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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Inside Wednesday, October 9, 2013 Page 3 Ambulance --Frompagel DNR predicts 'brilliant' fall colors season No one wants to take down the First Responders because they also do a great service to the communities they serve. However even though First Responders can do most of what EMT's do, they can not transport vic- tims. That will have to wait for the nearest ambulance service. Also First Responders do not have to be on call. If you are interested in becoming an EMT or First Responder you can contact either city clerks in Walnut Grove and Westbrook; Jan Johnson, in Westbrook; Mike Landuyt in Walnut Grove. Members of the Walnut Grove Ambulance squad are: (EMT's) Ford Ankrum, Eric Belling, Elizabeth Bender, Jeff Harnack, Joleen Baumann, Nate Knakmuhs, Amy Koblegard, Michael Landuyt, and Joleen Shaaf. First Responders: Dan Baker, Buddy Baumann, Andy Foster, and Tom Hansen. Westbrook EMT's: Ryan Anderson, Scott Caswell, Angle Cohrs, DeAnn Conrad, Dan Joel, Jan Johnson, Joan Jorgenson, Bev Pederson, Dave Van Loh, and Brandy Vande Kieft. First Responders: Curt Madson, Alan Wahl, and Jeff Weis. LAND AUCTION DOVRAY TOWNSHIP, MURRAY COUNTY, MN Youth deer -- From page I Youth must meet all fire- arms safety requirement, pos- sess a license and use the appropriate firearm for the permit area in which they are hunting. They may take a deer of either sex. Licenses for youth ages 10, 11 and 12 are free. Licenses for youth ages 13-17 cost $5. All youths must pay a $1 issuing fee when obtaining a license. An adult mentor must accompany the youth but may not hunt or carry a firearm. The special season should occur when students are on school break. Public land is open as is private land, pro- vided the youth hunter has landowner permission. Participating in youth deer season does not preclude the youth from participating in the regular firearms deer sea- son but any deer harvested do count against the youth's season bag limit. CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-61 36 OR 1 -800-410-1859 WWG Charger Student of the Week Nicholas Hang is the WWG Student of the Week Nicholas is in the 6th grade. Congratulations on being the Student of the Week I. Waves of fall color will roll across Minnesota's for- ests and prairies, and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Parks and Trails Division encourages families to get out and enjoy them. The statewide fall color report at www.mndnr. gov (www.dnr.state.mn.us/ fall_colors/index.html) is updated every Thursday by staff at Minnesota state parks and recreation areas. These reports include percent of color change, peak color pro- jections and three state park or trail destinations consid- ered "hot picks" of the week. "We're predicting it will be a brilliant fall color season," said Patricia Arndt, com- munications and outreach manager for the Department of Natural Resources Division of Parks and Trails. "Although it's been dry late- ly, the trees got adequate rain earlier this season. Now we just need a combination of sunny days and cool nights in the weeks ahead to bring out the fall colors. We've timed many of our fall hiking, bik- ing, geocaching and paddling programs at Minnesota state parks and trails to coincide with peak color, and we hope to see lots of people getting outdoors to enjoy this beauti- ful time of year." Colors typically peak between late September and mid-October in southern third (which includes Twin Cities). Fall color programs are listed in the free "Feel the 'Wow' of Fall" brochure at Minnesota state parks and recreation areas, Twin Cities libraries and REI stores and the Parks and Trails kiosk across from food court at Rosedale Center. The DNR Information Center will also mail the brochure to anyone who requests it. In addition to its week- ly online reports, the DNR offers fall colors "to go" on a mobile website compatible with smart phones and tab- lets. These reports include percent of color change, inte- grated with Google maps. To access the mobile site, scan the QR code at http://mndnr. gov/mobile or visit http:// mndnr.gov/mobile/fall_col- ors and bookmark the site on a smart phone or other mobile device: For more information, visit the online calendar at www.mndnr.gov or call DNR Information Center at 651- 296-6157 or toll-free 888- 646-6367 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Subscribe to the Sentinel Tribune That's what our town is made of. State Farm has a long heritage of helping out in the community. That's why I'm proud to support Student of the Week. Get to a better State . Roger Haar Ins Agcy Inc Roger Haar, Agent 432 1st Avenue 45 State Farm" Westbrook, MN 56183 Bus: 507-274-6164 1201196 State Farm, Bloomington, IL 212867 A vehicle permit is required for entrance to Minnesota state parks and recreation areas. Visitors may start with a one-day per- mit for $5 and visit as many state parks as they choose. The one-day permit may be traded in before the end of the day for $5 off a year-round permit. Year-round permits, $25, provide unlimited access to all 76 Minnesota state parks and recreation areas for a year from the month of pur- chase. Visitors to Minnesota state parks can upload fall color photos to the DNR's fall color website. Tuesday, October 22, 2013 At Westbrook Senior Center, Westbrook MN Sale beginning at IO'OOAM Property Location: S 1/2 S 1/2 NEll4 AND N 1/2 S[ 1/4 Section 13- 107-39 Ileal Estate: 120 acres more or less in the S 1/2 S 1/2 N[1/4 AND N 1/2 SE 1/4 Section 13-107-39 Dovray Township, Murray County, MN. Accord- ing to the Murray County Courthouse this tract of farmland is 120 acres more or less. FSA information shows approximately 114.78 acres tillable with the balance in waste land and road right-of-way. Corn base of 56.4 acres with a 110 bushel direct yield and 110 CC yield. Soybean base of 57.7 acres with a 34 bushel direct yield and 34 CC yield. Productivity Rating per Surety Mapping System is 92.5. Taxes: Due and payable in 2013 will be paid by seller. Taxes due and payable in 2014 and beyond will be paid by buyer. Taxes payable in 2013 are $2,534.00 Non-Homestead. Terms: 10% down payment with balance due upon closing. Closing will occur by December 5, 2013. Land is under lease for all of 2013 crop year, with the Seller's retaining all of 2013 lease payments. Possession will be given after 2013 crop removal. Note: We are very honored to have the opportunity to sell the Regal Family farm. This farm has been in the family for 75 plus years, and has been well maintained for the last several years. There is over 95% tillable acres and a high productivity rating, this will be a great piece of land to add to your operation. This farm has tile in place along with tile ease- ments that will transfer with the land. Information booklets are avail- able upon request from Cox Realty and Land Services, LLC 507-483-2218. : c:5 i(? 4ii Ui ;: i i:ii!!!i i!ii:i!i C ; iii i!!i!!i!i]i!!i i!i !!! Sale arranged and conducted by Cox Realty and Land Services, LLC 102 E Pearl Street Suite 103, Adrian, MN 56110 Alan Cox, Broker 507-360-7500 Cindy Cox, Realtor 507-483-2218 Fax 507-483-2293; email: coxrealty@live.com www.coxrealtyandlandservices.com Jon J. Weitgenant Auctioneer # 53-4 Lynn Johnson Closing Attorney Call Joan at 507-274- 6136 or 800-410- 1859 to see your business featured here kn"$ PARTY I We strive to be the best place in town to have a drink, play pool or darts and meet friends, old and new. With an immense cocktail list; outstanding munchies and a fun, casual atmosphere, it's a scene away from the usual bar scene. After all, it's not just another bar, it's a classic neighborhood hangout. ON/OFF SALE 628-4645 Jeffers, MN .... i i;ii ii{ii{  Located on Main Street in Dovray ii!5 Serving delicious home-cooked Retirement Open House %,:, NOON meals 11:30 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. Monday- Friday Coffee and rolls 7:30 a.m.- 10:00 a.m. Monday - Friday 507-274-5602 iiiiiiiiiiiiii ?:l 1lie Recipe Westbrook, MN 507-274-5352 shady Drive I.. HwY 30 storden 07-445-3414 Open Mon - Sat. 6:00 a.m. S tnday a.m. Retirement open house for Ron Torkelson at First Security Bank in Storden. *Refreshments served First Security Bank Storden, MN 507-445-3417 Take-out orders call 274-6313 or 274-6583 on Sunday Proceeds from this event will be given to Kate Jorgenson for medical expenses We will celebrate with coffee and cake Friday, October II ccctee! We l/{ffa dt te ket /Syag rot/re.eat! Westbrook 507.274.6133 /. : ' oneplace"