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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 Tyler Tribute - Page 5 Submitted photo Grapplers compete in Brookings RTR wrestlers competed at Buffalo Nationals in Brookings, South Dakota on Jan. 28-29, and Gopher Nationals in Monticello on Feb. 11-12. Buffalo and Gopher Nationals are part of the Midwest Wrestling Tour and included over 1,200 wrestlers from 15 different states, competing for the top six places. RTR wrestlers, left to right in front, are Tyler Kraft - fourth place Buffalo and third place Gopher, Drew Chandler, Joshua Kraft - third place Buffalo and third place Gopher, and Sean Griesse. In back are Levi Kraft, Brayden Chandler - fifth place Buffalo and sixth place Gopher, and Colton Chandler - fifth place Buf- falo and sixth place Gopher. Here are some easy and quick party appetizers and dips Last weekend, I hosted The Family Fork ter. Mix together small our Wine and Words Book iJJ amounts equal parts olive Club. Don't ask what book Danielle Brandt oil and balsamic vinegar, if we read though. As the Darla Bagger desired, and drizzle over years have gone on, we platter. are all busier and busier For a sweet treat, an with family activities, easy 3-ingredient choco- etc. So, it seems we have late dip that goes espe- evolved into a group of cially well with strawber- girls who still enjoy a t. garlic salt or pow- ries and bananas. I love night out together once der cinnamon and chocolate in a while but don't very Mix all ingredients together but could leave often actually all read the together well. the cinnamon out, too, if same books. Ha! Anyway, Next is a cute appetizer you aren't a fan. I thought this week I that I saw in the Aiireci- Fluffy Chocolate would share a few of the pes magazine. It is easily Fruit Dip appetizer recipes I made. customizable and finger 8oz. container Cool All are VERY simple and foods are always a hit with Whip tasty. First, this mustard adults and kids alike. We 3A c. chocolate chips dip is one that should be made some with" cheese(milk or semi-sweet) made at least a few hours and some with cheese t. ground cinnamon ahead- the day before is tortellini. Place the chocolate best. This gives all the Greek Salad on a Stickchips in a microwave safe ingredients a chance to Cherry Tomatoes bowl. Microwave for 30 meld and the sugar time Kalamata olives (pitted) seconds, then remove and to fully dissolve. It goes " Cubed Feta or moz- stir. Microwave in addi- great with pretzel sticks zarella cheese tional 15 second intervals and keeps well in the Sliced Cucumbers (stirring in between) fridge. Olive oil and Balsamicuntil chocolate is melted. Mustard Dip/Dressing vinegar, if desired Stir cinnamon into the I c. mayonnaise Party Toothpicks chocolate, then fold in Scant c. sugar Slide a tomato, cucum-c. of Cool Whip. Mix until 4 t. mustard (yellow or bet slice, olive, and cheese completely combined. Dijon) cube onto each toothpick Add in the rest of the cool 4 t. oil and arrange on a plat-whip and serve with fruit. Bowling Scores from Ma and Pa's Lanes Monday Men's Knudsen's BP 42 18 Gackstetter's 38.5 21.5 Enemark Seeds 35.5 24.5 Wreckin' Crew 33.5 26.5 Thomsen Hardware 29 31 Rich's Plumbing 28 32 Kronborg Inn 24.5 35.5 BYE 0 0 High scores: Bob Sichmeller 265, 201, 636; Darren Lutterman 235, 212, 196, 643; Kevin Kuestermeyer 234, 576; Shawn Nelson 225, 217, 620; Clair Drake 214, 514; Mike Oney 212, 189, 573; Matt Serreyn 211. 197, 560; - Travis King 207; Brad Wilmes 205, 517; Travis Borresen 204, 548; Kyle Johnson 203, 203, 190, 596; Taylor Brust 203; Eric Oca- mpo 201, 187, 549; Scott Johnson 200, 191, 549; Kris Vos 200, 536; ]ason Nielsen 198, Thursday Mixed EZ-DUZ-ITS 24.5 11.5 Wild Bunch 20 16 Not-So-Hots 16 20 King Pins 11.5 24.5 High scores: Don Thoma 191, 178, 174, 543; Greg Raschke 190, 172, 521; Jason Luckhardt 190; Andy Schelhaas 181, 161; Jared Dagel 177; Nathan Althoff 170 Saturday Mixed RTFB Strikers 9 7 Lutterrnan-Kern-Houselog 9 7 Wilmes-VanDeVere 8 8 Wichern-Paradis 6 10 High scores: Brad Wilmes 201; Curt Paradis 198, 173; Darren Lutterman 196, 194, 179, 569; Mic VanDeVere 193; 187, 508; Troy 1.81; 512; Chuck Gackstetter 195, 188; Ryan Houselog 193, 189, 540; Collin Christensen Schreurs 190, 524; Dennis Jensen 189, 519; 189, 178, 169, 536; Joseph Wichern 175; Adam Wieme 188, 505; Craig Hess 182,526; Cody VanEck 167; Carmen Christensen 160; Dallas Sitzmann 515 Jackie Paradis 214, 189, 181, 584; Peggy Balaton Press Tribune--Jon Knochen- mus spoke to the Balaton City Council about his purchase of the golf course in the Eastbay Addition, as well as some adjoining lots, and his vision of its future Edgerton Enterprise--Single stream recycling continues to be a topic for the county. With the recent renewal of the recycling contract with VanDyke's the public will have to continue to sort. Hendricks Pioneer--The oxygen lev- els in Lake Hendricks have improved on the South Dakota side of the lake, The Minnesota side has also improved in the lower depths according to the DNR. Ivanhoe Times---The Lincoln County _Corn and Soybean Growers Associa- tion held their 16th annual meeting City Meeting to give input on whether or not to keep a local police force or lease police coverage from Lincoln County. Murray County News--Peter and Kris- ta Beerman have purchased The Vine coffee shop located on Broadway Av- enue in downtown Slayton. They had also hoped to be involved in ministry with Peter now being a pastor at The Rescue church. Pipestone County Star--The City of Pipestone and the civic nonprofit group, Pipestone Forward, will host a community a conversation forum fc in shaping the future Tracy Headlight city District Court Wilmes 179, 165; Colleen Wichern 173; Kathi and banquet with almost 100 mem- decision that threw out $145,000 of Wednesday Women's VanDeVere 171, 166, 163, 500; Kara Chris- bers in attendance on Feb. 4 at the special assessments from a 2015 City TE Underground 179.5 tensen 163, 162 Center Post in Lake Benton. infrastructure project should be :.ap- Jo.hn~onTrendhing~ 132 Lake Benton Valleylournal--Commu-, pealed. The City of Tracy iiaS untiL_ '.~b~rTaverfi ' 131.5 Sunday l~ixed nity members attended the first All- iarch 4to file an appeal, o Powertift 13 3 High Games/High Series: Lena Burckhardt 1~ Sara Thomas 167; Sandy Enemark 176; Anna Kuestermeyer 179; Sue Fischer 183; Monica Lutterman 210; Kathi VanDeVere 168, 179, 503 Efficient Electric 12 4 Rogers-Jorgensen 7 9 BYE 0 0 High scores: Darwin Sietsema 180, 165; Michael Berger 173; Evan Rogers 171; Jared Dagel 168, 168; Reid Jorgensen 162 TGC continued from page3 Tournament Aug. 11 - Polish Days June 20 - TGC WOmen's 4-Person Scramble If you don't have a paint Invitational 2-Person Best Aug. 19 - Tyler Fire De- brush or roller, that's okay Ball partment Tournament --we will find you one.June 25-TGC Guardian/ Still have some time to A huge thank you to BobYouth Tournament payyourmembershipdues and Brenda Sichmeller July 9 - TGC 2-Person (by Feb. 28) and receive a (Thomsen Hardware) for Tournament twopercentdiscountalong donating all the paint--an July 12 - TGC Youth with a golf voucher for 18 amazing donation! Please Tournament holes. You can pay by mail- come out and help make July 15 - SMSU Footballing a check to the Club- the job a little easier. Tournament house (420 County Road Tournament dates for July 17 - Women's Golf 7, Tyler, MN 56178), stop the year (dates are subject Cup at the Clubhouse (please to change): July 21 - TGC Aebleskiv- call prior to make sure the June 3 - TGC 1-Person er Tournament Clubhouse is open) or call Best Ball Aug. 6 - Knotty Pine and pay with a credit card June 11 - TGC Couple's 2-Person Best Ball (507-247-3242). SDSU Ice Cream Feed andety of activities unique to RTR FFA Pancake Feed. each of the more than 180 continued from page 1 Minnesota FFA mem- FFA chapters in Minnesota. week, chapters conduct a bers will gather at theToday's FFA members are variety of activities to help Minnesota State Capitolthe innovators and lead- others in their school and on Thursday, Feb. 23 toers of tomorrow. Through community learn about celebrate FFA Day at the agricultural and hands-on FFA and agricultural edu- Capitol. FFA members will learnin they are prepar- cation. RTR FFA will cel- meet with local legislators ing for 235 unique career ebrate National FFA Week to celebrate agricultural opportunities in the food, by participating in theeducation and FFA. The fiber and natural resourc- following activities: Baby nearly 11,000 Minnesotaes industry. 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