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84/54 More sun than clouds. Highs in the mid 80s and lows in the mid 50s. 85/56 Sunshine. Highs in the mid 80s and lows in the mid 50s. 84/59 Sunny. Highs in the mid 80s and lows in the upper 50s. 74/54 A few thun- derstorms possible. Highs in the mid 70s and lows in the mid 50s. 78/55 Mix of sun and clouds. Highs in the upper 70s and lows in the mid 50s. PAGES 10,11 MEMORIAL DAY 1 I,hlq,lqh,h,lllh,l,hlh,h,q,hm,lhl,h,,,,h,0mhl *****************MIXED ADC 555 09113199 SmallTownPapers 5026 CALIFORNIA AVE SW ., SEATTLE. WA 9g 136-1208 Wednesday May 26, 2010 $1.00 ENTINEL RIBUNE VOLUME NO. 25 NUMBER 39 14 PAGES Plus supplements in local edition .... , .-. . . ........ . ..: .    . Lr ...................... : Walnut Grove and Lamberton housing grant approved The two cities will receive $406,000 for hou.sing grant rehabilitation By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune SPECIAL --The cit- ies of Walnut Grove and Lamberton were notified that they will receive a small cities grant through the Minnesota Department of Economic Development. Funding for the grant was under the Small Cities Development Program, from the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The program is awarded to eligible communities for rehabilitating existing hous- ing for low to moderate income residents. The grant will accom- modate about 20 homes in Lamberton and Walnut Grove. Between 16,000 and 18,000 will be allotted for each home in the program. Money for the program will be used to upgrade homes with new windows, doors, heating systems, insulation and roofing. If all of the money is not needed for rehabbing the homes additional homes could be added. According to Walnut Grove City Clerk Paula McGarvey, Lamberton will be handling the administra- tion of the program. She said there will be a meeting sched- uled for interested persons to learn how they can apply for the housing assistance pro- gram. The meeting has not been scheduled at this time, but res- idents will be notified when and where it will be. There will only be one meeting,oit is imperative that anyone interested N applying must attend the meeting for specific information about the program. People that replied to the survey will not be automati- cally approved for the pro- gram. So it is important that those who are interested in the program must attend the meeting. Anthracnose Ash trees shed leaves, but it is not usually fatal By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune SPECIAL -- Anthraenose, the word sounds like something you wouldn't want to catch, however you can't catch it. but your ash trees can. If you have noticed lately Ash trees have shed a lot of their leaves, leaving piles of ash leaves on the ground and in the gutters. Not to worry, the loss of leaves is caused by a common Fungus cre- ating leaf spots on ash trees. The fungus is called Discula sp., it sur- vives winter on infected plant tissue. During cool and wet weather, spores are produced on infected tissue. The spores are spread by wind and rain causing new infections on expanding leaves. The cold wet spell in early May is said to be to blame for the unusual heavy breakout in the area. The good news is, in most cases, anthrac- nose does not cause any permanent dam- age to established trees. However accord- ing to the University of Minnesota Extension, trees stressed by other problems including root constriction, drought or heavy insect infestation, are much less tolerant of anthracnose and may show less vigor after only a single season infesta- tion. The extension ser- vice recommends proper care to promote the gen- eral health of the trees. People should use prop- er watering methods, mulching, and sanitation procedures. Removing infested leaves, and rak- ing leaves in the fall, and pruning dead or dying branches will help to reduce further infestations the follow- ing spring. Fertilizing stressed trees in the spring may also improve the overall vigor of the tree. There are several fungicides available for treating severely stressed trees, especial- ly those that have been severely defoliated. It is recommended the fungicides be applied during the spring bud break to protect the ten- der new growth, and later during wet cool periods. Larger trees may require special equipment to apply the Ash leaves filled ai''a streets and gutters with leaf litter fungicide. Two fungicides available are chlorohal- nil (Daconil 2787) and thiophaneatemethyl (Cleary's 3336). For more informa- tion contact your local Minnesota Extension office. Some informa- tion taken from the Extension Service News. Poppies symbolize Memorial Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum Open House Day Westbrook Memorial Day services Memorial Day services for Monday, May 31 are as fol- lows: 9 a.m. - Rosehill Lutheran Cemetery 9:15 a.m. Rosehill Mennonite Cemetery 10:30 a.m. - Program at Westbrook High School gym with Paul Vosberg speaker. Westbrook Cemetery fol- lowing service at the school. All participant's be at the VFW by 8:30 a.m. Walnut Grove Memorial Day services Memorial Day Service will be held at the WWG School gymnasium, Walnut Grove Monday, May 31 at 9:30 a.m. Memorial Day speaker will be 1st Sgt. Retired Norm Baker who served in the Army from 1969 to 1971 and in the National Guard from 1986 to 2010 when he retired. He was in Vietnam in 1969 to 1970; Kosovo in 2003 to 2004; and in Iraq in 2008 to 2009. Revere Memorial Day services The Francis Harnack American Legion Post #582 of Revere will again be hosting a Memorial Day Program at the Revere Hall on Monday, May 31. The program will begin at 11 a.m. The main speaker will be Pastor Ken Haack from the Methodist Church in Walnut Grove. A potluck lunch will immediately follow in the basement of the Hall. In honor of our area vet- erans, the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum is host- ing an Open House on Memorial Day, Monday, May 31 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Admission to the museum will be FREE. This is the last year of the Walnut Grove Area Veterans Exhibit. The museum has added over 100 additional veterans, photoaphs to the exhibit since its opening spring 2009. Even though this exhib- it will end Oct 31, the museum is still searching for hundreds of additional area veterans, photographs. This history is very impor- tant to preserve. Nicole will be available at the Open House. Bring your photo- graphs and stories to share on the day of the Open House or call and make an appointment with Nicole 859-2358. The museum has the capabilities of scan- ning your original photo- graphs and returning them to you that same day. ON RECORD PAGE 2 SPORTS PAGE 9 INSIDE PAGE 3 MEMORIAL DAY PAGE 10 VIEWPOINT PAGE 4 MEMORIAL DAY PAGE 1 1 FAITH & FAMILY PAGE 5 CALENDAR PAGE 12 COMMUNITY PAGE 6 CLASSIFIED ADS PAGE 13 COMMUNITY PAGE 7 AREA FOCUS PAGE 14 EDUCATION PAGE 8 SPRING SPORTS PAGES 8,9 : : CONTAa0S INFORMATION CIRCULATION CLASSIFIEDS " ADVERTISING 507-274-6136 OR 800-4 ] 0-1859 Please read and recycle Printed with Soybased Ink Copyright 2010 Sentinel Tribune