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PAGE 2 Febru 11, 2016 News of our students www.tricountynews.mn D-Team competes at Trollhaugen University of Minnesota Twin University of Jamestown (North Cities dean's list, requires 3.66 Dakota) UJ Athletic Director's gpa and 12 or more credits Honor Roll, 3.4 or higher gpa. From Richmond, John M. From South Haven, Melanie Pederson, sophomore, College of Braun Liberal Arts University of North Dakota, Grand From South Haven, Cameron Forks dean's list L. Hunt, junior, College of Science From Kimball, Nicole and Engineering Knickerbocker Northern Michigan University announces the dean's list for the fall 2015 semester. From Kimball, Ashlyn Jendro U of M Crookston Fall Semester 2015 graduates From Kimball, Olivia Marie Fischer, Bachelor of Science in Animal Science. EV-W auditions Open to all Auditions will be held in for both guys and girls. mid-February for "Grease" the- Auditions: Tuesday, Feb. 16, musical to be performed the first 6-8:30 p.m.; Wednesday, Feb. 17, week in May by the EV-W Drama3:15-5:30 p.m.; and Thursday, Feb. Club. Upper elementary students, 18-6-8:30 p.m. teens, and adults from our com- * Call-backs: Tuesday, Feb. 23, munities are welcome to attend 6-8:30p.m. auditions. Grease has great parts Rehearsals begin Thursday, Feb. 25, at 6 p.m. Rehearsal days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday eve- nings 6-9 p.m., and Wednesdays, 3:15-5:15 p.m. Call Vicki Meyer at (320) 224- 1371, or Kris Latcham at (320) 493- 9812 with questions. EV-W Music Department thanks The EV-W Music Department Powder Ridge Alpine D-Team racers who placed in the Trollhaugen race are, left would like to thank everyone for to right, Tom Becker placed third in ll-year-old boys, Andy Becker placed first in supporting us at the Chili Supper the 9-year-old boys; and Ellie Becker placed first in 8-year-old girls. Submitted Friday, Jan. 29. It was a success! photo. Special thanks to AMPI, and The Powder Ridge Alpine The overall Powder Ridge Alpine Mark Eckerly for donating the D-Team competed Saturday, D-Team placed third. Their next cheese, State Bank of Eden Valley for donating the napkins, and the Feb. 6, at Trollhaugen in Dresser, race is at Powder Ridge Saturday, Kitchen Staff of EV-W High School Wis. They raced against WildFeb. 20. Mountain, Detroit Mountain, Also, the Powder Ridge for making the food and working Mount Kato, Andes Tower Hills Freestyle Team competed with us to make the event a suc- and Trollhaugen. Three stu- Sunday, Feb. 7, at Trollhaugen in a cess. We appreciate your support! dents from Kimball raced. Tom Snowcross race. Tom Becket com- Kris Latcham Grades 5-12 Choral Director Becker placed third in ll-year-old peted on twin-tip skis and placed boys; Andy Becker placed first in sixth. Andy Becker competed on The kids are being kitchen helpers! the 9-year-old boys; Ellie Becker snowboard and placed second.Adam Stommes and Zach Kuechle are placed first in 8-year-old girls, dishing up ice cream.Submittedphoto. Emmer introduced legislation honoring Cgnm. Eugene McCarthy 7 L lr / Washington, D.C.-Wednesday,authored more than 20 books on Feb. 3, Congressman Tom Emmer public policy, political theory and introduced H.R. 4425 to com-economics; and served five terms memorate the late Minnesota in the U.S. House and two termsin ~ ~~~~ Congressman Eugene McCarthy the Senate. 2016 marks what would by designating the post office at have been McCarthy's 100th birth- St. John s University - where he day, and we hope to commemo- attended and taught in his hon3r, rate his work in Washington and St. John s University is home to the back in Minnesota through this McCarthy Center for Public Policy des!gnation." & Civic Engagement which aims to I am pleased to endorse this promote dialogue, civic education, idea in, recognition of one o,f and political engagement in youth St. John s most esteemed alumni, following in Eugene McCarthy s said St. John's University President footsteps. This legislation had Michael , Hemesath. 'Eugene the support of all Minnesota's McCarthy s lifelong service and Members of Congress. civic engagement is legendary 'Eugene McCarthy was an and he was a seminal figure in ~,~-J~k~.~.,~ "~ ~" " i~;''rJ i' /I ~' incredible servant to Minnesota both state and national.politics in and our country as a whole," said the latter half of the 20th century. ..... ::::: :~ ~ :: ......... Emmer. "He shook the founda- The naming of the Collegeville ........ :::: ..... tions of the politicalestablishment post office is an appropriate corn- at a national level; served in the memoration ofallthat he has done War Department under Militaryfor the university, the state and Intelligence during World War II; country." POSTMASTER: Send address changes to the DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: 2 p.m. Monday Tri-County News, P.O. Box 220, Kimball MN 55-353. (3 p.m. Friday if Monday is a holiday). The Tri-County News (USPS 639-180) is entered at the Post Office, Kimball, Minnesota OUR AWARD-WINNING STAFF: sTS~53r53Uic~YuPt~!:~'z;s'/tixS2PUob'l~il~e~aT~MrNda5Y~5b3Y'M i~ ] ~ B ~ ~ / LOCATIONS: Our office is at 70 S. Main St. Jean Doran Matua, Editor and Publisher in downtown Kimball. Weekday office hours are Maxine Doran: Typesetter, Circulation Monday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Tuesday through Friday Marguerite Laabs: Photographer 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Our telephone and fax number is (320) 398-5000 or (320) 453-6397. E-mail can be Sue Hughes: Creative Designer addressed to news@tricountynewsMN. Our Web Jayne Harff: Office Manager site is www.tricountynews.MN. We also have drop Pat Garry: Staff Writer sites at Ertl Hardware Hank in downtown Watkins. 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