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SENTINEL TRIBUNE C'N RI00CORD Wednesday, March 30, 2011 Page 2 BOWLING NEWS National Farmers Lamberton Lanes Monday Night Ladies March 21, 2011 Legion/Darts Repr. 33.5-18.5 Slipper Inn 31-21 Wanda Insurance 28.5-23.5 Westbrook VFW 27.5-24.5 Fischer Farms 26-26 Kronbach Flooring25.5-26.5 Lamberton Lanes 22 - 30 Striking Image Salon 14 - 38 High Games Jerry Field Lydell Sik Mel Hammerschmidt High Series Lydell Sik Jerry Field Mel Hammerschmidt Lamberton Lanes Thursday Merchants March 24, 2011 High Games Wanda Legion 29 - 23 Amy Gramstad 226 Kibble 27.5 - 24.5 Darla Haugen 208 Dans Repair 27 - 25 Kathy Tordsen 173 Gravediggers 27 - 25 High Series Our Own Hardware 23 - 29 Amy Gramstad 485 Kronbach Firing. 22.5 - 29.5 Darla Haugen 475 Nancy Boeck 462 High Games Dan Lingle Lamberton Lanes Gary Mattison Tuesday Mens George Hansen March 22, 2011 High Series XYZZYX 20 - 12 Dan Lingle Lamberton Lanes 19 - 13 Glendon Dahmes Hoyt Oil & Convert. 19 - 13 George Hansen WG Bar/Grill 18 - 14 Jerry's Carpet Ser. 12 - 20 BYE 8 - 24 Social Security celebrates Earth Day every day By Elizabeth Anders Social Security District Manager Fairmont, MN This Earth Day (April 22) and every day, Social Security is committed to conserving energy and reducing waste. Social Security has buildings across the nation that boast high- efficiency lighting, solar hot water heating systems, high- performance windows, solar lighting in parking lots, improved HVAC systems, chilled water system improvements, and much more. What's more, Social Security offers many of our popular services online. These services are more than 239 238 187 MN and State Farmers Union members Merlyn and 594 Sandy Hubin and Marlene 580 Gleason were among more 532 than 500 attendees at National Farmers Union (NFU)'s 109th annual con- vention in San Antonio, TX March 13 - 14. "NFU's convention is real- ly the foundation of our orga- nization." said NFU President Roger Johnson. "This is where our grassroots mem- bers come together to deter- mine NFU's policy for the coming year, and what issues 240 we need to focus on." 227 The 2011 convention 213 brought together Farmers Union members from across 639 the country and featured dis- 558 cussions on the 2012 Farm 547 Bill, renewable energy, the dairy crisis, biotechnology, and U.S. trade relations. Delegates from each state Farmers Union organization helped shape the direction of the national family farm organization through policy development. Farmers Union delegates passed special orders of busi- ness on a variety of topics. accurate estimate of your future Social Security retire- ment benefits, www. *Prepare for your retire- merit by visiting our Benefits Planner page. You also can go here to use the disability and survivors planners to fmd out how much you or your family might qualify for if the need arises, www. *Retire online! You can complete and submit your retirement application in as little as 15 minutes, www. line * Apply for disability ben- efits, www.socialsecurity. gov/applyfordisability *Apply for Medicare ben- just convenient and easy-to- efits, www.socialsecurity. ....... use. They're also great for gov/medicareonly ::: the environment! So, whether you're interest- ed in planning your retire- ment or applying for disabil- ity, our online office is the most convenient and "green" one to visit. Social Security's online services also top cus- tomer satisfaction lists. For a complete list of our online services, visit www.socialse- Union Convention You can do most Social Security business from the convenience of your home or on any computer. There's no paper, printing, postage, or travel needed. Here are a few of our most popular online services: *Use our Retirement Estimator to get a quick and The delegates voted to urge Congress to include a strong safety net in the 2012 Farm Bill; oppose free trade agree- ments with countries that do not meet U.S. standards for environment, health, and safety; and to support the proposed Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration (GIPSA) rule that would increase competi- tion in livestock markets. "We made a number of important policy decisions at this convention," said Johnson. "We worked through a number of policy areas, including biotech traits coming off-patent, conserva- tion, assistance to struggling dairy farmers, clean energy, and many others. It was a very productive convention, one that allowed our mem- bers an opportunity to make their voices heard." U.S. Department of Agriculture Under Secretary Dallas Tonsager, former U.S. Senator Byron Dorgan, and former Texas Agriculture Commissioner Jim Hightower addressed con- vention attendees. ])NR QUt,00;TION Q: Now is the time for Minnesota residents to contribute to the Department of Natural Resources' (DNR) Nongame Wildlife Checkoff Fund. What is this money used for and how does it help wildlife? A: Donations made to this fund are used by the DNR's Nongame Wildlife Program for a number of comprehensive statewide efforts to help protect and manage the state's "non- game" wildlife species. These species include more than 800 kinds of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish, butter- flies and select invertebrates that are not traditionally hunted or harvested. Funds are also used to implement conservation efforts for threatened and endangered species; to acquire land and ease- ments to protect habitat, manage prairies, forests and wet- lands and create buffer zones along lakeshores; to support educational programs; and to assist private landowners and local governments with habitat management. The specific species that have benefited from these efforts to date are loons, bald eagles, trumpeter swans, peregrine falcons, eastern bluebirds, Blanding's turtles, bats, timber rattlesnakes, great blue herons and other colonial water birds like egrets and grebes. Contribute to the Nongame Wildlife Checkoff Fund on your 2010 Minnesota tax form, or go online at www.dnr.state. - Carrol Henderson, DNR Nongame Wildlife Program supervisor COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT March 18-23, 2011 Speeding $120.00 Nathan David Noerenbreg, Windom, MN; Jeffrey Robert Strazzinski, Hutchinson, MN; Salvador Guillen Cerda, Worthington, MN $220.00 - America Hernandez, Gaylord, MN Driving after suspension: $230.00 - Hugo Sanchez, Mt. Lake, MN Driving after revocation/ Open bottle: $380.00 - Say, Mt. Lake, MN Park in No Parking Zone: $34.00 - Lyle Dean Kelash, Foley, MN Driving after revocation: $280.00 - Becky Ann Weber, Sanborn, MN Failure to stop: $120.00 Maria Eusebia Morales De Orea, Windom, MN $130.00 Daniel Arthur Benz, Windom, MN No parking 2 am-6am: $34.00 - Vanessa Castilleia, Windom, MN; Francisco Javier Casillas, Worthington, MN (2 counts) Seat belt: $105.00 - Travis Scott Beaver, Sioux Center, IA; Kristi Joy Damgaard, Windom, MN; Khamvongsa Khornsawan, Mt. 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Lamberton News - Karen Beranek began her new duties as caretaker of the Lamberton Public Library Monday. She is taking over the duties from her aunt, Linda Werner. Karen and her husband, Chad, presently reside in Salem, ND, but will be moving to a farm south of Lamberton. Karen and Chad are both formerly from the area. Murray County News - Cpl. Michael Grimmius, a patient at the detachment, was presented a Purple Heart for injuries received on deployment last year. Grimmius, of Chandler, enlisted in July 2007, and the 22-year old was deployed to Afghanistan in May 2010. Tracy Headlight Herald - A proposed new residential parking ordinance in Tracy will be the subject at a public meeting coming up. The new regulations specify how many vehicles and recreational units may be parked in yards. Purpose of the ordinance is to prevent "unsightly looking yards. Windom Citizen - Police Chief Jeff Shirkey has announced his retirement. Shirkey's last day of work wilt be May 27. 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