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Tyler Tribute - Page 10 Ruthton News Wednesday, March 11, 2015 <.. uffalo Ridg News from the cities of Ruth :on and Holland and from Pipestone Count,1 Photo by Mark Wilmes Scouts raise money in Tyler RusselI-Tyler-Ruthton Pack 29 helped the Tyler Kiwanis in February, helping raise money for Cub Scout day camp enrollment--from left to right in front are Miles Christensen, Tyson Dreckman, Anthony Lovre and Kyle Kallemeyn, and in back, Brand Morris, Karen Dagel and Adelle Kallemeyn. PUBLIC NOTICE Eden-lhlen hosted County Card Party with Johannsen winning le players and only three people to play Hand 'n Foot, but, they got by with a dummy. High score went to Bill lohannsen with a 6,990 and Harold DeKam was runner-up with 6,410. The Hand 'n Foot prize went to Leona Frank and Harry Stuckenbroker won the door prize. It was a fun afternoon--good fellow- ship and a delicious lunch. It will be nice to have Connect Hearing from Marshall return to Pipe- stone for one day a month soon. That's what they told me the last time I called for batteries. I was told they would be putting an announcement in the Pip- estone Star as to the date and time. Last Tuesday afternoon the County Card Party was hosted by the Eden-Ihlen gals at their Center. There were six tables of Pinoch- TOCK OMMUNICATIONS Starting in March, Woodstock Telephone Company will become Woodstock Communications. This evolved brand more accurately reflects the spectrum of high-tech communications services we are now able to bring you. If you have any questions, call us at 507-658-3830 or visit www.woodstocktel.net. WCODSTOCK @ Holland News By Rosie McGinty The next County Card Par- ty will be in Edgerton on Tuesday, March 24 start- ing at 1:30 p.m. Friday afternoon my valet driver saw that I got to Good Sam after do- ing some shopping first. Happy to see me were ]eanette, Irma, John, Eva, Marion M., Eileen, Bey, Es- ther, Loretta, Gilbert and Sherri, as I visited with all of them. Besides, it was nice to see Bonnie Dreck- man of Balaton and meet Susie Johnson of Florence. Susie's husband worked for Dwayne Bents and Su- zanne Murphy who had Worthington Excavating. Both Dwayne and Susie's husband Bruce were fight- ing cancer at the same time, but both men lost their battle. Friday night Diane, Roger and I were among the many folks enjoying the fish supper at St. Leo's Church. The Prairie Grangers 4-H Club members and their leaders treated the Dr. Richard Brown General Dentistry Clinic Hours: Monday   I through ,1 Thursday  8a.m.-5p.m.   I Call: 507-734-2251 COMMUNICATIONS local senior citizens to a bingo party Sunday after- noon which was enjoyed by many. Prizes were awarded. The 4-H Club holds their meetings at the Center throughout the year so are very thankful for that. This past Sunday Darwin and Connie prepared and took dinner to the home of Tim and ]oyce LaBrune. They picked up Dorothy LaBrune along the way, who furnished the dessert and they all enjoyed the time together. Later Doro- thy played bingo at the Center with the folks and was lucky as usual. Saturday Diane, Roger and I were among the guests greeting Bill John- son for his 80th birthday. Later we drove to Rush- more on icy roads to the Bents home where we were supper guests. Later we attended the Worthington High School Musical per- formance of Cole Porter's 'Anything Goes" at the Me- morial Auditorium. Quinn Bents was part of the cast. The play took place on the S.S. American Ocean Liner sailing from New York to England in the 1930s. The students were excellent. Robert Rupp Construction, LLC Gravel and Dirt Hauling Basement and Excavating Ruthton, MN Bob and Cliff Phone 658-3632 or658-3336 - Trends for southwest Minnesota farmland rental rates unknown What are the trends in farmland rental rates and where are they going in 201571 have just complet- ed 45 workshops across the state and asked this question multiple times to each audience. What direction should rents go in 20157 I had three pos- sible answers, they could stay the same, they could go up .or they could go down. How you answer this depends on your cir- cumstances. Many farmers are look- ing at losses in 2015 for both corn and soybeans, but need to maintain their current farm size and are going to pay the same rate as last year even if it creates a loss at current prices hoping commod- ity prices will rise. In the FINBIN data base for the last five years from 2009 to 2013 rental rates have increased at a yearly rate of 11.8 percent. Commod- ity prices started declin- ing from record highs in 2012 and continued lower in 2013 and 2014. This in- cludes half of this average increase or 5.9 percent to get the estimate for 2014 average county rental rates. For 2015, commod- ity prices continue lower. A 2.95 percent increase was applied to 2014 rates to get an estimate for 2015 farmland rental rates. There will be pressure Extension News By Dave Bau, U of M Extension for higher farmland rental rates to go down in 2015 due to the steep decline in corn prices and lower a smaller decline in soybean prices. As I traveled the state, four counties had conducted farmland rental surveys and in each coun- ty rents declined in 2015 from 2014. One county de- clined by 7.7 percent, an- other 8.9 percent, another $9 per acre and another from an average of $290 in 2014 to $264 average for 2015. Can farmland rents con- tinue the increasing trend in 20157 The projected 2015 corn and soybean total income and expens- es would indicate a loss at current cash forward contract prices available using historic yields and 2014 rents and expenses. This could cause lower or flat farmland rental rates in 2015 as compared to 2014. To find more rental information go to Univer- sity of Minnesota Exten- sion's home page http:// www.extension.umn.edu/, click on ':Agriculture" Icon, then 'Agricultural Busi- ness Management" and then click "Land Econom- ics" Icon. Here you will find a wealth of information. IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ASSESSMENT AND CLASSIFICATION OF PROPERTY This may affect yamr 2016 property tax payments. Notice is hereby given that the follow- ing is a schedule of the 2015 Boards of Appeal and Equalization and Open Book Meetings. The purpose of this meeting is to determine whether tax- able property in the jurisdiction has been properly valued and classified by the assessor, and to determine wheth- er corrections need to be made. If you believe the value or classifi- cation of your property is incorrect, please contact your assessor's office to discuss your concerns. If you are still not satisfied with the valuation or clas- sification after discussing it with your assessor, you may appear before the local beard of appeal and equalization. The beard shall review the valuation, classification, or both if necessary, and shall correct it as needed. Generally, an appearance before your local board of appeal and equalization is required by law before an appeal can be taken to the county board of appeal and equalization. You may appear before the Boards of Appeal and Equalization in person, through a letter, or through a representative authorized by you. 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