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PAGE 12 October 20, 2016 Cubs' football team loses By Pat Garry, StaffWriter game vs. Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa Kimball hit the road last Friday, on the short week, Wednesday, Oct. 14, and lost a tough battle Oct. 19. Results of that contest will to West Central Area, 26-21. The be reported in next week's edition. Cubs played their homecoming This is a picture for our kick-off to Stand Up to Bullying. Our word for the month is Respect. Students are from left to right, in front, Audra Koistinen, Connor Lauerman, Max Schiefelbein, Adelyn Charboneau, Teagan Van Nurden, Claire Maus, and Gavin Mesenbrink. In middle row are Amelia Burg, and Kylie Van Nurden. In back are Brooklyn Kuechle, Bailey Schweiters, Katie Zimmerman, Laney Laudenbach, Maleah Loch, Gabby Davis, and Nolan Mertens. Submitted photo. Deer hunters encouraged to buy license early With nearly 500,000 frearms getting ready to hunt and enjoying license agent, or online at deer hunters in the state, the time with family and friends." Minnesota Department of Natural Deer licenses can be purchased hunting. License questions Resources encourages hunters to at DNR license agents across should be directed to theDNR purchase their licenses early to Minnesota, by phone at (888) Information Center at (651) avoid long lines and any poten- 665-4236,oronlineatwww.mndnr. 296-6157, or (888)646-6367. tial system issues associated with gov/buyalicense. There are addi- Maintaining quality habitat to the high sales volume. The 2016 tional fees for telephone and inter- support an appropriatepopulation Minnesota firearms deer season net transactions. Deer licenses level' is good for deer, deer hunt- begins Saturday, Nov. 5. and tags ordered by phone and ers and the habitats that sustain "Don't wait until the last min- internet take three to five busi- them. Deer populations, which ute to buy a deer license. There ness days to arrive, so hunters who varyin density from place to place can be long lines of people wait- choose these options should allow and year to year are influenced ing to buy licenses in the days enough time for delivery. Hunters by the severity of winter weather. before deer opener. Last year we must have a valid deer license and Deer are ecologically, socially and sold more than 145,000 licenses tag in their possession when hunt- economically important in a state the Thursday and Friday before ing deer. where hunting and wildlife watch- opener," said Steve Michaels, DNR Hunters need to be familiar ing generate more than $1.3 billion licensing program director. "Buy with deer hunting regulations, in annual economic impact. early and you can spend more time which are available at any DNR Our goal in 2016 is to bring strong community awareness to local businesses and organizations, and the importance of doing business near home; in other words: "Shop Local." You'll be surprised to learn about our local businesses and how much they contribute to our communities! Owners: Dr. Jeff Griffith and Dr. Kristy Griffith O_O_pened: We purchased the business in i Cold Spring in October 2007, and moved to our new location and new building October 2015. Our Employees: Including ourselves, there are 10 people working here. What do we do? We help people maintain healthy smiles with preventive and restorative dental services. We restore oral heakh with everything from simple fillings to complex rehabilitation with crowns and implants. We use the latest technology such as same-day crowns to provide the most comfortable and long-lasting care possible. We treat everyone as though they are part of our family. The friendly staff at Cold Spring Family Dentistry are here to help you with Our customers: Everyone, young or old, your smiles, ln front are Amanda, Dr.Jeff, Dr.Kristy, and Erin; in back who have teeth or would like teeth! are Alice, Shelli, Patsy, Lynn, and Jen. Community involvement: We sponsor local schools, Fire Fest, Dollars for Scholars, and we also support local benefits. Contact info.: Web:; Emaih; Tel. (320) 685-3564. Senior Payton Hanan #32 is leaping over a West Central defender for a Kimball touchdown Friday Oct. 14. Photo courtesy Amanda Garding. .................... UUUUUUUUL- Kimball School Menus O ct. 2 4-2 8 s ad, savory baked beans, creamy coleslaw, seasonal fruit, milk. Breakfast Tuesday: Walking taco with let- Monday:Breakfastpizzaorchoice tuce and cheese or roasted hot of cereal, toast, fresh vegetables, juice dog or crispy chicken salad, green choice, milk. beans, diced tomatoes, seasonal Tuesday: Sausage & egg on fruit, milk. English muffin or choice of cereal, Wednesday: Turkey roast gravy graham crackers, fresh vegetables, or homestyle meatballs or chef seasonal fruit, milk. salad, mashed potatoes & gravy, Wednesday: Mini pancakes, orfresh bread, baby carrots, seasonal choice of cereal, toast, fresh vegeta- fruit, milk. bles, juice choice, mile Thursday: Cheese pizza slice Thursday: Sausage & pancake or hamburger on a btm or crispy on a stick or choice of cereal, gra- chicken salad, broccoli, celery ham crackers, fresh vegetables, sea- sticks, baby carrots, seasonal fruit, sonal fruit, milk. milk. Friday: Ham and cheese bagelFriday: Orange chicken or or choice of cereal, toast, fresh veg- Hawaiian ham sandwich or chef etables, juice choice, milk.salad, turmeric coconut rice, sweet Lunch green peas, fresh vegetables, sea- Monday: Fish nuggets & soft roll sonal fruit, milk. or chicken bacon ranch melt or chef JOIN OUR TEAM! AARONLAABS ERICA MCCANN ANTHONY LAABS NATHAN MCCANN RYANMCCANN n ATtON e'O Cr / YOU CAN MCCANN 320.90a.267