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° Thursday, September 23, 2010 • i i' Online, check status of abSentee ballot When the Power Goes Out, Your Garage Door 8till Goes Up • EverCharge Standby Power System keeps your garage door opener charged and ready togo • Strong, quiet 3/4 HPS belt driven drive system • Smooth start and stop reduced noise as it opens and doses • Smart Control PaneF" provides time, and opener diagnostics PROFESSIONALLY INSTALLED 1/2 HP Belt Ddve Opener De=gned r Smooth Running Re,ability • Strong, quiet 1/2 HP belt drive system • Patented Motor Vibration Isolation system SystemTM ensures smooth, quiet operation • Multi-Functional Control Panel turns on/off lights inside garage • 200 watts of light fully illuminates your garage • Lifetime motor and belt warranty PROFESSIONALLY INSTALLED A V Before you go shopping for your next new or used car or truck, come in and visit with US abOUt an auto loan. We'll explain all your financing options. We offer competitive rates, payments tO fit your budget, and fast, friendly "Hometown" service. jwΈ / / P.O. BOX 70 • KIMBALL, MINNESOTA 55353 (320) 398-3500 www.=tatebankofkimball.eom .. Member FDIC II IIII IIIIIII I IIIIII II ttttttttt li ©W Secretary of State Mark Ritchie announces new online feature to help voters check the status of their absentee ballots On the opening day of absentee balloting for the 2010 general elec- tion, Secretary of State Mark Ritchie unveiled a new online feature that will help voters check the status of their absentee ballots. The launch of the Absentee Ballot Lookup service is part of the Office of the Secretary of State's continuing commitment to use technology to provide added convenience to voters. This service will streamline election admin- istration resulting in cost savings to local governments and ensur- ing Minnesota is in full compliance with the recent federal Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment Act. "We anticipate that more than 150,000 Minnesotans will vote by absentee ballot this election year," Ritchie said. "This new ser- vice will give voters, especially our military personnel serving over- seas, an easy and convenient way to check the status of their absen- tee ballots." The online service informs absentee voters about the current status of their ballots with one of the following types of messages: • Your absentee ballot applica- tion has been received. • Your absentee ballot has been sent to you on (date). • Your absentee ballot has been received. • Your absentee ballot will be counted. • Your absentee ballot has been rejected for (reason). • Your replacement ballot has been sent on (date). In addition, the service will provide helpful links to additional voter resources such as county auditor contacts and a listing of candidates appearing on voters' ballots. In cases where a replace- ment ballot is not sent, voters will be presented with options to con- sider if they want to vote in the election. To use the secure service, vot- ers must provide the following information: • First and last name (name must match voter's name entered on the absentee ballot application or voter registration). • Full date of birth. • The same identification num- ber the voter used on the absentee ballot application. Those voting absentee are encouraged to visit , to use the Absentee Ballot Lookup periodically to stay up-to- date about the status of their bal- lots. For convenience, the office is also posting a link to the service on its Military and Overseas Voter web tool, which was designed by this office in partnership with the Over- seas Vote Foundation to help mil- itary personnel and others serv- ing overseas request their absen- tee ballots. Visit for more information. Secretary Ritchie reminded absentee voters to pay special attention to the instructions in their absentee ballot materials and be sure to fill out the required forms completely. "The Absentee Ballot Lookup is a valuable resource that will keep voters informed and help alert voters to any problems that may occur while there is still time to correct them," Ritchie said. Voters may only vote absentee for one of the following reasons: • Absence from the precinct • Observance of religious disci- pline or holiday • Illness or disability • Serving as an election judge in another precinct • Emergency or quarantine declared by governor, federal or state government. In-person absentee ballot- ing begins today for the general election. Voters may visit their county auditor's office, or in some cases their city clerk's office, to vote absentee. Visit the office's one-stop voter Web site at , for more informa- tion about voting absentee eli- gibility, and elections. Different absentee balloting procedures exist for military and overseas vot- ers. Visit , for more information. Jill News 9-14-10 W L Aqua Lanes 12 2 Stuve's Auto Ranch 10 4 A M Maus 9 5 Gohmann's Foods 8 6 Kimball Rescue 7 7 Fair Haven Electric 6 8 R & R Construction 4 10 High ind. game and series: Dawn Lued- ers 197, 493; Allison Korsmo 196; Lynn Adolph 189, 534; KaflaAdolph 504. Team high game and series: Aqua Lanes 642. 567, 1745; Gohmann's Foods 595: Stuve's Auto Ranch 1616: Fair Haven Electric 1585. 160 game or better: Dawn Lueders 197, 171; Allison Korsmo 196, 163; Lynn Adolph 189, 175, 170: Bonnie Ross- man 188; Karla Adolph 184, 164; Bobbi Olson 180: Rachael Voight 168; Barb Liedman 167: Denise Stuve 165; Dar- lene Looman 160. Tri-County League 9-15-10 High game: Steve Becket 235; Gordy Schreifels 233, 203; Russ Hinz 219; Bill Adolph 208; jeremyVinar 200. High series: Gordy Schreifels 614; Steve Becker 591; Russ Hinz 557: Matt Adolph 548; ]eremy Vinar 534. Commercial League 9-16-10 H & S Heating/AC 38 10 Triple R 35 13 Kim-Built 28 20 SOB's 23.524.5 H & S Geothermal 23 25 KFD 19.528.5 Main Street Pub 13 27 Weekly top ten: Butch Weigelt 275, 244, 687; Mike Schmidt 232,209, 577; Dwight Vinar 194, 561; Cory Kunkel 208, 550; Jason Salzbrun 193, 525; Jeff Boxell 195, 524; Chris Van Tassel1213,520; Bill Lied- man 512; Dave Unterberger 503; Micah Myers 490; Kelly Danelke 199. Aqua Belles 8-30-10 Studio 44 7 0 Alf's 7 0 AK Graphics 5 2 Tessmer's Gravel Gals 2 5 Gilberts Gals 0 7 Aqua Lanes Incomplete 160 games and over: Peggi Gohman 174; Meggan Jordan 181; Carol Jordan 164; JodiVinar 163, 162; Julie Vinar 163. Aqua Belles 9-13-10 Alf's 11 3 Studio 44 9 5 AK Graphics 8 6 Gilberts Gals 5 9 Tessmer's Gravel Gals 4 10 Aqua Lanes Incomplete 160 games and over: Julie Vinar 212, 168; Meggan Jordan 178; Carol Jordan 168; Jodi Vinar 160, 171. 500 Series and over: Julie Vinar 514. 200 Game and over: Julie Vinar 212.