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Dig Flags Call kind:i, & Tele: 398-6782 5-2269 93-6782 -- pioMssoz3 B .uIpI Available at I,,0000NTTO'S FRENCH LAKE STORE (320) 274-8495 '1t 11 I'1 PII It'U' Thursday, October 21, 2010 v=-=.= ews Kimball, MN Free mammograms through MDH Newly enrolled women will also sc] ;ening tests beg use th receive a $20 bonus no iealth insurance or thei The Minnesota Department an e has deductib s or of Health (MDH) is offering free m ats they cannot  eet. S mammograms and Pap tests, he , said Jonatha t Slate The mammograms are offered of Cancer Control at MDH. through the Sage Screening Pro- Sage has a gram, a state and federally-funded 450 local he program that provides free breast statewide, am and cervical cancer screenings than 126,000 to uninsured and underinsured More thanl,70 women age 40 and older. Newly diagnosed an( enrolled women in the program and cervical ( will receive $20 for being screened. Sage program. MDH hopes to make more TL women in Minnesota aware of this 3,500 free program. 'We think there are many women in this part of the state who are not receiving these life-saving reported to reduce breast cancer deaths in women age 40 and older by detecting the disease in its ear- liest stages when it is most easily treated. Women seeking eligibility information about the free mam- mography program, or women who want to make an appointment for a free mammogram, should call Sage at (888) 6-HEALTH (888- 643-2584). For women who live in neighboring states or those whose incomes exceed Sage's guidelines, call the American Cancer Society at (800) 227-2345 to learn of other free and low-cost programs. For more information, visit <www.MNSage.com>. screening tests because they have no health insurance or their insur- ance has deductibles or co-pay- ments they cannot meet. Sage can help," said Jonathan Slater, Chief Sage has a network of nearly 450 local health-care providers statewide, and has served more than 126,000 women since 1991. More than 1,700 women have been diagnosed and treated for breast and cervical cancer through the Crime blotters Kimball Police Department Sunday, Oct. 17:3:50 a.m., Intox- icated man was observed walking around the town of Kimball; he was from out of town and had nowhere to go. He was taken to Detox in St. Cloud. Thursday, Oct. 14:5:40 p.m., Theft of $500 from the safe at Kimball Legion Club; the case is pending. Wednesday, Oct. 13:11:10 a.m., Stray dog had been in the area for several days; a 4- to 5-year-old Beagle was taken to the dog pound (Kimball Vet Clinic). Meeker County Sheriff Sunday. Oct. 17 8:01 a.m. the Sheriff's Office dis- patched Watkins Ambulance to a medical on Luella Street, Watkins. One individual was transported to Meeker Memorial Hospital. 7:22 p.m. the Sheriff's Office dis- patched EdenValley Rescue andWat- kins Ambulance to a medical at a res- idence on Hillside Drive, Eden Valley. One individual was transported to Paynesville Hospital. Saturday, Oct. 16 2:52 p.m. the Sheriff's Office responded to a report of an aban- doned vehicle on 340th Street, Wat- kins. A deputy located the owner and the vehicle will be removed. 8:04 p.m. the Sheriff's Office responded to assist with a car/deer accident in the area of County State Aid Highway 34 and 340th Street, Eden Valley. The deputy Checked the area and the driver of the vehicle was no longer on the scene. 8:09 p.m. the Sheriff's Office took a report of criminal damage to prop- erty at a residence on Church Street, Watkins. 8:35 p.m. the Sheriff's Office received a report of a lost dog from a residence in Watkins Trailer Court, Watkins. 11:35 p.m. the Sheriff's Office observed suspicious activity in the area of Meeker Steams Street and 667th Avenue, Watkins. The deputies checked the area and all was found to be okay. 11:41 p.m. the Sheriff's Office responded to a report of suspicious activity near a residence on Glenshire Boulevard North, Watkins. The depu- ties checked the area and found all to be okay. Friday Oct. 15 6:56 a.m. the Sheriff's Office received a report of a property dam- age accident on 642nd Avenue, Wat- kins. A deputy responded and filed a report. 8:38 a.m. the Sheriff's Office took a report of an assault at a residence on Brooks Street North, EdenValley 2:20 p.m. the Sheriff's Office received a cellular 9-1-1 call in refer- ence to a car/mailbox accident from the area of MN Highway 15, Dassel. The call was transferred to Wright County Sheriff's Office 10:58 p.m. a Sheriff's Deputy observed suspicious activity in the area of County State Aid Highway This year, it is estimated that Minnesotan women will be diagnosed with breast cancer and approximately 650 Minnesota women will die from the disease. Annual mammography has been 2, Watkins. The deputy advised the individuals of park hours and were advised to move on. Thursday Oct. 14 7:20 a.m. the Sheriff's Office received a report of a car/deer acci- dent on MN Highway 15 North, Kim- ball. There were no injuries and the call was transferred to the MN State Patrol. 4:25 p.m. the Sheriff's Office dis- patched Watkins Ambulance, Eden Valley Rescue and Eden Valley Police for a medical at an address on Church Street, Eden Valley. One indi- vidual was transported to Paynesville Hospital by a private vehicle. 5:03 p.m. the Sheriff's Office responded to and dispatched Wat- kins Ambulance for a medical at an address on School Avenue South, Watkins. One individual was trans- ported to Paynesville Hospital. 11:03 p.m. the Sheriff's Office responded to and dispatched Wat- kins Ambulance to a medical at a res- idence on Cedar Avenue South, Wat- kins. One individual was transported to the St. Cloud Hospital. Wednesday Oct. 13 1:25 a.m. the Sheriff's Office responded to an alarm at a business on Central Avenue North, Watkins. The deputy checked the building and it was all secure. 10:31 a.m. the Sheriff's Office responded to and dispatched Wat- kins Ambulance for a medical on 365th Street, Watkins. One individual was transported to Meeker Memorial Hospital. 12:05 p.m. the Sheriff's Office took a report of a theft at an address on Steams Avenue North, Watkins. 1:37 p.m. a Sheriff's Deputy came upon an ordinance violation at a res- idence in the Watkins Trailer Park, Watkins. The party was given a warn- ing. 8:59 p.m. the Sheriff's Office responded to a report of suspicious activity at a residence on 657th Ave- nue, Watkins: Upon arrival of the deputy's everything was found to be fine. Tuesday Oct. 12 10:06 a.m. the Sheriff's Office responded to a report of debris on the road at the intersection of MN Highway 15 and 278th Street, Dassel. Upon the deputies arrival the debris had been removed from the roadway. 1:30 p.m. the Sheriff's Office dis- patched Watkins Ambulance for Steams County, to a medical in Kim- ball. One individual was transported to the St Cloud Hospital. 5:44 p.m. the Sheriff's Office responded to an alarm at a business on MN Highway 55, Watkins. The deputy checked the building and it was secure. 7:32 p.m. the Sheriff's Office came upon a suspicious vehicle on US Highway 12 and MN Highway 15, Dassel. The deputy spoke with the driver and all was fine. 8:39 p.m. the Sheriff's Office responded to a request of a vehi- cle unlock at a residence in the Wat- kins Trailer Park, Watldns. The deputy successfully unlocked the vehicle. 9:54 p.m. the Sheriff's Office stopped a vehicle on MN Highway 15 and 218th Street, Dassel. Carter Mat- thew Eggen, age 24, of Annandale, was arrested on a Wright Co Warrant for issue dishonored check. 10:17 p.m. the Sheriff's Office dispatched Watkins Ambulance to a medical' in Steams County on Kramer Road, Watkins. One individ- ual was treated at the scene; no trans- port was needed. 11:34 p.m. the Sheriff's Office checked on an unoccupied stalled vehicle on MN Highway 15 and 700th Avenue, Dassel. The vehicle was pushed off the roadway and is not a hazard. Monday, Oct. 11 12:14 a.m. the Sheriff's Office dis- patched EdenValley Rescue andWat- kins Ambulance, per the request of Steams CounN to a medical at a res- idence on Green Acres Drive, Eden Valley. One individual was trans- ported to St Cloud Hospital. 6:34 p.m. the Sheriff's Office received a report of unsafe condi- tions on County State Aid High- way 34, Watkins. Upon the deputy's arrival the individuals were gone. 6:47 p.m. the Sheriff's Office took a report of theft from a residence on 340th Street, Watkins. 7:40 p.m. the Sheriff's Office received a report of a car/deer acci- dent on MN Highway 55 and County State Aid Highway 34, Watkins. There were no injuries and the caller was transferred to the MN State Patrol.