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Area news digest SISSETON, SD-Four juveniles were arrested following a robbery at knifepoint at the Kenneth and Agnes Hove farm home on the north side of Hwy. 10 in Red Iron Lake Township Sunday morning. Two youth came to the Hove home early Sunday morning and after knocking on the door awaking the Hoves asked to use their telephone to call for help because of car problems. They then left and a short time later two youth came again and asked to Use the phone because of a flat tire. These two again left but two came back again and this time robbed the Hoves of a cordless phone, some cash and a billfold. Wegleitner, who lives near Cottonwood Lake, first to arrive on the scene, apprehended two youth about the time Sheriff Elsen, Deputy Stolley and the Tribal Police arrived, one was a 14-year-old and the second was 15. The Tribal Police then found two other youth further south and apprehended them. One of these was found with a knife. All the youth were then taken to Tribal Police headquarters at Old Agency where they were questioned with their parents or guardians present. The youth admitted they were involved in the robbery Sheriff Elsen said. One of the youth also admitted he had been involved in the burglary of Molly Bees at Eden early in the morning of May 5. DAWSON-'I could've used this when I was buying the farm!" spoke Ruben Winge after learning that his ticket on $100,000 Take Scratch Game had won that amount of money for him. Winge purchased his ticket at Nicky's Grocery on May 15. 'q couldn't believe i! I looked at it four or five times. I drove home and showed it to my wife and we just couldn't believe it!" Friday, May 16, Ruben and son Gary drove to Roseville to the Minnesota Headquarters for Casino-Lottery results. Winge could hardly wait to take the check for $65,750 and place it with a teller at a local bank. NASSAU-At the bid opening held for the Nassau main street project scheduled for the 2003 construction season, Bituminous Paving of Ortonville was the low bidder at $319,778.85. The other bidder was Mark Sand & Gravel of Fergus Falls. This is a federal aid project so representatives from MnDOT were present to assist with the bidding process and concurred with the granting of the low bid to Bituminous Paving. This is for the major work of grading, aggregate base, bituminous surfacing, concrete curb and gutter and storm sewer for a length of. 19 miles, the main street of Nassau. Big Stone City By Gladys Brehmer American Legion Auxiliary will meet June 10th at 7:30 p.m. at the Legion clubrooms. Hostesses are Phyllis Schlueter and Margaret Hay. Please Auxiliary ladies attend this meeting. Myron and Lorraine Schnaser and Gladys Brehmer had supper on Wednesday evening at the Millstone at Milbank. Mackenzie Foss and Emma Christensen visited with Eileen Christensen at the Christensen home on Friday. Gary VanHout of Del Rapids in visiting at the John and Gerri Van Hout home and spending part of his weekends at his lake home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Voeltz attended the retirement party for Don Quede at the Matador Supper Club on Friday evening. The Big Stone Legion Auxiliary put on a program for Memorial Day at Northridge. Lorraine Schnaser and Gladys Brehmer attended the birthday party on Saturday the 31st of May for Sidney. Myron and Lorraine Schnaser and Gladys Brehmer attended the brunch at Millstone on Sunday. W! .DER PAGEAN www.walnutgrove.org i Walnut Grove, MN 26th annual outdoor drama based on the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder July 11-12-13, 18-19-20, 25.26-27 Pageant ckets Tourist Information 888-859-3102 888-528-7298 m Househo d MON.y . SALE TIME -.5:30 PM LOCATION: 316 Park Deep Freezer Wagon J Singer Sewing Brown Swivel Machine i Rocker 1886(Germany) I Hoover Vacuum Set of 12 China Cleaner (4) Wood Chairs I Trunk Kitchen Table W/ i Doll - Hats State to help business cut paekaog,ng WaeSteof (]3og) GOI00 Environmental -Assistance (tEA) has recently published the on-line Reusable Transport Packaging Directory, which is available at www.moea.state.mn.us/transport. Businesses that switch to reusable transport packaging save money, reduce labor costs, and protect the environment. Reusable transport packaging is wood, metal, plastic, or composite pallets and containers that can be used multiple times. Reusable pallets and containers are designed and built to last for many years of use and replace one-time or limited-use pallets and boxes. About 50 percent of the waste generated in Minnesota comes from businesses and institutions. Over 17 percent of that waste is packaging. Nationally the U.S. EPA estimates that nearly 11 million tons of corrugated cardboard was thrown away in 1999. Reusable transport packaging offers businesses an environmentally friendly way to streamline packaging and, in turn, bolster efficiency and cut costs. Many suppliers are developing new packaging designs and services to meet the demand for reduced, reusable, and recyclable packaging. The tEA created the Reusable Transport Packaging Directory to help businesses find sources for reusable packaging and to learn more about reducing packaging waste. The directory highlights businesses that manufacture and sell many different kinds of reusable transport packaging. The directory is organized into categories such as bins, boxes, bags, containers and pallets to make the search for suppliers of efficient packaging and shipping containers easy. Kids, explore your library this summer Hey Kids! Here's a bright idea, explore your library this summer! The Ortonville Public Library has invented a ton of fun programs, activities and a visit by the Science Museum of Minnesota. It will be our best summer ever! You can even earn prizes for reading when you participate in the 2003 Minnesota Summer Library Program, EXPLORE BRIGHT IDEAS AT YOUR LIBRARY. Registration will be held from June 2 through June 14. We will have two sessions this year. On Tuesdays at t:p,m, the First through Fourth graders will hold their session. On Thursday at 1:30 p.m. the Preschool through Kindergarten will meet. The program is open to all Big Stone County and Grant County residents. Stop in and sign up. We have lots of nice prizes this year and plenty of fun lined up for you. If you have questions, please call 839-2494. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING' QUICK RESULTS 2003 LUNCH BY ST. JOHN'S YOUTH Card Table Patio Set w/3 Chairs Cookware Speed Queen Doilies Wringer This is a Hand Tools partial list!ng Viking Lawn Mower of many items to be In 19o6, an Englishman living in Guatemala invented instant coffee. In 1929, the car radio was invented. In 1928, the New England Journal of Medicine reported findings by two researchers who studied 35 people with cancer of the lips, cheeks, jaw or lungs. All but one had been a smoker. ] told you to ttArn righ at the moo! [ut nnnooo, you wotldn'f , hora T' in " oo, [d KlaOW . ...... mgo g. . , Ios'l. Losfl Yo hear me nof i su[{ do on earlh. We just ter n0' be Ite getting baCK. -thaf in your star Lo9 Capt... In 1951, the United States sent four stratosphere, making them the first living e in space. Rosen Express begins sea splitting two games held in over five innings with no hit relief. Rosen outhit Morris by a 10-6 margin. Josh Wollschlaer was voted the Rosen Express baseball began the summer baseball season last weekend when they split a pair of games last weekend. On Saturday, May 24, the Express hosted Sacred Heart and came out on top with a score of 11-6. Starting pitcher, Brandon Raymo picked up the win. Others sharing the pitching duties were Darby Bjorgan and Scott Ronglien. Ronglien notched the save by toss- ing three scoreless innings. According to Coach Tom Rademacher, the hitting hero and player of the game was Tony Smith. Smith slammed a three run homer and hit a sacrifice fly ball to collect four RBI's for the day. On Memorial Day, Morris traveled to Rosen and defeated the Express 7- 4. Both teams had all their points by the fourth inning. Morris scored the last of their seven runs by the bottom of the sec- ond inning. Rosen put together a string of five consecutive hits in their half to score their four funs. Eric Asche was tagged with the loss. Cody Reiffenberger pitched CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS player of the game two hits, including RBI. You'll get the best vehicle alignment! New 4-Wheel Alignment Machine We'll handle all your insurance work Kevin's is the area's most well e( shop with two frame Towing with wrecker and roll back Major collision repair .Frame and su: Windshield repair and LOCK YOUR KEYS IN YOUR CAR? WE'LL 320-839-300 KEVIN N. Minnesota St. Ortonville, MN 56278 25th year in business at Herls To Success Past, Present& Pel00 It takes a lot of studying to earn a college degree, it takes a lot of money too. When you add up the cost of tuition, fees, room, board, books, supples, activities and other expenses, the amount can be overwhelming. If you need financial assistance, we'll be happy to talke with you about our Student Loan Programs. a Bob Bauer Stop in and talk to Bob Bauer or Deb Maher Clinton State Bank HE'-BANi,(-H, UNDERSTANDS i i Member FDIC t Page 2b  INDEPENDENT TuesdaY' Area news digest SISSETON, SD-Four juveniles were arrested following a robbery at knifepoint at the Kenneth and Agnes Hove farm home on the north side of Hwy. 10 in Red Iron Lake Township Sunday morning. Two youth came to the Hove home early Sunday morning and after knocking on the door awaking the Hoves asked to use their telephone to call for help because of car problems. They then left and a short time later two youth came again and asked to Use the phone because of a flat tire. These two again left but two came back again and this time robbed the Hoves of a cordless phone, some cash and a billfold. Wegleitner, who lives near Cottonwood Lake, first to arrive on the scene, apprehended two youth about the time Sheriff Elsen, Deputy Stolley and the Tribal Police arrived, one was a 14-year-old and the second was 15. The Tribal Police then found two other youth further south and apprehended them. One of these was found with a knife. All the youth were then taken to Tribal Police headquarters at Old Agency where they were questioned with their parents or guardians present. The youth admitted they were involved in the robbery Sheriff Elsen said. One of the youth also admitted he had been involved in the burglary of Molly Bees at Eden early in the morning of May 5. DAWSON-'I could've used this when I was buying the farm!" spoke Ruben Winge after learning that his ticket on $100,000 Take Scratch Game had won that amount of money for him. Winge purchased his ticket at Nicky's Grocery on May 15. 'q couldn't believe i! I looked at it four or five times. I drove home and showed it to my wife and we just couldn't believe it!" Friday, May 16, Ruben and son Gary drove to Roseville to the Minnesota Headquarters for Casino-Lottery results. Winge could hardly wait to take the check for $65,750 and place it with a teller at a local bank. NASSAU-At the bid opening held for the Nassau main street project scheduled for the 2003 construction season, Bituminous Paving of Ortonville was the low bidder at $319,778.85. The other bidder was Mark Sand & Gravel of Fergus Falls. This is a federal aid project so representatives from MnDOT were present to assist with the bidding process and concurred with the granting of the low bid to Bituminous Paving. This is for the major work of grading, aggregate base, bituminous surfacing, concrete curb and gutter and storm sewer for a length of. 19 miles, the main street of Nassau. Big Stone City By Gladys Brehmer American Legion Auxiliary will meet June 10th at 7:30 p.m. at the Legion clubrooms. Hostesses are Phyllis Schlueter and Margaret Hay. Please Auxiliary ladies attend this meeting. Myron and Lorraine Schnaser and Gladys Brehmer had supper on Wednesday evening at the Millstone at Milbank. Mackenzie Foss and Emma Christensen visited with Eileen Christensen at the Christensen home on Friday. Gary VanHout of Del Rapids in visiting at the John and Gerri Van Hout home and spending part of his weekends at his lake home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Voeltz attended the retirement party for Don Quede at the Matador Supper Club on Friday evening. The Big Stone Legion Auxiliary put on a program for Memorial Day at Northridge. Lorraine Schnaser and Gladys Brehmer attended the birthday party on Saturday the 31st of May for Sidney. Myron and Lorraine Schnaser and Gladys Brehmer attended the brunch at Millstone on Sunday. W! .DER PAGEAN www.walnutgrove.org i Walnut Grove, MN 26th annual outdoor drama based on the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder July 11-12-13, 18-19-20, 25.26-27 Pageant ckets Tourist Information 888-859-3102 888-528-7298 m Househo d MON.y . SALE TIME -.5:30 PM LOCATION: 316 Park Deep Freezer Wagon J Singer Sewing Brown Swivel Machine i Rocker 1886(Germany) I Hoover Vacuum Set of 12 China Cleaner (4) Wood Chairs I Trunk Kitchen Table W/ i Doll - Hats State to help business cut paekaog,ng WaeSteof (]3og) GOI00 Environmental -Assistance (tEA) has recently published the on-line Reusable Transport Packaging Directory, which is available at www.moea.state.mn.us/transport. Businesses that switch to reusable transport packaging save money, reduce labor costs, and protect the environment. Reusable transport packaging is wood, metal, plastic, or composite pallets and containers that can be used multiple times. Reusable pallets and containers are designed and built to last for many years of use and replace one-time or limited-use pallets and boxes. About 50 percent of the waste generated in Minnesota comes from businesses and institutions. Over 17 percent of that waste is packaging. Nationally the U.S. EPA estimates that nearly 11 million tons of corrugated cardboard was thrown away in 1999. Reusable transport packaging offers businesses an environmentally friendly way to streamline packaging and, in turn, bolster efficiency and cut costs. Many suppliers are developing new packaging designs and services to meet the demand for reduced, reusable, and recyclable packaging. The tEA created the Reusable Transport Packaging Directory to help businesses find sources for reusable packaging and to learn more about reducing packaging waste. The directory highlights businesses that manufacture and sell many different kinds of reusable transport packaging. The directory is organized into categories such as bins, boxes, bags, containers and pallets to make the search for suppliers of efficient packaging and shipping containers easy. Kids, explore your library this summer Hey Kids! Here's a bright idea, explore your library this summer! The Ortonville Public Library has invented a ton of fun programs, activities and a visit by the Science Museum of Minnesota. It will be our best summer ever! You can even earn prizes for reading when you participate in the 2003 Minnesota Summer Library Program, EXPLORE BRIGHT IDEAS AT YOUR LIBRARY. Registration will be held from June 2 through June 14. We will have two sessions this year. On Tuesdays at t:p,m, the First through Fourth graders will hold their session. On Thursday at 1:30 p.m. the Preschool through Kindergarten will meet. The program is open to all Big Stone County and Grant County residents. Stop in and sign up. We have lots of nice prizes this year and plenty of fun lined up for you. If you have questions, please call 839-2494. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING' QUICK RESULTS 2003 LUNCH BY ST. JOHN'S YOUTH Card Table Patio Set w/3 Chairs Cookware Speed Queen Doilies Wringer This is a Hand Tools partial list!ng Viking Lawn Mower of many items to be In 19o6, an Englishman living in Guatemala invented instant coffee. In 1929, the car radio was invented. In 1928, the New England Journal of Medicine reported findings by two researchers who studied 35 people with cancer of the lips, cheeks, jaw or lungs. All but one had been a smoker. ] told you to ttArn righ at the moo! [ut nnnooo, you wotldn'f , hora T' in " oo, [d KlaOW . ...... mgo g. . , Ios'l. Losfl Yo hear me nof i su[{ do on earlh. We just ter n0' be Ite getting baCK. -thaf in your star Lo9 Capt... In 1951, the United States sent four stratosphere, making them the first living e in space. Rosen Express begins sea splitting two games held in over five innings with no hit relief. Rosen outhit Morris by a 10-6 margin. Josh Wollschlaer was voted the Rosen Express baseball began the summer baseball season last weekend when they split a pair of games last weekend. On Saturday, May 24, the Express hosted Sacred Heart and came out on top with a score of 11-6. Starting pitcher, Brandon Raymo picked up the win. Others sharing the pitching duties were Darby Bjorgan and Scott Ronglien. Ronglien notched the save by toss- ing three scoreless innings. According to Coach Tom Rademacher, the hitting hero and player of the game was Tony Smith. Smith slammed a three run homer and hit a sacrifice fly ball to collect four RBI's for the day. On Memorial Day, Morris traveled to Rosen and defeated the Express 7- 4. Both teams had all their points by the fourth inning. Morris scored the last of their seven runs by the bottom of the sec- ond inning. Rosen put together a string of five consecutive hits in their half to score their four funs. Eric Asche was tagged with the loss. Cody Reiffenberger pitched CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS player of the game two hits, including RBI. You'll get the best vehicle alignment! New 4-Wheel Alignment Machine We'll handle all your insurance work Kevin's is the area's most well e( shop with two frame Towing with wrecker and roll back Major collision repair .Frame and su: Windshield repair and LOCK YOUR KEYS IN YOUR CAR? WE'LL 320-839-300 KEVIN N. Minnesota St. Ortonville, MN 56278 25th year in business at Herls To Success Past, Present& Pel00 It takes a lot of studying to earn a college degree, it takes a lot of money too. When you add up the cost of tuition, fees, room, board, books, supples, activities and other expenses, the amount can be overwhelming. If you need financial assistance, we'll be happy to talke with you about our Student Loan Programs. a Bob Bauer Stop in and talk to Bob Bauer or Deb Maher Clinton State Bank HE'-BANi,(-H, UNDERSTANDS i i Member FDIC t Page 2b  INDEPENDENT TuesdaY'