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PAGE PAGE PAGE PAGE FAMILY PAGE PAGE PAGE PAGE INDEX 2 SPORTS PAGE 1 0 3 SPORTS PAGE 11 4 AREA FOCUS PAGE 1 2 5 PUBLIC NOTICE PAGE 13 6 PUBLIC NOTICE PAGE 14 7 CLASSIFIED PAGE 1 5 8 FFA/FCCLA PAGE 16 9 WISHING ON A STAR SPRING WEE PAGEK3 5,2004 cents entinel ' ribune VOLUME NO. 19 NUMBER 35 16 PAGES Plus supplements in local edition FFA Soils 00team tops in State placing second in a row Soils moves to the top Merchant Tribune The group of seniors on the been working together for Andrea Hannah. Jenny Deprez have been judging were freshmen. Cody Jarmer Dibble joined the team as soph- sophomores the team garnered place finish and followed that place finish as,juniors. a taste of success as soph- juniors the group dedicated to working harder to try and spot in the State. work for the Soils team payed team out performed all other for the top honor at the State advisor Linda Carter said, "'this worked very hard. and practiced the past three years." They one on one with the South Dakota State University Soils coaches. That was a big factor in helping the team pick up on the areas they had lost points in the past. The team won the University Soils Invitational the past two years. That real- ly helped the team prepare for the State Contest. 'q'he U of M invitational was very good practice, because it is a lot like state competition." Carter is very proud, recalling when she was a senior here she was on the State Championship General Livestock team. When she took over as FFA advisor her goal was to get another team to win at the state. "It really fires up the other teams," Carter said. The meats team took third. Now they have the desire to take first next year. "'It has a positive effect on all of our teams. It has generated a variety of enthu- siasm for the chapter." We have an exceptional group of sen- iors. They have really shown leadership, they have set the tone for excellence. WWG FFA Continued on page 3 Team members competing in the State Soils CDE during the FFA State Convention included Jordan Dibble, ;ody Jarmer, Andrea Hannan, Jenny Lund, and Emily Depres (alternate). |bmitted photo 9 Week and Aalex Ke!ls were named King and evening at the Spring Week corona- at the high school auditorium. More page 3. to services at St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Westbrook. dies Jackels passed morning at Good Orlando Hanson Center in passed away in of Christian bur- Jackels, age Texas be held at Orlando Hanson, for- on Thursday, mer resident of Dovray, 2004 at St. passed away in Rockport, Catholic Church TX., on April 28, 2004. Burial will Funeral services will be Lutheran held at Our Savior's will be held Lutheran Church, Dovray, on Saturdas; May 8, 2004. to 7 PM on May 5, at 10 a.m. Visitation will be Storden held 1 hour prior to the Center in service. Orlando was the with parish father of Rolf (Joann) at 6:00 PM. Hanson, Tracy, and Diane continue on Johnson, Springfield. one hour prior 77157 85/63 76/55 70/ Tinms of sun A tEw thun- Wind>' at Showers. and clouds, dcrstorrns times, iso- Highs in the Highs in the possible, lated thun- low 7Os and upper 7Os Highs in the derstorms, lows in the and lows in mid 80s and mid 4Os. the upper lows in the 50s. low 6Os. FCCLA does well at State All of the WWG teams advanced to state competition. By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WWG -- What is FCCLA? Family Career and Community Leaders of America. The organization has evolved locally from the forme FHA (Future Homemakers of America). The organiza- tion is a much more comprehensive organi- zation that appeals to a great deal more students according to FCCLA advisor Becky Rise. Rise said the kids compete in 33 S.'I:A.R. events (Students Taking Action for Recognition, basic categories, with numer- ous sub categories. The biggest categories are what are termed Illustrative. They include Health, Child Care, Family Life and many others. Rise said the kids go to Regions before going on to State. "All of my teams advanced in ten different categories. Most of them participate in the Illustrated cate- gories. There are about 2000 kids that make it to State. Rise was particularly proud of Bekah Kopperud and Stephanie Zeug who received a "Call Back" for their presenta- tion Television Violence and it's Effects on Children. That is when the judges call you back to give your presentation a second time to compete for a national trip. "I am really happy to get a:callback team. Hopefully it will stimuIate the kids to excellence in the future." FCCLA Continued on page 3 Front from left, Jenny Lund, Bekah Kopperud, Pakou Yang, Melanie ' Arnold, Panhia Yang. Back, Denise Tietz, Brennan Enstad, Stephanie Zeug, Sarah Swanson, Gretchen Warner, Jordan Dibble, Tiffany Eichner, Nathan Swanson, Meghann Warner, Cody Jarmer, Andrea Hannan. Not pictured: Emily Deprez and Aalex Kells. New ordinance puts teeth in the-law City adopts dangerous dog ordinance By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WESTBROOK -- Police Chief Alan Wahl presented a newly crafted ordinance that deals with dangerous dogs. The new ordinance per- tains to any dog that has been in, or may enter the city. If the dog is found to be considered a dangerous dog the city will notify the owner of such animals along with corrective actions. Some of the things that are included in the ordi- nance is the implantation of a micro chip in the dog of which costs will be borne by the owner. Dogs not in approved kennels will have to be muzzled at all times when inthe city limits. The ordinance calls for a $500 fee to the city to obtain a certificate of registration for dangerous dog. The ordinance is based in accordance with Minnesota statute 347.51. The council adopted the new ordinance. City adopts Continued on page 3 SPRING SPORTS INFORMATION CIRCULATION //!1 PAGE 1 0-1 1 CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING 507-274-6136 OR 800-410-1859 Please read and recycle Printed with Soybased Ink Copyright 2003 Sentinel Tribune