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Tyler Tribute - Page 10 Wednesda February22,2017 News from the cities of Ruthton and Holland and from Pipestone County It was a drizzly, damp, Holland News dark Monday morning By Rosie McGinty with the temperature read- ing of 52 degrees. I looked Darrell celebrated his out my utility window and 85th birthday Friday noticed all the ice in the morning at the Center by backyard was gone. When furnishing the rolls for cof- I unlocked the front door fee. Both Darrell and John there was a big puddle of were serenaded with song water along the street. It with Karen at the piano. must have rained in the John's birthday was the wee hours because I didn't 13th. May you both enjoy go to bed until almost mid- many more good years. night and there wasn't any It was out to Good Sam rain then. I'm happy to both Thursday and Friday have the ice all gone. so got to chat with many of Diane, Roger and I paid the residents. So had vis- our respects to Gladys its with Irene, Eva, Irma, Lingen at her visitation Eileen, Howard, Marian, Monday evening. It was Malva, SharonC.,SharonG. so nice to chat with her LeRoy, Sandra, Ann, Vera, children Chris, Alan, Mike, Clayton, and others. Sha- Larry, Steve and Connie ron C. had a nice surprise while there. I didn't get to Friday afternoon when see Diane as she arrived Renae E and Ava of Maple later. Services were held Grove, Diane and Roger for Gladys Tuesday morn- stopped to see her. Sharon ing at St. Martin's Catholic babysat Renae from the Church in Woodstock with time she was a baby until Monsignor Gerald Kosse she started school. Renae saying the Mass. She was and Ava were spending laid to rest beside her be- the weekend in Pipestone loved John in St. Martin being the weather was so Catholic Cemetery. May nice and she had time off she now rest in peace with from school. the angels. Folks--remember the Marie Zeinstra, Lana County Card Party is Alderson, Mary Steenstra scheduled for Tuesday, and I enjoyed the soup and Feb. 28 in Jasper with card salad luncheon at St. Gen- playing at 1:30 p.m. Come evieve Catholic Church in and join the folks as they Lake Benton last week. We fellowship is great and the had choice of four soups, lunch delicious. sandwiches and desserts. We were saddened at Itwasa delicious mealand coffee this morning to there was a good crowd of learn that Edna DeWilde men and women enjoying had passed away. She is a it. member of our American Mary, I arrie, Diane, Rog- Legion Auxiliary Unit and er and I enjoyed a Valen- has been for manyyears. tine supper out the first of last week. Spring truck weight restrictions start for central frost zone The Minnesota Depart- gross vehicle weight will ment of Transportation continue and new permits will start spring truck will be issued ifall axle and weight restrictions in the group weights arelegal. central frost zones Tues- Full-summeroverweight day, Feb. 21. permits can be issued dur- Removal of winter load ingthe springload restric- increases and start of tion period only on inter- spring load restrictions in state through movements. the south, southeast and Middle-range over- metro frost zones began weight permits become Friday, Feb. 17. available within each frost Road restriction maps zone when springload re- showing the locations of strictions are lifted. Full- weight-restricted routes summer overweight per- and those state highways mits become available two open to maximum 10-ton to three weeks after spring axle weights are listed at load restrictions are lifted. www.mndot.gov/loadlim- Ending dates for spring its. Click on "seasonal load load restrictions are vari- limits," and then "spring able and based on how load restrictions." Also weather is affecting road- available is a text list of the way strength. restricted segments and MnDOT will report exceptions to the map. dates on its 24-hour auto- Overweight permits for mated message center at more than 80,000 pound 1-800-723-6543. Submitted photo Above: The RTR fifth grade boys finished their season with first and second places out of eight teams at the Edgerton tournament on Feb. 11. Pictured left to right in front are Blake Christianson, Carson Gylling, Logan Roelofs, Isaac Norgaard, Aidan Johnson, Isaac Dagel and Alex Nilles; in back are Coach Jason Gunnare, Tarin Bingham, Kai Drake, Colby Frahm, Abe Gunnare, Drew Werkman, Kyle Thooft, Connor Si- monsen and Coach Jason Gylling. Below: The RTR fifth grade girls took first place in the Canby tournament, going 3-0 for the day. Pictured left to right in front are Kylie Kerkaert, Kylie Reber, Kelsi Vanderplaats, Kya Alderson, Tatum Hess and Briella Buchert; in back are Morgan Tommeraasen, Lily Klumper, Camry Swanson, Ally Nelson, Madi Burns, Abby Carr, Shae O'Leary and Gabi Borresen. Coaches are Shawn Nelson and Travis Borresen. i Submitted photo The Southwest Regional ceive one at the following Development Commission locations: (SRDC) is seeking com- Online at www.SWRDC. munity input via a public org- Scroll down the home survey and focus groups to to Latest News to find the assess the current trans- link to the survey. portation services in the SW Health and Human following counties through Services locations Feb. 24: Cottonwood, Jack- Lincoln County - 319 N son, Lincoln, Lyon, Murray, Rebecca St, Ivanhoe, MN Nobles, Pipestone, Red- 56142 wood, and Rock. Rock County - 2 Round- Anyone (user or non- wind Rd, Luverne, MN user of current services) 56156 interested in completing Lyon County- 607 West the public survey can re- Main, Marshall, MN 56258 Pipestone County - 1091 N Hiawatha Avenue, Pipestone, MN 56164, DENTAL CLINIC Switch to DIRECTV and Lock in your TV price at $50/month for 2 years when you have AT&T Wireless! PLUS: HB~ STARZ ~,W~E CALL NOW and ask about Next Day InstaLLation. IVS 855-/,19-/-,050 DIRECTV Dr. Richard Brown General Dentistry Clinic Hours: Monday through Thursday 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. Robert Rupp Construction, LLC Gravel and Dirt Hauling Basement and Excavating Ruthton, MN Bob and Cliff Phone 658-3632 or658-3336 Redwood County - 266 Focus group to please con- E Bridge Street, Redwood tact Judy Elling Przybilla, Falls, MN 56283 SRDC Development Plan- Murray County - 3001 her at 507/836-1642 or Maple Road, Slayton), MN by email at judyp@swrdc. 56172 org to reserve a seat. The Nobles County Health Community Focus Groups & Human Services - 315 are listed below: 10th Street, Worthington, Monday, Feb. 13, 2 p.m. MN56187 The Southwest Center SMOC Office- 1106 3rd for Independent Living Ave, Worthington, MN (SWCIL) - 109 5th Street, 56187 Suite 700, Marshall, MN UCAP Offices 56258 1400 Saratoga, Marshall, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2 p.m. MN 56258 United Community Ac- Windom/Jackson Office tion Partnership - 1400 - 115 South Highway, Jack- Saratoga, Marshall, MN son, MN 56143 56258 164 East 2nd Street, Tuesday, Feb. 21, 3:30 Redwood Falls, MN 56258p.m. SRDC - Center for Re- Biotechnology Advance- gional Development Office, ment Center (BAC) - 1527 2401 Broadway Avenue, Prairie Drive, Worthing- Slayton, MN. ton, MN 56187 Completed surveys can A date and location to be returned via fax to be determined in Walnut 507/836-886 or mail to Grove, MN. Center for Regional De-If there are any ques- velopment Office, 2401 tions regarding this press BroadwayAvenue, Slayton, release, please contact MN by Feb. 24, 2017. ]udy Elling Przybilla, SRDC Community Focus Development Planner at Groups are open to the 507/836-1642 or byemail general public. The SRDC at judyp@swrdc.org. is requesting anyone in- terested in attending a