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t Wednesday, August 21, 2013 Tyler Tribute - Page 7 RTR Elementary Menus Wednesday, Aug. 21 Breakfast: Trix yogurt, Eng- lish muffin Lunch: Mr. Rib on bun, let- tuce, green beans, peaches Thursday, Aug. 22 Breakfast: French toast Lunch: Bread, chicken nug- gets, mashed potato, corn, fresh orange Friday, Aug. 23 Breakfast: Cereal, cinnamon toast Lunch: Hot ham, bread, veg- gies with dip, ]clio, pineapple Monday, Aug. 26 Breakfast: French toast sticks, sausage Lunch: Cheeseburger on a bun, veggies with dip, baked beans, applesauce Tuesday, Aug. 27 Breakfast: Cereal, toast Lunch: Brat on a bun, carrots, jello, mixed fruit Wednesday, Aug. 28 Breakfast: Pancake, sausage Lunch: Bread, hot turkey, veggies with dip, corn, pine- apple Thursday, Aug. 29 Breakfast: Scrambled eggs Lunch: Sub sandwich, cole- slaw, green beans, frozen juice bar Friday, Aug. 30 NO SCHOOL RTR High School Lunch Menus Wednesday, Aug. 21 Chicken patty, mashed pota- toes, carrots, lettuce, Manda- rin oranges Thursday, Aug. 22 Chili fries, green beans, let- tuce, pineapple Friday, Aug. 23 Sub sandwich, chips, lettuce, baked beans, tropical fruit Monday, Aug. 26 Chicken nuggets, French fries, California medley, lettuce, fruit cocktail Tuesday, Aug. 27 Scalloped potatoes and ham, green beans, lettuce, peaches Wednesday, Aug. 28 Italian dunkers, cheese bread, corn, lettuce, pears Thursday, Aug. 29 McRib sandwich, French fries, peas, lettuce, pineapple Friday, Aug. 30 NO SCHOOL RTR Middle School Lunch Menus Wednesday, Aug. 21 Spaghetti with meat sauce, peas, garlic toast, fresh fruit, bread, milk Thursday, Aug. 22 Chicken patty on bun, lettuce salad, raw veggies, cookie or fresh fruit, bread, milk Friday, Aug. 23 Shrimp poppers, sweet pota- toes, ]clio with fruit, bread, milk Monday, Aug. 26 Chicken fajitas with fixings, corn,strawberries, bread, milk Tuesday, Aug. 27 Roast turkey, mashed pota- toes with gravy, green beans, fruit sauce, bread, milk Wednesday, Aug. 28 Meat and cheese sub, salad bar, apple crisp, bread, milk Thursday, Aug. 29 Hamburger on a bun, potato rounds, fresh fruit, bread, milk Friday, Aug. 30 NO SCHOOL RTR teachers, from left, lason Borman, Erick Harper, Kent Mikkelsen and |ared Buysse admire the mug that Merv Petersen, standing, just delivered to Mikkels- en as one of the many door prizes donated by local businesses for the Teacher Appreciation Luncheon. "ation ii~! ,~: Photos by Sandy Hanson Above: RTR Elementa- ry's new secretary Stacy Felt, pictured standing at left, was one of the new elementary school staff introduced by new Elementary Principal lason Swenson, pictured standing at right. Left: RTR High School's new English teacher Sarah Peterson, stand- ing at left, is one of the new high school staff introduced by new High School Principal lustin Hinks, standing at right, during the Teacher Ap- preciation Luncheon at the Legion Hall in Tyler on Thursday; Aug. 15. Home of the Knights! High Sch l Events Saturday, Aug. 24 - Football scrimmage at Lakeview Tuesday, Aug. 27 - Volleyball at Pipestone, 6 p.m.; ]V football at Minneota, 5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 29 - Football vs. Dawson/Boy& 7 p.m.; Volleyball at MCC, 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 30 - Monday, Sept. 2 - No school Friday, Aug. 30 - Monday, Sept. 2 - No school Elementary eve s Aug. 30 - Monday, Sept. 2 - No school Friday, High School Middle School Elementary School PO Box 659 PO Box 310 PO Box B Tyler, MN 56178 Russell, MN 56169 Ruthton, MN 56170 507-247-5911 507-823-4371 507-658-3301 DNR updates state list of endangered, threatened, special concern species A state list first estab- though not at immediate lished nearly 30 years ago risk, is considered vulner- to highlight and help pro- able because of its rarity tect plants and animals at or highly specific habitat risk of disappearing from requirements. Minnesota has received its The law prohibits the first official update since taking or possession ofen- 1996. dangered and threatened Following a series of five species except in certain public hearings, an 86-day situations. If a proposed comment period and re- project cannot avoid a view by an administrative protected species, the law judge, the Minnesota state can issue a "taking Department of Natural Re- permit" that is combined sources (DNR) on Monday, with mitigation, such as Aug. 19, adopted a new list funding for research or ac- of endangered, threatened quisition of other sites to and special concern spe- protect the species. Over cies. Twenty-nine species, the past decade, DNR has including the bald eagle, received 23 applications wolf and snapping turtle, for development-related were removed from the taking permits and it has list; 180 species of plants issued all but one. and animals were added; "The ultimate goal of 91species had their status putting a plant or animal either upgraded or down- on the list isn't to put up graded while remaining on walls around it; it's to re- the list. The changes were store its health and get based on large amounts it back off the list," said of new information gath- Rich Baker, DNR endan- ered by DNR and other re- gered species coordinator. searchers. "There are plenty of exam- Minnesota's endangered pies of that happening and species law requires the it doesn't have to come at DNR to create and periodi- the expense of sustainable cally revise such a list, and economic development:' it prescribes three levels More information on of concern. 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