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fkS0ns .t.o ak Pintail season notice Fish and Parks offi- waterfowl hunters pintait season is Low Plains North on Nov. 5 in the and the Low Plains Pintail hunting will through Nov. t9 in the Zone. numbers remain well objectives, and a is in the best interest said state Waterfowl gs. the reason for a 39-day (daily limit of one ) Board from page 1) the superinten- positions using some ADM Group study the existing as is was not a recom- finance con- in regards to the m place, will demand as enrollment declines. that the Board is thinking ahead, but ests that a written range plan would be District goals. will be meeting retreat in November to the report and discuss les. page 1) a 45 mile radius of one !o spread the word of alse our families in a ,,Way of life in this part said Gingerich. exactly as planned their forming of the Fellowship Church md the birth of Millers ago. business on the he believes he with the family. He his sons will take an the business. In the have what Miller farm" with the children learn chores. the children with curriculum. The chil- 15, David Jay, 11, 7, Timothy, 5, Rose, 11 days. ages the public to out his selection of Window Place or to :Can measure and give a on replacement win- businesses. pricing going on reside this issue for highest deer- collisions Department of Public Safety and are urging drivers to avoid deer- particularly during When most of these i s One of Mn/DOT's top iaid Mn/DOT acting Doug Weiszhaar. of state highways of 960,000, deer- are a key safety increases during the when deer are :added. collisions vehicle damage, lUries and fatalities are actions," said State Frandrup. "Drivers to avoid deer need to mid oncoming traffic which can cause object." T ADS PAY within the 74-day regular duck hunt- ing season." Vaa urges waterfowl hunters to get out and hunt, as it appears that South Dakota's freeze-up may be a bit early this season. ':Only time will tell, but tradition- ally the wetlands in the northeast freeze the first week of November, and then the freeze works its ,way southward and finishes a week or two later," he said. "The late stages of a waterfowl migration traditionally offer some of the best hunting of the year, so be sure to get out and create some memories." New 2003 Suzuki ATVs are Aniving Daily Rm/JdF & GreatDeh 800-554-6673 Missing tools pawned, returned Richard James Salim, 43 years old from Kerkhoven was charged in Big Stone County cou?t with two counts of theft of property over $500 and recei v- ing stolen property. According to Ortonville police report, tools were reported missing from the construe- tion site at 320 Park Street, Ortonville, on Sept. 23. Salim, when confronted by police, indicated that he had purchased the tools and pawned them. He later returned tools to the police matching the descri,ption of those missing, with a ticket from a Willmar pawn shop. Salim is scheduled to appear Nov. 13 at the Big Stone County Court House. eye care news November is National Diabetes Month Each year. as many as 25.000 Americans with dia- betes lose their sight from dia- betic retinopathy, the most common form of diabetic eye disease. Yet blindness can be prevented through early detection and timely treatment. Dr. Ronn E. McDanie| People with diabetes need to have a oP:o:sT dilated eye examination at least once a year. This allows the eye care professional to see more of the inside of the eye to check fi)r diabetes retinopathy and other types of diabetic eye disease, such as glauc()ma and cataracts. If you have diabetes, you're at an increased risk for blindness. 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