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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, December 28, 2016 Page 6 Receives plaque Westbrook Ambulance Association President, Ryan Anderson, presented a plaque to David Van Loh for his 28 years of faithful service. Submitted photo lue Will be accepting in appl/ca-safety of value-added products, keting, or manufacturing. Grant tions for 2017 funding "Value-added businesses benefit funds reimburse up to 25 percent The Minnesota Department of the state of Minnesota in lots of of the total project cost with a Agriculture (MDA) anticipates awarding up to $1 million through the competitive Value Added Grant Program. Funding for the grants was established through the Agricultural Growth, Research and Innovation (AGRI) Program to advance Minnesota's agricultural and renewable energy industries. The goal of the Value Added Grant is to increase sales of ways," said Commissioner of maximum award of $150,000 and Agriculture Dave Frederickson. a minimumof$1,000. Equipment "They utilize Minnesota grown purchases and facility improve- agricultural products in creative ments are eligible. ways and support our economy. It's exciting to watch Minnesota entrepreneurs improve their busi- nesses with funding from the Value Added Grant Program." New or established for-profit businesses may apply for funding Minnesota agricultural products by to stimulate development of val- diversifying markets, increasing ue-added agricultural products market access, and increasing food through added processing, mar- Applications will be opening irflate December 2016. Applications must be received no later than 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 2, 2017. Applications are available at www.mda.state.mn. us/grants/grants/valueaddedgrant. aspx and may be submitted online, by mail, or in-person. GLANCES IN THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS AGO December 26, 2001 If things go as planned, Currie may be the site of a new dining establish- ment, located in the his- toric Nell Currie Mercantile building. Council members endorsed Tom Buesing's proposal for a restaurant in that location at last Tuesday night's council meeting. Local area residents in need of home health care services will have a new provider to choose from beginning January 1. Board members from Tracy Area Medical Services, Westbrook Peterson, who has taken the band to a major event every two years. The spirit of Christmas was evident in the eyes of the residents at the Revere Nursing Home when members of the North Hero All-Stars 4-H Club presented their Christmas pro- gram on Monday eve- ning. The 4-Hers sang several Christmas songs, accompanied by Angle Mattison. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO December 30, 1971 Vincent Schreier of Mark your calendar and plan to attend the 2017 Pipestone Lamb and Wool Program Lambing Time Short Course and Bus Tour which will be held on February l0 and ll ,in Pipestone. We have an excellent program planned and we will be touring two outstanding sheep operations. The program starts with an optional Friday afternoon hands-on computer record keeping session using Microsoft Excel and Shearwell Data FarmWorks software program. Friday evening and Saturday morning sessions will cover lambing time management and health topics. Saturday afternoon will be spent touring and viewing two successful sheep opera- tions. The purpose of this short course and bus tour is to help producers recognize and effectively deal with common lambing time problems. We are for- tunate to have highly qualified sheep veterinarians on the program to share their thoughts on common lamb and ewe health problems. Touring two top area sheep operations in the afternoon will provide an opportunity for individuals to see firsthand how other sheep producers recognize and deal with lambing time problems. You will see how they lay out their lambing barn, set up creep pens, graft lambs, dock, vaccinate, feed and manage their lambs and ewes. The farm demonstration session will provide an excellent learning opportunitY. For those who are unable to attend our short course and bus tour please consider our web based Lambing Time Management Series which consists of 6 recorded topics that can be viewed through an Internet connection in the comfort of your home or office. For more information visit our web page www. pipestonesheep.com or contact Claire Beekman Phone: (507)825-6822 Email: Claire.Stone@ mnwest.edu Slayton got an extra lit- Health Center, and tle gift from Santa lastWaiting for ice to Murray CountyMemorial week by way of Jim Hospital have met over Klasse of Klasse Ford the course of 18 months Sales and Service. The support yOU. YOU can and formed an organiza- gift was in the form of a tion known as Shetek refund check for the nnnt [[ey fihin Medical Services, that excise tax on the new ~u~.~...r. wa e ..s...nv will provide health care Ford LTD which he pur- services to residents in chased from Jim. This Ice thick enough for fish- to support walleye stock- Lyon, Redwood, Cottonwood, and Murray counties. THIRTY YEARS AGO December 31, 1986 Fulda High School Marching Band was one of twenty-three bands in the state to be selected for the honor of march- ing in the Fiesta Parade in Phoenix, AZ. The director is Michael was the first delivery by Jim under the new gov- ernment ruling which repealed the 7% excise tax on new cars. There was good listen- ing last Sunday night at the Immanuel Baptist Church and at Old Westbrook Lutheran Church as both present- ed their choirs in a pro- gram of Christmas music. ing may be on the wish lists of many anglers heading into the holiday season, but there is another present anglers can give themselves that makes fishing better all around the state - a walleye stamp. "Walleye stamps can be purchased any time of the year, even if you already have a fishing license," said Neil Vanderbosch, fisheries program consultant for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. "We use the funds from stamp sales 0% FINANCING* PLUS CASH BACK OPTIONS! There is a new world out there. A world that demands more from the land and those who grow, farm and build on it. This new world calls for New Holland. 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Depending on model, a down payment may be required 0flel good lhrough CAPITAL Febluary 28,201L al padicipaling New Holland dealeminlhe United States CNH Industrial CapitalAmepaa LLC standard terms and condibons will apply Ollersubjeclb change or cancellation without notice: Taxes, fleight, setmp, delivery, additional options or altachments not included in p{ice 2017 CNH Indusllial America LLC All rights reserved New Holland Agriculture is a trademark regislered in lhe Untied States and many other eounlfles, owned by ot licensed to CNH Industrial N~L, its subsidiaries or affiliates CNH Indushial Capilal and New Holland Conslruclion ale trademarks in the Unged Slales and many other countries, owned by or licensed to CNH Induslrial N.V, its subsidiaries or afliliales TRACTORS 500VERSATILE, 963HR5 .............................................. 5199,900 T9040 NH, PT0, 2965 HRS ............................................ $I 59,900 9682 NH, 9400 HRS ......................................................... 544,900 290VERSATILE, FWA, %, PS,411HRS ..................... $124,900 260VERSATILE,170 HRS ............................................. $119,900 221011BV FWA, SS, PS, 2230 HRS ............................... 564,900 214511 BY, 2WD, 4600 HRS ............................................ 559,900 TG255 NH, 1935 HRS ...................................................... 594,900 T7.245 NH, AUTO-COMMAND, 230HRS .......................... CALL T6.180 NH, 70HRS ................................................................ CALL 8970 NH, FWA, %, PS, 5139 HRS ................................ 564,900 TC33D NH, 2700 HRS, WILOAOER ................................ $I0,000 2-180 WHITE, 2 WD, 8,000 HRS .................................. $10,500 4520 JD 10,500 HBS .......................................................... $7500 COMBINES CR8090 NH, 657 HRS ..................................................... 5239,900 CR9070 NH, 915 HRS .................................... : ............... 5199#00 CR9060 NH, 795NRS ...................................................... $169,900 SKIDLoADERS L225 NH, CAB/HEAT/AC HI FLOW 800 HRS ................. 535)00 L 225 NH CAB/HEAT/AC, 1008 HRS ............................... $34,900 L220 NH, CAB/HEAT, 465 HRS ......................................... $28,900 L220 NH, CAB/HEAT, 1100 HRS ....................................... $27,500 SV250 OH, CAB/HEAT/AC, 385 HRS ............................... $29,900 L185 NH, 2500 HRS ............................................................ $2T,900 HAY EQUIPMENT 7450 NH MOWER CONDITIONER ............................... $24,900 BB940A NH SQUARE BALER ...................................... $39,900 BR780 NH BALER, TWINE ............................................ $13,900 678 NH BALER, TWINE .................................................... $8,5nn 499 N H ................................................................................ 54,950 616 NH DISC MOWER ..................................................... $6,450 NEWTONUTTI 9WHEEL RAKE ...................................... $6,950 GRAMIP 9WHEEL BAKE ................................................. $3,450 PLANTING 36130 KINZE ASD MECH. 16/31 ...................................... $109,900 3600 KINZE 16R30 ............................................................. $49,900 3600 KINZE 16/31 ............................................................... $44,900 3200 KINZE 12R30, 2500 ACRES, NICE ........................... $41,900 7200JD 16B30 ................................ : ..................................... 519#00 7000 JD 16R30 ........................................................................ 59,900 EE KINZE 8R36WI5 INTERPLANTS .................................... $6,900 375 DD(WlScALE FRIESEN TENDER ............................. $24,900 110 BST FRIESEN TENDER ................................................... 59950 MISCELLANEOUS 1050 ROW CROP, KINZE CART,TABP & SCALE ........$42,900 850 KINZE CART, TARR ................................................... $33,500 2500 H D REM VAC ........................................................... 59#00 42'MANDAKO LAND ROLLER, DEMO UNIT ............. 529,900 20~IIL-RICH SHREDDER ................................................ $7,900 WL-42 WESTENDORF LOADER, NICE .......................... 55,5(~0 TILLA6E 2410 JD 3YCHISEL PLOW W/HARROW ...................... $39,900 50'QUAD 5WIL-RICH, 4 BAR ........................................... $16)00 46'QUAD 5 WIL-RICH,4 BAR ........................................... $16#00 25'DMI TM, 3 BAR ............................................................... $12,90(] 28.5 4800 CIH, 3 BAR ............................................................ $7,900 31'4800 CIH, 3 BAR ............................................................... $6,900 957WIL-RICH 7-30 WISHEK BEARING KIT .................. 524,900 357WlL-RICH 5-30 ............................................................... $9,90 2700 JD 9-24 ........................................................................ 5] 1,900 6600WlL-RICH 7-30WI LEVELER .................................... %,950 2700X JD 7-30 ..................................................................... 527,900 GRAIN HEAOS 740 CF NH 35'. ................................................................. $26,500 74( NH 35'WlCRARY AIR ............................................ 526,500 74C NH 30~ICRARY AIR ........................................... $21,900 74C NH 30 NEW 3"CUT. ............................................... $12,9(;0 FD70 MACDON 40'ED75W/UPDATES .................... ~i4,900 CORN HEADS 99C NH 12R30. ............................................................... .564,900 99C NH 8R30 ................................................................... 539,900 830 HARVESTEC .............................................................. $16#00 974 NH 8R30 ..................................................................... $4,900 ,.. 643 JD. .................................................................................. $3,950 ing." A walleye stamp valid~- tion costs $5 and can be purchased wherever Minnesota fishing licenses are sold. For 75 cents more, the DNR will mail the stamp as a collector's item. A wall- eye stamp is not required to fish for or keep walleye. The DNR uses walleye stamp proceeds to buy wall- eye from private producers, which are stocked in lakes that don't have naturally reproducing walleye popu- lations. Stocking lets anglers catch walleye in a more geo- graphically wide range of the state. Because of stocking, walleye can be found in around 1,300 Minnesota lakes spread throughout the state. However, most wall- eye are caught in large riv- ers or about 260 large wall- eye lakes where they natu- rally reproduce. More infom ation on the walleye stamp is available at www.mndnr.gov/stamps under "Walleye Habitat Stamp." MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS FIFTEEN YEARS AGO December 26, 2001 Leo Theisen has been selected Region 3A Athletic Administrator of the Year. Theisen will be in the running for State Athletic Administrator of the Year. A burglar or burglars gained entrance to the Leon and Jan Benedict home sometime during the day Thursday of last week, and made off with several items. Missing is a shotgun, several miscel- laneous items, and cash from a card club kitty. THIRTY YEARS AGO December 31, 1986 Walnut Grove Fire Department was called to the Keith Kropp farm three miles east and one mile south of the city on Saturday afternoon to extinguish a fire in a utility tractor. The fire caused heavy damage to the tractor, but a nearby building, fuel barrel, and hay bales a few feet away were not damaged. According to an article in the Redwood Gazette, the "A-Taiwan" flu has hit Redwood County. Dr. Roger Schroepel of Redwood Falls noted he suspects that as many as 10 cases of the ill- ness per day for the past three weeks has occurred, however no official diagnoses have been made.' Robert Dickmann, owner of Revere Milling Co. for the past 25 years announced the business was sold, officially on Friday, December 26, 1986, to Blue Chip Feeds of Mankato. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO December 30, 1971 Kenneth Olson of Springfield was hired as policeman for Walnut Grove at a meeting of the council last Thursday. He takes the place of Walter Nelson who retired effective the end of December. The council will consider the matter of pur- chasing a police car at its meeting on January 3. Richard Irwin Pietz of Revere was awarded a Doctor Philosophy degree in Soil Science at the December commencement at the U of MN on December 15. Sgt. Gregory Lund came Saturday evening for a 30-day leave. He has been stationed with the Air Force in Thailand for the past year. BASEMENTS PADS HoG/CATTLE BARNS DEMOLITION GROVE REMOVAL 2756 181sT ST. CURRIE MN 56123 LYLE NOOMEN OWNER -530-1432 251903 -Farm -General Land Improvement Mike Onken 50 7- 734-3:50 Lyle Onken[I 507-530-3233 Balaton, MN. & Nunda SD. 507-530-12331