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GUYS will be spreading holiday cheer to Ortonville and Big Stone City shoppers during season. Pictured left to right in top photo in front are Amanda Arndt, Laura Brown, Sabrina Athey. In back are Joshua Letrud, Michelle Amundson and Eric Collins. In bottom photo in Nelson and Megan Strei. In back are Jon Karels, Heidi Hanson, Amanda Krogsrud and Not pictured are Jessica Gloege and Aaron Hoye. . report ILLE POLICE DEPT. Costs $15. Nicholas Anspach, Madison, Drive After Suspension, Fined $300, Stayed $200, SurchargeS35, Court Costs $I0, Jail/Prison: Stayed l0 days for 1 yrs. Michael Lavern Spindler, Jr., Andover, Exhibtion Driving, Fined $40, Markets No. 1 Wheat ...................... 4.24 Soybeans ............................ 5.32 Birthdays As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar. 'l'uesday, Nov. 26 Denielle Scoblic, Marisa Haakenson, Nancy Zehringer, Bob Pflueger, Gordon Blume, Pete Taffe, Paula Henneberg, Devon Balling Wednesday, Nov. 27 Paulette Karn, Ellen Karels Helgeson, Jim Scherer, Jennifer Kraemer, Megan McLaughlin, Lori Bogenrief, Laiken Nelson, Bobbi Jo Oakes, Robena Strobl Thursday, Nov. 28 Colleen Jones Pribyl, John Oakes, Cassandra Rae Schulte, Becky Hasslen, Stephinie Schuelke, Cory Stattelman, Bridget Dinnel Friday, Nov. 29 Alta Froelich, Loyal Johnson, Dave Oakes, Alison Lee Voegtli, Jaclyn Watson, Cheryl Athey, Capt. John Stewart Saturday, Nov. 30 Darren Wacha, Dennis Gerjets, Jeannine Thomas, Jeremy Jon Dinnel, JoAnn Kay Schmidt, Dawn Leger, Micaela Rausch, Susan Karels, Mike Weber, Megan Schneider, Brian Wiseman, Lucille Block Sunday, Dec. 1 Matt Swigerd, Tom Tobin, Katie Tyson, Floyd Guse, Nick Karels, Lee Schroeder, Ethan Scohlic. Dave Wieman, Robin Ehlehracht, Alisha Ross Monday, Dec. 2 Dorothy Brown, Tina Jones, Sharyn Cox, LaRae Wellendorf, Laura Kristine Puder, Rosa Schuelke, Pete Bungarden, Charles Taffe Tuesday, Dee. 3 Curt Anderson, Steven Edward Koenen. Jane Gimmestad Hegge, Dan Bogenreif, Ellen Eifealdt, Donna Johnson, Chastity Braun, Sharon Peterson, Jordan Swigerd 2002 farm bill informational meetings The Big Stone County Farm Service Agency encourages farmland owners and operators to attend an informational meeting on the new Direct and Counter Cyclical Program (DCP). Meetings will be held at the Clinton Memorial Building on: Tuesday Dec. 3rd at 1:30 and Thursday, Dec. 5th at 7 PM. Producers still uncertain as to what needs to be done for the new MICAH REIFFENBERGER and father, Mike, recently got this deer, a 6-pointer and 7 pointer respectively during S.D. hunt. FIRST DEER FOR BOTH Lance Sweezey and Cole Mastel of Ortonville. Lance is the son of Wade and Bonita Swezey and Cole is the son of Clark and Kelly Mastel. (photo by Bud's Bait.) Extension John Cunningham County Extension Educator 839-2518 or 1-800-279-2518 DATES TO REMEMBER Nov. 28-29 - Courthouse closed tbr Thanksgiving Dec. 5 - Project Bowl Coaches Training at U of MM Campus (7:00- Purchasing Alliance (1:00 -3:00 p.m.) at Chippewa County Courthouse Community Room and (7:00 - 9:00 p.m.) at Edson Auditorium in Student Center of UMM Campus Dee. 24 - Courthouse closes at mxm for Christmas Eve Dee. 25 - Courthouse closed for Christmas Day Dec. 30 - 4-H Standing Committee Meetings at Pizza Ranch, Ortonville 4:00 p.m. - Achievement 5:00 p.m. - Promotion 6:00 p.m. - Projects farm program need to attend one of 9:00 p m ) Unlimited 7:00 p.m. Livestock , Karels. Bellinharn, Fail Surcharge $5, Court Costs $10. II $top Sign, Fined $45, Corn ................................... 2.17 these meetings. Dec. 5 - Public Inf()rmation Forum.  Jan. ! - Courthouse closed for  :,Court Costs $15. .... DNR  _ Nov. 26, 2001 ..... regarding forming a WC MN Heat ':lew Year's Day "Scott BrianDoschadls, Beardsley, // .1.. .... Arv ImiOI [lidav Sal6 Holtquist, Milbank, SD, . * . No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.02 .,/ VyLaH ................. '-t' t,ro red Check, Fined $300, Allow Operate ATV By Juv Freed $45..  " ......... .'- Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. " ............................... /SUrcharge $35, Restitution ' / Lorn .... 10 ! Costs $10, Jail/Prison: for 1 yrs s !thew Kane, Hasting, ( Check out our web site at ) -Wrong/CarelessDriving, Young ballplayers sought -ar, DL Suspended, iihael Konshak, Aberdeen. Suspension, Fined $300, charge$35, Court Costs.: Stayed 10days for 1 vrs. for tourtnaments overseas NOVIMBIR 19 ONLY  ;Stmeyer. Jr., Ortonv(lle, The Coast to Coas Amateu Stars director. 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