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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, October 21, 2009 Page 2 Runnin, COURT NEWS COTTONWOOD COUNTY DISRTICT COURT Last week water was running through the new drain installed on Hurricane Lake north of Storden to draw it down to kill off the rough fish. October 9-15, 2009 Speeding: $120.00 - John William Lueck, Okabena, MN; William Douglas Whittet, Windom, MNi Rebecca Rea Sorenson, Storden, MN $130.00- Katrina Ann Druker, San Francisco, CA $137.00 - Frank Gavin Paratore, Cloverdale, CA $140.00 - Robert Andrew Courtney, Plymouth, MN $220.00 - Michael Anthony James McKay, Truman, MN Annual Insp. of Comm. Veh.: $180.00 - Larry Dean Jarmer, Westbrook, MN; Marlin Donn Hamilton, Sanborn, MN Failure to display current reg.: $110.00 - Travis Lee Krueger, Westbrook, MN Poss./Sale small amt. of marijuana: $180.00 - Clinton Roy Glidden, Windom, MN (2 counts) Driving w/o valid license/child pass. rest. system, not equip.: $230.00 - Maria Anna Hernandez, Mt. Lake, MN Window tint too dark: $130.00 - Spencer Dillon Melheim, St. James, MN Failure to stop: $130.00 - Levi Keith Gotto, Windom, MN Munching away These horses were busy recently eating grass in Storden. Soon they will have to rely on their owners for feed as winter approaches. ConnectU presents nutrition and the developing brain "Nutrition and the Developing Brain" is this falls's ConnectU work- shop. ConnectU is planned for Wednesday, October 28, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Southwest Research and Outreach Center, Lamberton. This fall's topic on Nutrition and the Developing Brain will be of special interest to dieti- tians, nutrition educators, WIC staff, preschool teachers, ECFE staff, mental health praction- ers, school and county social workers, and med- ical professions. Presentations will include what nutrients are impor- tant for brain develop- ment from the prenatal time through childhood, the best ways to ensure nutrient needs are being met in pregnancy and childhood, and how and what to feed children. University. of Minnesota faculty presenters include: Dr. Michael Georgieff who holds the position of Professor of Pediatrics and Child Psychology and Director of the Division of Neonatology and the Institute. of Child Development. Dr. Georgieffs research focus- area s ConnectU Workshop on childhood obesity es on fetal and neonatal nutrition. Dr. JamieAre you a parent or Stang is a dietitian and childcare provider con- holds the position of cerned about preventing Assistant "Professor dr d ' childhood obesity? Attend Public Health Nutrition Major Chair. Dr. Stang's research focuses on nutri- tion and weight status in pregnancy; child and ado- lescent nutrition; and behavioral counseling in child obesity. With a limit on partici- pation, those interested are reminded that regis- tration is due Thursday, October 22, 2009. There is a cost. Vouchers are accepted. Mail registra- tion to: SW Research & Outreach Center, 23669 130th Street, Lamberton, MN 56152, or call 507- 752-7372. The University of Minnesota Southwest Research and Outreach Center is located just west of Lamberton on Highway 14. A Certificate of Attendance documenting five Continuing Education Units (CEUs) will be available for participants. For questions, please contact: Mary Schroeder, hedin007@ umn.edu, 507- 337-2817, Pauline Nickel, nicke002@umn.edu, 507- 752-7372 ext. 5068. the ConnectU workshop on Tuesday, October 27, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Southwest Research and Outreach Center, Lamberton. The workshop will cover factors contributing to obesity, obesity guide- lines, and what we can do to prevent childhood obe- sity. Dr. Jamie Stang is a dietitian and holds the position of Assistant Professor and Public Health Nutrition Major Chair. Dr. Stang's research focuses on nutri- tion and weight status in pregnancy; child and ado- lescent nutrition; and behavioral counseling in child obesity. With a limit on partici- pation, those interested are reminded that regis- tration is due Thursday, Classifi, Small Price Big Results rove MISCELLANEOU A drop box for various news items is located at the... HELPWANTED eson' rcan le 501-859-2600 next to the Walnut Grove Post Office. Hours: Monday - Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m, to 4p.m. BUILDING STRUCTUREI For your convenience we have added a toll- free number at our Westbrook Office HELPwANTED-DRIVER: 1.800-410-1859 If you have questions or would like to place an ad or order printing please call the above number. Troopers will conduct West. enhanced Click It or mary Ticket seatbelt patrols October 9 through October 22. 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A statewide will participate seatbelt citation is $25,. in the effort Coordinated but can run as much asby DPS as a component to $115 with court and the state's Toward Zero administrative fees. Death (TZD) initiative. October 22, 2009. There is "Deaths and injuries TZD is a multi-agency a fee to attend. Mail reg- are not only tragic approach to address traf- istration to: SW Research reminders of the lives lost fic issues regionally & Outreach Center, 23669 in our communities, but through enforcement, 130th Street, Lamberton; Should serve ...... as a ea cation, engir/re ing MN '56152, or call 507' reminder to all Southwest ancF emergency trauma 752-7372. The University of Minnesota Southwest Research and Outreach Center is located just west of Lamberton on Highway 14. 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