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IilllllllBI P 1". -- Jk --t-- Thursday, March 24, 2011 ........................ Tri-Coun News • Kimball, N Legal Notice NOTICE OF GRAVEL BIDS KINGSTON TOWNSHIP Kingston Township is asking for bids on gravel for 2011. In the pa.st we have used approximately 9,000 yards of class 5 gravel. Include in your bid class 5 gravel, road work assistance, wash outs and frost boils and you must work with our township board and grader oper- ator. We will do a random tesl on gravel loads being hauled. Due to weather conditions there will pos- SWIMMING LESSONS AVAILABLE AT WATKINS AREA POOL sibly be emergency calls. If you Registration for swimming lessons will beheld Saturday, March 26, 2011 from 9 to ll a.m. at have further questions call Gall Schiefelbein / clerk at 320-398- 8400. Send bids to Kingston Town- ship 35359 - 732 Avenue Kimball, MN 55353 byApril 1, 2011. Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays, March 17 and 24, 2011. Legal Notice of appeal and equalization. The NOTICE OF BOARD OF board shall review the valuation. APPEAL & EQUALIZATION classification, or both if necessary, KINGSTON TOWNSHIP and shall correct it as needed. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Generally, an appearance before That on Tuesday, the 5th day of your local board of appeal and April, 2011 at 1:00-1:30 P.M., has equalization is required by law been fixed as the date for the meet- before an appeal can be taken to ing of the Local Board of Appeal & your county board of appeal and Equalization in your Township of equalization. Kingston for said year. This meet- Pursuant to the provisions of ing should be held in our office Minnesota Statutes Section274.03, as provided by law. The purpose you are required to give notice of of this meeting is to determine said meeting by publication and whether taxable property in the posting, not later than ten days city has been properlyyalued and prior to the date of said meeting• classified by the assessor, and also Given under my hand this to determine whether corrections 8th day of March, 2011 need to be made. Robert J. Anderson, If you believe the value or clas- County Assessor sification of your property is incur- Meeker County, Minnesota rect, please contact your assessor's Gall Schiefelbein/. Clerk office to discuss your concerns• If Kingston Township you are still not satisfied with tile Published in the Tri-County valuation or classification after News Thursdays, March 24 and 31, conferring with your assessor, you 2011. may appear before the local board Kimball Police have a new 'ride' the Eden Valley-Watkins High School in Eden Valley, Below is a schedule of dates and times lessons will be offered. Lessons will be held Monday through Thursday for two weeks. Class will only be held on Friday ifa makeup day is needed due to bad weather• If you are unable to register on the 26th, you may register by phone starting Tuesday, March 29th by calling 320- 764-6400. All phone registrations must be paid within three (3) days of registration or the registration wilt be cancelled. Payment can be mailed to City of Watkins, Box 306, Watkins lVlN 55389 or a drop box is available at City Hall. Class size will be •limited as follows: Preschool: 6 students; Level 1:10 students; Level 2:8 students; Level 3:8 students; Levels 4 & 5:6 students. We will no longer offer Level 6, Children must be at least 5 years old and at least 42" tall to enter Level 1. Classes will also be subject to change if the class is not at least half full one week prior to the start of class. The fee for Levels Preschool through 5 is $30. Levels 1-5 will be instructed per American Red Cross guidelines. The Preschool level will be instructed as in previous years. It will not be the American Red Cross program. The city may have either a lifeguard or a WSI handling the preschool classes. ABSOLUTELY NO REFUNDS WILL BE MADE. Session I [ Session 2 [ Session 3 [ Session 4 June 6-16 [ June 20-30 [ July 11-21 l July 25-Aug, 4 t t 1 9-9:50 Level 2[ 9- 9:50 Level 2 [ 9 - 9:50 Level I l 9- 9:50 Level 1 Level 3 I Level 3 I Level 2 [ Level 2 Level 5 [ Level 4 [ Level 4 [ Level 5 I I t " 10 - 10:50 Level 1l 10-iO:50 Level 1 [ 10 - 10:50 Level 1 [ 10- i0:5:0 Level.2 Level 3 [ Level 3 [ Level 3 l Level 3 LeVel 4 I Level 5 [ Level 5 [ Level 4 • ! I I 1t- 11:50 Level 2 11 - 11:50Level:2 [ 11 - 11:50 Level 1 ] 11 - 11:50 Level I Level 3 [ * Level 3 ] Level 3 [ ~ level 2 Level 4 i Level 4 [ Level.4 I Level 4 Preschool ] PreschoolI Preschool[ Preschool 1 1 I 12 - 12:50 Level I [ 12 - 12:50Level 1 [ 12 - 12:50 Level i I 12 - 12:50 Level 1 Level 3 l Level 3 ] Level 2 l " Level 3 Level 5 1 Level 5 I Level 5 Level 5 Preschool] PreschoolI Preschoolt Preschool r Preschool: Ages 3-5 ~ ~--- ;- .............. .~~.__..~ Level 1: Introto Water Skitls (5 and ofder and 42" tall) I ........ ..... ~. __,1k1 Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic Skills [~,~ " ~ ~';[~ Level 3: Stroke Development [ - -- ~----~~-~_:~/~ Level 4: Stroke Irnpmvement I Z~'~ ~,~~.~-~ -- Level 5: Stroke Refinement I .... • I-411 ~"~--~ V~,~. ~ J ........ I Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays, March 17 and 24, 2011 , -- __j/ ~i ~ • ~ ~'~ ~ ~, ;~i~'~ i"~i~~'~'~i~:~ The new Kimball Police "squad car" is here, fully equipped as a modern police vehicle, and now on the job. The fact that it's a black Dodge Ram pickup, and that its police lights are barely visible when not in operation, gets a few second glances. The old squad car, a Dodge Durango, still will be used by other Kimball Police officers. The even older squad car (an actual car, not an SUV or pickup), may or may not be retired; it has more than 159,000 hard miles on it. Pictured is police chief Jim Frilstad pa- trolling on Highway 15 for speeders. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. Kimball Fire Dept. trains drivers In a small, volunteer fire department there's no room for specializa- tion. Everyone is cross-trained to do every task. That includes driving any of the fire and rescue vehicles. Kimball received a grant to cover all of the $3,500 cost for computerized driving training that was com- pleted over three days last week for all members of the department. Above, Rose Borman is at the seat in the computerized fire truck sim- ulator from St. Cloud Technical College. Instructor Scott Dingmann guided each driver, one at a time, through a number of challenges in- cluding equipment breakdown, pedestrian traffic, weather problems, and inattentive drivers in other vehicles. Another component of the training was watching a safety video. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. Stearns sentencing, arrest; crime blotter Kimball man convicted of deputies found some of the cartons South. Watkins. multiple charges of cigarettes and other evidence that 6:49 p.m. the Sheriff's Office dis- Twenty-one- 'ear-old Zachary linked some of the occupants to the patched the Watkins Ambulance for Perowitz of Kimball was convicted burglary, a medical on Central Avenue North, Watkins. The individual was treated Feb. 24, 2011, of a number of crimes Deputies arrested Michael Gene at the scene. including domestic assault, posses- Wood, age 18, of Waite Park and Thursday, March 17 sion of marijuana, and violation of John Ross Gray, age 18, of Sartell for 3:4~ p.m. the Sheriff's Office a restraining order, third-degree burglary and booked responded to a report of suspicious Judge Davick-Halfen sentenced them into the Stearns County Jail. activity at a residence on 3rd Street Perowitz to complete a chemical They were released pending aSouth, Watldns. Upon arrival of the dependency evaluation, abstain future court appearance. The inves- deputyeverythingwasfoundtobefine. from alcohol and non-prescribed tigation is continuing and future 9:29 p.m. the Sheriff's Office mood-altering substances, random suspects may be identified, responded to a report of suspicious urinalysis, provide a DNA sample, Meeker County Sheriff's Office activity on 675th Avenue, Watkins. A remain law-abiding, and remain Sunday, March 20 deputy found everything to be fine. Wednesday, March 16 medication-compliant while serv- 4:07 p.m. the Sheriff's Office 3:04 p.m. the Sheriffs Office received ing seven years probation, His jail responded to a cellular 9-1-1hang up a report of a civil matter at Eden Valley- time is 482 days for one offense and from the area of 350th Street, Wat- Watkins High School, Eden Valley. The 370 for another; and he is ordered kins. A deputy searched the area and parties resolved the matter themselves everything was okay. to pay $200 in fines plus surcharges, Saturday, March 19 andlawenforcementwas not needed. and to pay $468 in restitution. 12:37 a.m. the Sheriff's Office 7:03 p.m. the Sheriff's Office received a found cell phone near St. Augusta burglary, arrest responded to a noise complaint at a the access on Lake Francis on 330th Monday, March 21, at about residence in the Watkins Trailer Park, Street, South Haven. 11:51 p.m., the Stearns County Watkins. The deputies made contact sheriff's Office received a report of and the resident was warned.Tuesday, March 15 6:58 p.m. the Sheriff's Office a burlary alarm at the St. Augusta 4:46 a.m. the Sheriff's Office dis- received a civil complaint from an Mini-Serve convenience store in patched Watkins Ambulance for address on 367th Street, Kimball. A a medical at a residence on Luella St. Augusta. When deputies arrived, Street, Watkins. One individual was deputy responded and advised the they found that the glass door had treated at the residence, party of their options. been broken open. Store manage- 11:01 p.m. the Sheriff's Office dis- 7:33 p.m. the Sheriff's Office ment reported that cartons of ciga- patched Watkins Ambulance, per the assisted the public at an address on rettes were missing, request of Stearns County, for amedical CentralAvenue North, Watkins. While responding to the alarm, a on Spruce Avenue, Kimball. The ambu- Monday, March 14 deputy noticed a vehicle in~ the area lance was canceled prior to arrival. 10:44 a.m. the Sheriff's Office received a request to assist the Baxter and he recorded the license number. Friday. March 18 That information eventuallyled dep- 12:20 p.m. the Sheriff's Office Police in a Violation of Order for Pro- tection at a residence on 370th Street, uties andWaite Park Police Officers to dispatched Watkins Ambulance to Watkins.Areportwastaken. a medical at a residence on Luella aWaite Park residence. Deputies tried Street, Watkins. One individualwas 3:18 p.m. the Sheriff's Office to make contact with people inside transported to the St. Cloud Hospital• responded to a report of cows out on the~esidence, but were unsuccessful. 3:42 p.m. the Sheriff's Office took County State Aid Highway 2, Wat- Investigators obtained a search war- a report of order for protection viola- kins. The deputy made'contact with • the owner and he advised would get rant for the residence• Once inside, tion at a residence on Cedar Avenue them backinto the pasture.