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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 Tyler Tribute - Page 7 Submitted photo RTR's 6th grade girls basketball team picked up championship medals two weekends in a row. The first weekend of February the girls traveled to Comfrey, defeating New UIm Cathedral 23-7, Comfrey 35-3 and Mountain Lake 29-6 to take first place. On the second weekend the team took top honors in the Canby tournament, defeating Lake Benton 29-16, Montevideo 21-20 in overtime, and Yellow Medicine East 22-4. Pictured left to right in front are Morgan Brust, Hannah Wendland, Ainsley Novak and Ella Hesse; in back are Coach Steve Hesse, Whitney Bruns. Kyah Ellefson, Halle Gravley, Lexi Schreurs, Emilea Thooft, Rylie Serreyn, Madison Lawrence and Coach Lissa Graviey. pming 55+ improvement program offered in February The Minnesota High- ticipants will be provided way Safety Center will be the latest information in offering a 55+ Driver Im- regards to driver safety, provement Course on the new laws, and vehicle following days: technology. This class has Feb. 22-23, Eight-hoursomething for everyone! First-Time Course, 5-9For more information or p.m., Redwood Valley to register, visit our web- School - tom Ed, 100 site at www.mnsafetycen- George Ramseth Dr., Red- ter.org or call TOLL FREE wood Falls 1-(888)-234-1294 Feb. 28 and March 2, Persons age 55 and Eight-hour First-Time older who complete the Course, 5-9 p.m., Middle course qualify for a 10 School - Com. Ed., 401 S. percent discount on their Saratoga St., Marshallauto insurance premiums The Driver Improve- for three years, accord- ment course is open to the ing to Minnesota law. public; pre-registration is First-time participants requested. A MN Highway must complete the initial Safety and Research Cen- eight hours of training ter certified instructor anda four-hour refresher teaches this class. By uti- class every three years to lizing the most up-to-date maintain the 10 percent research in the field, par- discount. MSU- Mankato announces Dean's The Academic High College Notes Honor and Honor lists (Dean's lists) for the past Minnesota State Manka- fall semester at Minnesota to, a comprehensive State University, Mankato university with 15,110 have been announced by students, is part of the Provost and Senior Vice Minnesota State system, President for AcademicAf- which comprises 31 state fairs Marilyn Wells. institutions. Among 3,282 students, a Elkton, South Dakota-- total of 812 students quali- Amy Sanderson, JR, Honor fled for the High Honor List List by achieving a 4.0 straight Lake Benton--Tessa Lu- 'W' average, while 2,470 eck, SR, Honor List students earned a 3.5 to Pipestone--Madeleine 3.99 average to qualify for Kennedy, SO, High Honor the Honor List. List; Malaya Saenlouan- To qualify for academic graj, JR, Honor List; Jacob honors, undergraduate Scofieid, JR, Honor List students must be enrolled Tyler--Kaleb Larsen, SO, for at least 12 credit hours Honor List for the semester. Submitted photo The Knights of Columbus held their District Free Throw Championship on Feb. 5 at the Murray County Central high school gym. Winners and their age groups are, from left in front, Tyler Wichmann (9) and Kelli Miller (9), both from Balaton, Addisyn Serreyn (10) from Tyler, Hudson Schryvers (10) from Slayton, Aiden Wichmann (11) from Balaton and Ally Nelson (11) from Tyler; in back are Cody Wichmann (12) from Balaton, Faith Thomsen (12) from Tyler, Allie Christianson (13) from Tyler, Blake Schmitz (13) from Currie, Brayden Ahlers (14) from Slayton and McKinley Schreurs (14) from Arco. These winners will participate in the Knights of Columbus Regional Free Throw Championship later this month in Fairmont. Jan. 30--At 5:13 p.mo the Lincoln County Sher- iff's Office received a re- Sheriff's Report ship and cited for speed. From the Lincoln County Sheriff's Department At 10:25 p.m., the Lin- coln County Sheriff's Of- During Red Cross Month in March, the American Red Cross encourages eli- gible donors to join in its lifesaving mission by giv- ing blood. Since 1943, every U.S. president has designated March as Red Cross Month to recognize how the Red Cross helps people across the country and around the world. Red Cross Month is a celebration of support- ers, who are the face of the Red Cross in their com- munities and bring hope to people facing emergen- cies. Blood donor Timothy Sheely knows the need firsthand. His wife re- quired 12 units of blood during emergency surgery following the birth of their son. "If it had not been for blood donors, she might not have survived;' he said. "Thanks to generous blood donors, I still have a wife and my kids still have their mum. I can't possibly thank those people in per- son, but I can give a little piece of me back with each port of a theft in Tyler. The At 2:29 p.m.,48-year-old Falls, South Dakota was Tyler Police DepartmentDaniel Duane VonWahlde stopped in Verdi Township responded and handled of Avon, South Dakota and issued a citation for the matter, was stopped in Marshfield speed. At 9:07 p.m., receivedTownship cited for speed. Feb. 4--At9:56 a.m.,the a report of some suspi- At 2:45 p.m., 25-year-old Lincoln County Sheriff's cious activity in Arco. The Holly Nicole Olberding of Office received a report Lincoln County Sheriff's Minneota was stopped inof a vandalism in Lake Office responded and the Marshfield Township andBenton. The Lake Benton incident was resolved, issued a citation for speed Police Department is cur- Jan. 31 At 8:39 a.m., and no proof of insurance, rently investigating the the Lyon County Sheriff's At 8:26 p.m., 34-year- matter. Office requested the Tyler old Kendall Ray Bunney of Feb. 5--At 1:45 a.m., Ambulance be paged for a Walker, Iowa was stopped the Lincoln County Sher- single-vehicle rollover just in Lake Benton and cited iff's Office made a routine into Lyon County. The Ty- for driving after suspen- traffic stop in Hendricks ler Ambulance responded sion and expired registra- Township. As a result, a and assisted in the matter, tion. passenger of the vehicle, Injuries unknown. Feb. 3 At 10:40 a.m., 27-year-old Wade Allen Feb. 1--At 1:10 p.m., received a report of some Schwarz ofHendricks, was received a report of some suspicious activity in Hen- issueda citation for having suspicious activity in Hope dricks. The Lincoln County an open container. Township. The Lincoln Sheriff's Office responded Feb. 7--At 2:07 p.m., County Sheriff's Office and and handled the incident. 35-year-old Adam Blake Tyler Police Department At9:02p.m.,24-year-old Gillund of Hendricks was are currently investigating Chad Dale Teslaa of Sioux stopped in Royal Town- the matter. At 3:40 p.m., the Lincoln rice received a report of some damage to property Sheriff's report continues on page 13 County Sheriff's Office re- ceived a report of some vandalism in Ivanhoe. The Ivanhoe Police Depart- ment is currently investi- gating the situation. Feb. 2--At 12:17 p.m., 54-year-old Bryce Milton Kindt of Garretson, South Dakota was stopped in Shaokatan Township and issued a citation for speed. What do Honda, Chevy, Ford and Toyota have in common? e;osauulw ul sJea UalO;S jo ]o he aJe Aaql " Avera m March 7 donation for the greater good." The Red Cross depends on blood donor heroes across the nation to collect enough blood to meet the needs of patients at ap- proximately 2,600 hospi- tals nationwide. Donors of all blood types, especially type (3, are needed to help those rely on blood prod- ucts. Make an appointment to become a hero to patients in need by downloading the free Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting red- crossblood.org or calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800- 733-2767). Upcoming blood dona- tion opportunities Balaton--March 3, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Community Center, 134 3rd St. MarshallnMarch 3, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Lyon County Government Center, 607 West Main St. Tracy--March 2, 12:30- 6:30 p.m., Tracy United Methodist Church, 162 Morgan St. Center Avera to schedule your ~ram todayl 1 WOMAN IN 8WILL RECEIVE A BREAST CANCER DIAGNOSIS DURING HER LIFETIME. and think about the future. Report Auto Theft: 1-800-359-HEAT AVCAIVl.org