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__Around the Area Winthrop News , Wednesday, September29,201ooPage7 ,rea News J.R. Brown Heritage Society hosts first public forum Annual Hector Lions breakfast The Hector Airport was a busy place Sunday morn- ing for the 68th Annual Hector Lions Flight breakfast. The Lions served more than 1,100 people pancakes, french toast, eggs, sausages, juice and coffee. A total of 147 pilots had their many different styles of planes on display during the event. The breakfast benefitted Gordy and Paula Sing, Bird Island, and raised funds for the "The Honor Flight" Organizations, which flies WWII Veterans to see the memorial built in their honor located in Washington D.C. -News Mirror Fire in Bernadotte The chimmney and part of the garage were all that remained of an empty house after an early morning fire likely caused by arson Saturday. Neighbors discovered the house engulfed in flames at about 4:00 a.m. The structure was located across the road from the cream- ery, on Nicollet County 10. The house was in the process of being gutted and probably would have been used for fire training at a future time, according to owner Roger Johnson, Jr. Anyone with any information about the fire is asked to contact the Nicollet County Sheriff's Office at 507-931-1570 -Lafayette Nicollet Ledger Elk hunters claim trophy Jimmy Mackenthun and daughter Kassy, of rural Glencoe, arrowed a bull elk at 40 yards while hunting the White River National Forest in northwestern Colorado on September 13. The elk showed a 5x5 rack and weighed an estimated 700 pounds. The Mackenthuns were guided out of the Ute Lodge Hunting Camp by Karl Maser. -Chronicle Lafayette Recovery Funds The official announcement came Monday that the City of Lafayette has been selected to receive over $3.8 million in Recovery Act Funds. USDA Rural Development State Director Colleen Landkamer announced that Lafayette will receive a $2,329,000 loan and a $1,472,000 grant from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to make improve- ments to the city's drinking water and wastewater treat- ment systems. Recovery Act funds will replace old water mains, valves, hydrants, sewer lines, and waste- Guidecraft USA FINANCIAL We need TWO people for Holiday Shipping & Receiving AUCTIONS Must be able to lift up to 80 lbs., Self-starter, Goal oriented and enjoy a fast paced work environment. This is a Seasonal Position Employment through 1/31/2011 Guidecraft USA is an equal opportunity employer. Apply in Person Only Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Hwy, 19 West, Winthrop water treatment plant equipment. Aging systems cause infiltration, mineral deposits, operation challenges, and increased treatment costs. The proposed improvements will result in a reliable system for city residents with reduced operation expenses and minimal threat to the surrounding environment. -Lafayette Nicollet Ledger New fire truck in Green Isle The Green Isle Fire Department recently added a 2011 Ford truck to its fleet. The truck, which will be used as the first out vehicle, features a water tank with a high pressure pump and will carry medical equip- ment. The cost of the new truck was covered by a $10,000 U.S. Fish and Wildlife grant and by the tax- payers in the City of Green Isle, Green Isle Township, Jessenland Township and Washington Lake'Township. -Arlington Enterprise Juvenile bit by squirrel in Gaylord City Park Gaylord Police reported last week that a juvenile had to be transported to the hospital last Tuesday after getting bit in the finger by a squirrel. The incident hap- pened in the park near the Gaylord pool. According to police, the juveniles approached the squirrel because it appeared injured. The squirrel is being tested for rabies. -The Gaylord Hub Harvesting vegetables Sibley East Ag Science students, last week, harvest- ed vegetables at the Sibley East garden, under the supervision of ag teachers Jeff Eppen and Tim Uhlenkamp. The one acre garden is located just north of the Sibley County Fairgrounds, off of CSAH 9. Students sampled the cantaloupe to determine if it was ready for picking. Students also picked beans, squash, tomatoes, cucumbers, and cantaloupe. During the sum- mer, 10 students, along with Eppen and Uhlenkamp, worked in the garden. The number of hours worked is unknown. The vegetables are being incorporated into the school lunch menu at the Arlington campus. Plans are for the garden size to increase to approximately three acres next year, according to Eppen. -The Gaylord Hub Learn "What we know and what we don't know" about the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 at a pub- lic forum Saturday, October 9, from 1:30 to 4 pm in the Community Building in Henderson, Minnesota. The Dakota War of 1862 was the single most important event in our state's 150-year history. In six tragic weeks more were killed than all of Minnesota's Civil War deaths and the western half of the state was depopulated. Panelists will explore with the audience the known facts of the war, what happened at various stages and how the war was docu- mented, and will discuss the ques- tions still unanswered about this tumultuous time period from August to December 1862. Forum presenters are Stephen E. Osman, military historian and long- time site manager at Historic Fort Snelling, whose slide presentation documents the causes and events of the war; Curtis A. Dahlin, an inde- pendent scholar, author and photo- graph historian whose focus is on the fate of those caught up in the war; and Mary H. Bakeman, histori- cal researcher, publisher, and editor of Minnesota's Heritage history journal. The event takes place in the first floor Community Room and is free and open to the public. It will be pre- ceded by the annual meeting of the Joseph R. Brown Heritage Society at 12:30 pm. The Joseph R. Brown Minnesota River Center on second floor will be open from 10 am to 12:30 pm. Future forums are planned for Brown Heritage Society annual meetings in 2011 and 2012, focusing on events leading up to the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 and the legacy of that war - how those events affected both the Dakota and the settlers. Public participation in these forums is encouraged. Calling all farmers-- Farm land rent Farm land rent is of critical con- cern to landowners and operators. The added costs of inputs and high- er markets has greatly affected farm land rent. Sibley County is conducting its annual farm land rent survey. This survey is available to take online at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/8 3SPD8T. Renters and landlords are encouraged to fill out this survey to better help the Extension office answer land rent questions that come in. No personal information is requested. The information request- ed is the number of acres rented, the township farm land is located in, 2010 rental rates, estimated 2011 rental rates, and how well the land it tiled. Deadline to fill out the survey is Friday, October 22nd. Results of the survey will be available on November 1st. These results will be posted online on the county website (http://www.co.sib- ley.nm.us), along with being avail- able at the Extension office. Custom Combining Wide or r narrow ' row  corn /;- and soybeans. Multiple combines, wagons, grain carts, and hauling available. Also offering plowing and ripping of fields. Call Greg Partner 507-359-2237 (evenings) or cell phone 612-868-8777 Call for rates. Messerli Custom Round Baling Will do corn stalk bales with net wrap. Will Travel. Y-Rake rental also available. Call Steve at $07-276-4595 The Winthrop News office will close at 3 p.m. on Thursday, September 30. Byro Grain & Trucking Company is currently looking for a: Full Time Truck Driver/Owner Operator (home weekly) Qualified cadiate will possess Class A CDL Excellent driving record Minimum of 2 years of applicable driving experience For more information Call 507-647-2286 ask for Randy or stop in at 57265 286th St., Winthrop, MN 55396 New, large (10'x15') storage units available in Nicollet. All units are climate controlled and secure. $35.00 per month. 507-766-0983 To place an ad, call 507-647-5357 minnesota Classified Ilduertising network 1; I  II ".i1','1:1 [ M  D1 D] :| ivj  [i. DRIVERS NEEDED: Earn up to $45,000 per year +benefits. Get pre-hired with Roehl, Swift, Werner & others. 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I container at their facility for the [ NO COMMERCIAL or RESIDENTIAL ! entire month of October 2010 i G-ARBAGE, CHEMICALS or BULBS. I SO that Sibley County Farmer s wil ! NO HAZARDOUS WASTE -" have a place to dispose of their Ag I WILL BE ACCEPTED. ! Bags at no charge. Simply bring NO HERBICIDES OR PESTICIDES _" I WILL BE ACCEPTED. I your old Ag Bags to Gibbon and ABUSE OF THIS PILOT PROJECT ; drop them off at no charge to you. WILL RESULT IN TERMINATION OF * .... ,  o THLS " P_ROG_%M.. For more information, contact the Sibley County Environmental Services at 507-237-4091 Tri-County Solid Waste Office at 507-381-9196 Ag Bag Disposal at United Farmers Coop in Gaylord! (It s Free!) Un Fa  in rd (48105   19 W) EnUre I)nth  October 2010!!! ..""-'r; ['dA" ffdYU .... \\; ,/ THIS IS ACoLLECTION FOR  United Farmers Coop has agreed AGRICULTURE AND SEED BAG : to keep a roll-off container at their ! WASTEONLY. I facility for the entire month of i NO COMMERCIALorRESIDENTIAL I October 2010 so that Sibley i GARBAGE, CHEMICALS or BULBS. I County Farmer s will have a place i NO HAZARDOUS WASTE : to dispose of their Ag Bags at no I WILL BE ACCEPTED. ! charge. Simply bring your old Ag _" NO HERBICIDES OR PESTICIDES _" I WILL BE ACCEPTED. ! Bags to Gaylord and drop them off " ABUSE OF THIS PILOT PROJECT i at no charge to you. WILL RESULT IN TERMINATION OF 11 i " ill[tO/0 7_H LS. R.O.... For more information, contact the Sibley County Environmental Services at 507-237-4091 Tri-County Solid Waste Office at 507-381-9196