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SENTINEL TRIBUNE On Record Wednesday, September 1, 2004 Pa COURT NEWS COTTONWOOD COUNTY DISRTICT COURT August 20-26, 2004 Speeding: $110.00 Donnie Thomas Davis, Colleyville, TX; Scott Michael Krueger, Hudson, WI; David J. Benda, Excelsior Springs, MO $120.00 Howard Kent McDonough, Orange City, IA; Somsanouk Phraviseth, Mpls., MN; James Able Espy, Billings, MT $130.00 - Jason Donald Carlson, Beresford, SD $140.00 - Jesse Daniel Meyen, Slayton, MN $220.00 - Danielle Guilbeau Heaton, Eden Prairie, MN 5th Degree Assault: $70.00 - Nicole Christine Hanson, Robbinsdale, MN, jail/prison - 85 days stayed 90 days 1 yr., supervised probation 1 yr., credit 5 days served-jail satisfied, pay as ordered, no misd. > viols. 1 yr., letter apology to victim, anger mgt. assmnt, flw. rec. Dog at Large: $95.00 - Alvin David Meier, Windom, MN No Seatbelt: $95.00 - Carisa Marie Walter, Lakefield, MN Expired Plates: $90.00 - Andrew Dean Jurrens, Windom, MN Domestic Assault: $270.00 - Anacleta A. Marroquin, Mt. Lake, MN, supervised probation 1 yr., pay fine, no msd. viols, or > 1 yr., complete DMA, no con- tact w/Valentina Perez or 1425 Box Elder Mt. Lake rvs. 4th Deg. DWI, Stop in Traffic, Careless Driving: $370.00 - Tricia Jandelle Oeltjenbruns, Mt. Lake, MN DAR: $100.00 - Daniel Richard Schrupp, Windom, MN, jail/prison - stayed 30 days 1 yr., pay as ordered, no misd. > viols. 1 yr., 1 yr. supervised prob. Disobey Stop Sign: $120.00 - Kristina Marie Vogel, Lamberton, MN Illegal Veh. on Roadway: $170.00 - Travis Wayne Mau, Windom, MN, pay in full by 10-1-04 Hit & Run Accident-My. Oc., Drive Around Barricade: $170.00 Lehman Edward Sunderman, Windom, MN Fail to Use Child Restrn., Fail to Provide Proof Ins.: $200.00, stayed $100.00 - Jolene Ann Cazarez Sanchez, Jeffers, MN, pay fine as ordered, no msd. or greater viols. 1 yr., 10 days/10 days styd. Drive in MN w/Susnd.: $370.00 - Jordan Lee Peterson, Estherville, IA Disaster Relief Campaign The Renville/Redwood Chapter of the American Red Cross is participating in the Disaster Relief Campaign announced on August 20, 2004 in response to the cur- rent relief efforts in Florida as well as thousands of other disasters across the country throughout the year. The ler also has sevraldis- .: aster volunteers on standby to serve in the disaster response in Florida. All American Red Cross disaster assistance is free, made possible by voluntary donations of time and money from the American people. You can help the victims of sands of other disasters across the country each year by making a financial gift to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund, which enables the Red Cross to pro- vide shelter, food, counseling and other assistance to those in need. Call 1-800-HELP NOW or 1-800-257-7575 Siani): .gOhn,- to the Disaster Relief Fund may be sent to your local American Red Cross chapter or to the American Red Cross, PO B 37243, Washington, DC 20013. Internet users can make a secure online contribution by visiting www.redcross.org. Enhanced DWI enforcement runs August 27'-:September 12 Troopers from the Marshall office of the State Patrol will target impaired driving during a Safe & Sober campaign, August 27 - September 12, with a special look-out for those most likely to drive impaired -- young males. Of 4,984 total DWI cita- tions in the 13 counties that comprise the Marshall District of the State Patrol over the last two years, ille- gal underage drinkers (age 20 or less) and those ages 21- 24 accounted for 621 arrests. These groups accounted for nearly one-third of DWI's statewide, as well as a majority of first-time offend- ers. "Underage and 'just-of age' drinking drivers are major problems," says Lt. Brian L. West., "Regardless of age, those that threaten public safety by driving impaired will be stopped." The MN Department of Public Safety Office of Traffic Safety will coordinate the effort that will include participation from more than 400 city and county law enforcement agencies and the State Patrol. A similar effort in December yielded more than 1.500 DWI arrests statewide. Saturation patrols will also be conducted in select com- munities throughout the Labor Day week-end. The State Patrol reminds drivers to under- stand and prepare for the .08 alcohol-level concentration law that goes into effect August 2005. Lt. West urges everyone, especially young persons, to be aware that the impact of alcohol is deter- mined by a number of fac- tors: gender, weight, food consumed prior to drinking and pace of drinking. "Practice making petter decisions and safer choices now," says Lt. West. Practice makes perfect and on Southwest MN roads, per- fect needs to be our stan- dard." The safest solution is to have a plan before imbib- ing: use alternative trans- portation, designate a sober driver, call for a cab or a friend, take the bus, or stay the night at the location of the celebration. Safe & Sober is funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The pro- gram is designed to reduce traffic-related fatalities and serious injuries. RSVPs honored for communityservice Two hundred members of RSVP from Cottonwood County were honored August 31 at a recognition party and brunch at Windom Area High School hosted by County RSVP Coordinator Priscilla Jacobson. Entertainment was pro- ''#iled by =pianist, Rozanne ' Gronseth, and singer, Brady Ysker-Giefer. RSVP Board Member and County Commissioner Chuck Severson, led a sing-along. Flowers decorating the tables were grown by Cottonwood County Master Gardeners. (4,000+hours); Gold (500+hours for 2003); Silver (250-499 hours) and Bronze (100-249 hours). Cottonwood County RSVPs had 3 lifetime recipi- ents, Norma Kruse, Alice Mau and Willis Wittrock. Honored with Gold awards wefe Stoesz, Willis WittrocI and Joyce Ysker. Silver honorees are Pauline Barrows, Bernice Dick, Robert Emmert, Linda Friesen, Donna Hansen, Alice Mau, Edna Regier, Doris Sheer, Marlys Sorenson, Ruth Steinfeldt, Marilyn Sudenga, Marilyn Storden Baptist Church hosts Night Out "Dig in and Do it" is the motivational theme for this year's Ladies' Night Out. The women of Storden Baptist Church invite all ladies from the area to come out and enjoy an evening of fellowship. Wednesday, September 15th will be the night to bring a friend and listen to guest speaker Cheryl Wells. Cheryl lives in LeMars. LA. With her husband Michael of 26 years. They have four children ranging in ages from 26 to 9 years old. Mike and Cheryl serve together on the state board of the Iowa Family Policy Center, which is an affiliate of Focus on the Family. They speak together and share their story of rec- onciliation and restoration. Cheryl serves on National Board of Christ and_ is Administrator of Living Center" in Mike and CheD,1 have opened this agency as to hurting people lies. It serves as a center for people to the help that they pull themselves out potholes of life. speaks for Women's Club Women's groups and es about freedom in and the healing power Word of God, the Newsl Tickets are calling Jan 274-5266. or Grace at 445-3356. Cottonwood Cou Relay for Life huge success The Cottonwood County 2004 Relay for Life was a huge success! Held July 30- 31 at the Cottonwood County Fairgrounds, the event is expected to clear close to $33,000 after expenses. Top fundraising teams were: #1 Batting for a Cure: Team Members: Mary Theesfeld (captain), Shirley Lyons, Jan Dusher, Cindy Litfin, Kay Evers, Nancy Meyer, Mary Schaufenbuel, Sandbo (captain), Wahl. Betty Wipe Sandbo, Sam Sandbo, Paulson, Sharon Kacey Hancock, Langland High individual raisers: #1 Shirley $2,121.00 #2 Sharon $1.200.00 #3 Brenda - $1.080.00 It was a beautiful and we met our Diane Bennet, Jim Wheeler, . couldn't Chris Elzenza, Carol Hartman #2 Freedom Fighters Team Members: Susan Goeman, Joyce Jorgenson (captains), LuAnn Ryker, KayLee Ryker, Sheila Ryker, Cindy Ryker, Gail Smith. Shirley Wolf, Diane Determan, Sharon Carter, Harriet Moller, Nikki Eidem, Sandi Thomas, Beth Engen #3 Sandbox Pals Team Members: JoAnn happen wit each of you! Buy, Sell, Rent in Classified S, Tribune Ph. 800-41%185! Hurricane Charley and thou- Mary McLaughlin, exec- Wahl and Tom Wickie, all ,oa, utive director of RSvp of from WindomandMt. Lake. R ppert / rY/or All Your Excavating Needs thanked the for their receiving Bronze award dedication to serving their are Wesley Bakker, aWqt | ONKEN BACKHOE SERVICE communities. In 2003. the Carolyn Benson, k.O 296 RSVPs from Cottonwood Johnson and Jane 'l Complete Farm Drainage Schultz. Hwy. 30, Currie, MN The RSVP recognition SuperClean party was made possible by Ditch Cleaning Dozer Work Basement Digging All Types of Trackhoe & Backhoe Work Septic System Design & Installation ' Mike Onken ,I Westbrook Shop Lyle Onken 507-274-6649 507-763-3303 507-836-1049 County served 22,695 hours at a variety of non-profits. The volunteer stations where RSVPs serve, donated door prizes that were given out to the volunteers at the party. The Corporation for National Service has a new award program based on hours volunteers recorded in 2003. RSVPs were recog- nized with President's Volunteer Service Awards in four categories: Lifetime I I II 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 WalnutGrove Post Office. Hours: Monday - Friday 9 a,m, to 5 p,m, Saturday 9 a,m, to 4 p,m. g donations from Windom United Services, Storden American Legion, Windom Eagles Women's Auxiliary and the Toro Company. RSVP members must be age 55 and over. A variety of service opportunities are available to suit the talents, interests and time people have available. CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-6136 OR 1-800-410- 1859 Phillips 66 1-877-763-3777 Toll Free 507-760-1355 Cell 1-507-763-3778 Convenience Store Hours: 5:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR Bulk Delivery - Ethanol - Fuel Oil Premium Bio Diesel " (blended to customers specs?2% - 100%) Lubricants MOBIL- PHILLIPS- EXXON Others available Bulk- Barrels Wholesale, Retail Complete Line Bait & Tackle 24 HOUR CARE IN A HOME SETTING For more information, contact Dolly Hewitt at 212-0073 or 828-5694 We encourage our residents to maintain an active lifestyle and participate as they choose in recreational events and ongoing functional activities. 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