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UMD announces spring Dean's List The University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) has announced its Deans List for Spring Semester 2010. Students on the Deans List have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. The five colleges within UMD are: College of Education and Human Service Professions (CEHSP), College of Liberal Arts (CLA), College of Science and Engineering (CSE), School of Business and Economics (SBE) and the School of Fne Arts (SFA). Named to the Dean's List was Jeremy Sellin of Ortonville, Swenson CSE. TROJAN SENIOR JESSE ROSCOE had plenty to smile about holding the Class A State Championship Trophy and plenty of security behind him. Jesse's brother Ramsey Roscoe, with back to camera, shows off the security shirt that he wore during the tournament. Fredrichsen named to President's List Tyler Fredrichsen of Big Stone City formerly of Bellingham has been named to the President's List for the 2010 Spring semester at Minnesota State Community and Technical College. To earn this scholastic achieve- ment, a student must complete 12 or more credits for the semester with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. The highest attainable average is a 4.0. I ,,a,sk a Trooper By Sgt. Kathy Pederson of the Minnesota State Patrol Dear Trooper Kathy: We were having a garage sale and the highway department came and took all our signs away. Can they do that? Trooper Kathy says: Yes. In fact Mn/DOT has asked me to remind you about keeping event signs, items for sale, real estate signs, campaign signs and any other markers away from highway rights of way. Here is a recent request from MN Department of Transportation. With summer here, we are already seeing an increase in advertising signs and items for sale placed illegally along state highways to attract the attention of passing motorists. Placing unauthorized signs and other objects on state highway right of way is illegal. It can distract drivers and obstruct their vision. "Signs created to attract a driver's eye can easily distract motorists from paying full attention to driving." Placing signs or objects in highway right of way is a misdemeanor violation punishable by a maximum $1,000 fine and/or 90 days in jail. Highway rights of way include driving lanes, shoulders, ditches, clear zones and sight corners at intersections. State law also says that signs and other items may not be placed on private property outside of the right of way limits but in proximity to a roadway without consent of the landowner. Mn/DOT crews will remove all signs within the right of way without notice. Large items commonly found in rights of way include cars and other vehicles, boats and motors, campers and travel trailers, commercial stands and large bales of hay. These objects: Present safety concerns, inhibit proper drainage, catch debris, restrict mowing, spraying and other road maintenance activities. For information about roadway regulations, right of way boundaries or where to find signs and items that have been removed, contact your local Minnesota Department of Transportation Office. If you have any questions regarding traffic safety and/or traffic laws, please email her at kathy.pederson@ state.mn.us. Sgt. Pederson will not offer advice on specific situations or real events, which involve law enforcement. After 30 Years at Minnwest Bank Lucie Thoreson has announced her RETIREMENT Lucie on her retwement .... and thanks her for her many years of servwe at the bank: She and her husband Gary plan to stay in the area and L " {o " .... uslrtg more time on her SignatUre HomeStyles business. J Steaks, Roasts, Hamburger Pork Chops & Roasts 25 LB. BEEF BUNDLE 20 LB. PORK BUNDLE $79.95 $39.95 Minnwest Bank 21 Southeast Second Street, P.O. Box 128 1 Ortonville, MN 56278 (320) 839-2568 Member FDIC Ewu.lm LENDER www.m i n nwestban k.co rn I PROUDLY DISPLAYING THE CLASS A CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF TROPHY ace the three seniors from this year's team. Pictured from left to right are Jesse Roscoe, Bryn Stock and Charlie Stattelman. Jesse was com- peting in his third state tournament, while Bryn and Charlie competed in their second. Students named to NDSU Dean's List Area Minnesota students were among the 2,848 North Dakota State University students in Fargo to be placed on the Spring 2010 dean's list. Included from our area are Kara L. Maatz, in Nursing, and Isaac J. Mork, both of Bellingham; Rebecca A. Hillman, in Natural Resources Mgt. from Odessa; Tiffany M. Giese, in Exercise Science, and Amanda J. Maas, in Zoology, both of Ortonville, Justin S. Stamp, in Ag Economics of Marietta. From Madison: Derek B. Bremseth, in Const. Engineering, Lucas J. Bremseth, in Computer Science, and Nathan W. Stottler, in Landscape Architecture. From Clinton: Chad D. Gillespie, in Const. Engineering; Alissa K. Grimes, in Pharmacy, and Teresa A. Martig, also in Pharmacy. From Browns Valley: Kyla J. Gruby, in Dietetics, Nicholas M. Hansen, in Finance, and Brady E. Thompson, in Physical Education. Area students among graduates at NDSU Minnesota students were among the 1,292 students to graduate from North Dakota State University, Fargo, in Spring 2010. Included from this area were Tyler Tubbs (with honors), of Chokio, and Joshua McAlister of Clinton. Stinker Day run, walk scheduled Madison's 25th annual Stinker Day three mile Lutefisk Run and one mile Uff Da Walk will be held Wednesday, June 30. The run and walk will get underway at 6:30 p.m. Start and finish line will be at the cor- ner of the Madison VFW which is located at 711 Second St. This will result in a slightly altered race route from previous years. Trophies will be awarded to the overall man and woman runner and first place finishers in six categories for each male and female group. Categories include: Preteen under 13, Teenagers 13-19, Open 20-29, Seniors 30-39, Masters 40-49 and Silver Foxes Over 50. A Dairy Queen coin will be given to all participating run- ners and walkers. Finishing runners will receive a Lou T. Fisk t-shirt. Pre-registration entry fee for the runners is $10 and $1 for walkers. Day of the race the entry fee will be $12 for runners. Pre-registrations may be sent to John Shurb, Rt. 1, Box 469, Louisburg, MN 56256, or left at Main Street Decorating in Madison. By telephone call 320-568-2435, 320- 568-2443 or 320-598-7688. All are invited to come to Madison and participate in this fun event by running, walking o watching. Many other events are on the schedule dur- ing Madison's 53rd annual Stinker Day. BLASTING HIS WAY OUT OF THE ROUGH is Trojan junior Nick Giese at the Class A State Golf Tournament last Wednesday, June 16. " l site www, ortonvilleindependent.com ] HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8AM-5:3OPM; Sat. 8AM-5PM ORTONVILLE, MN PHONE (320) 839-2653 Per Lb. HALF A HOG ....................... OEU 'URv ................. $3.99 Locally Grown Pork - Per Lb. 0 " Per Lb. Hamburger Patties ......... $2,99 Lcally Grwn Beef" Per Lb'QuARTERS & SIDES...' t/ ,85 Pioneer's Own - Per Lb. HICKORY SMOKED BACON ................................................. $3.99 Tuesday, June 22, 2010 INDEPENDENT Page 7