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Inside this week: • 201.2 in review, begins on page 2, • History: Memorial tledi-\\; cated to 38 Dakota men " hung in 1862, page 4. ' • Seniors collected ,gifts forWatkins family, page 5. • CivilWar digest, page 6- • Cubs wrestlers take on #1 national team;page 7. • EV-W band/choir trip to Florida, page 8, . • Crimeblotter, pages 10:IL: • New Year weather col- umn; page 16. Your Hometown Paper I{|llllllJllllJlllllllJlllllhlllll{lllllll{lllll{l{llllllllll ******"'*"*M.IXED A.JDC 50002 91 12/31/2013 C005 ' SMALLTOWN PAPERS, INC. 217 W COTA ST SHELTON WA 98584-2263 Newsstand Price: Volume 65 • Issue 48 Thursday ° January 3, 2013 In br00e00. HAPPY 2013 ! We would like to thank all who have made 2012 such an exciting and successful year. Thank you to our advertisers whose support makes this all possible. Thank you to our readers, our reason for working so hard each week. And thank you to all who have provided news items, photos, and story ideas; we welcome and need your continued input. Thank you to a dedicated staff who each week go above and beyond the call of duty. Thank you to local postal carriers who weve worked hard this past year. And, last but not least, thank you to the crew at Sauk Centre Web Printing.who do a beautiful job prinlhag this paper, now in two editions, every single week We have a retrospective of the year beginning on page 2 this week and contin for the next few weeks. The photo montages on page 1 and page 16 represent just some of the local events we covered from lanuary through March 2012. It truly has been an interest- ing past 52 weeks. We look for- ward to bringing you another 52 issues in 2013, full of "local people, local stories, local life!" Getting back to 'usual' Starting ]an. 2, schedules for schools, businesses and gov- ernment should be getting back to normal. In sports, boys' basketball has Kimball at EV-W Thursday evening, Jan. 3. Friday, Jan. 4, the Lady Cubs play at Maple Lake while the Lady Eag/es take on BBE. Wrestling finds Kimball hosting a tri-meet Thursday, and EV-W participating in a tournament at NYA. Upcoming benefits • Fri., ]an. 4, All-you-can- eat Fish Fry at Generations Ballroom (benefits fifth- and sixth-grade field trips at Kimball Elementary) • Sat., Jan. 5, Pancake breakfast at Kimball UMC • Sat., Jan. 12, Dinner and silent auction for Emily Sieben, at St. Anthony Church and Watkins Village Hall • Thurs., Jan. 17, KAHS National Honor Society spaghetti dinner • Sat., Jan. 19, Benefit for Gavin James in Hutchinson Index for Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013 Church/Obits ........ 6 Schools/Sports .... 7-8 Crime ........... 10-11 Legals .......... 12-13 Calendar .......... 14 Classifieds ......... 15 Inside this week: • 201.2 in review, begins on page 2, • History: Memorial tledi-\\; cated to 38 Dakota men " hung in 1862, page 4. ' • Seniors collected ,gifts forWatkins family, page 5. • CivilWar digest, page 6- • Cubs wrestlers take on #1 national team;page 7. • EV-W band/choir trip to Florida, page 8, . • Crimeblotter, pages 10:IL: • New Year weather col- umn; page 16. Your Hometown Paper I{|llllllJllllJlllllllJlllllhlllll{lllllll{lllll{l{llllllllll ******"'*"*M.IXED A.JDC 50002 91 12/31/2013 C005 ' SMALLTOWN PAPERS, INC. 217 W COTA ST SHELTON WA 98584-2263 Newsstand Price: Volume 65 • Issue 48 Thursday ° January 3, 2013 In br00e00. HAPPY 2013 ! We would like to thank all who have made 2012 such an exciting and successful year. Thank you to our advertisers whose support makes this all possible. Thank you to our readers, our reason for working so hard each week. And thank you to all who have provided news items, photos, and story ideas; we welcome and need your continued input. Thank you to a dedicated staff who each week go above and beyond the call of duty. Thank you to local postal carriers who weve worked hard this past year. And, last but not least, thank you to the crew at Sauk Centre Web Printing.who do a beautiful job prinlhag this paper, now in two editions, every single week We have a retrospective of the year beginning on page 2 this week and contin for the next few weeks. The photo montages on page 1 and page 16 represent just some of the local events we covered from lanuary through March 2012. It truly has been an interest- ing past 52 weeks. We look for- ward to bringing you another 52 issues in 2013, full of "local people, local stories, local life!" Getting back to 'usual' Starting ]an. 2, schedules for schools, businesses and gov- ernment should be getting back to normal. In sports, boys' basketball has Kimball at EV-W Thursday evening, Jan. 3. Friday, Jan. 4, the Lady Cubs play at Maple Lake while the Lady Eag/es take on BBE. Wrestling finds Kimball hosting a tri-meet Thursday, and EV-W participating in a tournament at NYA. Upcoming benefits • Fri., ]an. 4, All-you-can- eat Fish Fry at Generations Ballroom (benefits fifth- and sixth-grade field trips at Kimball Elementary) • Sat., Jan. 5, Pancake breakfast at Kimball UMC • Sat., Jan. 12, Dinner and silent auction for Emily Sieben, at St. Anthony Church and Watkins Village Hall • Thurs., Jan. 17, KAHS National Honor Society spaghetti dinner • Sat., Jan. 19, Benefit for Gavin James in Hutchinson Index for Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013 Church/Obits ........ 6 Schools/Sports .... 7-8 Crime ........... 10-11 Legals .......... 12-13 Calendar .......... 14 Classifieds ......... 15