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'IOHS Seniors on parade conservationC°nservati°nOOh°larships forBig StoneDistrictSOil andandCamPtheWaterBig E ged ,L '  ' - Stone County Pheasants Forever Chapter have made two scholarships available to attend the Long Lake  Junior Naturalist Conservation Camp For Youth, Ages 13-15 The camp is located at the Long Lake Conservation Center near ..... Palisade. Camp dates are July 13-18, ..... ? .....  2003. The scholarships will pay for the registration fee of $335. Transportation is the responsibility of the recipient. Long Lake Conservation Center's mission is to promote wise use of natural resources by making students   aware of the interdependence of .... humans and the environment. On 760 .... acres of upland woods, lake, and ecologically-rich bog, campers Mr. and Mrs. David DANIELLE ROSE ATHEY, MEGAN SENA STREI, the ROBERT KARELS is the ALEX JOHNSON is the son LACY RONGLIEN is the experience nature first-hand with the Ortonville announce who is the daughter of Rod and daughter of Robert and Sharon son of Francis and Carol of Bob Johnson and Pat and daughter of Mark and Arloa guidance of professional naturalists, of their daughter, Kathy Athey has been listed on Strel, has been active in Band, Karels. He has been active in LIz Ketz. He has been active In Rongllen. She has been active the Honor Rollthroughout high Pep Band, Football Track, and enjoys playing bus- Concert Choir, Basketball, in Volleyball, Junior Olympic They may encounter blue-spotted Haggerty, son of Mr. school. She participated in Cheerleading, Basketball ketball with his friends. He Hockey, and Horseshoes. He Volleyball, Chorus, Ensemble salamanders or green darner HaggertyofBig Volleyball 7-10 grades, was Cheerleading, and oftball. also likes to work on pick-ups was voted Homecoming atten- and was in Band 6-10 grades, dragonflies, red-bellied snakes or Kristin is attending' active in Key Club, Women's She also participated .l Drama, or anything in the shop. He danthlsjunloryear, andSprlng She was voted 2002 white-tailed deer. Skills lessons State University it Choir, Concert Choir, Prom Choir, Volleyball, Band con- has been listed on the Honor Fling king as a senior. Alex Homecoming Queen, Committee, Ensemble, tests, and Student Council. Roll, and received a letter in has received superior ratings Homecoming attendant in include archery, orienteering, majoring in Animal Yearbook Staff, FLA, and Peer She has received the academic Track. Robert has been for vocal duets and solos at ninth grade, lettered In volley- canoeing, and more. She is currently Tutoring. She was a Cornfest award aswell as letters in foot- music contests, and has candidate as well as a senior ball cheerleading, basketball employed with Progressive ball, and was named Volleyball Brochures and applications are SDSU Horse Unit, Spring Fling Candidate. cheerleading, softball and vol- wasCOllision15 yearsandold.GlaSSAfterSinCegradu-he awards.received numeroUSDuring highh°rsesh°eschool, captain.Lacy has Duringbeen employedhigh schoOl,with available at the school or student manager. Danlelle has been employed leyball. She was named as an conservation district office. You can DJ is also attending with Dairy Queen, Bills Super All-Conference Softball Player, ation, Robert plans to attend Alex was employed at Pepsi, Northridge and Macdaddy's. Valu, andhas helped at Lorl and has received the Pep Band WYOTech for Bill's Super Valu, Superior She has also worked as a life- also check out their website at State University, C o I I i s i o n / R e f i n i s h i n g Industries, Rustling Elms guard and is currently enrolled www.llcc.org. Applications are due in Agricultural En Sherod's Daycare. Her best Award. Megan has workedat Technology. Resort, and Northland Pork. In EMTclasses. After gradua- the Big Stone Soil and Water He is em memories of high school are Dairy Queen for three years. Alex will be attending St. Cloud tion, Lacy Intends to attend spending time with all of her Her favorite high school mem- Technical College for Machine college In Fergus Falls to get Conservation District office at 342 Brookings. friends, prom, and the last ory was pitching a perfect soft- ToolTechnology. her RN degree. NW 2nd Street, Ortonville MN Both reside in Christmas party at Econo ball game against CGB as a Lodge, After graduation, junior. After graduating, 56278 by May 1, 2003. The wedding will Danlelle will be attending Lake Megan will be attending 2003 at Eidskog Area Technical Institute in Minnesota State University in The Dixieland also received an Ortonville. Watertown to become a Moorhead, majoring in Art excellent rating, as well as tenor six MedlcalAsslstant. Education. players Alyssa Adelman and Sally Board asks pet owners Helgeson for their tenor sax duet. Ch k 0 Park Superior rating recipients were ec ut clarinet soloists Celine Alfano, Amanda Maas and Kelsey Watkins, H[GH to be respons,ble for pets flute players KarinAnderson, Laurabaritone Wallet_S1)l Brown, Jennifer Maas and Sally SCHOOL Helgeson, sax player llottltded Christopher Fellows, and trumpet SEN corners q15€ As spring arrives, pet-owners will Ortonville City Ordinance 91.07 Pet waste that unexp.ectedly soloistAmy Jo Smith. have their pets outside more often, (C) states "The owner of any animal appears on private property is not a Ensembles receiving superior rat- and for longer periods of time. The or person having the custody or con- nice surprise. People use and care for ings were a Miscellaneous Woodwind reg. price 50€ Ortonville Park Board urges pet-own- trol of any animal shall be responsible their yards, and stepping in, or clean- Ensemble of Celine Aifano and Laura ers to be responsible for their pets. for cleaning up any feces of the ani- ing up after another person's pet feces Brown, and a Clarinet Ensemble con- You must have At a recent Park Board meeting, mal and disposing of the feces in a is not a pleasant experience, sisting of Alyssa Adeiman, Leah the Board discussed phone calls that sanitary manner whether on their own The Ortonville Police Department McLaughlin, Kristen Reisdorph and Enlar, had been made regarding pet-owners property, on the property of others or will enforce this ordinance. Kelsey Watkins. allowing their pets to do their duty in on public property". According to Ortonville Police Chief The OHS music department con- 8x10 $4 50 • public areas and private yards. These The Park Board reminds pet-own- Curt Hormann, the police department gratulates all contest participants on pet-owners have not cleaned up their ers to carry a plastic bag when they does address pet complaints brought their fine performances. DL Photo pets' waste, leaving it for others to are out with their pets. Although it is to their attention. Pet-owners may be deal with. natural for pets to have to "go" while fined if caught not cleaning up after Problems concerning pet waste their pet has relieved itself... 1-Hour Photo Processingt have been common in Ortonville City outside, the Board asks pet-owners to Additional pet problems include ' ] 1  I I_i l/,la,D' Parks, around the Golf Course, and respect property owners and other res- continual barking and pets that are 11 307 Main St., Milb the boulevards surrounding these idents who may be using the premis- running loose. It is unlawful for aper-  432"5222 areas, es. son to keep a dog that barks for repeated intervals of at least five min utes, with less that one minute of t heltat ra • habitual, barking, police office W o Animal Control Officers may Seize the dog. Pet owners who allow their pets to wander freely should be aware that there are ordinances concerning dam- age to property and danger to the health and safety of the city. It is unlawful for any person's pet *Bali Clmliit is lip to damage any lawn, garden, or other property whether or not the owner has knowledge of the damage. Pet own- ers may be responsible for the repair i • lIo Income Check or replacement of any property dam- aged by their pet. ..... ..... Any pet who poses iminent harm to the health and safety of a person can be destroyed by that person or an officer in a humane manner. Pet-own- ers may incur the costs of medical treatment for any person their pet has injured. Anyone owning a pet that may be harmful to another person, or person's property, is asked to take pre- cautions to keep that pet from harm- ing anything. i While it is important to allow pets If Your Vehicle time outside during nice weather, the Ortonville Park Board and the Ortonville Police Department encour- IS BeniOut of Shape age pet-owners be responsible for • • • their pets, so that no harm is done to the pets, pet-owners, or others. OHS students awarded high ratings at ,,   GaS Engine music OHS music students traveled to Benson on March 29 to participate in ,HSa. the Region 3 Music Contests. From Ortonville, 31 musicians lorden Roggenbuck at a recent wrestling meet. entered the contests. 20 participants were awarded superior ratings, and 11 i or received excellent honors. ing i1 to Progress ve Vocal soloists receiving excellent ratings were Alyssa Adelman, Sharon Bemis, Sally Helgeson, Stephanie t" ~ Complete Auto Body & Glass Center ~ Schuelke and Kelly Thymian. Those & who received superior vocal solo rat- . Certified Glass Specialists • Free Estimates ings were Cassidy Anderson, Emily ........ • Largest In-Stock Windshield • 100% Customer Satisfaction Dragseth, Alex Johnson, Julia Nelson, Inventory Kristen Reisdorph and Stacy ..... ..... We'll handle the insurance work/ wiegman. Cassidy Anderson and Alex P_ROGRESSlVE Johnson received a superior rating for their vocal duet, Fantasia and Serendipity. COLLISION & GLASS CENTER, INC. I, the instrumental category, excellent ratings were awarded to .... .... Steve and Linda Roggenbuck soloists Aaron Adelman on trombone, 109 SE 2nd Street • Ortonville, MN 56278 • (320) 839-2255 Alyssa Adelman on Clarinet, Nicole Pfleger and Megan Croatt on flute. .... Page 6  INDEPENDENT Tu 'IOHS Seniors on parade conservationC°nservati°nOOh°larships forBig StoneDistrictSOil andandCamPtheWaterBig E ged ,L '  ' - Stone County Pheasants Forever Chapter have made two scholarships available to attend the Long Lake  Junior Naturalist Conservation Camp For Youth, Ages 13-15 The camp is located at the Long Lake Conservation Center near ..... Palisade. Camp dates are July 13-18, ..... ? .....  2003. The scholarships will pay for the registration fee of $335. Transportation is the responsibility of the recipient. Long Lake Conservation Center's mission is to promote wise use of natural resources by making students   aware of the interdependence of .... humans and the environment. On 760 .... acres of upland woods, lake, and ecologically-rich bog, campers Mr. and Mrs. David DANIELLE ROSE ATHEY, MEGAN SENA STREI, the ROBERT KARELS is the ALEX JOHNSON is the son LACY RONGLIEN is the experience nature first-hand with the Ortonville announce who is the daughter of Rod and daughter of Robert and Sharon son of Francis and Carol of Bob Johnson and Pat and daughter of Mark and Arloa guidance of professional naturalists, of their daughter, Kathy Athey has been listed on Strel, has been active in Band, Karels. He has been active in LIz Ketz. He has been active In Rongllen. She has been active the Honor Rollthroughout high Pep Band, Football Track, and enjoys playing bus- Concert Choir, Basketball, in Volleyball, Junior Olympic They may encounter blue-spotted Haggerty, son of Mr. school. She participated in Cheerleading, Basketball ketball with his friends. He Hockey, and Horseshoes. He Volleyball, Chorus, Ensemble salamanders or green darner HaggertyofBig Volleyball 7-10 grades, was Cheerleading, and oftball. also likes to work on pick-ups was voted Homecoming atten- and was in Band 6-10 grades, dragonflies, red-bellied snakes or Kristin is attending' active in Key Club, Women's She also participated .l Drama, or anything in the shop. He danthlsjunloryear, andSprlng She was voted 2002 white-tailed deer. Skills lessons State University it Choir, Concert Choir, Prom Choir, Volleyball, Band con- has been listed on the Honor Fling king as a senior. Alex Homecoming Queen, Committee, Ensemble, tests, and Student Council. Roll, and received a letter in has received superior ratings Homecoming attendant in include archery, orienteering, majoring in Animal Yearbook Staff, FLA, and Peer She has received the academic Track. Robert has been for vocal duets and solos at ninth grade, lettered In volley- canoeing, and more. She is currently Tutoring. She was a Cornfest award aswell as letters in foot- music contests, and has candidate as well as a senior ball cheerleading, basketball employed with Progressive ball, and was named Volleyball Brochures and applications are SDSU Horse Unit, Spring Fling Candidate. cheerleading, softball and vol- wasCOllision15 yearsandold.GlaSSAfterSinCegradu-he awards.received numeroUSDuring highh°rsesh°eschool, captain.Lacy has Duringbeen employedhigh schoOl,with available at the school or student manager. Danlelle has been employed leyball. She was named as an conservation district office. You can DJ is also attending with Dairy Queen, Bills Super All-Conference Softball Player, ation, Robert plans to attend Alex was employed at Pepsi, Northridge and Macdaddy's. Valu, andhas helped at Lorl and has received the Pep Band WYOTech for Bill's Super Valu, Superior She has also worked as a life- also check out their website at State University, C o I I i s i o n / R e f i n i s h i n g Industries, Rustling Elms guard and is currently enrolled www.llcc.org. Applications are due in Agricultural En Sherod's Daycare. Her best Award. Megan has workedat Technology. Resort, and Northland Pork. In EMTclasses. After gradua- the Big Stone Soil and Water He is em memories of high school are Dairy Queen for three years. Alex will be attending St. Cloud tion, Lacy Intends to attend spending time with all of her Her favorite high school mem- Technical College for Machine college In Fergus Falls to get Conservation District office at 342 Brookings. friends, prom, and the last ory was pitching a perfect soft- ToolTechnology. her RN degree. NW 2nd Street, Ortonville MN Both reside in Christmas party at Econo ball game against CGB as a Lodge, After graduation, junior. After graduating, 56278 by May 1, 2003. The wedding will Danlelle will be attending Lake Megan will be attending 2003 at Eidskog Area Technical Institute in Minnesota State University in The Dixieland also received an Ortonville. Watertown to become a Moorhead, majoring in Art excellent rating, as well as tenor six MedlcalAsslstant. Education. players Alyssa Adelman and Sally Board asks pet owners Helgeson for their tenor sax duet. Ch k 0 Park Superior rating recipients were ec ut clarinet soloists Celine Alfano, Amanda Maas and Kelsey Watkins, H[GH to be respons,ble for pets flute players KarinAnderson, Laurabaritone Wallet_S1)l Brown, Jennifer Maas and Sally SCHOOL Helgeson, sax player llottltded Christopher Fellows, and trumpet SEN corners q15€ As spring arrives, pet-owners will Ortonville City Ordinance 91.07 Pet waste that unexp.ectedly soloistAmy Jo Smith. have their pets outside more often, (C) states "The owner of any animal appears on private property is not a Ensembles receiving superior rat- and for longer periods of time. The or person having the custody or con- nice surprise. People use and care for ings were a Miscellaneous Woodwind reg. price 50€ Ortonville Park Board urges pet-own- trol of any animal shall be responsible their yards, and stepping in, or clean- Ensemble of Celine Aifano and Laura ers to be responsible for their pets. for cleaning up any feces of the ani- ing up after another person's pet feces Brown, and a Clarinet Ensemble con- You must have At a recent Park Board meeting, mal and disposing of the feces in a is not a pleasant experience, sisting of Alyssa Adeiman, Leah the Board discussed phone calls that sanitary manner whether on their own The Ortonville Police Department McLaughlin, Kristen Reisdorph and Enlar, had been made regarding pet-owners property, on the property of others or will enforce this ordinance. Kelsey Watkins. allowing their pets to do their duty in on public property". According to Ortonville Police Chief The OHS music department con- 8x10 $4 50 • public areas and private yards. These The Park Board reminds pet-own- Curt Hormann, the police department gratulates all contest participants on pet-owners have not cleaned up their ers to carry a plastic bag when they does address pet complaints brought their fine performances. DL Photo pets' waste, leaving it for others to are out with their pets. Although it is to their attention. Pet-owners may be deal with. natural for pets to have to "go" while fined if caught not cleaning up after Problems concerning pet waste their pet has relieved itself... 1-Hour Photo Processingt have been common in Ortonville City outside, the Board asks pet-owners to Additional pet problems include ' ] 1  I I_i l/,la,D' Parks, around the Golf Course, and respect property owners and other res- continual barking and pets that are 11 307 Main St., Milb the boulevards surrounding these idents who may be using the premis- running loose. It is unlawful for aper-  432"5222 areas, es. son to keep a dog that barks for repeated intervals of at least five min utes, with less that one minute of t heltat ra • habitual, barking, police office W o Animal Control Officers may Seize the dog. Pet owners who allow their pets to wander freely should be aware that there are ordinances concerning dam- age to property and danger to the health and safety of the city. It is unlawful for any person's pet *Bali Clmliit is lip to damage any lawn, garden, or other property whether or not the owner has knowledge of the damage. Pet own- ers may be responsible for the repair i • lIo Income Check or replacement of any property dam- aged by their pet. ..... ..... Any pet who poses iminent harm to the health and safety of a person can be destroyed by that person or an officer in a humane manner. Pet-own- ers may incur the costs of medical treatment for any person their pet has injured. Anyone owning a pet that may be harmful to another person, or person's property, is asked to take pre- cautions to keep that pet from harm- ing anything. i While it is important to allow pets If Your Vehicle time outside during nice weather, the Ortonville Park Board and the Ortonville Police Department encour- IS BeniOut of Shape age pet-owners be responsible for • • • their pets, so that no harm is done to the pets, pet-owners, or others. OHS students awarded high ratings at ,,   GaS Engine music OHS music students traveled to Benson on March 29 to participate in ,HSa. the Region 3 Music Contests. From Ortonville, 31 musicians lorden Roggenbuck at a recent wrestling meet. entered the contests. 20 participants were awarded superior ratings, and 11 i or received excellent honors. ing i1 to Progress ve Vocal soloists receiving excellent ratings were Alyssa Adelman, Sharon Bemis, Sally Helgeson, Stephanie t" ~ Complete Auto Body & Glass Center ~ Schuelke and Kelly Thymian. Those & who received superior vocal solo rat- . Certified Glass Specialists • Free Estimates ings were Cassidy Anderson, Emily ........ • Largest In-Stock Windshield • 100% Customer Satisfaction Dragseth, Alex Johnson, Julia Nelson, Inventory Kristen Reisdorph and Stacy ..... ..... We'll handle the insurance work/ wiegman. Cassidy Anderson and Alex P_ROGRESSlVE Johnson received a superior rating for their vocal duet, Fantasia and Serendipity. COLLISION & GLASS CENTER, INC. I, the instrumental category, excellent ratings were awarded to .... .... Steve and Linda Roggenbuck soloists Aaron Adelman on trombone, 109 SE 2nd Street • Ortonville, MN 56278 • (320) 839-2255 Alyssa Adelman on Clarinet, Nicole Pfleger and Megan Croatt on flute. .... Page 6  INDEPENDENT Tu