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AN OFFICIAL RIBBON CUTTING was held for Big Stone Lake Development, LLC of Big Stone City, SD. Shown above are owners Don Haukos and Earl Lundin cutting the ribbon along with members of the Big Stone City Development Corporation and.public. Don and Earl have recently developed land near the Big Stone City ball field, where two new houses, owned by Patti Holtquist and Sue Christensen, are now located. Lawma roug Smart investments in children are an investment in Minnesota's future That statement is the reason behind a just-released yearly report card on state lawmakers from the Children's Defense Fund Action Council. Votes on five pieces of Minnesota child- focused legislation - relating to poverty, health coverage and juvenile justice - were tallied, and each legis- lator was given a grade based ,on the votes he or she made. Following the political process to see exactly how lawmakers vote can be difficult, according to Jim Koppel with Children's Defense Fund Minnesota. "This report card is an attempt to say to politicians, 'We're watching; we expect you to take better care of our children; we expect you to give a priority to Issues that impact chil- dren. And we'll report how you vote so that the public can see this.'" Forty-four of 67 Minnesota sena- tors received a score of 100 percent, and only one senator received a 0- lens percent score. In the Minnesota House. 67 representatives received a 100-percent score and 13 received a score of zero percent. Koppel contends that society is responsible for ensuring that chil- dren's basic needs are being met "Children don't vote. they don't advocate for themselves, so adults need to advocate for them. But we have too many adults who are not child-focused, do not see the future through the eyes of children or see how their actions impact children." He hopes the report card spurs public action. 'We want the public to respond to this and ask. 'Why do we have so many legislators who don't make chil- dren a priority?'" Koppel adds that the scores are not an endorsement of, or an opposition to, any lawmaker, but are simply a record of how they voted. The state and congressional scorecards are available at www.cdfactioncouncil.org. TOUR #1 - MAY 25-JUNE 2 See MLB games in Chicago (Cubs), St. Louis, Kansas City, Target Field and two games in Denver (Colorado Rockies). ~ $1,450tperson based on double hote( occupancy .~, ,~ TOUR #2 - JUNE 20-31 See MLB games in Boston, New York (Yankeest, Chicago (Cubs), Miiwaukee, Cleveland, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C. We will also be attending the Induction Ceremonies st the BasebaJl Hall of Fame on July 24. $1,950/perocn based on double hotel occupancy B~ toc~ ~/huve add/~ s MEMBERS OF THE OHS THEATER DEPARTMENT rehearse for their upcoming production of "Classics, Calamities, and Clever Characters". Show I, consisting of "Huh, Level 12, and the Geological Horses", "Othello: A Tragic Comedy in Way Too Many Acts" and "The Smartest Woman in the Kingdom" win be presented on Friday, Nov. 19 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 21 at 2 p.m. Show II, which will feature "The Barber of Seville", Holmes on the Range and Hamlet with Extra Cheese will be presented Saturday, Nov. 20 and Monday, Nov. 22 both at 7:30 p.m. The production is under the direction of Lisa Berdan and Nancy Marthaler. Be sure to join us for our upcoming Friday, Nov. 26 & Saturday, Nov. lO:OOam-5:OOpm lO:OOam-3:OOpm LOTS OF CUTE ITEMS FOR ENTERTAINING and .Homemade Potpourri Centerpieces & Much More Both Oa s! Deals / :u :etb rrY l T. .... . ' OF HOME AND J me [ore. MAOE TO ORDER... HOLIDAY DECOR/ J Open Wed.-Fri., lOam-5pm; Sat. lOam-3pm - Call for evenings/ Great for business gifts, family or friends! Fill with candles, wine accessories, lots of UNTIL ISTMAS Tissue inflammation or infection?. 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