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Tyler Tribute - Page 8 Wednesday, September 6, 2017 '-- News from the cities of Ruthton and Holland and from Pi )estone Count' Photo by Mark Wilmes Football has returned with a slightly different look this year. RTR began its first season playing nine-man football on a narrower field Thursday evening against Renville County West. For more info on the Knights' opening night win, turn to page 14. pheasant up deadline is Novice women hunters on Saturday, Oct. 14. They can apply now for a chance will also have the oppor- to experience the excite- tunity to take part in the ment and camaraderie of festivities of the weekend pheasant hunting during event, including a corn- this year's Minnesota Gov- munity banquet, hunter's ernor's Pheasant Hunting breakfast and wrap-up Opener in Marshall, Oct. lunch. 13 and 14. Application Applicants are required deadline is Sept. 15. to have a firearms safety Under the guidance of certificate and if selected, experienced women men- purchase a small game tor hunters, successful huntinglicenseandpheas- applicants will learn the ant stamp. A lottery will skills necessary to pheas- be used to select from ap- ant hunt during the after- plicants. noon of Friday, Oct. 13, For more information and then take to the field and to apply for the men- Does speed get your heart racing? Those thrills aren't limited to the open road. Accelerate your internet speed at home with this insanely fast plan: 50 Mbps Download 20 Mbps Upload* LEAD WHEN r .... n CALL 507.658.3830 FOg AN INTEgNET UP6gADE. COMMUNICATIONS 337 Aetna Street, Ruthton, MN 56170 507,658.3830 www.woodstockteLnet *Service availability and intemet speed will depend on location. Contact us for details. hunt 15 tored hunt, please contact Kristi Coughlon, Women's Mentored Pheasant Hunt coordinator, 218-407- 2122, Kristi.Coughlon@ state.mn.us. Space for this hunt is limited. Initiated by Gov. Mark Dayton in 2011, the Gov- ernor's Pheasant Hunt- ing Opener highlights the many hunting, recre- ational, travel and local opportunities that host communities have to offer visitors. Explore Minnesota and the Minnesota Depart- ment of Natural Resources are assisting local partners in planning the event. Marshall has a popula- tion of 13,680 and is locat- ed 150 miles southwest of the Twin Cities at the junc- tions of U.S. Highway 59, Minnesota State Highway 19, State Highway 23, and State Highway 68. NOW ON FACEBOOK! Like us today. Mandatory testing for deer Minnesota When archery deer sea- will be required, strictions do allow hunters son opens Saturday, Sept. Archery hunters in deer to immediately transport 16, mandatory testing for permitarea (DPA) 603will out of the zone quarters chronic wasting disease be required to submit the or other deer pieces with- and restrictions on mov- head from all adult deer, out spinal column parts, ing deer carcasses begin one year old or older, so boned-out meat and ant- again in southeastern Min- lymph nodes can be tested lers with a skull plate that nesota's CWD manage- for CWD. Hunters can- is free of brain matter. ment zone, deer permit not remove the carcass or Complete details are area 603. carcass remains from the available online at mndnr. Hunters are encour- CWD zone until a negative gov/cwd/603. aged to plan ahead and be test result is reported. aware of the testing that Carcass movement re- SMSU, Southeast Technical sig Southwest Minneso- ta State University and Southeast Technical Insti- tute of Sioux Falls have en- tered into a partnership to assist Southeast students who wish to transfer to SMSU to earn their four- year bachelor's degree. SMSU President Dr. Con- nie J. Gores and a team of SMSU personnel joined Southeast Technical Insti- tute President Bob Griggs at a signing ceremony on n partnership Wednesday, August 30 on tion and nursing students the Southeast campus, who may want to transfer "This is a very welcome those credits and pursue agreement;' said Presi- Business Management dent Gores. "It's also our and RN to BSN degrees first agreement of this at Southwest Minnesota type with an institution State. outside of Minnesota, and "Discussions have been we're looking forward to taking place over a two- the partnership." year period," said Dr. Mary The agreement spells Jones, Director of Extend- out a number of steps each ed Learning and Academic institution will take to as- Outreach at SMSU. "This sist students who wish to really opens the door for transfertoSMSUinpursuit those students and gives of a four-year degree after them additional options." earning their two-year As- President Gores indi- sociate of Applied Science cared that discussions are (AAS) degree, ongoing regarding other The agreement targets specific academic areas, as Southeast Technical Insti- well. tute Business Administra- ~UNDERGROUND, LLC SPECIALIZING IN DIRECTIONAL DRILLING OF ALL TYPES: Farm Drainage I Electrical Sewer I Culverts [ Water Geo Thermal ALSO: Excavation Demolition Dozer Work Tree Moving Site Work Gravel Call Tony507-530-6482 ":ND US ON i;ACEBOOK