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Profitable farms, clean water and abundant fish and wildlife The University of Minnesota's West Central Regional Sustainable Development Partnership (WCRSDP) is proud to announce financial support to CURE (Clean Up the River Environment) in the amount of $46,000 for two-years to coordinate a diverse partnership through, the Profitable Farms, Clean Water, and Abundant Fish and Wildlife Project. The Project will allow CURE to work closely with the University, U of MN Extension, and other diverse organizations and agencies ensuring that Best Management Practices (BMPs) and unique new land manage- ment practices are incorporated for . implementation under the new Conservation Security Program (CSP) in the 2002 Fanu Bill. Building an understanding of and the correlation between a healthy watershed and a healthy rural commu- nity is a necessary precondition for our region's sustainability. By engag- ing an increasing number of farmers in participation in the CSP, the Project will create the opportunity for public dialogues between tarmers, agencies, organization, and citizens about the far-reaching benefits from successful implementation of the CSP. "We clearly recognize the impor- tance of partnership efforts. Not only is it wise in terms of combining human and financial resources for our region, but it also provides additional innovative perspectives and ideas," says Amy Rager, Regional Extension Educator. Core Leaders for the Project include: CURE, U of MN staff and Extension Service. regional farmers, Department of Natural Resources (DNR), U of MN Water Resources Center, Minnesota Conservation Fe.deration (MCF), Minnesota River Data Center/Mankato State, Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD), Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS), Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA), and Board of Water and Soil Resources (BWSR). The Project will focus efforts to ensure that all citizens fully under- stand the potential economic benefits for farmers under the CSP This diverse partnership will promote the full and effective implementation of the CSP and offer our region the chance to turn our declining family- based agriculture system around and reintroduce new vigor into our rural economy, communities, and environ- ment. All of society, especially rural areas like ours, will benefit from maintaining abundant and sustainable family farms that provide us with pro- tection of our soil, water, air, and fish and wildlife habitat. Look for CSP informational meet- ings in your county in early 2003. For more information about the Project contact CURE at 320-269-2984 or Amy Rager at 320-669-4471. Over SS Midwesterners have recently been . COLI infected by two separate strains of E. Coll. The illness typically shows itself within 2 to 4 days of eating contaminated meat. In these cases ground beef is suspected to have spread the infection. The recent outbreak of E.Coli affects at least 21 counties across Wisconsin as well as Minnesota and Illinois. More than 2 dozen .people have been hospitalized so far, affecting everyone from children as young as 1 to seniors as old as 77. r Eating contaminated meat can cause serious illness and permanent damage to your digestive system, If you or a loved one have suffered from the effects of E. Coli, you may be eligible for financial damages. Coil the law firm of Jnmes Rolshouse g Associates loft free at !-800-820-4340 to discuss your legal rights. ames E. Rolshouse, A.orny1800.820.4340 Court report (Week of Oct. 1, 2002) ORTONVILLE POLICE DEPT. Francisco Grajeda Vega, Oklahoma SD, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. John Anthony Gaskin. Rosholl. SD. Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Wendy Diane West, Watertown, SD. Speeding 70/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. City, OK, Consumption/Non-Driver. - Fined $95, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15 Michael Thomas Kelley, Ortonville. DWI-Third Degree, Fined $1500, Stayed $500, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $140, Jail/Prison: Stayed 120 days for 1 yrs. MN HIGHWAY PATROL Warren Melcher Miller, Princeton. Speeding 55/45, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Patricia Ann Karels, Big Stone City, SD, Speeding 71/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $I 5. Seth Allen Gary, Graceville, Speeding 74/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Brenda Lee Taffe, Graceville, Speeding 75/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Gone Arian Harris, Wahpeton, ND, Speeding 66/55, Fined $45, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Norman Frank Rogers, Jr., Mitchell, SD, Speeding 80/55, Failure to Appear. DL Suspended. BIG STONE CO. SHERIFF Daralie Thorson, Clinton, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Keith Lyle Hoffman, Bellingham, Fail to Use Seatbelt, Fined $25, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10. Gary David Remily, Doland, SD, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Margaret Marie Berge, Sisseton, SD, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Troy Donald Carrington, Graceville, DUl/3rd Degree, Fined $1000, Stayed $650, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 30 days for 2 yrs. Donald Lewis Finberg, Clinton, Speeding 69/55, Fined $45, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Paul Bertram Frevert, Big Stone City, Doris Lucille Burger, Wheaton, "31Q.eding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $35,Y::urt Costs $15. Justin Richard Hennessy, Moorhead, 5th Degree Assault/Disorderly Conduct, Fined $2000, Stayed $1000, Surcharge $70, Court Costs $20, Jail/prison: 15 days Stayed 90 days for 1 yrs. Joseph Herman Lauinger, Fargo, ND, Speeding 69/55, Fined $45, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Elijah Michael Lawrence, East Bethel, Expired Plates/No Proof Insurance, Fined $520, Stayed $200, Surcharge $70. Court Costs $20, Jail/Prison: Stayed 30 days for 1 yrs. SD/MN business tax seminars offered in Oct. Two seminars being held in St. Paul this month will offer helpful state tax information to area business owners who conduct business in both South Dakota and Minnesota. The South Dakota and Minnesota Departments of Revenue are hosting the Border Issues Seminars which are scheduled for Oct. 16-17, 2002 at the Minnesota Department of Revenue. 600 N. Roberts in St. Paul. A Sales ad Use Tax Seminar is set for Wednesday, Oct. 16th from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. with a Contractors' Tax Seminar scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 17th from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Topics to be coveredat the seminars include how and when to apply for a sales tax license; when to apply Minnesota vs South Dakota tax; exemptions from sales and use taxes; nontaxable uses of tangible goods; agricultural products and production; exempt entities; local taxes; use tax; purchases for resale; filing returns by paper and electronically; and an NORTHEAST CENTER Serving N.E. South DakotJ and Western Minnesota for Seeing patients weekly at the Or Call Lori Larson at 320-839-2502 for an a WE ACCEPT MEDICARE ASSIGNMENT 16051 or 1-; Mallard Business Tey L Seemaw/Ad). Mktmel L VNer, ILD. Watertown, update on the Streamlined Sales Tax Project. Both seminars are offered free of charge. Interested individuals can register by calling the South Dakota Department of Revenue at 1-800- TAX(829)-9188 or on-line at www.state.sd.us/revenue/ classreg.htm or by contacting the Minnesota Department of Revenue at 651-297-4213. Open Adeline An open house honor of Adeline birthday will be 20th, 2002, at the Sons Madison. , Hours will be frol gifts, please. Holiday G Saturday, Nov. 2 NooO Lantern Inn, Milbank Champagne Luncheon and Tickets $15- Reserve yours at Linda's All proceeds go to the Cancer Walk TIME & MON YOUR PLANT We can Custom handle applied anhydrous ammonia or dry fertilizer (1) Custom-applied nitrogen in the fall saves you time for other work that needs to be done before freeze-up. all your00plant food needs... BY APPLYIN OD THIS FALL (2) You get a faster, more complete applica0n ,when you let us do your fertilizer for you with NO INTERRUPTION! (3) Anhydrous is metered with Dickey-John monitor. No guessing, no waste of fertilizer and time. ..... ;, ,.* .  . 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