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. L ,i ".'.~3,.li,L,.,. i2.,.~ilfdL .i~..#.d.I.;L,_LL;mLi. Thursday, March 26, 2009 Tri-County News * Kimball, MN Kimball sen or D K mball Schools Menu Friday: Lemon pepper fish or smoked sausage, scalloped pota- toes, beets, wheat bread, choco- late crazy cake. 1% milk is served with every meal. Menu is subject to change. Suggested contribution for per- sons 60+ and volunteers is $3.25, or what you can afford. Guests under 60 pay $6.50. REMINDER: When there is a Mar. 30-Apr. 3 Breakfast Monday: Pancake & sausage stick, juice choice, milk. Tuesday: Scrambled eggs & cheese, slice of toast, juice choice, milk. Wednesday: Sausage & cheese on an English muffin, fruit choice, milk. choice of entree on the menu, you Thursday: Breakfast pizza, will receive the first one listed juice choice, milk. UNLESS you notify us. The cof- Friday: Sausage patty & cheese fee pot is on by 11:15 a.m. every on an English muffin, juice choice, Wednesday. milk. For reservations, call Rosa- Lunch lea Hoeft (320) 398-2211 between Monday: Chicken patty on 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. the daybefore wheat bun or chili & cheese, veg- you plan on attending. Gift dining booklets are available at the Senior Dining Site and the State Bank of TWO-Car crash Mar. 30-Apr. 3 Monday-Euchre: Country fried steak w/country gravy, whipped potatoes w/country gravy; broc- coli, wheat bread, butterscotch pudding w/topping. Tuesday-Euchre: Sign up for Easter Dinner for April 7! Tater-tot casserole, fruited gelatin, lettuce salad w/dressing, wheat bread, rhubarb crisp w/topping. Wednesday-Euchre: Dead- line-sign up for Easter Dinner; Nutritional Education "Be Safe at Home" Roast turkey, whipped potatoes w/gravy, broccoli, wheat bread, banana pudding w/top- ping. Thursday: BBQ pork on a bun, seasoned potato wedges, cucum- ber salad, wheat bread, sugar cookie. Kimball. with injuries Monday, March 23, at around This program is funded in part under a contract with the Central MN Council on Aging as part of the Older Americans Act Program. 6:30 a.m., the Stearns County Sheriff's Office sent out offi- cers to a two-car crash with inju- ries on County Road 2 near Inter- state 94 in St. Joseph Township. St. Joseph Fire and Rescue and Gold Cross Ambulance were also sent to the scene. A semi-tractor Drug arrests at Crossroads NEWS LINE Shopping Centerdriven by Wayne Nelson, age 71, Members of the Central Minn. of Onamia, failed to stop at a stop Drug & Gang Task Force were sign on County Road 2, after exit- alerted by an off-duty officer Fri- ing westbound Interstate 94, strik- day, March 20, that a man near the ing a Toyota Camry driven by Jon shopping center had an active war- Fish, age 42, of St. Joseph. Fish was rant for his arrest. The Task Force taken to St. Cloud Hospital and Road 146, about one quarter mile east of Highway 15. Minnesota State Patrol, Kimball Fire and Res- cue, and Gold Cross Ambulance also responded. The accident involved a John Deere tractor, pulling a TMR mixer, and a 1997 Pontiac Sunfire. The tractor, owned by Richard Jan- ski, age 42, of Kimball, was driven by Thomas Janski, age 17, of South Haven. Janski was going west on CR 146, when he missed a turn and came to a stop. Before the trac- tor could move, it was struck from behind by the Pontiac, owned by Jessi Kronenberg, age 41, of Kim- ball, and driven by Sarah Olson, age 17, also of Kimball. Olson had a passenger, Melissa Hechtel, age 17, of South Haven, in the car with her. Both Olson and Hechtel were taken by ambulance to St. Cloud Hospital. No one in the car was wearing a seatbelt. The condi- tions at the time of the crash were extremely foggy" and the roads were very slippery. The conditions of Olson and Hechtel are unknown at this time and the crash remains under investigation by the Stearns County Sheriff's Office. by Matilda Charles Alzheimer's study needs volunteers confirmed the warrant, a body treated for injuries. The Sheriff's warrant out of McLeod County for Office and Minnesota State Patrol Elan Pharmaceuticals is look- charges of Dishonored Check. are investigating the accident. ing for more volunteers for a Officers found the man, Chris- clinical trial for a drug to treat tian John Piepenburg, age 36, of Crash on County Alzheimer's disease. Called the Investigational Clinical Amyloid Litchfield, in a car in the parking lot. They made an arrest on theroad 146 Research in Alzbeimer's study, its warrant. During the arrest, offi- The Stearns County Sheriff's purpose is to evaluate the effec- cers found that Piepenburg had officers were sent to a two-car tiveness of a drug called bapineu- about 3.5 grams of Methan]phet- accidentwithinjuries, aboutga.m. zumab in slowing the progression amine. With more searching of the Saturday, March 21, on County of Alzheimer's. This is a Phase III study, which car, another 1.5 grams of Meth- amphetamine and $500 cash was means it s found enough positive found. reason to continue since the study Owner of the car, Sara Lynn started in December 2007. Phases Breitkreutz, age 26, of Litchfield, I and II are fairly small groups of was present andwas also arrested. people, and the study involves Both were booked into the Stearns some adjustmentsto dosing. Phase County jail, later released, on III involves alarger group for alon- charges of Fifth Degree Controlled ger duration and is much more Substance. expensive for the company. The car, a 1997 Chrysler Sebring, Here are some of the eligibil- and cash were seized pending for- ity requirements: You must be feitureproceedings. between 50 and 88 years old, have a diagnosis of mild to moderate Alzheimer's and have a caresiver who can go to the study with you. If accepted, you'll get medical Fatal crash monitoring, exams and lab tests for free, as well as the drug itself, in Eden Lake Researchers plan to give 60 per- cent of participants the real drug,Township while 40 percent will receive a pin- Sunday, March 22, at about cebo for comparisorl. 1:18 p.m., the Stearns County Sher- You'll have to go to the study location 15 times during the course of 83 weeks. During that time you'll receive six doses of the drug every 13 weeks and have exams and blood tests. To learn more about the study and to see if you live near one of the 186 study locations, go to and put NCT00575055 in the search box. Or you can call the study coordinator at (866) 446- 5463. There is more information at www.ICARAstudy.com and (877) BE-VITAL. The best first step is to consult with your doctor and ask if this is something you should do. 2009 King Features Synd., Inc. iff's Office sent officers to a one-car crash with injuries in Eden Lake Township, County Road 9, south of the intersection with County Road 21. Eden Valley Fire and Res- cue and LifeLink Helicopter were also called to the scene. An SUV southbound on County Road 9 crossed over the north- bound lane, struck an approach and went into a pasture where it rolled several times. The driver, George Allen Filiatrault, age 54 of Eden Valley, was taken to the St. Cloud Hospital by LifeLink Helicopter Air Ambulance. His wife Bonnie Kay Filiatrault, age 57, in the front passenger seat, was pronounced dead at the scene. The crash remains under investi- gation by the Sheriff's Office and the State Patrol. 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