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PAGE 3 AG FOCUS PAGE 11 RICHARDS [OiNT & FAMILY Focus MUNITY PAGE 4 LIFE STYLES PAGE 12 PAGE .5 COMMUN! PAGE 1 3 PAGE 6 PUBLIC NOTICE PAGE 14 P,GE 7 CLASSIFIED PAGE 15 PAGE 8 AREA FOCUS PAGE 16 PAGE 9 RECEIVES EAGLE AWARD PAGE 3 00dnesday ulv 16, 2003 entinel ribune VOLUME NO. 18 NUMBER 45 16 PAGES Plus Circulars iOrden rolled out the red carpet for centennial visitorslThree men shot in den delighted proud parents, grandparents, and neigh- Redwood Falls nnial mexceeds 0000Pectations ilyn Van L oh el Tribune _,.t0rden Centennial L]ttees, accomplish- exceeded their expec- S, s- and Monday morn- .glev awoke witl a mix- f feelings While their   were physically Q trom the intensity of Weekend activities. t were elated by the dmg success of their pt. At the same time. teXperienced the let- mmon at the conclu- ta big event: however. s mories they made will tJ m wkh them for a long vents kicked off with a te Parade at 5PM ty afternoon that bets. The slight incline of Main Street along the parade route was a chal- lenge to some of the younger participants. After 590 peo- ple attended a lbicnic in the park. youngsters competed with others in their age group in old-fashioned relay games. Karaoke at the Storden Legion offered "'musical wannabes" the opportunity to show off their talent to friends at the con- clusion of the evening. Saturday was an event- filled day. starting with the 5K run/walk and Junior Olympics in the morning. Theresa Buresh, chairman of the entertainment com- mittee, expected 50 some entrants for the run/walk, but was thrilled to see 125 compete. Storden rolled Continued on page 3 4 The Storden American Legion color guard led the grand parade Saturday afternoon. ANT WE K ONE 00Veather near 00rfect for events Merchant Tribune NUT GROVE _ It a perfect weekend for +abCut anything you ' Want to do. For the .r Pageant. Wilder Val, parade, and flea et planners and othe[ :s the Weather was jus Perfect. Mayor Bedal conducts the village council meeting in leant week Walnut Grove. Itinued on page 3 look-a-likes strike a typical pose at the Wilder Festival oorl. On July 12 at 10:22 p.m., the Redwood Falls Police Dept. received a call that shots were fired on the 300 block of Sunrise Blvd., in the city of Redwood Falls. Upon arriving at the scene it was determined that 3 male indi- viduals had suffered gun shot wounds. All 3 victims were transported to the Redwood Falls Hospital, two of the vic- tims were transported by air to a metro hospital. The vic- tims were Michael Lewis O'Brien, Redwood Falls, Hunter Parker, and Jarvis Joseph Wabasha, Morton. One individual was treated but later died at the Redwood Falls Hospital. Four suspects have been arrested and charges are pending, this is still currently under investigation. Redwood Falls Police Dept. was assist- ed by Redwood County S.O., MN State Patrol, Lower Sioux Police, Morgan Police Dept. and BCA. Walnut Grove Fire fighters donned their breathing apparatus before going in to stop chlorine leak. Walnut Grove chlorine leak interrupts activities By Carolyn Van Loh Sentinel Tribune Late last Thursday afternoon, out-of-state ven- dors were busy setting up their wares for the weekend flea market. Allen Sutherland of Tripoli, Iowa, thought the firemen were merely preparing for Sunday's parade when they sounded their sirens and quickly left the fire hall. It wasn't long before Sutherland and other ven- dors were asked to vacate the park area because of a chlorine gas leak in the pump house located at the corner of 8th and adle St. City residents living south of the park were advised to leave the area until the threat of chlorine gas was eliminated. PeopleService employ- ees Joel Adelman and .Jeff Steichen were doing routine work in the building when the accident occurred. Both men inhaled the gas and were taken by Walnut Grove ambulance to the Tracy Hospital but were later released. The first alarm went out shortly after 5 PM, and the problem was fixed by 8 PM. Walnut Grove firemen worked to correct the problem and cleanse the building of chlo- rine. Redwood Emergency Management Service was on the scene, but the volun. teer firemen had the prob- lem under control. Traffic was re-routed away from the 8th Street intersection while firemen worked to fix the leak. Officials aren't sure what caused the leak and the accident is still under inves- tigation. Tony LeBoutillier home after accident By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune WESTBROOK Last week LeBoutillier hit two parked cars near the city park, when he blacked out. He was transferred to Sioux Falls where he spent three days having tests. According to his father Steve, Tony is now at home recuperating and all of his tests were negative. It is thought the cause of the accident was from Iack of sleep and stress. 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