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powering countryside th renewable energy II energy is becoming mportant in our nation on fossil fuels much of the U.S. economy policy, while using up our and diminishing the environment. 13, a nuts and bolts be held in Morris to arrners and rural communities "renewable energy a reality to energy needs and economic opportunities. ing the Countryside with lergy II workshop will a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the on the University 3rris campus in begins at 8 a.m. Last farmers, community electric coops, and in the first work- gave an overview of renew- OPportunities. the workshop will focus and bolts of establishing a the products, processes and potential of biD-refining and biD- mass, innovations with hydrogen energy, and funding and financing renewable energy projects. There will also be information shared on the Morris Renewable Energy Project supported by University of Minnesota Morris, West Central Research and Outreach Center, City of Morris, Morris Public School system, DENCO Ethanol Plant, and the West Central Regional Sustainable Development Partnership. Speakers will include Mr. Mark Willers, Manager of Min Win I Wind Farm; Mr. Norm Olson, Program Manager of BECON; Dr. Lanny Schmidt, University of Minnesota; Mr. Darren Schmitt, Energy and Environmental Research Center; Mr. Ken Reiners, AgStar Financial Services; Mr. Denny DeVos, AgCountry Farm Credit Services; Mr. Rory Artig, Minnesota Department of Commerce Energy Office, Mr. Michael Sparby, AURI; Mr. Carl Nelson, The Minnesota Project; Dr. Roger Ruan, University of Minnesota, Dr. Vance Morey, University of Minnesota; Dr. Don Reicosky, USDA ARS Soils Lab; Mr. Jeffery Haase, Minnesota Department of Commerce Energy Office; Dr. Walter Trahanovsky, Iowa State University; Ms. J. Drake Hamilton, Minnesotans for an Energy Efficient Economy; Mr. Rick Killion, Prairie Business Magazine; Dr. Greg Cuomo, West Central Research and Outreach Center to name a few. Empowering the Countryside with Renewable Energy II is sponsored by the West Central Research and Outreach Center, University of Minnesota-Morris, West Central Regional Sustainable Development Partnership, and the Minnesota Department of Commerce Energy Office. Cost of the workshop is $20 per person, $10 for students, payable at the door. Please RSVP by March 7, 2003. Call Jean or Theresa for more information at 320-589-1711 or toll free number 866-589-1711. This workshop is open to anyone that wish- es to attend. meals 28: Ken and Aletta and Shirley Lynne, Davis 7: Red and Ardelle and Ruth Gloege, Prairie Five menu Reservations may be made by calling the Senior Center. When requesting a meal call the Senior Center the day prior to eating at 839- 3555 before 5 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 25 Roast Turkey, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Corn, Pumpkin Crunch Dess, Raisin Bread Wednesday, Feb. 26 Tuna Hotdish, Peas &apos;N Carrots, Fruit, Whole Wheat Bread Thursday, Feb. 27 Pork Chop, Mushroom Sauce, Boiled Potatoes, Lettuce/Banana Salad, Bread Pudding, Rye Bread t's entertainment IRS: Friday, Feb. 28 Build-A-Burger, Oven-Browned Potatoes, Pork'N Beans, Jello/Topping, Whole Wheat Bun Monday, Mar. 3 Meatballs, Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Wisc. Blend Vegs. Sherbet, Rye Bread Tuesday, Mar. 4 Baked Chicken, Rice, Gravy, Coleslaw, Fruit Sauce, Whole Wheat Bread Birthdays As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar. Tuesday, Feb. 25 Scott Simonitch, Peter Holme, Doris Scoblic, Emilie Waits, Andrew Strei, Daryl Jonescheit, Jr., Rev. Monte Meyer, Mark Bursheim, Robert Hofstad, Noah James Streed Wednesday, Feb. 26 Mary Frickson, Larry Dahle, Georgianna Fredrickson Beavers, Mel Stelling, Chad Brecke, Travis Freiwald, Elden Rasmussen Thursday, Feb. 27 Kathy Hansen, Carissa Kampen, Clayton Hedman Friday, Feb. 28 Nathan Streed, Kristi Jo Rawleigh, Gail Green, Miles Rausch, Daniel Rausch, Tami Lundberg, Kathy Selvig, Dale Emde, Mark Fuller, Michael O'Neill Feb. 29 Lucille Stolpman, Michael Charles Nolop, Judy Schaffer, Teresa Reinke, Kathy Larson, Mary Billiet Saturday, Mar. 1 David Fischer, Virginia Karels, Ora Mae George, Amy Ann Trebil, Holly Marie Krueger, Keylen Ray Siebigteroth, Sharon Schlenker Kuefler, Nicole Emde, Matthew Granger Sunday, Mar. 2 Rodger Bergland, Reena Bagne, James Kelzer, Mark Bergeson, Gwen Marie Koll, Sally Puder Axtell, Jessica Cornelisen, Laura Iverson, Elizabeth Rheingans, Anna Nicole Kill, Chloe Lindholm Johnson Monday, Mar. 3 Ana Joy Lindholm, Rodney Morris, Verden Gerber, Bill Hoel, Janis Sellin, Marjorie Olson, Elaine Cartwright, Andrea K. Kelly, Judy Morrison, Kayla Devorak Tuesday, Mar. 4 Mildred Thymian, Daniel Johnson, Carol Knoll, Alexis Danielson, Ashly Marie Thielke, Jason M. Stovall, Sara Davis Wolner, Lori Lundberg City man accused of guitar theft According to Big Stone County court records, Travis Gary Rethke, 26, of Ortonville has been charged with two counts involving the theft and sale of a guitar missing from the garage of Cassidy Anderson of Ortonville in early January of this year. Rethke has pleaded not guilty, bail was waived and he received a sum- mons to appear in Big Stone County Court on Feb. 26. Anderson reported the missing Gibson guitar to Big Stone County officers about a week after first notic- ing that it was missing. According to reports, Dustin Kindelberger who works for the same employer as Rethke, purchased the guitar from Rethke for $40, but became suspi- cious when he discovered on the internet that the instrument was val- ued at around $900. Newspat_ _r Think about itl Only newspapers have users who are literate, educated, make more money and have good jobs, the people retailers want to reach, Ifs where busi- nesses meet their customersl Your Newspaper: The Link to Your Communityl ii ii, i, EAT IN, TO GO & DRIVE THRU addy's REMEMBER OUR FlavorBurst Cones! Jim and Karen McFarlane, Owners I TONE CITY, SD 862-8253 TRY IrJ'Sll! S. ItS. 15 MILBANK, SD PH. 605-4324421 Saturday, March 1 5:00 PM LANTERN INN MILBANK STARTS FRIDAY, FEB. 28 (PG13) ust Married" CONTINUING (R) "OLD SCHOOl:" SHOWING THRU THURSDAY (G) "Jungle Book 2" ENOS THURSDAY, FEB. 27 (PGI$) "DAREDEVlI00 Tues., March 4 Grilled Pork Chop Supper 6:OO-9:OO P.M. Pork chop, potato, salad, relish tray, bread & coffee $6.50 01d Mill or Old Mill Light BLACK VELVET 19th Annual Sunday, I "t Come Clean out your freezer! wild game, please donate by Wednesday, February 26th. TUES., FEB. 25, 2003 : BBQ Ribs Ist Dinner Reg: Price 2nd Dinner for $ 1.00 WITH COUPON ONLY Not redeemable with gift certificate or any other coupon. "! WED., FEB. 26. 2003 i 6 OZ. Broiled Lobster $12.95 WITH COUPON ONLY :::::::::::::::::::::::: THURS., FEB. 27, 2003 : I Steak Cubes Ist Dinner Reg, Price 2nd Dinner for $ 1.00 WITH COUPON ONLY Not redeemable with gift certificate or any other coupon OVI ENTALS YX)eddia9 cZ3ance- ,_,ltu,dat[, //]4,tch I Shannon Dauman & Chad Doehnke // ,aic bt[ "//]4 ohke I 7 tt.eie.< " Svecia{ 8 oz: SIRLOIN, SALAD BAR and TUES.-THURS. 5:00-6:00 PM Over 500 D VDs to choose Large Selection of VHS Movies/ WEEKEND DINNER SPECIAL (Fri.-Sat.) bVDs.- $2.00 for 2 Days CH,CKEN or SHRIMP ALFREDO . _.(_.._. Se,.,a  ,,hZy ,, g,n',,: toast. ,o,,d,,.  FIESTA ROOM 00/HS $1.00 for 2 Days VIDEo GAME & GAME BOX RENTALS ,...w., Services Send ]o to PARIS! Main Street " Ortonville, MN 221 i 2nd St. NW Offonville, MN 320-839-2008 eb. 25, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 15 powering countryside th renewable energy II energy is becoming mportant in our nation on fossil fuels much of the U.S. economy policy, while using up our and diminishing the environment. 13, a nuts and bolts be held in Morris to arrners and rural communities "renewable energy a reality to energy needs and economic opportunities. ing the Countryside with lergy II workshop will a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the on the University 3rris campus in begins at 8 a.m. Last farmers, community electric coops, and in the first work- gave an overview of renew- OPportunities. the workshop will focus and bolts of establishing a the products, processes and potential of biD-refining and biD- mass, innovations with hydrogen energy, and funding and financing renewable energy projects. There will also be information shared on the Morris Renewable Energy Project supported by University of Minnesota Morris, West Central Research and Outreach Center, City of Morris, Morris Public School system, DENCO Ethanol Plant, and the West Central Regional Sustainable Development Partnership. Speakers will include Mr. Mark Willers, Manager of Min Win I Wind Farm; Mr. Norm Olson, Program Manager of BECON; Dr. Lanny Schmidt, University of Minnesota; Mr. Darren Schmitt, Energy and Environmental Research Center; Mr. Ken Reiners, AgStar Financial Services; Mr. Denny DeVos, AgCountry Farm Credit Services; Mr. Rory Artig, Minnesota Department of Commerce Energy Office, Mr. Michael Sparby, AURI; Mr. Carl Nelson, The Minnesota Project; Dr. Roger Ruan, University of Minnesota, Dr. Vance Morey, University of Minnesota; Dr. Don Reicosky, USDA ARS Soils Lab; Mr. Jeffery Haase, Minnesota Department of Commerce Energy Office; Dr. Walter Trahanovsky, Iowa State University; Ms. J. Drake Hamilton, Minnesotans for an Energy Efficient Economy; Mr. Rick Killion, Prairie Business Magazine; Dr. Greg Cuomo, West Central Research and Outreach Center to name a few. Empowering the Countryside with Renewable Energy II is sponsored by the West Central Research and Outreach Center, University of Minnesota-Morris, West Central Regional Sustainable Development Partnership, and the Minnesota Department of Commerce Energy Office. Cost of the workshop is $20 per person, $10 for students, payable at the door. Please RSVP by March 7, 2003. Call Jean or Theresa for more information at 320-589-1711 or toll free number 866-589-1711. This workshop is open to anyone that wish- es to attend. meals 28: Ken and Aletta and Shirley Lynne, Davis 7: Red and Ardelle and Ruth Gloege, Prairie Five menu Reservations may be made by calling the Senior Center. When requesting a meal call the Senior Center the day prior to eating at 839- 3555 before 5 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 25 Roast Turkey, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Corn, Pumpkin Crunch Dess, Raisin Bread Wednesday, Feb. 26 Tuna Hotdish, Peas 'N Carrots, Fruit, Whole Wheat Bread Thursday, Feb. 27 Pork Chop, Mushroom Sauce, Boiled Potatoes, Lettuce/Banana Salad, Bread Pudding, Rye Bread t's entertainment IRS: Friday, Feb. 28 Build-A-Burger, Oven-Browned Potatoes, Pork'N Beans, Jello/Topping, Whole Wheat Bun Monday, Mar. 3 Meatballs, Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Wisc. Blend Vegs. Sherbet, Rye Bread Tuesday, Mar. 4 Baked Chicken, Rice, Gravy, Coleslaw, Fruit Sauce, Whole Wheat Bread Birthdays As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar. Tuesday, Feb. 25 Scott Simonitch, Peter Holme, Doris Scoblic, Emilie Waits, Andrew Strei, Daryl Jonescheit, Jr., Rev. Monte Meyer, Mark Bursheim, Robert Hofstad, Noah James Streed Wednesday, Feb. 26 Mary Frickson, Larry Dahle, Georgianna Fredrickson Beavers, Mel Stelling, Chad Brecke, Travis Freiwald, Elden Rasmussen Thursday, Feb. 27 Kathy Hansen, Carissa Kampen, Clayton Hedman Friday, Feb. 28 Nathan Streed, Kristi Jo Rawleigh, Gail Green, Miles Rausch, Daniel Rausch, Tami Lundberg, Kathy Selvig, Dale Emde, Mark Fuller, Michael O'Neill Feb. 29 Lucille Stolpman, Michael Charles Nolop, Judy Schaffer, Teresa Reinke, Kathy Larson, Mary Billiet Saturday, Mar. 1 David Fischer, Virginia Karels, Ora Mae George, Amy Ann Trebil, Holly Marie Krueger, Keylen Ray Siebigteroth, Sharon Schlenker Kuefler, Nicole Emde, Matthew Granger Sunday, Mar. 2 Rodger Bergland, Reena Bagne, James Kelzer, Mark Bergeson, Gwen Marie Koll, Sally Puder Axtell, Jessica Cornelisen, Laura Iverson, Elizabeth Rheingans, Anna Nicole Kill, Chloe Lindholm Johnson Monday, Mar. 3 Ana Joy Lindholm, Rodney Morris, Verden Gerber, Bill Hoel, Janis Sellin, Marjorie Olson, Elaine Cartwright, Andrea K. Kelly, Judy Morrison, Kayla Devorak Tuesday, Mar. 4 Mildred Thymian, Daniel Johnson, Carol Knoll, Alexis Danielson, Ashly Marie Thielke, Jason M. Stovall, Sara Davis Wolner, Lori Lundberg City man accused of guitar theft According to Big Stone County court records, Travis Gary Rethke, 26, of Ortonville has been charged with two counts involving the theft and sale of a guitar missing from the garage of Cassidy Anderson of Ortonville in early January of this year. Rethke has pleaded not guilty, bail was waived and he received a sum- mons to appear in Big Stone County Court on Feb. 26. Anderson reported the missing Gibson guitar to Big Stone County officers about a week after first notic- ing that it was missing. According to reports, Dustin Kindelberger who works for the same employer as Rethke, purchased the guitar from Rethke for $40, but became suspi- cious when he discovered on the internet that the instrument was val- ued at around $900. Newspat_ _r Think about itl Only newspapers have users who are literate, educated, make more money and have good jobs, the people retailers want to reach, Ifs where busi- nesses meet their customersl Your Newspaper: The Link to Your Communityl ii ii, i, EAT IN, TO GO & DRIVE THRU addy's REMEMBER OUR FlavorBurst Cones! Jim and Karen McFarlane, Owners I TONE CITY, SD 862-8253 TRY IrJ'Sll! S. ItS. 15 MILBANK, SD PH. 605-4324421 Saturday, March 1 5:00 PM LANTERN INN MILBANK STARTS FRIDAY, FEB. 28 (PG13) ust Married" CONTINUING (R) "OLD SCHOOl:" SHOWING THRU THURSDAY (G) "Jungle Book 2" ENOS THURSDAY, FEB. 27 (PGI$) "DAREDEVlI00 Tues., March 4 Grilled Pork Chop Supper 6:OO-9:OO P.M. Pork chop, potato, salad, relish tray, bread & coffee $6.50 01d Mill or Old Mill Light BLACK VELVET 19th Annual Sunday, I "t Come Clean out your freezer! wild game, please donate by Wednesday, February 26th. TUES., FEB. 25, 2003 : BBQ Ribs Ist Dinner Reg: Price 2nd Dinner for $ 1.00 WITH COUPON ONLY Not redeemable with gift certificate or any other coupon. "! WED., FEB. 26. 2003 i 6 OZ. Broiled Lobster $12.95 WITH COUPON ONLY :::::::::::::::::::::::: THURS., FEB. 27, 2003 : I Steak Cubes Ist Dinner Reg, Price 2nd Dinner for $ 1.00 WITH COUPON ONLY Not redeemable with gift certificate or any other coupon OVI ENTALS YX)eddia9 cZ3ance- ,_,ltu,dat[, //]4,tch I Shannon Dauman & Chad Doehnke // ,aic bt[ "//]4 ohke I 7 tt.eie.< " Svecia{ 8 oz: SIRLOIN, SALAD BAR and TUES.-THURS. 5:00-6:00 PM Over 500 D VDs to choose Large Selection of VHS Movies/ WEEKEND DINNER SPECIAL (Fri.-Sat.) bVDs.- $2.00 for 2 Days CH,CKEN or SHRIMP ALFREDO . _.(_.._. Se,.,a  ,,hZy ,, g,n',,: toast. ,o,,d,,.  FIESTA ROOM 00/HS $1.00 for 2 Days VIDEo GAME & GAME BOX RENTALS ,...w., Services Send ]o to PARIS! Main Street " Ortonville, MN 221 i 2nd St. NW Offonville, MN 320-839-2008 eb. 25, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 15