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D I o"g: ]/1 f',pf .... .!t .--_._ Thursday, .......... JUlYball,28, 201MN1 tl Sunday, July 31, St. Wende- lin's Parish Festival in Luxem- burg. There is a full day of activi- ties scheduled, with a chicken & ham dinner served from 11 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 6, noon, Meeker County 4-H Blue Ribbon Dairy Cattle Auction, at Fair Grounds. Saturday, Aug. 13, 7-9 p.m., Kimball Community Playhouse "KCP Revue," at KAHS Cafetorium. Sunday, Aug. 14, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., Classic Car & Antique Trac- tor Show (during Kimball Days); sponsored by Kimball FFA. See ad on page 7 for details and entry information. Sunday, Sept. 18, St. Anne's Fall Festival in Kimball. Watch for details! Education Saturday, July 30, EV-W 50-year- plus reunion. George 453-2656, Alice 764-6968, Tom 693-6411. Thursday, Aug. 4, Monday, Aug. 8, 6:30 p.m., KAHS Activities Meeting at KAHS cafetorium. All student athletes and their parents should attend. Friday, Aug. 12, 6:30 p.m., EV-W Class of '76 35th reunion, at Great Blue Heron in Cold Spring; Nancy (651) 497-7804 or evw76@ comcast, net. Monday, Aug. 15, Kimball fall sports practices begin. Monday, Aug. 29, 7 a.m., Educa- tion Breakfast for Kimball teach- ers and staff, sponsored by Kim- ball Area Chamber of Commerce, at Willow Creek Park in Kimball. Tuesday, Aug. 30. 4-7 p.m.. KES Wednesday, Aug. 31, 4-7 p.m., KAHS Open House. Tuesday, Sept. 6, FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL. Thursday, Aug. 4, 10:30- Tuesday, Aug. 9, 9 p.m., Watkins i, Government 11:30 a.m., Make and Take Unity Sportsmen's Club. Wreath, at Kimball Public Library Wednesday, Aug. 10, 10:30- (ages 7-12); register at (320) 398- 11:30 a.m., Storytime at Kimball Monday, Aug. 1, 8 p.m., FairWednesday, July27,1-6:45p.m.,3915. Public Library (ages 3-8). Haven Township meeting at Town Red Cross blood drive at Watkins Thursday, Aug. 4, 5-9 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 11, 10:30- Hall; (320) 251-3425. Village Hall; Betty (320) 764-9163 Meeker Cooperative Member 11:30 a.m., International Game Monday, Aug. 1, 7 p.m., Wat-or Theresia 764-7251. Notice on Appreciation day at the Meeker Day at Kimball Public Library kins Fire Dept.; 7:30 p.m. Watkins page 5. County Fair; members will receive (ages 7-12); register at (320) 398- Ambulance & Rescue. Thursday, July 28, noon, Kim-a day pass with their July bills. 3915. Tuesday. Aug. 2,7p, m.,Kimball ball Area chamber of CommerceThursday, Aug. 4, 7:30 p.m.,Thursday, Aug. ll, ap.m.,Wat- City Council meeting at City Hall; meeting, at Triple R Grill & Bar. Wat-Kim-Valley VFW & Auxiliary kins Lions Club board meeting. (320) 398-2725. Interviews with Thursday, July 28, 7:30 p.m.,meeting. Thursday-Sunday, Aug. 11-14, council seat applicants begins at Sing-along concert with Prudence Thursday-Sunday, Aug. 4-7, Minnesota Bluegrass & Old- 6 p.m. Johnson from "A Prairie Home Meeker County Fair in Litchfield. Time Music Festival, at El Ran- Tuesday, Aug. 2, 7 p.m., Kings- Companion;" part of the free con- See ad on page 7 for schedule and cho Mafiana in Richmond. www. ton Township meeting at Commu- cert series at St. Ben's; Box Office at details. MinnesotaBluegrass.org. Watch for Friday-Saturday.Aug. 5-7, Kraut insert in next week's Tri-County nity Center; (320) 398-8400.(320) 363-5777, or www.csbsju.edu/ 'N Wurst Festival in Watkins. See News. Wednesday, Aug. 3, 7 p.m., Eden fine-arts. Valley City Council meeting at City Friday-Sunday, July 29-31, adon page 7 for schedule of act)v- Friday-Sunday. Aug. 12-14, Hall. South Haven Days. (See ad on page )ties. Kimball Days. Watch for info. Tuesday, Aug. 9, 7 p.m., Maine 7 for details.) Saturday-Sunday, Aug. 6-7,starting next week! Prairie Township meeting at Kim- Monday, Aug. 1, 6:30 p.m., Eden Clearwater Festival. Saturday, Aug. 13, 11 a.m., Dis- ball Area Fire Hall. Valley Lions. Monday, Aug. 8, 7-9 p.m., "Liv- trict 8 Holstein Show at Kandiyohi Tuesday, Aug. 9, 7 p.m., Eden Monday, Aug. 1, 7-9 p.m., Sign- ingWenwith Chronic Conditions" County Fairgrounds in Willmar. Lake Township meeting at E.V. up for Minnesota Firearms Safety workshop at Buffalo Community See story on page 13 for details. Fire Hall. classes at Kimball Rod & GunCenter; (866) 904-9962 or www. Saturday, Aug. 13, 7-9 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 11, 7 p.m., ~Wat- Club; call Chuck at (320) 266-1491. alina.com/classes. Kimball Community Playhouse kins City Council meeting at Vil- (See notice on page 8.) Monday, Aug. 8, 7:30 p.m., Eden "KCP Revue," at KAHS Cafeto- lage Hall. Monday, Aug. 1, 7-9 p.m., "Liv- Valley American Legion & Auxil- rium. Thursday, Aug. 11, 7 p.m., ing Well with Chronic Conditions" iary meeting. Monday. Aug. 15, St. Gertrude's CRWD board of managers meet-workshop at Buffalo Community Monday,Wednesday, Aug. 8-10,pedal pilgrimage. See story on ing, at Annandale Middle School. Center; (866) 904-9962 or www. 62nd annual Cokato Corn Carni- page 7. Tuesday, Aug. 16, 7 p.m., Kim- alina.com/classes, val. See story on page 7 for details; Tuesday, Aug. 16, 1-7 p.m., ball City Council meeting toTuesday, Aug. 2, 7:30 p.m., Wat- watch for ad next week. American Red Cross Bloodmobile review budget, kinsAmerican Legion meeting.Tuesday, Aug. 9, 8 p.m., Eden at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Saturday, Aug. 20, 7:30 a.m., Wednesday, Aug. 3, 12-6 p.m., ValleySportsmen'sClubatBrowns Eden Valley. CRWD tour ofdistrict projects; see Red Cross blood drive at KAHS; Lake. their ad on page 4 for details and a LuAnn (320) 398-7282. Notice on sign-up form. page 3. USDA assistance for livestock loss You can easily enter events yourself in the online Commu- nity Calendar. sub- Livestock producers who incurFor livestock losses that occur deaths by third parties, who are eligible livestock death losses in calendar year 2011, produc- not affiliated with the farming because of the recent extremeers will have until, the earlier of, operation, may be accepted only temperatures and other adverse 30 days after the livestock loss if verifiable proof of death records weather events may be eligible for become apparent to file a notice of or reliable proof of death records the USDA Farm Service Agency's loss to FSA, or no later than Oct. 31. is not available. Verifiable begin- (FSA) Livestock Indemnity Pro- Inaddition, producerswillhaveuntil ning and ending inventory records gram (LIP)_ ran_ 30. 2012, to apply for payment_ are also required with such third scribe or renew, Ill ro ucers who su[[erd oh- or gible livestock losses because of prove the death ofeligible livestock LIP indemnity payments for place a classified adverse weather will be required occurredasadirectresultofaneli- livestock owners are based on ad to provide documentation of the gible adverse weather event in the 75 percent of the fair market value livestock lost and documentation calendar year for which benefits of the livestock and contract grow- of losses from normal mortality are being requested. If adequate ers can be compensated at 75 per- for the calendar year," said Linda verifiable proof of death records cent of the average income loss WWWe Hennen, State Executive Director. documentation is not available, sustained, as determined byFSA. tricountynews. "FSA staff can provide producers a livestock producer may provide Producers need to contact their with a list of acceptable loss doc- reliable records, along with verifi- local FSA County Offices to sign up umentation that includes proof of able beginning and ending inven- for LIP. Producers can also learn death, producer records and veri- tory, as proof of death, more about LIP by visiting www. fiableinvent0ryd0cumentati0n." Certifications of livestock fsa.usda.gou. reliable reporting local news & events coupon savings special sections valuable advertising classifieds conversation starters Your complete source for local news in your community. Renew by mail (p.o. 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It was determined that the inci- 11:52 a.m. the Sheriff's Office dent took place in Stearns County. dispatched Watkins Ambulance The information was forwarded to and Eden Valley Rescue for a med- the Stearns County Sheriff's Office. ical at a residence on MN Hwy. 22, 11:43 a.m. the Sheriff's Office Eden Valley, One individual was dispatched Watkins Ambulance to treated at the scene and no trans- a medical at a business on Meeker port wasneeded. Avenue East, Eden Valley. One 1:48 p.m. the Sheriff's Office individual was transported to the received a report of a possible vul- Paynesville Hospital. nerable adult at an address on 560th 8:39 p.m. a Sheriff's Deputy Street, Eden Valley. observed a stalled vehicle on MN 4:58 p.m. the Sheriff's Office dis- Highway 15 and 305th Street, Das- patched Watkins Ambulance, per sel. The deputy checked the vehicle the request of Stearns County, for and found that it was secure and not a medical at a residence on 145th a road hazard. Street, Kimball. One individual was 8:58 p.m. the Sheriff's Office took transported to St Cloud Hospital. a report of a runaway from a resi- Tuesday, luly 19 dence on 362nd Street, Watkins. The 9:38 a.m. the Sheriff's Office took juvenile returned home a short time a report of a vulnerable adult on later. ,2Z: ...................................................................................................... tes Basement Problems Solved r Leaky basements made dry Thousands of Satisfied Drain tile & baseboard systems available Customers Buckling walls corrected Transferable Warranty Egress window installation Licensed-Insured MN License #20542636 ND License #35770 800-348-6247 www.safedrybasement.com ~ ent Water Controlled ing Se~ce For Over 40 Years sa EGRESS Secure WIN Monda ~J_~_j~ 7:22 a.m. the Sheriff's Office arrested Christopher Richard Princko, age 41, of Stevens Point, Wisconsin, on a Meeker County Warrant for a Probation Violation. 8:22 a.m. the Sheriff's Office took a report of a trampoline in Tur- tle Lake on County State Aid High- way 24, Darwin. The DNR was con- tacted and the owner of the trampo- line was located. 3:21 p.m. the Sheriff's Office took a report of criminal damage to property at the Watkins Pool on School Avenue South, Watkins. 3:57 p.m. the Sheriff's Office responded to and dispatched Grove City Fire to a fire alarm at the ACGC High School on MN Highway 4, Grove City. It was found to be a false alarm due to the heat. 5:14 p.m. the Sheriff's Office received a 9-1-1 cellular call report- ing a vehicle that had gone in the ditch in Stearns County, The call was transterred to 5tearn County Sheriff's Office. 5:53 p.m. the Sheriff's Office took a report of a dog bite that occurred at a residence in the Watkins Trailer Park, Watkins. 9:00 p.m. the Sheriff's Office received a cellular 9-1-1 call from a residence on County Road 7, South Haven in Stearns County. The caller was transferred to Stearns County Sheriff'S Office.