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PAGE 20 October 6, 2016 Mark Meteorologist Enjoy the nice weather! Weather Column: I hope you Weather history: On this date had a chance to get outdoors and in 1963, records show that a "heat enjoy the nice weather over the wave hit parts of Minnesota with weekend and into the start of the highs of 98 at Beardsley, 96 at workweek. Madison, and 94 at Elbow Lake" Temperatures on Monday werereported. generallyinthemidtoupper70s.It Weather fact: A heat wave is did turn windy on Monday as well, "a prolonged period of exces- out ahead of our next weather dis- sively hot weather, which may turbance as the winds were gust- be accompanied by high humid- ing out of the southeast to near 30 ity, especially in oceanic climate mph. countries." On Sunday, a few spots either MNATAGLANCE: hit the lower 80s or were very Moorhead Low 47 High 63 close. Madison hit 80 degrees F on Duluth Low 52 High 65 Sunday for the warm spot around Central Minn. Low 48 High 63 the state. Minneapolis Low 54 High 67 Morris, Montevideo, Elbow Rochester Low 52 High 66 Lake, and Benson all hit 78 degrees Marshall Low 56 High 67 F on Sunday. Wednesday: Partly cloudy, A cold front and an area of low 20-percent chance of rain early. pressure arrived Monday night High 63 Low 45 Winds: NE 5-10 into Tuesday that brought some mph Prec. Trace-.20" showers and thunderstorms to the Monday's sunrise: 7:25 a.m. state of Minnesota. Some locally Monday's sunset: 6:53 p.m. heavy rainfall was possible by the Normal High: 57 time the system pushes out of the Normal Low: 38 area by late Tuesday night into Drier and cooler weather earlyWednesdaymorning, will arrive by Wednesday and The wind is also expected Thursday. High temperatures by to finally back down as well by Thursday will fall into the lower Wednesday along with some 50s with overnight lows dipping cooler air that is expected to arrive into the 30s. By Friday, we will on the backside of the system, struggle to hit 50 degrees across We couldexperiencesomefrostmuch of the area for daytime late Thursday night and again highs! At this stage, the weekend Friday night. Do bundle up later looks to be generally dry with high this week and cover those plants temperatures near average. or bring them indoors! Thursday: Variable cloudiness, Have a great midweek and 20-percent chance of rain. High 52 upcoming weekend! Low 37 Winds: NW 5-15 mph Prec. FREE Harvest Bank Mobile" in your app store! View and transfer fun. ds.between your accounts on your Android" or Apple" Mobile check deposit KIMBALL 398-3500 ST. AUGUSTA 251-6100 ATWATER 974-8861 The Kimball Public Library programs Tech Tutors- Oct. 10 immigrants, the mighty pine for- Individuals having trouble ests, and bunkhouselife. This pro- understanding their laptop, iPad, gram is being coordinated with Kindle or other electronic devices Kimball Senior Dining. Seniors can learn from a Tech Tutor at the who plan to eat at Senior Dining Kimball Public Library 5:30 to 6:45 prior to the performance should p.m. Monday, Oct. 10. If you would contact Rosalea at (320) 398-2211, like to download books from the ext. 13, by Oct. 5, to make a res- library website, or use eBooks MN ervation. This program is funded but aren't sure how to proceed, a in part by Minnesota's Arts and Tech Tutor can help! Call ahead Cultural HeritageFund. or drop in for individual assis- For more information, contact tance from a Great River Regional the Kimball Public Library at (320) Library librarian. 398-3915. Daylight in the Swamps - Oct. 11 Great River Regional Library Teens and adults are invited to (GRRL) provides library services an entertaining program about at 32 public libraries in Benton, lumberjack life at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Morrison, Sherburne, Stearns, Oct. 11, in the St. Anne's Catholic Todd and Wright Counties. It pro- Church cafeteria in Kimball. The vides Central Minnesota residents Kimball Public Library is spon- with nearly 1 million books, CDs soring this program about the and DVDs, 250 public computers, early years of Minnesota's devel- programming and information opment. Historian and musician services. Bill ]amerson will present true Kimball Library open hours are stories, tall tales, and authen- Monday 10-1 and 2-7, Wednesday tic lumberjack songs about hardy 10-1 and 3-6, Friday 3-6, and Saturday 9-12. Trace-.20" Friday: Partly cloudy. High 49 Low 33 Winds: WNW 10-20 mph Prec. None Saturday: Mostly sunny. High 52 Low 39 Winds: NE 5-15 mph Prec. None Sunday: Partly cloudy. High 57 Low 43 Winds: ESE 10-15 mph Prec. None Monday, O ober t0 KANDIYOHI 382-6100 www. Annandale Public Library activities Calligraphy Workshop - Oct. 8 The Annandale Public Library is offering a Calligraphy Workshop for adults and teens 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 8. Learn the techniques and tools of callig- raphy, a calligraphy alphabet, and how to write in an elegant script. Create a frame-worthy piece of art. The attendance limit is 12 and preregistration is required. This workshop is funded in part by Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Tech Tutors - Oct. 12 Individuals having trouble understanding their laptop, iPad, Kindle or other electronic devices can learn from a Tech Tutor at the Annandale Public Library 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12. If you would like to download books from the library website, or use eBooks MN, but aren't sure how to proceed, a Tech Tutor can help! Call ahead or drop in for individ- ual assistance from a Great River Regional Library librarian. For more information, con- tact the Annandale library at (320) 274-8448. Great River Regional Library (GRRL) provides library services at 32 public libraries in Benton, Morrison, Sherburne, Stearns, Todd and Wright Counties. It pro- vides Central Minnesota residents with nearly 1 million books, CDs and DVDs, 250 public computers, programming and information services. ing! We're in the midst of EV-W Homecoming (Oct. 2-8), ,Paddle the Lakers: Remaining activities include: Volleyball vs I~LWW is at 5:45 p.m. Thursday; Parade is at 2:35 p.m. Friday, with Football game vs. HLWW also Friday; DECA Color Run is at 11 a.m. Saturday, and the Homecoming Dance is 7-11 p.m. Saturday. Kimball Homecoming is Oct. 16-19. The theme is "1 Lived" Coronation is at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 16, in the hish scho cafetorium. All other activitiestake place Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 19: Boys' Powderpuff at 12:15, and Girls' Powderpuff at 2 p.m. Kingston Bloodmobile Tuesday, Oct. 11, 1-7 p.m., at Kingston Community Center. Call Sandy for more into., (320) 398- 8025. Hutchinson Job Fair 2-6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 13, at Hutchinson Event Center. (See ad on page 12.) Carnelian fishing restrictions meeting A meeting is scheduled from 7-9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 13, at Kimball City Hall to discuss an indefinite limit of five sunfish possession on both Lake Carnelian (Kimball) and Pleasant Lake (Rockvllle) in Steams County. (See story on page 14.) You're invited to honor Ivend Holen At 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18, a pbque wB be dedcated to honor heml Holen. A brief dedicatkm ceremony will be held at the Post Office, and a reception will follow Club. of Holens will be flee. (Ho was postal clerk who died after a rnailed bornb exl0kxled in the Post Offce 40 years ago. That crime remains an open ,se Author Uey will make the presen'mtion, and will haw his book on the Prai avagable at the 'Meet the Candidate' The Kimball Area Chamber of Commerce will again host a"Meet the Candidate Night" before this year's general election. The Q&A forum will be held at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, OcL 27, at the KAHS cafetorium with local and state candidates. There will be time to meet your candidates and discuss issues with them as well as the more formal Q&A panels. The general election is Tuesday, Nov. 8. (Remember that election signs cannot be placed in the right- of r,y of state Upcoming benefits OcL 7, Uons Fry Oct& DECAC or Run(EV.) Ode & Ostmark church bazaar (mr WaUdns) , 9,SLJohn's porkchop dmer&aucUon ( mba,) - Oct. 9, Rudy's Ride & Ribfest adLake) .. , OcL 11, Meeker Se or F_xpo . ,. , (at StPm 's m Lm# Fall Bazaar (Fair Haven) O:LlS, Ha auction (St. John s, Annandale) Oct. 16, Kingston turkeydinner NOVEMBER 6 Oct. 22, -hois golf for Oct. 22, Richmond KC roast beef& ham supper Oct. 26, SL Matbhew's Fall Bazaar (Forest C y) Oct. 28, Pearl Lake F'L h Fry