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yoPREVENTION WEEK was recognized at Ortonville School with the Ortonville Fire De artment's . . P . l.PSter contest. Winners are shown here with Fire Prevention Officer Jason Mork. First through third ..Fers are shown here left to right In front are fourth grade winners Dylan Koch, Taylor Jones and '1 Mastel. In second row are third "rade students Christopher Weber, Ben Valek and Maria Miller In _,.1 are second graders Samantha Iushford, Raquel Nelson and Shelby Strei. In back are first grade r,"wl ;sie Stengel, Cody Homann and Daniel Sitter Apartments (Continued from Page One) PsR/EntW/7 NER iBnothseuOet?l_Vilrleecefii87entifn e ttcS:i: W " Y hich was presente to him by Fire Prevention Officer of the Ortonville Fire Department. Rent on the apartment includes all utilities except for electricity, which the tenant will be responsible for pay- ing. Rental units are available for sin- gles or families, and the buildings are located in a convenient area close to the school, hospital, and downtown. The public is encouraged to attend the Grand Opening to see all the improvements made to these build- ings. All apartments in the two build- ings will be ready to rent on Nov. 1. Wadsworth assures all tenants of superior services and upkeep in these high-quality, affordable units. Cart today! (320) 839-7197 or 839-2911 ACROSS Ction Egyptian NUns navian) t known toad I bugs genus : mlltenino former ...... 0ad with many ]/t fore r ing to a th ng f barrier tion of lt s ) 66. Spoken in Sulu archipelago Clues DOWN 1. Large burrowing rodent 2. Gelling agent in foods 3. System of religious beliefs and rituals 4. Rescue 5. Normal or sound powers of mind 6. Chadic language 7. Tropical woody herb with yellow flowers and flattish pods 8. Volcanic mountain in Japan 9. Follows sigma 10. Strangers 11. __ -A-O, movie technique 12. Toboggan 13. 15th day of October 18. Flowers having narrow sword- etion s hiz6 r and crew of 23. Mother of Perseus 24. Bird genus 25. Climb, archaic Wax with a 26. Genus of , , , , the middle trees yie d- ,  I  i inglatex '- ,I, ,i 27. Linda , i'i 7" actress | , Salmon 28. Moray _.__. one 29. Chops  ,-17 ;- another   _ , serious basketball player  -T towards 31. Overhangs 32. Improperly forward or bold 38. Inability to coordinate voluntary muscle movements 39. Annoy constantly 41. A special loved one 42. Established custom 45. Full of high-spidted delight 46. A well-defined track or path 47. Sour-tasting leaves used in salads and sauces 49. Having long, spindly, often leafless stems 50. Hav a yen for 51.  Connery, 007 52. Monetary unit, Peru 53. Tunisian city shaped leaves 54. Birds 19. Tibetan or Mongolian 55. Pueblo people priest 56. An isolated fact 57. Ancient Asian city 59. Bravol BravoIBravol 60. A lyric poem x v $ l | l 3 H V t N! L V N II e v T -'i -i"ff II t. w "1 v Border States (Continued from page 1) as they will offer a full line of energy products, agronomy services, fuel and shop services, a grain and feed store, and convenience stores in some loca- tions. "This new cooperative will gener- ate approximately $40 million in annual sales," said Mel Domine, man- ager of the former Big Stone Cooperative. Domine has also been named manager of Border States Co- op. "The size of Border States Cooperative will help us in the mar- ketplace," says Domine. "We will be able to buy our products with the strength of all of CHS, and then be able to offer our products and services to patrons with these advantages." Domine does not expect many changes to local operations, and says the purpose of this merger is to maxi- mize purchasing power, give them an edge in the marketplace, allow them to be better able to keep up with com- pliance issues and mandates in the future, and secure the cooperatives equities for better future retirements. Feedlots (Continued from page 1) has also added an amendment that says 'in addition to the restricted areas, all new or expanding feedlots shall meet 99 percent to sensitive areas, and 94 percent to the nearest receptor in Agricultural zones, as determined by the OFFSET odor evaluation model.' This proposed amendment means that according to the OFFSET model, an air-quality device that will be used, feedlots must not emit an offensive oder 99 percent of the time in sensitive areas, and 94 percent of the time in other areas. "I think there has been some very important changes made to this ordi- nance," said Rhonda Maas of Big Stone County Environmental Services. "Planning and Zoning has created an ordinance that places more restrictions on feedlot operations than were previously there." A large group of Big Stone County Citizens has objected to the amend- ments suggested in the ordinance, as they feel the changes are not restric- tive enough. Many people feel that this water quality in Big Stone County lakes will be affected if this ordinance D&L Photo 1-Hour Photo Processing Lab 307 Main St., Milbank 432-5222 Across from Pizza Ranch Second Set Free Tuesdays Planning ahead for Christmas? Don't forget photo greeting cards! Make an appointment now to have your family portraits taken for greeting cards and enlargements. Sitting Fee $79900or-- One Person (Each additional person '1" "=) passes. This group has been working to increase the setback rules, as well as to reduce the number of animal units to 1,000 in order to reduce the amount of waste runoff that filters into area lakes, as well as to reduce odors that are emitted from confined animal operations. "Big Stone County is unique because there are many hills and revines, which creates a valley effect," said Carrie Henneberg, a member of Citizens for Big Stone Lake. "Odors may come from miles away, but tend to settle into valleys, and will linger there until the wind changes. When you put that many animals into a confined area, there is going to be offensive odors. If you have 3,000 animal units, that is the equivalent of 10,000 hogs in one area." Citizens are also concerned about the waste from these feedlots poten- tially draining into the county's bodies of water. Because Big Stone County is filled with revines, valleys and small streams, many lakes are at risk tbr runoff to be polluted by waste. "There is a lot of technology out there being tested, but none of it has been proven to work yet," said Henneberg. "There is nothing that 100 percent will work. Accidents do happen, and even the most up-to-date procedures for containing waste can leak. We want to make sure that these feedlots will not have such a direct from October 1, 2003 through March 3 I, 2004 effect on our lakes." The public hearing will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 4 in the Big Stone County Courtroom. Anyone interest- ed in the ordinance, or anyone who wishes to express their feelings on the ordinance is invited to do so. It Bowling 2000 Chew SlO 4x4 - $12,700 V6, Auto, CD, PW, PL, 3rd Door, 37,000 miles THURSDAY SPARKI,ERS-10/23 VFW .......................................................... 15 9 Bellingham Elevator ................................ 14 10 Conroy Eye Care ...................................... 13 11 Triple T ..................................................... 13 11 Alley Cats .................................................. 13 11 Sunrise Gals .............................................. 10 14 Wanna B's .................................................. 9 15 Moose Lodge ............................................. 9 15 Scratch - ttlG: Betty Zahnow 206; IllS: Betty Zahnow 514; ItTG: Triple T 772; IlTS: Triple T/Conroy 2151. With tlandtcap - HIG: Missy Oland 232; HIS: Missy Oland 596; liT(;: Triple T 932; HTS: Conroy Eye Care 266% ***** SlYNDAY MIXED-]0/II J & M Truckin' ........................................ 15 1 Alley Cats ................................................... 8 8 Pin Setters .................................................. 5 11 Silver SuUets ............................................. 4 12 llTS: J & M 1919; HTG: J & M 695; HWS: Becky Sherod 522; HWG: Becky Sherod 188; HIS: Heith Sherod 522; H1G: Bob Walter 193. ***** MONDAY NITE-10tI3 Y_on lz Club 7-75 .................................................. 15 5 Pepsi .......................................................... 14 6 Larry's Refrigeration .............................. 12 8 Matador .................................................... 11 9 Henrtch & Sons ......................................... 9 11 Mountain Dew ........................................... 7 13 Bud's Bait .................................................. 7 13 Minnwest Bank ......................................... 5 15 HTS: Mountain Dew 2266; IITG: Mountain Dew 789; HIS: Steve Hennen 568; HIG: Steve Hennen 213 2000 Pontiac Montana - $12,500 Loaded, Leather, CD, Sliding Door, PL & PS, V6, 58,000 miles PRO R(.ITO Kevin Backslmnd MN DLR 22109 Ortoflville, MN I FREE High Definition Cable through March! If you have a High Definition television, you'll want to Get Hooked with HD Cable from Midcontinent Communications. With a wider screen format, more vivid colors, crisp audio and better action, sports and movies are as real as being there. To see HD Cable for yourself, stop by our Watertown Customer Service Center at 222 9th Avenue SE. Call today and GET HOOKED! 1-800-888-1300 Midcontinent Oct. 28, 2003 INDEPENDENT Page 3 yoPREVENTION WEEK was recognized at Ortonville School with the Ortonville Fire De artment's . . P . l.PSter contest. Winners are shown here with Fire Prevention Officer Jason Mork. First through third ..Fers are shown here left to right In front are fourth grade winners Dylan Koch, Taylor Jones and '1 Mastel. In second row are third "rade students Christopher Weber, Ben Valek and Maria Miller In _,.1 are second graders Samantha Iushford, Raquel Nelson and Shelby Strei. In back are first grade r,"wl ;sie Stengel, Cody Homann and Daniel Sitter Apartments (Continued from Page One) PsR/EntW/7 NER iBnothseuOet?l_Vilrleecefii87entifn e ttcS:i: W " Y hich was presente to him by Fire Prevention Officer of the Ortonville Fire Department. Rent on the apartment includes all utilities except for electricity, which the tenant will be responsible for pay- ing. Rental units are available for sin- gles or families, and the buildings are located in a convenient area close to the school, hospital, and downtown. The public is encouraged to attend the Grand Opening to see all the improvements made to these build- ings. All apartments in the two build- ings will be ready to rent on Nov. 1. Wadsworth assures all tenants of superior services and upkeep in these high-quality, affordable units. Cart today! (320) 839-7197 or 839-2911 ACROSS Ction Egyptian NUns navian) t known toad I bugs genus : mlltenino former ...... 0ad with many ]/t fore r ing to a th ng f barrier tion of lt s ) 66. Spoken in Sulu archipelago Clues DOWN 1. Large burrowing rodent 2. Gelling agent in foods 3. System of religious beliefs and rituals 4. Rescue 5. Normal or sound powers of mind 6. Chadic language 7. Tropical woody herb with yellow flowers and flattish pods 8. Volcanic mountain in Japan 9. Follows sigma 10. Strangers 11. __ -A-O, movie technique 12. Toboggan 13. 15th day of October 18. Flowers having narrow sword- etion s hiz6 r and crew of 23. Mother of Perseus 24. Bird genus 25. Climb, archaic Wax with a 26. Genus of , , , , the middle trees yie d- ,  I  i inglatex '- ,I, ,i 27. Linda , i'i 7" actress | , Salmon 28. Moray _.__. one 29. Chops  ,-17 ;- another   _ , serious basketball player  -T towards 31. Overhangs 32. Improperly forward or bold 38. Inability to coordinate voluntary muscle movements 39. Annoy constantly 41. A special loved one 42. Established custom 45. Full of high-spidted delight 46. A well-defined track or path 47. Sour-tasting leaves used in salads and sauces 49. Having long, spindly, often leafless stems 50. Hav a yen for 51.  Connery, 007 52. Monetary unit, Peru 53. Tunisian city shaped leaves 54. Birds 19. Tibetan or Mongolian 55. Pueblo people priest 56. An isolated fact 57. Ancient Asian city 59. Bravol BravoIBravol 60. A lyric poem x v $ l | l 3 H V t N! L V N II e v T -'i -i"ff II t. w "1 v Border States (Continued from page 1) as they will offer a full line of energy products, agronomy services, fuel and shop services, a grain and feed store, and convenience stores in some loca- tions. "This new cooperative will gener- ate approximately $40 million in annual sales," said Mel Domine, man- ager of the former Big Stone Cooperative. Domine has also been named manager of Border States Co- op. "The size of Border States Cooperative will help us in the mar- ketplace," says Domine. "We will be able to buy our products with the strength of all of CHS, and then be able to offer our products and services to patrons with these advantages." Domine does not expect many changes to local operations, and says the purpose of this merger is to maxi- mize purchasing power, give them an edge in the marketplace, allow them to be better able to keep up with com- pliance issues and mandates in the future, and secure the cooperatives equities for better future retirements. Feedlots (Continued from page 1) has also added an amendment that says 'in addition to the restricted areas, all new or expanding feedlots shall meet 99 percent to sensitive areas, and 94 percent to the nearest receptor in Agricultural zones, as determined by the OFFSET odor evaluation model.' This proposed amendment means that according to the OFFSET model, an air-quality device that will be used, feedlots must not emit an offensive oder 99 percent of the time in sensitive areas, and 94 percent of the time in other areas. "I think there has been some very important changes made to this ordi- nance," said Rhonda Maas of Big Stone County Environmental Services. "Planning and Zoning has created an ordinance that places more restrictions on feedlot operations than were previously there." A large group of Big Stone County Citizens has objected to the amend- ments suggested in the ordinance, as they feel the changes are not restric- tive enough. Many people feel that this water quality in Big Stone County lakes will be affected if this ordinance D&L Photo 1-Hour Photo Processing Lab 307 Main St., Milbank 432-5222 Across from Pizza Ranch Second Set Free Tuesdays Planning ahead for Christmas? Don't forget photo greeting cards! Make an appointment now to have your family portraits taken for greeting cards and enlargements. Sitting Fee $79900or-- One Person (Each additional person '1" "=) passes. This group has been working to increase the setback rules, as well as to reduce the number of animal units to 1,000 in order to reduce the amount of waste runoff that filters into area lakes, as well as to reduce odors that are emitted from confined animal operations. "Big Stone County is unique because there are many hills and revines, which creates a valley effect," said Carrie Henneberg, a member of Citizens for Big Stone Lake. "Odors may come from miles away, but tend to settle into valleys, and will linger there until the wind changes. When you put that many animals into a confined area, there is going to be offensive odors. If you have 3,000 animal units, that is the equivalent of 10,000 hogs in one area." Citizens are also concerned about the waste from these feedlots poten- tially draining into the county's bodies of water. Because Big Stone County is filled with revines, valleys and small streams, many lakes are at risk tbr runoff to be polluted by waste. "There is a lot of technology out there being tested, but none of it has been proven to work yet," said Henneberg. "There is nothing that 100 percent will work. Accidents do happen, and even the most up-to-date procedures for containing waste can leak. We want to make sure that these feedlots will not have such a direct from October 1, 2003 through March 3 I, 2004 effect on our lakes." The public hearing will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 4 in the Big Stone County Courtroom. Anyone interest- ed in the ordinance, or anyone who wishes to express their feelings on the ordinance is invited to do so. It Bowling 2000 Chew SlO 4x4 - $12,700 V6, Auto, CD, PW, PL, 3rd Door, 37,000 miles THURSDAY SPARKI,ERS-10/23 VFW .......................................................... 15 9 Bellingham Elevator ................................ 14 10 Conroy Eye Care ...................................... 13 11 Triple T ..................................................... 13 11 Alley Cats .................................................. 13 11 Sunrise Gals .............................................. 10 14 Wanna B's .................................................. 9 15 Moose Lodge ............................................. 9 15 Scratch - ttlG: Betty Zahnow 206; IllS: Betty Zahnow 514; ItTG: Triple T 772; IlTS: Triple T/Conroy 2151. With tlandtcap - HIG: Missy Oland 232; HIS: Missy Oland 596; liT(;: Triple T 932; HTS: Conroy Eye Care 266% ***** SlYNDAY MIXED-]0/II J & M Truckin' ........................................ 15 1 Alley Cats ................................................... 8 8 Pin Setters .................................................. 5 11 Silver SuUets ............................................. 4 12 llTS: J & M 1919; HTG: J & M 695; HWS: Becky Sherod 522; HWG: Becky Sherod 188; HIS: Heith Sherod 522; H1G: Bob Walter 193. ***** MONDAY NITE-10tI3 Y_on lz Club 7-75 .................................................. 15 5 Pepsi .......................................................... 14 6 Larry's Refrigeration .............................. 12 8 Matador .................................................... 11 9 Henrtch & Sons ......................................... 9 11 Mountain Dew ........................................... 7 13 Bud's Bait .................................................. 7 13 Minnwest Bank ......................................... 5 15 HTS: Mountain Dew 2266; IITG: Mountain Dew 789; HIS: Steve Hennen 568; HIG: Steve Hennen 213 2000 Pontiac Montana - $12,500 Loaded, Leather, CD, Sliding Door, PL & PS, V6, 58,000 miles PRO R(.ITO Kevin Backslmnd MN DLR 22109 Ortoflville, MN I FREE High Definition Cable through March! If you have a High Definition television, you'll want to Get Hooked with HD Cable from Midcontinent Communications. With a wider screen format, more vivid colors, crisp audio and better action, sports and movies are as real as being there. To see HD Cable for yourself, stop by our Watertown Customer Service Center at 222 9th Avenue SE. Call today and GET HOOKED! 1-800-888-1300 Midcontinent Oct. 28, 2003 INDEPENDENT Page 3