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SENTINEL TRIBUNE N Wednesday, March 6, 2013 Page 2 COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT From page I February 22 - March 1, Driving without a valid 2013 license: $100.00 - Maria A. Speeding: $120.00 - Gutlerrez, Windom, MN Francisco J. Casillas, Give peace office false Worthington, MN; Jason J. name/b'day/ID card: Schmit, Maple Grove, MN;$580.00-Tanya K. Morrison, Brennan J. Holmen, Comfrey, Windom MN, local confine- MN $140.00 - Curtis D. ment: stayed 90 days for 1 yr, Hansen, Chaska, MN; Willie supervised probation 1 yr., J. Anderson, Mankato, MN remain law-abiding Failure to stop: $130.00 - Falsely reporting crime: Jessica M. Brummer, Jennifer K. Anderson, Westbrook, MN; Maria A. Windom, MN, local confine- Gutierrez, Windom, MN ment: 90 days D firl: $605.00 - Keri E. Disorderly conduct: Rode, Windom, MN, $380.00 stayed $200.0 until Chemical dependency eval/ 3/1/2014 - Sahra A. Nour, treatment, complete within 30 Windom, MN, local confine- days, follow recommenda- ment: stayed 30 days for 1 yr, tions ofeval, pay fin~ ;. ~,n . by 10/1/13 lations for 1 yr, no contact Driving after revocation: with victim(s), unsupervised $280.00 - Leonardo Omelas, probation Windom, MN Area news briefs Fuida Free Press - The Fulda Women of Today chapter was dissolved as of December 31, 2012. The chapter lost its Women of Today MN State affiliation in May of 2012. The Fulda's Women of Today Chapter was started in 1980 when the Windom Jaycees Women began a chapter extension to Fulda. Lamberton News - There will be a change in the manage- ment position at Wilson Trailers as Gary Pilaczynski steps down and present foreman Dave Hanneman will be assuming those duties as of Tuesday of this week. Gary has vacation time coming and will use it before stepping down April 19. Murray County News - As the Great Plains Zoo & Delbridge Museum of Natural History in Sioux Falls, SD, prepares for a new exciting exhibit of Snow Monkeys, the entrance is being redesigned. Paul Hartberg, Heron Lake, and his father, Juhl have designed and created what has become the new entrance to the zoo. When the Hartbergs hear about the project they submitted a bid and was notified in July they got the bid and it needed to be completed by the end of November. Tracy Headlight Herald - Last August, the council accepted a $156,000 bid from Champion Coatings of Savage to clean and repaint the city's water tower, with work to begin this spring. As things stand now, the bell will be painted white and the pedestal blue, with the City of Tracy's train logo and the name "Tracy" painted on the white bell. The underside of the bell would also be painted blue. Windom Citizen - A burglar alarm at Peterson Jewelry, Windom alerted police to a possible break-in early Tuesday morning. Upon arriving at the scene, Officer Josh Partlow found a hole in the glass window of the store's back door. A :in all black, later identified as Christopher Michael ':Ptrkins, 29, of Minneapolis, has been charged with third- degree burglary and is being held at the Cottonwood County Law Enforcement Center. 35/25 Considerably cloudy, windy. Highs in the mid 30s and lows in the mid 20s. I 38/31 Times of sun and clouds. Highs in the upper 30s and lows in the low 30s. 35/28 Occasional showers pos- sible. Highs in the mid 30s and lows in the upper 20s. 36/81 Showers pos- sible. Highs in the mid 30s and lows in the low 30s. t~"~, ..... 37/26 Rain and snow show- ers. Highs in the upper 30s and lows in the mid 20s. 2009 Am~ Locally Mary and Martha's Pantry is staffed by director Kathy Zens, and vol- unteers Carol Olsem, Roger Bunkers, Mary and Dennis Lidtke, Mary Ann Gross, and Fran Falk. Mary & Martha's Pantry -Donation drop off hours: Mondays 1:30-3:30 p.m.; PO Box 71, Westbrook, MN 56183. Food Shelf Hours for cli- ents: Mondays 1:30-3:30 p.m. Food Shelf Street Address: 1st Ave., Westbrook, We greatly appreciate your support and effort in this March Food Drive. Again all donations stay local. Together, we can make a dif- ference in our community! These young Charger fans were cheer- ing their team in the first round of the section playoffs last Thursday night. Answers for the Science Quiz on page seven 1) True 2) False 3) metabolic 4) c 5) e & area subscibers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... Bubai Food Store 507-859-2160 From page 1 For your convenience there is a toll-free number at our Westbrook Office 1-800-410-18.59 IPIES If you have questions or like to place an ad or order printing please call the above number. In the United States it was first implemented in 1918. It incorrectly was thought the move was made to benefit farm- ers. In reality the agriculture industry was deeply opposed to it. The sun, not the clock, dictated farmer's schedules, and it was very disruptive for them. The urban areas were more in favor of it, because it helped retail outlets and recreational businesses. For many years Daylight Saving Time was a mish mash of local practices ofcitys, states, and counties. In 1966 Congress passed the Uniform Time Act, standardizing daylight saving time from the last Sunday in Aprilto the Last Sunday in October. Although states had the option to stay on standard time throughout the year. In 2007 Daylight Saving Time in the U.S. was lengthened, it now starts on the second weekend in March, and ends the first weekend in November. Arizona, Hawaii, and several U.S.Territories do not observe daylight saving time. Around the world about one quarter of the world's population observe daylight saving time in 70 countries. Countries near the equator do not observe daylight saving, as there is little change in the amount of daylight in those areas. 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