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BIG STONE SQUIRTS are pictured above. Coaches are Bob Georgen and Cheryl Kaiser. In back, Hayden Knip, Emily Torgerson, Samantha Rushford, Colby Gimmestad and Tony Schake. Middle, Austin Stoddard, Jade Hasslen, Jenae Schneider, Amanda Georgen, Megan Baerwaldt and Ashley Kaiser. In front, Derrick Pillatzki, Cole Peters, Riley Blake and Isaac CIoos. BIG STONE GRADUATES from the Class of 2003 are pictured above. In back, (I-r): Rachel Behlings, Melissa AIbright, Natasha Brotzel, Caiflin Stock, Annie Rausch, Nicholas Stotesbery. In front 0-r): Ryan Goggin, Rowan Toner, Logan Jacobson, Joseph Brandt, Joshua Schuelke, Ryan Bolsta. Big Stone City graduates 12, present student awards Twelve Big Stone City School stu- dents received diplomas on May 21, at the annual graduation/awards night ceremony. Six students received the School Board Academic Award. This award is presented to eighth graders who have maintained a B+ average or bet- ter from fourth until eighth grade. Recipients•f this award were: Rachel Behlings, Logan Jacobsen, Nicholas Stotesbery and Annie Rausch, who all had A- averages, and Joshua Schuelke and Caitlin Stock, who both had B+ OO000•O0•&apos;O00•O0 OOOeO averages.. The Presidential Academic Fitness award was given to those students who maintained at least an A- average in the seventh and eighth grades. Recipients of this award were Logan Jacobsen and Annie Rausch. Rausch and Jacobsen werre also named students of the second semes- ter, and Caitlin Stock and Jacobsen were named students of the year. The students of the year each received a $50 savings bond from the American Legion. This award is presented anu- ally to two students, a boy and girl • ." THE SEAL " COATER O Q •  ili t .... l • " Happy • . on ]uly 20th! oeooo••ooooooooooooo Willmar. Annual meeting at Bonanza Education Center Bonanza Education Center will hold its first annual meeting on Tuesday, July 22nd from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Center. A sloppy joe supper will be served along with musical entertainment provided by Dave & Meg Scholberg of Ortonville. There will be fun activities including a bird beak game where you can try your hand at being a bird and a bubble activity will be set up for younger children. There will also be guided hikes into the prairie and to the beach at Bonanza. Keynote speaker will be Patrick Moore of JavaRiver Coffee from the eighth grade class. House of Montevideo. Everyone is • The award is given based on stu- welcome to attend this free event. • dents scholastic achievement, atten- Bonanza is located 18 miles north • dance, work effort, sportsmanship, of Ortonville or 8 miles south of • citizenship, personality, cooperation, Beardsley on Highway 7. For more • appearance, rapport with teachers, information, please call the Bonanza • ability to work with peers and leader- Coordinator at 320-265-6944. O, • ship skills. • New Building • Bridal shower set • (Continued from page 1) • for Amie Ludwig • claims, and Robert V. Dalager handles • An open house bridal shower for the firm's family law and divorce • Amie Ludwig, bride-to-be of Jesse cases. • Botker, will be held Saturday, Aug, Attorneys Dennis J. Helseth and • 2nd at 2 p.m. at the David and Sharon Paul Brutlag operate in Elbow Lake. • • Botker home northwest of Clinton. Attorney Helseth handles estate plan- e All friends and relatives are ning, along with real estate and pro- • welcome, bate, and Attorney Brutlag handles • business planning and real estate. • • m.'t, -,, An open house will be held on LIUri:lry Board meet Friday from 3-5 p.m. to give the pub- • The Pioneerland Library System lic an opportunity to stop in and check • Board will meet this Thursday, July out the new locations of these two • 17, 2003, 7:30 p.m. in the businesses. Refreshments will be • multipurpose room of the Willmar offered to visitors. • Public Library, 410 Fifth Street SW, There is another office space • available for rent in the building, and any interested patrons are encouraged to take advantage of the open house to look at the available space. If you're searching for affordable motorcycle insurance, Dairyland Insurance Company has just what you're looking for. • 12 months of coverage for less than 12 months' premium • Various discounts and a renewal program that can save you another 25% or more • Preferred Cycle Program which can sav e you an additional 30% or more Give us a call. We'll help you pay less for insurance and put more in your pocket! Dairyland Insurance Company Rated A+ by A,M Best Tom Kindt Agency 113 NW First Street • Ortonville, MN Located in the CenBank building Phone 320-839-6145 All Burned Up? Tell Evcne About IL Write A To The Edtt , Schmidt's Landing Walleye League I RESULTS FOR WEDNESI)AY, JULY 9, 2003 9TII OF 13 WEEKS Points Earned 1st Rolly Karels/Ken VanDover 4.6# + .3 (release bonus) = 4.7# 10 2nd Craig Welberg/Danny Grant 2.5# + .2 (release bonus) = 2.7# 9 3rd Big Stone Therapies 1.8# + .1 (release bonus) = 1.9# 8 4th Jack's Body Shop 1.7# +. 1 (release bonus) = 1.8# 7 5th Arneson Tire Shop 1.5# +. 1 (release bonus) = 1.6# 6 (A total of 10 fish were caught & released by 17 teams!) No Big Fish this week New regs for off highway terrain vehicles Beginning July 1, the exemption for OHM's used on private land and those used exclusively in organized track racing events has been rescinded. In the past, OHM's did not need to be registered if they were to be used on private land or used exclusively in organized track racing. OHM dealers will now be required to register these vehicles for the customers, as they would for public use of OHM's. Also, the new legal description of an ATV now includes vehicles weighing up to 900 lbs. The previous description only included ATV's weighing up to 800 lbs. No one covers Minnesota better. It's comforting to know that Blue Cross and Blue <. has been providing quality health care plans for nearl, the variety of plans for individuals, groups and plans that woi Medicare, we've got you covered. Give me a call for John Stolpman I.. Ortonville Bellingham 320-839-6194 320-568-2101 BlueCrosS of Aulhorilxd ind’l,cndnl alcl for $1u’ 1; and u’ $,kidcl of Minncsola Open house for Bohlman-Asplund Jeanette Bohlman (nee Abramowski and Art Asplund invite friends and relatives to join them in celebrating their wedding day. No invitations have been mailed. No gifts please, your presence will be your gift to us. Come to Sioux Historic Park in Ortonville and enjoy the dancing music of AI and Aggie Mikesh and a BBQ meal on Sunday, July 20th, 2003 from 2-5 p.m. MinnKo Archery Shoot re. Arnie Veen Dwight PeschoN Gator Bob ZahnoW Scott Meyer  Mark BaIdry Verlan Peirce Weekly Arnie Quality Collision Repair FREE LOANER VEHICLE • Body Work & Painting oGlass Installation • Insurance Claims .Free Estimates Located one mile north of OrtonvUle on Hwy. 7 to Sioux Historic Pavilion) GARY KNOLL Call Anytime. I 1320) 839-2718 Too GOLF price of one, all day and Sunda'. Course, 3; ' call for tee times. '03 DODGE Caravan SE 1R ORF after lU UUrebate '03 GRAND Cherokee Laredo R rlafter U U rebate '03 RAM ,5oo 4x, ocoo.s '03 DAKOTA Quad Cab 4x4 Sport ["l U U rebate I ! I w FULLY TRANSFERABLE POWERTRAIN LIMITED Every new 2003 Chrysler, Dodge, or Jeep vehicle receives a Powertrain Limited Warranty that protects the hardest-working I the engine and transmission. You don't get that from Ford, It all adds up to the Best Values In HURRY. This special event ends Jeep is a registered trademark of the Daimler Chrysler Corporation "7 year or 70,000 mile Powertrain Warranty on all er for a copy of this limited warranty. A deductible applies• **For very well qualified buyers purchasing on a 60 month contract this delayed payment offer. Interest accrues from date of purchase. See dealer for details. Residency restrictions apply. and filter changes for 3-7 years depending on driving habits. See owners manual for recommended maintenance schedule. iuth tnately .e. basel Clpatin t Page 6 " iNDEPENDENT BIG STONE SQUIRTS are pictured above. Coaches are Bob Georgen and Cheryl Kaiser. In back, Hayden Knip, Emily Torgerson, Samantha Rushford, Colby Gimmestad and Tony Schake. Middle, Austin Stoddard, Jade Hasslen, Jenae Schneider, Amanda Georgen, Megan Baerwaldt and Ashley Kaiser. In front, Derrick Pillatzki, Cole Peters, Riley Blake and Isaac CIoos. BIG STONE GRADUATES from the Class of 2003 are pictured above. In back, (I-r): Rachel Behlings, MeJissa AIbright, Natasha Brotzel, Caitlin Stock, Annie Rausch, Nicholas Stotesbery. In front (I-r): Ryan Goggin, Rowan Toner, Logan Jac0bson, Joseph Brandt, Joshua Schuelke, Ryan Bolsta. Big Stone City graduates 12, present student awards Twelve Big Stone City School stu- dents received diplomas on May 21, at the annual graduation/awards night ceremony. Six students received the School Board Academic Award. This award is presented to eighth graders who have maintained a B+ average or bet- ter from fourth until eighth grade. Recipients of this award were: Rachel Behlings, Logan Jacobsen, Nicholas Stotesbery and Annie Rausch, who all had A- averages, and Joshua Schuelke and Caitlin Stock, who both had B+ averages. , • The Presidential Academic Fitness award was given to those students who maintained at least an A- average in the seventh and eighth grades. Recipients of this award were Logan Jacobsen and Annie Rausch. Rausch and Jacobsen werre also named students of the second semes- ter, and Caitlin Stock and Jacobsen were named students of the year. The , students of the year each received a $50 savings bond from the American Legion. This award is presented anu- ally to two students, a boy and girl Annual meeting at Bonanza Education Center Bonanza Education Center will hold its first annual meeting on Tuesday, July 22nd from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Center. A sloppy joe supper will be served along with musical entertainment provided by Dave & Meg Scholberg of Ortonville. There will be fun activities including a bird beak game where you can try your hand at being a bird and a bubble activity will be set up for younger children. There will also be guided hikes into the prairie and to the beach at Bonanza. Keynote speaker will be Patrick Moore of JavaRiver Coffee • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • from the eighth grade class. House of Montevideo. Everyone is " TIlE SE(:iL • • The award is given based on stu- welcome toattendthisfreeevent. • • dents scholastic achievement, atten- Bonanza is located 18 miles north . CORTER . dance, work effort, sportsmanship, of Ortonville or 8 miles south of • • citizenship, personality, cooperation, Beardsley on Highway 7. For more • • appearance, rapport with teachers, information, please call the Bonanza • • ability to work with peers and leader- Coordinator at 320-265-6944. • 0, • • •• ship skills. New Bu,ld,ng" " • • Bridal shower set • " ." for Amie Ludwig (Con..u f, om page 1) • • claims, and Robert V. Dalager handles • • An open house bridal shower for the • " Happy 60111 • " on July 2Oth! 0000•00•0000••••••0• I Schmidt's Landing Walleye League II RESULTS FOR WEDNESI)AY, JULY 9, 2003 9TII OF 13 WEEKS Poin(s Earned 1st Rolly Karels/Ken VanDover 4.6# + .3 (release bonus) = 4.7# 10 2nd Craig Welberg/Danny Grant 2.5# + .2 (release bonus) = 2.7# 9 3rd Big Stone Therapies 1.8# + .1 (release bonus) = 1.9# 8 4th Jack's Body Shop 1.7# +. 1 (release bonus) = 1.8# 7 5th Arneson Tire Shop 1.5# +. 1 (release bonus) = 1.6# 6 (A total of 10 fish were caught & released by 17 teams!) No Big Fish this week New regs for off highway No one covers Minnesota better. It's comforting to know that Blue Cross and Blue Shield of has been providing quality health care plans for nearly 70 the variety of plans for individuals, groups and plans that wodc Medicare, we've got you covered. Give me a call for more St°l00l00:n  320-839-1194 320-68-2101 '' BlueCro I 4wlhorittd iedclalcnt eLr v’ C.msJ and Blat iad q" Minntwla terrain vehicles h Beginning July 1, the exemption tbr OHM's used on private land and Open house for those used exclusively in organized L e track racing events has been Bohlman-Asplund rescinded. J I01;I1 y In the past, OHM's did not need to Jeanette Bohlman (nee be registered if they were to be used Abramowski and Art Asplund invite on private land or used exclusively in organized track racing. OHM dealers will now be required to register these vehicles for the customers, as they would for public use of OHM's. Also, the new legal description of an ATV now includes vehicles weighing up to 900 lbs. The previous description only included ATV's weighing up to 800 lbs. friends and relatives to join them in celebrating their wedding day. No invitations have been mailed. No gifts please, your presence will be your gift to us. Come to Sioux Historic Park in Ortonville and enjoy the dancing music of AI and Aggie Mikesh and a BBQ meal on Sunday, July 20th, 2003 from 2-5 p.m. Quality Collision Repair FREE LOANER VEHICLE • Body Work & Painting ,Glass Installation • Insurance Claims ,Free Estimates Located one mile north of OrtonvUle on Hwy. 7 to Sioux Historic Pavilion) GARY KNOLL Call Anytime, (320) 839-2718 Arnie Veen . Dwight Pesch0 Gator Bob ZahnoW Scott Meyer Mark Baldry Weekly Arnie Arnie '03 DODGE '03 RAM '03 Caravan SE 1500 4x4 PT includes after rebate & commer- rebate cieJ cert, firm's family law and divorce • Amie Ludwig, bride-to-be of Jesse cases. • Botker, will be held Saturday, Aug. Attorneys Dennis J. Helseth and • 2nd at 2 p.m. at the David and Sharon Paul Brutlag operate in Elbow Lake. Botker home northwest of Clinton. Attorney Helseth handles estate plan- i • All friends and relatives are ning, along with real estate and pro- • welcome, bate, and Attorney Brutlag handles • business planning and real estate. • An open house will be held on : Library Board meet Friday from 3-5 p.m. to give thepub-businesses. Refreshments will be '03 GRAND____ '03 DAKOTAn____ S,043' :Ill° The Pioneerlancl Library System lic an opportunity to stop in and check • Board will meet this Thursday, July out the new locations of these two Cherokee Laredo Quad Cab 4x4 Sport B • 17, 2003, 7:30 p.m. in the O--mafter SII alafter • multipurpose room of the Willmar offered to visitors. Public Library, 410 Fifth Street SW, There is another office space ,=prebate drl ,= rebate Willmar. available for rent in the building, and If you're searcfiing for affordable motorcycle insurance, Dairyland Insurance Company has just what you're looking for. • 12 months of coverage for less than 12 months' premium • Various discounts and a renewal program that can save you another 25% or more . Preferred Cycle Program which can save you an additional 30% or more Give us a call. We'll help you pay less for insurance and put more in your pockett Tom Kindt Agency 113 NW First Street * Ortonville, MN Located in the CenBank building Phone 320-839-6145 @ Course, 32 ' call for tee times. Dairyland Insurance Company Rated A+ by A,M. Best any interested patrons are encouraged to take advantage of the open house to look at the available space. Tell Everyone About IL Wrlte A To The Edltod , I J FULLY TRANSFERABLE POWERTRAIN LIMITED Every new 2003 Chrysler, Dodge, or Jeep vehicle receives a Powertrain Limited Warranty that protects the hardest-working the engine and transmission. You don't get that from Ford, It all adds up to the Best Values In HURRY. This special event ends Jeep is a registered trademark of the Daimler Chrysler Corporation *7 year or 70,000 mile Powertrain Warranty on all er for a copy of this limited warranty. A deductible applies• **For very well qualified buyers purchasing on a 60 month contract this delayed payment offer. Interest accrues from date of purchase. See dealer for details. Residency restrictions apply• and filter changes for 3-7 years depending on driving habits. See owners manual for recommended maintenance schedule. Page 6 " INDEPENDENT