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Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. 29 Sweet potato 48 Comprehen- 7 Miraculous 32 Horses 30 VaSt expanse sive 8 Landscape, 33 Puppy 31 Have coming 50 Sheltered e.g. 35 Make up 32 Western st. 51 Spuds' buds 9 Orbit your mind 33 Humpty's 52 S.A. nation segment 36 It's said to perch 53 Rotate 10 "Go, teamF' make you 34 Actress 54 Withered 11 Past Smile Jeanne 55 Monterrey 16 Sprite-like 38 Jed Clampett 35 Erstwhile monarch 20 Branch actor acorn DOWN 23 Jacob's 39 Villainous 36 Paratrooper's 1 Undergoes brother look need recession 24 Hit 42 Prevaricator 37 Bashful 2 Body powder repeatedly 43 Concerning friend? 3 Neighbor- 25 "Boola Boola" 44 Like quiche 39 The girl hood campus 45 -- de deux 40 A/C meas. 4 Planned in 26 G-men 46 Matterhorn or 41 "South detail, with 27 Count Jungfrau Pacific .... out" counterpart 47 Floral heroine 50uzo 28 Verifiable garland 45 The gang flavoring 29 Tie up the 49 Zee preceder I 6 Hostel phone Regional K-6 Chess Tournament Break out the chess game boards. Once again, it is time for the Regional Chess Tournament coordinated by Resource Train- ing & Solutions. The event will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m: Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009, at Discovery Community School, Waite Park. Students in grades kindergar- ten through sixth grade may reg- ister. However, students must be pre-registered in order to com- pete. Registration deadline is Jan. 9, 2009. Please contact Joyce Rife at the number below. This event is co-sponsored by Resource Training & Solutions, District 742 Academic Achieve- ment and Community Education. Any questions regarding the tournament contact: Joyce Rife, Coordinator, (320) 255-3236; toll- free)(888) 447-7032. Janet Wood, Tournament Director (320) 253- 2098 KES students draw pictures, some win prizes 2008 King Features Synd., Inc. S L I A I D KEY I N L Ill SAL PRO ACG E TH GRE HOE ODD -- King Crossword -- Last week's answers Solution time: 25 mins. MIIlal  IBBOIMIS K E!IOIAIRNFlalU n s)tlOInlemFIule e ,,E IIEIWNNIAIKIE D mRiEiOmDlelv o I LISNCIAlUlSlE S EiNslPlulRILIoIc K RiNEIoIsNTIoIR I slmxl ilsmslrlu D .......  ": ' ii i RE |N G Available at FRENCH LAKE STORE (320) 274.8495 Each of the above students won prizes for their Christmas drawings, selected by the Tri-County News, and sponsored by various local businesses, Pictured are (back) Ashley Bauman, Maddy O'Brien, Savanah Gohman; (middle) Maicy Vossen, Karl Jo Scliiefelbein, Grace Kopitzke, Mackenzie Skaggs, Erika Johnson, Kristen Koltes, and Ashlee Ahlrich; and (front) Reid Kopitzke, Hayden Hurrle, Rachel Utecht, and Emily Laumer. Congratulations to all the students who did drawings, and "thank you" to all the businesses who brought them to you last week. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. , (-It)(-It)(l. 4-H January Family Fun Night Meeker County 4-H will be field. All 4-H members are encour- KM66AREA holding its annual 4-H Family Fun aged to attend. Please note that Night on Monday, Jan. 19 at the these times are approximate. .CORM THEIN ii WELL CO. Wells Pumps Water Conditioning Family Services Center in Litch- field. The schedule for the evening is as follows: 5:30-5:45 - Registration 5:45- 6:00 - Welcome Activity 6:00-7:15 - Activities Planned activities include: Wildlife Animal Tracks with Cath- erine Baumann, Fishing for Food Shelf with the Litchfield Satellites, Weaving a jump rope with the Kimball Kruisers, and games with the Meeker County 4-H Ambassa- dors. All Meeker County 4-H'ers are invited to attend. Please RSVP to the Extension Office byWednes- day, Jan. 14. Following Family Fun Night, we will hold our January Federa- tion Meeting/Fundraiser Kick-Off at 7:30 p.m., and a Livestock Plan- ning Meeting at 8:15 p.m. These meetings will also be held at the Family Services Center in Litch- For more information on how to get involved in the Meeker County 4-H Program, please contact the Extension Office at (320) 693-5275 or (877) 993-5275. The University of Minne- sota Extension Service is an equal opportunity educator and employer. Kimball Area Emergency  j Food ShelJ St. Anne's Church in Kimball 10 - 10:45 a.m. Tues./Thurs. Also open 2nd Monday of the month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. tel. (320) 398-2211 1-800,450,800( For after-hours emergencies, call one of the area churches, I/lIllllllllIlllliIIlIIIIllllllIllINII[-]{]l|