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!oltquist famil00y selected County HRA allocated $900, Mike Nagel and Chuck Ross of Battle Lake in 14th with 21.92 . pounds and $900, and Terry and John or next H H Home Project 2OlakpafeaOn(.V4pouints.$500fr MHFA rehabilitation funds Jim Forrette and Lonnie Fonder of Big Stone County Housing & Funds. The Funds are utilized as Milbank, SD took 33rd place,Mark Redevelopment Authority has matching funds with the owner s Marohl and Paul Amdahl of Sisseton, received notice from the Minnesota funds. bitat for Humanity Bie Stone Area Affiliate has selected the Itoltquist family of Milbank, its next home project. t,hy was born and raised in at aad has two children Brian age I. habitat Home will be in SI). Kathy will work on the wi!l .me payments on ', x ms Is the third project tat for Humanity Big Stone Affiliate, and the second lb SO and her famil are 'maaue , - Y members qt, SD'" --' LUtheran Church in 4- -e' h ectmn committee will b  for a suitable lot in the home, looking L ',new project and at for Humanity is a  iehZ In ministry, provldln' " g r( ousmg for needy people in ! tat recipients are r I 750 hout:s - equired to t Onthl ol sweat equity, and ,,_. Y house payments u "  eu o11. iy gratulations to Kathy and her for Life (tinu! from page I) n lOpm andm rViv idnight =" ors, spouses, children inivors or those who . an the march, with sur- m.g special luminaries. track will be lit around hlalinaries. e Life" is a nation- ,-, major money rais mmr the Bi - - - b.. __hfheAcS g tone County bt,a survivor of can- J.. -ched by the disease to p=ha00 Star-, .cpate in the relay. ty _mninary is $10, and will d r, morialize someone who . Cancer, but also support =ave it or have survived. earn ins from the communi- contact Official Chairmen Monte lg high school students, Matheson at 839-2836 or Pat O'Neill to find team mem- at 839-3183. )li_tl. walk. The public is .... tuclr su rt , . ppo not only by ' tnaries, but also" by Locals place = and participating are as,- .. tea to find nine others ;la them. Anyone interested (Comind firom page 1) five feet deep. "It was overall a great _ing a luminary in memory tourney with a good variety of fish," 7oxn't of SOmeone w to - "th cancer Bob said. t",.ntact any one of the fol- Added to the Schomer's total was It'ns. Also, anyone na team or participate in an additional $1,000 for first place in the big fish of the day contest. Their -"acatactthe following prizewalleye weighed in at 8.1 students: Hillary Wiese, Dan Ross, Grant Botker, Tom Inforzato, Nikki Thielke, Brandon Finke, Tyler Henderson, Amanda Hillman, Scott Sandberg, Laura Lantis, Sydney Stern, Janiie Karels, John Marthaler, David Marthaler, Jena Tobin, Laurie Hammel, John Thomas, Mike Eckberg and Judy Klepel. Anyone who wants to fight cancer and have a fun time with friends and family are invited to attend. For more information on the "Relay For Life", and USSB a.,kes el, ,,i U.Z.I iTELLITE TELEVISION D I R E C TV, f C o /: pounds and came right before weigh In. Third place of $5,000 went to Mark and Tom Keenan of Appleton WI with 28.91 pounds. The team took second at last year's MWC championship tournament. "This is one of our favorite stops on the tour," Mark said. The Keenan brothers also took home an additional $900 for second place in the big fish contest, a mon- ster weighing 8.10 pounds. Third place in Sunday's big fish contest went to Scott Golden from Colorado and Clay Price from Wyoming. Their prize walleye weighed in at 5.70 pounds and netted the team $850. The overall largest walleye of the tournament was reeled in by Dan Bodinger from Chilton, WI. It weighed in at a whopping 9.31 pounds and was caught in the first 15 minutes of the tournament. Other local teams in the money included Todd Kuefler and Jim Gregory of Big Stone City, SD in 12th place with 22.09 pounds and / SD took 37th, Scott Arndt of Ortnville and Mike Barrett of Brooklyn Park took 57th, and Robert and Jay Ross of Ortonville took 75th. A total of 824 walleyes were caught in the tournament, totaling 1,991.19 pounds. Of those, only 19 died and the average size for the con- test was 2.46 pounds. On Monday June 1, following the World Walleye Championship, there will be a fish fry benefit for Steve Huizenga, who is currently not work- ing due to cancer. Big Stone Lake will host the MWC World Walleye Championship May 28-30, with the top 50 teams from the year competing. OTP assumes operation of Coyote Plant Owners of Coyote Plant agreed to a proposal from Otter Tail Power Company and Minnkota Power Cooperative to have Otter Tail assume responsibility for operating the plant. The changeover is scheduled to take effect July 1. Coyote is a mine-mouth electric generating station located about 80 miles northwest of Bismarck, ND. Otter Tail owns 35 percent of Coyote Plant, Minnkota 30 percent, Northwestern Public Service Company 10 percent, and Montana- Dakota Utilities Co., which currently operates the plant, 25 percent. Man pleads guilty to contributing David Cornelisen, 21 of Ortonville pleaded guilty last Wednesday to fur- nishing alcohol to minors. The maximum penalty for the offense was one year in jail and a $3,000 fine, and Cornelisen was sen- tenced to probation for two years and 120 hours of community service, in addition to a stayed sentence of 120 days for two years. j# Amedcon Hood rAssociation NG FOR YOUR UFE Housing Finance Agency of their allocation of MHFA Rental Rehabilitation Funds for Big Stone County. These Funds are allocated annually from MHFA and are to be used for Rehabilitation of Single Family and Multi-Unit Housing Rental Units within Big Stone County. The Program has a maximum per unit cost of $14,000.00 of MHFA The ratio is 75% of the Cost from MHFA Funds and 25% matching funds from the property owner. Interested County property owners can contact the Big Stone County HRA for information on the program. All applications must be completed and submitted to the Big Stone County HRA by Friday, Aug. 1998, to be considered for submittal to MHFA. Memorial Day Weekend, May 23 and 24 through Labor Day Weekend, Sept. 5 and 6 SATURDAYS- 7:u! i SUNDAYS- 9:00 ,a.,M (note change to earlier hour) A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL! LENDING RATES STARTING AT 7,25% APR* Loans Available for Boats, Cars, Recreational Vehicles... Any Need You May Have. Marquette Bank is offering all kinds of loans for all kinds of reasons. Everything from home equity loans and lines of credit to installment loans, each with unique advantages. Need to make home improvements? Buy a new car? Maybe you just want to organize your debts. What you do is up to you. We'll help you find the best way to do it. Stop in to visit with our Loan A Rangers. 451 Main Street BIG STONE CITY, SD (605) 862-8163 Marquette Banks ... 302 South Main MILBANK, SD (605) 432-4553 Main Street REV1LLO, SD (605) 623-4211 This trocktCtof rte Ikoldle to home equity Ir only and is in effect until 12/31/98. Variable rate after 12/31/98 = Prime + 1 introductory rate avatl octly to now home equity  c,Womerl  auto dl from at new or existing Marquetle Bank account and 80*/. LTV. APR for lines from 81% to 90% LW  1%, 91% to 100% LTV add 2%. Mum APR of 21%. No Oozing coati on loans up to $50,000, $150 credit on closing CO=tl will  to loans over $50,000. Clolk COati On  over $50,000 am  $150 and 1100. Rates offered as of 5/1/98. Oer terms and conditions may ipply. Property insurance is required, Consult your ILxl1ottglu'dittlxlt'.Lim#edtimeot. O1996 Marquette Bank MemberFDIC. 19, 1998 INDEPENDENT Page 3