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We have l]J Plat Books with 9-1-1 addresses and legal land descriptions from $23. + tax downtown Kimball (320) 398-5000 Cqammunity Thursday, June 24, 2010 _ ews * Kimball, MN Storms! By Lexi Bulau, Intern This funnel cloud over Lake Sylvia was one of dozens around the state Thursday night, June 17. This one was not among the 39 that touched down and caused damage and claimed lives. Photo courtesy of Sterling No/an. June 17 was a day when severe weather struck all of Minnesota and took its toll. Throughout the state, 39 tor- nado sightings were reported. Wadena in northern Minne- sota and Albert Lea in south- eastern Minnesota were hit the hardest by different tornados, and both cities received con- siderable damage. Three peo- ple were killed in Minnesota. Around central Minnesota, the weather got rough but no torna- dos touched down in our area. Near Lake Sylvia there was a large funnel that never touched down, but violent clouds were seen throughout the late after- noon and evening. In Buf- falo a tornado did touch down. Throughout the area there was relatively little damage done as central Minnesota dodged a proverbial bullet. Mike Schultz to race Motokazie Supercross Mike Schultz, X-Games silver medalist, will race the Motokazie Supercross as he prepares for this year's ESPN Summer X-Games. "Every lap counts," says Schultz as he gets ready for another run at X-Games Adaptive Super-X in July. Schultz will be competing in the pro classes this Friday, June 25, at the Motokazie Supercross races held at the Scott County Fair- grounds in Jordan. A tragic crash during the 2008 pro snocross tour resulted in the need to amputate Schultz's leg above the knee. A career end- ing injury for most, Schultz has returned to racing with a ven- geance after building his own prosthetic leg that could withstand the punishment of snocross and motocross. Seven months after the injury, Schultz took home a silver medal at the 2009 ESPN Summer X-Games Adaptive Super-X. This winter he did one better by captur- ing gold in the inaugural X-Games Adaptive Snocross. Don't think that losing a leg could slow this racer down. Schultz can hold his own against able-bod- ied riders, in part, thanks to his Moto-knee, the prosthetic knee he designed to meet the demands of a dirt bike. Come cheer on Schultz and the other racers Friday night at the Scott County Fairgrounds. The action kicks off at 6:45 p.m. Get there early to take advantage of pit passes, free with admission. Schultz, a Kimball native, will be available to meet and sign auto- graphs. Mike Schultz competes in Texas Braunfels, Texas. Down the street from the host hotel, Saturday's events started off with wakeboardiig at the Texas Ski. Ranch (TSR). Athletes and fans were welcomed by azure skies and warm air making the morning's water events a perfect start to the day. Extremity Games veteran, Billy Tonis owned first place with insane air and tricks above the wake. Mike Schultz landed some smooth wake to wake maneuvers and pulled out a second-place finish. Newcomer, Brandon Robins held and landed the longest layout to take third. Early afternoon brought a wel- come stop back to the lake for kaya- king, where Mike Schultz and Kelly Allen took first place (men's and women's respectively) by creating human-powered wakes that could Texas welcomes Extremity Games 5: Extreme Sports for Ath- letes with Disabilities Extremity Games@ 5 (eX5) Main Event, an extreme sports ompeti- tion for athletes living with limb loss and limb difference, was welcomed with genuine southern hospitality despite devastating floods only one week ago. eX5 Main Event competi- tions include wakeboarding, slate- boarding, kayaking and rock climb- ing, as well as clinics in these sports and mixed martial arts. Extremity Games hosted awe-inspiring ath- letes from all over the country. Friday, June 18, the opening cer- emony and athlete sign-in wel- comed athletes and fans while offi- cially kicking off Extremity Games 5 Main Event at the Courtyard by Marriott River Village in New For additional race info, go to < www.motokazie.com>. To find out more about Mike Schultz, check out <www.monstermikeschultz. corn>. Special thanks to: Pros- thetic Laboratories, Fly Racing, WPS, AmsoilMax Power-RPM's, Fox Shox, Action Graphics, Alpine- stars, Spy, HEAL clothing, Renthal, FME 50 Below, UNI Filter, and GLS Promotions. put some power boats to shame. In addition to Extremity Games 5 Main Event, Extremity Games hosted the eX5 Motocross compe- tition May 29, at Baja Acres in Mil- lington, Mich. In prtnership with Adaptive Action Sports, Extremity Games Motocross served a the qual- ifier for the Super X Adaptive races at the ESPN Summer X Games 16. Newcomer Todd Thompson won the X Games quaifier in the Limb- Loss class followed by Mike Schultz in second. The Super X Adaptive Finals will be televised on ESPN July 30. For more information on Extremity Games or Athletes with Disabilities Network, please visit <www.extremitygames.com>, or call (248) 475-3623.