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PAGE 28 October 20, 2016 Mark Meteorologist Nice weekend coming up Weather Column: Parts of More scattered showers and southern Minnesota hit the mid thunderstorms pushed across 70s on Sunday making for a nice the Gopher state Monday after- weekend for this time of the year! noon into Monday evening. A few Most of central and west cen- of those cells had the potential tral Minnesota managed to warm for severe weather across mainly into the mid 60s on Sunday which southern Minnesota into parts of is about 10 degrees above average Wisconsin. for this time of the year. Drier and near average tem- Scattered showers made theirperatures are expected for the way across the region Sundaymidweek right into the weekend. night. Following the rain and fairly A weak wave of energy on Friday light winds, some dense fog devel- could bring some spotty show- oped across southern Minnesota ers to the area. Otherwise, at this into parts of central Minnesota stage it looks like a pretty decent late Sunday night into Monday weekendis shapingup for all of us! morning. A dense fog advisorywas By the way, this Friday I will be posted f or parts of the area. speaking about the weather and how to stay active and challeng- mph Prec. None ing your mind at the "Aging with Monday's sunrise: 7:44 a.m. Attitude Expo" in Sauk CentreMonday's sunset: 6:28 p.m. at 9 a.m. at the Sauk Centre High Normal High: 53 School. I would love to see you Normal Low: 33 there! Temperatures will be near aver- Have a wonderful week! age for the midweek and for much Weather history: On this of the rest of the week across the date in 1916 heavy snow hit parts state of Minnesota. At this stage, of Minnesota. Records show little moisture is expected through that Redwood Falls received aSunday. We could see a few spotty "record-setting 7 inches of snow." showers on Friday as a weak dis- Weather fact: Radiation fog is turbance arrives. also called valley fog. In the morn- Thursday: Variable cloudiness. ing it usually dissipates or "burns High 48 Low 35 Winds: NW 10-20 off" when the Sun's heat warms mph Prec. None the ground and air. Friday: Partly to mostly cloudy, MN AT A GLANCE: 20-percent chance of rain. High 56 Moorhead Low40 High 53 Low 40 Winds: S 10-20 mph Prec. Duluth Low 38 High 51 Trace-.20" Central Minn. Low 41 High 53 Saturday: Partly cloudy. High Minneapolis Low 47 High 57 56 Low 39 Winds: WNW 10-15 mph Rochester Low 45 High 56 Prec. None Marshall Low 45 High 57 Sunday: Partly cloudy. High Wednesday: Partly cloudy. 54 Low 36 Winds: NW 10-20 mph High 53 Low 36 Winds: NW 10-15 Prec. Trace-.20" FREE "Harvest Bank Mobile" in your app store! . View and transfer funds between your accounts on your Android" or Apple" Mobile check deposit ST. AUGUSTA 251-5100 ATWATER 974-8861 Meet the Candidate Night Oct. 27 KIMBALL 398-3500 The Kimball Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Meet the Candidate Night Thursday, Oct. 27, at the Kimball Area High School. The schedule and the can- didates who will be attending is as follows: 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. is meet and greet time. Candidates will be pro- vided a table and you will have the opportunity to meet and talk with them. 6:45 to 8:30 p.m. is time sched- uled for State candidates; indi- viduals planning to attend are as follows: U.S. Representative Tom Emmer (surrogate) and David Snyder State Senate Michelle Fischbach and Michael Willemsen State Representative ]eft Howe and Anne Buckvold 8:30 to 9:15 p.m. is time for City of Kimball candidates: Mayor: Tammy Konz Council: Sheryl Carlson and Megan Kiffmeyer 9:15 to 10 p.m. is time for Kimball School Board candidates Karla Davis, Ieffrey Lerum and 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. Kimball Lions Christmas Wreaths KANDIYOHI 382-6100 www. harvestbankmn, corn I I Kimball Lions are taking orders for Christmas Wreaths to be placed on your loved one's cem- etery monument. Lion members will hang the wreaths on the cem- etery monument by Thanksgiving and will remove by the end of January for only the cost of the wreath. The wreath is placed on the monument with a bracket designed and manufactured by Styme Industries, Kimball. Cost of wreaths $13 for regular (25") and $20 for large (36"). Please contact Dean Mozena (320) 398-8223, Dan Konz 398- 5011, Ben Lutgen 398-6444, or Mary Knaus 492-1527. NOVEMBER 6 www.tricountynews.mn lanned for 2018, MnDOT will present plans for work on Highway 22 between Eden Valley and L'rtchfield atan open house from 4:30-6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25, at Eden Valley City Hall, Halloween for Alayna As our centinue to grieve ioss of a rrn:h bekwed I tJe girl namad ber parents have decided to her a remy party Monday OcL 31 H k een b Abyna's bidhday, and this year sho would Ix m 6. Everyone is invited to a fun and fami H k een party from 5-7 gnt at SLChurch Padsh Center in Any gifts will be donated fo Toys For Tots and/ or local families in need. There will be jump houses, Halloween games, of fun. May this party belp us all beal Historical Society talk Author Connie Lounsbury will speak on the Great Depression of the 1930s, including hobos and CCC camps, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, OcL2S, at m lCey Ha,.Tbeevent sponsored by ma Historical Society. Refreshments will the ta , and the event free and open to everyone. Candidate questionnaires If you are a candidate for city or school district office in our local coverage area, watch for a questionnaire we'll get to you soon. Please fill out and return it ASAP so we can share them all with our readers. 'Meet the Candidate' The Kimball Area Chamber' of Commerce will again host a"Meet the Candidate Night" before this year's general election. The Q&A forum will be held at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, at the KAHS cafetorium with local and state candidates. There will be time to meet your candidates and discuss issues with them as well as the more formal Q&A panels. The general election is Tuesday, Nov. & (Remember that election signs cannot be placed in the right- of-way of state highways.) Broadcast issue this week This week's Tri-County News was mailed to every mailing address in Eden Valley, Watkins, Kimball, and South Haven, in addition to our regular subscdbers. Our advertisers are pleased to help bring this to 12,0OO+ local readers once a month. The next broadcast issue will be Nov. 17, but there's a lot that will happen between now and then. You'll miss it without the Tri-County News being delivered to you each and every week. Start (or renew) your subscription today; we make it so easy! Upcoming benefits Oct 22,11-hole gall for Jacob OcL 22, Rk:hrrmnd KC roast beef & ham supper 23,German potato pancake&sam supper (Rock,e) OcL 28, Pead Lake FLsh Fry Oct 29, SL Matthew's Fall Bazaar fforest C j) Oct. 30, Fa, breakfast at SL Nicholas Parish NovA2,"Deer Wkiows' Weekend" at Holy Cress School