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million for Center Mark Dayton announced dllion to expand and dedicate House in St. Paul 10nor of Paul and Sheila new facility will be called the and Sheila Wellstonc Center for IIty Building at House. disapp(fintlnent nding is not the full $10 for the project and by the President. money is included in the Omnibus Appropriations erence Report which will be by Congress this week. egislation authorizing $10 the project was sponsored Dean Barkley (I-MN) in Congress. that time, Senator Dayton 3toned the cause to secure funding. He wrote a letter Bush on Jan. 24th when ate passed Omnibus bill contained only $5 or the project. reminded the President the bill authorizing the and asked the President full funding. Congress has kept a to their late colleague, friend, Paul Wellstone. For grateful," said Dayton. people coming to the House were not and would not be for a r of years. Paul and Sheila did the bottom of their hearts. tting tribute to them and I only be the first s0ch Karels on dean&apos;s list West Community and College, Granite Falls, is announce that Matthew ff Big Stone City, SD was to the 2002 fall semester 4400 400 Anytime 4000 Night & Weekend Cellular 2000 Earn up to *200 OFF Credit applied to your account in the 25th month of service. UNLIMITED coupon Mobile to Mobile Applies to plans $32.95 and up with 24-month service ag,eement NO ACTIVATION FE $29 95*/month A S30v,0000 tl Coupon Expires 02t22/2003. Applies to plans $29.95 and higher. New 18-month service agreement required. '1 O0 .,s,,,, REBATE On Motorola V60t Regular price: $299.99 bean's" Sheriff's Assn begins ust requ*res students Area students ! a 3.5 grade point average and 12 or more credits during the named to NDSU r. n scholarships for 2003 dean'slist tit name o , Minnesota students'were among the 2,258 North Dakota State ,on, cash da, o nan: ii;000000iii 20000vs*Ydan, d* rod*, Included from this area were the ne who would like c g following: names or order birthday Jeff Propp and James Stotesbery, both of Clinton; Amy Farwell of from the American Legk n upon job knowledge and skills. The Scholarships are only available to Kee Corn y Clean with new Keystone LA should contact Lorrayne ,53. lished a scholarship fund totaling $9,000, for the awarding of 15 $600 may have their name on scholarships for this year.  It is anticipated that the MSA scholarship program, which is pro- moted by the 87 Sheriffs of Minnesota, will be expanded in the years to come. Members of the Minnesota Sheriff's Association give recognition of soil-applied available today that grass and broadleaf weeds,it seem there is little room for But applicators and continue to ask for products easily and give consistent atml year in and year out. why new Keystone* LA from l)ow AgroSciences developed. Keystone LA combination of and next generation been proven m to control a wide variety and leaf weeds, waterhemp, lambsquarters, smartweed LA handles extremely ,ardd to other soil-applied to the combination generation atrazine and a package the suspo-emulsion uniform and consistent tank. LA is less other herbicides, so it easier and delivers an even that provides Control of grasses and , LA With only % inch of rain, wide application window I days early preplant all the corn. LA delivers Va pound when used at the !.0 qt/acre application Fate, for many soil types in is also a :rbicide for broad-spectrum, one-pass weed , or use in a thor e oll Your local MSA recognizes the importance of pre-training to the accomplishment of these requisites. It also recognizes that some candidates need outside help in meeting the costs of such training, even though they excel academically. To that end, the association stands ready to offer financial assistance in the form of these scholarships, as funds will allow. students in one of the following four categories. 1. Mandated skills program 2. Two-year law enforcement pro- gram. 3. Vocational-Technical police pro- gram 4. Four-year college criminal jus- tice course Students meeting this criteria are Over 35 Years of Service Proven Systems www.dryupbasement.com / 1-800-348-6247 / Graceville; Benjamin Anderson, Michelle Gall and Sarah Linde, all of Madison; Alexis Dart, Brian Carlson, and Andrew Simonitch, all of Ortonville. Things are buzzin' in the WANT ADS to the lack of financial assistance The scholarship committee, in invited to obtain a scholarship appli- available to students attending the making its selection of awards, cation blank from the Sheriff's office mandated peace officers skills course intends to achieve representation from and to actively participate in the con> or two/or four year law enforcement all geographical areas of the state, petition. degree school. The policy adopted by Applications will be received until Study shows regional tour,sm program successful! Commission and represents the com- munities within Big Stone, Chippewa, Lac qui Parle, Swift, and Yellow Medicine Counties. For more information on Western Minnesota Prairie Waters contact Rebecca Jackson or Dawn Hegland at 1.866.866.5432 or visit www.prairiewaters.com. American He<art ssociation *Bad Credit Is No *Home Improvements s41 4 .No Income Check n nso Iida! e Oebt paoo,ooo i Pay Only *Get Cash Back WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE to visit the area and 66 percent said that it had influenced their decision about the length of their stay in the area. A newly redesigned website in 2002, highlighting travel activities and events in the Western Minnesota Prairie Waters area has also added to the success of the Regional Tourism Program. The website, www.prairiewaters.com, highlights events and activities in the five coun- ty Prairie Waters region. The 'redesigned site has increased the length of time visitors spend on the site and received over 81,000 hits Western Minnesota Prairie Waters, the Regional Tourism Program, engaged in a recent marketing study, conducted by the University of Minnesota's Tourism Center. Results from the study showed that for every dollar that the Regional Tourism Program spent on marketing in 2001, an average of $30.50 was generated into the local economy by travelers! The study, which surveyed a ran- dom selection of people who specifi- cally requested information from the Regional Tourism Program in 2001, showed that tourist's top travel activi- ties included scenic touring, park vis- its, historical sites, and shopping. Of from July-September 2002, over the people surveyed, 76 percent said 63,000 more hits then the old site that the information they received rec/;:detrheprevious year!... from Western Minnesota Prairie is a ro rammmtnes'tar'ralrLenneWtet rsotneUerM/soa Waters had influenced their decision ValiP;_ g Regional PPlevelopment l-IF, "lell III CASH SkTILEMENTS ] g'/-" I mt "ik' ! I Are Beinl Awarded NOW I Bayer Pharmaceutical pulled Baycol (also called cerivastatin) from the market and it is now linked to at least "100 deaths. FDA physicians have linked I Baycl to a rare muscle condition which destroys muscle tissue and releases I lit into the bloodstream. If you or a loved one have taken Baycol and have I[.lel a = =1:i ,] Cjln i =l :I i m'fl,]01a-4..l:[,] :! m L. kl0] :m,] I:11; -I ysi,,d,,- q''.'"r I 90UBLEWll)ES Starting at '43,900 I Manufactured & Modular Homes At Their Best. See us today! Hwy. 71 South, Sebeka, MN 56477 o 1-800-879-2284 You'll Find A Blizzard ,,, .... Of Bargains At Our .,,it,.. vve nave cleaned ROUSe cWINTER:S[ E  and red tagged Feb. 17-22  one of a kind items, seasonal merchandise  /llll and clothing. '*' GREAT SAVINGS FOR YOU,  '' CHARbES RIVER  I Che. Out Our ..l._,llili HOODED .Sg._ I n/T TAD I/00l/ : I 1 2 ZIP STORE PUI,LOVER WITHIN OUR STORF; Each Liebe Drug/Variety Nylon Outer Shell Reg. $39.99 . .Jill .... , . I hasafantast,csect,onof I."''-:- "I1:[ ..... ,, o,ar,,,eeeUeo ,, ,, ,, I DOLLAR ITEMS. " Find hundreds of items The "now il ltlll felllng and =o are our Black or Navy  I.I t, li.II ....... prteu, so,k,,t, on over ,rid e,,teh these with Gray Fleece IL  Ik, [ ,, I, [t ! I 1 price 2.at !us; great deals before they melt awayl T I I,  I  11 [ UINb. UUL,, ,,,,L&H. , Liebe Drug/Variety 00p00,e,on 00.ban00 W.mo.00SL - Feb. 18, 2003 b. INDEPENDENT Page 3 million for Center Mark Dayton announced dllion to expand and dedicate House in St. Paul 10nor of Paul and Sheila new facility will be called the and Sheila Wellstonc Center for IIty Building at House. disapp(fintlnent nding is not the full $10 for the project and by the President. money is included in the Omnibus Appropriations erence Report which will be by Congress this week. egislation authorizing $10 the project was sponsored Dean Barkley (I-MN) in Congress. that time, Senator Dayton 3toned the cause to secure funding. He wrote a letter Bush on Jan. 24th when ate passed Omnibus bill contained only $5 or the project. reminded the President the bill authorizing the and asked the President full funding. Congress has kept a to their late colleague, friend, Paul Wellstone. For grateful," said Dayton. people coming to the House were not and would not be for a r of years. Paul and Sheila did the bottom of their hearts. tting tribute to them and I only be the first s0ch Karels on dean's list West Community and College, Granite Falls, is announce that Matthew ff Big Stone City, SD was to the 2002 fall semester 4400 400 Anytime 4000 Night & Weekend Cellular 2000 Earn up to *200 OFF Credit applied to your account in the 25th month of service. UNLIMITED coupon Mobile to Mobile Applies to plans $32.95 and up with 24-month service ag,eement NO ACTIVATION FE $29 95*/month A S30v,0000 tl Coupon Expires 02t22/2003. Applies to plans $29.95 and higher. New 18-month service agreement required. '1 O0 .,s,,,, REBATE On Motorola V60t Regular price: $299.99 bean's" Sheriff's Assn begins ust requ*res students Area students ! a 3.5 grade point average and 12 or more credits during the named to NDSU r. n scholarships for 2003 dean'slist tit name o , Minnesota students'were among the 2,258 North Dakota State ,on, cash da, o nan: ii;000000iii 20000vs*Ydan, d* rod*, Included from this area were the ne who would like c g following: names or order birthday Jeff Propp and James Stotesbery, both of Clinton; Amy Farwell of from the American Legk n upon job knowledge and skills. The Scholarships are only available to Kee Corn y Clean with new Keystone LA should contact Lorrayne ,53. lished a scholarship fund totaling $9,000, for the awarding of 15 $600 may have their name on scholarships for this year.  It is anticipated that the MSA scholarship program, which is pro- moted by the 87 Sheriffs of Minnesota, will be expanded in the years to come. Members of the Minnesota Sheriff's Association give recognition of soil-applied available today that grass and broadleaf weeds,it seem there is little room for But applicators and continue to ask for products easily and give consistent atml year in and year out. why new Keystone* LA from l)ow AgroSciences developed. Keystone LA combination of and next generation been proven m to control a wide variety and leaf weeds, waterhemp, lambsquarters, smartweed LA handles extremely ,ardd to other soil-applied to the combination generation atrazine and a package the suspo-emulsion uniform and consistent tank. LA is less other herbicides, so it easier and delivers an even that provides Control of grasses and , LA With only % inch of rain, wide application window I days early preplant all the corn. LA delivers Va pound when used at the !.0 qt/acre application Fate, for many soil types in is also a :rbicide for broad-spectrum, one-pass weed , or use in a thor e oll Your local MSA recognizes the importance of pre-training to the accomplishment of these requisites. It also recognizes that some candidates need outside help in meeting the costs of such training, even though they excel academically. To that end, the association stands ready to offer financial assistance in the form of these scholarships, as funds will allow. students in one of the following four categories. 1. Mandated skills program 2. Two-year law enforcement pro- gram. 3. Vocational-Technical police pro- gram 4. Four-year college criminal jus- tice course Students meeting this criteria are Over 35 Years of Service Proven Systems www.dryupbasement.com / 1-800-348-6247 / Graceville; Benjamin Anderson, Michelle Gall and Sarah Linde, all of Madison; Alexis Dart, Brian Carlson, and Andrew Simonitch, all of Ortonville. Things are buzzin' in the WANT ADS to the lack of financial assistance The scholarship committee, in invited to obtain a scholarship appli- available to students attending the making its selection of awards, cation blank from the Sheriff's office mandated peace officers skills course intends to achieve representation from and to actively participate in the con> or two/or four year law enforcement all geographical areas of the state, petition. degree school. The policy adopted by Applications will be received until Study shows regional tour,sm program successful! Commission and represents the com- munities within Big Stone, Chippewa, Lac qui Parle, Swift, and Yellow Medicine Counties. For more information on Western Minnesota Prairie Waters contact Rebecca Jackson or Dawn Hegland at 1.866.866.5432 or visit www.prairiewaters.com. American He<art ssociation *Bad Credit Is No *Home Improvements s41 4 .No Income Check n nso Iida! e Oebt paoo,ooo i Pay Only *Get Cash Back WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE to visit the area and 66 percent said that it had influenced their decision about the length of their stay in the area. A newly redesigned website in 2002, highlighting travel activities and events in the Western Minnesota Prairie Waters area has also added to the success of the Regional Tourism Program. The website, www.prairiewaters.com, highlights events and activities in the five coun- ty Prairie Waters region. The 'redesigned site has increased the length of time visitors spend on the site and received over 81,000 hits Western Minnesota Prairie Waters, the Regional Tourism Program, engaged in a recent marketing study, conducted by the University of Minnesota's Tourism Center. Results from the study showed that for every dollar that the Regional Tourism Program spent on marketing in 2001, an average of $30.50 was generated into the local economy by travelers! The study, which surveyed a ran- dom selection of people who specifi- cally requested information from the Regional Tourism Program in 2001, showed that tourist's top travel activi- ties included scenic touring, park vis- its, historical sites, and shopping. Of from July-September 2002, over the people surveyed, 76 percent said 63,000 more hits then the old site that the information they received rec/;:detrheprevious year!... from Western Minnesota Prairie is a ro rammmtnes'tar'ralrLenneWtet rsotneUerM/soa Waters had influenced their decision ValiP;_ g Regional PPlevelopment l-IF, "lell III CASH SkTILEMENTS ] g'/-" I mt "ik' ! I Are Beinl Awarded NOW I Bayer Pharmaceutical pulled Baycol (also called cerivastatin) from the market and it is now linked to at least "100 deaths. FDA physicians have linked I Baycl to a rare muscle condition which destroys muscle tissue and releases I lit into the bloodstream. If you or a loved one have taken Baycol and have I[.lel a = =1:i ,] Cjln i =l :I i m'fl,]01a-4..l:[,] :! m L. kl0] :m,] I:11; -I ysi,,d,,- q''.'"r I 90UBLEWll)ES Starting at '43,900 I Manufactured & Modular Homes At Their Best. See us today! Hwy. 71 South, Sebeka, MN 56477 o 1-800-879-2284 You'll Find A Blizzard ,,, .... Of Bargains At Our .,,it,.. vve nave cleaned ROUSe cWINTER:S[ E  and red tagged Feb. 17-22  one of a kind items, seasonal merchandise  /llll and clothing. '*' GREAT SAVINGS FOR YOU,  '' CHARbES RIVER  I Che. Out Our ..l._,llili HOODED .Sg._ I n/T T A D I/00l/ : I 1 2 ZIP STORE PUI,LOVER WITHIN OUR STORF; Each Liebe Drug/Variety Nylon Outer Shell Reg. $39.99 . .Jill .... , . I hasafantast,csect,onof I."''-:- "I1:[ ..... ,, o,ar,,,eeeUeo ,, ,, ,, I DOLLAR ITEMS. " Find hundreds of items The "now il ltlll felllng and =o are our Black or Navy  I.I t, li.II ....... prteu, so,k,,t, on over ,rid e,,teh these with Gray Fleece IL  Ik, [ ,, I, [t ! I 1 price 2.at !us; great deals before they melt awayl T I I,  I  11 [ UINb. UUL,, ,,,,L&H. , Liebe Drug/Variety 00p00,e,on 00.ban00 W.mo.00SL - Feb. 18, 2003 b. INDEPENDENT Page 3