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C 9 '    wa = =m =-,Jl,= . www.tricountynews.mn ,., ,..,,o, UIIIIll !11 Thursda, December 5, 2013  U I. - YS Tatum Libbesmeier in Nashville! . Possibly millions watched the CMA Christmas show Monday evening on ABC, with lots of country and music stars singing their favorite Christmas songs. A true "star" of the two-hour show was Tatum Libbesmeier who got to meet Luke Bryan as her Make-A-Wish wish. Above, Tatum with Willie Robertson of "Duck Dynasty"after the show; he signed and gave her his headband. Above right, Luke and Tatum after the show; he's wearing her "Fight" bracelet. At right, Tatum and host Jennifer Nettles after the show. At far right, Luke and Make-A-Wish sponsor Macy's treated Tatum to a makeover and a new outfit; Luke signed both of her brand-new boots. Luke has promised Tatum and her girlfriends a "girls' night out" when he plays in Fargo in February; he'll fetch them by limo at her Herman home. Everyone Welcome! Enjoy Holiday treats at Harvest Bank-Kimball on Frida] December 13  during lobby hours SPECIAL FEATURE: Students from the KAHS choir will sing carols 1-1:30 p.m. Arlene Sunds directing Help us give back to the community:  A Toys for Tots box wiU be at the bank locations in Kimball and St Augusta until mid-December HARVE S T BANK KIMBALL 398-3500 ST. AUGUSTA ATWATER KANDIYOHI 251-6100 974-8861 382-6.100 www. harvestbankmn, com "Thank you" to Tatum's parents Lisa and Scott for sharing these photos! Tatum defeated retinoblastoma, but continues to have medical issues. DNR issues ice warning for aerated lakes The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources warns ice anglers, snowmobilers, skiers and other outdoor enthusiasts to use caution when going onto any lake covered or partially covered with ice, especially those that feature aeration systems. "Open water areas created by aeration systems can shift or change shapes depending on weather conditions," said Mari- lyn Danks, DNR aquatic biologist "Leaks may develop in air lines creating other areas of weak ice or open water." Aeration systems are gener- ally operated from the time lakes freeze until the ice breaks up in the spring. They help prevent win- terkill of fish, but they also create areas of open water and thin ice, which are significant hazards. Aeration systems are inspected for safety and compliance with regulations by permittees and DNR personnel. For more infor- mation, call a regional fisheries office or the DNR Information Center at (651) 296-6157, or toll- free (888) 646-6367, info.dnr@ state, mn. us. The following is a list of the lakes in Meeker, Stearns, and Wright Counties that will likely have aeration systems in opera- tion this winter. When there are lakes in the county with the sarhe name as the aerated lake, the nearest town is shown in brackets. Names in parentheses are alternate lake names. Those names followed by an asterisk are newly aerated lakes. Meeker Co.: Star, Thompson. Stearns Co.: Black Oak, Carne- lian, Marie (Maria) [Kimball]. Wright Co.: Augusta, Craw- ford, Dean, Foster, Little Waverly, Louisa, Mink, Somers, Sylvia ....... In brief: The CP Rail Holiday Train will pass our way Sunday evening, De 15. Sfops in Buffalo and  before a stop and show in Kimball at about 9 p.m. Kimball is hosting a communi party from 7-.15 gn inW'dlow Creek Park bafore le train arri with a horsexh-a sleigh, hot cocoa andlreat The Eden Vaaey He Conlmun Hoay Gathenng b om 64L30 g at Ue Edm Valley [vent Center. with a  ram/ corn:err hut chocolate and treats The Wain will pass through Eden VaJley at armmd 10".30 p.m. Rease bring a dona'don (non- pedsha food item or cash) to either of the Holiday Train events, Be sure to dross warmS, it can get cold out ther (See page 5 for more in.) TLs the season of school rnusic progran and the season is now in  sn (See page 18 for deta) Dec.& EV-W Communy F.tL mdtaL Dec S Va.baa  & b=d o-Dec. 9, EV-W choir mmert, wades74Z DecJZ KES cemet grades K-3    Cross Oec.IKES4 , ................ l can't get  local than that! HorbjTrn   The 2013 CP Rail Holiday Train is coming Sunday, Dee. 15. it will stop in Buffalo at about 6 p.m., in Annandale around 7:30 p.m., in Kimball around 9 p.m.; it will pass through Eden Valley this year at about 10:30 p.m. Santa Cus b cnng., Santa's magical visits start this Saturday, Dec. 7. Seepage 18. for a list of many Of his local appearance - Hakby deahles In order to print and deliver the Tri-County News in time for the Holidays, we have early deadlines: 3 p.m. Friday, Dec. 20,  New Year  (De 26). -3 p.m. Friday, Dec. 27, for the Jan.2 T'i-County  ................. . neflts Child