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Wednesday, August 7, 2013 Tyler Tribute - Page 7 Photo by Rol~rt Wolflngton :reet in The Tyler Fire Department responded to a fire at 144 Bradley Street on Fri- day, Aug. 2 in Tyler. No injuries were reported and the fire was quickly under control. There are several ways wildlife habitat), CP10reduction or cancellation of utilizing the cover on (vegetative cover, grasses of the CRP contract. As Conservation Reserve Pro- already established) and soon as haying or grazing gram (CRP) acreages, of CP38E (pheasant habitat), is completed, participants which the most important Harvesting is allowed on are required to report the are Managed Harvesting both existing and new con- number of acres actually (Haying), Managed Graz- tracts, provided the cover hayed or grazed. ing, and Emergency Hay- has been established for at A payment reduction of ing and Grazing. The Emer- least 12 months. The same 25 percent of the annual gency Haying and Grazing acreage may not be hayed rental rate will be assessed are only available during and grazed, only one oron theacresactuallyhayed periods when excessive the other is allowed, or grazed. moisture or drought result Managed Harvesting If a CRP participant does in at least 40 percent loss and Grazing are only au- not own anylivestock, they in normal hay and pasture thorized once every three may rent or lease the hay- production, or when the years, from Aug. 2 through ing or grazing rights to an county is designated as a Sept. 15. Bales or livestock eligible livestock producer. Level D2 Drought-Severe must be removed from the Before haying or grazing on the U.S. Drought Moni- CRP acreage by Sept. 15. begins, the livestock pro- tot. CRP participants must ducer must complete and The only practices eligi- request and receive writ- sign the Terms and Condi- ble for haying or grazing in ten approval from the FSA tions Agreement form con- Lincoln County are the CP1 office before beginning any firming that they will not (permanent introduced haying or grazing of CRP sublease the CRPacreage. grasses and legumes), CP2 acreage. Failure to request (permanent native grass- and receive authorization es), CP4D (permanent will result in a payment : enisnamedi at Murray Coun Co d of 42 degrees Proud Sponsor of the L.A. Amundson Scholarship Fund Lake Benton Member Phone: 507-368-4261 ~ML~ LENDER all in RTR athletes interested in being a part of the ex- citement this fall will be- gin practice on Aug. 12 for high school students and Aug. 19 for middle school students. High school vol- leyball players are to re- port to Coach Williams and staff at the RTR High School gym at 7:30 a.m. Football players should re- port to Coach Buysse and staff, also at 7:30 a.m. Mid- dle school athletes should report on Monday, Aug. 19 for practice. Middle school football will be held in Tyler, but middle school volleyball will be held in Russell. Please refer to the enclosed bus schedule for pick up times in each com- munity. There was a preseason meeting required for all participants in the high school library on Aug. 6. Football players and par- ents met at 7 p.m., while volleyball players and par- ents met at 7:45 p.m. At- tendance was mandatory. High school morning and afternoon volleyball and football practice times for Aug. 12-13 and 16: 7 a.m. Leave Ruthton; 5 p.m. Leave Ruthton 7:15 a.m. Leave Russell; 5:15 p.m. Leave Russell 7:30 a.m. Arrive Tyler; 5:30 p.m. Arrive Tyler 8 a.m. Practice begins; 6 p.m. Practice begins 10 a.m. Practice ends; 8 p.m. Practice ends 10:15 a.m. Leave Tyler;with the following bus 8:15 p.m. Leave Tyler times: 10:30 a.m. Arrive Ruth-2:45 p.m. Leave Ruthton ton; 8:30 p.m. Arrive Ruth- 3 p.m. Leave Russell ton 3:15 p.m. Arrive Tyler 10:45 a.m. Arrive Rus- 3:30 p.m. Practice be- sell; 8:45 p.m. Arrive Rus- gins sell 6 p.m. Practice ends Practice for high school 6:15 p.m. Leave Tyler football and volleyball for 6:30 p.m. Arrive Ruth- Aug. 14-15, Teacher Work- ton shop days, practice will be 6:45 p.m. Arrive Russell the after school schedule Home of the Knights! High Sch lEvents Monday, Aug. 12 - High school football condition- ing begins; High school volleyball practice begins Wednesday, Aug. 14 - RTR Teacher Inservice Thursday, Aug. 15 - RTR Teacher Inservice; High School Open House, 4:30-6:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 16 - Athletic Press Night Monday, Aug. 19 - First day of school Muddle" School Events Wednesday, Aug. 14 - RTR Teacher Inservice; Middle School Open House, 4:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 15 - RTR Teacher Inservice Monday, Aug. 19 - First day of school Wednesday, Aug. 14 - RTR Teacher Inservice Thursday, Aug. 15 - RTR Teacher Inservice; High School Open House, 4:30-6:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 19 - First day of school High School Middle School Elementary School PO Box 659 PO Box 310 PO Box B Tyle~ MN 56178 Russell, MN 56169Ruthton, MN 56170 507-247-5911 507-823-4371 507-658-3301 While many volunteers organ transplant recipi- an appointment as soon as generously responded ents, as well as those re- possible. to the emergency call for ceiving treatment for can- Upcoming blood dona- blood donations from the cer or sickle cell disease, tion opportunities in Lin- American Red Cross in July, may depend on lifesaving coin County: donors of all blood types, transfusions. In fact, ev- Aug. 27 from 2-7 p.m. at especially O negative, A ery two seconds a patient American Legion Hall, 138 negative and B negative, in the U.S. needs a blood E. Bradley Ave. in Tyler. are still needed this sum- transfusion. Aug. 28 from 2-7 p.m. at mer. Blood products are The Red Cross, on be- VFW, 116 E. Saxon in Ivan- being distributed to hos- half of the hospitals and hoe. pitals almost as quickly as patients it serves, appre- Aug. 29 from 1:30-6:30 donations are comingin, ciates all those who take p.m. at American Legion Blood and platelets are the time to help save lives. Hall, 114 S. Center St. in needed for many reasons. Visit or Lake Benton. Accident and burn victims, call 1-800-RED CROSS to heart surgerypatientsand learn more and schedule Steven Snow, MD Eric Ocompo, MD LuAnn Weber, PA.C Morda Kells, CNP Visiting Specialists Dr. Mark Gordon, AID Not here in August Dr. Evelio Garcia, AID Wednesday, August 14 Orthopedics and Dr. Jeffrey Kalo, DO Tuesday, August 20 Dr. Travis Penner, DP Wednesday, August 28 Dr. David Elson, MD Not here in August Oa/GYN DnKevinGildne~MD Thursday, August 8 Dr JaneGaetz~MD, FACOG Thursday, August 15 lrgtr Dr TraciKruse, MD Tuesday, August 6 and 27 llmlagx Dr. Erol Uke, MD Thursday, August 8 O_ntometrv and Onhthalmolo~v. Dr. Alyssa Snyder, OD Tuesday, August 6 and 20 Tyler Medical Clinic 240 Willow St., Tyler MN For appointments call 507-247-5921 Lake Benton Clinic 109 E. Benton, Lake Benton MN For appointments call 507-368-4323. Monthly Services Cardiac Rehab Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays Physical Therapy Monday - Friday Registered Dietician Wednesdays CT Scan 7 days a week Mammogram Tuesdays Chemotherapy Tuesdays MRI Tuesdays Ultrasound Mondays and Thursdays Occupational Therapy Monday - Friday Nailcare and Blood Pressure Screening Clinics Lake Benton Senior Center - 3rd Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. Balaton, Lakeview Senior Housing - 4th Tuesday at 8:45 a.m. Tyler, Danebod Village - 4th Friday at 1:30 p.m. No appointments necessary. Call 507-247-5974 for information. Special Events nd Diabetes Support Group- 2 Thursday 7 p.m. at Tyler Alliance Church Grief Support Group - 1't Thursday 1:30-2:30 p.m. in THC Conference Room 1 Cancer Support Group - 2"~ Monday 7 p.m. at the Danebod community room Caregivers Support Group - 1't Wednesday 9:30-10:30 a.m. in the THC Conference Room