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............................... www.tricountynews.mn KAHS horticulture class makes planters Kimball Ag Department horticulture class is building pallet planters for decorating purposes. Pictured are Jake Borman (left) and Dunkin Westrich (righti of the Horticulture class with an example of a finished pallet. Jake and Dunkin, along with Tommie Lochen made a presentation to the Kimball area Chamber of Commerce Thursday, March 31. A number of businesses signed up to sponsor a pallet for their business. The pallets will be painted especially for the business where it will be displayed. If you are interested in a pallet planter, please contact the Kimball Area High School Ag department between 8:20- 9 a.m. or after school. Submitted photo. KAHS FFA dairy judging practice PAGE 7 April 7, 2016 KNAUS [',,t,lYlill[ ,v, ltl, tS'tt SAUSAGE 'Kimball's Got HOUSE I, i 'r"= We sell beef 1/4's a 1/2's I T- l ..+,zal llt;, I1" J WE" Whole hogs This year, Kimball Senior [~ [~--4 ,'-,] Call now for butchering appointment - F . "l Scholarship (KSS) committee is [~19 .... ALL LOCAL ANIMALS! , ~ 'PI hosting a TALENT CONTEST of '"HouRs 8:5:30"MoNDAY..$ATURD~,~'- 8:30-N0.0,N SUNDAY' ] local talent, as entertainment for ~ ............. , ............. , .............. , the scholarship awards event to [ Web: ~w.~~.com * Emil: kaam~mdtd,ael. (320) 398-5485 . 31 S Main Sl glmball [ be held Saturday, May 7. GRAND prize of $500, SECOND prize of $250, and THIRD prize $100. Come join us for an evening of fun local talent and help support our seniors as they receive their scholarships for college. the show Tickets are $25 for and hors d'oeuvres. Find us at Facebook Senior Scholarship. Post Prom party being planned @ Kimball Ag Instructor/FFA Advisor Tracy Nelson (at left) is showing Andrew Massmann (right) some of the finer points in judging dairy cows. The FFA dairy judging team visited Tracy's family dairy farm to practice for the upcoming dairy judging contest to be held at South Dakota State University. Submitted by: Athena Capes, Kimball FFA Reporter. The post prom committee has been busy planning a post prom party for the KAHS students and their dates. The post prom partywill take place right after the dance. Many students leave the dance, and end up at parties where drink- ing alcohol is involved. Many of these students end up getting behind the wheel after consum- ing alcohol. We are trying to create a fun-filled and safe environment for our children. The students will not be able to leave the event; and the parents and others in our com- munity will have peace of mind knowing our children are safe. We are also seeking donations of money, gift cards or prizes for the event, if you, your family and or business can help contribute to the post prom party, you may mail or drop them off at: Kimball Community Education, Post Prom Party, PO Box 368, Kimball, MN 55353. You may also contact Karla Ehlinger at (320) 250-5357, if you would like for us to pick up an item. Thanks for all your support. We have all you need to make your Time to stop pruning oaks The safe period to prune oak the fungus moving between con- trees is over, according to the nectedrootsofoaks. Minnesota Department of Natural To prevent the spread of oak wilt, Resources. With recent warm tem- follow these guidelines peratures, oaks are now at high risk Trim oak trees during the win- ofbecominginfectedwith oakwilt, ter (November through February). "Beetles that carry the oak Avoid wounding or cutting wilt fungus are attracted to sap oak trees when beetles are active on fresh cuts on oaks," said Brian in spring and summer. Schwingle, DNR forest health spe- Immediately treat cuts or cialist. "Therefore, oaks should wounds with pruning paint from not be pruned when these beetles spring through autumn. are active, which is right now." Cut down diseased oaks in the Current oak wilt risk level can winter. be found on the DNR oak wilt Web Destroy infected wood or treat page at www.mndnr.gov/treecare/ wood on site by debarking, chip- forest_health/oakwilt, ping or tarping the wood. Oak wilt symptoms start in To tarp diseased wood prop- the tree's outer crown and move erly, cover split wood with pies- inward. Trees in the red oak group tic and bury the edges for at least (northern red and pin oaks; black twelve months to kill the oak wilt oaks) can die within weeks of fungus and any insects. becoming infected, while white Before removing diseased oaks oaks can take years. Bur oaks take from spring through autumn, from a year to several years to die sever root connections between from oak wilt. healthy and diseased oaks. Work According to Schwingle, oakwith an experienced, professional wilt spreads from infected trees to arborist or forester. Learn more healthy trees in two ways: by dis- about oak wilt control at www. ease-carrying-beetles attracted to mndnr.gov/treecare/forest_health/ fresh wounds or cuts and through oakwilt/whatcanido.html. ..... ~. :::ii:i~i~i:i;i:i!ii:iiiiiii!ii~i~i~i~;~:~::: HUTCHINSON EVENT CENTER 15S. Plaza 15 PRESENTED BY: i R IDGEWATER karpradio.com oucre~ HR-lO6 kgl~,131o,~.om ...... !~:~ 0 L L E G E .... w~