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urIr!RIFI~II-I_I! IH~P~ ~ ADC 553 SMALLTOWN PAPERS. INC. 217 W COTA ST SHELTON WA 98584-2263 12/31/2015 $2 P1 Your Hometown News159 Volume 69, Issue 38 Thursday October 20, 2016 Inside this week: • Watkins House prepares to open, page 2. • 'Tkmerica the Beautiful," page 4. • What's happening page 5. • OBITUARY: Mary Lou Kuechle, 86, ofWatkins, p. 6. • EVAL Book Notes, page 8. • EV-W Commtmity Ed launches shoe collection, p. 9. • EV-W/K cross country take conference champion- ship, page 10. • Cold weather heating as- sistance, page 10. • Chain of Lakes soccer, page 11. • Bus. profile: Cold Spring Family Dentistry, page t2, :-KES Standsup to bully- page 12. • Kimball track now open, page 13. ByIean Doran Matua, Editor game Wednesday, the girls' pow- Because this is a "short week" derpuff football game Wednes- for schools, Kimball's Home- day, and the Homecoming football coming activities will already be game Wednesday evening against finished by the time this story B-B-E, and finishing up with the reaches most of our readers. Wednesday night Homecoming Schools in Minnesota are closed dance. Thursday and Friday this week for This year's theme for Home- M.E.A., and most Kimball Home- coming, as selected by this year's coming activities were scheduled seniors, is "I Lived" a song by One for Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 19. Republic. The chorus of the song The Homecoming festivities goes: actually began last week with I, I did it all dress-up days which continued I, I did it all this week. I owned every second that this Coronation Sunday evening world couldgive got things really started though. I saw so many places, the things Emcees Kaylee Hechtel and Tyler that I did Konz led the evening, as candi- With every broken bone, dates' parents got up and told sto- I swear I lived. ries about their children - includ- ing some perhaps a bit embarass- ing. Teagan VanNurden and Ava Schiefelbein were the crownAt right, Darius Westrich and Holly bearers. Loch were crowned 2016 KAHS 2015 Homecoming Queen ArielHomecoming King and Queen Sunday Laabs first crowned Holly Loeb evening, Oct; 16. Staff photo by and then Darius Westricb as the Marguerite Laabs. 20i6 Royalty before everyone took 'group photos. Loch and Westrich will preside over Homecomln~ See more photos from coronation activities this week, including the on page 14, and watch for more Tuesday night volleyball game Homecoming photos next week. against B-B-E, the boys' volleyball • Kimball Homecoming photos, page 14. • Gruenes family exhibits at World Dairy Expo, page 15. • EV-W launches STEM Learning Community, p. 16. • Fire Prevention Week, page 26. • Watkins gets new fire truck, page 27. Editorial ................. 4 Church & Obituaries ....... 6 Local Schools & Sports 10-17 Business Directories .. 20-21 Legals, Government... 18-23 Crime Blotters ........ 20-21 Calendar ................ 24 Classifieds .............. 25 Newsstand Price: $1 IIII!l!lLl!l!lll!g!!!llll Following a brief dedication ceremony, family and friends of Ivend Holen gathered at the Kimball Legion Club for refreshments and conversation. Pictured are author Robert Dudley at far left, Adrian and Lucy Isle with their mother Lisa, Eddy Holen (holding up the plaque with Ivend's likeness on it), Kathryn Holen, Billy Eull, Jenny Harriel, and Anna EulL Kathryn is a daughter-in-law of Ivend, and Lisa, Jenny and Anna are Ivend's granddaughters. Ivend died more than 40 years ago when a mailed parcel containing a bomb exploded at the Kimball Post Office while Ivend was sorting mail early in the morning May 13,1976. While some family members came for the dedication, some could not because it is still too painful. The case remains open and unsolved, although Dudley's book "Tragedy on the Prairie: The Story of the 1976 Kimball Post Office Bomb" clearly points to a suspect who is in custody for life. The plaque will be installed in the Kimball American Legion building, where Ivend Holen had been a member. The family thanks all who played a part in this event honoring their father, grandfather and great-grandfather. (Watch for more in next week's Tri-County News,) Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. P.O. Box 220, Kimball MN 55353 • Tel.IFax 320) 398-5000 or 453-6397 • news@tricountynews.MN • Web: tricountynews.MN