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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, June 16, 2010 Page 3 laid sod " --- From page 1 From page 1 to pick up their dog's waste. He said, "it would be best if they let their dogs relieve themselves on their own property before taking them for a walk." Wahl mentioned that his computer has gone down and in need of replacement. Mayor Kolar said he would take care of it. May Police Report: One 72 hour hold. Four funeral assists. Two air ambulance assists. Two tick- ets issued. Thirteen doors left unlocked. Above: Workers toiled laying the sod. At right: It took many breaks to scrape the mud off of shoes. Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - Three Fulda Elementary School students were awarded prizes for posters they entered in the annual Poppy Poster contest. Winning first place was Taylor Schettler; second place was Sarah Funk; third place was Morgan Rachuy. Lamberton News Parishioners and other volunteers aided in pouring the 200 cubic yards of concrete for the new parking lot for St. Joseph's Church in Lamberton Saturday. The parish demolished a -house ~daat they had pur- chased when it became available at a tax forfei- ture sale to use for the parking lot. Murray County News - Members from Murray County Central trav- eled to Indianapolis on May 7 for the Math Bee Competition. Murray County Central was awarded two first place trophies in mul- tiplication. Girl's team: Harielle Hermia, Allison Carlson, Andrea Tedrick, Elizabeth Doom. Boy's team: Grant Rohrer, Garrett Muecke, Kyle Schreier, Nathan Beech. Tracy Headlight Herald - Sixty-five years of Milroy town baseball was celebrated June 12 with a Yankee alumni game in the afternoon and a night game pitting the 2010 Yanks against the Tracy Express. Induction of five new inductees pre- ceded the game. Tyler Tribute - Dawn Wichem started working for the U.S. Post Office in Tyler about 10 years ago. She has now been named Post Master for the Tyler Community. Windom Citizen Brittany Knigge was crowned Miss Riverfest Monday night at the Miss Riverfest pageant. Crowned runner-up was Taylor Barter and voted Miss Congeniality by fel- low pageant contestants was Brittany Bennett. available at: Oleson's Mercantile Hoyt Oil &Convenience Bubai Grocery Thrifty White Drug Maynard's Grocery ExpressWay Shady Drive-Inn " I[ ill r i I~ I I1[ It was a dirty job, part of the uniform was dirt. Above: This man used a knife to trim and fit the sod at the edges. When it was done the sod really set off the landscape. The memo- rial will be dedicated Sunday June 27, at 1:30 p.m. with Senator Jim Vickerman giving the dedication address. C LASS I FI E D ADS CALL 274-61 36 OR 1 -800-410-1859 Subscribe to the entinel Tribune A//your Excavat/ng Needs ONKEN BACKHOE SERVICE Complete Farm Drainage Ditch Cleaning Dozer Work Basement Digging All Types of Trackhoe & Backhoe Work Septic System Design & Installation Mike Onken Westbrook Shop Lyle Onken 507-274-6649 507-734-3150 507-836-1049 We're proud to bring the latest, state-of-the-art digital mammography technology to you[ One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, In the fight-against breast cancer, early detection can make all the difference. To schedule your appointment, call Sanford Hospital Westbrook at (507) 274-6815. Sanford Breast Health Institute 180424 by the Phone Discounts Available to CenturyLink customers The Minnesota Public Utility Commission designated CentuD'Link as an Eligible Telecommunications Carrier or ETC within its service area for universal service purposes. The goal of universal service is to provide all Mhmesota citizens access to essential telecommmlica- lions services. CenturyLink provktes single party residential and business services tbr rates from $14.96 to $29.30 per month for residential custom- ers and $16.40 to $35.61 per month for business customers. This includes access to long distance carriers, Emergency Services, Operator Services, Director3, Assistance and Toll Blocking. Use of these services may result in added charges. Specific rates Ibr your ,areas will be provided upon request. CenturyLink offers qualified customers Lifeline and Link-Up Service if they meet certain low-income eligibility requirements, Lifeline Service includes a monthly discount up to $10.88 for basic phone charges (including a $6.50 waiver of the Federal Subscriber Line Charge), as well as roll blocking al no charge and a waiver of the deposit if toll blocking is selected by qualifying customers. Link-Up Service provides a discount on installation charges and charges to move service. If you live in a Centu~'Link service area, please call Centu~'I.,ink at 1-800-,01-4099 or visit with questions or to request an application Ibr the Lifeline/Link-Up programs. CenturyLinkTM lifeline NON*SAU www, centurylink,eom 180426 1