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i BRAVING THE WINDS on Sunday were anglers Eric Carlson, son of Dan and Kim Carlson, and Chad Spors, son of Teri and Anthony Spors, all of Big Stone City, SD. Regular and 3-day pheasant seasons set South Dakota's regular and three- day resident-only pheasant seasons have been set with no changes from last year. For the regular season, Unit 1 will be open Oct. 18 - Dec. 31. Unit 2 will be open Oct. 18 - 26. Sand Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Brown County and Renziehausen Game Production Area and Refuge in Brown/Marshall counties are open the day after the close of the refuge firearms deer season, (Dec. 8 - Dec. 31). Lacreek National Wildlife Refuge in Bennett County is open from Oct. 18 - Dec. 31. Unit 2 (all areas not in Unit 1 ) includes the counties of Butte, Meade, Lawrence and the por- tion of Pennington west of the Cheyenne River. The regular season daily limit for pheasants is three roosters, with a pos- session limit of 15 roosters taken according to the daily limit. Shooting hours are noon (CDT) to sunset through OCt. 25, and after that from 10 a.m. (CST) to sunset. The resident-only pheasant season will be open for three-consecutive days beginning the second Saturday in October. Specific dates are Oct. 11- 13. Hunting is open statewide these three days on public hunting lands only. Public lands included are GFP land that is owned, managed or leased by the department and is normally open to public hunting, Walk-in Areas that the department leases, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Waterfowl Production Areas, Army Corps of Engineers land adjacent to the Missouri River, Forest Service National Grasslands, and Bureau of Reclamation land will be open to pub- Are you ready? If a state-sanctioned casino opens in the Twin Cities, then counties, bars, restaurants and others will demand their own slot machines. That means Minnesotans will have to fight to prevent gambling in every neighborhood across the state. Who Wins Then? Go to highstakesmn.org to urge legislators 'l /# to vote "NO" on gambling expansion. I 200.1 Chew S10 - $16,500 4 WD, PW, PL, CD, 21,000 Miles 2001 GMC Sierra SLE - $25,500 PW, PL, CD, 6 Itr V8, 32,000 Miles Call today! (3Z0) 839-7197 or 839-1911 PRO AUTO Kevin Backstrand MN DLR 2 2 IO9 Ortonville, MN I I I I lic hunting. Only those public road rights-of-way adjacent to public hunt- ing areas open to hunting will be open to hunting for this early 3-day season. The 3-day season daily limit is three rooster pheasants with a posses- sion limit of nine taken according to the daily limit. Shooting hours are from noon till sunset daily. Anglers reminded to check regs before 2003 fishing o Minnesota's Department of Natural Resources reminds anglers to take a moment to review the 2003 Fishing Regulations before the inland fishing season opens on May 10. Regulations booklets include spe- cial and experimental regulations, regulations changes, and new infor- mation about exotic species, catch and release and fish identification. "We made a number of changes this year and anglers need to make sure they are aware of the regulations before they fish," said Linda Erickson-Eastwood, program manag- er for the DNR Division of Fisheries. "Besides that, the regulation book contains excellent information to help anglers protect their resource and enjoy their time on the water." Special or experimental regula- tions new this year include Annie Battle Lake (Otter Tail County), Bass Lake (Todd County), Cedar Lake (Morrison County), Mink Lake (Wright County), Pimushe Lake (Beltrami County), Big and Little Pine (Otter Tail County), Somers Lake (Wright County), Steiger Lake (Carver County) and Zumbro River (Wabasha County). In addition, new northern pike regulations are in effect on 66 lakes and one stream. Special and experimental regula- tions are summarized on pages 27-42 in the regulations booklet. New regu- lations are signified with a pointing National Day of Prayer Church, 605 N. Minnesota St., OrtonviUe.) The Ortonville Kiwanis Club is sponsoring this event, which is open to everyone who would like to attend. Breakfast will be served at 6:30 a.m. and the program speaker will be David Mclver who is the General Theme for this year's National Day of Prayer is Righteousness Exalts A Nation. The National Day of Prayer will be observed in the Big Stone Lake area with the 8th Annual Kiwanis Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, May 1 at the New Life Center (New Life Community Baptist Milbank Valley Archers League Valley Archers 300 League March 14, 2003 Results Archer  Score X's Arnie Veen Ronn McDaniel Optometry 299 50 Ran Flottmeyer O'L Mill Meats 299 50 Bob Zahnow Larry's Refrigeration 298 40 Scott Meyer Valley Liquor 297 45 Pam Amberg Tyler Compute r 295 26 Mike Hartman Food-N-Fuel 293 36 Scott Dahle Hardee's 293 31 Jim Cloos Randy Doctor Const. 293 24 Dwight Peschong UPI Petroteum ..... 292 25 LeRoy Capp D.A. Archery 287 27 Tim Ward Last of the Fast Guns 284 23 Verlan "Pierce Hanson Furniture 281 20 Joe Sable The Flower Shoppe 281 17 Mark Keeton Dakota Granite 279 14 Bryan Lambrechts Subway 274 t 8 Kate Capp Top Hat Lanes 273 12 Stacy Haman Twin Valley Tire 271 14 Bill Welder Hardware Hank 262 21 Cheryl Meyer Fisher Repair 259 12 Sue Welder Ron's Equipment Painting 227 7 Dave Cizadlo Zem's Appliance 222 6 Richard Boehnke Rogers Electric 222 3 Mark Veen Milbank Lumber 220 8 Nadine Hartman Grant County Implement 220 5 Perfect score is 300 with 60 X's Winners of the 4-H sponsorship awards for the week are: Tyler Thyne Subway Silas Magilke Subway Jorge Wieting Hardee's Laramie Peiker Thunder Alley The Valley Archers would like to thank the Grant County Review, Ortonville Independent, and KMSD/KPHR for publishing and airing these results. Jim Cloos 432-4685 SuccESS! i Interested in Operating Your Own Auto Parts Store? Call Dave Bock at (800) 899-6528, ext. 3809 for equity investment requirements. I ilillill ' I IfTI liniliti i:li'ilillJ rlllf'l'll: Ill ii [il,l!l I i Jill I I ;lll I!,"I11 i 1,1 iili P=I 71 South, Sebeka, IN 56477 1-800-879-2284 Weekend Getaway BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE Stay one weekend night @ $129 and your second night is on usl Located on 1-394 and Hwy 100, just minutes from downtown and Mall of America. Pool, Jacuzzi & sauna DOUBLETKEE" HOTEL MtOINIAa l*, v.iI al, $129" Free parking For rmervations call 1-800-222-TREE or  ho.d.!rKty  952-542-8600 and ask [or   .%,:'"' 1500 Park Place Bird Minneapolis, MN 55416 ' O1 valid  Fridmr- sunday  m'   /ak, Ihr.9/30/03 Umil m, oilobili; ,#n marldiam may atmlv Ik tdum d'lo= and amluil r'a ....tP nt Y  s m  s,  -"-" *- -- " to r.*alh* .*:. [el 2003 H,I I'i,illy, . finger. Unless specifically mentioned, all other general regulations, seasons, limits, border water regulations, pos- session and transportation regulations apply to waters with special and experimental regulations. Statewide regulations will now apply for Bavaria Lake (Carver County), where special regulations governed largemouth bass and Platte Lake (Crow Wing/Morrison counties) where special regulations governed northern pike. Statewide regulations are found beginning on page 17 of the fishing regulations booklet. New statewide bag limits on crap- pie, sunfish, lake trout and catfish officially begin May 10. The lake trout bag limit change does not apply to Lake Superior and its tributaries up to the posted boundary. However, the crappie and lake trout bag limit changes do apply to the Canadian bor- der waters. The changes are in response to extensive biological analysis and public input on the state's game fish limits. Most Minnesota game fish limits have remained unchanged for the last 40 to 70 years, yet fishing pressure and technology have increased dramatically during that time. Anglers should also note the spe- cial regulations affecting treaty lakes and Mille Lacs Lake, which are not listed in the 2003 regulations booklet. These regulations will be announced in the media, posted site, and posted at on the affected I where waters might treaty regulations can ning on page 25 of the l tions booklet. A brochure lake regulations will bc from the DNR St. Paul by calling toll free 6367). The information available from local in the treaty area. NeW tions go into effect opener May 10. The summer trout regulation for the i ed section of the Middle Whitewater ties one-quarter mile County Road 107 source) is still in dentally Additional changes lations are listed on Fishing wherever fishing Fishing licenses on sale now at any Electronic License located throu are also available www.dnr.state.mn.us or 888-665-4236. Manager for Praise FM Radio 101.5. The breakfast will conclude in time for everyone to be at his or her places of employment by 8:00 a.m. Everyone is encouraged to attend in his or her regular work clothes. The minimal charge of $5.00 covers the meal and event expenses. Tickets are available from any Kiwanis member or you may call 320- 839-3440 for more information. Coming events O.A.H.S Auxiliary will once again be having their annual pie social, it will be held at Northridge on Friday, May 16th from 2 to 4 p.m. It will be held in conjunction with the 25th anniversary of Northridge (1978- 2003). There will be door prizes, music, and of course the pie. The cost will be as in the past $2 a slice, and all the coffee you can drink. Come join us and take a nostalgic Kin00 visit vet c The Auxiliary t.o Veterinary Medical sponsoring National May 4-10. The theme event is "Pets Make Kindergarten Ortonville and ing the Milbank May seventh at 9:30 National Pet Week. National Pet remind the publi, pet ownership that veterinary ening A painting Johnson, a born with Down ly captures the d make in our lives. been chosen to Pet Day theme. Below on this trip with pictures from the past + Johnson's displayed thru out the building. ' ...... Veterinary GER3,IAN" CULTURE  Check out this and other related events www.TRACES.org or call 8oo-423-572 IN OBSERVANCE OF Pet May 4-10 "'Join us for punch and cookies, Science Diet pet food samples, sign uP daily t-shirt drawings and visit with knowledgeable, caring staff. " Pets bring joy into our lives. They bring a smile to our and their unconditional love can brighten any day. make our sad to bear. Pets are important members of more half the households  the U.S. According to the Veterinary Association, the animal bond is a beneficial and relationship people and animals. influenced that are essential to health and well being both. "Pets Make the Diffe iil i NATIONAL ETIJIJEEK MAY 4-10 Page 8  INDEPENDENT TuesdaY, i BRAVING THE WINDS on Sunday were anglers Eric Carlson, son of Dan and Kim Carlson, and Chad Spors, son of Teri and Anthony Spors, all of Big Stone City, SD. Regular and 3-day pheasant seasons set South Dakota's regular and three- day resident-only pheasant seasons have been set with no changes from last year. For the regular season, Unit 1 will be open Oct. 18 - Dec. 31. Unit 2 will be open Oct. 18 - 26. Sand Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Brown County and Renziehausen Game Production Area and Refuge in Brown/Marshall counties are open the day after the close of the refuge firearms deer season, (Dec. 8 - Dec. 31). Lacreek National Wildlife Refuge in Bennett County is open from Oct. 18 - Dec. 31. Unit 2 (all areas not in Unit 1 ) includes the counties of Butte, Meade, Lawrence and the por- tion of Pennington west of the Cheyenne River. The regular season daily limit for pheasants is three roosters, with a pos- session limit of 15 roosters taken according to the daily limit. Shooting hours are noon (CDT) to sunset through OCt. 25, and after that from 10 a.m. (CST) to sunset. The resident-only pheasant season will be open for three-consecutive days beginning the second Saturday in October. Specific dates are Oct. 11- 13. Hunting is open statewide these three days on public hunting lands only. Public lands included are GFP land that is owned, managed or leased by the department and is normally open to public hunting, Walk-in Areas that the department leases, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Waterfowl Production Areas, Army Corps of Engineers land adjacent to the Missouri River, Forest Service National Grasslands, and Bureau of Reclamation land will be open to pub- Are you ready? If a state-sanctioned casino opens in the Twin Cities, then counties, bars, restaurants and others will demand their own slot machines. That means Minnesotans will have to fight to prevent gambling in every neighborhood across the state. Who Wins Then? Go to highstakesmn.org to urge legislators 'l /# to vote "NO" on gambling expansion. I 200.1 Chew S10 - $16,500 4 WD, PW, PL, CD, 21,000 Miles 2001 GMC Sierra SLE - $25,500 PW, PL, CD, 6 Itr V8, 32,000 Miles Call today! (3Z0) 839-7197 or 839-1911 PRO AUTO Kevin Backstrand MN DLR 2 2 IO9 Ortonville, MN I I I I lic hunting. Only those public road rights-of-way adjacent to public hunt- ing areas open to hunting will be open to hunting for this early 3-day season. The 3-day season daily limit is three rooster pheasants with a posses- sion limit of nine taken according to the daily limit. Shooting hours are from noon till sunset daily. Anglers reminded to check regs before 2003 fishing o Minnesota's Department of Natural Resources reminds anglers to take a moment to review the 2003 Fishing Regulations before the inland fishing season opens on May 10. Regulations booklets include spe- cial and experimental regulations, regulations changes, and new infor- mation about exotic species, catch and release and fish identification. "We made a number of changes this year and anglers need to make sure they are aware of the regulations before they fish," said Linda Erickson-Eastwood, program manag- er for the DNR Division of Fisheries. "Besides that, the regulation book contains excellent information to help anglers protect their resource and enjoy their time on the water." Special or experimental regula- tions new this year include Annie Battle Lake (Otter Tail County), Bass Lake (Todd County), Cedar Lake (Morrison County), Mink Lake (Wright County), Pimushe Lake (Beltrami County), Big and Little Pine (Otter Tail County), Somers Lake (Wright County), Steiger Lake (Carver County) and Zumbro River (Wabasha County). In addition, new northern pike regulations are in effect on 66 lakes and one stream. Special and experimental regula- tions are summarized on pages 27-42 in the regulations booklet. New regu- lations are signified with a pointing National Day of Prayer Church, 605 N. Minnesota St., OrtonviUe.) The Ortonville Kiwanis Club is sponsoring this event, which is open to everyone who would like to attend. Breakfast will be served at 6:30 a.m. and the program speaker will be David Mclver who is the General Theme for this year's National Day of Prayer is Righteousness Exalts A Nation. The National Day of Prayer will be observed in the Big Stone Lake area with the 8th Annual Kiwanis Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, May 1 at the New Life Center (New Life Community Baptist Milbank Valley Archers League Valley Archers 300 League March 14, 2003 Results Archer  Score X's Arnie Veen Ronn McDaniel Optometry 299 50 Ran Flottmeyer O'L Mill Meats 299 50 Bob Zahnow Larry's Refrigeration 298 40 Scott Meyer Valley Liquor 297 45 Pam Amberg Tyler Compute r 295 26 Mike Hartman Food-N-Fuel 293 36 Scott Dahle Hardee's 293 31 Jim Cloos Randy Doctor Const. 293 24 Dwight Peschong UPI Petroteum ..... 292 25 LeRoy Capp D.A. Archery 287 27 Tim Ward Last of the Fast Guns 284 23 Verlan "Pierce Hanson Furniture 281 20 Joe Sable The Flower Shoppe 281 17 Mark Keeton Dakota Granite 279 14 Bryan Lambrechts Subway 274 t 8 Kate Capp Top Hat Lanes 273 12 Stacy Haman Twin Valley Tire 271 14 Bill Welder Hardware Hank 262 21 Cheryl Meyer Fisher Repair 259 12 Sue Welder Ron's Equipment Painting 227 7 Dave Cizadlo Zem's Appliance 222 6 Richard Boehnke Rogers Electric 222 3 Mark Veen Milbank Lumber 220 8 Nadine Hartman Grant County Implement 220 5 Perfect score is 300 with 60 X's Winners of the 4-H sponsorship awards for the week are: Tyler Thyne Subway Silas Magilke Subway Jorge Wieting Hardee's Laramie Peiker Thunder Alley The Valley Archers would like to thank the Grant County Review, Ortonville Independent, and KMSD/KPHR for publishing and airing these results. Jim Cloos 432-4685 SuccESS! i Interested in Operating Your Own Auto Parts Store? Call Dave Bock at (800) 899-6528, ext. 3809 for equity investment requirements. I ilillill ' I IfTI liniliti i:li'ilillJ rlllf'l'll: Ill ii [il,l!l I i Jill I I ;lll I!,"I11 i 1,1 iili P=I 71 South, Sebeka, IN 56477 1-800-879-2284 Weekend Getaway BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE Stay one weekend night @ $129 and your second night is on usl Located on 1-394 and Hwy 100, just minutes from downtown and Mall of America. Pool, Jacuzzi & sauna DOUBLETKEE" HOTEL MtOINIAa l*, v.iI al, $129" Free parking For rmervations call 1-800-222-TREE or  ho.d.!rKty  952-542-8600 and ask [or   .%,:'"' 1500 Park Place Bird Minneapolis, MN 55416 ' O1 valid  Fridmr- sunday  m'   /ak, Ihr.9/30/03 Umil m, oilobili; ,#n marldiam may atmlv Ik tdum d'lo= and amluil r'a ....tP nt Y  s m  s,  -"-" *- -- " to r.*alh* .*:. [el 2003 H,I I'i,illy, . finger. Unless specifically mentioned, all other general regulations, seasons, limits, border water regulations, pos- session and transportation regulations apply to waters with special and experimental regulations. Statewide regulations will now apply for Bavaria Lake (Carver County), where special regulations governed largemouth bass and Platte Lake (Crow Wing/Morrison counties) where special regulations governed northern pike. Statewide regulations are found beginning on page 17 of the fishing regulations booklet. New statewide bag limits on crap- pie, sunfish, lake trout and catfish officially begin May 10. The lake trout bag limit change does not apply to Lake Superior and its tributaries up to the posted boundary. However, the crappie and lake trout bag limit changes do apply to the Canadian bor- der waters. The changes are in response to extensive biological analysis and public input on the state's game fish limits. Most Minnesota game fish limits have remained unchanged for the last 40 to 70 years, yet fishing pressure and technology have increased dramatically during that time. Anglers should also note the spe- cial regulations affecting treaty lakes and Mille Lacs Lake, which are not listed in the 2003 regulations booklet. These regulations will be announced in the media, posted site, and posted at on the affected I where waters might treaty regulations can ning on page 25 of the l tions booklet. A brochure lake regulations will bc from the DNR St. Paul by calling toll free 6367). The information available from local in the treaty area. NeW tions go into effect opener May 10. The summer trout regulation for the i ed section of the Middle Whitewater ties one-quarter mile County Road 107 source) is still in dentally Additional changes lations are listed on Fishing wherever fishing Fishing licenses on sale now at any Electronic License located throu are also available www.dnr.state.mn.us or 888-665-4236. Manager for Praise FM Radio 101.5. The breakfast will conclude in time for everyone to be at his or her places of employment by 8:00 a.m. Everyone is encouraged to attend in his or her regular work clothes. The minimal charge of $5.00 covers the meal and event expenses. Tickets are available from any Kiwanis member or you may call 320- 839-3440 for more information. Coming events O.A.H.S Auxiliary will once again be having their annual pie social, it will be held at Northridge on Friday, May 16th from 2 to 4 p.m. It will be held in conjunction with the 25th anniversary of Northridge (1978- 2003). There will be door prizes, music, and of course the pie. The cost will be as in the past $2 a slice, and all the coffee you can drink. Come join us and take a nostalgic Kin00 visit vet c The Auxiliary t.o Veterinary Medical sponsoring National May 4-10. The theme event is "Pets Make Kindergarten Ortonville and ing the Milbank May seventh at 9:30 National Pet Week. National Pet remind the publi, pet ownership that veterinary ening A painting Johnson, a born with Down ly captures the d make in our lives. been chosen to Pet Day theme. Below on this trip with pictures from the past + Johnson's displayed thru out the building. ' ...... Veterinary GER3,IAN" CULTURE  Check out this and other related events www.TRACES.org or call 8oo-423-572 IN OBSERVANCE OF Pet May 4-10 "'Join us for punch and cookies, Science Diet pet food samples, sign uP daily t-shirt drawings and visit with knowledgeable, caring staff. " Pets bring joy into our lives. They bring a smile to our and their unconditional love can brighten any day. make our sad to bear. Pets are important members of more half the households  the U.S. According to the Veterinary Association, the animal bond is a beneficial and relationship people and animals. influenced that are essential to health and well being both. "Pets Make the Diffe iil i NATIONAL ETIJIJEEK MAY 4-10 Page 8  INDEPENDENT TuesdaY,