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C UP ANOTHER PRO-LIFE SIGN. Members of the Knights of Columbus, Eugene Rausch Council Re/Big Stone City, are shown recently putting up a new pro-lifesign on their billboard e City. The sign can be seen on both sides of the billboard. Education bill provides technology grant for Ortonville schools of public of the supplemental bill passed by the Y signed into according appropria- I strongly modern technolo- but also to help pressure off resulting from of their building of rural Madison, grant will fund a to "demon- and effective uses of teachers, administrators, Minnesota&apos;s and track stu- m meeting the start- to the language of pursue additional funding to make up for the cost increase in Ortonville's building project. Ortonville was among more than a dozen schools statewide who were caught in a fiscal bind by a 1997 law requiring contrac- tors on school construction jobs to pay their employees a "prevailing wage." The "prevailing wage" law states that contractors on public projects must pay their employees the average or typical wage paid to workers on pri- vate projects in the same geographical area. "In the t997 special session, we tried to pass special legislation to 'grandfather' Ortonville and the other affected districts," Paterson said. "But House Republicans made a political football out of the issue, insisting that the entire prevailing wage law be repealed, and blocked action. That's why I sought and won the special grant for Ortonville in this year's ses- sion. So although construction costs are still higher than anticipated, the state is picking up more of the dis- trict's cost in the technology area. It's not the solution we originally wanted, but it will help protect the taxpayers of Ortonville. And I will continue to fight for additional funding for the Ortonville district." BSC city wide rummage sale A city wide rummage sale is planned for Saturday, June 6 in Big Stone City, SD. Anyone interested in participating may call 862-8303. Maps and rummage sale info will be available at the Big Stone City office June 5. like Ortonville urgent need for m the class- schools often of a school," he is the °gr t equal- onville stu- Library of oeations over the scope informational can use in his or have to have the installed the stu- of the wealth of out there.', Would continue to 1996 Lincoln Continental V8 - Front Wheel Drive- Fully Loaded- Tan with Tan Leather Interior i 1998 MercurY Village l Only 4,000 miles- L.ocaJ Trade-In - ! Well Equipped- Includes Rear Air & Heat DARE TO COMPARE...MILBANK FORD WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD! Call Us Toll Free For A Deal - 1-800-594-9409 "Working hard to earn your business." l Milbank Ford & Mercury lllr, lll-'i'A West Hwy. 12 • Milbank, SD 57252 • 605-432-4525 When you COMPARE the options, CenBank's HOME EQUITY LOANS OUTWEIGH the resfl "Because We Care" 00Cen B ank Ortonville, MN 56278 Member FDIC Phone 320-839-6123 * 1-800-335-8920 Fax 320-839-6127 00i00NDENT '"_...] .wlt,t.m Ii i' It I I I |'[:I -'[' -vm Lv& v=' I'Jli I:I: Grants to Big Stone Chippewa Historical Big Stone and Chippewa county historical societies have been awarded grants from the Minnesota Historical Society Grant-in-Aid program, state Rep. Doug Peterson announced today. "I congratulate the leaders and members of both local societies on their success in obtaining these Big Stone City honor students The administration of Big Stone City School has announced the Honor Roll for the third marking period of the 1997/98 school term. Third Quarter Honor Roll includes: SIXTH GRADE A - Stephanie Schuelke, Amy Smith, Amy Speth, Keegan Stock and Martha Van Lith B - Jesse Barnhardt, Sharon Bemis, Emily Carlson, Franky Koval and Kendra Loeschke SEVENTH GRADE A - Tina Athey & Lisa Spars B - Heidi Hansen, Sadie Norlin, Lizzy Rausch and Tony Rolfes EIGHTH GRADE A - Jesse Cloos & Hilary Libka B - Jenna McFarlane, Casey Mielitz, Megan Millim, Bryce Rausch, Maria Rausch, Blake Schmieg & Denielle Scoblic grants," Peterson, of rural Madison, said. "The state historical society had applications for more than twice as much money as they had available. The quality of the individual applica- tions was an important factor in their decision, and both Big Stone and Chippewa counties performed well." The awards are: * $1,000 to the Big Stone County Historical Society to install a new security system at the society's muse- um. The state funds will pay almost half the $2,100 cost of the project. * $1,530 to the Chippewa County Historical Society to have its collec- tion of photographs recorded and stored in digital format. The state funds will pay 40 percent of the cost of the project. The state historical society award- ed a 38 grants totaling more than $99,000. Funding for the program comes from an appropriation approved by the Minnesota Legislature in 1997. 6oth z4 nniva00a0000 1 Open 00ouee ;all and Sun ,_qchm Sunday, May 24 2:00-4:00 P.M. BIG STONE LEGION TOM DIERCKS with a pair of walleyes which helped his team win the 1997 MWC Big Stone Lake qualifying tourna- ment. Dr. Gregory J. Peterson Specializing in Back, Neck and Extremity Care for the Entire Family. Phone 320-839-2323 OFFICE HOURS: Mon., Wed., Fri. 8:30-5:00; Tues. & Thurs. 8:30-12:00; Sat. by appointment 215 SE 2nd Street • Ortonville, MN 56278 Office (320) 839-2323 Home (320) 839-6246 Nino storm of Cash & Prizes! 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