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On Record Wednesday+ July 16, 2003 brde COURT NEWS COTTONWOOD COUNTY DISRTICT COURT maTa i July 3-10, 2003 Speeding: $85.00 - Kevin Thomas Archer, Sioux City, IA; Steven Robert Rasche, Heron Lake, MN; Rachel Marie Smith, Shelton, WA; Dwayne Lester Christensen, Luverne, MN; Larry Alan Kaiser, Maple Grove, MN; Jericca Louis Anderson, Windom, MN; Brandon Stuart Moore, Columbia Heights, MN; Teri Lynn Bergeron, Brooklyn Park, MN; John Marius Nelson, Sioux Falls, SD; Jason Thomas Lehr, Sioux Falls. SD $95.00 - Hilary Ann Erpestad, Wilder, MN; Erin Marie Hankins, Richfield, MN; Jessica Ann Philipp, St. Cloud, MN; Blanca Ester Dominguez, Worthington, MN; Kristen Lily Hansen, Dundee, MN, pay as ordered by 7-14-03; Marcus Vincent Paulson, Eden Prairie, MN; Michael Douglas Misterek, Omaha, NE; Thomas James Cook, Sioux City, IA $105.00 -'Matthew W. Deffenbaugh, Omaha, NE; Amono Ali Henry, Mpls., MN: Christopher John Peterson, Brooklyn Park, MN; Dale Leroy Taylor, Walnut Grove, MN; Christa Jo Fishel, Storden, MN; Jason Jon Kremmin, Tyler, MN ; Alicia Renae Bootsma, Woodstock, MN; Tory Scott Herding, Storden, MN; Justin Gene Johnson, Windom, MN $115.00 Victor Manuel Mireles, Worthington, MN, DL suspended 7-2-03, rein- state 7-3-03; Michael Geoffrey Minor, Mt. Lake, MN; Zachary Raymond Strom, Butterfield, MN $195.00 Mindy Louise Evers, Bloomington, MN DAR: $545.00 - Gilberto Pena III, Windom. MN. jail/prison - stayed 30 days 1 yr., pay as ordered, no misd. 1 yr. Drive After Suspension, Seatbelt: $215.00 - Warren Dennis Shot, Shakopee, MN Careless Driving: $1045.00, restitution $3,000.00 Jason Eric Munson, Cottonwood, MN, pay as ordered, no misd. > viols. 1 yr. Parking: $10.00 Cynthia Marie Johnson, Mt. Lake, MN; Lucille Anna Karschnik, Mt. Lake, MN No Parking 3 - 5 PM: $10.00 - Jean Marie Wilder, St. Clair, MN; Marie Guadalupe Gomez, Madelia, MN Speeding, No MN DL: $245.00 - Nathan Wayne Burdine, Lincoln, MN Inattentive Driving: $95.00 - Amber Rue Caviness, Jackson, MN 4th Deg. DWI: $545.00 - Justin Alan Bunting, Westbrook, MN, jail/prison - stayed 90 days 1 yr., unsu- pervised probation 1 yr., pay as ordered, no misd. > viols. 1 yr., MADD Impact delayed until 12/03, alco. ed. delayed until 12/03 Fail to Stop at Stop Sign: $95.00 - Klay Dale Walinga, Windom, MN Drive After Revocation: $245.00, stayed $100.00: Jessica Rue Flahert); Windom, MN, pay as ordered, no misd. > viols. 1 yr. Minor Consumption: $245.00 - Keith Lee Byam, Windom. MN. jail/prison - stayed 30 days for 30 days, pay as ordered, no misd. or greater offense 1 yr. Iss. Dishonored Check: $295.00, restitution $73.36 - Marcia Renee Rolfes, Iona, MN, pay as ordered within 90 days, no misd. > viols. 1 yr. Over Centerline: $345.00 Arno Jacob Friesen, Windom, MN pay as ordered, dfd. have no misd. > viols. 1 yr. NSF: $95.00, restitution $39.99: Chad Lawrence McKinne); Mt. Lake, MN DW]: $545.00 - Josey Ray Netsch, Bingham Lake, MN, jail/prison - stayed 90 days 1 yr., unsupervised probation 1 yr., pay as ordered, no misd. > viols. 1 yr. alco. ed. class, rec. credit outpocket ex. Discharge of Firearm: $75.00, restitution $76.88 - Richard Michael Vortherms, Windom, MN Soil and Water Districts are part of Governor's Real Reform for a Better Minnesota Minnesota's 91 Soil and Water Conservation Districts received a vote of confidence in their abilities to implement conservation recently, by being included in Governor Tim Pawlenty's Real Reform for a Better Minnesota. Funding to Soil and Water Conservation Districts (SWCD) to fight erosion and to fund water quality projects on agricul- tural land, lakeshores, forests and roadsides will be protected under the reform plan. In a year of numerous budget cuts and concerns, the statement speaks loudly Frigidaire Americas Premium Quality Appliances ON SALE AT Are You or Someone You Know on Medic= re & a Diabetic? Get new ARM TESTING METERS at no. or low cost. No Upfront Costs! CALL 1-800-894-4997 now! ,,' ,'3- Klasse Sales & Service Westbrook, Mn. 507-274-6166 nil to SWCD personnel. "We are elated the gover- nor and legislature recognize what soil and water conser- vation districts have proven many times. They are the only special purpose district that cover the entire state and have the ability to implement the many diverse conservation programs that protect our soil and water resources." said Marilyn Bernhardson, Redwood SWCD Administrator. The reform plan confirms the Pawlenty administra- tion's commitment to water quality and protecting the state's lakes, rivers, streams and groundwater. Pawlenty spoke in St. Cloud in June to 250 environmental stake- holders from across the state at the Minnesota Environmental Institute's policy forum on Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) to outline his clean water vision for Minnesota. Redwood SWCD Technician Kane Radel attended the forum. To help ensure results, Governor Pawlenty has directed the formation of a Clean Water Cabinet, which will include the commission- ers from the Pollution con- trol Agency departments of natural Resources, Agriculture and Health, and the executive director of the Board of Water and soil Resources, which is the administrative agency for SWCDs. Soil and Water Conservation Districts will be utilized to fulfill the vision by helping landown- ers implement conservation on the land. Notice to Walnut Grove area subscribers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... Oleson's Mercantile 507-859-2600 next to the Walnut Grove Post Office. Hours: Monday- Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. f par yu,, t---/..- convenience "il-I ( Subscriptions a---d advertising " h-ve added atu')" I [ can also .... we have .---t our / I ca/i ainu be ordered by phone number  sin / ree numce / I using your Master Card or Visa WestbrOOV, ".  / i ,,,,., \\; .w.etr:t't'fl-1859 / I News stand copies are \\; 1-BUU"*:",,estions / J available at + you have q'"':-.^ II o ' \\; I| yOU n a.v. :, n|mce/I Oleson s Mercantile \\; or would Ie '%';g/I Ho a, a covo.,once \\;r or'. &v' , ,_2r!ffifhs Grocery, Store + " , , ,, , J , ,J Annie Weinrich AAU National Champion On Friday, June 27, 2003, Annie Weinrich of Plainview competed in the AAU Gymnastics National Championships in Des Moines. IA. ,annie competed in all four events; vault, bars, floor and beam. She had an all-around score of 34.975, which earned her first place. She is the 2003 AAU National Champion in the 9 year old age group. Annie will be a fourth grader at Plainview Elementary School. She is the daughter of Don and Deb Weinrich of Plainview and the granddaughter of Frank and Judeen Erickson of Westbrook. She trains at KAATS Gymnastics in Pine Island and is coached by Kathy Nelson and Steve Wesenberg. Ask A Trooper Sgt. Kathy Pederson Minnesota State Patrol Kathy: Can you get a tick- et, during bad weather, even if you are going the speed limit? Yes you can. According to Minnesota state statute 169.14 subdivision 3, reduced speed is required when the driver of any vehicle shall, consistent with the requirements. drive at any appropriate reduced speed when approaching and crossing an intersection or railway grade crossing, when approaching and going around a curve, when approaching a hill crest, when traveling upon any narrow or winding road- wa); and when special haz- ards exist with respect to pedestrians or other traffic or by reason of weather or highway conditions. Weather conditions are always changing and that affects whether your driv- ing conditions will be good, fair or adverse. Sometimes you will run into a combi- nation of all three. It's a good idea to listen to weather forecasts and mon- itor the conditions as you drive because they affect how you should drive. As conditions deteriorate. you will want to reduce your speed and increase your distance between you and the vehicle you're fol- lowing. It takes a greater distance to stop on wet and icy pavement than it does on dry pavement. It's not only the smart thing to do. but the safest. If you have any questions concerning traffic related laws in Minnesota send your questions to Sgt. Kathy Pederson, Minnesota State Patrol, PO Box 344B. Marshall, MN 56258. Kelly Klontz Chanin and Isaeti. MN announce the daughter. pounds. 3 inches long 2003. She is home by a and brothers Calub 2. Grand and Lois Walnut Grove; Sandy Lan Pat and Burnsvilte: a mother at a great McGrath. 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