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Thursday, August 12, 2010ity Tri-Coun News Kimball, MN Comm Page 7 Hazy sunsets are from Canada Have you seen Small Engine & WeMing Repair this man? LI NDY'S REPAIR Drifting smoke fires hundreds of miles north of the Canadian border gave us hazy and colorful sunsets last week. Wildfires have plagued several parts of North America. Meanwhile, Moscow has suffered sti- fling heat and smoke from burning birch forest and peat east of Mos- cow. One more reason to be grateful for the rains this summer. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. Old St. Nicholas Chapel to hold Mass A Mass will be held at old County Road 2. Everyone is wel- St. Nicholas Chapel at 8:15 a.m. come. Bring a chair or blanket to Sunday, Aug. 15. The chapel is sit on. Refreshments will be ~erved located at 200th Street, 1/2 mile off after Mass. National Farmers Market Week Brian Erickson from the Min- nesota Department of Agricul- ture came out to the Kimball Area Farmers Market last Friday in honor of National Farmers Mar- ket Week. He handed out window clings and T-shirts that say, "I buy local!" It's peak harvest season for a number of Minnesota-grown veg- etables, and there was an abun- dance of both quality and variety at the market Friday. The Kimball Area Farmers Mar- ket is open from 3-6 p.m. every Fri- day throughout the growing sea- son. in the parking lot behind Tri- ple R Grill and Bar in Kimball. This Friday, they'll be giving away boiled corn (while supplies last). Staff photo by ]ean Doran Mama. Another Kraut 'N Wurst This is James Houseman, the new principal at Kimball Elemen- tary School (as of August 1). Mr. Houseman was principal at West Central Area District which includes five small communities. The school is about the same size as Kimball. The Housemans have not yet sold their home in Hoffman, so Jim and wife Deb and their chil- dren Ryan (12) and Anna (10) are staying with relatives in Hutchin- son for the time being. He'll be out and about during Kimball Days, so please introduce yourself and help him feel welcome! Payne.sVille Area Health Care System to IIIgllt provider DK Habben heduling ap i men , 320-597-- . ~nveniently located on Cty. Rd. 9 and 1st Street NE, R~mond Full ra~ of family practice servi~ State-of-the-art tab, x-ray and rehabilitation serv~ on-site. Open Mon., Tues., Wed,, Fd. 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. and Thurs. 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Rain clouds parted just in time for a grand parade Saturday morn- ing. This weekend it's Kimball's turn for a celebration. Staff photo by Anton Matua.