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ISsgc If tme a 7e ten enS00 n The Ortonville boys g;lf team CHER EYES THE PIN during practice for the boys oys will host a meet next Monday, beginning ill host theirs the following day at 11 a.m.  named Radermacher 'iDean I,st admitted to .US!ness College Southwest State , 7"YnJ a Thomson, a i_ ! Ortonville High Tiffany Radermacher, daughter of U-ghter of Linda Glen and LuAnn Radermacher of .e Dean's List at Bellingham, has been accepted for College for the the Fall 2002 semester at Southwest State University in Marshall. Oiled in the Her planned major field of study is accounting. opened their season with a scrimmage on Tuesday, April 16 at home vs. Monte and CACGB. Matt Pfingsten fired a one under par 35 to lead the Trojans. Pete Ross followed with 39, Tanner Radermacher 40 and Ross Wiegman notched a 41. Eighth graders Aaron Zehringer and Alex Dawald posted rounds of 42 and 44. Travis Ninneman in his first year of high school golf shot a 43, while sophomore Corey Tollefson and freshman Dan Larson had 45s. Thursday, April 18, the Trojans competed in the Monte Invite. The Trojans team score of 329 put us in fourth place at day's end. Marshall and NLS scored 320 and Minnewaska shot 328 for third. Matt Pfingsten contin- ued his excellent play firing a two over par 74 to win medalist honors, Pete had 83, Ross and Alex had 86's to complete our low four scores of the day. Monday, April 15, the Trojans host- ed a junior high meet. The young Trojans posted an impressive team score of 163. Aaron Zehringer's 39 was the IOW score of day, followed by Dan Larson with a 40, Alex Dawald was third with 41 and Jordan Zehringer fourth at 43. Craig Bohlman and Ryan Kelly hand notable of scores of 46 and 49 respectively for the Trojans. Saturday, April 20, the Trojans traveled to Minnewaska, finishing in fourth place with a team score of 333. Minnewaska was the team champ shooting a 326 score, Redwood Valley was second at 327 and Melrose third at 328. Individually, Matt Pfingsten tied for second place firing a 77, Pete Ross posted a 79, Alex Dawald 85 and Tanner Radermacher and Aaron Zehringer 92's. On Tuesday, the team travels to Graceville for a dual meet, Thursday, back at Graceville for a conference meet and Saturday, they play at Izatys in the Onamia Invite. Kennedy votes for permanent tax relief Congressman Mark Kennedy voted today in support of making the tax relief enacted last year permanent, saving American taxpayers from a large tax increase in 2011. The bill passed the House of 00lqt and Directory Bool(s Lac qui Parle, Traverse, Swift, Grant and Roberts Counties ONLY 17 99 PLUS TAX New 2002 Big Stone County Books HAVE fiRRIVED! AVAILABLE AT THE RTONVILLE 29 NW SECOND STREET . ORTONVILLE, MN 56278 PHONE 39-0-839-6163 :i!i KENDRA KOCH prepares to throw the shot put in a recent Ortonville High School track meet." The teams area back in action this week, hosting a meet this afternoon, Tuesday April 23, beginning at 4:30 p.m. Representatives by a vote of 229-198. "The historic tax relief we passed last year, strengthened families by eliminating the marriage tax penalty and doubling the per child tax credit," said Congressman Kennedy. "Today's Action makes that relief permanent." The bill repeals Title IX of H.R. 1836, the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001, which "sunsets" tax relief provisions after 20 t 0. "Today's vote prevents a tax increase on all taxpayers by making last year's tax relief law permanent by striking the Senate's December 31, 2010 sunset," said Congressman Kennedy. "Millions of American families will now be able to keep their hard-earned money and plan for the future." AHPC project at power plant on schedule Last year the United States Department of Energy granted 49 percent funding for Big Stone Plant's $13.4 million Advanced Hybrid Particulate Collector. The AHPC, which will be installed in September, will make Big Stone Plant a world leader in particulate emission controls. Nearly all of the contract rep,,aratmn work is complete etween Big Stone and the DOE. "Fabrication of some of the longer- lead items will ,begin shortly in Welser, Austria,' says Big Stone Plant Manager Jeff Endrizzi. The Advanced Hybrid Particulate Collector's cutting-edge technology will enable the new emission system to remove 99.99 percent or more of fine particulates from the flue gas stream at Big Stone Plant. "This will help boost the image of Big Stone and other coal-burning plants," says Endrizzi. "A year and a half of testing with a pilot unit shows that the new system is highly effective." The AHPC was invented at the University of North Dakota's Energy and Environmental Research Center. It combines characteristics of a conventional precipitator with specially designed fabric filter bags for a more effective and lower-cost option for fine-particulate control. Baby shower set for Madison Rae An open house baby shower for Madison Rae, infant daughter of Liane Hamann and Steve Lafove, will be held May 4 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the home of Ray and Irene Hamann, two miles north of Ortonville on Hwy. 75. Happenings By Bob Dybvig I have started my thirteenth year at the golf course. The park department has been reorganized and is now under the street department. Most plantings at the golf course have come through the winter in good shape with the exception of deer damage to some of the young trees. Three of the five 'Discovery' Elms that were planted two years ago were partially debarked. Hopefully they will survive. The deer are also consuming some of the tulips as they come up. We will be planting five 'Cathedral' Elms at the golf course this spring. This is a cross of Japanese and Siberian Elm. It is very resistant to the Dutch Elm disease. Tulips and daffodils should be fertilized as they come up or while the tops are still green. Cut the spent flowers as this will allow them to store energy for the next years bloom. This is also advisable for lilies, daylilies, and peonies. Peonies become very unsightly if the seedheads are left on. Spring is a good time to seed a lawn. It should be done from the middle of April to the middle of May. Keep the seed moist until it germinates and continue to water as needed, A starter fertilizer is also recommended. As I have stated in the past...for the established lawn...if the weather is hot and dry, raise the cutting height to 2 1/2 to three ...... inches. Several of the vegetables can be Dybvig planted as early as the soil can be worked. Peas, carrots, onions, and of course potatoes can all be planted early. For a good crop of large onions the plants work out best. Wait until the soil temperatures warm to plant beans, sweet corn, tomatoes, peppers, squash, and melons. The demonstration rose garden came through the winter in good shape. It will need some pruning of broken branches and also pruning to shape, some of the bushes, Normally they get fertilized and they will need the equivalent (f )ne inch of rain a week during the growing season. Have a great spring. True Minnesota. Some things are distinctly Minnesotan -- like Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, recognized for delivering quality health care plans for nearly 70 years. That's why more MinnesOtans choose Blue Cross than any other plan. Call me for individual or group plans or plans that work with Medicare ' Tom Oakes Agent 40 NW 2nd Street Ortonville, HN 56278 320-839-2118 or 800-630-4978 BlueCross BlueShield of Minnesota Open House to celebrate the completion of our parish center and new parsonage Saturday, IV'lay 2002 '2.00 to .00 tOJl ~ Even4one wecome St. John's Catholic Church 421 Madison Avenue Ortonville, Minnesota I INDEPENDENT Page 9