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Area news digest MILBANK, SD-The Grant County Public Library announces the opening of Its fourth branch library, "Grant County Mini-Library IV," located on main street Strandburg. The organization and support for this satellite library was initiated by Dee Dee Enquist, the branch librarian at both the Stockholm and new Strandburg locations, Strandburg Mayor and Mrs. Leonard "Mike" Rufer and many dedicated citizens of the Strandburg community. Grant County Mini- Library IV will house between 2,000 and 3,000 books and videos for all ages and has access to the book collection at the main library, according to Grant County Library Director Robin Schrupp. Branch librarians regularly rotate their holdings and will take reserves upon request. The Mini-Library in Strandburg is the fourth such satellite library to be established in the county. The first was opened in May 1982 at Big Stone City, followed closely by a second branch at Revillo in November the same year. Mini-Library II was established in the town of Stockholm in 1991 and was of such benefit to the community that Strandburg also requested one. GLENWOOD-For Rainbow Rider, disaster has been averted...at least for the next three and a half months. Last week both Grant and Traverse Counties rescinded earlier motions to drop out of the Rainbow Rlder Transit System, but have agreed to stay on until June 1. Grant County commissioners were able to work out a compromise with MnDOT representative, Tom Gottfried. He has been working with the Rainbow Rider West Central Multi-County Joint Powers Transit Board, current Rainbow Rider administration and third-party contractor, Angen Transportation Inc., to resolve differences. Grant County commissioners feel there are four points which will have to be met to remain a member of the five-county transit program beyond June. These changes include: a guaranteed minimum bus access in the Grant County; a cap on the maximum local share for which a member can be held responsible; seniors to be allowed to self-dispatch when utilizing the volunteer driver component and that out of project area trips be allowed. Traverse County agreed to delay its attempt to leave Rainbow Rider in an effort to give MnDOT time to provide new proposals directed toward a new service design for new riders. cANBY-In some good news, the Yellow Medicine County Board of Commissioners learned recently that the Department of Natural Resources has issued a permit for the construction of the Lazarus Creek Dam, which would be located near Canby. The permit is good until Jan. 31, 2001, said chairperson, JoAnn Coover. The commissioners hope that the issuance of the permit will help the project gain additional funding from the State Legislature. Coover said that Rep. Marty Seifert has introduced legislation asking the state to provide $1.5 million for the structure. Sen. Charlie Berg is expected to introduce similar legislation in the Senate. APPLETON-The Appleton City Council set the removal of the Mill Pond Dam in motion as they approved bids to at a special meeting Wednesday, Feb. 17. The base bid accepted calls for the removal of the dam, rip rapping in the area, some landscaping near Appleton Farm Chemicals and under the Hering Street bridge. Landwehr Construction of St. Cloud had the lowest bid at $129,180. They will begin demolition within the next two weeks. The Council discussed the project as a whole. The State has granted Appleton $300,000 towards the removal of the dam. Questioned was the time line to utilize the funding. City Clerk Roman Fidler felt that there was at least one year to use the funding and that this will be accomplished. ALL SEED GROWN FROM ORIGINAL FOUNDATION SEED STOCK, ON OUR FARM Big Stone City I ..... Gaii MaxWell, &apos; Phone 839-2207 Hazel Gibson and Ada Herrmann were Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 24th luncheon guests at the Ervin Herrmann home. Lorraine Schnaser and Gladys Brehmer went out to supper Thursday evening, Feb. 25th. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Wirkus and Mr. and Mrs. Wimpy Schmidt all of Marietta were Sunday, Feb. 21st supper guests at the Clifford Christensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Raaf were Thursday afternoon, Feb. 25th coffee guests at the Evelyn Zahnow home. Sunday, Feb. 21st Eldora Nelson, Pearl Pepka, Lula Hagen, and Grace Van Hout went to Northridge to see Florence Trapp. Thursday, Feb. 25th Eldora Nelson and Pearl Pepka went to the St. William's nursing home to see Gladys Ernest. Edna Kamin and Ralph and Lavina's son Donavon Loeschke were supper guests of Ralph and Lavina Loeschke Thursday evening, Feb. 25th. Chuck Pelowski was a Thursday evening supper guest of Elmer and Charlotte Athey and family. Wade and Cindy Van Dover and family went to Westport, SD to visit Wade's family the weekend of Feb. 19th. Cindy attended a baby shower for John Paul Van Dover. Wade Van Dover and Joseph and Wade's father Ken Van Dover I I I I I' Need A Low Interest Home Loan? USDA/Rural Development Office Hours: Ist & 3rd Wednesday each month 9:30-II:30 a.m. in the Farm Service Agency Office in Ortonville. CALL 320-235-5612 FOR MORE INFORMATION Eq Hou Opportuny I I atte-ed the basketball game between Southwest State and Northern State in Marshall on Wednesday, Feb. 17th. Saturday, Feb. 20th visitors of Darlene Barnhardt at Northridge were Tara Reese and Ashley of Fargo, ND, Roger and Marilyn Barnhardt and Leo Barnhardt. Mrs. Steve Bogenrief and son Max from Osakis visited Mrs. Bogenrief's mother Ruth Lauster the weekend of Feb. 20th. Visitors the week of Feb. 21st of Darlene Barnhardt of Northridge were Leo Barnhardt, Rick Barnhardt, Ann Barnhardt and Penny, Vivian Hay, Aaron and Sharon Smith and granddaughter Kaitlyn Smith, Rodney Barnhardt, Roger Barnhardt, Shawn Fredrickson, Lori Smith and Kaltlyn, Robert and Jan Rollins, Bob and Sandy McMahon, Gall Johnson, Custom-Made Frames, Matting & Prints Marilyn Athey, Janice Hinders, Edith Van Lith, Tom and Sandy Rice, Janet Athey from Custer, SD and Robin Tietjen. Monday, Feb. 8th, Bob and Orla started out on a trip with no special destination except south. They spent a couple days with Ellis and Jeanne Brekke in Jefferson City, Me. From there they spent several days chatting, eating and playing cards with Daryl and Virginia Spiering at Stockton, Me. Sunday morning they had breakfast with Tom Brekke in Springfield, Me and dinner that same evening with Charlie and Teresa Brekke in Edmond, OK. After meandering across Texas and New Mexico, they stopped in the Phoenix area. One day they had breakfast with cousins Mary Jo Meyer, Carol Spiering, and Juli Maloney; lunch with cousins Alan and Arlene Syverson; stopped to visit with cousins Doug and Dorothy Wahlquist; and ended the day with dinner with Maye Brekke. Friday Bob and Orla were guests of Bill, Monique and Erica Meissner of Mesa, AZ. Other guests there for a barbecue supper on the patio were Maye Brekke of Mesa, Chuck Miessner of Tucon, AZ, and Ward, Janet and Lexi Gilbert of Tempe, AZ. Big Stone City Round Table Club met on Feb. 23rd at the home of Debbie Wiik with ten members and two guests present. Marieve Paradis, Ortonville's Foreign Exchange Student from Monp-John-Quebec, Canada gave a most interesting presentation on her homeland. Dean and Ramona, Samantha and Sabrina Strege are the host family. The Round Table Club welcomed three new members, Karen McFarlane, Judy Williamson and Roberta Strobel. A delicious lunch was served by our hostess. I School lunch Tuesday, March 2 Breakfast: Peach Slices, Scrambled Eggs, Wheat Toast w/Jelly, 1/2 Pint Milk Lunch: Sliced Turkey On A Bun, Whipped Potatoes/Gravy, Hot Corn, Cranberry Cup, Blue Jello w/Topping, 1/2 Pint Milk Wednesday, March 3 Breakfast: Orange Juice, Cocoa Wheat Cereal, Cinnamon Toast, 1/2 Pint Milk Lunch: Macaroni & Cheese, Mini Corn Dog, Vegetable Sticks/Dip, Oven Hash Browns, Juice Pop (4- 12), Juice Cup (K-3), 1/2 Pint Milk Thursday, March 4 Breakfast: Peach Sauce, Pancakes, Syrup, 1/2 Pint Milk Lunch: Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Chicken Vegetable or Tomato Soup, Crackers, Vegetables/Dip, Orange Slices, 1/2 Pint Milk Friday, Mfii-ch 5 Breakfast: Half of a Banana, Ready to Eat cereal, Toast Sticks, 1/2 Pint Milk Lunch: BBQ On A Bun, Dill Pickles, Oven French Fries, Baked Beans, Pudding Cup, 1/2 Pint Milk Monday, March 8 Breakfast: Pineapple Sauce, Blueberry Muffin, 1/2 Pint Milk Lunch: Ham Patti On A Bun (Grades 5-12), Hot Dog On A Bun (K-4), Baked Cheese Potatoes, Hot Peas or Pea Salad, Swirl Pudding Pop, 1/2 Pint Milk Tuesday, March 9 Breakfast: Apple Juice, Cheese Pizza On A Bun, 1/2 Pint Milk Lunch: Hamburger On A Bun, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion and Pickle Slices, Tator Tots, Applesauce, Peanut Butter Cookie, 1/2 Pint Milk o 15 "A Family Owned Company for over 50 years" Branson Fest March 21 - 29 $479 pp/dbl Meet several Branson performe and get their autographs plus see part of their show at the Brenson Fest Activilies. Also see Jim Stafford, the Oak Ridge Boys and Shoji Tabuchi. Carolinas with the Smokies April 19 - May 1 $1099 ppldbl Nashville, Atlanta, Macon, Savannah, Magnolia Plantation, Fort Sumter Cruise, Carolina Opry, Brookgrn Gardens, Biltmore Estates, Smoky Min Tour, Country To.ire Show and much more. CASINO TOURS Shooting Star Casino - Mahnomen, MN EVERY TUESDAY - Cost is $20 pp Buy $30 - 35 Receive $60 - 70 Royal River Casino - Flandmau. SD EVERY THURSDAY - FREE RIDE Buy $I0 plus $5 bonus with 35 pass. Dakota Marc Casino - Hankirmon. ND EVERY MONDAY-Cost is $3 pp Buy $20 Receive $25 and 50% off buffet Grand Casino - Hinddey. MN WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31 Receive $3 Cost is $5 pp Iowa Gambler May 10-11 Visit Meskwaki Casino and Prairie Meadows Casino Cost is $52 pp dbl. 1-800-288-8246 Rosen news By Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg Mrs. Gene Patterson and Eric Kasuske of Wall, SD spent several days at the Ray Schuelke home. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Radermacher were Sunday, Feb. 21 evening visitors at the Albert Folk home in Milbank. Angle and Emily Kasuske of Avon were weekend guests at the Ray Schuelke home. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Bud Radermacher home were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schmieg and girls of Bloomington and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Radermacher of Ortonville. Mrs. Dennis Rademacher, Mrs. Bryan Anderson and family were weekend guests at the Tim Salmen home in Madison, SD. Ralph Karels and Max Hapka were Saturday, Feb. 20 visitors with Philip Karels at his apartment in Willmar. Mrs. Jeanette Hiepler of Eagen spent Thursday until Saturday visiting at the Lawrence Millerbernd home. Saturday evening visitors at the M.J. Kirchberg home were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brehmer and Eric, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kirchberg, Jon and Nicole. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff LaCanne and Trent of Windom spent several days at , the John Adelman home. Mrs. John Adelman, Mrs. Jeff LaCanne and Trent and Monica Adelman spent the Feb. 20 weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pat Richter and family in Bismarck, ND. Jerome Radermacher of Willmar was a Sunday visitors at the Roger Karels home. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rademacher, Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Radermacher, Jerome Rademacher and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Karels were among Sunday, Feb. 21 afternoon guests at the Loran Rademacher home in rural Milbank. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schmieg, Hannah and Emily of Bloomington were weekend guests at the Manfred Krakow home. Additional Saturday visitors were Kurt Dagel of Brookings, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Krakow and family of Strandburg, SD. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Karels, Blaine and Kayla of Breckenridge were weekend guests at the Raymond Karels home. Mrs. Andy Lagerd and Jonathon were Saturday evening visitors. Sunday afternoon visitors and I supper guests were Jerry Karels and sons of Big Stone, Mrs. Pauline Karels and family, Brad Karels, Lindsay Homan and Brandon of Ortonville. Mr. and Mrs. Nyland Larson and John, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Larson spent the weekend at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Brad Larson and family in Hosmer, SD. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Volkenant were Sunday, Feb. 21 afternoon visitors and supper guests at the Mrs. Cecelia Paul home in Ortonville. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adelman of Rapid City, were Sunday, Feb. 21 supper and evening guests at the Jerry Adelman home. Steve Millerbernd of St. Cloud spent the weekend at the home of his parents Lester Millerbernds. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbernd took her mother Mrs. Florence Juergens to her home in Shakopee after she had spent several weeks at their home. Bob Vincent of White Bear Lake and Mrs. Evelyn Vincent of St. Paul were Friday until Saturday, Feb. 21 visitors at the home of Mrs. Rose Karels. On Saturday Mrs. Tom Karels of Odessa, Mrs. Evelyn Vincent and Mrs. Rose Karels visited with Sister Jone and Sister Genevieve in Milbank. Jennifer Strei of Sioux Falls spent Sunday until Tuesday, Feb. 23 at the home of her mother Mrs. Joan Strei. Feb. 20 weekend guests at the Joe Spors home were Tom and Brian Spors of Hutchinson, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Spors and Emma Kristine of Bingham Lake. An open house held at St. Joseph's afternoon, Feb. 21, 1999 Emma Kristine dau Mrs. Kevin Spors. Weeding UM dean's Stacy Weeding, and Janet Weeding of been named to the Minnesota's College Sciences dean's list for Stacy, a 1996 and is a junior in the College of Biolo majoring in Biology. New g Schellberg, Steven Hormann parents, Jodi and the birth of a boy, Feb. 26, 1999. He oz. and was 21 inches Grandparents are Margie Hormann of Schellberg and the Schellberg of grandparents are Wheaten, and Carl of Big Stone City, SD. <\