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OHS Music Department Presents Annual Pops Concert "www. T h at's E nte rta i n ment. com" Ortonville High School Auditorium Musical selections that scan the worldwide web! MONDAY, FEB. 22, 1999 8:00 P.M. ADMISSION Adults $3.00 Students $2.00 saves energy, receives rebates Otter Tail Power Company a variable-frequency its regenerative ther- (RTO) unit and installing devices at the ori- plant east of has resulted in and $111,009 in Potlatch Corporation Tail Power Company's program. the VFD really has ,,Operating efficiencies for 's Marc Wiechmann, division manager at Who the rebate officials. "The RTO similar a catalytic converter on VFD amounts to Other rebates include astailing an air compres- adding an 800-horse- and $8,950 for other energy-efficient industrial customers to lower energy costs, orations, and be more Important to us," says ch, Otter Tail's manager services. "Our compa- well-being is directly UPon the well-being of the to serve." for Potlatch's ori- are homebuilders OTTER TAIL POWER COMPANY'S conservation improvement program rebates to Potlatch Corporation included $20,958 for installing an energy-efficient air compressor. Along the new unit, from left, are Otter Tail Bemidji division manager Marc Wiechmann, Potlatch plant manager Mike Wagner, Potlatch project coordinator Butch Schaumburg, and Otter Tail industrial services manager Duane Bartsch. and those engaged in light construe- are stored adjacent to the oriented- tion including roofing, wall sheathing, strandboard plant between Bemidji and flooring. Tons of aspen and pine and Cass Lake. y suggests substantial impact of activities in shallow ground water quality Tile BIt; ST()NI ttEA :I'H CARF F()I,INI)ATI()N C()II)iAI, ,Y INVITES Y()U '1"() condensed version Release issued by the gency 1999. ) released study examining of land use on shallow found nitrate in excess tered safe for drink- samlling points under- land, states the Control Agency. area study, used 37 spaced at one-mile in eight different nonirrigated agriculture eotn and alfalfa), irrigated Sewered and unsewered and hat were outlined in their of many inorganic all land land that was unde- Concentrations exceeded safe in drinking in all agricultural were close to drinking in unsewered communi- organic compounds detected at very low sam I taken from no samples standards for drink- chemicals found in (toluene, xylene as well as tetra- a cleaning solvent, were nly detected VOC ' s. pesticides are more :n known to break contaminants in very important to m the upper portion of Pollution Control staff used a geo- which is inserted into the ground, to measure naturally and 7.5 and 15 feet below at some occurring and man-made chemicals loints, were at locations different (such as ammoinia, nitrate, VOC's, irom 46 wells assessed in a study and dissolved iron) as well as factors released in 1998. Staff will collect such as acidity and amount of dis- other data in the future to conclude solved oxygen The geoprobe sam- how well a given aquifer "cleans up" pies, taken at the top of the water table ground water naturally. We Make It Easy For You! We will work directly with your insurance company and process the claims for you. 100% isfaction LINDA ROGGENBUCK will handle your We're here paperwork, because of you! We treat you right at Your One Stop Glass and Collision Shop! PROGRESSIVE COLLISION & GLASS CENTER, INC. Steve and Linda Roggenbuck 109 SE 2nd Street Ortonville, MN 56278 (320) 839-2255 Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-5:30pm; Thurs. nights til 8pm; Sat. 9am-12 noon Begin Your with Carlson Craft* or Custom Made Invitations *Open House Cards Personalized Napkins .Decorations and more! ALL AVAILABLE AT The Ortonville Independent Ortonville, MN 320-839-6163 Bellingham school news The Big Stone tournament was held on Saturday, February 6. The 5th grade team took on St. Lawrence in the first round, being defeated 18-26. Scorers were Dustin-lO, Jesse-4, Russell-2 and Ben-2. The fourth- graders saw a lot of action also. The second game Bellingham played was against the Big Stone Lions. The boys played hard but were defeated 18-29. Scorers were Matthew-8, Brian-6 and Brent 4. The next two games were real fan thrillers! The 5th graders rallied for a win over the Big Stone Lions, 16-10. Many of the players hit the boards. Dustin-4, Russell-4, Danny-2, Ryan-2, Luke-2, and Aaron-2. The 6th graders took on St. Lawrence for an exciting game. At half-time, St. Lawrence was leading 12-15. With 50 seconds left in the game, the fans were off their seats with a tie of 21-21. With 5 seconds left, St. Lawrence got to shoot 2 free throws, unfortunately, making both. The boys showed a lot of hustle, losing the game 21-23. Scorers were Matthew 10, Brent-5, Brian-3, Darren-2, and Dustin-1. Great Games! ! There were many fans cheering the Bearcats on! The cheerleaders Caitlin, Megan, Mary, Tiffany and Mary Ann really showed their Bear cat spirit! Thanks!! Coloring Contest Winners Three Bellingham students were winners in the Lac qui Parle Soil and Water Conservation District coloring contest. The theme was "We Use Land in Many Ways". The winners were: Kalyn Gloege- Kindergarten Brandy Larson-First Grade Whitley Strei-Second Grade There were two county winners in Kindergarten, three in first, two in second and three in third. Congratulations, kids! CALENDAR Tuesday, Feb. 16: BBB (H) Big Stone, 6:30 Wednesday, Feb. 17: Ash Wednesday Thursday, Feb. 18:3:00 - School Board Meeting; 5:00 - BBB (H) Ortonville (Grades 3 & 4) Friday, Feb. 19:6:30 - wrestling practice MENU Breakfast TuesdaySugar donut, sausage link, *apple juice, milk. Wednesday--Scrambled eggs, toast, *pine apple juice, milk. I ThursdayJelly donut, toast, *orange juice, milk. Friday--Assorted cereals, toast, *apple juice, milk. Lunch Tuesday-B-B-Q on bun, *french fries, *oranges, cookies, bread, milk. WednesdayFrench toast sticks, *hash browns, boiled eggs, *pears, milk. ThursdaySub sandwiches;, *chilled apple sauce, corn chips, *lettuce, cheese, *applecrisp, milk. FridayCheese pizza, *lettuce salad, *fruit salad, bread, milk. ***** A Bellingham bus will transport secondary students to Ortonville on Friday, Feb. 12. For students who want a ride from the Bellingham School, the bus will leave at 7:40 a.m. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY +350 deluxe rooms & two-room suites  +Refrigerator & coffee pots in ALL guest rooms O +Hair dryer, iron & ironing board in ALL guest rooms! ',tAtA" +Two indoor pools, whirlpools, saunas & a Fitness Center ,r----+Dining & shopping for every taste - over 30 shops Z.L'.L'Z'.?.: Sky.a,k ,o c...i P,,k, OMNIMAX r,=.,,  o. ......... l.., +Frec covered parking 1-800-477-7089 www.duluth.eorn/holidayinn 200 West First St. Duluth, MN 55802 R.at of 59.95 applies on a Ipace avail, sis 2/ - 3/99. Valid on stand, roovrs w/2 dbl or I king, based on avail. Plus tax. Groups do not apply, Advance res rcq. A delicious variety of h0rs d' oeuvres will be served A table with delicious wines will be available for you to enjoy 700t.00 Entree Choices: Prime Rib- Stuffed Cornish Hen- Broiled T0rsk - Deep Fried Shrimp- Bavarian Boneless Pork Loin There will be a short program before dinner. Dinner music will bepr0vided for your enjoyment. Dance music will be provided by a live D. J.- Hoffman's Hits (A cash bar will be available throughout the evening) Tickets are available by calling Jan Schmidt at the Big Stone Health Care Foundation Office at: (320) 839-4135 All proceeds will go to the Big Stone Health Care Foundation Sponsored by Minnwest Bank and The 0rt0nville Independent 16, 1999  INDEPENDENT Page 3b' OHS Music Department Presents Annual Pops Concert "www. T h at's E nte rta i n ment. com" Ortonville High School Auditorium Musical selections that scan the worldwide web! MONDAY, FEB. 22, 1999 8:00 P.M. ADMISSION Adults $3.00 Students $2.00 saves energy, receives rebates Otter Tail Power Company a variable-frequency its regenerative ther- (RTO) unit and installing devices at the ori- plant east of has resulted in and $111,009 in Potlatch Corporation Tail Power Company's program. the VFD really has ,,Operating efficiencies for 's Marc Wiechmann, division manager at Who the rebate officials. "The RTO similar a catalytic converter on VFD amounts to Other rebates include astailing an air compres- adding an 800-horse- and $8,950 for other energy-efficient industrial customers to lower energy costs, orations, and be more Important to us," says ch, Otter Tail's manager services. "Our compa- well-being is directly UPon the well-being of the to serve." for Potlatch's ori- are homebuilders OTTER TAIL POWER COMPANY'S conservation improvement program rebates to Potlatch Corporation included $20,958 for installing an energy-efficient air compressor. Along the new unit, from left, are Otter Tail Bemidji division manager Marc Wiechmann, Potlatch plant manager Mike Wagner, Potlatch project coordinator Butch Schaumburg, and Otter Tail industrial services manager Duane Bartsch. and those engaged in light construe- are stored adjacent to the oriented- tion including roofing, wall sheathing, strandboard plant between Bemidji and flooring. Tons of aspen and pine and Cass Lake. y suggests substantial impact of activities in shallow ground water quality Tile BIt; ST()NI ttEA :I'H CARF F()I,INI)ATI()N C()II)iAI, ,Y INVITES Y()U '1"() condensed version Release issued by the gency 1999. ) released study examining of land use on shallow found nitrate in excess tered safe for drink- samlling points under- land, states the Control Agency. area study, used 37 spaced at one-mile in eight different nonirrigated agriculture eotn and alfalfa), irrigated Sewered and unsewered and hat were outlined in their of many inorganic all land land that was unde- Concentrations exceeded safe in drinking in all agricultural were close to drinking in unsewered communi- organic compounds detected at very low sam I taken from no samples standards for drink- chemicals found in (toluene, xylene as well as tetra- a cleaning solvent, were nly detected VOC ' s. pesticides are more :n known to break contaminants in very important to m the upper portion of Pollution Control staff used a geo- which is inserted into the ground, to measure naturally and 7.5 and 15 feet below at some occurring and man-made chemicals loints, were at locations different (such as ammoinia, nitrate, VOC's, irom 46 wells assessed in a study and dissolved iron) as well as factors released in 1998. Staff will collect such as acidity and amount of dis- other data in the future to conclude solved oxygen The geoprobe sam- how well a given aquifer "cleans up" pies, taken at the top of the water table ground water naturally. We Make It Easy For You! We will work directly with your insurance company and process the claims for you. 100% isfaction LINDA ROGGENBUCK will handle your We're here paperwork, because of you! We treat you right at Your One Stop Glass and Collision Shop! PROGRESSIVE COLLISION & GLASS CENTER, INC. Steve and Linda Roggenbuck 109 SE 2nd Street Ortonville, MN 56278 (320) 839-2255 Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-5:30pm; Thurs. nights til 8pm; Sat. 9am-12 noon Begin Your with Carlson Craft* or Custom Made Invitations *Open House Cards Personalized Napkins .Decorations and more! ALL AVAILABLE AT The Ortonville Independent Ortonville, MN 320-839-6163 Bellingham school news The Big Stone tournament was held on Saturday, February 6. The 5th grade team took on St. Lawrence in the first round, being defeated 18-26. Scorers were Dustin-lO, Jesse-4, Russell-2 and Ben-2. The fourth- graders saw a lot of action also. The second game Bellingham played was against the Big Stone Lions. The boys played hard but were defeated 18-29. Scorers were Matthew-8, Brian-6 and Brent 4. The next two games were real fan thrillers! The 5th graders rallied for a win over the Big Stone Lions, 16-10. Many of the players hit the boards. Dustin-4, Russell-4, Danny-2, Ryan-2, Luke-2, and Aaron-2. The 6th graders took on St. Lawrence for an exciting game. At half-time, St. Lawrence was leading 12-15. With 50 seconds left in the game, the fans were off their seats with a tie of 21-21. With 5 seconds left, St. Lawrence got to shoot 2 free throws, unfortunately, making both. The boys showed a lot of hustle, losing the game 21-23. Scorers were Matthew 10, Brent-5, Brian-3, Darren-2, and Dustin-1. Great Games! ! There were many fans cheering the Bearcats on! The cheerleaders Caitlin, Megan, Mary, Tiffany and Mary Ann really showed their Bear cat spirit! Thanks!! Coloring Contest Winners Three Bellingham students were winners in the Lac qui Parle Soil and Water Conservation District coloring contest. The theme was "We Use Land in Many Ways". The winners were: Kalyn Gloege- Kindergarten Brandy Larson-First Grade Whitley Strei-Second Grade There were two county winners in Kindergarten, three in first, two in second and three in third. Congratulations, kids! CALENDAR Tuesday, Feb. 16: BBB (H) Big Stone, 6:30 Wednesday, Feb. 17: Ash Wednesday Thursday, Feb. 18:3:00 - School Board Meeting; 5:00 - BBB (H) Ortonville (Grades 3 & 4) Friday, Feb. 19:6:30 - wrestling practice MENU Breakfast TuesdaySugar donut, sausage link, *apple juice, milk. Wednesday--Scrambled eggs, toast, *pine apple juice, milk. I ThursdayJelly donut, toast, *orange juice, milk. Friday--Assorted cereals, toast, *apple juice, milk. Lunch Tuesday-B-B-Q on bun, *french fries, *oranges, cookies, bread, milk. WednesdayFrench toast sticks, *hash browns, boiled eggs, *pears, milk. ThursdaySub sandwiches;, *chilled apple sauce, corn chips, *lettuce, cheese, *applecrisp, milk. FridayCheese pizza, *lettuce salad, *fruit salad, bread, milk. ***** A Bellingham bus will transport secondary students to Ortonville on Friday, Feb. 12. For students who want a ride from the Bellingham School, the bus will leave at 7:40 a.m. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY +350 deluxe rooms & two-room suites  +Refrigerator & coffee pots in ALL guest rooms O +Hair dryer, iron & ironing board in ALL guest rooms! ',tAtA" +Two indoor pools, whirlpools, saunas & a Fitness Center ,r----+Dining & shopping for every taste - over 30 shops Z.L'.L'Z'.?.: Sky.a,k ,o c...i P,,k, OMNIMAX r,=.,,  o. ......... l.., +Frec covered parking 1-800-477-7089 www.duluth.eorn/holidayinn 200 West First St. Duluth, MN 55802 R.at of 59.95 applies on a Ipace avail, sis 2/ - 3/99. Valid on stand, roovrs w/2 dbl or I king, based on avail. Plus tax. Groups do not apply, Advance res rcq. A delicious variety of h0rs d' oeuvres will be served A table with delicious wines will be available for you to enjoy 700t.00 Entree Choices: Prime Rib- Stuffed Cornish Hen- Broiled T0rsk - Deep Fried Shrimp- Bavarian Boneless Pork Loin There will be a short program before dinner. Dinner music will bepr0vided for your enjoyment. Dance music will be provided by a live D. J.- Hoffman's Hits (A cash bar will be available throughout the evening) Tickets are available by calling Jan Schmidt at the Big Stone Health Care Foundation Office at: (320) 839-4135 All proceeds will go to the Big Stone Health Care Foundation Sponsored by Minnwest Bank and The 0rt0nville Independent 16, 1999  INDEPENDENT Page 3b'