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Arctic Open.Winners :/ THIRD PLACE - Women&apos;s Division, golfing a 36, was Barb of Ornville;'Darvy Karsky.is presenting-her trophy. There goliers ano 3u women golfers in the tournament, as well competition. < LE TORGERSON of Stacy earned the High Score Trophy in r(tic Open with a score of 53. He accepts his trophy from manag'er Darvy Karsky. Dale recalls maybe winning this previous year - as he has been a long-time, occasional n the event. school news Calendar 2-25 5:30 BBB at St. 4th and 6th gr., 6:30 2-27 5:30 BBB (H) Breakfast egg patty, milk. juice, cold and milk. juice, cherry yogurt and milk. juice, french toast, nilk. Lunch Tuesday--chicken noodle soup, summer sausage sandwiches, peaches, green apples, cookie or brownie, PBfPBJ and milk. Wednesday--italian spaghetti, carrots sliced pears, garlic bread, PB/PBJ and milk. Thursday--chicken nuggets, oven fries, red apples with caramel dip, grapes, oranges, PB/PBJ and milk. Friday--sub sandwiches, cheese curls, bananas, applesauce cup, rice' krispie bars, PB/PBJ and milk Law firm member receives honor Attorney Amy Doll (Wohlers), of Morris, has been selected as one of Minnesota's Top Lawyers for 2002 by Minnesota Lawyer newspaper. She was honored at the Gala Awards Banquet on Jan. 30, 2003 at the Hilton Hotel, : Minneapolis. The selection iii:: ;,'. criteria for this honor are excellence in the areas of leadership, significant public service, major case success and/or newsworthy achievements. Amy Doll has had an exciting year. Not only did the 35-year-old Attorney successfully complete a complicated personal injury case that had more twists and turns than a bar exam hypothetical, but she was also elected to the Minnesota Trial Lawyer's Association (MTLA) Board of Governors and was elected to the Morris Area school board. Doll is a member of the west central Minnesota firm of Fluegel, Helseth, McLaughlin, Anderson and Brutlag, Chartered, which has offices in Morris, Elbow Lake and Ortonville. The Firm was created with the 1993 merger of three established area law firms. Compromised of eight lawyers practicing in individual specialties, the firm provides a broad range of legal services to clients in the upper Midwest. Doll is a full-time member of the firm's litigation department. Her practice consists primarily of representing injured persons in claims resulting from accidental injury and death, social security and employment claims. Amy Doll lives in Morris with her husband, Donny Wohlers and their three children, Brennan, Carly and J Save money with our multi.policy discount! mobile home with us, through Auto-Owners Insurance Company, we'll save you money with their multi- policy discount! Mature policyholders can eam even greater savings. Contact our agency t(xiay! o4'uto-,nwr  Life Home Cr Business III Tom Kindt Agency 1-800-33-TWINS twinsbaseball.com 113 NW First Street Ortonuille, MN Located in the CenBank building Phone 320-839-6145 Colton. Amy is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, Morris, where she received Bachelor of Science degrees in English and Philosophy in 1990. She received her law degree from William Mitchell College of Law in 1993 and has been practicing with the FHMAB law firm since 1994. USD names fall '02 dean's list University of South Dakota has announced the Dean's lists for the 2002 fall semester, with approximately 863 students, or ten percent of the entire student body, named to the lists. The following local students were included on the list: from the college of Arts and Science Cassandra R. Torgerson of Ortonville with a 4.0 GPA and Colter J. Ouradnik of Big Stone City, SD. From the School of Business, Chad M. Serocki of Browns Valley with a 4.0 GPA and from the School of Education Michael L. Billiet of Graceville. ADULT PUTTING CONTEST WINNERS - at the 24th annual Arctic Open Golf Tournament, held Saturday, Feb. 15. Dave Ellingson, right, placed first with 15 and second place, Mark Scholber center, width 17. They are shown with tournament manager Darwin arsky in troni of the Arctic Open Hall of Fame at the Penguin Bar and Lounge in Clinton. There were 25 participants in the putting contest. SUN MON TUE WED THU Fill SAT I1 "li ..... " > IE  Fill ,SKI" SUN MONlIJE WEDTHU Fill SAT i I =J[l&__ll is '1 Ill ff li I ,,, [.__A I . cws I ,,,,, L M!IdCWS .L I sAq t SUN MON'I1JE WED'IHU Fill SAT SUN MON11JE WEDTHU Fill SAT SUN MONE   SAT 6: 12: BOS B{] s& s& Ask about our discounted weekend ticket packages including: Friday Rainbow Foods EasySave Four Pack, just $49 Saturday Dairy Queen Family Pack, just $49 Sunday SuperAmerica Kids Day, just $2 1 A L,,,, /' 8 7:05 9 705 I0 11 12 Ii i 1 41CH:3 a/ r' i r' iI2:0 "isa   1 :os '10 Ii 12 I$ 205  15705 NOBLE GAMES Schedule subject to change, Salute Ortonville's School Patrol DURING SCHOOL SAFETY PATROL MONTH...FEBRUARY 48 MEMBERS STRONG FOR 2002-2003 Tyler Adelman Casey Amdt Jacob Berger Courtney Dawald Landon Dybdal Matthew Fellows Benjamin Gere Rachel Gruenwald Jennifer Henrich Jake Henrichs Benjamin Johnson Abigail Knutson Samantha Lindahl Seth Maas Laura Marsotek Kara McLain Ross McLaughlin Trenton Oakes Michael Peterson Dustin Ringsaker Evan Sammon Nickolas Steuart Jillian Wandersee Jeffrey Watson Brittany Welberg Bryant Zahrbock Devin Allen Jennifer Athey Martin Danielson Travis Erickson Sarah Fink-Burns Kenny Folk Brittany Halvorson Dylan Jorgensen Paul Kellen Travis Koplin Joy Kurrasch Cameron Larson Mackenzie Moen Nicole Nelson Ryan Parady Dewon Plemmons Michael Roe Candice Rushford Nathan Scherer Cassaundra Sherod Kayla Teske Brittany Waiters We Are Proud of You Boys and Girls - One and All! STRONG INSURANCE Ortonville, MN 320-839-6118 25, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 3b Arctic Open.Winners :/ THIRD PLACE - Women's Division, golfing a 36, was Barb of Ornville;'Darvy Karsky.is presenting-her trophy. There goliers ano 3u women golfers in the tournament, as well competition. < LE TORGERSON of Stacy earned the High Score Trophy in r(tic Open with a score of 53. He accepts his trophy from manag'er Darvy Karsky. Dale recalls maybe winning this previous year - as he has been a long-time, occasional n the event. school news Calendar 2-25 5:30 BBB at St. 4th and 6th gr., 6:30 2-27 5:30 BBB (H) Breakfast egg patty, milk. juice, cold and milk. juice, cherry yogurt and milk. juice, french toast, nilk. Lunch Tuesday--chicken noodle soup, summer sausage sandwiches, peaches, green apples, cookie or brownie, PBfPBJ and milk. Wednesday--italian spaghetti, carrots sliced pears, garlic bread, PB/PBJ and milk. Thursday--chicken nuggets, oven fries, red apples with caramel dip, grapes, oranges, PB/PBJ and milk. Friday--sub sandwiches, cheese curls, bananas, applesauce cup, rice' krispie bars, PB/PBJ and milk Law firm member receives honor Attorney Amy Doll (Wohlers), of Morris, has been selected as one of Minnesota's Top Lawyers for 2002 by Minnesota Lawyer newspaper. She was honored at the Gala Awards Banquet on Jan. 30, 2003 at the Hilton Hotel, : Minneapolis. The selection iii:: ;,'. criteria for this honor are excellence in the areas of leadership, significant public service, major case success and/or newsworthy achievements. Amy Doll has had an exciting year. Not only did the 35-year-old Attorney successfully complete a complicated personal injury case that had more twists and turns than a bar exam hypothetical, but she was also elected to the Minnesota Trial Lawyer's Association (MTLA) Board of Governors and was elected to the Morris Area school board. Doll is a member of the west central Minnesota firm of Fluegel, Helseth, McLaughlin, Anderson and Brutlag, Chartered, which has offices in Morris, Elbow Lake and Ortonville. The Firm was created with the 1993 merger of three established area law firms. Compromised of eight lawyers practicing in individual specialties, the firm provides a broad range of legal services to clients in the upper Midwest. Doll is a full-time member of the firm's litigation department. Her practice consists primarily of representing injured persons in claims resulting from accidental injury and death, social security and employment claims. Amy Doll lives in Morris with her husband, Donny Wohlers and their three children, Brennan, Carly and J Save money with our multi.policy discount! mobile home with us, through Auto-Owners Insurance Company, we'll save you money with their multi- policy discount! Mature policyholders can eam even greater savings. Contact our agency t(xiay! o4'uto-,nwr  Life Home Cr Business III Tom Kindt Agency 1-800-33-TWINS twinsbaseball.com 113 NW First Street Ortonuille, MN Located in the CenBank building Phone 320-839-6145 Colton. Amy is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, Morris, where she received Bachelor of Science degrees in English and Philosophy in 1990. She received her law degree from William Mitchell College of Law in 1993 and has been practicing with the FHMAB law firm since 1994. USD names fall '02 dean's list University of South Dakota has announced the Dean's lists for the 2002 fall semester, with approximately 863 students, or ten percent of the entire student body, named to the lists. The following local students were included on the list: from the college of Arts and Science Cassandra R. Torgerson of Ortonville with a 4.0 GPA and Colter J. Ouradnik of Big Stone City, SD. From the School of Business, Chad M. Serocki of Browns Valley with a 4.0 GPA and from the School of Education Michael L. Billiet of Graceville. ADULT PUTTING CONTEST WINNERS - at the 24th annual Arctic Open Golf Tournament, held Saturday, Feb. 15. Dave Ellingson, right, placed first with 15 and second place, Mark Scholber center, width 17. They are shown with tournament manager Darwin arsky in troni of the Arctic Open Hall of Fame at the Penguin Bar and Lounge in Clinton. There were 25 participants in the putting contest. SUN MON TUE WED THU Fill SAT I1 "li ..... " > IE  Fill ,SKI" SUN MONlIJE WEDTHU Fill SAT i I =J[l&__ll is '1 Ill ff li I ,,, [.__A I . cws I ,,,,, L M!IdCWS .L I sAq t SUN MON'I1JE WED'IHU Fill SAT SUN MON11JE WEDTHU Fill SAT SUN MONE   SAT 6: 12: BOS B{] s& s& Ask about our discounted weekend ticket packages including: Friday Rainbow Foods EasySave Four Pack, just $49 Saturday Dairy Queen Family Pack, just $49 Sunday SuperAmerica Kids Day, just $2 1 A L,,,, /' 8 7:05 9 705 I0 11 12 Ii i 1 41CH:3 a/ r' i r' iI2:0 "isa   1 :os '10 Ii 12 I$ 205  15705 NOBLE GAMES Schedule subject to change, Salute Ortonville's School Patrol DURING SCHOOL SAFETY PATROL MONTH...FEBRUARY 48 MEMBERS STRONG FOR 2002-2003 Tyler Adelman Casey Amdt Jacob Berger Courtney Dawald Landon Dybdal Matthew Fellows Benjamin Gere Rachel Gruenwald Jennifer Henrich Jake Henrichs Benjamin Johnson Abigail Knutson Samantha Lindahl Seth Maas Laura Marsotek Kara McLain Ross McLaughlin Trenton Oakes Michael Peterson Dustin Ringsaker Evan Sammon Nickolas Steuart Jillian Wandersee Jeffrey Watson Brittany Welberg Bryant Zahrbock Devin Allen Jennifer Athey Martin Danielson Travis Erickson Sarah Fink-Burns Kenny Folk Brittany Halvorson Dylan Jorgensen Paul Kellen Travis Koplin Joy Kurrasch Cameron Larson Mackenzie Moen Nicole Nelson Ryan Parady Dewon Plemmons Michael Roe Candice Rushford Nathan Scherer Cassaundra Sherod Kayla Teske Brittany Waiters We Are Proud of You Boys and Girls - One and All! STRONG INSURANCE Ortonville, MN 320-839-6118 25, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 3b