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P; 20 Com_m_,_,-itlr Thursday, November 22, 2012 Tri-Coun News Central Minn. You'll find something for everyone on your list when you shop your local merchants! A Maze'n Farmyard Farmers State Bank of Watkins Lundeen Bros. Ford Soapbox Laundromat #,-1 Marine Flesh's Gas & Auto Luxemburg Feed Services Son of a Butcher Bar Again & Again Thrift Store Forest City Stockade Mackareth Excavating South Haven Sports AgVentura Feed & Seed Forest City Threshers Show Main Street Pub State Bank in Eden Valley .ABE Granite Foxy's Pat Grooming & Boarding Manhattan Toy State Bank of Kimball .AK-Graphics Fran's Repair Shop AM Maus & Son SteM's Thriftway Foods Alberg Water Services Freebird Monuments MCP Collision Center Stockinger Lawnscapo Npaca Carders French Lake Auto Parts Mecker Cooperative Solutions American Family Ins. Garding Photography Mies Outland Subway (Luxemburg) Anchor Dock & Lift Generations Ballroom Mike's Bait Tackle & Liquor Suds Hut Annandale Embroidery Goat Ropers Bar & Grill Mike's Small Engine Repair Surface Specialists of Mid-MN Annandale Lodge & Suites Gohmann's Foods Mike's Standard The Snooty Fox Gallery & Gifts Annandale Paintball Gone to Pieces Quilt Shop Miller's Jewelry Thomes Insurance Group Aqua Lanes H & S Heating A/C Miller's Sewage Treatment Tom's Carpet Kingdom Arnold's of Kimball Hodlund Plumbing Millner Heritage Winery Tri-County News Arvlg (diversiCOM) Hendricka Sand & Gravel Minnesota Pioneer Park Triple R Grill & Bar B&N Signs Henddckson & Sone Plumbing Mom's Place Tupperware sales (Liee Best Exteriors Henddckson Plumbing & Nana's Attic Hechtel) Brutger Auto Heating Nohner Electric Twice's Nice Homestyle Catering Paramount Theatre & Arts Twin Lakes Chiropractic Images by Marguerite Parts City Valley Auto Glass J &J Madne Pead Laka Lodge . Valley InNValley Uquor Jack's of Watldns/Jack's Oil Powder Ridge Valley Meat & Grocery Vanessa JB Offsale Uquor Quarry Cinema Valley Quick Stop Cenlral Fitness & Tanning ,km'y's Meats & Processing Red Gnet Bar & Grill Vnenen Bros. Construction CentraSota Cooperative Joanne's Place Roeseds Butcher Shop Wally's Carl) Cheryl's Tax Service John's Organic Worm Blend Rohloff Bobcat Service Watkins-Kimball Vutednery ChickadeeTree Rorsl & Gifts Kim-Built Propane RollieWerner Well Drilling Clinic christinds Hair Nail & Sldn Salon Kimball Area Historical Society Schaefefs Auto Electric Wedding & Tuxedo Connection Classic Clips Pet Grooming Kimball Chiropractic Schlangen's Custom Cabinets Xcel Energy gold Spring Bakery Kimball Garage Sohmidty's Tesoro Your Home Repairs Comer Bar Kimball Golf Club or consyer don at/ng .to./ocal Denise's Defined Image Kimball Rod & Gun Club servces ano enenues Divas, Kimball & Annendale Knane Sausage House Shear Design Douglas Stsnger Construction Kramer Electric Ducks Unlimited Krippner Trucking IEadhbarry Farm Lakes Area Vacuum Center Earthway Farm Lakes Eye Clinic Erkm Lake Vatednery Clinic Lala's Bar & Gdll Eden Valley Chiropractic Land O'Lakas Oil & Propane Eden Valley Lumber Lautto's French Lake Store Eden Valley Motel Larry Valiant Plumbing -Eden Valley-WaUdne News Larson Plumbing (do Td-County News) Unda's Magic Mirror Erlf Hardware Hank Undy's RDaJr Fabor Butng & Supplies Looman's Gun Repair & Sales Mark Anthony Meteorologist Mild temps start the week Temperatures were mild across the Upper Midwest last week- end and for the start of this week. I know many golf courses around the state of Minnesota were still open and that allowed many of you to get out and do some golfing. Alexandria had a high temper- ature on Sunday of 53 degrees. That was just four degrees shy of the record high of 57 degrees set back in 1979. The morning lowwas 36 degrees. That was near our average high for this time of the year. Many other locations were in the 60s for highs across parts of southern Minnesota. Our mild fall weather continued as well for Monday and Tuesday of this week. Highs were in the 50s and. even 60s in some parts of the region. That allowed many of you to get your Christmas lights up early while A Thanksgiving Proclamation "It has seemed to merit and proper that God should be solemnly, reverently and gratefully actenowledged, as with one heart and one voice by the whole American People, I do therefore invite my Fellow c1:t:zens n eve3 part of the United Stales, and also those who are at sea and those who are sojourning in fi)reign lands 1o eel apart and observe the lasl Thurstlay of November as a day of Thanksgiving and praise to our beneficent Fattaer who dwelleth m the Heavens." Abraham Lincoln, October 1863 jl %1%1 )/OUR NEI$kiBOG s, GND RND'S ,v Member STATE BANK OF KIMBALL KIMBALL SAINT AUGUSTA (320) 398-3500 (320) 251-6100 www.00tatebankofkimball.oom the weather cooperated. A change will be coming our way, however. Things should remain mild through Thursday for Thanks- giving Day, but then a cold-front will push across Minnesota by Thurs- day night. Some light rain possi- bly mixed with light snow could develop across parts of Minnesota. By the wa3 the National Weather Service has put out their three-month forecast for the winter and it is indi- cating below-normal temps for much of Minnesota with equal chances fo snowfall. What that means is that you should keep your winter coats out and your snow shovel and snowblow- ers handy, but we don't know how much you may use them just yet! Have a great upcoming Thanks- giving weekend! Weather history: On this date in 2011 on Thanksgiving Day it was also very mild with highs in the low to mid 50s common across the region. Weather fact: Snow fact: snow- flakes always have "six sides and similar to the human fingerprint, it is thought that no two snow- flakes are ever exactly the same." Both the form and shape of a "snowflake depends on the tem- perature and moisture content ot the cloud." MN AT A GLANCE: Moorhead Low 33 High 56 Duluth Low 32 High 51 Central Minn. Low 34 High 57 Twin Cities Low38 High 61 Rochester Low 37 High 60 Marshall Low 36 High 59 Monday, Nov. 19: Clear to partly and warm. High 57 Low 43 Winds: S 5-10 mph Prec. None Monday's sunrise: 7:31 a.m Monday's sunset: 4:42 p.m. Normal High: 35 Normal Low: 20 Mild air should stay with us through Thanksgiving Day before a cold-front pushes through Thurs- day night into Friday that could bring some light rain possibly mixed with some light snow across parts of Minnesota. Temperatures will return to more seasonal read- ings by Friday into the weekend. Thursday: Increasing cloudi- ness and breezy, chance of light rain by the evening. High 50 Low 18 Winds: WSW/NW 10-20>25 mph Prec. Trace-.10" Friday: Mostly cloudy, breezy and chilly. High 30 Low 23 Winds: NW 15-25 mph Prec. None Saturday: Mostly cloudy. High 36 Low 27 Winds: SE 10-15 mph. Prec. None Sunday: Variable cloudiness. High 36 Low 21 Wind: SW/NW 5-15 mph Prec. None