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TRIBUNE didn't know that[" Tom Conr Information Officer "I didn't know that!" If you're a hunter, boater or trapper, undoubtedly uttered words in connection the m)Tiad laws regu- those activities. the confession made to a law officer. Recently, a young fellow phoned his mother a boat on a nearby lake. two friends had just ticketed for not having extinguisher in their "How were we sup- to know you're sup- to have a fire extin- the boat," he testi- "That's really The DNR needs so they're just trying write as many tickets as can," he charged. Rather than delve into messy discussion, I dug a MN boating guide asked his moth- to give it to him. If you hunt, boat, fish or there are three hand- that you should have your possession and page now and again. In to the boating the current year's and Trapping Handbook and Fishing Regulations should both be close thand. The 2004 MN Hunting Trapping Regulations have just been to ELS license ven- locations and DNR throughout the state. yes, it's thicker than As more people with interests, vie for to pursue their activity, conflicts And that can often tomore regulation.. for example, deer It's not what it was, when southern was literally void deer and if you wanted to whitetails you grabbed rifle and headed north. many still prefer to with a rifle, but there also those who favor the slug zone to the Add in the growing of muzzleloader and archers and the of managing those in ways that minimize while still providing opportunity tends to result in a new paragraph or two being added to the regula- tion handbook. This year, the handbook includes a dozen new regula- tions. Examples are: * Minnesota's first mourning dove migratory game bird season since 1946 begins September 1 and the pheasant season has been extended to December 31. *Minnesota's first elk season since 1998 will be held this fall; deer manage- ment and intensive harvest permits have been eliminat- ed and replaced by bonus permits. *Firearms and all-sea- son deer hunters will no ionger be restricted to taking anterless deer in an area declared in advance, but will be asked what permit area they hunt the most. *Party hunting is now legal with the all-season deer license and youth under 18 years of age may purchase a half-price archery or firearms deer license and may take deer of either sex statewide. *Waterfowl shooting hours on opening day now begins at 9 a.m. Keeping up with all the changes in today's complex and fast-paced world can seem as difficult as hitting a teal in a 40 mph wind. It's no different in the realm of hunting and fishing where regulation changes seem to occur almost overnight. What lakes have special regulations, and what are those regulations? You can keep walleye over 16 inches on that lake but not on this one. What's up with that? What's the limit on sunfish? Do I need a wild turkey stamp and does it need to be signed and affixed to the license? How about state and federal waterfowl stamps? If I'm a private landown- er, do I need a license and pheasant stamp to hunt on my own land? Let's see, I can hunt waterfowl until sundown and deer until a half-hour after sundown. Or is it vice versa? Do I need to wear blaze orange 'while waterfowl hunting during the deer season? Do I need to plug my shotgun to hunt mourning doves? When the game warden New Expanded Hours: Monday: 7 aan. to 5 pan. Tuesday: 7 aan. to 11:30 aan. Wednesday: 7 aan. to 5 pan. Thursday: 9 aan. to 6 pan. Friday: 7 aan. to 5 pan. ROCK CHIROPRACTIC - Kyle Pankonin, D.C. Lamberton, MN. 56152 Office 507-752-7650 Home 507-752- 7805 Fax 507-752-7635 Email pankonkk@rrcnet.org Website: hhtp://wwwxrcnet.org/-pankonkk Providers for most health " ,,, Ag l?00ews appears, seemingly from nowhere, what hunter or angler does not hear that tiny voice in the back of the brain as, "Ok, what have you done wrong?" Several years ago, two DNR conservation officers approached while I was duck hunting alone in a boat. Questions immediate- ly began flashing through m y mind. Plug in the gun? Any stray lead shot acciden- tally put in with the steel shot? License, stamps - signed and attached? PFD? What's the wood duck limit again? HIP certified? Until they finally left, that little voice kept worry- ing me. "You've probably done something wrong. what did you do? What did you forget?" Fortunately, even though I felt somehow guilty of doing "something wrong, I had violated no law. Unless you memory is a whole lot better than anyone I know, you'd be wise to spend some time periodically reading through the 2004 handbook and keeping it handy whenever you're afield. "I didn't know that!" just doesn't cut it when the CO discovers you don't have a fire extinguisher in the boat. New study- drinking milk daily may lower colon cancer risk A study in the latest issue of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute found that increased con- sumption of milk and calci- um were related to lower risk of colon cancer. People who consumed one glass or more of milk per day lowered their risk of colon cancer - the third most common can- cer worldwide- by 15 percent compared to those who drank less than 1/3 cup of milk per day. Researchers pooled results of 10 prospec- tive studies in North America and Europe, total- ing more than 1/2 a million people, nearly 5,000 of who eventually got colorectal can- cer. "This is an exciting analysis because it con- tributes to previous research on the topic," said Melissa Hooper, RD for Midwest Dairy Council. "Earlier stud- ies have found that increas- ing calcium consumption from sources including milk, cheese and yogurt may reduce the risk of colon can- cer by slowing the abnormal growth of cells that eventual- ly lead to colon cancer." Health professionals rec- ommend that Americans get 3 to 4 servings of dairy foods daily to get the calcium, vita- min D, potassium and other nutrients they need. In addi- tion to 9 essential nutrients, dairy foods contain com- pounds such as conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and lacto- ferrin, which have been found to have anti-cancer properties. s Station wlth convenience store. Marlow's 705 1st Ave., Westbrook, MN Great IoeatJno, close tO SChool, no current fuel franchise affiliation, Orion Hot Stuff Pizza fran- C equipped  kitchen, cetiel cosed site. 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Champ: Brianna Mattison, Lamberton Leprechauns Breeding Ewe Champion (Purple, Trophy) Paige Greenfield, Lamberton Leprechauns Black Face: Class 1 1st Kasey Jo Schmidt, Springdale Climbers; 2nd Lindsey Asp, Lamberton PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE It all starts with Newspapers Leprechauns; Class 2 1st Kasey Jo Schmidt, Springdale Climbers; 2nd Kasey Jo Schmidt, Springdale Climbers; Class 3 1st Kasey Jo Schmidt, Springdale Climbers Showmanship: Reserve Joseph Hook, Springdale Climbers Swine Breeding Gilt Champion, Reserve (Lavender) Nicole Mattison, Lamberton Leprechauns Grand Champion Barrow: (Trophy) Joshua Hook, Springdale Climbers Production Carcass Barrow: 1st Taylor Mattison, Lamberton Leprechauns; 2nd James Fultz, Springdale Climbers Market Animal Champion (Purple) Springdale Climbers Showmanship: Reserve Nathan Mattison, Lamberton Leprechauns Jr. Barrow Champion: Joshua Hook, Springdale Climbers; Reserve Champion Taylor Mattison, Lamberton Leprechauns Horse Showman at Halter: Novice Champion, Reserve Lamberton Leprechauns Lead Line Champion Allison VanDerWal, Lamberton Leprechauns Barrels: Novice Champion Allison VanDerWal, Lamberton Leprechauns Animal Science Pets: Pet Parade/Dog: Champion Shayla Frericks, Lamberton Leprechauns Pet Parade/Other Pets: Reserve Champion Shayla Frericks, Lamberton Leprechauns Pet Project Display or Poster: Champion Johanna Skildum, North Hero All Stars Cat Display or Poster: Champion Michael Bettelberghe, North Hero All Stars Personal Growth & P_e_zlamaa Health: Champion Michael Goblish, Milroy Go Getters Safety: Champion Melissa Goblish, Milroy Go Getters; Reserve Champion Amanda Goblish, Milroy Go Getters Self-Determined: Reserve Champion Jonna Maas, North Hero All Stars Youth Leadership: Reserve Champion Jonna Maas, North Hero All Stars Communication Arts Division Creative Arts/Crafts: Reserve Champion Michael Goblish, Milroy Go Getters Photography: Reserve Champion Sandy Zeug, Milroy Go Getters Digital Photography: Champion Kristina Hillesheim, Lamberton Leprechauns Home Economics Division Food & Nutrition/Science Exhibit: Champion Elizabeth Pals, Milroy Go Getters Microwave Cooking: Champion Sally Kronback, Lamberton Leprechauns Pastry: Champion Isaac Kirschstein, Lamberton Leprechauns; Reserve Champion Gwen Bitker, North Hero All Stars Food Preservation: Champion Matt Moldan, Lamberton Leprechauns; Reserve Champion Jennifer Benedict, Lamberton Leprechauns Fiber/Needle Arts: Champion Grace Bitker, North Hero All Stars Mechanical Seiencel Aerospace: Reserve Champion Skyler Vold, Lamberton Leprechauns Electric: Reserve Champion Eric Carter, Springdale Climbers Small Engines: Champion Joshua Hook, Springdale Climbers Natural Resources Entomology: Champion Gwen Bitker, North Hero All Stars; Reserve Champion Skyler Void, Lamberton Leprechauns Wildlife Biology: Champion Grace Bitker North Hero All Stars Plant & Soil Science Corn: Champion Kristina Hillesheim, Lamberton Leprechauns Potatoes: Champion Joshua Hook, Springdale Climbers Flower Gardening: Champion Matthew Moldan, Lamberton Leprechauns; Reserve Champion Amelia Malmberg, North Hero All Stars Indoor Gardening: Champion Samuel Malmberg North Hero All Stars; Reserve Champion Michael Bottelberghe, North Hero All Stars .... Lawn & Landscape Design: Champion Jennifer Benedict, Lamberton Leprechauns; Reserve Champion Julia Carter, Springdale Climbers Vegetable Gardening: Reserve Champion Samuel Malmberg, North Hero All Stars Clothing Construction: Reserve Champion Sally Kronback, Lamberton Leprechauns Clothes You Buy: Champion Kasey Jo Schmidt, Springdale Climbers; Reserve Champion Jona Maas, North Hero All Stars Clothing Construction: Reserve Champion Sally Kronback, Lamberton Leprechauns Clothes You Buy: Champion Kasey Schmidt, Springdale Climbers; Reserve Champion Jonna Maas, North Hero All Stars llmmLC.mm_ Clothes You Make : Gwen Bitker, North Hero All Stars; Abigail Knott, Sally Kronback, Allison VanDerWal, Lamberton Leprechauns Clothes You Buy: Jonna Maas, North Hero All Stars; Kristina Hillesheim, Chelsie Gransee, Lamberton Leprechauns "School Starts Soon" Watch for stopped school buses. Come to a complete stop, and wait for the arm of the bus to go up and the red light to go off before resuming to drive or pass. Use caution, by watching for children as they make their way to and from the buS. Always maintain a safe distance behind the vehicle in front of you. Have a safe school year. Remember drivers, drive carefullyl Obey all of the traffic rules. Submitted by: Josh Byers 8-2-o4