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__Around the Area Winthrop News Wednesday, March14,2o12opage8 Z'] rea News With enough private money, Cologne will get fishing pier If enough privately raised money and labor is avail- able about $4,700 is needed for Cologne's Benton Lake will receive a new 58-foot fishing pier. Citizens in the Benton Lake Watershed Conservancy are promoting the proposed pier. Without volunteer help, the project will cost about $20,250 most of which covers the cost of creating parking space and clearing access to the pier. The Cologne City Council recently reviewed the proposed budget for the project. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will donate a $7,500 pier. To receive the pier, access to it must com- ply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Creating parking space and clearing away small trees covers much of the additional costs. Other existing funding includes a $5,000 active living grant, $2,500 from the city for community improvements and a $2,500 DNR grant. The council is hoping the conver- sancy and private groups will be able to generate enough donated money to make the project work finan- cially. -Belle Plaine Herald Car strikes a falling tree A car struck a falling tree along Faxon Road five miles west of Belle Plaine at 6:43 am on Wednesday, Feb. 29, according to the Sibley County Sheriff's Department. Catherine Creech, 57, Henderson, was driving a 2002 Ford Taurus eastbound on Faxon Road when she reportedly saw a tree falling across the road. Creech was unable to stop her vehicle in time due to the slushy roads. Creech was not injured, according to the report. Her vehicle sustained minor damage. -Arlington Enterprise Tanks for Thanks A special assembly was held at the Green Isle Community School to honor and recognize volunteer Mary Kay Donnay on Monday afternoon, March 5. Donnay, who volunteers at the school every day, received a $50 gift card from Cenex for fuel as part of its Tanks for Thanks program. The students presented thank you cards to Donnay at the conclusion of the spe- cial assembly. "She is so deserving for generously and selflessly giving of her time to our school everyday,: said GICS Co=Directors Terry Kroehler and Julie Grams. "She volunteers at our school for whatever we need. She is usually there every morning before the teachers arrive and sometimes stays after school to fin- ish up projects she is working on. She is truly amazing and our school would not be the same without her." -Arlington Enterprise Glencoe man seriously injured in accident Glencoe businessman Mark Jungclaus, 54, was seriously injured in a snowmobile accident on Gull Lake on March 4, when his snowmobile hit an ice heave. On a CaringBridge website, Jungclaus' wife, Deb, posted that her husband suffered multiple broken bones to his face and jaw but was in stable condition at North Memorial, awaiting specialists from the University of Minnesota to do surgery on his jaw. Deb Jungclaus wrote that her husband also has a ruptured eardrum, fractured ribs, and maybe a knee injury, but there is no brain or spinal injuries. -The McLeod County Chronicle Renville County Deputy Best is a 2011 MADD Hero The Renville County Sheriff's Office is proud to announce that one of their own as been awarded the 2011 Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) "MADD Hero" award. Renville County Deputy Sheriff Doug Best received the award and was amongst other police officers, prosecutors and judges honored at MADD's awards ceremony, which was held at the Science Museum of Minnesota. The "MADD Hero" award is given to a law enforcement agency, group or individual who has made a significant contribution toward getting drugged drivers off our roadways. Driving under the influence no longer simply refers to driving drunk, and while the substances being used may be different, the cost of such actions remain the same needless deaths and injuries. Deputy Doug Best was nominated for the award by Renville County Sheriff Scott Hable. -Renville County Register Local makes a donation to the Gibbon Fire Department When Steve Herschman was selected to choose a civic organization to make a contribution of $2,500 through a program at Monsanto, Herschman knew right away where the money would go. "I just wanted to thank the guys for all they do." "I know how impor- tant these small town fire departments are." The $2,500 donation will be used to purchase a new Jaws of Life for the department. -Standard-Gazette FSA M atters CRP Signup 43 Started March 12 and goes thru April 6. DCP Signup is ongoing now; call to set up an appointment 507- 237-2948 ext. 2. Actively Engaged Rules Amended. USDA has amended the rules that govern the requirements to be 'actively engaged' in farming. These rules apply to eligibility for payments under the Direct and Counter-cyclical Program (DCP) or Average Crop Revenue Election (ACRE) program administered by FSA. Normally the stockholder or a member of a legal entity must make contributions of active per- sonal labor and/or active personal management for the farming operation. The contributions are to be performed on regular basis, must be identifiable, and separate from the contributions of others. The exception to this rule for a stockholder or member of a legal entity only occurs when both of the following apply: . At least half of the inter- est in the legal entity is held by stockholders or members who are providing active personal labor or active personal management; The total direct pay- ments received by the legal entity and each of the members can't exceed $40,000. Farm Rescue Need Help Planting a Crop? Call Farm Rescue, the non- profit organization that plants and harvests crops for family farmers who have experienced a major injury, illness or natural disaster. Up to 1,000 acres planted free of charge. Go to farmrescue.org or call 701.252.2017 for an application. Priority is given to applications received by April 15. 317529846 958643712 642178395 274895163 593216478 861734529 136482957 429357681 785961234 Need Help Planting a Crop? Call Farm Rescue, the nonprofit organization that plants and harvests crops for family farmers who have experienced a major injury, illness or natural disaster. Up to 1,000 acres planted free of charge. Go to farmrescue.org or call 701-252-2017 for an application. Farm'00 f esc00R PLY Now; Po,  GIVEN TO ',C,T,ONS cEr, BY,=,. Ue" SffUP PERSON Mary Hartmann of Gibbon has baked 1,O00's of buns over the years Mary Hartmann a former cook at the elementary school, has been coming back to the elementary school for at least 25 years now. Every year around this time she comes and makes buns with the students. She also bakes for anniver- sary parties, graduation parties, etc. She uses a wooden spoon that her son made in shop class every time she vis- its th,e school. She always adds a few green sprinkles this time of year and calls her product, Cloverleaf Buns. Students (left to right): Ivan Rangel-Zendejas, James Schultz, Taylor Schweiss, Sam Berkner, Dominic Rose, Taylor Schafer, Jayden Dangmann, Anthony Rieke, Trinity Buboltz, Angel Nelson, Mary Hartmann, Lincoln Werner, Ryan Magnusson, Catherine Stoll, Nate TenEyck, Daniel Smith, Hannah Davey, Dylan Renneke, and Makayla Mallak. Photo submitted Daffodil Days flower pickup People are reminded to pick up their American Cancer Society daffodils on Friday at Kevin's Market from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. MILITARY STATUS DISCRIMINATION? Are you a soldier whose employer won't give you your old job back? Contact us for a free Adam Hansen Nichols Kaster, PLLP consultation. 80 South 8th Street, Ste. 4600 Minneapolis, MN 55402 877-448-o492 ahansen@nka.dom Advertising Material Courthouse Report Abbreviations: cc = court cost; sc = surcharge; usp = unsupervised probation: sp = supervised probation; rest - restitution: misd - misde- meanor: s/s - same or similar: styd = stayed: PD - public defendant: CFD = continued for dismissal: DAR = driving after revocation: STS - sentence to serve: CWS = community work service: OFP = order for protection: CT - Count. Traffic/Criminal Court SPEED: Charles Lyle Beckler, Buffalo, $135. Lee Allen Triplett, Shakopee, $125. Tracy Richard Eichhorn-Hicks, Edina, $145. Craig Timothy Flores, Gibbon, $135. Eric Daniel Knowles, Delano, $135. Kjirsten Marie Kroenke, Dent, $125. Theresa Ann Brey, Minneapolis, $125. John Basil Ott, Farmington, $110. Richard Elmer Dauer, Springfield, $125. Sharon Lee Kramer, Baxter, $125. Landon Mitchell Lauwagie, Gibbon, $145. Jessica Mae Neid, Glencoe, $125. Joshua Joseph Paul-French, Paynesville, $125. Travis Lee Paulsen, Chaska, $125. Marco Antonio Rangel, Glencoe, $135 IOthleen Joanne Reimer, Eagan, $125 Snuel Paul Worma, Fargo, $135. Pml Louis Acito, St. Paul, $125. Aaron Hank Bahr, New Prague, $125 Anthony Wayne Winters, Green Isle, $125. SPEED/DRIVING WITHOUT A VALID LICENSE OR VEHICLE CLASS/TYPE; MULTIPLE LICENS- ES PROHIBITED: Regino Rios, Jr., Glencoe. Ct. h $145. Ct. 2: $100. SEATBELT VIOLATION: Paul Matthew Klingelhutz, Green Isle, $110. Heath Justin Fischer, Hutchinson, $110 Rafael Torrez, Gaylord, $110. WINDOW RESTRICTIONS VIOLA- TION - TINT TOO DARK: Joshua Aaron Klingelhutz, Green Isle, $135. WINDSHIELD COVERED WITH FROST OR STEAM TO PREVENT PROPER VISION VIOLATION: Kishan Persaud Latchman, Gaylord, $125. SNOWBIRD VIOLATION: Dylan Bradley Freyholtz, Fairfax, $32. STOPPING/STANDING/PARKING WHERE SIGNS PROHIBIT STOP- PING: Jeffrey Michael Shaw, Watertown, $32 FAILURE TO STOP AT STOP SIGN OR STOP LINES: Patrick Allen Scharn, Arlington, $135. EXHIBITION DRIVING: Joseph Richard Wahlen, Le Sueur, $135. DRIVING AFTER REVOCATION VIOLATION: Barry Lee Bolton, Minneapolis. Local confinement: 2 days. UNI,ISURED VEHICLE - OWNER VIOLATION: Alexander Joseph Weber, Winhrop, $285. VEHICLE REGISTRATION REQUIR- ED VIOLATION: Karl Arthur Nesse, Stillwater, $115. VEHICLE REGISTRATION VIOLA- TION - UNREGISTERED - CERTIFI- CATE REVOKED Derek Lee Brower, Winthrop, $385. DISORDERLY CONDUCT VIOLA- TION-OFFENSIVE/ABUSIVE/ NOISY/OBSCENE: Joseph Earl Mitchell Hagen, Henderson, $185. UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION: Waylon Nazareth Rose, New Ulm, $185. OPEN BOTTLE LAW VIOLATION: Adam Anthony Linklater, Minneapolis, $185. POSSESS OVER 1.4 GRAMS OF MARIJUANA IN MOTOR VEHI- CLE/POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA - USE OR POS- SESSION: Lindsay Nichole Nonweiler, Hutchinson. Ct. 1: $235. Ct. 2: $50. DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED: Travis Lloyd Ehlers, Henderson. Conditions: chemical dependency evaluation/treatment; sign all release of information; sign Probation Agreement; follow recommendations of evaluation; follow all instructions of probation; pay costs; attend MADD Impact Panel; no alcohol/controlled substance use; random testing; keep court/attorney informed of current address; remain law abiding; no driv- ers license violations; no alcohol-relat- ed traffic offenses; attend AA or NA a minimum of lx per week. Provide proof of attendance to probation and obtain a sponsor and provide sponsors name, etc. to probation; do not enter bars or liquor store establishments where the sale of alcohol is the primary source of income; no driving, operat- ing or being in ph)'sical control of any motor vehicle without ignition inter- lock or similar alcohol deterring sys- tem until deemed appropriate by MN DPS. Fine: $475. Fee totals: $585. Probation: sp for 2 years. Local con- finement x3:30 days. Home monitor (electronic alcohol) x2:30 days for indeterminate. Comment: to start on or around 12/15/12 & 12/15/13. EAM may be forgiven if defendant complies with staggered sentencing procedures and the Judge finds he has remained chemical free. Blake Alton Sejrup, Henderson. Conditions: chemical dependency eval- uation/treatment; follow all instruc- tions of probation; follow recommen- dations of evaluation; .sign all releases of information; sign Probation Agreement; attend MADD Impact Panel; no alcohol/controlled substance use; random testing; keep court/attor- ney informed of current address; attend AA or NA at a minimum of lx per week and provide proof of attendance to probation. Obtain a sponsor and pro- vide sponsors name, etc. to probation; do not enter bars or liquor stores where the sale of alcohol is the primary source of income; pay costs; no drivers license violations; no driving, operat- ing or being in physical control of any motor vehicle without an ignition interlock system or similar alcohol deterring system until deemed appro- priate by MN DPS. Probation: sp for 2 years. Local confinement x3: 30days. Home Monitor (electronic alcohol): x2. Comment: to begin on or before 12/15/12 and 12/15/13. EAM may be forgiven is defendant complies with staggered sentencing procedures and the Judge finds he has remained chem- ical free. Fine: $500. Stay $500 until 2/23/14 Fee totals: $85. DANGEROUS WEAPONS VIOLA- TION - DRIVE BY SHOOTING TOWARD PERSON, OCCUPIED VEHICLE OR OCCUPIED BUILD- ING (not applicable GOC): Michael Lamont Smith, Mankato. Fee totals: $248.10. Commit to Commissioner of Corrections - MN Correctional Facility - St. Cloud, 67 months. Concurrent with other case. Conditions: supply DNA sample; no contact with vmtim(s), Reyna Garcia or Edgar Garcia, direct or indirect Land Transaction: WARRANTY DEED: Jean M. Thompson to Charles F. Yahnke and Vicky R. Yahnke, Lot 9, Block 2, Henderson, Maple Ridge Addtn. Harold J. Reinhardt to Jonathan M. Reinhardt, E 1/4, SE 1/4, Section 29, Henderson Twp. Kimberly Dotolo-Hahn and Wade G. hahn to Gerald L. Meffert and Melba A. Meffert, Lot 2, Block 6, Arlington, Lynch First Addtn. Lawrence E. Magee to OEM Service Co., LLC, Lot 1, Block 2, Green Isle, Original City 3. Rita A. Melsha to Melsha, Rita A. Revocable Trust U/A, Rim A. Melsha Revocable Trust U/A, NW I/4, NW 1/4, Section 16, Arlington Twp. LIMITED WARRANTY DEED: Wells Fargo Bank NA to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., Lot 2, Block 1, Henderson Twp., Tesch's Second Subdiv. Lanaye S. Ruehling to Frandsen Bank & Trust and Minnesota Valley Bank, SE 1/4, NW 1/4, Section 10, Jessenland Twp. CWABS Inc. Asset-Backed Certi- ficates Series 2004-15 to Patricia Wilson, Lot 5, Block 2, Dryden Twp., Lakeside Acres First Addtn. QUIT CLAIM DEED: Beverly June Schroeder, June Schroeder and Ralph R. Schroeder to Schroeder, Beverly June aka June Schroeder and Ralph R. Schroeder, N 1/4, SW 1/4, Section 4, Moltke Twp. Beverly June Schroeder, June Schroeder and Ralph R. Schroeder to Beverly June Schroeder Revocable Trust, Schroeder, Beverly June Revocable Trust, N 1/4, SW 1/4, Section 4, Moltke Twp. Beverly June Schroeder, June Schroeder and Ralph R. Schroeder to Ralph R. Schroeder Revocable Trust, Schroeder, Ralph R. Revocable Trust, N 1/4, SW 1/4, Section 4, Moltke Twp. Carol A. Fisher and Larry L. Fisher to Carol A. Fisher and Larry L. Fisher, S 1/4, SE 1/4, SW 1/4, Section 1, Arlington Twp. Nicole L. Akridge to Joel M. Akridge, Other Lot: Government Lot: 2, Section 22, Washington Lake Twp. CORRECTIVE DEED: Emilie Duffy, Marjorie Duffy, Michael Duffy, Patrick Duffy, Daniel Murphy and Mary Pat Murphy to Dawn M. Duffy and Mark M. Duffy, NE 1/4, SE 1/4, Section 28, Faxon Twp. TRUSTEE DEED: Gephard R. Durenberger to Durenberger, Gephard, R. Declaration of Trust, Gephard, R. Durenberger Declaration of Trust, Other Lot: Out Lot: 4, Plat: 35002 Henderson Outlots, Brown's Addtn. POWER OF ATTORNEY: Bank of New York, Bank of New York Mellon to BAC Home Loans Servicing LP and Countrywide, Home Loans Servicing LP, Lot 5, Block 2, Dryden Twp., Lakeside Acres First