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Area news digest I I MONTEVIDEO-Meeker County deputies and undercover officers from the Minneapolis Police Department shut down the Juice Bar, an alcohol-free nude dancing establishment in Cosmos owned by Dale O. Peterson, 50, formerly of Montevideo and Clarkfield. Peterson also maintained a residence.attached to the Juice Bar. Authorities shut down the business over the weekend, stripped it of its contents, took a considerable amount of cash and arrested its owner and several employees for promoting prostitution: Peterson was charged in Meeker County District Court in Litchfield Tuesday with , Count 1: Felony promotion of prostitution, Count 2: Receiving profits from prostitution, Count 3: Disorderly house, and Count 4: Failure to register as a sexual offender. SISSETON, SD-United States Attorney James E. McMahon announced that Christopher Roozen, age 26 of Sisseton, appeared before U.S. District Judge Charles B. Kornmann in Aberdeen on Nov. 4, 2002 and pled guilty to an indictment which charged him with making counterfeit $100 bills. The maximum penalty upon conviction is 20 years in prison and/or a $250,000 fine. The investigation was conducted by the United States Secret Service. A presentence investigation was ordered and a sentencing date was set for Feb. 24, 2003. The defendant was remanded to the custody of the U.S. Marshal. FAIRFAX-The jury hearing the case of Fairfax man accused of selling methamphetamine found him guilty in a Brown County District courtroom in New Ulm last Friday. Raphael Avoles Robles, 20 of Fairfax was convicted on one first-degree count of controlled substance crime, which is a felony under Minnesota state law. Robles was accused of selling a total of $I,050 worth of the illegal narcotic to an undercover New Ulm Police informant on two separate occasions in New Ulm on June 20. He was arrested June 26 with 23 other people from the surrounding area in what prosecutors claim to be the largest such operation in Brown County history. DAWSON-On Nov. 11 at 7:04 a.m., the Lac qui Parle County Sheriff's office was notified of an individual signaling for help in an area north of Louisburg in the Marsh Lake Wildlife Area. Jon Kittleson, Taylor Falls, had heard someone hollering for help when he had stepped outside the hunting cabin. The LqP County Sheriff's office, Appleton Fire and Ambulance a.n.d the Louisburg Fire departments were requested to respond. Kittleson and others from his hunting party were able to determine that an individual was on a small island about one mile from the hunting cabin. Conservation officers were summoned to the scene. With the use of boats, Ronald J. Erickson, 51, of Linstrom, was taken off the island along with his dog. Erickson was duck hunting Nov. 10 at I0 am. when his boat overturned. Weather conditions did not allow anyone to hear his calls for help until 22 hours later. Erickson was transported by Appleton Ambulance to the Appleton hospital where he was treated for a low body temperature. Big Stone City Gaii Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 School's girls basketball team got Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 12th Ileen fourth place at the Clear Lake Christensen entertained the members tournament. Brenna Rausch, daughter of the Chat'n Do Club at her house, of Val and Paula Rausch, is on that Mrs. Jean Wirkus showed the slides team. --, that she has collected on her barn Grace Van Hout went to the Big pictures,, Stone senior citizen's potluck on Nov. Tuesday night, Nov. |2th Clifford 4th, Grace won bingo three times. and lleen Christensen had three grandchildren Emma, Andrew, and Matthew Christensen as supper guests. Phyllis Schluter stopped at John and Jerri Van Hout's Wednesday morning, Nov. 13th. Shirley Zahn and Arlys Lamberts from Milbank and Shirley Voeltz attended the craft show in Corona, SD and at First English in Ortonville on Saturday, Nov. 9th. Thursday afternoon, Nov. 7th Donna Robe and Darlene Ceaser went to Omaha, NE to visit with Tanya and Doug Lynch and children Logan and the new granddaughter Alexa Lee born on election day the 5th of Nov. They stayed overnight at the Ron Robe residence. They returned home on Saturday, Nov. 9th. The Milbank St. Lawrence Dec. 10th Big Stone School students pre-school through eighth grade students will have their music program. The Big Stone School students will have off Nov. 28th and 29th for Thanksgiving vacation. Saturday, Nov. 9th Tom Dew and Wade Van Dover went goose hunting. They took Joseph Van Dover and Zach Waletich along. They got their limit of geese. Monday night, Nov. l lth Betty Binsfeld and Father Doug Binsfeld were at Wade and Cindy Van Dover's and family for supper. Dennis and Margaret Roggenbuck of Boise, ID visited Sally Roggenbuck and Margaret's mother Mary Jane Lempka. Mary Jane is recuperating from surgery. Independent Ads Get Noticed. You're Reading This One Aren't You?) Reach 2.3 Million Readers by placing just ONE ad with your local newspaper It's Easy It's Effective It's Affordable Expand )'our market and increase your profits by advertising in news all over the state through the Minnesota ,d Network. T#ar-xzLZ / Extension report Doug Holen Regional Extension Educator Ag Production Systems-Crops West Ottertail County Fergus Falls, MN 56537 218/739-7130 Season Offers Learning Opportunities with Soybean Aphids With the 2002 growing season coming to an end, it's always interesting to reflect on the climate and production factors contributing to yield for the year. Most areas in the district .... experienced delayed planting due to the extended cold and wet spring and later went through extended periods of dry and heat followed by wet. The last obstacle was the removal of crops during a challenging harvest time with uncooperative weather and slow crop maturation. Scouting throughout the season revealed several pest problems including alfalfa weevil, European corn borer, and grasshoppers, white mold, root rot, and leaf diseases, pigweeds, kochia, and Canada thistle. Research efforts focused on soybean aphids (SBA) as the Fergus Falls region realized economic thresholds midway through the season. The outbreak offered the unique opportunity to concentrate research efforts on a new pest in our backyard. The first thing we learned is the SBA's ability to over-winter in WC MN. This is the first aphid species known to successfully do this. With buckthorn patches identifd as the over-wintering site, plenty of host plants populate the district. Scouting can be done efficiently with this knowledge by beginning at field margins closest to the nearest wooded area or wind obstruction such as buildings which tend to encourage landing of SBAs in flight. Areas with significant SBA populations tended to Big Stone Count'," Environmental Services 20 Second St. SE Ortonville, MN 56275 Coutlt) CotlIlhouse 8:00 a.m - 4:30 pm. Monday-Friday Bring in one or more mercury thermometers and receive a FREE Geratherm digital or shakedown oral thermometer. RG Medical DiagnOstics. the Minnesota Pollen Control Agency and Big Stone CounO, Enrironmental Services are sponsoring this exchang in an effort to remove merc, from homes and the enviromnent, Minnwest Bank HOLIDAY SPECIAL We are giving away to our patrons FREE ROUND TRIP bus passes to the Ortonville RIDES bus each time you come into our bank. We are giving these passes out from Nov. 1st-Dec. 31st, 2002. Please inquire when you visit our bank. The round trip bus pass can be used on the Ortonville RIDES bus through April 30th, 2003. 'i il  ==d "  ORTONVILLE R/DES ,mmm l|lh   1-500 276 9553 im mmm Member L, *m," rk1 .,nnwestBankand Ortonville ' RIDES wish everyone a safe and mkv&'l happy holiday season! be in close proximity to metropolitan areas (towns) and wooded acreage. Another piece of information that was observed was the SBA's ability to reach large populations (500- 4000/plant) and sustain for 30 to 40 days. Colonies on the plants varied. Beginning locations were primarily on the top trifoliate leaves to later in the season located throughout, including leaves (up and down plant), stems, and/or pods. University of Minnesota research plots were initiated and monitored throughout the season west and east of Fergus Falls at producer sites identified with heavy SBA infestations. SBA counts were collected prior to insecticide application and populations monitored post treatment. Data collected included insecticide evaluations for immediate and residual control, application methods, and yield and quality consequences to soybean plants. Significant differences were identified with yield in comparing treatments, seeds/lb., and oil content at both sites. Specific insecticides provided better initial and recovery control when compared to each other and the untreated checks. Air and ground application methods were found to be equally effective but could differ depending on the choice of insecticide. Both sites resulted in approximately ten bushel yield decreases in the non treated plots. Much of the yield loss can be accounted for by reduced seed size. Test weight differences did not exist. Additional testing will be done in 2003 to evaluate application timing to quantify SBA number and plant stage interactions as well as variety susceptibility differences. Complete data sets for this year's information will be published in the On Farm Cropping Trials books and can be requested at any time. Doug Holen is an Educator with the University of Minnesota Extensipn Service in Ag Production Systems - Crops, serving the West Central District that includes Big Stone County. Big Stone City 7th & 8th Honor Roll IG STONE CiTY SCHOOL 2002-2003 GRADE 7: A: Micaela Rausch, Lauren Smith B: Jamie Brandt, Molly Rausch, Amy Laskowske GRADE 8: A: Logan Jacobson, Annie Rausch B: Rachel Behlings, Joe Brandt, Joshua Schuelke, Caitlin Stock, I Stotesbery, Rowan Toner Students on the A honor roll must maintain a 9.5 or better GP/L on the B honor roll must maintain at least a 7.0 GPA. Big has a 12 point grade scale Check out our web site at As head of farm o I've had to live with of drought flooding...t why I turned to experts Farm Credit They develop a plan that MPCI, good records and other tools to risk, so I can bring in revenue no matter Mother Nature does. 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