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PAGE 22 October 20, 2016 4-H reporters learn their craft Meeker County 4-H'ers attended a leadership and officer training Monday evening, Oct. 17, in Litchfield. Jean Matua led the session for 4-H reporters. In front row are Jacob Huhn for Litchfield Satellites, Ashley Gruenes from the Valley Victors representing the 4-H Federation, and Grette Lemke for the Valley Victors; in back were Paige Frenchick for the Koronis Eager Beavers, Abby Shoutz for Forest City Livewires, Nellie Laidlaw for Acton Buzzers, and Brandon Jenkins for the Cosmos Comets. (Missing that evening was Bailee Schiefelbein for the Kimball Kruisers.) Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua. ..... www.tricountynews.mn Meet the Candidate Night Oct. 27 The Kimball Area Chamber U.S. RepresentativeTom Questions for the night are of Commerce is hosting a Meet Emmer (surrogate) and David being prepared by Mr. Stangle's the Candidate Night Thursday,Snyder Social Studies classes. Oct. 27, at the Kimball Area High StateSenateMichelleFischbachCandidates will be provided School. The schedule and the can- and Michael Willemsen the questions when they arrive didates who will be attending is as State Representative Jeff Howe Thursday, Oct. 27. follows: and Anne Buckvold The structure for the evening 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. is meet and 8:30 to 9:15 p.m. is time for City will be as follows: greet time. Candidates will be pro- of Kimball candidates: Candidates will be provided vided a table and you will have the Mayor: Tammy Konz 2 minutes to introduce themselves. opportunity to meet and talk with Council: Sheryl Carlson and * Candidates will be pro- them. Megan Kiffmeyer vided 1-1/2 minutes to respond to 6:45 to 8:30 p.m. is time sched- 9:15 to 10 p.m. is time for questions. uled for State candidates; indi- Kimball School Board candidates Candidates will be provided viduals planning to attend are as Karla Davis, Jeffrey Lerum and 1 minute for closing comments. follows: Tim Zipoy you only get the monthly PLUS issue, you're missing a visits Kimball Historian and musician Bill Jamerson presented true stories, tall tales, and authentic lumberjack songs about our hardy immigrant predecessors, the mighty pine forests, and bunkhouse life. He spoke (and sang) at Kimball Senior Dining Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 11, at St. Anne's Church in Kimball. The program was sponsored by the Kimball Public Library, funded in part by Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Hereitage Fund. Staff photo by Mary Knaus. Opportunities available in these divisions VAN I DEDICATED I INTERMODAL Team and Solo I Regional and Over-the-Road COMPANY DRIVER BENEFITS $6,000 tuition reimbursement ] Paid orientation and ongoing Medical, dental and vision insurance and 401(k) plan training schnelderJobs.oom SCHNEIDER" m,d...mB.c. 800-44-PRIDE I 800-28-LEASE Here's what you may have missed in the Sept. 22 & 29 and Oct. 6 & 13 issues of the Tri-County News: Kimball celebrates Hall of Fame Charity bike run in Watkins Vandals strike Kimball Golf Club again Kimball Senior Dining crowns Homecoming king and queen KHS class reunion photos from 1954, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1964, 1965, 1966, and Old Coots Zion UMC celebrates 125th anniversary Eden Valley Area Library annual fundraiser EV-W prepares to "Paddle the Lakers" for Homecoming Laney's Little Library opens in Forest City and Watldns Watkins Lions hold 2nd golf tournament Jean Reinert opens craft shop in Watkins Flag flown over Iraq presented to KAHS Veterans Memorial dedicated in Roc~4]le A Grape stompin' time at MiUnerW'mery Meeker County Deputies to wear pink badges EV-W football invited to Vikings' training facility Meeker Co. youth celebrate 4-H week Alek Young receives Kimball Fire Chief Award St. CloudVAMC announcesVeterans Day events CentraCare and St. Cloud Medical Group merge John Adolph wins 360 SOIl_SCAN in drawing Kimball National Honor Society inducts 14 Kimball Youth Football wrap-up EV-W Facilities Task Force update DECA Color Run Plus weekly updates on Kimball and EV-W volleyball and football, EV-W/K cross country, and Chain of Lakes soccer Obituaries off Loran Eull, 89 of Eden Valley;, Alcuin "H o o p i e" Huberty, 82, of Watkins; Jeanette Jane~ 82, of South Haven; Allen Johnson, 65, of South Haven; Vioka Loch, 91, of South Haven; John "Jack"Young, 92, ofWatkins; Kimberly Ecklund, 51, of Watkins; Jill Kraft, 61, of Richmond Business Profiles off Denise's Defined Image (Kimball), Manhattan Toy Company (Eden Valley), Animals Inc. (Watldns, Kimball, Maple Lake), Casey's General Store (Kimball) The Tri-CountyNews PLUS is a broadcast issue of the Tri-CountyNews that goes to subscribers. The Plus is sent on the third Thursday each month, to every mailing address in Kimball plus Watkins, EdenVaUey, and South Haven, while the News comes out each Thursday all year long for subscribers. If you only receive the Plus, you receive the same news as our subscribers for that week. But you're missing news from all the other weeks in-between the monthly Plus issues. Subscribe today and you won't miss anything! You'll receive the Tri-County News each and every week, directly to your mailbox. (See form on page 24.)