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+ shop. According to Karels, he left the shop after lunch to run an errand. When he returned to the shop at around 3 p.m., he tound a large hole in one wall of the shop. His entire shop was filled with insulation fibers. Karels figures someone tried to put air into a tire, apparently putting in too much air and possibly causing the tire to explode and cause the damage. Anyone who has information !about the wall is asked to contact at Tom's Service and Repair in Odessa at 273-2 115. Tm's Service has 00iNDEPENDENT damage to shop Tom Karels of Odessa returned to his shop, Tom's Service in Odessa, to find a large hole in the wall of the Odessa Resident and business owner Tom Karels found this hole in his wall when he T , , o om s Service, after runmng errands. Karels figures the hole was caused by a tire explod- overinflated the tire, but]s not entirely sure of the cause. ES UNIT 441 awards 25 and 50 years membership guards. Front row: Adelaide ting for daughter-in-law Sharon Kirchberg (25 years); Arlene Karels accepting for grand- (25 years); Eleanor Olson accepting for granddaughter Heidi Kittelson (25 years). Ohm accepting for godchild Dawn Larson (25 years); Sandra Hanson accepting for daughter !5 years); Ella Thomson accepting for daughter Barbara Schmieg (25 years); Eunice Mork (25 (25 years); Lucille Nelson (50 years) and Marion Maatz - Membership Chairman. out our web site at www.oonvilleindependent.com D&L Photo Advantix Processing 1-Hour Photo Processing Lab Same Day - Next Day. , 307 Main St., Milbank Same Price ' 432-5222 Across from Pizza Ranch (25 exp) Church 2OO3 to 4:00 p.m. " p.m. r bt,'i-- ggt. (without panoramics) Second set z2" Top 10 Reasons To Bring Your Film To D&L Photo 10. Copy Prints Done In-Store 9. Date & Negative Number on Back of Prints 8. Enlargements & Wallets 7. Same Day- Next Day Pricing 6. APS Processing In Store 5. Good Customer Club 4, Convenient Drop Box 3. 2nd Set Free Tuesdays 2. Competitive Pricing 1. Great Quality & Color! U of M Extension Service responds to financial challenges The University of Minnesota Extension Service has announced changes responding to declining state, county and federal budget. Those changes enable Extension to continue to deliver quality programs that Minnesotans count on, says Dr. Charles Casey, Extension dean and director. The new model calls for a change in the delivery and funding system that allows more choice and clarity for citizens and funders, Casey says. In the new plan, Extension will provide statewide programming through edu- cators located in regional Extension centers that are funded by state and federal dollars. Programs and services delivered from regional centers will address issues critical to Minnesotans. Counties and other local agencies, including non-profits, will have the choice of contracting with Extension to augment regional programs with local programs, services and posi- tions. This could also include locally funded satellite offices. "These changes will bring sharper focus to our core mission and help to ensure that we continue to offer effec- tive, relevant programs to all counties at a level that the state, the counties, the university and the people of Minnesota can afford," Casey says. With these changes, Extension remains committed to providing 4-H youth development opportunities to all Minnesota youth. "Under the new regional center delivery model, 4-H will be available statewide, however, it cannot be adequately funded on state and federal dollars alone," Casey says. "Historically, counties have invested heavily in Extension 4-H and we are confident that will continue under this model in order to maintain 4-H as a quality program." Extension's funding comes from three main sources, the State of Minnesota -- through the University, the state' s 87 counties and the federal government. Given the current feder- al, state and county budget realities, Extension' s three main funders have reduced or expect to reduce their investment in Extension. "Our county partners have told us that if they are going to meet thiir budget constraints and be able to pro- vide some Extension programs for their counties, they need the flexibili- ty to choose which Extension pro- grams, services and positions they pay for," Casey ays. Extension introduced changes nearly a year and a half ago that have resulted in more focus, greater exper- tise and more access to teams of regional educators. Because of those changes, Extension is in a better posi- tion to respond to the current budget realities. "As many state leaders have said over the past months, none of us can afford to keep doing business as usual," says Casey. "This plan allows Extension to continue to provide qual- ity programs to all Minnesotans while providing greater choices to our fun- ders." Extension currently has offices in every county of the state, with spe- cialized educators who deliver pro- grams in several counties. Each year, more than 800,000 Minnesotans ben- efit from Extension programs, includ- ing 4-H youth development, agricul- ture production education, Master Gardeners, nutrition education pro- grams and leadership development training. SOMETHING DIFFERENT Sales & Service Inc. NOW OFFERS o4-Wheel Alignment Tire Sales & Repair Brake Work Suspension Work 839-7197 or 839-2911 MARK MUENCHOW doing a 4-wheel alignment. 547 U.S. Hwy. 12 * Ortonville, MN 56278 DLR #25623 Your Life: A kid on the way. A car on the way out. A strong desire to get away (far, far away). Your Loan: CenBank's HOME EQUITY LOAN Get more out of your home - and your life - with a Home Equity Loan from CenBank. It's the easy way to make all of your dreams a reality. Please stop in for more information. 00CenBank \\; Because we care]" Member 113 NW 1st Street Ortonville, MN 56278 FDIC Phone 320-839-6123 1-800-335-8920 Fax 320-839-6127 24-hottr banking 1-877-569-2265 * www'cenbank'cm + shop. According to Karels, he left the shop after lunch to run an errand. When he returned to the shop at around 3 p.m., he tound a large hole in one wall of the shop. His entire shop was filled with insulation fibers. Karels figures someone tried to put air into a tire, apparently putting in too much air and possibly causing the tire to explode and cause the damage. Anyone who has information !about the wall is asked to contact at Tom's Service and Repair in Odessa at 273-2 115. Tm's Service has 00iNDEPENDENT damage to shop Tom Karels of Odessa returned to his shop, Tom's Service in Odessa, to find a large hole in the wall of the Odessa Resident and business owner Tom Karels found this hole in his wall when he T , , o om s Service, after runmng errands. Karels figures the hole was caused by a tire explod- overinflated the tire, but]s not entirely sure of the cause. ES UNIT 441 awards 25 and 50 years membership guards. Front row: Adelaide ting for daughter-in-law Sharon Kirchberg (25 years); Arlene Karels accepting for grand- (25 years); Eleanor Olson accepting for granddaughter Heidi Kittelson (25 years). Ohm accepting for godchild Dawn Larson (25 years); Sandra Hanson accepting for daughter !5 years); Ella Thomson accepting for daughter Barbara Schmieg (25 years); Eunice Mork (25 (25 years); Lucille Nelson (50 years) and Marion Maatz - Membership Chairman. out our web site at www.oonvilleindependent.com D&L Photo Advantix Processing 1-Hour Photo Processing Lab Same Day - Next Day. , 307 Main St., Milbank Same Price ' 432-5222 Across from Pizza Ranch (25 exp) Church 2OO3 to 4:00 p.m. " p.m. r bt,'i-- ggt. (without panoramics) Second set z2" Top 10 Reasons To Bring Your Film To D&L Photo 10. Copy Prints Done In-Store 9. Date & Negative Number on Back of Prints 8. Enlargements & Wallets 7. Same Day- Next Day Pricing 6. APS Processing In Store 5. Good Customer Club 4, Convenient Drop Box 3. 2nd Set Free Tuesdays 2. Competitive Pricing 1. Great Quality & Color! U of M Extension Service responds to financial challenges The University of Minnesota Extension Service has announced changes responding to declining state, county and federal budget. Those changes enable Extension to continue to deliver quality programs that Minnesotans count on, says Dr. Charles Casey, Extension dean and director. The new model calls for a change in the delivery and funding system that allows more choice and clarity for citizens and funders, Casey says. In the new plan, Extension will provide statewide programming through edu- cators located in regional Extension centers that are funded by state and federal dollars. Programs and services delivered from regional centers will address issues critical to Minnesotans. Counties and other local agencies, including non-profits, will have the choice of contracting with Extension to augment regional programs with local programs, services and posi- tions. This could also include locally funded satellite offices. "These changes will bring sharper focus to our core mission and help to ensure that we continue to offer effec- tive, relevant programs to all counties at a level that the state, the counties, the university and the people of Minnesota can afford," Casey says. With these changes, Extension remains committed to providing 4-H youth development opportunities to all Minnesota youth. "Under the new regional center delivery model, 4-H will be available statewide, however, it cannot be adequately funded on state and federal dollars alone," Casey says. "Historically, counties have invested heavily in Extension 4-H and we are confident that will continue under this model in order to maintain 4-H as a quality program." Extension's funding comes from three main sources, the State of Minnesota -- through the University, the state' s 87 counties and the federal government. Given the current feder- al, state and county budget realities, Extension' s three main funders have reduced or expect to reduce their investment in Extension. "Our county partners have told us that if they are going to meet thiir budget constraints and be able to pro- vide some Extension programs for their counties, they need the flexibili- ty to choose which Extension pro- grams, services and positions they pay for," Casey ays. Extension introduced changes nearly a year and a half ago that have resulted in more focus, greater exper- tise and more access to teams of regional educators. Because of those changes, Extension is in a better posi- tion to respond to the current budget realities. "As many state leaders have said over the past months, none of us can afford to keep doing business as usual," says Casey. "This plan allows Extension to continue to provide qual- ity programs to all Minnesotans while providing greater choices to our fun- ders." Extension currently has offices in every county of the state, with spe- cialized educators who deliver pro- grams in several counties. Each year, more than 800,000 Minnesotans ben- efit from Extension programs, includ- ing 4-H youth development, agricul- ture production education, Master Gardeners, nutrition education pro- grams and leadership development training. SOMETHING DIFFERENT Sales & Service Inc. NOW OFFERS o4-Wheel Alignment Tire Sales & Repair Brake Work Suspension Work 839-7197 or 839-2911 MARK MUENCHOW doing a 4-wheel alignment. 547 U.S. Hwy. 12 * Ortonville, MN 56278 DLR #25623 Your Life: A kid on the way. A car on the way out. A strong desire to get away (far, far away). Your Loan: CenBank's HOME EQUITY LOAN Get more out of your home - and your life - with a Home Equity Loan from CenBank. It's the easy way to make all of your dreams a reality. Please stop in for more information. 00CenBank \\; Because we care]" Member 113 NW 1st Street Ortonville, MN 56278 FDIC Phone 320-839-6123 1-800-335-8920 Fax 320-839-6127 24-hottr banking 1-877-569-2265 * www'cenbank'cm