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Jmlmlll.!m, lul/i 111111[1 ,I.I!IlllHRBLKLWURIIIi d IIm IllnW;J air i u it u II!IP]Ill lilO'iallllilJl Illglilli Tri-Couno News Kimball, MN iR  ......................................... 35th anniversary of Kimball Post Office explosion May 13, 2011, marks the 35th anniversary of a package explosion at the Kimball Post Office that killed postal employee Ivend Holen. ..... Postal inspectors continue to investigate this case and are offer- ing a reward of up to $100,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for mailing the bomb that resulted in the death of Mr. Holen. If you have any information about this incident, please contact Postal Inspector K. Nichols at (651) 293-3220, or Postal Inspector V.M. Lailey at (651) 293-3237. As reported May 20, 1976, authorities knew the bomb had been mailed, intending to kill someone, but they hadn't yet deter- mined who. It was thought at that time it may have been meant for someone living on Route 1. $3,000 was the initial reward. Holen had been in the post office early that Thursday morning, sorting mail as usual. At 6:42 a.m. a bomb exploded inside the post office, blowing out windows, and mortally injuring Holen. He died in the ambulance on the way to the hospital. Holen was 60 at the time of the bombing. He left a widow (Irene), four children with his late wife (Per- fine) and four step-children, and 15 grandchildren. His first wife, and son Michael, preceded him in death. Holen's funeral was at St. John's Lutheran Church in Kimball, and he was buried in Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery in Minneapolis. His widow Irene died in 2005. The May 20, 1976, original arti- cle is reprinted on page 21. Tension follows bombing at Kimball Post Office Ball KIMBALL North of 55 on Page 7 Garage l.l.C Tim Ellis, Owner K00mball schools Menu Nay 23-27 BreakTast Monday: Sausage gravy over bis- cuit, juice choice, milk. Tuesday: Sausage patty & cheese on an English muffin, juice choice, milk. Wednesday: Scrambled eggs & ham, slice of toast, juice choice, milk. Thursday: Breakfast pizza, juice choice, milk. Friday: Pancake, sausage patty, juice choice, milk. Lunch Monday: Meat loaf or cook's choice, mashed potatoes & gravy, peas & carrots, sliced wheat bread, Kimball se.ior D00ninq May 23-27 Monday-Euchre: Country- ,fried steak, whipped potatoes w/gravy, peas, wheat bread, applesauce. Tuesday-Euchre: Liver & onions or mushroom & onion steak, whipped potatoes w/gravy, cinnamon carrots, wheat bread, gingersnap cookie. Wednesday: Chicken-wild rice casserole, lettuce salad, vegetable medley, wheat bread, baked apple slices. Thursday: BBQ riblet, O'Brien potatoes, peas & carrots, wheat bread, oatmeal cake. Friday-Bingo- Chicken breast in sour cream sauce, au gratin potatoes, beets, wheat bread, ice cream gelatin. From the front page of the May 20, 1976, Tri-County News. "The window on the far end of the post office was completely blown out, as well as the breaks that can be seen." At left, the beginning of Ivend Holen's obituary in that same paper. watermelon, milk. Tuesday: Taco salad or cook's choice, Mexican rice bake, corn, sliced wheat bread, pear slices, milk. Wednesday: Chicken nuggets or cook's choice, mac & cheese, cucumber-ranch salad, sliced wheat bread, peach cup, milk. Thursday: Italian pasta bake or cook's choice, Mexican rice bake, corn, sliced wheat bread, canta- loupe wedge, milk. Friday-High School Cookout: Chicken Parmesan over pasta or cook's choice, green beans, sliced wheat bread, Mandarin oranges, milk. M/Iu 1% milk is served with every meal. Menu is subject to change. Suggested contribution for per- sons 60+ and volunteers is $3.50, or what you can afford. Guests under 60 pay $7. REMINDER: When there is a choice of entree on the menu, you will receive the first one listed UNLESS you notify us. The cof- fee pot is on by 11:15 a.m. every Wednesday. For more information, call Rosalea Hoeft at (320) 398-2211, ext. 13, between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Gift dining booklets are available at the Senior Dining Site and the State Bank of Kimball. Partially funded under contract with the Central Minnesota Coun- cil of Aging as part of the Older Americans Act and administered Honoring lifesaving efforts of and police The Stearns County Emergency Medical Services Task Force is pre- paring for a weeklong recognition of those who deliver lifesaving care. National Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week is scheduled for May 15-21. During this week, the Stearns County EMS Task Force of the Stearns County Human Services Advisory Committee would like to thank all the EMS providers in our area. These 'Extraordinary' people are there, 24/7, when their com- munity needs them. Please join Stearns County and say 'thank you' to your local EMS providers. EMS is a vital public service, a system of care for victims of sud- den illness Or injury. This sys- tem depends on the availabil- ity and coordination of many dif- ferent elements, ranging from an informed public capable of recog- nizing medical emergencies to a network of trauma centers capa- ble of providing highly specialized care to the most seriously injured. The 9-1-1 emergency number, pre- hospital and emergency depart- ment personnel are some of the critical elements necessary for the EMS system to work. This year's EMS Week theme is "Everyday Heroes." Emergency Medical Services Week brings together local communities and medical personnel to publicize safety and honor the dedication of those who provide the day-to-day lifesaving services of the medical "front line." Stearns County has 53 EMS agencies, which consist of fire departments, first responder units, ambulance services, and police departments. - Serving Ceral Minnesota area farmers , Specializing in animal health and nutrition ,, Full line of Purina and Big Gain feeds: dairy, cattle and hog Forage testing and ration balancing Rolling, grinding and mixing Grain bank Bag andlor bulk delive W Liquid protein, anirrml fat and commodities - Buying corn: On-the-farm pickup Buying soybeans for Mankato or Dawson de- livery: On-farm pickup .50 years in iness ' Farm consultants with morn than 50 years ex[xrience combined Call toll-free: (877)619-0581 .... :::: ......... r :: ............... : I r: .......... ] i r Central MN Housing Partnerships, Inc. is holding open houses for all properties located in Steams County Sat., May 21, 10 am - 2 pm Sun., May 22, Noon - 4 First Month's Rent w/12 month lease* *Income limits apply eeeeeoeeeoeeeeeeeeee Ridgeview Court Townhomes 322-326 Spruce St ........... 320-243-2010 ...... 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