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SENTINEL TRIBUNE RECORD Wednesday, October 9, 2013 Page 2 COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT Sept. 30 - Oct. 2, 2013 Speeding: $125.00- Scott E. Suedbeck, Maple Grove, MN $135.00 - Brett M. Amberg, Mt. Lake, MN $225.00 - Aaron L. Betz, Avoca, MN Angling without a license: $135.00 - Juan N. Almodovar, Worthington, MN Unfastened child pas- senger restraint system: $225.00 - Anadina Lugo, Mt. Lake, MN Seat belt violation: $110.00 - Jillion D. Preston, Heron Lake, MN Restrictions on opera- tion - parks; scientic/ natural/ wildlife/man- agement area: $185.00 - Joseph C. Rummens, Windom, MN Inattentive driving: $125.00 Lonnie R. Lawson, Harrodsburg, KY Driving without a valid license: $185.00 - Jennifer L. Marx, Mt. Lake, MN HERITAGE HOUSE MUSEUM Pulling together By Carolyn Van Loh The adage "Many hands make light work" has been around for over 400 years; yet, the meaning still rings true today. A couple Saturdays ago the Heritage House volunteers held a fundraiser luncheon. A note on the classified page thanks those who donated time, supplies and food for the meal. Museum volunteers worked together serving and cleaning up afterwards. Workers appreciated each diner who took the time and effort to support our local museum while enjoying lunch and visiting with friends. Over the years, our com- munity has been supportive of individuals and Causes. Gathering supplies and food to equip a hospital even before it was taking patients is a good example of the generosity of our residents. Donating money to build the Good Samaritan Home is another example. Both of MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN ThU:: 10/10 74/53 Mix of sun and clouds. Highs in the mid 70s and lows in the low 50s. 69/43 Windy with thunder- storms in the area. Poten- tial for severe thunder- storms. 61/41 Mix of sun and clouds. Highs in the low 60s and lows in the low 40s. MURRAY COUNTY t- , : / 60/41 A few clouds. Highs in the low 60s and lows in the low 40s. lO/14 54/39 Mix of sun and clouds. Highs in the mid 50s and lows in the upper 30s. Area news briefs Fuida Free Press - Kirsten Pagel a 2010 graduate of Fulda High School, and daughter of Mike and Theanne Pagel, received a gold rose at the University of Minnesota Homecoming Coronation. The gold rose indicated that she had been chosen as the 2013 Homecoming Queen. Lamberton News - The Red Rock Central Auditorium Renovation Committee learned that it will take an additional 50 thousand dollars to their present 50 thousand dollars to provide theater lights and electrical needs for the auditorium project. The money will need to be raised through fundrais- !ers and private donations. WE GET RESULTS-- Please (ontact us to discuss the sale, purchase, or rental of your farm real estate. lET US SEE WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU! Murray County News - Chelsey Nelson, formerly of Slayton, has landed her big dream job with the MN Lynx Women's Basketball team. May of 2013, after graduating from college, she started an internship with the Lynx. The end of September the Lynx organization offered her a full- time position as the Fan Experience Specialist. Tracy Headlight Herald - Robert Gervais, Tracy EDA director, has told the EDA and Tracy City Council that two parties have expressed an interest in acquiring the former Tracy Bakery building. He also expressed optimism that the development for the former Lau Seed property was moving forward. Windom Citizen - Pastor Sarah Larsen Tade is the new pas- tor of American Lutheran, Windom and Bethany Lutheran, Bergen. Larsen Tade had been serving a multi-point parish from the Eastern North Dakota Synod before moving to Windom with her husband, Noel, and their three children, Eliana, Yanick, and Isaac. these eras are history, but the need for pulling together continues today. We need to preserve our history for future generations. Heritage House Museum, located in the former depot, houses memorabilia from the last 100+ years: artifacts, photos and countless', items that represent our past. Many museum volunteers are senior citizens who have the time but not the strength and ener- gy to maintain the facility. They desire new ideas and help from younger, more able-bodied individuals who are interested in our local his- tory. Andrea Poon worked hard last summer rearranging museum exhibits and instilled new life into the museum. She now has the responsibil- ities of museum director. If you share the passion of preserving local history, con- tact Gene Larson (274-5397) for information on how you can help. Use of Small and Rural Libraries Grows in the Digital Age New data provide first federal look at these important community institutions Washington, DC -- Rural and small public libraries in the United States are commu- nity anchors, providing criti- cal services and resources to meet a variety of local needs. The IMLS brief, The State of Small and Rural Libraries in the United States, provides the agency's first targeted analysis of trends for rural and small library services. The report gives an overview of the distribution, service use, fiscal health, and staff- ing of these important com- munity assets. One of the report's surprising findings is the sheer number of public libraries that can be classified as either small or rural. The report finds that 6,098 libraries (77.1 percent of all public libraries) are small libraries and that overall 46 million people (15.4 percent of the population) are served by small libraries. Further the Math Eleclric, Inc. is currenlly accepng appliceona for a Maintenance Ele for our Huron, SO division. Qualirl candidates must be a licensed SD Joumeywoker eleccian or a @lied cempleted ApprenlJce, be able to install new elecical services, repair electrical equipment, and Iroubleshoot Hours are 10:30pm o 7:30am Monday-Friday. 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Bubai Food Store 507-859-2160 For your convenience there is a toll-free number at our Westbrook Office 1-rnn-zn )-1859 If you have questions or would like to place an ad or order printing please call the above number. report fmds that city libraries are being outpaced by their rural counterparts in provid- ing access to broadband and e-books. "This report is a must read for policymakers who are concerned about the health and vitality of rural America," said Susan H. Hildreth, Director of the Institute of Museum and Library Services. "Whether the issue is education, eco- nomic development, or access to broadband, small and rural libraries are impor- tant communications hubs for people in small towns and rural locations." For this analysis, IMLS developed definitions for "small" and "rural," terms that lack widely accepted defini- tions when applied to public libraries. "Rural" is defined using locale codes developed by the U.S. Census Bureau for the National Center for Education Statistics to indi- cate any area outside of an urbanized area or urban clus- ter. "Small library" is defined as a public library with a legal service area population below 25,000 people. The brief's key findings include the following: *Of the 8,956 public librar- ies in the United States in FY2011, 77.1 percent can be categorized as small. Almost half of all public libraries, 46.8 percent, were rural libraries. Their sheer number and broad distribution across the country speaks volumes about the value local com- munities place on library ser- vices. *In FY2011, there were 167.6 million recorded vis- its to rural public libraries, a number that has increased by 4,2 percent over the past three years, and there were 301.2 million visits to small public libraries in FY2011, a three-year increase of 4.6 percent. The fact that service use continues to increase at these libraries at a time when other libraries are experienc- ing declines on a per capita basis is a further testament to their resilience and continued relevance to rural life. For more research, data, and publications of the IMLS Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation visit the IMLS webpage at www.imls. gov/research. i FAIRIAND NAGEMENT COMPANY 339 1 lth Street, Windom, MN YOUR AG REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS SINCE 1922. --For Sale-- JUST LISTED! 360.0 (+/-) acres in Section 16-107-39 in Doviay Township. Diverse properties with good farmland, CRP, creek/ditch, grassland and wooded areas. Offered as three separate tracts: Tract #1 : SW% (160 +/- ac.); 125.69 cult/CRP acres; CP1=91.9; CER=67.05; Tract #2:N%SEV4 & SEY4NEV4 (120 +/- ac.); 90.86 cult acres; CP1=81.3; CER = 54.22; Tract #3:SV2SEV4 (80 +/-ac.); 72.23 cult acres; CP1=88.9; CER = 71.18; Offered individually via private treaty. Please contact us for details. 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