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11,, OAK TREE CLASSIC An n u a I O.o.o.,.. ~ BIG STONE HEALTH CARE FOUNDATION TOURNAMENT ~ HOLE-IN-ONE PRIZE- $2,000 IN CASH to first person to shoot a hole-in-one on par 3 holes, 2, 6, 15 and 17. Sponsored by Henrich &amp; Sons, Inc., Pizza Ranch of Ortonville and Milbank, Radio Shack of Ortonville, Rausch Bros. Monument, Strong. Inc. PLUS Golf Cart on #15 sponsored by NB Golf Cars. REGISTRATION DEADLINE - SEPT. 5, 2002 Make your own team or fill-ins will be available. $60 per person includes green fees and meal ticket ($53.00 member - $37.00 non-member tax deductible) ENTRY FORMS AVAILABLE AT: Big Stone Health Care Foundation Office & Ortonville Golf Clubhouse MULTI- ITEM SILENT AUCTION 3 Person Teams - 18 Holes SCRAMBLE FORMAT Trophies: 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place Teams PRIZES FOR MEN AND WOMEN Closest to pin .Longest drive Longest putt .Shortest drive Area news digest BOYD-An eight-year-old gelding was put to sleep Sunday after blood tests showed it tested positive for the West Nile Virus. Owned by a rural Boyd family, the horse showed signs of the virus last Thursday according to the Minneota Vet Clinic. Samples of blood were sent to Brookings, SD and to Ames, Iowa. The samples tested positive in Brookings. The results were not available yet from Iowa. Four other horses in Minnesota have tested positive for the virus, which was discovered recently in Minnesota after two dead crows tested positive. MONTEVIDEO-Friday evening, July 26, an accident happening near Montevideo included the deaths of three family members - Larry and Jamie Bauer of Montevideo and their only son five-year-old Lucas and a 20 year-old rural Raymond man, victim of the second pickup involved in the accident. The latter's name was Todd Ahrenholz. There were also four young men injured in the accident. KERKHOVEN-The Swift County Sheriff's Department is investigating allegations that a 16-year-old female was sexually assaulted in Kerkhoven on Saturday, July 20. Several suspects have been interviewed. The investigation is continuing. DAWSON-Podiatrist Dr. Michael DeBrule has joined the Johnson Memorial Hospital staff as an Outreach Program specialist. He is taking over for Dr. Jay Ohlsen, who recently retired after almost 40 years of medical service in the area. Dr. DeBrule treats conditions of the foot, ankle, leg and hand by medical and surgical methods. He specializes in elective surgery, wound care, sports medicine and biomechanics. Dr. DeBrule's primary office is located in Marshall. In addition to Dawson, he travels to Madison, Montevideo, Slayton, Tracy and Westbrook. APPLETON-On the evening of Friday, July 19 at about 7:34 p.m., the Swift County Sheriff's Department was notified by the Stevens County Sheriff's Department that the Hancock Police Department was in pursuit'of a black Ford extended cab pickup. The Hancock Police lost sight of the vehicle. The fleeing vehicle was later encountered by the Swift County Sheriff's Department as it traveled at a high rate of speed into Swift County. The Swift County portion of the pursuit terminated on 40th St. NW, a dead end minimum maintenance road west of County Road 5 in Hegbert Township. The four occupants of the pickup fled on foot into a corn field. All four suspects were soon located and taken into custody withcLoffering any further resistance. A 16-year-old male driver was arrested by the Swift County Sheriff's Department and held over the weekend in the Prairie Lakes Detention Center in Willmar. The juvenile appeared in Swift County District Court on Monday, July 22 on charges of fleeing a peace Officer in a motor vehicle and underage drinking and driving. The juvenile was placed under house arrest and released by the court to the custody of his parents. Christopher Lee, age 19 of Ortonville, is the registered owner of the suspect vehicle and is alleged to also have driven the vehicle during the pursuit He was arrested by the Hancock Police Department on a felony charge of fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle. Two other occupants of the suspect vehicle were Anthony Johnson, age 26 of Ortonville and Lance Reyelts, age 21 of Peever, SD. Big Stone City Gall Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Katie Remund is spending a few days with Roger and Sis Torgerson. John and Barbara Lund are out here from the Cities living at the Schumacher's farm. Edith Van Lith spent from July 19th to July 28th in Fridley visiting her daughters Theresa Van Lith and Ann Boklcom. On the 27th of July Edith attended a Van Lith family reunion in Rockfort. Greg Barnett of Sioux Falls stopped by Thursday morning, July 25th to visit Arlin and Verna Angerhofer for about an hour before continuing on his way to Ottertail Lake in Minnesota where he was going to attend a Barnett family reunion. On his way back home on Saturday to Sioux Falls he stopped off at the Angerhofers and had noon lunch with them. Arlin and Verna Angerhofer attended the installation and ordination service for Pastor Kim Kanitz at the St. John's Lutheran Church in Revillo. On route home they stopped at the Robert and Olga Angerhofer's home in rural Milbank and visited for a little while. Saturday, July 27th and Sunday, July 28th Delores Bengtson spent two days with Rod and Cindy Bublitz and family in Watertown. Delores also visited with her grandson Mick Loy in Watertown. Cindy's granddaughter Emma Ward from Sioux Falls was staying over the week-end also. On Sunday, July 28th a 70th wedding anniversary party was held for Lee and Dorothy Whiting at Northridge. Many friends and relatives attended. Kevin Roggenbuck and his brother- in-law Scott St. Martin from Inver Grove Heights visited Sally Roggenbuck of Northridge for the week-end of July 26th. They also participated in the golf tournament which was held Sunday afternoon, July 28th. On Sunday afternoon, July 28th Sue Roggenbuck of Brooklyn Park visited Sally Roggenbuck 'of Northridge. Sue Roggenbucks' brother-in-law Quentin Roggenbuck of St. Paul who coached the baseball team won the championship at the tournament. The Northridge residents had planned a one day cruise on the Eahtonka on Thursday, Aug. 1st, but it was cancelled because of the high wind. Gall Maxwell visited Sally Roggenbuck of Northridge. Thursday evening, Aug. 1st Sally Roggenbuck of Northridge visited Clela McFarland, Minnie Seilin, and Darlene Barnhardt all of Northridge. Court report (Week of July 23, 2002) ORTONVILLE POLICE DEPT. Cory Lee Schmieg, Big Stone City, SD, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. William Jake Witte, Beardsley, Issue Dishonored Check/Issue Dishonored Check, Fined $80, Surcharge $35, Restitution $72.60, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: 30 days. Donna Jo Stueve, Dumont, Speeding/Disobey Stop Sign, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Nathan William Davis, Twin Brooks, SD, Consumption/2nd/Non-Driver/Open Bottle/Passenger, Fined $200, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 30 days for l yrs. Luis Raul Serrano, Jr., Sherman, TX, Speeding 48/30/. 15/DUl/Third Degree, Fined $t050, Stayed $500, Surcharge $70, Court Costs $20, Jl/Prison: Stayed 30 days for l yrs. MN HIGHWAY PATROL Gregory Lynn Swenson, Coon Rapids, Speeding 69155, Fined $45, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $I 5. Dennis Ronald Henley, Greeley, CO, Basic Speed/Over 55 MPH, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Dale Frederick Hieb, West Fargo, ND, Speeding 75/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Lois Patricia Erickson, Bloomington, Speeding 69155, Fined $45, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Conrad Joseph Dickmann, Graceville, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court Costs, S15. - Kathleen Leila Shaw, Eureka, SD, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Matthew Lynn Strobl, Savage, Speeding 70/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Jeffrey William Cuppett, Mountainview, CA, Speeding 70155, Fined $55, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $]5. Howard Charles Rasmussen, Conrad, MT, Speeding 80155, Fined $65, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. BIG STONE CO. SHERIFF Joel David Compton, Hemingford, NE, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Verne Leroy Kannagiesser, Cyrus, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Jerry Lee Kirkland, Lebanon, KS, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. David Ray Thompson, Watertown, SD, No Seatbelt, Fined $25, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10. Thad Earl Chergosky, Cambridge, Speeding 65155, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Lacey-Krystal Hills, Beardsley, Ophthalmology Associates now offers the latest clear cornea no-stitch surgery. Outpatient surgery is performed at Ortonville Hosoital. For an appointment, ca111-800-255-7448. Reach us on the Internet at http://members.aol.com/abrophth. Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Molly K. Martyn, Hudson, Speeding 75/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Brady Allen Furhman, Graceville, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Jonathan Robert Thompson, New London, Speeding 69/55, Fined $45, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Christopher William Charles, Cyrus. Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Jared James Schwebach, Dumont, Consu mption/Non-Driver/2nd, Fined $500, Stayed $300, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 15 days for 1 yrs. DNR Paul Charles Tinklenberg, Ortonville, Take Goose/Close Season, Fined $545, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Speak out about trans The future of Minnesota's trans- portation system is up for discussion. Transportation in Minnesota will take center stage at a Transportation Dialogue to be held in Granite Falls at the Super 8 Motel on Thursday (August 15) at 1 p.m. Registration begins at 12:30 p.m. Minnesotans are invited to attend and comment on the 20-year Statewide Transportation Plan "Moving Minnesota 2003" that the Minnesota Department of Transportation proposes. "People want to tell us what they think and we want to listen," said Mn/DOT's Deputy Commissioner Doug Weiszhaar, who will chair the dialogue sessions. 'q hope people attend and give their perspective, because it is important in how we plan for future." Mn/DOT's updated plan for the modes of trans es specific Mn/DOT seeks "Accountabili key to our work, "We are striving portation system safely meets the citizens." The an open tion policies that transportation sions. Partici rank the im and discuss why The public's ed in the Transportation sented to the Legislature People who Transportation Falls can provide transportation Mn/DOT BIG STONE COUNTY 4-H members of the Odessa Jolly Workers and Clever Clovers attended open lamb show at Pope County Fair in Glenwood. They include Rebecca Johnson, Michael Thoreson, Ben Roe, Mike Roe, Ashley Johnson, Sarah Maas, Seth Maas and Shane Maas. The eight 4-H members showed a total of 14 lambs. Over 100 lambs were at the open show. White face and black face lambs are shown separately. And shown in classes divided by weights. 11 of the 14 lambs placed in the top four of their class. No. 1 Soy No. 1 Soy Corn INDEP wANT Ommi]00s 00,,mfl 8:3(3 AM Cenex Medallion flunt t .,...t.,, 4:?qLT:t') PM Chuckwagor. Jamboree/Music Arts, Crafts & Food Vendors Set Up 6:(X)-10:00 PM Beer Garden L ......... ,,* ',  ,,', ,,,, I, I ,r,. I  t'.. t,,..,,t 6:.') P\\;I Bingo at JayCee llall in Big Stone 7:tgl-'4:(g) PM Ice Cream Social. ,,,,, ,,... h-h,r..d Mu u,, t):tX} PM-12 "Henry's Sights & Sounds'" Street Dance 9 PM-I AM "Johnny Holm" ., ...... H,,,. v. ........ AT DLSK Fireworks - :: FIREWORKS Friday, August 16th ,VF DL:K ,H the' l(t I BIG  |'ONi'2 I_\\;txl CORNFEST STREET DANCE 1 Friday, August I6th Ji 3t.I t, 12 LXJ ,lldl;jH =Henry Sights & Sounds" I ORTONVILLE 2002 ROYALTY [ , ' , Queen -Ama, mdla Arndt I , " Princess - Cagey MIeUtz [ 0 Prlncess - Megan Reiffenberger | Little  Ortonale - Hannah Enltlce I . ..... , ,, ,,,,,, From Hayward, Wisconsin It's SCHEER'S LUMBERJACK SHOW SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 3 PERFORMANCES - 11 AM, 3 PM & 7 PM CROSS CUT SAWING . AXE THROWING . JOUSTING CHAINSAW CARVING . LOG ROLLING . AND MORE! Sponsored by KDIO, Power 106, Hasten Con>truction, Ortom,ille Stone, Dairy Qn, Lndber Constnction, Big Stone Motel. Ronglien Excavating. Pnjressive Collision a.d Northsid Medical Center 7:00-11 :(X) AM Fly-In Pancake Breakfast - , S 0(! A\\;| "Tour de Corn" - -p,.,,, a , , ,iL,,, S?.I -\\;\I Cenex Medallion tlunt -  ,; ,, t:C) A\\;I Street Hockey - -; .........  ,, ,,-, ..... +:t)O AX1 Centerfire Target Shoot - -; .......... +,, ':00 ,1 OIlS Alumni Association Meeting - t ,,,,.+.,, . ,r,+ ,, t r,,,,,, +,  hh ' b,, : 10:t) ',,l Turtle Races IO:(X) A\\;I Arts, Crafts & Food Vendors Open 10:IXI-I:3< Car Show - -; ..... ,,..! t, !,-,,,,  :  .- I I:(!+ 12:31 Air Show - - ....... ! ., ,,+,,, ,+,, I I:(X) AM Scheers Lumberjack Show + 12t NWt Dunk Tank - ..+ ..... . t . .,,  .... 12:[) Norm Beer Garden --, , a I....  .. 12:1S-4 ) I+'+1 Stars in the Park - . ..... -.t I:tX I'X1 Hole-In-One Contest -  ........ .u., I:IPO P%I WWII Veterans Tribute - 2001+M KiddieluniorOlympics . :tXI 1+\\;1 Scheers Lumberjack Show - 1.,-+,a J i kl )It  I'.,,,', +,. I in..,, ,, R,.,ct..,, i .. ,J,tm. Vr,r--,  ,,H,-.., =+, PM Water Fight - -,. ........  ,, .,, r -'. :- 7:lR PM Scheers Lumberjack Show - 7:3a-8:) PM Kids On Broadway - - ..........  , SUPPORT CORNFEST... BUY A BUTTON! . HOLE-IN-()NE CONTEST - " Saturday & Sunday. Aug. 17 & 18 16th Annual Big Stone Cruisers CAR SHOW  Plum llkdel Car Ihow Saturday, Aug. 17 10= m. Io 30 p.ln. t =*h trivia Q+ 7:45 AM I 8:34! &Xl CeneX S:i \\;\1 Star '0: ?g ) -\\;\l Ilt:(IO A\\;I IO:31) A\\;t I I:1 ,'\\;1 BeerG 11 AM-I 1+M sweet 12t1-2:(' I'M MusiC" 2:1) 1+\\;| "< ) 1+Xl ql} I)",1 CroWll ':l X) I'%1 SUPPORT KIDS Sunday. 3:30 p.m. Second 4 - Third SWEET CENEX MEDALLION HUNT Starting Monday, August 12th!  $ tlNTIL tlE0klJ, JO  rt,+l dkt. ".h,l, %lu-I b.l,' L ,,rnul I.,tl,: t,, V.uh. ll,.l, I tee (,a al,d (}n+ I s Pinta a M.mlh h,r + 'lear. August "Fha,k., to all who hm'c lttmah'd to IMp make t,tn Corn.h'st ccM,ration a For More Infommtion, Contact: Big Stone Lake Area Chamber of Commerce at 3gqM9-34, INDEPENDENT