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Inc. -- Kimj Crossword Last week's answers Solution time: 21 mins. IEIDIGIE. TIAIT.SlClAIMI KIMI AREA .C M THEIN WELL CO. Wells * Pumps Water Conditioning Cary Maus receives 2008 Chief's Award Cary Maus is holding the Chief's Award trophy given him in honor of his services to the Kimball Area Fire and Rescue. He has served in many capacities over the past 26 years, He is pictured with John Gohm- ann on the right. Submitted photo. Cary Maus (pictured left) was this year's pick for the 2008 Chief's Award. Cary has been on the department for 26 years and had held many offices. He is a former Chief, Asst. Chief, Captain, and is currently the Relief Association President. Cary was picked for this award for his long standing ded- ication to the Kimball Area Fire and Rescue. Behind the scenes, Cary takes care of the purchase and maintenance of all our pagers; he also does a tot with the upkeep of our fire hall. He attends all the regional meetings and brings back that information to the fire hall to keep us current with all that goes on at other departments. All in all, Cary has been a very beneficial part of keeping our department running at the highest level it has been. I wish to congratulate Cary for this very prestigious award. John Gohmann, Chief Kimball Area Fire and Rescue Drug trafficking arrest Friday, Jan. 23, around 6 p.m., a search warrant was issued for the address of 305 Ulla Ave., west of Grove City. The CEE VI Drug Task Force. Litchfield Police Dept., and the Meeker County Sheriff's Office executed the search warrant that followed an ongoing investigation for drug trafficking. Around three pounds of mar- ijuana and 29 grams of cocaine were found and later another pound of marijuana was found during the search of the home. A 63-year old man, Ralph Egmund Harald Frisch of Grove City was arrested during an unre- lated investigation in Golden Val- ley, and was" later moved to the Meeker County Jail where he is being held for formal charges of First Degree Controlled Sub- stances crimes. Marilyn Kay Frisch, age 58, also of Grove Citywas arrested and later released pending formal charges for First Degree Controlled Sub- stances crimes. The investigation is continuing and more arrests are expected. Sgt. Kathy Pederson ii::~ ,;~:~ Minnesota State Patrol Fish house rules Dear Trooper Kathy: What are the rules for fish houses? Can I pull mine down the highway or do I need registration on it? Trooper Kathy Says: I am going to refer you to another agency that also has a vested interest in this question. The Department of Nat- ural Resources have the following suggestions. Here are the rules. Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS), the Minnesota State Patrol and the Department of Natu- ral Resources (DNR), have deter- mined that a fish house on wheels meets the requirements of a trailer and must be registered as such. Registration is required for: Enclosed trailers with cargo doors that haul all terrain vehi- cles or other cargo and are used as a fish house. Other trailers manufactured for use as a fish house. Recreational trailers used sea- sonally as a fish house. These vehi- cles must be registered in one of the trailer classes. Recreational trail- ers must be registered in the rec- reational class. DVS has notified dealers that fish houses on wheels are considered trailers. Anyone in the business of selling them has to have the appropriate Minnesota dealer's license. If you have any questions, please contact the dep- uty registrar procedural line. DNR no longer requires a fish house license if the fish house is not left on the ice overnight unat- tended. Keep in mind that the trailer registration requirement is separate from any fish house license that DNR may require. It is possible that someone who has a fish house on wheels will need to have trailer registration from DVS and a fish house license from DNR. Customers who are unsure if they need a fish house license should contact DNR at (651) 296- 6157 or (888) 646-6367, or e-mail . Manufacturing group to meet with state officials Members of Central Minne- CMMA will join the Senate Busi- and prosper. sota Manufacturers Association (CMMA) plan to meet with state senators and representatives Mon- day, Feb. 9. to discuss the impor- tance of manufacturing to the Minnesota economy. The discus- sion will include key bullet points that can help create jobs, perhaps streamline state regulations, and enhance the climate for manufac- turing growth in Central Minne- sota. Following the 10 a.m. meet- ing and discussion at the capitol, ness Industry and Jobs Committee Meeting where Enterprise Minne- sota President Bob Kill, will pres- ent the results of the latest "Survey of Minnesota Manufacturers" to this key senate committee. CMMA President Les Engel and mem- bers of the CMMA governmental affairs committee will also pres- ent information about the value manufacturing provides to Cen- tral Minnesota and how CMMA can work together with state offi- cials to help manufacturing thrive CMMA is a membership-based organization serving manufactur- ers and related industries in cen- tral Minnesota. CMMA's 67 mem- bers benefit from peer network- ing, low-cost training, plant tours, benefit programs, promotional opportunities, and more. For more information about Central Minnesota Manufactur- ers Association or the upcom- ing meeting, contact Melissa Christianson at (800)654-5773 or . _ e~ ,.. _;'-C~_" ,.'"