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SENTINEL TRIBUNE ON REcoR[) Wednesday, May 18, 2011 Page 2 OBITUARY Betty Jane Morton Memorial services for Betty Morton were held Monday, May 16, 2011 at Grace Lutheran Church, Westbrook. Interment will be in the Westbrook Cemetery at a later time. Online condolences may be sent via www.stephensfu- neralservice.com. Betty Jane Morton age 77 of Westbrook passed away Friday, May 13 at the Sanford Westbrook Medical Center. Betty Jane Morton was born August 6, 1933 on the family farm near Westbrook to Daniel and Lydia (Hass) Cohrs. She was baptized and confirmed in what is now Grace Lutheran Church. Betty graduated from Westbrook High School in 1951. After high school she worked at the bank in Westbrook for several years. On February 17, 1954 she was united in marriage to Beryl Morton. To this union three children were born, and they made their home in Westbrook. They. also lived in Missouri, Indiana and Arkansas before moving back to Westbrook. Betty had a great sense of humor and was very witty. She was also a very good cook. Betty was a lifetime member of Grace Lutheran Church where she taught Sunday School and Bethel Bible study. She was also a member of the Hospital Auxiliary. Betty was very talented in many arts and crafts, and found her true passion in china painting. She also loved spending time with her family especially her children and grandchil- dren. Survivors include her husband Beryl of 57 years; chil- dren: David (Pat) of Yankton, SD, Laurie (Lee)Kantonen of Park Rapids, and Nancy (Stephen) Michael of St. Paul; 8 grandchildren: Jacob, Darcy, Micah, Jared and Lydia Kantonen, Danny Paul, and Nicholas and Sidra Michael; sister Janice (Orland) Norstegard, brother Arvin (Sue) Cohrs, and aunt Betty Natterstad all of Westbrook. Preceding her in death were her parents. Nitrogen expert to speak in Fairmont Nitrogen, it is dominant in the air we breathe, the protein we eat and an important fer- tilizer in corn production: Nitrogen - The Whimsical Element will be the topic of the fourth and final speaker in the Our Environment 2011 Speaker Series. Dr. Dennis Keeney, Senior Fellow at the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, Minneapolis will speak at 7:00 PM on Thursday, May 19 at the Red Rock Center for the Arts in Fairmont. Dr. Keeney was the first director of the Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture at Iowa State University. He retired in 2000, and is professor emeri- tus of Agronomy and Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering at Iowa State University. He has pioneered research and outreach on agricultural issues related to sustainability, land resource use, rural community devel- opment and water quality. Dennis has published over 140 refereed papers on soil and water quality research, and served on numerous state, federal and internation- al scientific committees and task forces. He has been a Senior Fellow at IATP since 2000 and is also a senior fel- low in the Department of Soil, Air and Water in the College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sciences at the University of Minnesota. The event is free and open to the public. Students are encouraged to attend. Following the presentation there will be time for discus- sion. DNR QUESTION OF THE WEEK ,,,,, Q: Loons are nesting now and, as a result, can be espe- cially vulnerable at this time of the year. What should anglers and boaters know as they take to the lakes? A: Loons began nesting in early May. Like many wildlife, loons are very sensitive to disturbance. Boats, including per- sonal watercraft, canoes, and kayaks, passing too closely to a nest may cause the adults to leave the nest and expose the eggs to predators like raccoons, crows, and gulls. The two most traumatic times of the year for loons are Memorial Day weekend, when the adults are sitting on their nests, and the Fourth of July weekend, when the adults are with their young. Boaters can help the long-term survival of Minnesota's state bird by avoiding nesting sites and looking out for loons while out fishing or boating. Minnesota's loon population is about 12,000 and appears stable. Ticketi )torists for sea00gb0000 violations The Minnesota primary seat belt law requires drivers and all passengers to be buckled up or in the correct child restraint or booster seat. Law enforcement officers will stop and ticket motorists for seat belt violations -- including unbelted passen- gers. Properly wearing a seat belt reduces the risk of fatal injury to front seat passenger occupants by 45 percent in a car and 60 percent in a light truck. Seat belts are the most effective means of protecting oneself from injury while rid- ing in a vehicle. In a crash, odds are six- times greater for injury if a motorist is not buckled up. An unbelted motorist can crash into a windshield and slam into and injure other passengers. Often, an unbelt- ed motorist is ejected from the vehicle and killed. Seat belts restrain motorists in the vehicle's designed protective space, giving them room to live in the event of a crash. *Minnesota law enforce- ment agencies will increase seat belt patrols in May. Bottom line: click it or ticket. A seat belt ticket can cost more than $100 with court and administrative fees. *Minnesota has a primary seat belt law that requires drivers and all passengers, even in the back, to be buck- led up. Law enforcement can ticket anyone in a vehicle that is not belted. *We don't want to write tickets -- we ask that you enforce the law in your vehi- cle. Insist that everyone buckles up. Use your voice and speak up every time you ride with friends. *A seat belt is the best defense on roads full of uncertainties: including speeding, distracted and impaired drivers. You may be a safe driver -- but is the driver next to you? Buckle up and protect yourself. *Let's debunk a myth that wearing a seat belt only hurts those that don't buckle up. Often during a crash, unbelt- ed occupants will slam into, injure and sometimes even cause death to the other pas- sengers. That means buckle up every seat, every time -- it's the law. *Also, unbelted motorists killed and injured cost Minnesotans hundreds ' of millions of doll,s over the years. That means everyone is paying for those unbuckled persons killed or injured in a crash. *Teens and young adults are the group that most often rides unbelted. As a result, these groups are most often killed in crashes. Last spring in Minnesota, we suffered a rash of unbelted teens in a series of deadly crashes. *Another at-risk group is young adult, male pick-up truck drivers. Your truck may be tough, but you still have to buckle up.' *There are four things that are likely to save your life while operating a vehicle on Minnesota roads: buckle up, driver sober, pay attention, and drive at safe speeds. * Belt use during daytime is at a record-high 92 percent. Still, about one-half of vehi- cle occupants killed are unbuckled. COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT May 5-12, 2011 Speeding: $120.00 - Luis Roman Carrasco, Worthington, MN; Gerald Anthony Kramer, Pochontas, IA; Hassan Muse Farah, St. Paul, MN; Talor Alan Larsen, Sioux Falls, SD; Brenda Rae Nielsen, Windom, MN Seat belt: $105.00 Matthew James Bedner, Lamberton, MN; Andrea Kay Nerhus, Windom, MN Driving after cancella- tion: $200.00 - Luis Roman Carrasco, Worthington, MN Under 21 consumption: $180.00 - Shane Douglas Wellman, Mt. Lake, MN Assault: $80.00- Girwath Jack Jany, Windom, MN, no misd. or > viol. for 1 yr., no alc./cont, sub. use, random test, close monitoring of con- duct, other cond., 90 days, 88 stayed for 1 yr., 1 yr. sup. prob.; $380.00- Agustin Alberto Iracheta, Worthington, MN, no misd. or > viol. for 1 yr., chem. dep. eval. w/in 30 days, fllw. rec. of eval., letter of apol. w/in 14 days, obtain driver's license Driving w/o valid license: $180.00 - Gabriela Iracheta Windom, MN DWI: $580.00- Vaughan Rodger Kinnisten, Sibley, IA, 60 days, 1 yr. unsup, proba- tion, no misd. or > viol. for 1 yr., random test, no alc./cont. sub. use, attend MADD Imp. Panel Fish/Game: Angling w/o license: $130.00 - Than Win, Worthington, MN $180.00 - Myo Khaing, Richmond, VA Failure to obey traffic control device: $130.00 - James Allen Reagan, Oakdale, MN Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - End-O-Line Park was the recipient of monetary donations from Murray Township and from John and Evelyn Silvemale and were accepted by the Murray County board of commissioners at their meeting on May 3 Lamberton News - Lamberton News - Wayne (formerly of Lamberton) and Genny Hendrickson, Kasson visited the Holy Land in April 2011. They had a great experience being on this trip and they never really felt in danger. They were the only ones from Minnesota of the 31 members on this tour. Slayton - It may be planting time, but not the modem day planting at the Vince Crowley farm. Travis Spartz, grand- son of Vince, took over the duties of planting with an old- fashioned horse-drawn way last Saturday. Both corn and potatoes were planted with the help of Vince's horses. Tracy Headlight Herald - Denied applications for tax exempt status have left Tracy, Kid's World with a delin- quent property tax bill of nearly $24,000. But Kid's World Board president Mark Priegnitz expresses confidence that the non-profit daycare group will obtain the tax-exempt status and resolve the issue. Windom Citizen - A second note was discovered Tuesday afternoon, and once again sent administration into caution mode. The letter made reference to a potential bomb threat. Windom Area Schools Superintendent Wayne Wormstadt said that officials do not believe the two letters are related. The district is offering a $500 reward for any information that leads to an arrest and conviction. 67/56 More clouds than stm. Highs in the upper 60s and lows in the mid 50s. 70/58 Showers. Highs in the low 70s and lows'inthe upper 50s. 74/56 Scattered thunder- storms possi- ble. 74/57 Scattered thunder- storms. 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