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Your Hometown News llq,hh,lpd,llpll,i,lzllllilllq'.lh.lll!l!illllhll"Iz... ......... ...... ... . *************MIXED ADC 553 12/31/2015 $2 SMALLTOWN PAPERS, INC. 217 W COTA ST SHELTON WA 98584-2263 F Volume 69, Issue42 Mail stolen in Thursday Kimball November 17, 2016 Inside this week: • Rumsey's lifelong love of music, page 2. • Arenson's to sell phar- macy Dec. 6, page 3. • A bright future for local newspapers, page 4. • OBITUARIES: Rose I_oesch, 100, of Watkins; and Daniel Peterson, 49, of Annandale (for- mefly of Watkins); page 6. • 3 injured in EV fire, page 7. • EV bank gets new name, page 8. • 2016 General Election re- Football Eagles soar into state semifinals :! A safety by Jacob Streit in the fourth quarter was the turning point for the Eagles: with a lO-point advantage over the i Royals, most agree it was impossible for the Royals to catch up The Eagles play Maple River at U.S. Bank Stadium Thursday, Monday morning, Nov. 7, the Nov. 17in the state semifinal.. Staffphofo by Gaylen Bicking. Kimball Postmaster observed By Pat Garry, StaffWriter 12-play drive, which culminated quarter: Markell York-Rameriz that there was no lock on the blue The Eagles kept it rolling inaGregLuxSportsCenterTopl0;Second suits, page 9. mail box outside in the parking Friday, Nov. 11, in state quarter- reception over a pair of defenders, quarter: Matt Schindler 1-yd. run • Kimball Cub Scout news, lot. The last time the post office final action at Brainerd, defeat- The Eagles added a blocked (Streit kick); Third quarter: Greg 10. could confirm that it was locked : ing Royalton, 29-12. Eden Valley- punt safety in the fourth quar- Lux 18-yd. pass from Reese lansen ' KES Student of the and secure was 4 p.m. Saturday, i Watkins chalked up 180yardsfrom ter and a 10-yard touchdown pass (kick failed); Fourth quarter: Month, page 10. Nov. 5. One of the carriers recov- the offense and pretty much con- from Jansen to senior Jacob Streit. Safety (blocked punt, tackle in the ~: 3D computers visit ered some envelopes from,a~road ~ trolled possession during the first Now the Eag~ ~[~e headed to the end zone); Streit 10-yd. pass from page 11. ditch out in the country Monday, i half, in their Class AA battle with state semifinals. Eden Valley- Jansen (Streit kick); Individual which has been verified as having the Royals, at Don Adamson Field. Watkins (10-1) advances to meet Statistics: Rushing: ~rork-Rameriz been deposited in the blue out- The Eagles had a few "unforced" side box over the weekend. The • Veterans Day programs, pages 14-15. Postal Inspectors are conduct- ing an investigation. There is now up to $1,000 reward for informa- tion leading to the arrest and con- viction of the person or persons respgnsible. The post office per- sonnel do not know how much mail may be involved, they do know it was not all recovered. If anyone deposited mail in the outdoor blue box Saturday eve- ning or Sunday of last weekend, and money was involved, you should check if payments got to where they were supposed to go. If not, they can stop in the post office and the postmaster can give them contact information for the inspector handling the case. Also, if there was other sensitive infor- mation which could be used for fraudulent activities, please talk with the postmaster Patty Nelson. Maple River (10-2) in the semifi- 25-110, Schindler 8-57, Jamison :: errors that prevented them from nals at 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17, at Kuechle 4-27, Dominic Schlangen scoring a couple of touchdowns, U.S.BankStadiuminMinneapolis.5-11, Jansen 9-(-11); Totals: 51-194; resulting in just a two-point, 14-12 Maple River defeated Norwood Passing: Jansen 11-23-1 131; advantage at the hiatus. Eden Young America 12-7 in a quarterfi- Receiving: Schindler 4-54, Streit Valley-Watkins opened the sec-nal Friday night in Shakopee.4-40, Lux 2-37, York-Rameriz 1-0; ond with a commanding 69-yard,Eagles' Highlights: First Totals: 11-131. Kimball volleyball team ends satisfying year *YVinter sports preview and schedule, page 16. • Valley Victors report, page. 17. • Weather, page 20. • City council summaries, pages 20-21. • SHOP LOCAL! page 27. • EVALBookNotes, page 28. "In Brief" is on page 28. Church & Obituaries ....... 6 Thanksgivingn Coupons .. 19 Business Directories .. 22-23 Legals, Government... 22-23 Crime Blotters ........ 22-23 Calendar ................ 24 Classifieds .............. 25 "Shop Local". ........... 27 Newsstand Price: $1 . IIII!l]lLI!lJlll!!!!!llll The Kimball 2016 volleyball team got a Fire Department send-off Wednesday morning, Nov. 9. (Front row) Holly Loch, Madison Hurrle, Kira Schaefer, Caitlyn O'Brien, Erin O'Brien, Karl Schiefelbein, and Steph Hurrle; (back row) Trinity Erickson, Emma Kuechle, Katie Spaulding, Kenzie Leither, and Madi Truenow. Photo courtesy of Amanda GaMing. By Pat Garry, StaffWriter kills. Kuechle, Mackenzie Leither of25-20,25-20, and25-21. Statsvs. The Cubs' dream season cul- and Holly Loch all had four. TMB: Kimball Attacks: (K, E, TA): minatedwithajourneytothestateKimball had five service errors, Erin O'Brien 1, 1, 11; Holly Loch tournament. They opened the four in the first set. Kuechle had 4, 3, 11; Madison Hurrle 10, 7, 35; action Thursday, Nov. 10, at Xcel 15 set assists and 14 digs to lead Emma Kuechle 4, 1, 10; Mackenzie Energy Center. Kimball dropped the way for the Cubs. Kimball (20- Leither 4, 0, 12; Katie Spaulding a touch match to state perennial 14) faced Cook County of Grand 2, 2, 14; Stephanie Hurrle 0, 0, 3; power and second-seeded Tracy- Marais (22-4) in the consola-Caitlin O'Brien 1, 3, 18; Sets: Erin Milroy-Balaton, 3-0. Set scores tion semifinals, Friday at the X. O'Brien 1; Holly Loch 2; Madison were 25-19, 25-13, and 25-20. Both Kimball beat Cook County, 3-0, Hurrle 1; Emma Kuechle 15; Katie teams came out rather tentatively, with set scores of 25-12, 25-18, and Spaulding 1; Stephanie Hurrle 2; but the Panthers broke out of the 25-21. The Cubs ended their excit- Caitlin O'Brien 1; Karl Schiefelbein daze and rallied for a 45 to 26 kill ing state run Saturday, Nov. 12, 1; Serves: (SA, SE): Holly Loch 1, 1; advantage over the Cubs. Kimball when they lost to Underwood Emma Kuechle 0, 1; Mackenzie was led by Hurrle, who had 10High School, 3-0, with set scores Leither 0, 1; Katie Spaulding 0, 2. P.O. 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