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TRIBUNE Inside Wednesday, May 4, 2004 Page 3 -&apos;- From page one Dibble placed and Codv Jarmer the contest. other teams also in the comped- team of' Ben who placed an individual. Joe Brittany Conrad. and James placed third I)airy Cattle team in competition. is comprised of Chris Olsem. Olsem. Michael e Joe Vogl. teams competing Foods team eighth. Team are Golden Yang. Tietz. Melanie and Kia Yang. Landscape team Team mem- Alex ,Johnson. laas, Ricki Lee Jarmer. and Brennan Enstad alternate. The Pouhry team placed twentieth. Team members include Nathong Vang, Nou Yang. May Pang Vue. and Lee Yang. WWG had seven stu- dents selected for the state FFA choir. Singing in the choir were. May Pang Vue. Brittany Conrad. Golden Yang. Kia Yang, Nou Yang, Brian Theisen and Paul Rupp. Michael Jans played trombone in the FFA band. Band and choir members performed during the state FFA Awards proam, and also at the IDS building. Choir students will perform the National anthem for the %vins game on June 27th. All in all the future looks bright for the FFA. Even though she is losing some top notch seniors Carter is looking forward to her underclassmen who are really fired up for next year. Spring Week Royalty Alex resort, Back row from left, Joe Ward, adidate Chris Olem, Joshua Wintere Seng Her, King Eric Noomen, Queen Aalex Kells, Jake Severson, Axl McChesney, Jenny Heinrich and Nathan Swanson. Front row, Nicole Byers,Dasha Glib, Jennifer Lund, emily Deprez, Stephanie Zeug, Jasmine madson, Lindsay Anderson, and Andrea Hass. At right the freshmen class performed a skit at the coronation Sunday evening. Cou ncil - from page one of Team was on hand to crack filler the using. Street .Jeff and Alan Wahl about prob- application of the said he What ever it takes right fbr the city. product would In about a half an then cure down the curb in front of Duane's Body Shop with a low profile drive over curb and replace the catch basin. Mayor Harold Schmidt asked Kolar to take care of the matter. Virgil Bauer of the Westbrook Senior Center asked permission for the center to run their cave spouts along the side of their building and discharge the water on the sidewalk. The council determined there would be no problem with that and gave their said it was not and that 4 larrels left. sam he would Jensen as a part time work- four' barrels and er to fill in when needed. She a barrel of a said they would not be that is sup- adding any extra hours ork better, except for some training Kolar told the time. The council approve that PmTy Zieske the hiring of Jensen. they replace Four building permits news briefs were approved. Gwen Kvilhaug to add on to house on Cedar .Avenue. Tiffany Berglund to add on to house on Tenth Street. Dave Stresemann to move a garage for his house to prop- erty on 4th Street. ,John Madson for a utility shed on Ninth Street. Pool Manager Lairdie Kells asked the council if they could offer swimming lessons to Tracy students. They will not be opening their pool this year due to approval, problems with the structure. h,00r00rian 00ar' Ou."a Who coun00.00aida00,oo00a00 F:CCLA requested to hire Amy they have the time and the recent board meeting they discussed the principal position. There were 38 applicants has narrowed them down to the top 8 They hope to start interviews on April 24th. -- Marlow Erickson has sold the Lamberton to son Eric, effective April 30. Eric will con- his employment at the Twin Cities U of MN. will continue as manager here and Neva at Springfield. "-- Steve and Nancy Laibles, 1963 Slayton High are glad to be helping others during years. The Laibles have been in since 2002 and have extended their commit- three-year period. : Compliance with a Minnesota Pollution Control bypass rule will come at a steep price for A plan to upgrade a sewer bypass strut- Street East has an estimated $168,000 The council gave tentative approval Monday. Windom school board tackled the grim a $356.000 budget deficit Tuesday cut a total of 8132,506 from the budget. faces a deficit of over $250,000. At the end t was suggested of the possible need for a referendum, teachers it would be fine. Police Report: Assisted at 4 funerals. Issued 2 citations. Two ambulan6e assists. One acci- dent. Eleven open doors. I CLASSIFIED ADS SMALL PRICE I l BIG RESULI"S I The following students participated at the state: ,Jenny Lund, Bekah Kopperud, Pakou Yang, Melanie Arnold. Panhia Yang, Denise Tietz, Brennan Enstad, Stephanie Zeug, Sarah Swanson, Gretchen Warner, Jordan Dibble, Tiffany Eichner, Nathan Swanson, Meghann Warner, Cody Jarmer, Andrea Hannan, Emily Deprez and Aalex Kells. Our Hmong students PaKou Yang and Panhia Yang scored 99 out of 100 points for their presentation "Hmong Pa Dhau". "Their presentation with authentic costumes blew the judges f from page one away," said Rise. Rise said she will miss the leadership of her 13 sen- iors on the 20 member team. "It is going to be hard to fill their shoes." She said, "I can- "Veterans Stories Archive Project." Jordan Dibble and Cody Jarmer for "Everyday Equations." Sarah Swanson, Denise Tietz, and Gretchen Warner for "Missing not say enough good things " Children and Abductions." about this group. They have been fabulous." Others receiving Gold awards were Meghann Warner and Tiffany Eichner for "Birth Order." Melanie Arnold and Brennan Enstad for "Children and Divorce." Jenny Lund and Aalex Kells for "Teen Pregnancy." Andrea Hannan and Emily Deprez "Don't Panic! Eat Organic." Silver medal winners were, Nathan Swanson for The chapter was awarded a trophy for the number of gold medals they had won. In the talent competition Bekah, Jenny, Meghann and Aalex performed a dance routine at the region win- ning a trip to State. Rise received a certificate for being an advisor tbr five years. It was a great year for FCCLA. SMALL & LARGE bank with us! ITEM PICK-UP City of Westbrook will be doing a and Large Item Pick-up" on ESDAY, MAY 19, 2004. Open nto.y_ personal Bank Midwest checking account and get a $25 Visa  gift card! ..... Choose from totally flee checking to to pick-up, $10 charge per house- and an additional $5.00 will be for couches, mattresses, chairs, tubs, etc. Fee must be paid at the Hall. Please contact Rachel at the City Clerk's office. MATERIAL ARE ALLOWED PICK-I Such as: Shingles, Old Windows Brick, Concrete, AND N( Appliance and Recycling will pick on May 19th. Stop by the Itall and pay $9.00 per appliance. _Deadline to sign u o is _Monday. May 17. 2004. checking with all the extras! Open your new checking account at the One Place that pays you to bank with us! Receive your free gift card when you open a new Bank Midwes personai checking account. NO mwlar,m openng deposit wit! be rc<luJrd dur,ng ths g>e<at promOtiOn from 3/f 5/(34  / 5/04. nni Percentage Yeld (APY) effectee as of 31! 5104 and b!e to change, Interest checkrg, i 0% ARK; Performance lnvestrnemk $0-$9,999,. Cf APY, $i0,- $24,999, .20% AF $25,000 and up, .65% AP Fees <ou!d reduce eacnn&. .l00talk Member FDIC BANKING INVESTMENTS INSURANCE ,i !nsurance and nvect.ment products are not deposits, not }:DiC ,rsured. not nrec by any Westbrook 507.274.6133 BankHidwecom federal government agency, not guaranteed by the bank. and may go down w, vaiue.