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Wednesday, August 7, 2013 Tyler Tribute - Page 11 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Submitted photo The Nifty Fifty's Womens Softball Team members proudly show off their Silver Medals and the South Dakota sign following their second place finish at the Na- tional Senior Games Team members pictured above, from left to right in front, are Kay Jorenby of Brookings, S.D., Waynette Geigle of Pollock, S.D., Deh Bodenst- edt of Yankton, S.D., Lori ]erred of Vermillion, S.D., Darlene Kuhnel of Flandrean, SD. and Colleen Holm of Brookings, S.D In the back row, from left to right, are Coach Tom Morgan of Sioux Falls, S.D., Delores McKeown of Flandreau, S.D., Phyl- lis Parkhurst of Hill City, Virginia Schulte of Tyler, Janet Beltman of Platte, S.D., Cindy Boggs of Mitchell, SD. and Coach Orland Geigle of Pollock, S.D. all The South Dakota Nifty They lost their first game ton, Texas. Fifty's Women's Softball to La S'ports (Louisiana This was the first time Team took second place in and Georgia), 18-6. How- that South Dakota was the A Division for the 50- ever, they rebounded to represented by two teams 54-year-old age group at defeat the Ohio Rockers at the National Games. The the National Senior Games (Ohio), 11-8. Muth/Sioux Valley Elec- held in Cleveland, OhioIn the bracket play, they tric team was made up of on July 20-23. This is the won one and lost two. members mostly from the fourth time that the team They defeated the Jersey Mitchell, S.D. area. has competed at the No-Gals (New Jersey), 12-3. Inpoolplay, Muth/Sioux tional Senior Games andThey lost to Serious Fun Valley lost two, to the the second place finish is (Tennessee), 17-1, and to NE Ohio Hot Flashes and their best overall result. Abe's Babes 2 (Illinois), Abe's Babes 2. In bracket One team member was 4-2. The game with Abe's play, they lost to the Ohio Waynette Geigle of Pol-Babes was called after five Rockers and La S'ports. lock, S.D. Other members innings dueto rain. The tournament was included Darlene Kuh- As a result of their scheduled to be completed nel and Delores McK- bracket play, the Nifty Fif- on July 22, but several rain eown of Flandreau, S.D., ty's were placed in the A delays moved games back Kay ]orenby and ColleenDivision for the rest of the to July 23. Some of the Holm of Brookings, S.D., tournament. They won by Muth/Sioux Valley team Lori ]erred of Vermillion, forfeit over Muth/Sioux members had to return S.D., Deb Bodenstedt ofValley Electric (South Da- to South Dakota before Yankton, S.D., Janet Belt- kota) then defeated CTthe game with the Nifty man of Platte, S.D., Phyllis Senior Moments (Con- Fifty's, which was sched- Parkhurst of Hill City, S.D., necticut), 15-12, in an uled for 8 a.m. on July 23. Cindy Boggs of Mitchell, extra-inning game to ad- Consequently, they had to S.D., and Virginia Schulte vance to the A Division forfeit that game. (Scores of Tyler. championship game. In the for their games were not There were 19 teams in championship game theyavailable.) the Womens 50-54 age di- were soundly defeated by The South Dakota Senior 'r VisiOm Eaeht am had two: the Golden Girls (Virginia), Games are held each year. pool games to begin play, 19-0, to end up in second The games this year are set and then were seeded onplace, for Sept. 5-9 at Rapid City, a master bracket sched-The National Senior S.D. They are open to any- ule. During the course of Games are held every two one who is age 50 or older bracket play, they were di- years. The Nifty Fifty's and offer competition in vided into the AAA, AA or have previously competed 22 individual sports and A Division. in 2007 at Louisville, Ky., two team sports. The Nifty Fifty's were in 2009 at San Francisco, Atthe 2014 State Games, one and one in pool play. Calif., and in 2011 at Hous- which will also be held in Rapid City, S.D., individuals and/or teams can qualify for the 2015 National Se- nior Games. 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MIN#: 100195910002136201 LENDER OR BROKER AND MORT- GAGE ORIGINATOR STATED ON THE MORTGAGE: First NLC Financial Ser- vices, LLC, DBA the Lending Center SERVICER: JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. DATE AND PLACE OF FILING: Filed May 3, 2006, Pipestone County Re- corder, as Document Number 197202 ASSIGNMENTS OF MORTGAGE: As- signed to: U.S. Bank National Associa- tion, as Trustee, successor in interest to Bank of America, National Associa- tion as Trustee as successor by merger to LaSalle Bank National Association, as Trustee for Certificateholders of Bear Stearns Asset Backed Securities I LLC, Asset-Backed Certificates, Series 2006-HE7; Dated: March 5, 2013 filed: March 11, 2013, recorded as docu- ment number 212140 LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PROP- ERTY: Lot Eleven (11), Block One (1}, Hill- side Addition to the City of Pipestone PROPERTY ADDRESS: 721 2Nd Ave Sw, Pipestone, MN 56164 PROPERTY IDENTIFICATION NUM- BER: 18.540.0130 COUNTY IN WHICH PROPERTY IS LOCATED: Pipestone THE AMOUNT CLAIMED TO BE DUE ON THE MORTGAGE ON THE DATE OF THE NOTICE: $75,211.93 THAT all pre-foreclosure require- ments have been complied with; that no action or proceeding has been insti- tuted at law or otherwise to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof; PURSUANT, to the power of sale contained in said mortgage, the above described property will be sold by the Sheriff of said county as follows: July 21--At approxi- mately 7 a.m., received a report of a theft in Royal Township. After further investigation deputies were informed of a domes- tic abuse case and a male party was arrested and charged for the offense. The theft is still under in- vestigation by the Lincoln County Sheriff's Depart- ment. At 11 p.m., the Lincoln County Sheriff's Depart- ment received a call of an assault in Hendricks. The sheriff's department re- sponded and is the situa- tion was resolved. July 22--At approxi- mately 12:30 a.m., the sheriff's department re- ceived a noise complaint in the City of Hendricks. Two officers arrived and handled the matter. A call came into the sheriff's office regarding a structure fire in Drammen Township at approximate- ly 6:30 a.m. The Eikton Fire Department, along with the Lake Benton First Responders, Hendricks Ambulance and Lincoln County Sheriff's Depart- ment responded. At 12:30 p.m., an indi- vidual came into the sher- iff's office to report a hit and run that had occurred in Ivanhoe. The Ivanhoe Police Department inves- tigated the situation and it was taken care of. July 24--At approxi- Sheriff's Report From the Lincoln County Sheriff's Department mately 10:45 a.m., a call City of Tyler and a female came into the sheriff's of- was arrested and charged rice regarding a tractor fire with assault. The Lincoln in Verdi Township. The County Sheriff's Depart- Lake Benton Fire Depart- ment, along with the Lake ment responded and ex- Benton and Tyler Police tinguished the fire. Departments, responded July 2S--At approxi- and handled the situation. mately 12 p.m., received a At 5:30 p.m., a call came report of a theft in Hope into the sheriff's depart- Township. The matter is ment regarding a suspi- currently under investiga- cious, intoxicated male at tion by the Lincoln County Norwegian Creek. When Sheriff's Department. deputies arrived, the sus- July 26--At 12:10 p.m., pect fled on foot and even- received a report of a two- tually resorted to the lake. vehicle accident in Tyler. Several hours later, he The Tyler Police Depart- was arrested and charged ment responded and han- with disorderly conduct, died the situation. There fleeing and assault. The were no injuries. Lincoln County Sheriff's July 27--At approxi- Department, Lake Benton mately 6:30 a.m., a call and Tyler Police Depart- came into the Lincoln ments, Lake Benton First County Sheriff's Depart- Responders and Tyler Am- men! regarding a structure bulance all assisted in the fire in Hendricks Town- arrest. ship. The Hendricks Fire July 29--At approxi- Department, Hendricks mately 4 p.m., the Lincoln Ambulance and Lincoln County Sheriff's Depart- County responded and as- ment received a call of a sisted in putting out the suspicious person in Lake fire. Benton. The Lincoln Coun- July 28--At approxi- ty Sheriff's Department re- mately 1 a.m., the Lincoln sponded but were unable County Sheriff's Depart- to locate the individual. ment received a complaint July 30--At approxi- of a fight that had esca- mately 7 a.m., a call came lated at the Brick Manor into the sheriff's depart- in Arco. When deputies ar- ment regarding a car fire rived the suspect had left in Tyler. The Tyler Fire the scene. Officers were Department responded able to locate the suspect and put out the fire. There later on that night in the were no injuries. Repair tax continued from page 10 nesses in their community. It's even worse if you're a small or beginning farmer who cannot purchase new, expensive machinery and instead must rely on main- taining and repairing older equipment. Fixing modern machin- ery also isn't cheap. La- bor costs can run into the thousands and this tax adds even more to the bill. Deciding to skip certain maintenance might save a farmer a few bucks short- term, but things like worn chains and idlers or poorly maintained seed meters could end up costing a lot in the long run. If just one seed out of 12 doesn't emerge, it might mean a loss of over $12,000 on 500 acres of corn. It was encouraging to hear Governor Dayton ac- knowledge that the farm machinery tax is at least on the table for repeal. Now it's time for Minne- sota's farmers and rural businesses to remind the governor and the legisla- ture to take action and get rid of it come February. DATE AND TIME OF SALE: Septem- ber 12, 2013, 10:00 a.m. PLACE OF SALE: Sheriff's Main Of- rice, Front Door of the Sheriff's Office Law Enforcement Center, Court- house Annex, 416 South Hiawatha Avenue, Pipestone, MN 56164 to pay the debt secured by said mortgage and taxes, if any, on said premises and the costs and disbursements, including at- torneys fees allowed by law, subject to redemption within 6 months from the date of said sale by the mortgagor(s) the personal representatives or as- signs. TIME AND DATE TO VACATE PROP- ERTY: If the real estate is an owner-oc- cupied, single-family dwelling, unless otherwise provided by law, the date on or before which the mortgagor(s) must vacate the property, if the mortgage is not reinstated under section 580.30 or the property is not redeemed un- der section 580.23, is 11:59 p.m. on March 12, 2014. "THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY THE MORT- GAGOR, THE MORTGAGOR~ PER- SONAL REPRESENTATIVES OR AS- SIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED TO FIVE WEEKS IF A JUDICIAL ORDER IS ENTERED UNDER MINNESOTA STAT- UTES SECTION 582.032 DETERMIN- ING, AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THE MORTGAGED PREMISES ARE IMPROVED WITH A RESIDENTIAL DWELLING OF LESS THAN 5 UNITS, ARE NOT PROPERTY USED FOR AG- RICULTURAL PRODUCTION, AND ARE ABANDONED. Dated: July 18, 2013 U.S. Bank National Association, as Trustee, successor in interest to Bank of America, National Association as Trustee as successor by merger to LaSalle Bank National Association, as Trustee for Certificateholders of Bear Stearns Asset Backed Securities I LLC, Asset-Backed Certificates, Series 2006-HE7 Assignee of Mortgagee SHAPIRO & ZIELKE,LLP Lawrence P. Zielke - 152559 Diane F. Mach - 273788 Melissa L. B. Porter - 0337778 Randolph W. Dawdy- 2160X Ronald W. Spencer - 0104061 Stephanie O. Nelson - 0388918 Gary J. Evers - 0134764 Attorneys for Mortgagee 12550 West Frontage Road, Ste. 200 Bumsville, MN 55337 (952) 831-4060 THIS IS A COMMUNICATION FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR (Printed 6x, July 3 I, August 7, 14, 21, 28, September 4, 2013 in the Tyler Tribute) The Star Tribune edito- omy get back on track and rial board was right when creating jobs is a challeng- it called for the repair tax ing tasE Unfairly taxing to be repealed in a June 3 farmers and rural Minne- editorial titled "Minnesota sotans isn't the way to get must repair a tax mistake." the job done. Helping Minnesota's econ- RTR BOARD OF items listed on "Schedule F" remained EDUCATION the same. M/S/C Gordon and Erickson to ap- DISTRICT 2902 prove the consent agenda items num- JULY IS, 2013 hers 1 through 16 as presented (unan- 7-'30 P.M. imous). All pertinent information can be found in "Schedule A.~ RTR MIDDLE SCHOOL E. Item Reclassified: N/A F. Item Reclassified: N/A Attendance: Erickson, Gordon, Hart- G. Goals sen, Henriksen, Madsen, Possail 1. Cooperative Ventures: Administration: Houck,Lehnhoff, a. Notice of General Election: M/S/C Bums Madsen and Possail to approve giv- Guests: Robert Woffington, Carmening notice of general election for the Christcnsen, Pat O'roole, Peggy Dun- November Sth election. This will serve blazier, Joan Wiering - as written notice to county auditors A. Chair Henriksen called the meet- of each county in the school district ing to order at 7:30 p.m. (unanimous}. B. The Pledge of Allegiance was re- 2. Fiscal Stability cited by those in attendance, a. Bills: M/S/C Gordon and Erick- C. M/S/C Madsen and Hansen to ap- son to approve the bills as presented prove the agenda as presented, along (unanimous). =Schedule G~ with all items included on Schedule B. b. Treasurer's Report: M/S/C Possail All items on Schedule B will be added and Madsen to approve the Treasurer's under #2 Fiscal Stability (unanimous). Report as presented (unanimous). D. Consent Agenda: "Schedule H~ i. Administrative Reports: c. Pre-authorization of payment: a. Superintendent: M/S/C Possail and Gordon to approve The superintendent reported that pre-authorization of payment of the he would bring the architect in at the following vendors and/or products - August board meeting to explain his CHS - propane; SW MN Dairy Asan - plan for re-locating the elementary building fuel; SW/WC Service Coop. kitchen and cafeteria. - health insurance premium; 1~yler Oil b. Middle School - Mr. Bums gave a Company - building fuel; Union Se- brief update on the summer cleaning curity Life Insurance - Voluntary Life of the building and the boiler replace- Ins.; Visa - Credit Card; and Xcel - ment project, electricity (unanimous). c. High School - Administration held 2.1. A. Additional items added to the interviews for the math position today, agenda: "Schedule B~ d. Elementary - 2.2. Resignation: M/S/C Gordon and Received the resignation of Emily Erickson to approve the resignation of Pollock today - will need to fill that Emily Pollock (unanimous). position. 2.3. Contracts: M/S/C Hansen and Administration has received a Madsen to approve the contract for number of applications for the part- Jennifer Schoenfcld as A4~ Teacher, time principal position, and Melissa Anne Hurni as Elemen- 2. Minutes of June 17, 2013 regular taty Teacher (unanimous). meeting. 2.4. Auditing Contract: M/S/C Gor- 3. Non-Discrimination - The board don and Possall to approve a 3-year approved the annual "Assurance of contract with Meulebrocck, Taubert & Compliance Non-Discrimination~ re- Co auditing firm for the school district port. audit beginning in fiscal year 2013 4. Resignation - The board received {unanimous). the resignation of Amy Christcnsen as 2.5. Additional Bills: M/S/C Han- elementary principal, sen and Erickson to approve pay- 5. Resignation - The board received ment of $1,232.95 to Xccl Energy, and the resignation of Brian Boomgaarden $31,338.00 to the Service Cooperative as ag teacher and FFA advisor, for one month health insurance pre- 6. Resignation - The beard received mium (unanimous). the resignation of Nathan Beich as 3. Student Performance high school math teacher. 4. Curriculum Report: 7. High School Principal - The ad- a. Common Core (Information) The ministrative team is recommending superintendent presented board the board approve a two-year contract members with information regard- for Justin Hinks as High School Prin- ing Common Core. There was a brief cipal, discussion with no board action. The 8. Teacher Contract: Administration board did request the superintendent is recommending the board approve draft a letter to the Minnesota Attorney contracts for Leah Hoyt - Elementary General's Office request an opinion on Teacher, and Sarah Petereon - High student and parental rights regarding School English Teacher. the Common Core reporting require- 9. Employee Notification: Adminis- ments. tration is recommending the board H. Closed Session: M/S/C Gordon approve the following notifications: and Madsen to close the meeting at Jaimee Roelofsen - Pre-school; Sal- 8:15 p.m. to discuss staff negotiations fie Thooft - Accounting Clerk; David (unanimous). Meulebroeck - Head Custodian; and M/S/C Possail and Erickson to re- Cody Becker - Assistant Custodian. open the meeting at 8:40 p.m. (unani- 10. Signature Card - It will be nec- mous). essary for the board to approve Sallie a. M/S/C Erickson and Madsen to Thooft be added to the signature card approve a .50 per hour increase to the at Citizens State Bank of Tyler. RTR Classified staff salary schedule in 11. Moving Expense - As per the item year one and in year two a 30-cent per in the superintendent's letter, it will hour increase to the salary schedule take board approval authorizing a pay- plus a step increase (unanimous). men! of $1,000 for moving expenses b. M/S/C Hansen and Posaall to ap- for Mr. Hinks. prove an increase for the certified staff 12. Donations - The board recog- of 2.6 percent increase in year one nizes the following donations: FCCLA and a 2.4 percent increase in )'car two - $174.53; Tyler Healthcare Center (unanimous). - $25.00; West Central Ag Sales - c. M/S/C Posaall and Gordon to ap- $300.00; Tyler Fire Dept Relief Assn. prove a 2.6 percent increase in sol- - $2,500.00; Russell Bandwagon Days ary for the business manager (unani- Committee - $200.00; and Tyler Ki- mous). wanis Club-$60.00. d. M/S/C Gordon and Erickson to 13. Board Meeting Dates - The board approve a 2.6 percent increase in sal- has set the regular monthly board ary for the superintendent, in addition meeting dates for the 2013-2014 to a payment for up to 100 days of school year which can be found on accumulated sick leave multiplied by "Schedule C." the current dally rate of pay under the 14. Dairy Bid - The board received conditions of separation, retirement, one dairy bid for this coming year. or non-renewal. The superintendent That bid was from Dean Foods-Sioux would not qualify for this payment Falls, SD on and escalating/de-esca- should he leave the district to accept lating bid. "Schedule D~ a position at another school. A roll 15. Bakery Bid - The board received call vote was required, Madsen - yea; one bid for bakery products for this Gordon - yea; Henriksen - yea; Erick- coming school year. This bidding son-yea; Hansen-nay; Possall-yea. process was in conjunction with the The vote was 5 yea, and 1 nay; motion Southwest West Central Service Coop- passed. erative. The bid was awarded to BBU I. Adjournment: M/S/C Erickson (Bimbo Bakery - USA). The bid can be and Possail to adjourn the meeting at found in "Schedule E.~ 9:15 p.m. (unanimous). 16. Re-organizational Meeting - The Terry Gordon, Clerk board reviewed all items on the re-or- All pertinent information is on rile in ganizational sheet "Schedule F:" there the District Office. were only two changes 1) elementary lunch price increased 20 cents per (Printed lx, August7, 2013 meal; and 2) middle school lunches in the Tyler Tribute) increased 20 cents per meal. All other