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DON'T MISS THESE GREAT TRIP Area news digest IIIII I I I APPLETON-Fines of $8,500 have been assessed to CCA/Prairie Correctional Facility (PCF). The Appleton City Council passed a motion at their Dec. llth meeting assessing the fine to PCF for exceeding the limits of their Significant Industrial User (SIU) Agreement. In the SIU, the prison is allowed a set amount of Ioadings per month. When these Ioadings are exceeded, surcharges are applied. Surcharged are a normal part of the billing process for the prison. In June, their surcharges were $.80, July $13. However, in August, September and October the overloadings'and surcharges kept getting worse. When Ioadings are exceeded, the council can assess a fine of $100 for each day. For September and October, these fines amounted to $8,500. BOYD-The State Patrol dispatch office in Marshall reported a fatality from from an accident near Wegdahl. This was a one-vehicle rollover. Jon Lanphear, 23 of Boyd+ was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident that occurred Thursday at 2:30 p.m. at Chippewa County road 7 and 15. He was responding to a fire call when the vehicle rolled. FAIRFAX-A rash of unsolved burglaries in and around Fairfax have occurred during the past seven weeks including two residential break- ins last week on Dec. 10 and 14. Among the items reported stolen in the burglaries include tools, guns, jewelry, cash and electronics. Renville County Crimestoppers is offering rewards from $200 to $500 for information on these crimes. Call 1-800-720-3790 or 320- 523+3790. WHEATON-There was no damage resulting from a fire Thursday night at Wheaton Area School. Firefighters were called to the school at about 9:15 p.m. after Superintendent Dr. Dale Hurni and Custodian Dennis Granberg saw smoke in the loading dock and kitchen areas. After about half an hour on the scene firefighters signaled out an air handling unit above the kitchen as the cause. A bracket inside the unit made of plastic or resin was breaking down, resulting in a strong smell that accompanied the smoke, Hurni said. The air handling unit was located on the roof, so there was no damage inside the building, but school officials were still concerned. WINNER OF $450 in Christmas scrip in the Ortonville Independent Christmas drawing was Arlis Brehmer of Ortonville. Arlis' name was the second to be drawn Friday in the contest. She registered earlier in the week at Liebe Drug/JC Penney and was present at loLee's Jewelry when her name was called. She received her scrip from Kathy Longhenry, at left. Big Stone City Gall Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Thursday, Dec. 12th Arlin and Verna Angerhofer went to Sioux Falls and stayed until Saturday afternoon, Dec 14th at the Greg Barnett's home. Friday night they babysat with their grandson 1brainy, so his parents could attend the South Dakota symphony Christmas concert at the Cathedral. Early Christmas visitors at Bill and members attended the Northridge Christmas party on Saturday, Dec. 14th. They had a potluck and a sing-a- long. Shirley Voeltz visited her aunt Dora Poppen of Milbank on Sunday, Dec. 15th, They went out for coffee in Milbank and then drove around to see the Christmas lights in Milbank. Ruth Torgerson's sister Leona Ada Herrmann visited Hazel Gibson of Beardsley on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 15th. Tuesday afternoon, Dec. [7th Clifford Clristensen was a visitor at the Ervin Herrmann's home. Tuesday noon, Dec. 17th lunch guests at the home of John and Jerri Van Hout were Don and Eunice Bull of Watertown. On Sunday night, Dec 15th Cindy Van Dover and Joseph went caroling at Monarch Heights, Northridge, and the Hi-Rise with a prayer group from St. Charles' and St. John's churches. Wednesday night. Dec. 18th Wade and Cindy Van Dover attended the St. Lawrence Christmas pageant in which Joseph, Mark, and Clare sang. Sally Roggenbuck attended a Christmas potluck on Saturday, Dec. 14th at Northridge. On Thursday, Dec. 19th Marie Volkenant and Sally Roggenbuck attended the Bml of Love which was held in St. John's church basement. They recycled greeting cards, played bunko, and attended Mass at 11:00 which was followed by a potluck dinner. Marlys Pillatzke visited Sally Roggenbuck of Northridge. i Rosen news 7 IIIIII II I By Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Karels and grandson Brendon Ulenkemp, Mrs. Rob Marhsgraf, Isaac and Emma all of Paynesville, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pillatzke of rural Nassau, Melanie Karels of Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. Fran Karels, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Karels and Joan, Mrs. Almira Karels enjoyed dinner at the Pizza Ranch on Sunday, Dec. 15 and were afternoon visitors at the Almira Karels home. Gilbert Rademacher of New UIm was a Saturday, Dec. 14 till Sunday guest at the Kevin Rademacher home and enjoyed the last weekend of pheasant hunting in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbernd spent Friday, Dec. 13 till Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marten Millerbernd in Omaha, NE. Mr. anl Mrs. Kevin Rademacher spent Sunday, Dec. 15 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Rademacher and Breanna and Greg Rademacher in Brookings. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Adelman were among Sunday. Dec. 15 dinner and afternoon guests at the Keith Adelman home in honor of their daughter Lexi's 7th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Adelman of Gracevi[le are the parents of.a son J akob Andrew born Thursday, Dec. 12,"2002. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Adelman of rural Rosen and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Rudnick of Appleton. Mrs. Julie Henrich was a Sunday, Dec. 15 dinner guest at the Matt Henrich home in Milbank and attended the concert at the High school in the afternoon. St. Joseph's and St. James Elementary and pre-school religious education students participated in the 10:30 Liturgy on Sunday, Dec. 15, 2002. The Bell Choir played and sang Christmas hymns. A potluck dnner was served by St. Mary's Circle after the Liturgy. Christmas treats furnished by St. Anthony and St. Monica Catholic Aid Council were given to the children. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Maser and Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bowen and Logan all of Rapid City, SD spent Saturday till Sunday, Dec. 15 at the Bernard Pillatzki home. They had attended the graduation of Frank Maser from S.D.S.U. on Saturday, Dec. 14. Additional guests during the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Montag and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pillatzki and family, Mr. and Mrs. Brendan Van Sambeek and family, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Nelson and family and the Tom Pillatzki family. Michelle Pillatzki who attends college in Steubenville, OH is spending Ckr,stmas vacation at the home of her pas Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pillatzki. -,> Safe Winter Driving Tips Fewer daylight hours and the low temperatures that produce slippery road conditions make inter the most hazardous driving season. Drive slow- er and increase our following dis- tance. Brake gently with a slow, steady stroke, repeated as necessary to maintain c9ntrol of the car. If your car is equipped with an anti-lock braking system, press and hold the brake to the floor. Do not 'pump" the brakes. I+et the anti-lock braking system take control of the breaking. Brake early ,ahen coming to an intersection or stop. Approach bridges, shaded spots and overpasses slowly s they may remain icy after the rest of the road is clear and dry. If you, begin to slide, do not hit the brakes, Keep a firm grip on the steering wheel and steer the car in the direction you want the front to go. Do not touch the brakes until the tires regain traction. Do not use cruise control. Before starting even a short trip in bad eather, check the car's lights, heater, wiper blades, antifreeze and gas tank {which should be full). Chains also may be used in states where they are legal. It is best not to travel alone, no matter what distance you plan to go. Make sure someone else knows here you are going, the route you plan to take and when you expect to arrive. Travel by daylight, if possible, and use major highways. Keep the car radio tuned to weather and road reports. If you are stranded, do not panic. Turn on your emergency signal flash- ers or hang a cloth from the radio aer- ial or car window, REMA1N IN YOUR CAR and wait for help to arrive. Run your car engine to keep warm, but do so sparingly to conserve fuel. Also, remember, to crack a win- dow for proper ventilation and keep the exhaust pipe cleared of snow. Do not let everyone in the car sleep at the same time. One person should watch for rescue crews. To maintain body heat, exercise and keep active as nmch as possible while remaining inside the car, but do not overexert. Carry credit cards or extra cash in the event you must stop for overnight lodging or to have your car serviced. Before traveling during the inter months, equip your car with the fol- lowing items: *Blankets *Appropriate dress, including warm mittens and socks, boots, warm hat, insulated underwear, layers of light- weight clothing *Fresh batteries *Flashlight *Battery-powered radio - *Sand and traction mats or old rugs *Shovel *Windshield scraper Connie Voeltz's on Sunday, Dec. 22nd Frank of Willmar and Leona's friend were Mark and Deb Adolphson and Alton Dahl visited Ruth Torgerson on "" '" ' Ryan and Brittany from Edina; Benji Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 17th. WARNING and Stacie Boll and Taylor and Mason Evelyn Zahnow s family spent from Wahpeton, ND; and Eldora Sunday, Dec. 22nd at Evelyn's home Nelson from Milbank, SD. for dinner to help Evelyn observe her Aeration Systems starting on or after 1/4/O3 The B,od?.Sinke family sn.t !he birthday which was on Saturday, Dec. will cause thin ice conditions on the following weeK-ena wth reter ana ram 5temKe. 21st. lakes in the following counties... Many of Flons Thlelke s famdy Ervm and Lamome Herr ", " " " " mann and Stevens Co. Lake Hatti - Scott Twp. R. 43W T 124N, Sect. 21; Big Stone Co. Artichoke Lake - Artichoke Twp. R. 44W, T 122N, SecL 35; Big Stone Co. Long Tom - Odessa Twp. R 45W T 121N, Sect. 6. If there are questions concerning these aeration systems please call, Lake Hatti, 320-324-2438, Artichoke Lake, 320-324- 2494; and Long Tom, 320-568-2425. Weather conditions may cause the areas of thin ice and open water to fluctuate greatly. Stay clear of the marked areas. Rejoice and embrace the spirit of the first Christmas when our Saviour was born. With deep appreciation for your loyal patronage and continued friendship. From the staff at ,, Birthright: II / // ] We would like to wish II/"--"r / +.a+o+a00ot00 o.a III / businesses that have ill / contributed so generously to il  / our center in 2002, The staff at Valley Queen Cheese wishes you Happy Holidays! CHEESE FACTORY, INC. Milbank, SD i Thank You! 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