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• PAGE 3 October 20, 2016 Meet the Candidate Night Oct. 27 The Kimball Area Chamber U.S. Representative Tom of Commerce is hosting a Meet Emmer (surrogate) and David the Candidate Night Thursday, Snyder Oct. 27, at the Kimball Area High StateSenateMichelleFischbach School. The schedule and the can- and MichaelWillemsen didates who will be attending is as State Representative Jeff Howe follows: and Anne Buckvold 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. is meet and 8:30 to 9:15 p.m. is time for City greet time. Candidates will be pro- of Kimball candidates: vided a table and you will have the Mayor: Tammy Konz opportunity to meet and talk with Council: Sheryl Carlson and them. Megan Kiffmeyer 6:45 to 8:30 p.m. is time sched- 9:15 to 10 p.m. is time for uled for State candidates; indi- Kimball SchoolBoardcandidates viduals planning to attend are as Katie Davis, ]effrey Lerum and follows: Tim Zipoy Questions for the night are being prepared by Mr. Stangle's Social Studies classes. Candidates will be provided the questions when they arrive Thursday, Oct. 27. The structure for the evening will be as follows: • Candidates will be provided 2 minutes to introduce themselves. • Candidates will be pro- vided 1-1/2 minutes to respond to questions. • Candidates will be provided I minute for closing comments. Annual Craft & endor Sale Saturday, Nov. 12, loam ~ 2pm Food Generations Ballroom, Hwy. 55, Kimball will be avai le! Robtnson Wood Products Clinically Insane Craiters DNR creates new online tool for finding public hunting land The Minnesota Department of lands nearby. Natural Resources has created an "Another important feature improved search tool that makes it with the new WMA finder is pro- easier for people to find places to viding users with more informa- ~hunt or enjoythe outdoors at wild- tion about WMAs, contact infor- life managementareas (WMA). mation for DNR area wildlife The tool is at offices, and specific rules if they wines, apply to a WMA," Benson said. "We've built a WMA finder WMA information can now application that replaces a web be updated daily, including spe- app that was over a decade old," cial announcements if conditions said Steve Benson, DNR Wildlife change, such as an access road MNIT coordinator. "People can under construction. In the future, now search for WMAs anywhere users will also be able to find more in the state based on features information about aquatic man- important to them." agement areas in similar formats Acreage in WMAs totals 1.3 to theWMApages. million acres, spread among 1,500 Funding for the work behind WMAs located in 86 of the state's this project was provided by the 87 counties. Using the WMA Minnesota Environment and finder, users can search by: Natural Resources Trust Fund as Name of WMA (orpartialrecommended by the Legislative- narr/e)U'r, ' citi~en Commission 0n Minnesota County. Resources. The trust fund is a per- Ghme species, manent fund constitutionally Wheelchair accessibility, established by Minnesotans to Once users have found a WMA,assist in the protection, conserve- interactive maps are available that tion, preservation and enhance- allow zooming in and toggling ment of the state's air, water, land, between maps arid aerial photog- fish, wildlife and other natural raphy, as well as toggling the view resources. to full screen to see other public Join us • Saturday, October 22, 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. ithin city limits (maps available) We will see 29 Artists! Drawing • Fiber Art • Jewelry • Furniture • Photography • Stained Glass • Wood • Mixed DASSEL HISTOIY CENTER North 320-275-3077 WA T E Historical Deer hunts will take place at several Minnesota state parks this fall Park visitors advised to wearcases safety concerns require us to blaze orange or bright colors at close- or partially close- the parks parks that remain open during where these hunts take place." special hunts The DNR advises anyone plan- Special hunts to prevent over- ning to visit a state park between population of deer and protect now and the end of December to resources will take place this fall go online or call ahead to check at several Minnesota state parks, whether a hunt is planned and and access to the parks will vary whether the park will be open. The during these hunts, according DNR also advises wearing blaze to the Minnesota Department of orange when visiting parks where Natural Resources. hunts are taking place. Visitors Some parks will remain open should check for hunt-related to all visitors, some will have lim- information at the park office ited access and some will be open when they arrive, look carefully only to hunters with special per- for hunt-related signage and fol- mits (closed to the general pub- low instructions. lic). The deadlines for youth and For a list of parks that are open, adults to apply for a special per- partially open or closed during mit to participate in the hunts - the 2016 hunting season, visit which include firearms, muzzle- loader and archery options - have hunting.html, or contact the DNR passed. Information Center at info.dnr@ "An overpopulationofdeercan, or (65!) 296-6157 or be hard on the iiatural resources at (888) 646-6367, between 8 a.m. the parks, so we allow occasional and 4:30 p.m. Monday through hunts as a way to protect the trees Friday. and native plant communities," Details on which areas of each said Ed Quinn, natural resource park will be affected by the spe- program supervisor for the DNR's cial deer hunts can also be found Parks and Trails Division. "We do in the "Visitor Alert" boxes on the our best to minimize fhe disrup- individual parkweb pages at www. tion to park visitors, but in sortie 8-5:30 MONDAY-SATURDAY • 8:30-3 SUNDAY 1 Gnnding m rger ........................ IB t zs i Game Sticks Pepperoni & Jalapeno Sticks, Teriyaki SUcks Summer Sausage ............... us 2 Jalapefio & Cheese Jerky Summer Sausage ............ LB 3°e Wieners .............................. us 34= *Pork induded in price. Bologna .............................. us 3 Venison Pepper Bacon 3= Polish .................................. us 2n Dried Venison .................... us 3== Salami ................................. LS 2= Venison Meatloaf ......... 2 La mAYS 3 Pork Sausage ..................... us 2= (pro added) We also take the trimming that you bone- out for sausage. Please bring trimmings in clear plastic bags. CheCk Price. Steakettes ........................... us 2 Fresh Italian Sausage ........ us 2m Fresh Pork Sausage .......... us Smoked Brat ....... 2= Cheese Brat, Wild Rice 3 Full ine of casi pork or beef • final: kauemdt4a • (3Z0) 3 )g S48S • 31S Mah