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www.tricountynews.mn .... PAGE 13 October 20, 2016 Kimball volleyball team has winning week By Pat Garry, Staff Writer On Tuesday night, Oct. 11, the Cubs played Pierz at home and won 3-2. Set scores were 27-25, 15-25, 24-25, 25-14, and 15-12. Match highlights include Madison Hurrle with 23 kills, 4 blocks, and 19 digs. Kari Schiefelbein had 20 digs, Katie Spaulding had 14 kills. Emma Kuechle had 25 set assists while Steph Hurrle had 18. Thursday night, Oct. 13, Kimball traveled to Upsala and beat them in three. Set scores were 25-15, 25-13, and 25-14. Match highlights include Katie Spaulding with 3 aces, Madison Hurtle with 14 kills, Kenzie Leither with 7 kills, Emma Kneehle with 20 set assists, Steph Hurrle with 17 set assists, and Kari Schiefelbein with 10 digs. Financial Aid Night By lay Klein Kimball Area High School will be hosting a Financial Aid Night at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 24, in the High School Cafetorium. Senior students and parents are encour- aged to attend if they have any questions regarding the finan- cial aid process. Anita Baugh from St. Cloud Technical College will be presenting. If you have any question please contact Jay Klein at (320) 398-7700, ext. 320, or jay. klein @ kimball.kl2.mn.us. Emma Kuechle gets a kill for photo by marguerite Laabs. Kimball during conference win over Pierz. Staff Minnesota deer facts Deer: The animal Adult female white-tailed deer weigh about 145 lbs., and males weigh about 170 lbs. The biggest white-tailed deer recorded in Minnesota was a 500- pound buck. Ninety-seven percent of Minnesota deer licenses are sold to state residents. The DNR Information Center remained open 3 112 hours later on the day before last year's deer opener to answer more than 1,600 A whitetail's home range is telephone inquiries, most of them about 1 square mile. related to the firearms opener. Deer hunting Hunting economics There are nearly 500,000 fire- All hunting-related expendi- arms deer hunters in Minnesota. tures in Minnesota totaled $725 planning process including mem- bership on the Deer Plan Advisory Committee, public meetings, focus group meetings, and online public comments. More information on deer and deer management can be found at www.mndnr.gou/deer. Kimball Golf Club & KAHS Student Government Sponsor Hole Saturday, October 22, 12 Noon start time roar. 4 Person Team Scramble I/1' 65| $25 per person $15 will be donated to Jacob Wetterling foundation Contact or mail entries to: Bob Deem, Kimball Golf Club, PO Box 188, Kimball, MN 55353 or call (320) 398-2285 Entry Fee $25 per I rson Golfer Golfer Golfer Golfer Please complete registration form enclose check Please support us by purchasing Popcorn through Sunday, October 30. Popcorn is available this weekend at Gohmann's Foods. Don't see your favorite flavor, We would be happy to order it for you. Popcorn is also available by order from any Kimball Cub Scout. Over 73*/, of sales go to support local Scouting Programs at the Pack, District, and Council Levels. 35 cents of every dollar stays here in Kimball. For more information contact Cubmaster Mike Erpelding: 764-9303 Thank you! We appreciate your support. Last year, 30 percent of million, up Minnesota firearm hunters suc-Trip-related expenses such as Kimball track opens cessfully harvested a deer. About food and lodging, transportation ~ByByron Westrich ;~ ~: dry. The students are excited to 63 percent were antlered bucks, were $235 million. KlmbaUActivities Director use the track. Cross country will 70 percent of Minnesota's fire- Hunters spent $400 million on arms deer harvest typically occurs equipment. during the first three or four days Hunters spent $90 million on of the season, other items such as magazines, The average hunter spends five membership dues, licenses, per- days afield during Minnesota's mits, land leasing and ownership. firearms deer season. From the 2011 National Survey Hunters can register their deer of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife- via internet, phone or at walk-in Associated Recreation, U.S. Fish & big-game registration stations, Wildlife Service www.census.gov/ except in southeastern Minnesota prod/www/fishing.html. permit areas 339 to 349 during the Deer management in Minnesota firearms season while the DNR The DNR is entrusted to man- samples deer for chronic wasting age the deer herd on behalf of, and disease, for, the benefit of all Minnesotans. The largest typical whitetail Deer are the number one buck taken in Minnesota had a hunted species in Minnesota and Boone & Crockett score of 202, deer hunters along with other shot by John Breen in 1918 near hunters and wildlife watchers Funkley. together contribute more than Minnesota's No. 1 nontypical $1.3 billion to the economy. whitetail buckhad43 points, shot The DNR is beginning the by 17-year-old Mitch Vakoch in planning process to write a state- 1974. wide deer management plan and Deer licenses the agency is interested in your In total, about 606,000 deer thoughts about deer manage- hunting licenses and permits (all ment. The public will have multi- types) were sold in 2015. ple ways to provide input into the encourage walkers and runners to use outside four lanes to save wear The Kimball Body Fitness class be able to train on the track the and tear on inside lanes which see was able to run on the new track remainder of the season as well. more of the use during track sea- Mondaymorningforthefirsttime. We are up to hosting six track son. Great to get the family out Students are able to use the track meets for next spring. The commu- and see how the surface feels. Just now during Physical Education nityis welcome to come and either a reminder of "no wheels or pets" classes since the paint is finally run or walk on the new track. We are allowed on the surface. Kimball students of the Body Fitness class are seen trying out the new track. Submitted photo.