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PAGE 2 December 29, 2016 We hope you enjoyed last week's 32-page Christmas issue of the Tri-County News. We put a lot of work into it, and so did elementary students at both Kimball and Eden Valley-Watkins Elementary schools. Our Christmas issue featured a number of these students' draw- ings, sponsored by local busi- nesses. Thank you, both students and sponsors! We made two mistakes, though. We misidentified one drawing, and left out another. Both girls were gracious and understanding. But we promised to reprint them, and set it straight. Below is the real drawing by Lorelei Lorentz. This was next- in-line for a third-place award. Below that is the drawing we fea- tured last week, by Payton Finger (not Lorelei). Both girls won prize money, and will receive corrected letters of congratulation. Thank you for your patience and grace, girls! ....... ......... www.tricountynews.mn , Hundreds of students at bothdrawings to select several to be Every student who submit- the Kimball and Eden Valley-run as business ads for sponsor- ted a drawing is a winner in our Watkins elementary schools made ing local businesses. From those, books.Andthankyouall!Wehope drawings of Christmas or winter we chose one first prize, two sec- that you'll continue your artistic scenes again this year for the Tri- ond prizes, and five third prizes endeavors. County News Christmas issue last (each with cash awards). The prize Congratulations to the 17 indi- week (Dec. 22). There was such an letters were delivered Thursday viduals selected for prizes. array oftopics, talent and humor, it morning, Dec. 22, before school let was great fun going through these out for Christmas break. Eden Valley-Watkins students whose drawings were selected for prizes include (from left) Justin Becker, gr. 4; Daniel Heuring, gr. 5, 1st prize; Henry Salzl, gr. 3; Lorelei Lorentz, gr. 5; Laura Heuring, gr. 3; Ellie Brovold, gr. 6; Paige Kneip, gr. 4, 2nd prize; and Livi Langer, gr. 6, 2nd prize; not pictured Payton Finger, gr. 5. "Thank you" to all the students who did Christmas and winter drawings for us, and to all the businesses that sponsored the drawings. by Payton Finger, S 0 o 0 ]' Kimball Elementary students who won prizes for their drawings are (back row, left to right) Cheyenne Nyholm, gr. 4, 2nd prize; Isabelle Schmitz, gr. 4, 1st prize; Brookelyn Kuechle, gr. 5; Maleah Loch, gr. 4; and Elliot Davis, gr. 4; (front row) Lucas Peterson, gr. 3; Henry Mertens, gr. 2; and Claire Maus, gr. 2, 2nd prize. Congratulations to all the KES students who submitted drawings! Staff photos by Jean Doran Matua. The Tri-County NeWs is the official Newspaper of the Cities of Kimball and Watkins; the Kimball Area School District (ISD#739); Fair Haven, Forest Prairie, Kingston, and Maine Prairie Townships; and Clearwater River Watershed District. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to the Tri-County News, P.O. Box 220, Kimball MN 55353. The Tri-County News (USPS 639-180) is entered at the Post Office, Kimball, Minnesota 55353, as Periodicals. It is published Thursdays by Tri-County News, P.O. Box 220, Kimball MN 55353, Stearns County. LOCATIONS: Our office is at 70 S. Main St. in downtown Kimball. Weekday office hours are Monday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Tuesday through Friday 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Our telephone and fax number is (320) 398-5000 or (320) 453-6397. E-mail can be addressed to news@tricountynews.MN. Our Web site is www.tricountynews.MN. We also have drop sites at Ertl Hardware Hank in downtown Watkins. RATES: Subscription rates are $36/year ($26 for age 62 and older) in Minnesota; $46/year ($36 for seniors) elsewhere in the U.S. Single copy price is $1. DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: 2 p.m. Monday (3 p.m. Friday if Monday is a holiday). OUR AWARD-WINNING STAFF: / #BBm! Jean Doran Matua, Editor and Publisher Maxine Doran: Typesetter, Circulation Marguerite Laabs: Photographer Sue Hughes: Creative Designer Jayne Harff: Office Manager Pat Garry: Staff Writer The staff of the Tri-County News recognizes that it has a responsibility to report the news accurately and fairly, and that it is accountable to the public. Please contact our office if you feel we've fallen short of that objective. LETI'ERS: The Tri-County News welcomes letters COPYRIGHT: All content herein is the property promoting the exchange of ideas and opinions, of the Tri-County News and is protected by U.S. To be considered for publication, letters should copyright law; content may not be reproduced address a topic of current or general interest. Private without our written prior consent. thanks, political self-promotion, libelous letters, We are proud to be a member of: Minnesota or letters denigrating character or reputation will Newspaper Association, Kimball Area Chamber, not be published. All letters must bear the writer's Eden Valley Chamber, Watkins Chamber, and signature, address and telephone number. We Kimball Area Historical Society. reserve the right to edit for clarity and readability. The Tri-County News has won numerous peer-judged awards for advertising, website, LEGAL PUBLICATION: The Tri-County News is photography, and writing. We strive to be Your the publication of record for the City of Kimball; Hometown News, with a printed newspaper and a City of Watkins; Independent School District #739 website of which you can be proud. (Kimball); Clearwater River Watershed District, and the Townships of Fair Haven, Forest Prairie, 2016, Tri-County News, all rights reserved. Kingston, and Maine Prairie. RECYCLING: The Tri-County News is printed with soy inks on recycled paper whenever possible. We encourage recycling.