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SENTINEL TRIBUNE On Record Wednesday, July 28, 2004 ptNTIN! u , COURT NEWS COTTONWOOD COUNTY DISRTICT COURT COTTONWOOD COUNTY DISTRICT COURT July 16-22, 2004 Speeding: $110.00 - Santo Marcelino Cruz, St. Paul, MN; Jodi Anne Cooley, Westbrook, MN; Shane Michael Jansen, Crofton, NE; Ryan Maynard Koepp. Eagan, MN; Gerald George Lippert, Olivia. MN; Michael Richard Vandeventer, Sioux Falls, SD; Jeffrey Allen Richards, Edina, MN $120.00 - Joseph William Murphy, St. Paul, MN; Stephen Joseph Woitalewiecz, Fulda, MN; Tom Martin Hartlieb, Ft. Calhoun, NE; Jonathon Michael Fox, Excelsior, MN; Therese Marie Lang, Big Lake, MN; Zeev Robashkin, Golden Valley, MN; Peter Alvin Svendgard, Blair, NE; Mark Benjamin Harris, Houston, TX; Lisa Mae Verbrugge, Worthington, MN $130.00 Matthew Adam Vizecky, Windom, MN; Christopher Ivan Carnahan, Mankato, MN; Kevin Edward Hinrichs, Mankato, MN; Danielle Marie Miller, Sioux Falls, SD; Rene Dean Wiebe, Glendora, CA; Allen Walter Cossairt, Ham Lake, MN; Thomas Alan Ansurge, Bloomington, MN; Edward Douglas Thompson, Madison, SD $140.00 - Tony Alan Meyers, Sioux Falls, SD; Travis Michael Wendt, Springfield. MN $170.00 Nathan Daniel Carlson. Waterloo, IA $220.00 - David Alan Hansen, Stillwater, MN; Aaron Phillip Dunigan, Fairmont, MN 5th Deg. Assault: $270.00 Jason Robert Minion, Mt. Lake, MN, jail/prison - stayed 90 days 1 yr., supervised probation 1 yr., pay as ordered, no misd. > viols. 1 yr., complete anger mgmnt, and flw. recm., letter of apology to victim within 2 wks., pmt. plan Minor Consumption: $170.00 Pedro Perez Heredia, Worthington, MN, pay $100 today and rest on pmt. plan Overwidth by 1 Foot: $110.00 - Ricky Alan Nelson, Windom, MN No Seatbelt: $95.00 - Jason Dennis Ysker, Bingham Lake, MN 2nd Deg. DWI-Refusal, Obstructing Legal Process: $970.00 - Clifford Paul Stavnes, Lamberton, MN, jail/prison - 60 days stayed 365 days 2 yrs., supervised probation 2 yrs., 12 days credit, serve 60 days, no alcoJdrugs, cd. assess, no same, sim., 60 days concur- rent for obstructing 2nd. Degree DWI: $970.00, stayed $400.00 - 000000000000000000000 O Sentinel Tribune Tip Line If you see news happening or have a story idea call our News Tip Line. 274-6136 or 1-800.410-1859 Due to staff limitations we may not always be able to respond to your tip.s or ideas. However we will do our best to give every call full regard. Thank you for your help and consideration. 000000000000000000000 Michelle Maurissa Maras. Jeffers, MN, jail/prison - 30 days stayed 365 days 1 yr.. supervised probation 1 yr.. MADD Impact Panel, elec- tronic monitorin, work release nights, DWI Clinic DAC, Fail to Yield- Accident: $320.00 Clemente Bermea, Windom, MN, refer to s/c for wage withholding 4th DWI MSD.: $570.00 - Wyatt 'Nell Bloch, Windom. MN, jail/prison - stayed 30 days 1 yr.. unsu- pervised probation 1 yr., pay as ordered, no misd.>viols. 1 yr., attend DWI Clinic & MADD Impact & pay fee DAC: $370.00, stayed $100.00 Harlan Lester Dittmann, Dundee, MN, jail/prison - stayed 30 days 1 yr., pay as ordered, no misd.>viols. 1 yr. Inattentive Driving, Hit & Run: $420.00 - Charles Glenn Ziegenhagen, Marshall, MN Dog Running at Large, Allow Dog Defacate on Property: $145.00 - Brian Chad Thompson, Windom, MN, pay as ordered, no same or similar 1 yr. Find us on the Web at www.lyon- siouxpress. corn Find the Rest of the Story in the Sentit --,: Tribune Official Weather Station - 2004 SW Research and Outreach Center University of Minnesota Ltmbertou, MN 56152 Hlswrtc PrcciD(in) Catm. Prec m) ..ttil TcmD [1 Cum.(sinee 5/1) Dete Air Temp (F) AIr Tt, mp (F) Daily Since Mat" 1 DMIy Atrafe Cam GDD i I Max Min Max M Cam Hisr 2" 4" $" Crret Htmwc 7 20 88 67 83 61 0.(30 12.58 9.50 88 81 79 1134 1323 7 21 89 68 83 60 1.40 13.98 9.67 85 81 80 116t 1344 7 22 91 64 83 60 0.03 14.01 9.83 8.1 79 78 1186 1365 7 23 80 53 83 60 0.00 14.01 9.97 75 74 74 1203 1386 7 24 71 53 84 60 0.00 14.01 10.07 74 72 72 1214 1407 7 25 77 51 84 61 0.00 14.01 10.10 77 74 73 1228 1429 7 26 79 51 83 60 0.00 14.01 10.25 77 74 74 1243 1450 I ii i IH I I I Relialp are recorded at 8am for the previous 24-hour period Ra:ords ar for on, MN 1961-2N3 North Hero 4-Hers are champions Members of the North Hero 4-H Club earned many Champion and Reserve Champion ribbons at the Redwood County Fair last week in Redwood Falls. 4- Hers entering 7th grade and older are eligible for state fair trips. Grace Bitker: Wildlife. Grand Champion; Needlework, Grand Champion Gwen Bitker: Entomology, Grand Champion; Pie, Reserve Champion Betsy Bottelberghe: Poultry egg production, Reserve Champion; Bantam chickens, Grand Champion; Poultry show and hobby breeding pen, Overall Champion Michael Bottelberghe: Cats, Grand Champion; Indoor gardening, Reserve Champion; Poultry egg pro- duction. Grand Champion; Poultry show and hobby pairs, Reserve Champion; Bantam Pen, Reserve Champion; Intermediate Poultry Showman, Reserve Champion Amelia Malmberg: Outdoor flower gardening, Reserve Champion Sam Malmberg: Indoor gardening, Grand Champion; Potatoes, Reserve Champion; Vegetable gardening, Reserve Champion Johanna Skildum: Pets, Grand Champion Births OBIT AR ES Donna Mae Gullickson L -. page 1 Goats m; riley are 1 it. That wa do are n Henr, t plans tc at the in Augu l r( Donna Mae Gullickson, age 73, of Walnut Grove, passed away Friday, July 23, 2004, at the Valley View Manor in Lamberton. Funeral services were held on Monday, July 26, 2004 at English Lutheran Church in Walnut Grove. Donna was born December 27, 1929 in Tracy, MN to Christ and Ella (Maxium) Bisgaard. She was baptized and confirmed in the Tracy United Methodist Church. She .1. attended school in Tracy. After her schooling, she IIJided to r working as a nurse in Tracy. Jleary caug] , On May 12, 1948 Donna was united in marriage to PJ," she s Buddy Gullickson in Tracy. The couple resided in Trao th, Buddy farmed and Donna continued working as a n iL "' They moved to the farm west of Walnut Grove for a  letter; put of years. Donna then began working for the county cle .UOCKS. houses for the elderly. She also volunteered for the Ha The fir: program. They lived in Walnut Grove from 1970 I. goats c January 4, 2002 when Donna moved into Valley a South Manor. Donna was active in her church circle at Ef since tl Lutheran Church, and in the ladies auxiliary. She enj rs has walking, playing slot machines at Jackpot Junction anderica n ing brownies, drinking coffee,, and visiting with her famlOc]atlon- " friends. Donna was also a b,g Elvis Presley fan and ebers. 1"1 collectables. , t four rr Donna is survived by her husband Darold 1 Gullickson of Walnut Grove; children - Chris GullicksCJl. = meat Garvin, Clayton (Cheryl) Gullickson of Garvin, Lee :_C. Canada r  f =ureadv (Scott) Parker of Revere,, Candy (Bill) Zimme I o .1][  and Lesa (Dwayne) Olson of Northfield; 9 grandchit is ten, great grandson Austin Parker and many other relativell to Katt friends. _tt meat She is preceded in death by her parents, 3 brothersb and ve 1 step-sister. 1 Boers d of th adap t . tes anc Youth Work Matter= iThey a Workshops for Stat and Volunteers elc Youth Work Matters, a training program for volun- teers and seasonal staff who work with youth, will be held at two sites in the PACT4 Families Collaborative serv- ice area in August including August 17 in Litchfield and August 23 in Granite Falls. These four-hour work- shops present an introduc- Caleb John tion to the best practices and  b..l;th., n'J,. ........ :r"' principles of youth work. The rtuutto,! eu t: August 17 session in Cliff and Kari Litchfield is on Building Quality Youth Development Programs for youth in their out-of-school hours and focuses on designing and leading programs based on basic youth needs and devel- opment. It helps participants answer the question. "how do we build and lead a pro- gram so that it attracts and keeps kids interested and involved?" Relationships with adults is one of the keY needs kids seek to have met when theytake part in programs Rubitschung of Windom announce the birth of their son, Caleb John, born June 5, 2004, Grandparents are Irvin Rubitschung of Pine River and John and Sharon Pederson of Fulda. Great grandparents are Irene Pederson of Westbrook and Bernice Amundson of Windom. Valencia Marie Pederson Steven and JoAnn Pederson of Farwell, MN, announce the adoption of their daughter, Valencia Marie, born May 10, 2004. Grandparents are Theodore and Phy]Jis Pederson of Farwell, MN and Edward and Nancy Becket of Kensington, MN. Great grandparents are Irene Pederson of Westbrook and Irene Olson of Alexandria, MN. and Building & Maint Positive Relationships topic of the Granite session. The workshOi cover youth in a com ti context and important needs. Both workshops held from 8:00 a.m. to noon and are for paid and volunteers who with youth during thei of-school hours. Workshops are service providers PACT4 Families Collaborative area grant from PACT4 Center for 4-H Development. There i f for those from Kandiyohi. Meeker. and Yellow Medicine ties. For more to register, call University of Extension Service Office in St. Cloud 241-4591. a page" Original] called 1 eer Fe.. in the le of ye ! group tc l into tion tl it to I Notice to Walnut Grove area subscribers & readers I A drop box for various news items is CLASSIFIED ADS [ located at the .... 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