six eleven great grandchildren; two great-g several cousins, nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death were her parents; son Richard, April 24, 2000; granddaughter great granddaughter; two brothers and five Free Colorado spruce trees Ten free Colorado blue spruce trees will be given to each person who joins The National Arbor Day Foundation during February 2004. Colorado blue spruces have silver blue- green color and a compact conical shape. 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