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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, August 7, 2013 Page 2 By Digger Phelps Another week of sum- along with their normal mer is suddenly behindtournaments. The course us, and at the time this has been busy, as well, with appears in print the ladies numerous players honing will have completed another their skills in anticipation of of their "Cancer/Hospice" some of the late season tour- Tournament. Presently,naments. Later this week there are some 120 women the course will host the slated to enjoy the day. "Youth Open" on Thursday, The ladies have completed and the "Parent/Relative/ their league play for the year Child" on Saturday. Call with Shirley Wolf and Gall the clubhouse or stop out for Smith again repeating as information. Two-Lady League Champs. Local golfer, Gary The Five-Lady League was DeBates, carded his eighth won by the team of Jan"hole-in-one" as he iced Lindaman, Dawn Byers, the third hole at Rolling Lori Amundson, Mary L.Hills last Saturday evening. Anderson, and Julie Jurrens. Congratulations Gary [[ Congratulations to the win- As we get a little fur- ners. ther into August, the course The men still have some could definitely benefit from four weeks remaining in the some rain, but, as usual, second half, and the leaders we'll take what we can get. are as follows: Dwayne is presently pump- Early League 1 - R. Hair ing water from our pond on and S. Olson - 48; RanHole #2 into the pond on and Dave Jorgenson 41 Hole # 1 in order to get more Early League 2 -D. water into the pond from Homing and J. Bakken - 44 which we water our greens 1/2; H. Erickson and L. and fairways. Bakken-42 1/2 Quote of the week - Intermediate League- D. "If you can't hit a driver, Barker and J. Polk-48; S. don't.". .............. Greg Ruppert and M. Hansen - Norman 43 Keep your head down The course has been busy and we'll see you on the with the clubhouse host- course!! ing numerous social events Ins WWG Volleyball practice will begin Monday, August 12 with two-a-day practic- es from 8-11am and 3-5pm through Friday. Practices will include players enter- ing 8th grade through 12th grade. Bring outdoor and indoor shoes, kneepads, waterbottle, and hand towel. Players must be ready and on the court by 7:50am. COLLEGE NEWS Chanel Madson named to Northwestern College Dean's List Chanel Madson, daughter of Gregory and Joyce Madson of Westbrook, was named with High Honors to the spring semester dean's list at Northwestern Collegein St. Paul, Minn. The dean's list includes full- time students with a grade point average (GPA) during the semester of 3.65 (out of 4.0) or higher. Madson is pursuing a degree in Public Relations at Northwestern. DNR QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK Q: I just bought a personal ties? If so, where are they watercraft. Are there located and where can a restrictions on the hours I person find information can operate it? about them? A: Yes, operation of personal A: Minnesota has more than watercraft is allowed only 4,500 miles of routes mapped from 9:30 a.m. to one hour and managed for canoeing, before sunset. For more rules kayaking, boating and camp- and regulations regarding ing. There are 33 state water personal watercraft, go to trails with a network of more than 1,400 public water boatwater, accesses, campsites and rest -Kara Owens, DNR boat areas. The Minnesota and water safety specialist Department of Natural Resources manages the first Q: Because of their flat and largest water trails sys- hulls, canoes and kayaks tem in the nation, which can navigate just about any started 50 years ago. A vari- body of water, but are there ety of opportunities are avail- trails specifically designat- able - ranging from placid ed for these types of activi- rivers ideal for beginners to challenging whitewater rap- ids to sea kayaking the North Shore of Lake Superior. In fact, there is a state water trail within an hour of most homes in Minnesota. Remote camping on state water trails is generally free and nonreservable. There are also 34 state parks and recre- ation areas on state water trails where people can reserve a campsite for a fee. Free maps, river level reports and other trip planning infor- mation can be found on the DNR's website at www. - Erik Wrede, DNR water trails coordinator 76/51 Partly cloudy with a stray thunder- storm. 71/43 Times of sun and clouds. Highs in the low 70s and lows in the low 40s. 72/52 Morning clouds fol- lowed by af- ternoon sun. 74/55 Partly cloudy with a stray thunder- storm. 75/54 Partly cloudy. Highs in the mid 70s and lows in the mid 50s. Buys_Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 & area subscibers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... Bubai Food Store 507-859-2160 For your convenience there is a toll-free number at our Westbrook Office MISCELLANEOUS 1-800-410-1859 If you have questions or ,ould like to place an ad or order printing please call the above number. COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT July 19-30, 2013 Speeding: $125.00 Judith Isabel Nelson, Springfield, MN $135.00 - Thomas Michael Billeter, Sioux Falls, SD; Kirsten Marie Gunderson, Garfield, Football practice for MN $145.00 - Micah WWG will start Monday, August 12 with a practice Lowell Bargen, Mt. Lake, from 8:00 am to Noon. MN; Angela Jean Starner, Equipment will be distributed Westbrook, MN $225.00 - on Thursday, August 8 at Amanda Kay Salzl, Albany, 6:30 pm. All players should attend. Athletes need a physi- cal every three years. Upcoming WWG High School Dates August 12 Football, Volleyball and Soccer prac- tice starts August 13 WWG Athletic Potluck at WB Com. Center 6:00 August 19 - School Starts August 21 - Junior High VB and FB practice starts August 23 - Volleyball match at Tracy 5:00 August 27 - Soccer match vs Worthington at Tracy 5:00 August 29 - Football game vs GHECT at Westbrook 7:00 Passing on right when prohibited: $135.00- Cody Alan Jurgens, Windom, MN 5th degree assault: $80.00 - Aron Burton Koch, Windom, MN, 90 days Fishing w/o license: $130.00 -Stacia Lucille Berghorst, Windom, MN $180.00 -Wah Lar, St. Paul, MN Fish and Game -Take MN fish with nets, traps, trot Seat belt: $105.00 - lines, or snares: $180.00 - Ashley Kate Kopitski, Hser Ner Moo, St. Paul, MN Windom, MN; Dalton DWI: $505.00- Javier Arthur Wall, Mt. Lake, MN; Cisneros, Windom, MN, Ricky Warren Pack, Walnut complete chem. assessment, Grove, MN follow recs.; remain law- Failure to display cur- abiding; 30 days stayed for rent registration - Expired 1 yr.; 1 yr. sup. probation plates: $110.00 - Taylor CFR - brakes(s) beyond Dayne Ayers, Windom, MN readjustment limits: Abandoned/Unlicensed $235.00 - James Lyle vehicle ordinance: $180.00 Kremmin, Mt. Lake, MN - Jessica Dealoras Ludewig, Under 21 consumption: Windom, MN $180.00 - Ryan David Failure to yield: $130.00 Byers, Westbrook, MN - Tarynn Shane Dallenbach, $185.00 Luke Martin Walnut Grove, MN Henkels, Heron Lake, MN Exceed allowable 80000Driving w/o valid license pound gross weight: or vehicle Class/Type; $885.00 - Gregory AlanMultiple licenses prohibit- Kunze, Fulda, MN ed: $185.00Pueblo CFR- Other tires belowAlvarado Hernandez- 2/32 inch - 4 tires: $200.00 Rodriguez, Butterfield, MN - Gregory Alan Kunze, Fish and Game- Possess Fulda, MN device 2/16-4/30; spear, Illegal use of registra- dip net, fish trap, seine: tion tabs: $300.00 - Ricky $180.00 Christoopher Warren Pack, Walnut Grove, Ryan Hetterich, Windom, MN MN Theft: $380.00- Shawna No or inoperative Marie Fleshman, Windom, breakaway brakes: MN, 90 days stayed for 1 $185.00- Eugene Lehman yr.; I yr. unsup, probation Sunderman, Windom, MN The WWG Athletic Booster Club will host the annual athletic potluck on Tuesday, August 13 at 6:00 p.m. at the Westbrook Community Center. This year they will provide the meat for the potluck. Families are asked to bring salads and deserts. Beverages and eat- ing utensils will also be pro- vided. The principal, athletic director and coaches will go over various rules, etc. All WWG athletes in grades 7-12 and parents are encouraged to attend. Sentinel Tribune available at: Hoyt Oil & Convenience Bubai Grocery Store Thrifty White Pharmacy Maynard's Grocery ExpressWay Shady Drive-Inn Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - Changes in the curriculum schedule at Fulda Elementary School has allowed for art classes to be offered during one semester of the 2013-2014 school year. Health classes have also been incorporated into this year's school schedule at the elementary level. Being eliminated is the Drug and Alcohol Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) pro- gram. The elimination is a scheduling decision. Lamberton News - The Troy Erickson family of rural Storden were honored as they were named the 2013 Cottonwood County Farm Family by the MN Extension Office. Troy and Lisa are very involved in the farm opera- tion as are their four children. Besides running 2,000 acres with Tray's dad, Dennis, they operate a farm seed business that employees Gaelen Plotter as a full-time salesman. Murray County News - Lorrie Mortensen recently joined the staff at Murray County Medical Center as their new Chief Nursing Officer. Originally from LeMars, IA, Mortensen's family has been coming to the Lake Shetek since before she was bom. Her great grandparents, grand- parents, and parents have had a home on the southwest part of Lake Shetek for 47 years. Tracy Headlight Herald - Some 320 cyclists got in gear for the annual Toys for Tots Fun Run Saturday. After gathering in Amiret, the ride headed to Marshall, where each cyclist dropped off a toy for later distribution to disadvantaged children. 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