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Kelsey Vigoren receives a $1,000 nominated because of her excel- Diversicom scholarship. Sunday, Jan. 16, 8:30 a.m.-noon, Monday, Jan. 17, Kimball Senior lent character, leadership and all-you-can-eat omelet breakfast Citizens meet (following lunch) at KES sixth-graders held gradua- (plus sausage, potatoes, apple- Senior Dining Center, at St. Anne's knowledge, tion June 3. sauce, sweet rolls, toast and bev- Church inKimball. Holy Cross School held an Jon Clark, principal of KES erage) at St. Wendelin's Parish in Tuesday, Jan. 18, 1-7 p.m., Red awards presentation May 25 for announces that he will be teav- students grades 1-4. Each student ing to take a job in Brainerd. The Luxemburg; $6 adults, $3 children Cross Bloodmobile at St. Anne's there received an award, ranging search for a new principal begins. 6-12, age 5 and younger free. Bake Church in Kimball; (320) 398- from social skills to academics. "Breakfast on the Farm" for sale and raffle too. 7282. See story on page 3. Spring sports come to an end. Stearns County was held at the Sun., Jan. 30, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 20, 6-7:30 p.m., softball, girls' golf, and track had Gregory farm where more than Omelet breakfast at Holy Cross St. Cloud VA Health Care System a deep run into the playoffs. Kim- 1,300 people were served break- School in Marry (Pearl Lake); "family and reintegration seminar" ball varsity golfer Erin Dingmann fast.An unexpected attraction was $7 adults, $5 children, includes at St. Cloud Public Library; (320) advanced to the state girls' golf thedeliverybyonecowoftwins. sausage, hash browns, rolls and 255-6453. See storyonpage3, tournament. Kimball 13U baseball team beverage. Saturday, Jan. 22, 9th annual Kimball l2U softball team takes wins USSSA and qualifies for Saturday, Feb. 5, Tenth annual Vegas Night Social sponsored by first place at the Dirt Devil Classic the World Series. The team went Alumni Basketball Tourney atKimball Area Chamber of Com-in Ramsey and Hutchinson Tour- undefeated throughout their sea- KAHS. merce; advance tickets required, nament. In the Dirt Devil cham- OVe tttettt Education son and entered the World Series contact a Chamber member, pionship game, the girls defeated 10-0. Long Prairie, 9-8. In the Hutchin- KAHS baseball team honors son championship game, the girls members by giving awards. Recip- Thursday, Jan. 13, 6 p.m., Wat- kins City Council meeting at City Friday, Jan. 14, Deadline to Soccer Clinic Jan. 15 Hall. submit Teacher of the Year nom- SCSU to offer Youth Soccer group. Participants should bring Tuesday, Jan. 18, 7 p.m., Kim- inations to diversiCOM; for more info. Clinic on Jan. 15 in the Husky cleats, ball and water bottle to the Hall; (320) 398-2725. Monday, Jan. 17, NO SCHOOL: Dome. clinic. St. Cloud State Unviersity and SCSU coaches and soccer play- Wednesday, Jan. 19, 6 p.m., Martin Luther King Jr holiday. Husky soccer coach Becky Hei- ers will be on hand at the clinic to Kimball school board meeting, in Friday, Jan. 21, Early Childhood berger will offer an indoor youth provide expert instruction in the board room in Kimball Area High Screening at KES; call Becca at School; (320) 398-5585. (320) 398-5425 ext. 205. soccer clinic from 9 to 11 a.m. basics of shooting, heading, pass- Tuesday, Feb. 1, 7 p.m., Kimball Monday, Jan. 24, NO SCHOOL for Jan. 15, in the majestic Husky ing/receiving and dribbling. The City Council meeting at City Hall; Kimball students (teacherworkshop). Dome at SCSU. The camp is open clinic will conclude with a scrim- (320) 398-2725. Monday, Jan. 24, 7 p.m., KAHS to all soccer players ages 6-12. mage. Tuesday, Feb. 8, 7 p.m., Maine Financial Aid Night, open to all The cost is $20 per person. For more information, please Prairie Township meeting at Kim- KAHS seniors and juniors (and Groups of 10 or more from a team call (320) 308-4967, or . $15 per player from that team or SP 0 SCHEDULES KimDoll uDa L- a na EtlglCa Boys' Basketball Thu., Jan. 13, 6 pm, at BBE THU., ]AN. 13, 6 PM, V. MAPLE LAKE TOE., ]AN. 18, 6 PM, V. PIERZ SAT., JAN. 15, 6 PM, V. ACGC Fri., Jan. 21, 6 pro, at Rockford Sat., Jan. 15, 9 am, 9th gr. at Litehfield Tourney Sat., Jan. 22, 3 pro, at NYA (IV at 1:30) Tue., Jan. 18, 6 pm, at Rockford TOE., JAN. 25, S PM, V. ROYALTON FrL, Jan. 21, 6 pro, at Holdingford Girls' Basketball Fri., Jan. 14, 6 pro, at Rockford Fri., Jan. 14, 6 pm, at Holdingford THE, lAI~l. ZO, ~i PM, V. PIERZ THE, JAN. 20, PM, V. HL-W-W Sat., Jan. 22, 4:30 pro, at NYA (JV at 1:30) SAT., ]AN. 22, 6 PM, V. ROCORI Tue., Jan. 25, 6 pro, at BBE Tue., Jan. 25, 6 pro, at Maple Lake FRI., ]AI~. 28, 6 PM, V. EDEaN VALLE-WATKINS Fri., Jan. 28, 6 pro, at Kimball Wrestling Thu., Jan. 13, 6 pm, at Pierz Dual Sat., Jan. 15, 10 am, at Dawson Boydl SAT., IAN. 15,10AM, KIMBALL DUALS TOIJP~ LqPV Duals Tue., Jan. 18, 6 pm, at Browerville Dual Tue., Jan. 18, 6:30 pm, at Holdingford reliable reporting o local news & events coupon savings special sections valuable advertising classifieds conversation starters for local news in your communify. Your complete source Renew by mail (P.O. Box 220, Kimball MN 55353) or on-line at www.TriCountyNews.MN __ FREE 2-month trial (new sub's only) __ FREE active military subscription __ one-year Minnesota subscription, $36 __ one-year out-of-state subscription, $46 __ GENIOR* Minnoooto oubgGription, $20 __ SENIOR* out-of-state subscription, $36 (* genior 62 older) (3-, 6- and 9-month subscriptions are available; ask us!) 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To register, cal1255-6172 try skiing will be offered by experi- extension 3, or e-mail , by noon Friday, Instruction will include the basics Jan. 14. ients were Austin Ruehle, Alek Young, Danny Jensen, and Ty Fil- zen. State Bank of Kimball holds their annual customer apprecia- tion day June 18. They also cele- brate the 25th and 50th anniversa- ries of employees Keith Markwardt and Jane Pickle, respectively. A major summer storm hits much of Minnesota June 17. Many wall and funnel clouds were spot- ted, let alone 39 reported tornado sightings. Kristen Kuechle receives a $500 scholarship from the National Wild Turkey Federation. Dean Stewart of Watkins runs in his first-ever marathon June 11 in Duluth. Stewart ran the Grand- ma's Marathon in 4:19:30. He placed 2,160th out of more than 5,600 runners. Frank Schiefelbein II talks to a group of people in the Kimball City Hall June 22 about his life and farming. The event was spon- sored by the Kimball Area Histori- cal Society. Fair Haven has a very success- ful Old Settlers Picnic. The day includes a parade, games, food, getting together with friends, and much more. Ridgewater College holds a football camp at KAHS June 21- 22. Forty-eight players from grades 7-12 attend the camp. Arrivals: Emma Elizabeth Brandt was born in June to Steven and Sarah Brandt. Departures: Duane "Beno" Ben- oit, 78, died June 4. Bernard Proft, 87, died June 4. Denby E Kielty, 93, died June 8. Louise M. VanNurden, 87, died June 9. Dona Mae Schreiner, 79, died June 18. Clinton Cossairt, 78, died All Within Your Reach bV placW just ONE ari with vour local newrpaper It's Easy It's EffeclJve It's Affordable Expand your market and increase your profits by advertising in newspapers all over the state through the Minnesota 2x2 Display Ad Network. To be continued next week. Exhibit to end Jan. 20 "The Indelible (P)ink: The Pink Panther and Popular Cul- ture" exhibit at the Stearns His- tory Museum is closing Jan. 20. The exhibit consists of 44 origi- nal animation cels plus 40 associ- ated drawings from the animated 1993 television series, "The Pink Panther" as well as 28 Pink Pan- ther memorabilia. The Pink Pan- ther was created by the late Isa- dore 'Friz' Freleng, who was one of the pioneers of modern animation and the creator of more than 300 cartoons featuring Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, Tweety Pie and Yosemite Sam. Freleng won an Academy Award for the Pink panther opening titles 0f the 1963 film The Pink Panther starring Peter SeUars. The exhibit is on loan from the Daura Gallery at Lynchburg College in Lynch- burg, ~a. Museum hours are Mon- day through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays noon to 5 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults and $2 for children. Children under age 5 flee; Museum members are admitted free. The Museum is located at 235 33rd Avenue South in St. Cloud. For more information please call (320) 253-8424. representative how it works!