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"Town ~t lm~t" 11 ........... II I :H III I I ..,.,,,,--' ..... ..... TROJAN FOOTBALL PRACTICE officially began on Monday, Aug. 16. Approximately 39 players in grades 9- 12 reported for the first practice. The Trojans will open up the 2010 season on Thursday, Sept. 2 at Fulda with gametime set for 7 p.m. OHS CROSS COUNTRY RUNNERS are shown above warming up before going on their morning run. Prac- tice officially began on Monday, Aug. 16 for the 2010 season. Coach Lynn Keller has 18 athletes (13 boys and six girls) out for the sport this year. The Trojans will open their season on Monday, Aug. 30 at the Morris Invita- tional starting at 5:30 p.m. MILBANK HOUSE MOVERS placed second in the Ortonville Co-Ed Softball Tournament held Aug. 10-11 and 17-18 at Northside Fields. MHM defeated the VFW in the first game, but lost to the VFW in the second game in the double elmination tournament. Team members shown above are in front from left to right Karl Brustuen, Beth Brustuen, Kayla Mielitz, Kandra Murray, Kara McLain and Andrew Maus. Back row left to right are Jason Kellen, Brian Carlson, Aaron Adelman, Travts Radermacher, Josh Kellen, Cody Sigler and Andrew Weber. Not pictured was Suzy Kellen. SIGN UP NOW FOR &CAIDlglY (A Greenquist Academy Association SchooD UNDER THE DIRECTION OF Miss Naomi Even 2nd Degree Black Belt Tae Kwon Do 8 Week Session: Sunday Night Clas'ses l~tructiOn~" FOR ALL STUDENTS -" oeneel Dues: $50.00 Family Rates Available/ 4t FOR MORE INFO, CALL '2 TAE KWON DO *~w~mlm Deer hunters who use a firearm or muzzleloader hunters may only harvest son in a lottery area. that hunter still muzzleloader in a lottery area and want a buck unless they apply for and re- can hunt statewide during the muzzle- to harvest an antlerless deer must apply ceive an either-sex permit, which al- loader season in any managed or inten- for an either-sex permit by the Thurs- lows them to harvest an antlerless deer. sive area. day, Sept. 9, deadline established by For 2010. all firearm and muzzleloader Lottery winners will receive permits the Minnesota Department of Natural hunters must apply if they want to take via U.S. mail. Hunters may apply for Resources (DNR). an either-sex deer. Successful appli- an either-sex permit through any Elec- Nearly half of Minnesota's deer per- cants will be able to take an antlerless tronic License System agent, online at mit areas now are lottery areas. They deer in that area only during the season mndnr.gov/buyalicense or by calling 1.- include deer permit areas 103. 108. listed on the application. 888-665-4236. 118,119,127,152,155,169,171,172. "For example, if you apply for the Bonus permits cannot be used in lot- 173,176,183,184, 197,218,219,223, permit for the muzzleloader season, it's tery deer areas, regardless of weapon 224,229,230,235,238,246,247,250, not valid during firearms season", Cor- type. Hunters who are unsuccessful in. 251,252, 253,255,258,259,262,269, nicelli said. the lottery may only harvest a legal 270, 271,272,273,274,275,276,277. This year, hunters are able to apply buck throughout the season m lottery 278,279,280, 281,283,285,289,290, for one firearm and one muzzleloader deer areas. 291,294,295. 296,299. 338A. 338B, permit. However, a hunter cannot take Archery hunters may take a deer of 347A, 347B. more than one deer from all lottery either sex in a lottery area without ap- "Annually we estimate deer num-areas during all deer seasons, which in- plying for a permit. Archery hunters bers using a population model that con- clude archery, firearms and muzzle- who are successful in any lottery area siders harvest and over-winter loader, may not harvest another deer from any survival," said Lou Cornicelli, DNR Individuals who are successful in other lottery area using a bow. firearm big game program coordinator. "We both lotteries may only fill one permit, or muzzleloader. They may harvest ad- then use that information to determine If the permit is filled during the firearm ditional deer using bonus permits in which areas would be designated as season, the muzzleloader either-sex managed and intensive areas. lottery." permit is no longer valid. If a hunter In lottery deer areas, firearms and harvests a deer during the firearms sea- iI Raymond, Sacred Heart winners in State Tournament The two Region 9C Amateur Base- ball teams were both victorious in their opening games last Saturday in the 2010 State Amateur Baseball Tour- nament. Sacred Heart defeated St. Martin 10-0, while Raymond was a v~inner over Lake Henry 11-6. Two local play- ers were drafted and are participating in this years State Tournament. Or- tonville Rox pitcher Chris Fellows was drafted by Sacred Heart, while Minnesota's 2010 Waterfowl Hunt- ing Regulations handbook will be available beginning Friday, Aug. 20. wherever hunting and fishing licenses are sold, online at mndnr.gov/regula- tions, and in many Minnesota Depart- ment of Natural Resources (DNR) offices across the state. Hunters should familiarize them- selves with the regulations book before the hunting season begins. Among the new regulations for this year are: The daily bag limit for pintail has been increased to two. The bag limit for other species is as follows: four mallards (only one hen mallard) two redheads, two scaup, two wood ducks. one black duck, one canvasback. If not listed, up to six ducks of a species may be taken. The possession limit is twice the daily limit. Canada geese may be harvested for 85 days (Oct. 2-Dec. 25) statewide and the bag limit has been increased to three. The season will be split in the Rochester Goose Zone. Details are out- lined on pages 21-25 of the regulations book. Youth younger than 16 are re- quired to obtain a free license before hunting small game or waterfowl. Har= vest Information Program (HIP) certi- fication also is required to hunt waterfowl with the free license. This requirement applies to youth partici- pating in Youth Waterfowl Day on Sat- arday, Sept. 18. Persons leaving waters of the state must drain boating-related equipment holding water and live wells and bilges by removing the drain plug before transporting the watercraft and associ- ated equipment on public roads. From Saturday, Sept. 4, through Sunday, Oct. 10, sandhill cranes may Men's Club Patio Toumament to be heldthis weekend be harvested in a portion of northwest crane hunting, wood ducks and moist Minnesota. Hunters need a $3.50 per- soil management in this year's water- mit. fowl regulations handbook. Additional In addition to information on regu- information on mpist soil management lations, season dates and bag limits, is also available on the DNR web page hunters will find articles on sandhill at mndnr.gov/waterfowl. , tWlIMF. -;;;]i co iD INSTALLATION e c~,~etz ~0c~Ns~t.s WITH OUR FOR 3 MONTHS MULTI-ROOM RECIEVERS BIG STONE CELLULAR I &II Ortonville, MN 888-839-3265 Sisseton, SD 605-698-3849 Milbank, SD 605-432-5091 Harl 's Appleto MN N T W O R K. 320-289-2465 ABTIIORIZED RETAILER ~ H~e hdva'4a~ plan requi~ 24~mt}n~ agreemeat and cr~ 0t~Sca~0n. ff ~er~ce is termina~ More the e~ of agreeme~, a cat~llatice fee of $17 50/ mo.n,~ rernaning appl~. ProgF~mming ~di~ apply dLe~ ~ fir~ 12 mon'~s. $16~m HD ~d~ f~ ~',~ v~ ~ li~ or cu rent Bcc,~nt r~ires 24-m~nth ate- rn~. 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The 2010 State Amateur Baseball Registration will be this Friday, Tournament is being held in Bird Is- Aug. 27 until 5 p.m. with a shootout land, Willmar and Spicer. scheduled for 5 p.m. For those wish- ing to take part in the shootout, you High Scores at. need to be registered by 5 p.m. The Calcutta will begin approximately at 9 Come to Progressive and let us help! Graceville Gun Club rm. for Saturday and Sundays com- bined total. High score at Graceville Gun Club On Saturday, rules will be gone for Aug 17. over at 9:15 a.m with a shotgun start Shooting 25 for UPI-Jim Hipple, at 9:30 a.m. Following play on Satur- Rick Hentges. for Hooters Lumber- day, prizes donated by various busi- David C. Anderson, for Off Con- stantly-Curt Gillespie, for Dumont nesses and individuals will be handed ~,~: Lucas Koch, Bud Anderson, for John- out. Play on Sunday will begin at, 9 a.m. son Taxidermy-David Bauer, MarLy with a shotgun start. Winners and Petersen, for ,Tri State Printing Tuner prizes will be announced shortly after Ward. Shooting 24 for Johnson Taxi- play. Teams need to be registeted no later dermy-David Bauer, for Dumont-Gary than this Wednesday, Aug. 25. No ex- Jacobs, Lucas Koch, for Claassen Construction-Tom Claassen, Jim ceptions. There is a sign-up sheet posted at the Ortonville Golf Club- Claassen, for UPI-Rick Hentges, for house. For more information contact Hooters Lumber-David C. Anderson. forTri State Printing-Harris Selvig, for Jay Stock at 320-815-3973 or Mike OffConstantly-Brady Gillespie. Swenson at 605-862-8323. .Largest In-Stock Windshield Inventory in Area .Free Estimates Shooting 23 for Hooters Lumber- .100% Customer Satisfaction .Certified Technicians on Staff Brennan Van Eps, for Claassen Con- POWERED BY... struction- A1 Eul, Tom Claassen, Jeramee Van Eps, Luke Claassen, for YOUR COMPLETE AUTO GLASS & BODY SHOP Off Constantly-Scott Gillespie, Curt Gillespie. for UPI- Rolly Karls,Dave Wollschlager, for Johnson Taxidermy- David Bauer. for Dumont-Lucas Koch. YouthLeague-RyanDanielson 12, COLLISION & GLASS CENTER' INC. Drew Danielson 7. 4, Dylan Arndt 11,8, Tanner Arndt 7.7,Alex Sis 20,25. Steve and Linda Roggenbuck Davis Groneberg 24, Marshal Mari- 109 SE Second Street Ortonville, Minnesota 56278 hart 8,10. Phone (320) 839-2255 Toll.Free 888-819-2255 _.