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No fatalities, corn spilled in accident No fatalities were reported in a sin- gle-vehicle accident that occurred last Thursday, Oct. I6, north of Ortonville last week. According to Big Stone County Deputy Sheriff Dave Hills, Justin Wittnebel, 23, of Bellingham was traveling east on County Road 38 m a semi tractor, and trailer, hauling corn. Wittnebel swerved to miss a deer and rolled onto the semi's top. Severe damage was reported to the Johnson fire (Continued from page 1) in helping us with some of the things we need. We have plenty of clothes, thanks to many generous people," said Robin. "We really appreciate all the prayers and help we have received since Thursday." Ortonville High School's junior class has been working on a food drive for the Johnsons. and a benefit is currently being planned. Funds have been set up at Cenbank in Ortonville and Farmers and Merchants State Bank in Appleton, and donauons can be made at either of those locations. PRINTING At Its Finest and At Lowest Prices NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO 5MALL[ The Ortonville Independent Ortonville, MN • 320-839-6163 Old Mill Twirlers The Old Mill Twirlers danced to the calling of Don Piunkett last Wednesday. There were no squares in attendance with guests from Clear Lake and Sisseton. Cal Brown from Watertown will call on Wednesday, Nov. 29. On lunch committee are Del and Delores Cross, Harold and Paula Thoden. Upcoming dances are Nov. 5, Hank Prasnicki. Old Mill Twirlers dance on Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m. in the High School lunchroom. Use the Northeast door, visitors are always welcome. • semi-tractor and trailer, and the entire -- " " " 4"11 load of corn spilled in the rollover. I Wittnebel was taken to Ortonville N OW Hospital, and treated for cuts and F-t3 IV g " 1 , : ")--" 4' el brmses The B,g Stone County ,i : ,.._i. , l .  WAS LEFT of the semi tractor trailer Justin Wittneb "'. ," " 4 F i , "  " ' . 4 ar Sheriff s Department and Ortonvflle Luckily he sustained no serious injuries. (photo by G y Ambulance respended to the call.  ;,:' e, ' A 17 A 11 A '"' '1 F : w i  :,ii!i ,!,, .  v t'ilLr'snm .r_ : a arm Families' pro ram ,, .... ' , e held Nov. 6 in Moorhead " '= " Ortonville ,, t inuing education pro- also be able to identify resources tbr i ng-related medical emergencies and   "::- health care profession- care providers and describe ways to trauma. You can register through the .. Independent "° thee cm:dr;alrglISOrrnnol prh?;:gn.he health and safety of farm tpr:7?www.cpW:bumn.edSarmfaa! y, Nov. 6, 2003. " " There's also an early evening ses- sion beginning at 5:30 p.m. on agri- cultural emergency responses. It's designed for emergency medical tech- nicians, paramedics, firefighters, police officers, volunteers, hospital emergency personnel, and others who respond to a range of emergency situ- ations in agricultural communities. Topics will include incident response and planning, agricultural/food systems security, terrorism risks, and response to farm- continuing educa- starts at 1 p.m. and is nurses, physicians and in clinic, hospital and settings. Social work- educators, teachers and about farm family invited. who attend this ses- better able to identify risks unique to farm settings. They'll This offering is free and is being subsidized by a grant from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. It's supported by )' the University of Minnesota's Center for Public Health Education and Outreach, says John Shutske, safety and health specialist with the University of Minnesota Extension Service. Source: John Shutske (612) 626- d 1250, shutske@umn.edu opener hot, productive and Eastern South Dakota averaged "The above-normal temperatures two birds per person, and a number were the greatest challenge this year,' reported having their three-bird limit Lindbloom said, "as a number of by mid-day. The best success hunters reported that their dogs over- appeared to be in or near crops, where heated and quit hunting." These 2 Different Style Signs Now On Hand!  : STOP IN TODAY!!! i' hunters and their dogs warm tempera- Overall productive and ling weekend of pheasant Dakota. Warm conditions made larger groups reported seeing and har- From a safety and legal standpoint, ;sful for hunters and Regional Wildlife Lindbloom of Pierre. reported seeing lots of success and seemed end of the day." most areas of Central vesting many birds. Smaller groups found birds in grassy areas, dry lake beds and other scattered patches of cover. Hunters in drought-stricken Western South Dakota struggled more and averaged less-than-one-bird per hunter. Lindbloom said things went well. Only a couple minor injuries and a limited number of violations occurred. A few citations were issued to hunters for using lead shot on pub- lic land, trespassing and hunting with- out a license. • Center is kicking off its MEMBERSHIP DRIVE ENTERTAINED Bonanza audiences with his French fur trader stories at the Fall Bonanza last weekend. With 110 to raise ;10.000! Your contributions are needed to keep the center going... ... to develop new programs ... for restoration projects ... hosting special events ... trail maintenance and construction ... to develop and print promotional material Please dip his form and mall your tax deductible contribution to: Bonanza Education Center, 31167 Big Stone Lake Park Road, Clinton, MN 56225 BONANZA EDUCATION CENTER MEMBERSHIP FORM Yes, enroll [] me, [] family, • [] friend, [] organization/business BONANZA EDUCATION CENTER MEMBER AND SUPPORTER ....... $5.9o ..... $15.oo •. $25.00 •. $so.oo ..... $100499 !. ,.... $500"999 , . . $1,000+ Name Home Phone Address Work Phone City . State e-mall webslte q I I as a : I I I I I I I I I Zip I '" | I Come, enjoy the center located 18 miles north of Ortonville on Hwy. 7. more Information, call Matyl Sundheim, BEC Coordinator, at (320) 265-6944. For The Finest In HOME HEATING • Extremely quiet • Tops in efficiency SETTING NEW STANDARDS IN THE INDUSTRY FOR RELIABILITY AND QUIETNESS. Bill's Plumbing & Heating Ortonville, Minnesota 56278 Business Phone (320) 839-3429 Rod Bernhardt, Manager • Home Phone (605) 862-8326 I I IIIIII II ] I I I IIIIIII I I i i i iiilull i ii lU i ii ii PRINTING Is Our Business THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i i i iii i t i i ii ul i Ul illU 28, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 11 No fatalities, corn spilled in accident No fatalities were reported in a sin- gle-vehicle accident that occurred last Thursday, Oct. I6, north of Ortonville last week. According to Big Stone County Deputy Sheriff Dave Hills, Justin Wittnebel, 23, of Bellingham was traveling east on County Road 38 m a semi tractor, and trailer, hauling corn. Wittnebel swerved to miss a deer and rolled onto the semi's top. Severe damage was reported to the Johnson fire (Continued from page 1) in helping us with some of the things we need. We have plenty of clothes, thanks to many generous people," said Robin. "We really appreciate all the prayers and help we have received since Thursday." Ortonville High School's junior class has been working on a food drive for the Johnsons. and a benefit is currently being planned. Funds have been set up at Cenbank in Ortonville and Farmers and Merchants State Bank in Appleton, and donauons can be made at either of those locations. PRINTING At Its Finest and At Lowest Prices NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO 5MALL[ The Ortonville Independent Ortonville, MN • 320-839-6163 Old Mill Twirlers The Old Mill Twirlers danced to the calling of Don Piunkett last Wednesday. There were no squares in attendance with guests from Clear Lake and Sisseton. Cal Brown from Watertown will call on Wednesday, Nov. 29. On lunch committee are Del and Delores Cross, Harold and Paula Thoden. Upcoming dances are Nov. 5, Hank Prasnicki. Old Mill Twirlers dance on Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m. in the High School lunchroom. Use the Northeast door, visitors are always welcome. • semi-tractor and trailer, and the entire -- " " " 4"11 load of corn spilled in the rollover. I Wittnebel was taken to Ortonville N OW Hospital, and treated for cuts and F-t3 IV g " 1 , : ")--" 4' el brmses The B,g Stone County ,i : ,.._i. , l .  WAS LEFT of the semi tractor trailer Justin Wittneb "'. ," " 4 F i , "  " ' . 4 ar Sheriff s Department and Ortonvflle Luckily he sustained no serious injuries. (photo by G y Ambulance respended to the call.  ;,:' e, ' A 17 A 11 A '"' '1 F : w i  :,ii!i ,!,, .  v t'ilLr'snm .r_ : a arm Families' pro ram ,, .... ' , e held Nov. 6 in Moorhead " '= " Ortonville ,, t inuing education pro- also be able to identify resources tbr i ng-related medical emergencies and   "::- health care profession- care providers and describe ways to trauma. You can register through the .. Independent "° thee cm:dr;alrglISOrrnnol prh?;:gn.he health and safety of farm tpr:7?www.cpW:bumn.edSarmfaa! y, Nov. 6, 2003. " " There's also an early evening ses- sion beginning at 5:30 p.m. on agri- cultural emergency responses. It's designed for emergency medical tech- nicians, paramedics, firefighters, police officers, volunteers, hospital emergency personnel, and others who respond to a range of emergency situ- ations in agricultural communities. Topics will include incident response and planning, agricultural/food systems security, terrorism risks, and response to farm- continuing educa- starts at 1 p.m. and is nurses, physicians and in clinic, hospital and settings. Social work- educators, teachers and about farm family invited. who attend this ses- better able to identify risks unique to farm settings. They'll This offering is free and is being subsidized by a grant from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. It's supported by )' the University of Minnesota's Center for Public Health Education and Outreach, says John Shutske, safety and health specialist with the University of Minnesota Extension Service. Source: John Shutske (612) 626- d 1250, shutske@umn.edu opener hot, productive and Eastern South Dakota averaged "The above-normal temperatures two birds per person, and a number were the greatest challenge this year,' reported having their three-bird limit Lindbloom said, "as a number of by mid-day. The best success hunters reported that their dogs over- appeared to be in or near crops, where heated and quit hunting." These 2 Different Style Signs Now On Hand!  : STOP IN TODAY!!! i' hunters and their dogs warm tempera- Overall productive and ling weekend of pheasant Dakota. Warm conditions made larger groups reported seeing and har- From a safety and legal standpoint, ;sful for hunters and Regional Wildlife Lindbloom of Pierre. reported seeing lots of success and seemed end of the day." most areas of Central vesting many birds. Smaller groups found birds in grassy areas, dry lake beds and other scattered patches of cover. Hunters in drought-stricken Western South Dakota struggled more and averaged less-than-one-bird per hunter. Lindbloom said things went well. Only a couple minor injuries and a limited number of violations occurred. A few citations were issued to hunters for using lead shot on pub- lic land, trespassing and hunting with- out a license. • Center is kicking off its MEMBERSHIP DRIVE ENTERTAINED Bonanza audiences with his French fur trader stories at the Fall Bonanza last weekend. With 110 to raise ;10.000! Your contributions are needed to keep the center going... ... to develop new programs ... for restoration projects ... hosting special events ... trail maintenance and construction ... to develop and print promotional material Please dip his form and mall your tax deductible contribution to: Bonanza Education Center, 31167 Big Stone Lake Park Road, Clinton, MN 56225 BONANZA EDUCATION CENTER MEMBERSHIP FORM Yes, enroll [] me, [] family, • [] friend, [] organization/business BONANZA EDUCATION CENTER MEMBER AND SUPPORTER ....... $5.9o ..... $15.oo •. $25.00 •. $so.oo ..... $100499 !. ,.... $500"999 , . . $1,000+ Name Home Phone Address Work Phone City . State e-mall webslte q I I as a : I I I I I I I I I Zip I '" | I Come, enjoy the center located 18 miles north of Ortonville on Hwy. 7. more Information, call Matyl Sundheim, BEC Coordinator, at (320) 265-6944. For The Finest In HOME HEATING • Extremely quiet • Tops in efficiency SETTING NEW STANDARDS IN THE INDUSTRY FOR RELIABILITY AND QUIETNESS. Bill's Plumbing & Heating Ortonville, Minnesota 56278 Business Phone (320) 839-3429 Rod Bernhardt, Manager • Home Phone (605) 862-8326 I I IIIIII II ] I I I IIIIIII I I i i i iiilull i ii lU i ii ii PRINTING Is Our Business THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i i i iii i t i i ii ul i Ul illU 28, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 11