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National and tours have taken azz message far and ppi paddlewheel in Nagasaki, of the band include Petersen on banjo and Ramberg on clarinet and piano, Bill Butler on trombone and tuba, Tom Andrews on drums and clarinet, Steve Pikal on bass and trom- bone, and Russ Peterson on all the other instruments! 15, Big Stone City, SD bagged his first deer shot with a on Nov. 6. WHY RENT?. can buy a home of your own with No Down Three great loan programs to choose from, and speedy, automated approvals. + you may be able to buy a lot more homethan Jamie Mittelstaedt O,,.,MN + Midstate Mortgage Recently elected to the Minnesota Music Hall of Fame, Barbary Coast's performances are truly an enjoyable experience. School lunch Tuesday, Nov. 12 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Cinnamon Wheat Toast, Orange Juice, Milk Lunch: Fiesta Pizza, Salsa, Black Olives, Garden Salad, Diced Peach Sauce, Ice Cream Bar, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Wednesday, Nov. 13 Breakfast: CereM Choices OR Blueberry Muffins, Orange Smiles, Milk Lunch: Turkey Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Corn, Pineapple-Orange Sauce, Dinner Rolls Thursday, Nov. 14 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Trix Yogurt, Cinnamon Wheat Toast, Mixed Fruit Sauce, Milk Lunch: 4-12 Bacon Cheeseburger, K-3 Cheeseburger, Pickles, French Fries. Juice Choices. OPTIONAl+ CHOICE 4-12: Baked potato/Meat/Cheese Friday, Nov. 15 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Cinnamon Roll, Apple Wedges, Milk Lunch: Italian Dunking Sauce, Garlic Breadsticks, Mixed Vegetables, Applesauce, Rice Krispy Bar, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Monday, Nov. 18 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Donut Holes, Apple Wedges, Milk Lunch: 4-12 Chickenwich, Curly Fries, Choc Malt C., K-3 Li'l Slugger Chicken Leg, Smiley Fry, Dinner Roll, Diced Peach Sauce, OPTION- AL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Tuesday, Nov. 19 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Eng. Muffin, P. Butter/Jelly, Mixed Fruit Sauce, Milk Lunch: Pepperoni Pizza, Garden Salad, Mixed Fruit Sauce, Chocolate Pudding, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Slower speeds on ice advise police Ortonville Police Department reminds motorists to use extra caution when driving this time of year due to freezing rains which can lead to slippery roads. "We advise people to slow down a bit and use caution when driving this time of year," said Police Chief Curt Hormann. REQUEST FOR BIDS Ortonville Area Health Services Area Health Services is soliciting bids for a CABLING SYSTEM. bids will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. CST on Nov. 12, 2002. The bids will be opened Nov. 14, :It 2:00 p.m. in the Ortonville City Council Chambers Madison Ave., Ortonville, MN 56278. plans and specifications are available upon If any company is interested in submitting bids, contact Donna Moberg, OAHS Administrative 450 Eastvold Ave., Ortonville, MN 56278, phone 126. will be notified in writing. (Oct. 29, Nov. 5, 2002) belle'S,e that birds are extremely resilient if there are places set aside for them." "We would love to see more vol- unteers here at the Refuge," says Brett Wehrte, Refuge Manager. "We appre- ciate the contributions they make, and we hope,we'll have more volunteers every year." Bellingham girls basketball rocks Saturday, Oct. 19, the Bellingham girls basketball players traveled to Grant-Deuel for the "Wildcat Classic" tournament. Cold shooting hindered the fifth grade division Bearcats in the first game with Grant-Deuel. The Wildcats defeated the Bearcats 14-8. Scoring for the Bearcats were: Jessica, 2; Brandy, 2; and Kayla, 4. The fifth graders did very well in their next game against Big Stone, improving their passing and shooting game and winning 16-1. The final game against Milbank found the Bearcats playing well, but cold shooting left the fifth graders shut out, defeated 10-0. Grant-Deuel also got the better of the Bearcats sixth grade team, unable to stop the Wildcats on their drives to the basket. The final score was 17-12, in favor of the Wildcats. Sixth graders took on Milbank in their second game, and overwhelmed the Milbank team with good passing and defense. The Bearcats won 9-2. The final game against Big Stone showed Bearcat defense working to set up numerous steal and fast break opportunities, and allowed the Bearcats to dominate the game, 18-5. The tournament included individ- ual contests as well. Beareat award winners listed as follows: Kayln Gloege-Sth 2 point Theresa Hoffman-6th free-throw Jessica Mielitz-6th hotshots Brandy Larson-Sth free throws Sammy Larson-2nd elbow shots Whitley Strei-4th lay-ups Give us 30 minutes, 3 times a week & you will see results! If you are You Can Be a size.., a size... 20 16 18 14 16 12 14 10 12 8 10 6 Fast, Fun Fitness At... Connect up to 4 TVs! FREE Install FREE First Month $49.95 acUvabon fee votes; he will be the new member of Rixe, who was appointed to the coun- the City Council in January. Todd cil position in 2001, received 75 Finberg Elected Gustafson was re-elected to a four- votes. year position with 164 votes. Jean Mayor; Basta, Gustafson Elected ;r. SNOP "n ./'AV I  '1500  II With 235 voters going to the polls .rmlMmlmmmllrmlm ..ff-t  I in Clinton Tuesday, Shirley Finberg I ,lmwJm ,'-1..-" - was elected Mayor with 136 votes, compared to 92 for incumbent mayor : oo,,,t.  mm,q, oRL  [ Elaine Gustafson. Shirley Finberg : SaH  $ 0 : 19 0 had served as Mayor at Clinton'for I several years until she was defeated : :/:' :g'"" 2401 E+ 8Oth Stveel   4P'dPI[,,gM t 330 Northland Drive i| by Gustafson two years ago. [ ' " Bloomlngon, MN . Melld(la Heights, MN Three people filed for two seats on 952.858.8475 .,'"  651.454.1978 I the Clinton City Council, and the top  -,,,,.,,,,..,..,.d.a.,*,**..,,..,.,..t,h..k..U,o.,.., 1 vote getter was Greg Basta, with 174 L-"4--": ''''''"*'"'"''"u*'m,*'''''.t''u'm ''2-'d-.J The Next Stage" Uncover all we can do for you. Funds, ,Online Brokera( Whatever your financial goals, we have the products to meet your needs-like CDs, the Almost CD" Account and the Wells Fargo Portfolio Management Account" (PMA'). 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