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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, November 1, 2017 Page 2 COURT NEWS OBITUARIES October 20-27,2017 Quintanilla, Worthington, MN Mitchell C. Palm Fisher, Mr. Lake, M, Speeding: $125.00 - Wayne B. Unlawful deposit of garbage, lit- supervised probation 2 yrs; follow Fisk, Jackson, MN; Christopher J. terorlike:$185.00-CodyR. Sebring, recommendations of evaluation, VA Duly, Storden, MN; Daniel N. Windom, MN recommendations regarding his men- Onsomu, Windom, MN; Troy D. Drugs - 3rd degree: $85.00 - MN tal health; complete within 90 days Schoenenberger, Westbrook, MN; correctional facility- Shakopee, 24 Criminal sex conduct 3rd Yeanching Tan, Minneapolis, MN me degree: $85.00 - Alejandro Lopex $145.00 - Indira L. Valerio, St Paul, Finance Trans card fraud - alter/ Coronado, Heron Lake, MN, local MN sign doe: $385.00 - supervised proba- confinement: 120 days, credit for time No proof of ins: $285.00 - Joshua tion 2 yr; pay restitution, certificate of served - 41 days; supervised probation J. Ring, Adrian, MN restitution to be filed within 30 days 10 yrs; follow recommendations of Fish and Game - knowingly $132.30; write letter of apology; evaluation, of sex offender evaluation direct/allow permit minor o hunt remain law-abiding and treatment recommendations illegally: $185.00 Wilson A. Domestic assault: $400.00 ASK A .... License plates issued to vehi- get the plate inforrnation from ,/ cles must also display the the front or rear of the vehi- month of expiration in the tie. TROOPER lower left comer of each plate *It makes a suspect vehi- and the year of expiration in cle easier to identify if it is iili the lower right comer of each encountered from the front or plate, the rear. BY TROY CHRISTIANSON ] The plate must be unob- *lea suspect vehicle is structed and free from grease, backed into a parking spot it dust or other blurring mate- is more easily identified. Question: The clerk at a tration or operating authority rial (dirt, mud, snow, etc.) so *Identifying a suspect in local gas station recent- has been obtained." the lettering is visible at all a crime (from surveillance ly asked me if it is illegal Vehicles that are allowed times. It is unlawful to cover images) is easier with front not have a front plate on a to display only one license assigned letters and hum- and back plates. vehicle. He stated he can't plate include motorcycles, a bers or the name of the state You can avoid a ticket - allow someone to pump gas dealer's vehicle or vehicle in- of origin with any material, and a crash - if you sim- without paying first if he is transit, classic car, collector including any clear or color- ply buckle up, drive at safe unable to read the license car or a vehicle that is of less material that affects the speeds, pay attentiori and plate. He told me that model year 1972 or earlier plate's visibility or reflectiv- always drive sober. Help us many people have told him that is not registered as a col- ity. This also includes license drive Minnesota Toward Zero a front plate is not required lector vehicle and is used for plate brackets that block the Deaths. in Minnesota. Answer: Minnesota State general transportation pur- state of issuance and tabs. If you have any questions Statute (M.S.S.) 169.79 pose. Why do we have two conceming traffic related laws states: "No person shall oper- License plates must belicense plates? First and or issues in Minnesota send ate, drive or park a motor displayed on the front and foremost, it is the law in your questions to Sgt. Troy vehicle on any roadway rear ofthevehicle. They can- Minnesota M.S.S. 169.79. Christianson Minnesota unless the vehicle is regis- not be displayed in the front From a law enforcement per- State Patrol at 2900 48th windshield or rear window, spective it is safer to have two Street NW, Rochester MN tered in accordance with the The plates must be securely plates. For instance...55901-5848. (Or reach him laws of this state and has mounted and displayed hori- the license plates or permit *If an officer needs to run at, Troy.Christianson@state. confirming that valid regis- zontally with the identifying vehicle information they can numbers and letters visible. Craig "Boone" Martin Olsem Funeral Services for Craig "Boone" Martin Olsem were held at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Currie, MN October 28, 2017. Interment was at Westbrook Cemetery, Westbrook, MN. Send condo- lences to totzkefuneralhome. com. Boone, 35, died Monday, October 23, 2017 at the Westbrook Hospital. Craig Olsem was born on May 9, 1982 in Worthington, Minnesota to Leo and Joan Schreier Olsem. He grew up on the family farm near Dundee, MN. Boone was baptized, and received his first Holy Communion at St. Mary's Church, Dundee. He was Confirmed, at St. Anthonys, Westbrook, MN where he is a member. Boone was a 2001 graduate of Fulda High School. Following high school he farmed with his father and brother. Craig and Bethany Price were married June 4, 2016 at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Currie, MN. Following their marriage they made their home south of Westbrook. Boone enjoyed fishing, winter pool league, hunting, gardening, canning, smoking meats, camping, and going to the sale barn and consignment sales. His was happiest when he was spending time with, Bethany, his family and friends or teasing his nieces and nephews. Boone was a very giving person in life as well as in death. His final gift was being a donor. Survivors include his wife, Bethany Olsem, Westbrook, MN; parents, Leo and Joan Olsem, Dundee, MN; siblings Stacie (Radley) Hennings, Brewster, MN, Andrea (David) Reetz, Wilmont, MN, Ryan (Melissa) Olsem, Westbrook, MN, Kristina Olsem, Dundee, MN; maternal grandmother, Beverly Schreier, Slayton, MN, parents-in-law, Greg and Deb Price, Wabasso, MN, brother-in-law, Mitchell and Kaitlynn Price, Wabasso, MN, and sister-in-law, Mistin Price, Hopkins, MN, nieces and nephews; several aunt, uncles and other and their families. Preceding him in death were his maternal grandfa- ther, Vincent Schreier, paternal grandparents, Martin and Katherine Olsem and one sister-in-law, Samantha Price. What is a fair farmland rental agreem By Melissa Runck, Extension Ed discussions; by examples, factsheets Landlords, farmers, and agri-busi- and worksheets to determine a fair hess professionals should make plans farmland rental rate for both parties. to attend one of the informative meet- Topics covered at the meetings will ings being held in southwestern include local historic and projected Minnesota. These free meetings are farmland rental rate trends, current being provided by the University of farmland values and sales, and a work- Minnesota Extension. Farmland rental sheet that will help determine a fair rates have never been higher, and and profitable rental agreement. Input determining a fair farm rental agree- costs for 2018 will be presented along ment is a challenge in today's econo- with current 2018 corn and soybean my when factoring in record corn and prices. Worksheets will examine 2018 soybean prices, record farmland vii- costs and what is affordable rent that a ues, and significantly lower commod- farmer will be able to pay in 2018, the ity prices since 2014. rate of return to the landlord at current Negotiating a fair rental agreement market values, and examine flexible that satisfies the landowner and the rental agreements. farmer is challenging. David Ban, Make plans to attend one of these Extension Educator in Agricultural meetings now. Attendees will receive Business Management, will provide several informative worksheets and several ways to help with rental rate factsheets to help determine a fair 2018 farmland rental rate. First Lowell Curtis Knudson Lowell Curtis Knudson was born January 19, 1925 National Banks of Slayton and Fulda in Westbrook Township, are sponsoring morning refreshments CottonwoodCounty, Minnesota at the Slayton meeting, to Melvin and Martha Alma Meetings to be held in Slayton & (Rachuy) Knudson. He was Pipestone: baptized March 8, 1925 and *November 3, 2017 at 9:30 a.m,, confirmed June 30, 1940 at Murray County Fairgrounds 4-H Trinity Lutheran Church in Building, 3048 S. Broadway Ave., Westbrook. Slayton, MN 56172 ..... Lowell graduated from *December 19, 2017 at 9:30 a.m., Westbrook High School on Emergency Management Building, about June 1, 1943 and entered 811 5thSt.,SE, Pipestone, MN56164 the U.S. Navy on June 22, Make plans to attend a farmland rental workshop this fall for current 1943, serving in WWII in numbers. Check out the Agricultural Europe, including Salerno, Italy and Arzew, Algeria, and Business Management calendar for in the Pacific, including China and Japan. In 1946 he was schedule of the all 43 rental work- honorably discharged and returned to live in Westbrook shops at across the state at: http:// and worked at the drug store.' In 1952 he married Loretta Louise Handevidt, and had business/for specific times and loci- three children, Jill Louise, Scott Lowell and Janet Leigh tions. Knudson. In 1965, the family moved to Sioux Falls, SD, and Lowell began working for Brown Drug Company, holding various sales and management positions until his retirement. "" ...... ....... ......... ...... ......... ....... Foundation failure? Lowell moved to Minnesota in 2003, and lived in [: FIEI! I IFEL I r|E Boutwells Landing in Oak Park Heights, until his death ' on July 12, 2017. A private burial was held at the Jackson .... Cemetery on October 28. , PHONE AND MINUTES ' :: i Residential Lowell treasured his family and taught his children and 500MBofdataeach month if you qualify for Lifeline " " L~Li. "Commercial grandchildren courage, dignity, faith and above all to take care of each other. :~ e "Agricultural Wife Loretta died of cancer on September 5, 1981. 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Preceding him in death were his parent; brothers and sisters-in-law Kenneth (Mildred), Darrel (Irene), Elroy (Mildred), Warren (infant); sister and brother-in-law Marjorie (Kenneth) Bakken. & area subscibers & readers A drop box for various news items is located at the... available at: Westbrook Thrifty White Pharmacy Maynard's Grocery ExpressWay Walnut Grove Hoyt Oil & Convenience Bubai Grocery Store Storden Shady Drive Inn Subscriptions and advertising can also ordered by phone using your Master lard, I/isa, Discover Bubai Food Store 507-859-2160 For gour convenience there is a toll-free number at our Westbrook Office 1-800-410-1859 If you have questions or would like to place an ad or order printing please call the above number. Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - After a lifetime of collecting a large number of dolls, Fulda's Babe Bergman has donated several to Fulda Heritage Society. She also sent a few to the Fulda Food Shelf. Among those given to the Heritage Society was one that Bergman's mother owned; one she received from her daughter-in-law; another one was owned by her sister, Marjorie, who won the doll from one of the drugstores in Fulda when she was a small girl. Lamberton News - The 2017 Juried Art Show awards were presented at a reception held recently in Springfield. Among the winners who received Certificate of Merit $100 awards were Jessica Winter of Sanborn with her acrylic/pour painting, "Convergence" and Clayton Hubert of Larnberton for his cast iron display, "There's One in Every Crowd." Murray County News - Alekser Petrove (Alex) and Rusinan Khakimyanov (Russell) from Afa in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia are staying with the Joe and John Risacher families near Slayton. Alex has been here for over a year and Russell is new to the area. They are two MAST exchange students. Tracy Headlight Herald - A February 13, 2018, referendum will be held to consider whether Tracy City Councilman Tony Peterson should be recalled from office. The Tracy City Council passed a resolution authorizing the recall vote Monday, in response to a citizen recall petition. The petition charges Peterson with four violations of city code and charter. Windom Citizen - A concept that Windom helped introduce to the state has attracted the attention of the state legislature. The school board recently heard a report from Supt Wayne Wormstadt about recent action at the legislature that could allow schools to use e-learning days in the event of weather related closures. Under new legislation, districts would be allowed to have up to three e-learning days per year.