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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Focus Wednesday, November 5 2003 WESTBROOK -- Raggedy Ann and Andy handed out goodies at the Halloween Parade last Friday afternoon. There was a big line up waiting at the library. WESTBROOK -- Anna Larson, daughter of Eric and Angle Larson, was proud of her princess fairy costume in the Halloween Parade last Friday afternoon, Student Council Sponsoring talent show By Tom Merchant Sentinel Tribune VCVG -- The high school student council is busy plan- ning a special talent show The show is scheduled to be presented Sunday November 9th at the high school auditorium, at 7:00 p.m. Registration of persons wishing to participate will be open until November 7th. If you would like to show off your talent be sure to regis- ter by contacting the school office. The event is open to any and all ages. The council has lined up several judges from the area. They are Charles Kaufman Southwest Minnesota State University Vocal Music Instructor. Ade Miller Tracy Elementary Vocal Music instructor. Jesse James teacher at Tracy high school. Admission will be charged at the door. Please help your student council by participating or coming to the WWG Talent Show Sunday. Council approves The council approved two parcels on Fourth Street for sale for tax forfeiture. The two parcels will be auctioned later this month by the coun- ty sheriff. A motion was made and approved to have Cottonwood County handle the assessing for the city. A motion was approved to purchase land from Mayor Harold Schmidt for a price of $2,500. The land is located on the south en41 of Ash Avenue north of the water tower. The land will be used to build a 48' X 96' metal storage building to house city equipment. The 4,600 square foot building will have three 12 foot doors and 14 foot side- 'walls. Bids for materials were received from Meadowland Lumber, $17,445 and Lambert Lumber of Windom, $17,500. The bid was awarded to Meadowland Lumber. Labor was bid by Jackels "--" From page 1 Construction, $8,550, and Huls Construction, $7,960. The council voted to give the bid to Huls Construction. The council reviewed a quote for repairing the city's swimming pool. The past summer significant leaks were discovered in the pool. The following quote from Palmer's Sunset Swim, Inc. was read: Repair of city Pool. Saw cut around perimeter of pool at intersec- tion of steel walls and con- crete bottom. Chip out concrete at panel line and caulk with Dyna- mix epoxy pool caulk. Cement in repaired areas and blend with existing pool shell. Cost -- $8,500 A second option was also included, but the cost of $34,500 was ruled as too high. The first option for $8,500 was approved. City clerk Rachel Christians said the company would do the work as soon as the frost was out in the spring. The ming pool ing money to pay repairs. The city from L & L requesting a cost raise af 1.5 garbage increase is contract. Council action on this A building approved for To build a small Richard Boone Eighth Street, Police chief presented his report. POLICE 1 Funeral escort, checks, 2 bad 1 air ambulance accidents, 1 doors, 2 fin doned car clinic. Citations: Speeding- after revocation Fail to yield - Doe Hunting Area news briefs Fulda -- At the recent board meeting was held on the kindergarten class size. The were told there would be no more than 18 there are 24 students now. The principal issue is two students' disciplinary problems, size. But the board agreed to split the class into ways to discipline some of the kids. Lamberton -- Lyon County Commissioners down a request by the Waste-to-Energy financial backing of $9,300 for a matching request for the feasibility study. Pipestone Commissioners approved the $9,300 request. Pipestone OK this brings to six counties ported the project and there is a need for one ty. Slayton -- George and Carol Fremstad are week. Their store, Fremstad's (Ben main street of Slayton, is undergoing an out of business sale and they are something they haven't done in many years. The Fremstads purchased to 1987. Tracy -- A Tatertot Hotdish Cook-off was Shetek's Breezy Point Oct. 19th. Judges Buesing, T-Tommy's; Darv Ekness, Wooden Kramer, Dovray; and Robin Lang, Sugar Shack. Rehnelt was over-all winner; Teri Munson, and Chuck Barrie, Westbrook tied for second; Kronbach, Currie took third. Windom -- This year's school board election just one local school board race --featuring announced candidates for three positions. The includes incumbents Don Brugman and Steve along with write-in candidate Rick FredericksO Dayton criticizes cuts to Veterans Health Care, will press to restore funds as early as next week U.S. Senator Mark Dayton today (Oct. 30th) sharply criticized House and Senate negotiators for cutting $1.3 billion for vet- erans health care from the $87 billion bill funding U.S. operations in Iraq. Dayton said the funding was dropped by negotia- tors even though both chambers had approved it just days ago. "It is deplorable that while thousands of our young men and women are serving our nation in Iraq, we are drastically cutting promised funding to our nation's veterans," Dayton said. "We need to fully support our men and women in uniform by pro- viding them with the health care benefits they need after their military service. Our veterans deserve no less." The funds would have been a partial restoration of the $1.8 billion cut by the House this summer in its version of the appropri- ations bill that funds the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Dayton said he will continue to press to completely restore the funds when the Senate takes up its version of the VA funding bill in coming days. Without those funds, area veterans will lose out on $84 million in funding for VA health care. 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