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The Maple Lake

Volume 120, Number 50 Wednesday, September 9, 2015 Maple Lake, MN 55358 maplelakemessenger.com

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From open house to opening day


Less than a week separated introductions and preparations from the first day of classes 2015

Volleyball: page 8

Cross country: page 8


St. Tims Principal, Dawn Kincs, talked with first grader
Dawn and second grader Noah Elsenpeter at open house.
Two of the 124 students enrolled at St. Timothys School.
Students exit the buses Tuesday morning for their first day of classes.

Football: page 9

Coming up
Class of 1975
Reunion is Sept. 12
Ducks Unlimited
Banquet is Sept. 15
Senior Dining
Grandparents Day is
Sept. 15

Students Elizabeth Jendreau, Clare Donnett and Monica


Madrid helped serve sloppy joes at St. Tims open house.

Youth
Waterfowl Day
is Saturday
Youth ages 15 and younger
can go waterfowl hunting this
Saturday, Sept. 12, on Youth Waterfowl Day, when accompanied
by an adult who isnt hunting that
day.
Youth Waterfowl Day is a
chance for young people to hunt
with an adult whos giving all
their attention to making sure the
youth walks away with a positive
hunting experience, said Mike
Kurre, mentoring program coordinator with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
During Youth Waterfowl Day,
hunters ages 15 and under may
take regular season bag limits
when accompanied by a nonhunting adult (18 or older), and
youth do not need a license or
stamps to participate. The accompanying adult may not hunt and
does not need a license. Ducks,
Canada geese, mergansers, coots
and moorhens may be taken from
a half-hour before sunrise to 4
p.m. Motorized decoy restrictions are in effect. Five geese
may be taken statewide. For more
information on waterfowl hunting, see www.mndnr.gov/hunting/waterfowl.

CSAH 37 closed
for RR work
Sept. 14-17
The Canadian Pacific Railway will be repairing the crossing on CSAH 37 about
one-quarter mile west of the City
of Maple Lake. Work will begin
on Monday, Sept. 14, and is expected to be completed by the
end of the day on Thursday, Sept.
17. The crossing will be closed
to all traffic from 6:30 a.m. on
Sept. 14 until approximately
4:30 p.m. Sept. 17. If you have
any questions regarding this closure, please contact Steve Meyer,
highway maintenance superintendent, at 763-682-7374, or Bill
Cordell, senior traffic technician,
at 763-682-7391.

Cassie LaFave dropped her kids Cole and Callie off for
their first day of fourth and ninth grade.

Above: MLEteacher, Kelly


Seibert, welcomes a student back to school.
Left: Students find and organize their lockers at open
house.
Photos by
Bob Zimmerman

Sportsmens Labor Day Shoot


For over 60 years the Labor
Day Shoot at the at the HastySilver Creek Sportsmens Club
has been an end of summer staple.
Chaired this year by members
Greg Thomes, Jim Nunke and
Michelle Knutsen, the club welcomed over 25 shooters, ranging
in age from 14 to 80+, along with
many family members, friends
and onlookers.
Annie Oakley and Back Your
Buddy were a few of the possible
contests, with prizes awarded at
the end of each round, and, for
the first time ever, Youth Only
rounds were included in the contest line-up, with a drawing entry
for a chance to win a Savage
model 62, .22LR semi-auto with
a scope included with every
youth round.

Kindergartener, Nola Dalum and second grader, Leila


Dalum, posed after they stepped off the bus.

Board continues to be divided


on forensic lab funding
by John Holler
Correspondent

Above: Gary Tintes from Forest City firing at a clay pigeon.


Below: 14-year-old, Tony Steffens, from St. Michael, won
all four of the under 17 division rounds competing against
four other shooters. Trap range committee chairman, Jim
Nunke, said the club promotes youth involvement in a
safe shooting environment and has several certified instructors available.
(Photos by Bob Zimmerman)

A year ago, Wright County


Commissioner Pat Sawatzke affirmed a belief that he has had
for several years that Wright
County is paying far too much
for the services provided by the
Tri-County Forensics Laboratory in Anoka that serves,
Anoka, Wright and Sherburne
counties. At the Sept. 1 meeting
of the county board, it would
appear that more commissioners are leaning in Sawatzkes
direction.
The Tri-County Lab has
been in operation since 2008
and recently received DNA accreditation. Following a meeting with the Minnesota Bureau
of Apprehension, which provides counties with evidence
examination for free, and the
Tri-County lab, Sawatzke asked
that the board again consider
pulling out of the collaborative.
He said Wright County pays 23
percent of the cost for the facility a figure determined solely
by population. During that time,
the usage from Wright County
has been between 4 and 15 percent, far less than the percentage of funding the county
provides.
Its a fact that Wright
County has been paying far
more than its share for the
crime lab since it was created,
Sawatzke said. In fact, statistics indicate Im shown them
to you and nobody has ever rebutted them as not being accurate that weve paid anywhere
from 600 percent to 50 percent

more every single time period


than our share of usage of the
facility. I think right now, we
pay about $367,000 (a year) to
the facility. When youre talking about $367,000 a year,
youre talking real money.
Sawatzke said that he
thought the county could use
the Tri-County Lab for casespecific incidences, but he was
told recently that the TriCounty Lab wouldnt allow
Wright County to go back to the
BCA and have some work done
piecemeal for a fee, although he
had been assured since 2007
that such work would be accepted.
We got into this as a threecounty partnership and I think
were paying more than our fair
share I know were paying
more than our fair share thats
not debatable, Sawatzke said.
I dont criticize the work of the
crime lab. I never have. Our law
enforcement and county attorneys office have always said it
has done well. Ive never criticized the work theyve done.
I think this board recognizes that were paying more
than our fair share. I know
theyre in a challenging position because theyve got their
sheriff that wants to stay with
this organization and they feel
the pressure of their peers from
other counties, but I think if we
take action to require that we
change the funding formula or
we will leave, cooler heads will
prevail on the other sides.

County Board
continued on page 3

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Maple Lake Messenger Page 2


September 9, 2015

Brutes
Bleat
by Harold Brutlag
With the Labor Day weekend behind us, its time to think seriously about getting organized for fall activities. For me that means
giving Vanna a fall hairdo to keep pulling cockleburs to a minimum.
Her flowing tail is a built-in trait for English Setters, and while its
attractive, it seems like it is a magnet for attracting burs, and twopronged stickers (preachers lice), thistles and most any kind of
weed that likes to imbed itself and make a tangled mess of her tail.
Sometimes getting the cockleburs out, either from hunting or a walk
in the park, doesnt get done right away. When that happens she
takes matters into her own hands (more likely her mouth) and pulls
them out with her teeth. Shes not too fussy about where she spits
them out and about this time of the year the seeds have sprouted
from last fall and they have begun to grow in the lawn. I havent
gotten out to the Silver Creek Sportmans Park Tuesday evening
trap shoot, but thats another one of my get ready things I need
to do. My hunting companions, after witnessing my terrible marksmanship last year, are probably thinking the sooner the better! Some
people call it getting re-acquainted with your shotgun. Participating
in the annual dove hunt might be a fun way to sharpen the shooting
eye, and with some cool weather ahead of us, its a definite possibility. Checking out the hunting clothes is also on my list. Mostly
to see if they have shrunk over the off-season! Thats not likely to
be the problem, more likely its the fresh corn on the cob and other
fall garden produce. As my barber, now deceased, used to say, Im
not putting on weight, Im building up my strength. While those
things and planning hunts is going to take some time, its also necessary to remember fall fishing is something Id like to do more of
this year. A trip to Maple Lake and Cedar Lake were not productive
last week and Im at a loss for a good answer. One angler told me
to fish about a foot deep in 4-5 feet of water in the evenings for sunfish. .
.

Ask a
Trooper
by Sgt. Neil Dickenson
With school starting this article will be entirely focused on the
safety of the most precious cargo
in the world our children. Traffic safety is a two-way street and
everyone has an investment.
School Bus Safety Tips for
Motorists:
Motorists must stop at least
20 feet from a school bus that is
displaying red flashing lights
and/or its stop arm is extended
when approaching from the rear
and from the opposite direction

on undivided roads.
Red flashing lights on buses
indicate students are either entering or exiting the bus.
Motorists are not required to
stop for a bus if the bus is on the
opposite side of a separated roadway (median, etc.) but they
should remain alert for children.
Altering a route or schedule
to avoid a bus is one way motorists can help improve safety. In
doing so, motorists wont find
themselves behind a bus, and as

*
*
*
I watched Howard Lake defeat Waconia 2-1 Sunday behind the
strong arm of Shan Khan who pitched six scoreless innings. Manager Mike Gagnon called on Chris Hardie to finish. Waconia was
held to two hits, the Orphans had nine. A day prior to that game
Laker draftee Mitch Wurm started his second game in the tournament and cruised to a 9-4 win over New Ulm, pitching 8 1/3 innings. He had six strikeouts and allowed three earned runs. A double
play, short to second to first, ended the ball game which was highlighted by some great defensive efforts from the Orphans. Their
short-stop, Dan Wackler, is one of the best. Wurm shut out the
Brewers for four innings and held them to nine hits.
Sundays amateur baseball game between Plato and Nisswa was
rain delayed until 11 a.m. Monday with Plato winning 3-2. Howard
Lake was defeated by Green Isle 13-7 in their rain-postponed, semifinal game Monday when the roof caved in on them after leading
7-4 in the eighth inning. Pitching was crucial at this stage of the
tournament and a seven-run Green Isle rally in the ninth spelled
doom. Mitch Wurm, relieving starter Adam Koch, pitched four innings, and gave up three runs on four hits. He had one strikeout.
Green Isle continued their rally against Orphans stopper, Chris
Hardie, and Cokato draftee, Vinnie Pokornowski, adding six more
runs. Ironically, Green Isle had five errors, but their 15 hits erased
the miscues.
All in all it was a great tournament for the Orphans and draftee
Mitch Wurm who pitched their first two wins, 4-1 over Lastrup and
9-4 over New Ulm.
This years finalists, Plato and Green Isle, both came out of Region 7 where they finished first and second, respectively. In previous games Green Isle held a one-game edge 3-2, but an outstanding
pitching effort by Winsted draftee, Tony Kley, who struck out seven
and gave up three runs on three hits, made the difference and led to
a 14-6 win. He was named the tournament MVP. Plato pounded out
19 hits and had one error. Green Isles four -un lead, 6-2 after two,
diminished when Plato added six in the fifth, 10-6, and two more
in the seventh and another in the ninth.
The Watkins community can be proud of the efforts by the volunteers who did a great job of handling all the details that helped
keep the tournament operating smoothly, especially through the inclement weather.

a result, potentially putting children at risk.


Watch for school crossing
patrols and pedestrians. Reduce
speeds in and around school
zones.
Watch and stop for pedestrians the law applies to all street
corners, for both marked and unmarked crosswalks (all street corners) every corner is a
crosswalk.
School Bus Safety Tips for
Children:
Parents should discuss and
demonstrate pedestrian safety
with their children and reinforce
safe crossing after exiting a bus:
When getting off a bus, look
to be sure no cars are passing on
the shoulder (side of the road).
Before crossing the street,

take five giant steps out from


the front of the bus, or until the
drivers face can be seen.
Wait for the driver to signal
that its safe to cross.
Look left-right-left when
coming to the edge of the bus to
make sure traffic is stopped.
Keep watching traffic when
crossing.
A portion of state statutes was
used with permission from the
Office of the Revisor of Statutes.
If you have any questions concerning traffic related laws or issues in Minnesota, send your
questions to Sgt. Neil Dickenson
Minnesota State Patrol at 1131
Mesaba Ave, Duluth, MN 55811.
(You can follow me on Twitter
@MSPPIO_NE or reach me at
neil.dickenson@state.mn.us).

Sept. 8 Maple Lake


Fire Department report
Maple Lakes Volunteer Fire
Department and Ambulance
Service responded to the following emergencies during the past
week:
Sept. 3, 10:06 p.m.: Medical.
Patient transported by Maple
Lake Ambulance to the St.
Cloud Hospital.
Sept. 3, 6:54 p.m.: Medical.
Patient transported by Maple
Lake Ambulance to the Buffalo
Hospital ER.

Sept. 2, 7:30 a.m.: Medical.


No ambulance transportation.
Maple Lakes Volunteer Fire
Department responded with 12
fire-fighters to an anhydrous
leak at the CENEX facility on
Hwy. 55, Maple Lake, on Sept.
5 at 10:13 a.m.
A faulty valve on a pony tank
that was being filled was the
problem. The valve on the main
tank was shut off.

Annandale resident
hits $630,864 jackpot
Cheryl Smith of Annandale
won the $630,864 Gopher 5
jackpot on Sept. 2.
Smiths quick-pick ticket
that she purchased at Clearwater Travel Plaza (950 State
Highway 24, Clearwater)
matched all five winning numbers drawn (7-16-20-25-44) to
win the jackpot.
Proceeds from the Min-

nesota State Lottery benefit all


Minnesotans. Since 1990, the
Lottery has raised more than
$2.4 billion for state programs.
The General Fund has received
over $1.4 billion to help fund
necessary functions such as education, public safety and health
and human services. More than
$1 billion has funded important
environmental programs.

Read & Redeem


Wright County seeks auctioneer for county auction grand prize winners
Same day copies available!

Wright County is seeking drug task force seizures. Items


auctioneer services for their will primarily be county vehicounty auction which will be cles, sheriff-seized vehicles and
held on Saturday, October 17, other seized or abandoned
2015. The auction will be held items, office and computer
at the Sheriffs Support Facility equipment, and other miscella/Impound Lot, located at 3810 neous items. A more complete
Braddock
NE, Messenger
Buffalo, listing
of all items will be proCALL the Avenue
Maple Lake
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The auction consists of three
The auctioneer will be resources of items, county sponsible for the auction bill; all
wwned, sheriff seizures, and advertisement; at a minimum

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All auctioneers interested in


offering their services shall provide the county with an itemized listing of the items/
services that they will provide;
proof of insurance; a list of at
least three references, with a
preference
for
government/business type auctions; and the fee for these services.
Questions concerning this request for services can be directed to Sue Vergin at 763
682-7362
or
susan.vergin@co.wright.mn.us.
Please submit your proposal
for this service no later than
4:00 p.m. on September 16,
2015, to Sue Vergin, assistant
county coordinator, 10 2nd
Street NE, Room 235, Buffalo,
MN 55313, or email to
susan.vergin@co.wright.mn.us.

The Read and Redeem grand


prize winners of $5 in Maple
Lake Chamber of Commerce
Business Bucks are...
Ages 8 & Younger: Carter
Ertel, Danica Hageman, Hazel
Jacobson, Landon Marsicek,
Larson Melgaard, Ben Ogram,
Rachel Rasset, and George
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Reviere.
Read and Redeem is a summer reading incentive program
through the Maple Lake Library.

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handicap
accessible
portable restroom; a food truck
is highly recommended but optional; also please identify if
you have tent(s) available,
please identify quantity, size
and any costs associated with
their use.
The auctioneer shall be on
site by 9:00 a.m., with the auction commencing at 10:00 a.m.
Proceeds from the auction will
need to be distributed back to
the county in three checks based
on the sources of those items
(county, sheriff, and drug task
force). Prior to advertising and
release of the auction bill, the
county will proof the bill to verify its content. The county also
will require that the auctioneer
visit the site prior to the auction
in order to familiarize themselves with the site for set-up.

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September 9, 2015

Sept. 8 Wright County


Sheriffs report
On August 30, Dale Robert
Everhart, 51, of Buffalo, was arrested in Buffalo on the charge
of disorderly conduct.
On August 31, Juan Carlos
Garcia Morales, 34, of Monticello, was arrested in Monticello Township on the charge of
1st degree burglary.
On August 31, Zachary
James Kalway, 23, of Monticello, was arrested in Monticello Township on the charge of
1st degree burglary.
On September 1, Damon
John Rohde, 25, of Cokato, was
arrested Buffalo on the charge
of 3rd degree sale of a controlled substance.
On September 1, Chelsie
Marie Schwartz, 28, of Howard
Lake, was arrested in Buffalo on
the charge of 5th degree possession of a controlled substance.
On September 1, Joseph
Donald Smith, 48, of Cokato,
was arrested in Cokato on a
Wright County warrant for domestic assault.
On September 2, Anthony
Paul Peterson, 27, of Buffalo,
was arrested in Buffalo on a
Wright County warrant for financial transaction card fraud
violation.
On September 2, Wyatt
James Moeller, 19, of Buffalo,
was arrested in Monticello on a
Wright County warrant for 5th
degree possession of a controlled substance.
On September 3, Jason Horton Chea, 18, of St. Michael,
was arrested on the charge of 1st
degree aggravated robbery.
On September 3, Taylor Jo
Ann Mason, 20, of Clearwater,
was arrested in Sherburne
County on a Wright County
warrant for liquor consumption
by person under 21.
On September 3, Kelsey
Lynn Puncochar, 25, of Monticello, was arrested in Howard
Lake on the charge of 3rd degree DWI.
On September 4, Robert
Joseph Smith, 37, of Buffalo,
was arrested in Buffalo on a
Wilkin County warrant for theft.
On September 4, Angela
Jean Brightbill, 19, of Howard
Lake, was arrested in Howard
Lake on the charge of 3rd degree DWI.
On September 4, Amanda
Lynn Zenner, 29, of Buffalo,
was arrested in Buffalo on the
charge of 3rd degree DWI.
On September 4, Melecio
Shawn Rolfzen, 41, of Montrose, was arrested in Montrose
on a Ramsey County warrant for

driving after cancellation inimical to public safety.


On September 4, Brittney
Nicole Meihofer, 26, of Rockford, was arrested in Rockford
on a Wright County warrant for
drug violations.
On September 5, Andrew
Graham Scott, 23, of Annandale, was arrested in Buffalo on
the charge of 5th degree possession of a controlled substance.
On September 5, Allen Paul
Vergin, 39, of Rockford, was arrested in St. Michael on the
charge of disorderly conduct.
On September 5, Nicholas
Bryan Ordorff, 32, of Buffalo,
was arrested in Buffalo on a
Sherburne County apprehension
and detention order for 1st degree DWI violations.
On September 5, Shawn Edward Glover, 38, of Rockford,
was arrested in Rockford on a
Wright County warrant for drug
violations.
On September 5, Darren
Logan, 49, of Plymouth, was arrested in Buffalo on the charge
of 5th degree possession of a
controlled substance.
On September 6, Travis John
Wrobleski, 32, no permanent
address, was arrested in Monticello on the chare of violation of
a domestic abuse no contact
order and a Big Stone County
warrant for domestic assault.
On September 6, Jacob Lee
Legro, 24, of Monticello, was
arrested in Monticello on an
Anoka County warrant for receiving stolen property.
On September 6, Rebecca
Boni Holmquist, 35, of Howard
Lake, was arrested in Howard
Lake on a Wright County apprehension and detention order for
3rd degree DWI violations.
On September 6, Jacob
Matthew Willmert, 19, of Buffalo, was arrested in Buffalo on
the charge of fleeing law enforcement.
On September 8, Jake Randall Forpahl, 22, of Buffalo, was
arrested in Buffalo on a Wright
County warrant for 3rd degree
burglary and a Mille Lacs
County warrant for 3rd degree
criminal sexual conduct.
There were 19 property damage accidents, 4 personal injury
accidents, 7 hit and run accidents and 7 car-deer accidents.
There were 3 arrests for
DWI, 2 underage consumption
arrests, no school bus stop arm
violations and 56 tickets for
miscellaneous traffic violations
reported this week.

Aug. 31 Wright County


Attorneys report
Kotzer, Amy Jo, age 20, of
Clearwater,
sentenced
on
08/31/15 for Misdemeanor Purchasing Alcohol for a Minor to
90 days jail, $100 fine; 90 days
stayed for one year on conditions
of probation, pay $100 fine plus
surcharges, serve 3 days sentenced to service, have no same
or similar violations. Sentenced
by Judge Strand.
LePage, Jacob Stephen, age
34, of Maple Lake, sentenced on
09/01/15 for Probation Violations for Felony Burglary in the
Second Degree to 120 days jail.
Sentenced for Probation Violations for Felony Terroristic
Threats to 120 days jail, concurrent. Sentenced by Judge Tenney.
Lindquist, Kyle Evan, age 29,
of Buffalo, sentenced on
08/31/15 for Probation Violations for Felony Controlled Substance Crime in the Fifth Degree
to one year and one day prison.
Sentenced by Judge Tenney.
Meyers, Douglas Joseph, age
30, of Buffalo, sentenced on
08/31/15 for Felony Criminal
Damage to Property in the First
Degree to a stay of imposition
for five years on conditions of
probation, serve 30 days jail, pay
restitution, provide DNA sample,
have no use or possession of
firearms or dangerous weapons,
undergo a chemical dependency
assessment and follow all recommendations, have no use or

possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, undergo an anger


management assessment and follow all recommendations, have
no same or similar violations.
Sentenced by Judge Tenney.
Miller, Jesse Mark, age 34, of
Buffalo, sentenced on 09/02/15
for Probation Violations for
Felony Stalking to 18 months
prison. Sentenced for Probation
Violations for Criminal Sexual
Conduct in the Fourth Degree to
one year and one day prison,
concurrent. Sentenced for Probation Violations for Felony Possession of a Pistol to 55 days jail,
concurrent. Sentenced by Judge
Tenney.
Ngandall, Dabet Ndumange,
age 66, of Buffalo, sentenced on
09/01/15 for Gross Misdemeanor Third Degree DWI to
365 days jail, $200 fine; 355
days stayed for two years on
conditions of probation, serve 10
days jail, pay $200 fine plus surcharges, complete a Level II
driving program, attend Awareness Panel for Impaired Drivers,
have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs,
submit to random testing, serve
20 days on electronic home
monitoring, have no same or
similar violations. Sentenced by
Judge McPherson.

Sentencings
continued on page 11

County Board
continued from page 1
Commissioner
Christine
Husom, who represents the
board on the Tri-County lab executive board given her years
working in the Wright County
Sheriffs Department, said the
lab has been a service to the
county despite its cost and, with
recent DNA certification, the
speed with which criminals can
be identified taken off the
streets.
However,
Commissioner
Charlie Borrell countered that
until the forensics lab starts to
take in outside work to bring in
revenue and lower the costs to
the three member counties, the
same funding disparity will continue and it is a bad business
practice.
If theyre not ever going to
do piecemeal call it whatever
you want, taking outside work
from other counties then this
will never be a viable organization, Borrell said. It will never
be anything but just you paying
for the three counties. If theres
a way to make money by taking
a case in, why wouldnt they do
that?
Commissioner Mark Daleiden added that he is torn in the
matter because getting DNA evidence back quicker is always a
goal that is difficult to put a
price on, but, from a realistic
perspective, Wright County is
getting the bad end of the deal.
I am disappointed with our
cohort commissioners from the
other counties, because they

were talking about partnerships


where you work together and
they didnt seem to be interested
in working with us trying to
make things a little bit more
even, Daleiden said. From the
business aspect, looking at the
numbers that we pay from what
we benefit from it, it doesnt
make any sense.
But, from the personal side of
things as a Wright County resident, Daleiden said he struggles
with the fact that getting DNA
evidence back quicker could get
recidivist criminals off the street
quicker the sooner they are identified.
If you are the victim of a
crime, (funding) is the least
thing on their minds, Daleiden
said. I want this person off the
street. They hurt me. They did
whatever the case may be. I
cant put a number to that.
Board Chair Mike Potter said
that he would support staying
with Tri-County for the remainder of the current contract because to leave now would set a
bad precedent.
With all due respect to
Commissioner Sawatzke, he is
about the biggest fiscal hawk
you are ever going to find if
there is a penny to be found, he
will find it, Potter said. Even
though I am a little frustrated
how this is going, I, for one, intend on honoring our (contract)
through 2018. But, at the time of
2018, that attitudes off the
table. Then we need to seriously

address this. If we dont honor


something we signed into in a
contract with us, were going to
have a hard time getting any
kind of agreement with anybody
else in the future.
In the end, Daleiden asked
that the matter be laid over until
the Oct. 6 meeting so the commissioners can get the minutes
of the last Tri-County Lab executive board and to confirm some
of the numbers that were thrown
out during the discussion.
In other items on the Sept. 1
agenda, the board:
* Approved a cost share with
participating school districts to
pay 50 percent of the existing
cost of rental space at the county
courthouse utilized for the
wRight Choice program, which
is currently $26,744 a year. The
other 50 percent will be funded
out of the court services department budget.
* By a 4-0 vote, approved the
sale of $10 million in capital improvement bonds for the Public
Works Building project. The
sale will take place at 1 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 6, and will be 20year bonds. Commissioner Borrell abstained from the vote,
because he feels the county
should fund at least a portion of
the project from current reserve
funds. A second bond issue for
the remaining $7 million will go
on sale in early January. By
splitting up the $17 million for
the project, the county can get
bank-qualified bids, which typi-

cally result in lower interest


rates with more competition for
the bids.
* Referred to the personnel
committee discussion on the impact on staffing due to the return
from military service for an employee in the sheriffs department. His return coincides with
another deputy who is currently
out on an extended medical
leave.
* Authorized signatures on a
law enforcement contract with
the City of Delano for 2016-17.
The contract calls for 16 hours
of deputy patrol service per day.
* Approved the amended bylaws for the Lake Pulaski Lake
Improvement District. The
county attorneys office reviewed the amendments to the
LID bylaws and signed off on
the changes.
* Accepted the 2014 highway
department annual report.
* Approved the recommendation from the planning commission to rezone 40.6 acres in
Silver Creek Township from
general agriculture to ag/residential.
* Adopted a resolution establishing an absentee ballot board.
Every election cycle, the board
establishing a board for residents who will be out of state on
election day or serving in the
military in the U.S. and overseas. The board is comprised of
staff members from the Auditor/Treasurers Department.

Rivers takes home Spirit Award at MGA Best Bagger contest


MLHS 2015 grad, Ian Rivers,
has worked at the Coborns store
in Buffalo for just over a year
and earlier this summer beat almost four dozen other employees
to become the stores Best Bagger in preliminary rounds of the
statewide competition held by
the Minnesota Grocers Association, (MGA), at the Mall of
America in Bloomington.
They (the MGA) gave us a
list of the things that wed have
to bag at the competition, said
Rivers. I practiced a little bit for
the competition at our store, and
I think I got a 19.7 out of 29.
That got me to the state competition at the mall.
Opposite of many others,
Rivers wasnt nervous at the
state level competition. It was a
little nerve wracking at first,
said Rivers, but once I got up on
the stage all the nerves went
away. But they were fast, really
fast, much faster than any one at
my first competition.
Although Rivers didnt walk
away as one of the top three

Ian Rivers, front row, second from right, captured the Spirit Award at The Minnesota Grocers Association Best Bagger contest held at the Mall of America. (Photo submitted)
fastest baggers as he hoped, he
did, with some help, take home
the Spirit Award. The Spirit
Award was for the contestant that
had the loudest people cheering.
I had almost my whole family

there, a couple buddies and about


20 people came down from
Coborns on a bus. They were really loud, they were really greatthank you to them all for coming
down to cheer for me. Rivers,

a new freshman at Bemidji State


University, majoring in physical
education, plans to return to
work at Coborns during his
Thanksgiving and Christmas
breaks.

Pribyl to serve as member of Star Banks Board of Directors


Star Bank (Maple Lake, MN)
is pleased to announce that
Angie Pribyl, Vice President of
Financial Services and Chief Financial Officer at Wright-Hennepin Cooperative Electric
Association (WH), has been
elected to serve as a member of
Star Banks Board of Directors.
Located in Rockford, MN,
Wright-Hennepin Cooperative
Electric Association is a distribution electric cooperative that
serves approximately 40,000
members in the Wright and
western Hennepin County areas.

Pribyl has been employed at


WH since she earned her Associates Degree in Accounting in
1980. She has completed the
NRECA Management Internship Program amongst other
business education courses.
Harry
Wahlquist,
President/CEO of Star Bank,
states, Angie is an outstanding
member of the business community and an engaged resident
of Maple Lake. We are thrilled
that Angie has joined our Board
of Directors which helps to govern our guiding policies and

helps to set our strategic objectives.


Pribyl lives in Maple Lake,
MN with husband Ted. She has
two married daughters and three
grandchildren with another
grandchild on the way. In her
spare time, she enjoys motorcycling, boating, snowmobiling,
and scrapbooking. Pribyl is very
active in the Maple Lake community as a Trustee of The
Church of St. Timothy, and as a
member of several other community organizations in addition
to her Star Bank Board position.

Minnesotas apple orchards open for picking


Minnesota apple growers are
already reporting orchards full of
big, high quality apples. Many
early varieties are available
across the state, with more varieties close behind. Ralph Yates,
Secretary of the Minnesota
Apple Growers Association, said
the 2015 crop will be excellent
for growers and consumers, due
to the consistent growing season,
This year we are back to normal harvest dates. Retail stands
opening around Labor Day will
have a good supply of high quality fruits.
Minnesota is known for flavorful apple varieties specifically

bred to thrive in our climate. This


includes University of Minnesota cultivars: Zestar, Honeycrisp, SweeTango, Haralson, and
Sweet Sixteen. Minnesota bred
apple varieties taste the best
when grown right here in their
home state, said Yates. The apples have world-class flavor if
you can hold out for the locally
grown, in-season varieties. Enjoy
those early season apples like
Paula Red, SweeTango and
Wealthy now, and look for favorites like Honeycrisp after
Labor Day.
Because there are so many
delicious apple varieties to

choose from, and seasonality depends on weather, be sure to call


your orchard to determine what
is ripe and ready for picking. A
trip to an apple orchard is a fun
activity for families and its important to choose an orchard that
meets your needs.
Minnesota Grown Spokeswoman, Jessica Miles said,
Apple orchards provide many
ways to engage families and
children of all ages. It is a fun
outing, and a wonderful way to
introduce kids to how delicious
fresh picked produce can taste!
Many apple orchards also offer
fresh apple cider, pumpkins, fall

raspberries and fun fall activities


like hay rides, crop mazes, and
petting zoos. Not all orchards
will offer pick-your-own apples;
please call ahead and check with
the grower.
The Minnesota Department
of Agricultures Minnesota
Grown Directory is a free
statewide guide to more than 100
apple orchards. The directory
also includes a comprehensive
list of fall raspberry patches, corn
mazes, wineries and more. You
can search the directory online at
www.minnesotagrown.com or
order your FREE printed copy
by calling 1-888-TOURISM.

Community

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September 9, 2015

Meetings
group, 8 a.m., St. Timothy's
Church basement.
Sept. 14: Al-Anon and
Men's 12 Step Group, 7:30
p.m., Buffalo Evangelical Free
Church, 2051 50th St. NE,
County Rds. 25 & 113.
Sept. 15: Maple Lake City
Council, 7 p.m., city hall.
Sept. 15: Annandale Lakers
AA & Al-Anon, 8 p.m., United
Methodist Church of Annandale, 250 Oak Ave. N.; 320-2743380.
Sept. 15: Celebrate Recovery (non-denominational Christian-based recovery program), 7
p.m., Monticello Covenant
Church; 763-295-2112.
Sept. 15: Gamblers Anonymous & AA, 7:30 p.m., Buffalo
Evangelical Free Church, 2051
50th St. NE, County Rds. 25 &
113.

And thats the


way it was . . .

Upcoming Red Cross blood drives


Donors of all types are encouraged to help save lives by giving
blood. Appointments can be made by calling 1-800-RED-CROSS
or visiting redcrossblood.org. Upcoming blood donation opportunities in Wright County: Sept. 9:1-7 p.m., St. Francis Xavier
Catholic Church, 300 1st Ave. NW, Buffalo; Sept. 15: 1-7 p.m.,
Orchard Christian Church, 800 Fifth Ave., Howard Lake.

September 9th Puzzle

Sept. 10: Maple Lake


Lions, 7 p.m., American Legion
Club.
Sept. 10: Sons of American
Legion, 8 p.m., American Legion Club, Maple Lake.
Sept. 10: AA & Al-Anon,
7:30 p.m., Buffalo Evangelical
Free Church, 2051 50th St. NE,
County Rds. 25 & 113.
Sept. 12: AA, 7:30 p.m.,
Buffalo Evangelical Free
Church, 2051 50th St. NE,
County Rds. 25 & 113.
Sept.
13:
Chatham
Climbers 4-H Club, 6 p.m.,
Chatham Township Hall, 1695
Eldridge Ave. NW, Maple Lake.
New members always welcome.
Pribyl's, 320-963-3812.
Sept. 14: Maple Lake
School Board, 7 p.m., board
room.
Sept. 14: S.A.M. quilting

Programs & Events

Christian Womens Club Auction & Brunch

Heres How It Works:


Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down into
nine 3x3 boxes. To solve a sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must
fill each row, column and box. Each number can appear only once
in each row, column, and box. You can figure out the order in
which the numbers will appear by using the numeric clues already
provided in the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier
it gets to solve the puzzle!
Answers on Page 11

WOW
Wellness on Wheels

Wright County Sheriff Gary


Miller prepared for retirement
after the November elections
The police worked the anniversary of Ted Foss laws, which
is the unlawful passing of emergency vehicles closer than a lane
Eight new staff members
joined the Maple Lake High
School. ...And thats the way it
was five years ago this week.
MnDOT issued a warning to
putting campaign signs in illegal
places that block or impede traffic laws The Boy Scouts got
a chance to fly model airplanes
The Maple Lake Irish topped
the Trojans in a 26 to 14 point
win. ...And thats the way it was
fifteen years ago this week.

Everybody was invited to star


gaze at Lake Maria State Park
a broken NSP power line left
most of the city without power
for a long time A switch box
for the railroad was criminally
vandalized and damaged. ...And
thats the way it was twenty five
years ago this week.
According to the DNR the
pheasant population was below
fifty percent from last year and
seventy percent from the whole
decade Ed Haggerty passed
away at age 74 The Villager
Beauty Salon had a grand opening. ...And thats the way it was
fifty years ago this week.

55+ Driver Improvement Program


The Minnesota Highway
Safety Center will be offering
55+ Driver Improvement Program courses on the following
days:
September 16th (4Hr. Refresher Course) 2 to 6 p.m.,
Keller Lake Commons, 655
Norwood Ln., Big Lake
The driver improvement
course is open to the public; preregistration is required. A MN
Highway Safety & Research
Center certified instructor
teaches this class. By utilizing
the most up-to-date research in
the field, participants will be
provided the latest information
in regards to driver safety, new

laws, and vehicle technology.


The fee for the four-hour refresher course is $20 and the
eight-hour course is $24. For
more information or to register,
visit www.mnsafetycenter.org
or call TOLL FREE 1-(888)234-1294.
Persons age 55 and older
who complete the course qualify for a 10% discount on their
auto insurance premiums for
three years, according to Minnesota law. First-time participants must complete the initial
eight hours of training and a
four-hour refresher class every
three years to maintain the 10%
discount.

60+ and Healthy Clinics


The 60+ and Healthy Clinics,
provided by Wright County
Public Health, provides foot
care for the senior citizens of
Wright County. Toenail trimming is offered to meet the
needs of those seniors who have
a health condition such as diabetes or are unable to trim toenails themselves.
The 60+ and Healthy Clinics
will be charging a $15 fee for
foot care services. This fee is
necessary because the clinics are
no longer being funded by grant
money. However, if you are un-

Maple Lake

able to pay the fee, you will not


be turned away. The clinics are
hosted from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
If you have any questions,
please ask clinic staff or call WC
Public Health at 1-800-3623667 or 763-682-7456. Upcoming dates:
Tuesday, September 15:
Annandale Senior Center, City
Hall, 30 Cedar St. East
Tuesday, September 22: St.
Michael Ridge Apartments
Comm. Room, 698 Ridge Dr.
For the full schedule, visit:
www.co.wright.mn.us

5th Season - Free Admission!


Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday*

7AM - 2PM

Open: April 12 - October 25


110 Birch Avenue South Maple Lake
(Maple Lake Museum grassy area/parking lot/sidewalk)

$10 Day of set-up at 7AM (Some free tables available)


Fundraiser to help support the Maple Lake Museum!
* New Day! Monticello Market is now closed.

Contact John Haack at 612-819-4225

Wright County Public


Health offers cholesterol testing
in the Wellness on Wheels van.
The WOW Van schedule is
available
at
www.co.wright.mn.us
and
www.facebook.com/WrightCtyPublicHealth or by calling
our new phone number, 763682-7516 (toll-free 1-800-3623667 ext 7516). Please use this
number for more information or
to make an appointment.
Wellness on Wheels Services include: Adult and Child
Immunizations; Health Screening: Blood Pressure, Diabetes,
Cholesterol (by appointment),
Pregnancy, Health and Wellness; Child Car Seat Check (by
appointment);
Information
about: Healthy Lifestyle - Exercise, Nutrition, Recommendations for Routine Medical Care,
Safety - Individual, Home, Car
Seat, Pregnancy, Childbirth,
Parenting,
Child
Health,
Growth & Development, Reproductive Health & Family

Planning, Infectious Diseases,


Chronic Illness, Unhealthy
Lifestyle Behaviors, such as
Smoking, Drug and Alcohol
Abuse, Unsafe Sex; Information and Assistance in Accessing Resources.
For immunizations, bring
past immunization records to
the van, if available. * Van
hours Monday through Thursday are from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
and on Saturday from 9 a.m. to
1 p.m.
Upcoming dates:
Thursday, Septembr 17:
Marketplace, Cokato
Tuesday, September 22:
Marketplace, Annandale
The complete WOW van
schedule is available online at:
http://www.co.wright.mn.us/department/humanservices/wow
Wright County Public
Health offers cholesterol testing
in the Wellness on Wheels
(WOW) Van. The entire test
takes about 30 minutes. We
have two different test options.
A 12 hour fast is required for a
lipid profile including blood
sugar screening. The cost is
$35. A non-fasting test is also
available. This test gives your
total cholesterol and HDL. The
cost is $25.

Senior Dining Menu Sept. 14-18


Offering a nutritious meal in
a warm, caring atmosphere with
friendship and fun. Everyone
welcome. The Senior Dining
Center is located at Maple
Manor West, 555 2nd St. W. For
more information, call 320-9635771.
MONDAY, Sept. 14
Chicken Wild-Rice Casserole, Candied Sweet Potatoes,
Zucchini Sticks w/Ranch Dip,
Wheat Dinner Roll, Sliced Pears
TUESDAY, Sept. 15
Grandparent's Day--Apple
Braised Pork Chop, Whipped

Potatoes w/Gravy, CaliforniaBlend Vegetables, Wheat Dinner Roll, Blueberry Crumb Cake
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 16
Chef's Salad: Lettuce, Meat,
Cheese & Vegetables, Breadstick, Mandarin Oranges
THURSDAY, Sept. 17
Western Chili, Italian Lettuce
Salad, Honey-Glazed Corn
Bread, Peach Crisp
FRIDAY, Sept. 18
Salmon Loaf, Baked Potato,
Peas in Cream Sauce, Wheat
Dinner Roll, Sweetened Strawberries

Cadet Berg completes CTLT


Colin J. Berg, an Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps
(ROTC) cadet at St. John's University, Collegeville, Minn., has
completed a Cadet Troop
Leader Training (CTLT) assignment at Fort Bliss, Texas.
CTLT allows Army ROTC
cadets to experience leadership
in Army units throughout the
Continental United States as

well as overseas, where they


serve in lieutenant-level positions for three or four weeks.
The cadets work with and under
assigned unit mentors in situations where their potential as
platoon leaders can be evaluated.
Berg is the son of Stephen
and Barbara Berg of Maple
Lake, Minn.

Ten benefits of bowling


with your co-workers
Workplace benefits: Boosts
morale, relieve stress strengthening, meet new people, build
camaraderie, improved health.
Health benefits: A sport for all
ages, builds muscle, weight
loss, reduced risk of disease, improves social life.
League openings at Maple

Lake Bowl beginning Tuesday,


Sept. 9, are: Sunday afternoon,
e/o week, mixed three-person;
Tuesday, men's five person;
Wednesday, women's five person; Friday, e/o week, mixed
four person; Saturday, e/o week,
mixed four person.
League sponsorship is free.

"Going Once, Going Twice...Sold!" Oh yes, that's the familiar


sound of an auction. It's also the theme for the yearly Christian
Women's Club silent and live auction and brunch held Sept. 10, at
St. John's Lutheran Church in Annandale. You can bring your donations at 8:30 a.m., bidding will start at 9:00 and the brunch and
program will begin at 9:30 a.m. Your donations of crafts, baked
&and canned goods, plants, and the like are greatly appreciated.
The morning will be rounded off with speaker Ann Henzlik of
Chisago City talking on the theme "Who Am I?" Please make
reservations by calling Eleanor at 320-274-5460, Dawn at 612723-3905 or email at lilred.schramm@gmail.com.

Class of 1975 40th reunion is Sept. 12


The Maple Lake Class of 1975 will be gathering to celebrate
their 40th class reunion on Sept. 12, starting at 5:30 p.m. at Madigans Bar and Grill in Maple Lake. People can order food and
drink on their own from the menu if they wish.

The Fungus Among Us at Ney Park


The Wright County Parks Department is hosting The Fungus
Among Us: An Introduction to Mushrooms at Robert Ney Memorial Park Reserve on Saturday, September 12, from 9-10:30
a.m. This workshop will be taught by Wright County Parks Commissioner Dr. Martyn J. Dibben.
Dr. Dibben will cover identification, ecology, and biology of
woodland fungi in central Minnesota. In this workshop you will
examine fresh mushrooms from the field and learn how to differentiate between tasty edibles and deadly poisonous fungi. Find out
where and how to locate wild fungi and how to properly collect
and preserve mushrooms.
This workshop is free of charge and space is limited so register
today by contacting the Wright County Parks Department by
phone at 763-682-7693 or 763-682-7894 or by email at marc.mattice@co.wright.mn.us.

Local Ducks Unlimited celebrates 10 years


The local chapter of the national organization Ducks Unlimited,
Heart of the Lakes, will celebrate 10 years in the Maple Lake area
at its annual banquet at the Maple Lake Legion Club on Sept. 15.
Since 1937, DU has conserved more than 13 million acres of
waterfowl habitat across North America. Most recently the local
chapter of DU has placed a great emphasis on area youth with its
Greenwing events. By joining DU, junior members participate in
the conservation, restoration and management of wetlands and associated habitats for North America's waterfowl. These habitats
also benefit other wildlife and people.
For more information about the upcoming banquet or joining
Ducks Unlimited, contact Devin Davidson, 320-274-5614, or Ben
Wandmacher at 763-670-8221.

Class of 1965 50th reunion is Sept. 19


The Class of 1965 is having their 50th class reunion on Sept.
19 at the American Legion Club in Maple Lake. Feel free to stop
in after 9:00 and join them to reminisce.

Buffalo Hospital Birth Center Open House


Earlier this year, Buffalo Hospital Foundation created a memorial for Dr. Eric Lefebvre who passed away in 2014. The Baby
Blessings Wall was created to honor and remember Lefebvre, who
was a longtime OB/GYN and delivered babies at Buffalo Hospital.
Stop by on Saturday, Sept. 19, for an Open House to tour the
Buffalo Hospital Birth Center and to see the Baby Blessings Wall
in person. Doors will be open from 1:00 until 4:00 p.m. and will
coincide with the 2nd Annual Birthday Party, where Buffalo Hospital celebrates all the babies born in the previous year.

American Legion Pancake Breakfast


The Maple Lake American Legion Club will be hosting a pancake breakfast, Sunday, September 20, 2015, 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Come join your friends, family and neighbors and support your
veterans. Cost of the breakfast is a free will offering.

Short-Call Substitute Teaching program


People who want to teach but dont have the full credentials
will have an opportunity to become certified as short-call substitute teachers under the Minnesota Limited, Short-Call Substitute
program. A 4-year bachelor degree is required to qualify.
Resource Training & Solutions in St. Cloud has announced that
it has coordinated a two-day program on Sept. 21 and 22, to prepare individuals to apply to become limited, short-call substitute
teachers. Training will cover topics such as the substitute
teachers role in the classroom and district, basics of classroom
management and instruction, basics of child development, and
communication skills.
Registration for the training can be made by contacting Deb
Thomes at Resource Training & Solutions, 137 23rd Street South,
Sartell, MN, phone 320-255-3236 or toll-free 844-335-3276, website www.resourcetraining.com.

Maple Lake Cub Scouts Open House Sept. 22


The Maple Lake Cub Scouts will be hosting an Open House
for all interested boys in grades K-5 at the Maple Lake American
Legion Club on Tuesday, September 22, at 6:30 p.m. FREE rocket
for every boy when they join. Contact Peter Jude at 963-5048 for
more information.

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Church
BETHLEHEM UNITED
CHURCH OF CHRIST
400 County Rd. 37 NE, Maple Lake
Ph.: 320-963-3118
www.bethuccml@gmail.com
mfritz@ants.edu
Interim Pastor: Michael Fritz
THURS.-FRI.: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.,
WCCA Head Start.
SUN.: Rally Sunday--9:30 a.m.,
Worship Service; 10:30 a.m., Fellowship; 10:45 a.m., Sunday
School, Confirmation; 11 a.m.,
Women's Guild.
WED.: 6:30 p.m., Choir.
CHURCH OF SAINT TIMOTHY
8 Oak Ave. N., Maple Lake
Ph.: 320-963-3726
www.churchofsttimothy.org
Pastor: Father John Meyer
Interim School Principal: Dawn
Kincs
SAT.: 3:30-4:15 p.m., Confessions;
4:30 p.m., Mass.
SUN.: 8 & 10 a.m., Mass.
HOLY CROSS LUTHERAN
CHURCH
5460 63rd St. NW, Box 462, Maple
Lake
Ph.: 763-463-9447
www.holycrossmaplelake.org
Pastors: Culynn Curtis
Visitors Are Always Welcome!
SUN.: Fall Ministry Kick-off: 8
a.m., Traditional Service; 9:15 a.m.,
Faith Formation Hour; 10:30 a.m.,
Contemporary Service.
MON.: 11 a.m., Prayer Group; 1
p.m., Quilters.
TUES.: 5:30 p.m., Nominating
Committee.
WED.: 6 p.m., Worship on Wednesday; 6:45 p.m., The112; 7 p.m.,
Choir, Confirmation.
IMMANUEL LUTHERAN
CHURCH IN SILVER CREEK
(LCMS)
11390 Elliott Ave. N.W., M.L.
Ph.: 763-878-2820, 320-333-8636
Pastor: Rev. George W. Sagissor III
SUN.: 10 a.m., Worship Service;
11:15 a.m., Sunday School, Bible
Study.
SILVER CREEK
COMMUNITY CHURCH
4282 114th St. NW, Maple Lake,
MN 55358
3 miles so. of I-94 on Co. Rd. 143,
just off Hwy. 8; Ph.: 320-963-3957;
605-553-5240
www.silvercreekcommunitychurch.com
Pastor: Luke Baehr
SUN.: 9 a.m., Worship; 10:30 a.m.,
Sunday School, Bible Study.
ANNANDALE EVAN. FREE
CHURCH
10252 St. Hwy. 55 N.W., Annandale
Ph.: 320-274-8951
Pastor: Dennis L. Johnson
FRI.: 9:30 a.m., Women's Bible
Study.
SAT.: 7:30 a.m., Men's Breakfast; 4
p.m., Meet the Missionaries; 5 p.m.,
Missions Banquet.
SUN.: 9 a.m., Combined Worship
Service; 10:30 a.m., Missionary
Panel & Children's Speaker; 6:30
p.m., Concert of Prayer.
MON.: 9 a.m., Grandmas in Prayer;
7 p.m., Men's Bible Study.
TUES.: 7 p.m., Celebrate Recovery.
WED.: 2 p.m., Young at Heart; 5:30
p.m., Wednesday Night Supper; 6
p.m., Wednesday Night Connection
Begins; 7:30 p.m., Leadership
Meeting.
ANNANDALE UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
250 Oak Ave. N., Box 329, Annan.
Ph.: 320-274-5127
www.mumac.org/~annandaleumc
Pastor: Ruth Hograbe
FRI.: 7:30 p.m., Narcotics Anonymous.
SUN.: 9 a.m., Worship Service;
10:15 a.m., Coffee Fellowship, Sunday School.
TUES.: 8 p.m., AA/Al-Anon.
BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN
CHURCH
7809 Co. Rd. 35 W., Annandale
Ph.: 320-963-3592
Pastor: Lynn Machula
THURS.: 1 p.m., LWML; 7:30
p.m., Elders; 8 p.m., Church Council.
SUN.: 9:30 a.m., Worship Service
w/Communion; 10:30 a.m., Sunday
School & Bible Study.

EAGLES GROVE CHURCH


opies available!
PO Box 1020, Annandale
Location: Hwy. 55, next to The
Marketplace
Ph.: 320-248-6024
www.eaglesgrove.org & Facebook
SUN.: 10:30 a.m., Worship Service;
Energized Music and Quality Children's Programs Provided.
MT. HERMON LUTHERAN
CHURCH
1284 Keats Ave. N.W., Annandale
Ph.: 320-963-3284
Pastor: Marianne Zitzewitz
SUN.: 9:30 a.m., Worship w/Communion; Family Night.

ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN


nger 320-963-3813
CHURCH
331 W. Harrison St., Annandale
ssenger.com

Obituaries

Ph.: 320-274-8827
www.stjohns-annandale.org
Pastor: Dave E. Nelson and Tom
Heyd
SUN.: 8:30 Traditional Worship; 10
a.m., Contemporary Worship.
BUFFALO SEVENTH-DAY
ADVENTIST CHURCH
200 2nd Ave. NE, Buffalo
Ph.: 763-682-3582
Pastor: Devin Locati
SAT.: 9:45 a.m., Bible Study; 11
a.m., Church Service.
HOSANNA LUTHERAN
CHURCH
1705 Hwy. 25 N., Buffalo, Mo.
Syn.
Pastor: Rob Jarvis
Ph.: 763-682-3278; www.hosannalcms.org
SUN.: 9 a.m., Worship Service;
10:30 a.m., Bible Study and Sunday
School.
TUES.: 8 p.m., Young Adults
Group.
WED.: 10 a.m., Bible Study; 7
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LEONA E. HEXUM, Annandale


Leona E. at Zion Lutheran Cemetery, group. In 2002, she was honored
Hexum, age Hartford, SD. Visitation will be by being named the Outstanding
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n a n d a l e , Maple Lake and one hour prior County. Leona enjoyed sewing,
MN,
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M A P L E

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The staff lunch was sponsored by Star Bank and catered by Aviands. Pictured is Dale Vogl, Jackson Willard, Shannon
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(Photo by Nick Pawlenty)

Maple Lake School District awards food service


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September 9, 2015

New faces, new race for Irish runners Irish volleyball defeats Litchfield
by Brenda Erdahl
Sports Writer

The Maple Lake cross country team started the season last
week with high hopes despite
some changes.
On the boys side, the loss of
over half its varsity squad means
new faces on the starting line,
and for the girls, come race day
they are going to have to run further than they ever have before.
Officials changed the distance for the girls from a 4K to
a 5K which means the girls will
be running as far as the boys.
That will change how they
race, Coach Ben Youngs said.
Although the girls team lost
only two seniors from last years
squad that finished runner-up in
the Central Minnesota Conference and seventh in Section 5A
competition, predicting how the
team will do is still difficult,
Youngs said.
Girls tend to be less predictable than boys as far as their
improvements from year-toyear, so predicting how we will
do is difficult, he said.
That being said, many of the
girls have experience.
Plus I'm excited about some
newcomers who may impact our
squad, Youngs said.
Returning to varsity this year
are three-time, state-meet qualifiers Sommer Carlson, a senior,
and Halle Geyen, a junior.
Other returnees who ran varsity last year are eighth graders
Grace Heying and Peyton Tongen; sophomore Katelynn
Kramer; junior Mackenzie
Miller; and senior Jordan Sifferle.
Other runners that Youngs

expects to make an impact this


season are Margaret Graham
who ran some good miles this
summer, Olivia Wolff-Herda
who looks improved, and
newcomer Bionca Peterson. Peterson is a freshman who was
impressively able to earn a
varsity spot in her first race ever,
Young said.
Other potential varsity runners are sophomores Caitlin
Weege, Chloe Riviere, Sienna
Ortiz, Jordayn Hausladen, Emily
Rasset, Hanna Stewig and Catie
Fobbe; juniors Ellie Haney, Ashlee Martie, Emma Carlson and
Emma Hagen; and senior Tara
Holmgren.
The girls experience puts
them in a good position to make
a run for the CMC title, Youngs
said. Holdingford and Eden Valley-Watkins-Kimball will be the
teams to beat.
Once again the Irish will have
to deal with the toughest section
in the state with the No. 1ranked Annandale and No. 6ranked Mora in the running for
a shot at state.
Last year the Irish took seventh at sections.
Im hoping we improve on
that, Youngs said. Much of
that will depend on how the girls
adjust to the 5K. I truly think it
will benefit our top girls to go
longer.
Unlike the girls, the boys
team will have a completely different look from the one that ran
its way to second place in the
conference last year.
The Irish lost five of its top
seven runners from that team to
graduation. Returning are seniors Devin Deringer and Ross

Hickey.
Devin just missed state last
year and that motivated him to
run 300 miles this summer,
Youngs said. He looks great.
Hickey ran a school record
600 miles this summer. To run
that far during break is a rare accomplishment, Youngs said.
Joining the two returnees is
senior Tanner Vassar, juniors
Simon Willard and Brady Tongen, sophomore Ben Smail and
freshman Michael Miller.
Those five were selected to
join varsity after posting the best
times at the pre-season time trials.
Overall it is very difficult to
know how this team will do with
all of the kids that graduated, but
early indications show great potential, Youngs said. It will depend on how kids adjust and get
used to racing.
Youngs expects Maple Lake,
Holdingford and Howard LakeWaverly-Winsted to be at the top
of the CMC. Last year Holdingford won the conference championship, but like the Irish they,
too, lost five of their varsity runners to graduation.
In Section 5A competition,
Mora returns as the defending
state champions, as well as No.
3-in-state-ranked St. Cloud
Cathedral.
For now we are going to
focus on ourselves and getting
used to racing varsity, Youngs
said. A CMC championship is
not out of the question. As for
state, it appears to be a bit ambitious for now, but sports are unpredictable and it won't be from
a lack of effort if we don't go to
state.

2015 cross country seniors - Front Row: Cody Welch, Ross Hickey, Tanner Vassar and
Devin Deringer. Back Row: Holden Youngs, Olivia Wolff-Herda, Tara Holmgren, Sommer
Carlson and Jordan Sifferle.
(Photo by Chris Fobbe)

by Brenda Erdahl
Sports Writer

The Irish volleyball team battled through four games to earn


an early-season win over the
Litchfield Dragons, Thursday,
Sept. 3, in Litchfield.
Maple Lake got off to a good
start, beating the non-conference
Litchfield team 25-23 in the first
game. Their winning ways con-

tinued into the second game


with a 25-15 win, but the experienced, well-coached Dragons
rallied in the third game for a 2725 victory.
Although the momentum was
on Litchfields side, the Irish
didnt give up, and with the help
of some key blocks came back
for a 25-17 fourth-game victory
to win the match.

Left: Mollie Scheiber, #7, jumped to spike the ball at Thursdays game against Litchfield,
along side her are Morgan Scheiber, #44, Olivia Marquette, #2, and Amber Klug, #3.
Right: Morgan Scheiber, #44, drops to set the ball for Linsey Rachel, #4.

Linsey Rachel, #4, jumped for a spike against Litchfield with Amber Klug, #3, and Brooklyn Toedter, #11, by her side.
(Photos by Chad Pingel)

Irish runners have strong first meet


by Brenda Erdahl
Sports Writer

The Irish cross country team


is off to a speedy start with firstand second-place team finishes
at its home and season opener on
Friday, Sept. 4, at Ney Park.
The girls team outran 11
other teams, including last years
Central Minnesota Conference
champions Holdingford, a team
that is ranked No. 5 in Class A,
for first place, and the boys finished runner-up to Mound-Westonka.
With only four of the varsity
girls with varsity experience I
wasnt sure what to expect, especially with the race moving
from a 4K to a 5K, Coach Ben
Youngs said.
In addition to the extra miles,
the athletes first meet was a
sweltering one, with heat, humidity and, to top it off, standing
water and mud throughout the
wooded course.
But the tough conditions and
additional miles didnt stop the
runners from posting some fast
times.
Sommer Carlsons thirdplace finish set the tone for the
meet, and Halle Geyen wasnt
far behind, finishing in 7th place
overall.

Grace Heying was the next to


cross the finish line for Maple
Lake in 10th place followed by
Bionca Peterson in 18th.
Grace was last years No. 3
runner and did her job again,
Youngs said. Bionca is new to
the sport, so for her to finish like
she did blew me away. All seven
girls ran their hearts out in the
heat.
Devin Deringer led the Irish
boys squad with a very impressive second-place finish behind
the No. 1-ranked runner in the
state in Class A, Connor Schank
of Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted.
Ross Hickey showed his
leadership out on the course Friday, Youngs said, and just
missed the top 10 with his 13thplace finish.
Most of the rest of the team
is new to varsity, but they didnt
back down and ran aggressively, Youngs said. I feel they
have room to improve even
more as the season progresses.
In other races, the Irish junior
varsity girls team took third
place and the boys junior varsity
took fifth at Fridays meet.
The Irish compete again on
Thursday, Sept. 10, at Holdingford. Races begin at 4:30 p.m.

Results
Girls team results
1. Maple Lake 57; 2. Buffalo
59; 3. Holdingford 85; 4.
Mound-Westonka 91; 5. Watertown-Mayer 110; 6. Rockford
121; 7. Eden Valley-WatkinsKimball 149.
Girls individual results
3. Sommer Carlson 20:46.1;
7. Halle Geyen 21:44.2; 10.
Grace Heying 22:38.9; 18.
Bionca Peterson 24:21.5; 19.
Margaret Graham 24:23.3; 21.
Jordan Sifferle 24:35.5; 26.
Olivia Wolff-Herda 25:12.
Boys team results
1. Mound Westonka 47; 2.
Maple Lake 78; 3. Howard
Lake-Waverly-Winsted 97; 4.
Holdingford 100; 5. Monticello
121; 6. Litchfield 140; 7. Royalton 170; 8. Watertown-Mayer
171; 9. St. Johns Prep 202; 10.
Eden Valley-Watkins-Kimball
238.
Boys individual results
2. Devin Deringer 17:28.5;
13. Ross Hickey 19:04.2; 14.
Simon Willard 19:07.9; 21.
Michael Miller 19:40.5; 28. Tanner Vassar 20:22.7; 29. Ben
Smail 20:23.9; 39. Brady Tongen 20:59.9.

Game three was a crazy one


at the end, Coach Marty Kiebel
said. It was great for us to get
game four off of them, because
the momentum was on their side
to start game four after an exciting win in game 3.
I felt that we were tough at
the net, getting some key blocks
that stopped their offense immediately, he said.
The Irish were to kick off this
week with a Tuesday, Sept. 8,
home game against St. Cloud
Cathedral. Cathedral is a subsection opponent that beat Maple
Lake last season. Although they
graduated a couple key players,
Coach Kiebel expected it to be
an exciting game.
They will be ready for us,
he said before the match. We
need to match their energy and
respond to big plays that they
make with our own.
On Thursday, Sep. 10, the
Irish will take on Holdingford at
home at 7:15 p.m. It is also Parents Night.

Top: Devin Deringer led the Irish boys squad at Ney Park
on Friday. Above: Irish runners Olivia Wolff-Herda, Margaret Graham and Bionca Peterson. (Photos by Chris
Fobbe) Right: Sommer Carlson got her feet wet through
some of the Ney Park trails. (Photo by Jordan Sifferle)

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September 9, 2015

Irish football team takes down Lakers 46-14


by Brenda Erdahl
Sports Writer

Austin Becker had three


touchdowns in the Irish football
teams 46-14 victory over
Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted,
Friday, Sept. 4.
A division and section foe,
HL-W-W is an arch rival of the
Irish.
It doesnt matter what the
records are, you know its going
to be a tough game, Head
Coach Tim Knutsen said.

Maple Lake jumped to a 12point lead by the end of the first


quarter on the Lakers home
field after 10- and 14-yard runs
by Becker.
Becker came through again
in the second quarter with a 15yard run to lengthen the Irish
lead to 18. Damian Kaley then
scored on a 66-yard run with
Becker completing the twopoint conversion with a threeyard run.
The Irish put up seven more

points in the third quarter when


Kaley threw a 45-yard pass to
Chase Olsen for the touch down
and Andy Mavencamp kicked a
good field goal for the extra
point. Meanwhile, the Lakers
got on the score board with two
touchdowns of their own.
Maple Lakes Nate Maas
scored on a 10-yard run in the
fourth quarter, but the extra
point went wide. Ben Triplett
scored the Irishs final touchdown on a two-yard run and
Mavencamp ended scoring with
a final kick that cleared the goal
posts to make the score 46-14.
We executed our offense

very well tonight both running


and passing, Knutsen said after
the game. Defensively we gave
up one long drive, other than
that we played very sound defensively. We didnt turn the ball
over tonight.
Going forward, Knutsen
hopes to work on the teams
depth and getting fresh kids on
the field when the starters are
tired.
Up next for the Irish is division foe and defending Class 2A state champions Holdingford
at home on Friday, Sept. 11. The
game begins at 7 p.m. It is also
Parents Night.

Runningback, Austin Becker, #8, slipped away from a


Laker player during Friday nights game at Howard LakeWaverly-Winsted. Becker had three touchdowns throughout the game.
(Photos by Ashley Becker)

Left: Quarterback, Nate Maas, #11, makes a pass during Friday nights game against HL-W-W while Jason Webb, #72, and Ben Triplett, #34, provide pass protection.
Middle: Damian Kaley, #40, barely makes it past a Laker player and went on to score a touchdown. Right: Ben Elfmann, #20, taking down a Laker player.

The Catch
by Jeff Plattner
2015 NFC PREVIEW
NFC East
1.Philadelphia
Eagles
(Best-case) Oft-injured QB
Sam Bradford stays healthy and
enjoys a Pro Bowl season as the
Eagles run wild, on their way to
Chip Kellys first playoff win.
(Worst-case) Bradford and DeMarco Murray, who Dallas ran
ragged last season, both go
down with season-ending injuries and the Eagles, who
started hot, once again miss the
playoffs. Prediction: 12-4
2.Dallas Cowboys (Bestcase) RBs Joseph Randle and
Darren McFadden combine to
admirably fill the shoes of DeMarco Murray. Meanwhile,
Tony Romo and Dez Bryant
pick up right where they left off
last season, leading the Cowboys to their second straight
NFC East title. Dallas also gets
revenge on Green Bay, beating
the Packers to reach the NFC
championship game. (Worstcase) The Randle-McFadden
duo is a train-wreck and the
pass-happy Cowboys become
one-dimensional, taking a giant

step backwards. Prediction: 115


3. New York Giants (Bestcase) Odell Beckham Jr. gives
us one heck of an encore to his
rookie season in which he set
the NFL on fire with 91 receptions for 1,305 yards and 12
TDs despite not playing in the
first four games. (Worst-case)
DE Jason Pierre-Paul isnt the
same after blowing his hand
apart this summer in a firework
accident and the Giants defense is even worse than a year
ago. Prediction: 9-7
4.Washington Redskins
(Best-case) The Redskins finally admit their mistake and
move on from the RGIII debacle. (Worst-case) They hang on
to RGIII, who gets hurt, and the
Redskins owe him $16 million
next season, due to an injuryclause in his contract. Prediction: 2-14
NFC North
1. Green Bay Packers
(Best-case) Anything less than
a Super Bowl is considered a
disappointment for Aaron
Rodgers and the Packers. After

Out & About

owning the NFC North, Green


Bay avenges their NFC championship game meltdown against
Seattle last season. (Worst-case)
Without Jordy Nelson, the offense is a little more run-oriented and the Packers only beat
their opponents by an average
of 9.8ppg instead of 16.6ppg.
Prediction: 13-3
2. Minnesota Vikings (Bestcase) In his return from suspension, we are reintroduced to the
2012 version of Adrian Peterson, who once again flirts with
the NFL single-season rushing
record, while leading the
Vikings back to the playoffs.
(Worst-case) A tough schedule
is too much for Minnesota to
overcome, as they fall short of
the playoffs and finish with a
losing record for the third
straight season. Prediction: 106
3. Detroit Lions (Best-case)
Rookie RB Ameer Abdullah has
a breakout rookie season and
Calvin Johnson finally stays
healthy for an entire year.
(Worst-case) Johnson is again
banged up and QB Matthew
Stafford again struggles without
his main target. Prediction: 6-10
4. Chicago Bears (Bestcase) Midway through yet another underwhelming season,
the Bears new regime pulls the
plug on QB Jay Cutlerfor

good, and Chicago can finally


start fresh at the position, in the
off-season. (Worst-case) Somehow, some still believe in Cutler, whos never thrown more
than 28 TDs in a season and
who wins more the less he
throws the ball. Prediction: 412
NFC South
1. New Orleans Saints
(Best-case) Despite the losses
of TE Jimmy Graham, WR
Kenny Stills, and RB Pierre
Thomas (combined to catch 193
balls for 2,198 yards and 14
TDs in 2014), QB Drew Brees
resembles his old self, with new
targets Brandin Cooks, C.J.
Spiller, and Brandon Coleman
replacing a majority of that production. The Saints cruise to
their fifth division title in seven
years. (Worst-case) A defense
that surrendered a horrid
26.5ppg last season is just as
bad, Brees struggles to find
chemistry with the new guys,
and New Orleans misses the
playoffs again. Prediction: 11-5
2. Atlanta Falcons (Bestcase) QB Matt Ryan and WR
Julio Jones throw the team on
their backs, carrying Atlanta to
a wild card berth, smashing
several franchise records along
the way. (Worst-case) Rookie
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leagues worst. Combined with
one of the worst offensive lines
in the league, the Falcons continue to descend. Prediction: 88
3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(Best-case) After two miserable
seasons, RB Doug Martin regains a bit of his rookie season
magic. Speaking of rookie season magic, QB Jameis Winston
is fabulous, thanks to the help
of his towering WRs Mike
Evans and Vincent Jackson.
(Worst-case) A poor Tampa de-

This weeks Maple


Lake Irish activities
Friday, Sept. 11
7:00pm Football: Varsity Game vs.
Holdingford @ Maple Lake High
School
Monday, Sept. 14
4:00pm Volleyball: 8th Grade
Game vs. Rockford Area Schools
District @ Maple Lake HS Activity
Center; 4:00pm Volleyball: 7th
Grade Game vs. Rockford Area
Schools District @ Maple Lake HS
Activity Center; 4:30pm Football:
JV Game Holdingford @ Holdingford High School; 4:30pm Football:
C Game Holdingford @ Holdingford High School
Tuesday, Sept. 15
4:15pm Football: 8th Grade Game
Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity @
Lester Prairie City Park 8th Grade
Only - 1 Game; 4:15pm Volleyball:
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GRAND OPENING

fense spends far too much time


on the field, as Winston breaks
Peyton Mannings rookie
record for interceptions, with
29. Prediction: 5-11
4. Carolina Panthers (Bestcase) In the wake of WR Kelvin
Benjamins season-ending ACL
tear, rookie WR Devin
Funchess emerges as a reliable
target for Cam Newton. (Worstcase) Newton spends much of
the season on his back, as a
porous offensive line is just the
beginning of Carolinas woes.
Prediction: 4-12

The Catch
continued on page 10

Prairie/Holy Trinity @ Lester


Prairie High School; 5:15pm Volleyball: 8th Grade Game Lester
Prairie/Holy Trinity @ Lester
Prairie High School; 5:45pm Volleyball: JV Game vs. Sartell @
Maple Lake High School Gym;
5:45pm Volleyball: C Game vs.
Sartell @ Maple Lake Middle
School Gym; 7:00pm Volleyball:
Varsity Game vs. Sartell @ Maple
Lake High School Gym
Thursday, Sept. 17
4:00pm Cross Country: Varsity Invitational Delano @ Delano High
School; 4:00pm Football: 7th
Grade Game vs. Kimball Area @
Maple Lake High School; 4:00pm
Football: 8th Grade Game vs.
Kimball Area @ Maple Lake High
School; 4:00pm Volleyball: 8th
Grade Game Kimball Area @
Kimball Area High School; 4:00pm
Volleyball: 7th Grade Game Kimball Area @ Kimball Area High
School; 5:45pm Volleyball: JV
Match vs. Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa @ Maple Lake High School;
5:45pm Volleyball: C Match vs.
Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa @ Maple
Lake Middle School Gym; 7:15pm
Volleyball: Varsity Match vs. Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa @ Maple
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Programs & Events

Public Notices

continued from page 4

St. Cloud area job fair 2015 to be held Sept. 22


Tuesday, September 22, has been set as the date for the 19th annual St. Cloud Area Job Fair 2015. The job fair will be held at
Rivers Edge Convention Center and is scheduled to run from
12:30-4:30 p.m. Sponsored by Minnesota Workforce Center/Job
Service and Central Minnesota Society for Human Resource Management (CMSHRM). The job fair is free to the public and offers
an excellent opportunity for numerous employers and job seekers
to meet at one location.

First time home buyers workshop is Sept. 26


Wright County residents thinking about buying a home are invited to attend a one day informative workshop designed to help
them learn the basics of home ownership.
Wright County Community Action (WCCA) offers a first-time
home buyers seminar (Home Stretch) which will cover a variety
of topics related to the home buying process. Area lenders, real estate agents, and other housing professionals will instruct the workshop.
Home Stretch will be offered on Saturday, Sept. 26, from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. at Citizens State Bank, 145 Nelson Boulevard, Montrose,
MN 55363. To register, call Wright County Community Action
(WCCA) at (320) 963-6500, ext. 238.

5th Annual Love INCGala Fundraiser is Oct. 4


Don't miss out on the 5th Annual GALA fundraiser for Love
INC-Big Woods. It will be held on Sunday, October 4, starting at
4:30 p.m. at the Classic Hall in Annandale. The catered dinner from
the Waverly Caf will include roast beef, mashed potatoes and a
dessert cheesecake. There will be a silent auction, live auction,
music, a Love INC update, and more. Contact the Love INC Clearinghouse for tickets or more information. 763-682-2550 or
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Check out ancestry.com, free at ML Library


Patrons of the Maple Lake Library are encouraged to stop in
and check out your family history on ancestry.com for free. If you
are not a patron of the library, you only need to fill out an application. So come join us at the library, take advantage of this opportunity, and discover your roots. Library hours are Monday and
Friday from 12 to 6 p.m., Wednesday from 12 to 8 p.m. and Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

MAPLE LAKE TOWNSHIP


Minutes Aug. 18, 2015
The regular meeting of the Maple
Lake Township Board was called to
order by Chairman Gerry Giebenhain at 7 p.m. Supervisors Ronald
Wolff and Tom Neumann, Treasurer
Judy Neumann and Clerk Dick
Hogan were present.
The minutes of the July 21 meeting were ready by Chairman
Giebenhain. As no additions or corrections were noted, a motion was
offered by Wolff, seconded by Neumann, to accept as read. Carried 30.
Paul and Vickie Michaelis, 8837
Bishop Ave. NW, requested that the
Town abandon a small strip of property between the right of way and
their frontage. After discussion, the

board unanimously agreed not to


pursue the request.
The proposed Donnelly ditch improvement project was updated to
residents present.
The board reviewed a proposed
consent resolution authorization that
Charter Communications continue
serving in Maple Lake Township.
The consent is the result of Charter's
merger into the Advance/Newhouse
partnership. The board tabled the
passing of this resolution until the
Sept. 15 regular meeting when they
hope to have a Charter representative present.
All warrants were paid as presented.
As no additional business was
besought before the board, Chairman Giebenhain adjoined the regu-

lar meeting at 8:05 p.m.


The continuation of the levy setting portion of the March 10 meeting
was opened by Chairman Giebenhain for the purpose of setting the
2016 levy. the meeting was then
turned over to the residents present
of their setting of the levy. After review of the budget and anticipated
expense and capital items, it was a
consensus of the residents that the
present levy was adequate for 2016
expenditures. A motion was offered
by Bill Ebnet, seconded by Bill
Triplett, to set the levy as follows:
Revenue, $75,000; Road & Bridge,
$415,000;and Debt Service at
$42,882.
Ebnet asked the board to pass a
resolution prohibiting the donation of
levied funds to any individual or or-

ganization. The board stated this


was a levy setting continuation and
limited to that business only. They
also considered the legality of such
resolution and would consult the
town attorney for his opinion.
Chairman Giebenhain closed the
continuation meeting at 8:40 p.m.
Dick Hogan, Clerk
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MSLID Meeting
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meeting of the members Saturday,
Oct. 3, at 9 a.m. at the Corinna
Township Hall, 9801 Ireland Ave.
NW, Maple Lake, MN 55358. TAMS,
the Association of Mink and Somers,
membership meeting will immediately follow.
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NFC West
1. Seattle Seahawks (Bestcase) Its Super Bowl L; 0:26 to
go in the game. Seattle has the
ball, second and goal on the
one-yard line, down by four.
The Seahawks hand the ball to
RB Marshawn Lynch or to
newly-acquired RB Fred Jackson. Or heck, they throw a jump
ball to TE Jimmy Graham, one
of the greatest red zone targets
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than throwing a slant to the
middle of the field to a WR who
entered the game with just 14
receptions on the entire season!
(Worst-case) They indeed hand
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but he fumbles and we all criticize Seattle for not throwing the
ball. Prediction: 13-3
2. Arizona Cardinals (Bestcase) QB Carson Palmer stays
healthy all season. (Worst-case)
Palmer goes down again and for
the second straight year, the
poor Cardinals receivers are
forced to catch passes from a
QB whos not much better than
I would be. Prediction: 9-7
3. St. Louis Rams (Bestcase) Upon his return from an
ACL injury, rookie RB Todd
Gurley shows us that he indeed
may be the second coming of
Adrian Peterson. With a very
good defense and the addition
of Gurley, St. Louis makes
some noise in the NFC West.
(Worst-case) Gurley is injured

again; his career derailed and


fans like you and me are robbed
of the opportunity to see how
special he could have been. Prediction: 7-9
4. San Francisco 49ers
(Best-case) The 49ers get to
host Super Bowl L. Yep, thatll
be San Frans highlight of
2015-16. (Worst-case) 0-16
may not be out of the question,
although they do get to play
Chicago and Cleveland. Prediction: 3-13
Offensive Player of the
Year: RB Adrian Peterson
Minnesota Vikings
Defensive Player of the
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Louis Rams
Offensive Rookie of the
Year: WR Nelson Agholor
Philadelphia Eagles
Defensive Rookie of the
Year: DE Vic Beasley Atlanta
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Breakout Candidate: WR
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Packers
Breakout Candidate: WR
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Maple Lake Messenger Page 11


September 9, 2015

CLASSIFIED ADS
Help Wanted

For Sale

NOW HIRING!
Part-time Clerk

DELI MANAGER

15-20 hours
per week
Nights & Weekends

Monday-Friday
Apply In Person

901 Hwy. 55 Maple Lake

300 Hwy. 55, Maple Lake

Rogers BP
Amoco

Apply at Maple Lake


Wine & Spirits

For Sale - Watermelons, muskmelons


and squash. Call Richard at 320-9635720
(49-51f)
________________________________
For Sale: Holton French horn, silver,
$650.00; 2010 JD X324 mower w/bagger, $3,400. Rick, 612-518-3353.
(50-51f)

Services
Computer Repair. Computer tune up,
virus removal. $40.00 Speed it up
today! 320-963-6094
(48-50p)

Kings House
Christ the King Retreat Center Buffalo
Immediate Temp to possible hire
PT Maintenance Assistant!

HELP WANTED

AUCTIONS

MISCELLANEOUS

CAN YOU DIG IT?


Heavy Equipment Operator Career!
We offer training and certications
running bulldozers, backhoes and
excavators. Lifetime job placement.
VA benets eligible! 866/362-6497

500+ ESTATE GUNS


@ Auction. Sat. Sept. 26th Prairie du Chien, WI. Modern & Collectible, Civil War + Military. Barrett 50; Browning, Winchester.
www.kramersales.com
608/326-8108

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FOR YOUR MEDICATIONS!
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get $10.00 off your rst prescription and free shipping. 800/806-6538

HARVEST HELP WANTED:


Immediate Openings: Experienced semidrivers for sugarbeet, potato harvest.
Valid drivers license required. Camper
hookups available. Emanuelson Family Farms, Drayton, ND 701/454-6122

HUNTING
RECREATIONAL LAND AUCTION
September 16th, 6pm. Cabelas, Rogers. MN online bidding details:
w w w. K W H u n t i n g P r o p e r t i e s . c o m
Keller
Williams
Realty/Alliance
Auctions Shelly Weinzetl (license
86-79) agent auctioneer 763/300-5055

HELP WANTED - DRIVERS

Sudoku

CDL A DRIVERS
$7,500 sign-on-bonus. Medical benets on day 1 & $65k+ in your rst
year!!! Guaranteed pay. Prot sharing.
401K with company match & more!
Email resume: mnhr@mclaneco.com
or call Hollie now! 507/664-3038

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NOW HIRING

HOMES FOR SALE


HOUSE FOR SALE
Wendell, MN. 3 bedroom, 1-1/2
bath, replace, renished hardwood oors, open stairway, enclosed
porch, new windows, large two
car garage. $59,500 715/577-2723

MISCELLANEOUS
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Advanced Disposal Rolling Hills Landfill

Heavy Equipment Operator


Advanced Disposal Rolling Hills Landfill
located in Buffalo, MN is looking for a Full
Time Heavy Equipment Operator to operate
a variety of equipment in the operations,
maintenance and construction of landfill,
and related facilities.
For more information and to apply, please
call Advanced Disposal Rolling Hills Landfill
at 320-963-3158

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Unreserved public equipment auction


Immediate Harvest Workers Needed For
Sugar Beet and Potato Harvest in Drayton, ND
Harvester & Equipment Operators, Experienced Semi-Truck Drivers,
Valid Drivers License Required

Sentencing
continued from page 3
Robinson, Joshua David, age
29, of Rockford, sentenced on
09/02/15 for Probation Violations for Felony Receiving
Stolen Property to 10 days jail.
Sentenced by Judge Strand.
Swenson, Chase Howard
Herman, age 26, of Cokato, sentenced on 08/28/15 for Gross
Misdemeanor Domestic Assault
to 365 days jail, $3,000 fine; 275
days, $2,950 stayed for two years
on conditions of probation, serve
90 days jail, pay $50 fine plus
surcharges, pay $75 public defender co-payment, undergo a
psychological evaluation and follow all recommendations, undergo a chemical dependency

evaluation and follow all recommendations, have no use or possession


of
alcohol
or
non-prescription drugs, submit to
random testing, remain medically compliant, have no contact
with victim, complete intensive
supervision program, provide
DNA sample, have no use or possession of firearms or dangerous
weapons, have no same or similar violations. Sentenced by
Judge Mottl.
Zavaleta, Amie Jo, age 32, of
Buffalo, sentenced on 09/01/15
for Probation Violations for
Felony Wrongfully Obtaining
Assistance to 75 days jail. Sentenced by Judge Tenney.

Immediate Openings for Experienced Semi-Drivers now thru October

Same day copies available!

Potato Harvest: Warehouse Workers and Graders Needed


Call or Apply in Person at Emanuelson Family Farms
7789 158th Avenue NE, Drayton, ND 58225
Ph: 701-454-6122 -- Office 8:00am 5:00pm
Camper Hookups Available

2014 Mack CH613

Equipment incl.
Excavators, crawler tractors, truck
tractors, cranes & more.

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Financing & leasing

Advertise!

Community Calendar

Krupp KMK5110 110 Ton

Call about selling: 507.774.5050

See complete listings at rbauction.com


Motor Vehicle Dealer License #DLR25867, Auctioneer Eddie R. Graham # 7014014

Building-Home Improvement

DIRECTORY
Foundation Floating Slabs
Brick Stone Driveways
Patios Sidewalks Steps
Concrete Stamping Floors
Garages Free Estimates
Residential &Commercial

HOWARD'S PLUMBING
HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
Marv & Buck Howard, Owners

Cell: 612-366-0909

Master Plumber license: Marv 058229-PM Buck 063048-PM

3-D Concrete & Masonry Inc.

TempStar Heating &


Cooling Products
High Efficiency Boilers

Bruce Dalbec

Office: 763-682-2358
Fax: 763-682-2858

Heating & Air


Conditioning, Inc.

Heating Cooling Sales Service


Buffalo 763-684-3965

threedconcrete@hotmail.com

dezielhvac.com

P.O . Bo x 85 Buffalo , MN

Water Heaters
Water Softeners
3 Generations Since 1961
Licensed Bonded Insured

320-274-8913

After Business Hours: 320-236-2102


715 Norway Drive Annandale
www.howardsplumbinginc.com

FOBBE'S
Well Drilling

SEAMLESS GUTTERS
NO JOB TOO BIG OR SMALL
20 YRS OF EXPERIENCE
FREE ESTIMATES

LIFE TIME WARRANTY COLOR MATCHING TO


FULLY INSURED
EXISTING COLORS
CREDIT CARD ACCEPTED FREE GUTTER CLEANING
GUTTER COVER OPTIONS (WITH GUTTER
COVER PURCHASE)
AVAILABLE

763-568-2445

Hegle

Pole Buildings

Complete Well Service

Door Sales, Inc.

Pump & Tanks


Well Abandonments

320-274-5957
320-274-3634
Annandale, MN 55302

Truck
Phones

Emai l : joehogan. concrete@gmai l . com

Garage Doors Electric Openers


Sales Service Repairs

We will construct your


pole building or sell you
the necessary material.
Come in and talk over
your building needs.
We're here to serve you.

Tim & Lorie Hegle


375 Spruce Avenue N.
Maple Lake, MN 55358

Maple Lake Lumber Co.

Borrell Refrigeration,

320-963-3612

Plumbing, Heating
& Air Conditioning

FREE ESTIMATES 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE

www.hegledoorsales.com
Toll Free: 1-800-273-4699
Call: (320) 963-3934
Fax: (320) 963-1934

RUSS ORS N ELECTRIC, Inc.


Commercial

Water Conditioning & Drinking Water Systems

Industrial

Dave Borrell 320-963-3107

Residential

Residential & Commercial


Block ICF Poured Foundation Brick & Stone Floors Floating Slabs Garages
Concrete Staining/Stamping Patios Driveways Steps Sidewalks Removal Replacement

Maple Lake
320-963-7727
www.orsonelectric.com

Stan Fuller 612-366-0910


Office: 320-963-5522

Owner
On-Site

Fax: 320-963-5530 fuller@ lakedalelink.net


www.fullerconcrete.net
References Available Fully Insured

- RYAN HANEY
LENGYEL
LECTRIC-

BRIAN
LENGYEL
TILE
CARPET
LAMINATES
320-963-6640
WHOLESALE PRICING
Licensed & Bonded
Master
Electrician
763-286-5135

Everything in
Concrete &
Masonry!

LENGYEL
LECTRIC
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Electrician
Call 320-963-3813

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September 9, 2015

1930s

1950s

1940s

2012

95 Anniversary
Celebration &
th

Customer Appreciation!
Wright Countys oldest Ford Dealership
is celebrating all week with great deals on
new and pre-owned cars and trucks!

2015

FREE Pop
& Popcorn
All Week!

Open House
Saturday, Sept. 12
Lunch will be served by
the Annandale Lions Club Burgers & More

00

$200 GAS CARD


With any Pre-Owned Vehicle Purchase*
sold during Sept. 7-12, 2015

10 a.m.-2 p.m.

98 Country will be here for


Music, Fun, Door Prizes & More!
11 a.m.-1 p.m.

NEW 2015 FORD F-150


SUPERCREW XLT 4X4

NEW 2015 FORD FUSION


SE 4DR

*5,000 value or more. 1 per customer. Must present coupon at time of purchase.
Not valid on previous sales.

Anniversary Pre-Owned Sell Down!


CARS

2012 Chevrolet Impala LTZ 1742

2004 Ford Ranger 1730

2012 Chevrolet Equinox LLT 1775

2013 Ford Fiesta SE 1743

3.6L V6, Bose Sound System, Leather

Anniversary Price..............$14,576

Supercab 3.0L XLT, Bed Liner

AWD, 4 CYL, Leather, 65k miles

Anniversary Price ...............$8,850

Anniversary Price.............$18,498

2007 Ford Super Duty F-250 1485

2014 Ford Expedition EL 1687R

4WD, Crew Cab 172 XL

4WD XLT, Heated Leather, 33k miles

Anniversary Price..............$13,995

Anniversary Price.............$35,983

2015 Ford Super Duty F-250 1773

2003 Ford Explorer XLT 1732

SRW, 4WD Crew Cab, Back-up Camera

4WD, 7 Pass., 129k miles

Anniversary Price.............$40,852

Anniversary Price ...............$5,995

AT, AC, Sirius Satellite Radio, 44k miles

Anniversary Price ..............$11,997


2013 Ford Focus SE 1704R
AT, AC, Tuxedo Black, Only 15k miles

Anniversary Price..............$13,979
2013 Ford Focus SE 1743
Ruby Red, Like New!! 25k miles

Anniversary Price..............$13,497
2012 Ford Fusion S FWD 1756
AT, AC, MP3 Player, 27k miles
MSRP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,855
PACKAGE DISCOUNT . . . . . . . . . . . . .-$1,500
LUNDEEN DISCOUNT . . . . . . . . . . . . .-$3,685
RETAIL CASH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-$4,550
FORD CREDIT CASH* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-$750
YOUR ANNIVERSARY PRICE!

36,370

2.7 ECOBOOST V6
REAR DEFROSTER
REAR VIEW CAMERA
TRAILER TOW PKG.
CHROME PKG.
REVERSE SENSING
P. SEAT
& MUCH MORE
#13552T

MSRP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$27,340
PACKAGE DISCOUNT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-$490
LUNDEEN DISCOUNT . . . . . . . . . . . . .-$1,655
FORD RETAIL CASH . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-$1,750
FORD CREDIT CASH* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-$750
YOUR ANNIVERSARY PRICE!

22,695

2.5 4 CYL.
SE APPEARANCE PKG.
18 SPORT WHEELS
REAR SPOILER
REVERSE SENSING
& CAMERA
MY FORD TOUCH
ELECTRONIC TEMP
CONTROL
#13381

Anniversary Price..............$13,498
2014 Ford Fusion SE FWD 1493R
2.5L, Non-Eco Engine, GREAT Package!

Anniversary Price...............$17,974
2013 Ford Fusion SE FWD 1654R
2.5L, 4 CYL, SYNC System, 21k miles

Anniversary Price ..............$17,397


2012 Ford Fusion SE FWD 1750R
Sirius Satellite Radio, 34k miles

Anniversary Price..............$14,982

NEW 2015 FORD


TAURUS SEL

NEW 2016 FORD ESCAPE


SE 4X4

2012 Ford Fusion SEL FWD 1751R


Rear View Camera, P. Moonroof, 41k miles

Anniversary Price..............$15,576
2012 Ford Fusion SEL FWD 1616 R
P. Moonroof, Rear View Camera, 42k miles

Anniversary Price .............$15,720

LUNDEEN DISCOUNT . . . . . . . . . . . . .-$1,960


FORD RETAIL CASH . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-$3,000
FORD CREDIT CASH* . . . . . . . . . . . . .-$2,000

MSRP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$29,925
PACKAGE DISCOUNT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-$490
LUNDEEN DISCOUNT . . . . . . . . . . . . .-$1,545
FORD RETAIL CASH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-$500
FORD CREDIT CASH* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-$500

2.0 ECOBOOST
TRAILER TOW PKG.
REAR VIEW CAMERA
P. SEAT
SYNC VOICE SYSTEM
& MORE
#13516T

Hands Free Communication System

Anniversary Price..............$12,878
2013 Ford Focus HB SE 1702R
Hands Free Comm. Sys., 15k miles

Anniversary Price..............$14,943
2010 Ford Fusion SEL 4DR 1790
Loaded w/Moonroof, Ford Cert., 16k miles

2014 Ford Explorer XLT 1689R

Anniversary Price..............$15,783

SUVs

2009 Hyundai Sonata GLS 1752

2013 Ford Edge SE AWD 1560R

Anniversary Price .............$29,476

4dr., 4 CYL, Cloth, 84k miles

SYNC Sys., Sirius Sat. Radio, 23k miles

Anniversary Price................$7,459

Anniversary Price .............$22,497

2005 Kia Sorento EX 1723

TRUCKS

2014 Ford Edge SEL AWD 1748R

Anniversary Price................$5,997

Hands Free Comm. Sys., 35k miles

2007 Ford F-150 4WD 1593

Anniversary Price .............$23,997

2008 Ford Edge Limited 1737

Supercab 145 Lariat, Leather

Anniversary Price .............$15,993


2008 Ford F-150 4WD 1701
Supercab 145 XLT, Topper

Anniversary Price..............$15,873
2009 Ford Edge Limited 1608

Anniversary Price.............$25,638

2012 Ford F-150 4WD 1719R

Back-up Camera, 30k miles

Anniversary Price..............$22,942
2014 Ford Escape 4WD SE 1720R

2010 Ford F-150 4WD 1767

Power Panorama Roof, 31k miles

Supercrew 145 XLT, Tonneau Cover

Anniversary Price .............$21,986

Anniversary Price..............$21,583
2013 Ford F-150 4WD 1740R

Keyless Entry Pad, Htd. Seats, 31k miles

Supercrew 157 XLT, Topper, 23k miles

Anniversary Price.............$32,989

AWD, Panoramic Roof, 98k miles

SYNC Sys., Traction Control, 18k miles

2014 Ford Escape 4WD SE 1652R

Anniversary Price.............$29,897

4WD, Leather, Power Sunroof

2014 Ford Edge SEL AWD 1574R

Anniversary Price................$9,987
Supercrew 145 XLT, 43k miles

4WD, Back-up Camera, 33k miles

2006 Ford Expedition XLT 1772


4x4, 5.4 V8, Cloth Int., 121k miles

Anniversary Price................$8,997
2010 Ford Escape 4WD XLT 1726

AWD, SYNC Sys., Leather, 79k miles

Anniversary Price.............$16,895
2013 Ford Edge SEL AWD 1682
SYNC Sys., Sirius Sat. Radio, 53k miles

Anniversary Price..............$22,942
2012 Ford Edge SEL AWD 1710
SYNC Sys., Reverse Sensing Sys.

Anniversary Price..............$19,973
2013 Lincoln MKX AWD 1662R
Leather, SYNC System, 23k miles

Anniversary Price .............$29,977

2013 Ford Taurus SEL FWD 1688R

2004 Ford Ranger 1660

SYNC System, Flex Fuel, 26k miles

Reg. Cab 2.3L XLT, Topper

Anniversary Price .............$18,997

Anniversary Price................$4,983

Anniversary Price ...............$9,996

VANS

2012 Buick Lacrosse 1706

2006 Ford Ranger 1711

2009 Ford Expedition EL 1669

2014 Ford Econoline Cargo Van 1671

Leather, On-Star System, 41k miles

Supercab 126 WB Sport 4WD

4WD Limited, 7 Pass., Power Sunroof

E-250 Commercial Van

Anniversary Price ..............$17,993

Anniversary Price ..............$11,795

Anniversary Price..............$21,200

Anniversary Price .............$23,983

Sirius Sat. Radio, Message Center

Vince and his team


invite you to come in!
Lundeen Bros. and our employees appreciate your business!

YOUR ANNIVERSARY PRICE!

24,795

3.5 V6
SYNC MY FORD
TOUCH
ELECTRONIC TEMP
CONTROL
PUSH BUTTON START
SYNC VOICE COMMAND
ADJUSTABLE PEDALS
REAR VIEW CAMERA
#13326

2013 Volkswagen Passat 1734

2012 Ford Fusion SEL FWD 1601R


Anniversary Price .............$15,592

MSRP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$31,755

Lots of
Door
Prizes!

YOUR ANNIVERSARY PRICE!

26,890

*MUST FINANCE WITH FORD CREDIT. O.A.C. MUST HAVE APPROVED CREDIT. FORD INCENTIVES SUBJECT TO CHANGE. OFFERS EXPIRE SEPT. 30, 2015. SEE DEALER FOR
DETAILS. ABOVE PRICES SUBJECT TO STATE TAXES, LICENSES & FEES. VEHICLES SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE.

VINCE
LUNDEEN

KEVIN
GRENIGER

JORDAN
KELM

GREGG
GALLAGHER

View our entire inventory online at


www.lundeenford.com
320-274-8211 800-457-8969
Sales Hours: M-Th 8-8; Fri. 8-7; Sat. 8-4:30
Service & Parts: M-Th 8-6; Fri. 8-5:30; Sat. 8-Noon

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