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Wednesday, September 17, 2014 Tyler Tribute - Page 11 Pheasants Forever uet in Lake Photo by Steven J. Hurd Submitted photo Representing Lincoln County at the Minnesota State 4-H Horse Show, pictured from left to right, are Riley Engbarth, Wyatt Kirk, Sierra DeRuyter, Westin Kirk and Isaiah DeRuyter. Lincoln The 19th annual Pheasants Forever Banquet was held at the Center Post in downtown Lake Benton this past Saturday evening. Photo by Steven J. Hurd A variety of raffle items were up for grabs at the 19th annual Pheasants For- ever Banquet held at the Center Post this past Saturday evening in Lake Benton. Lincoln County had a Wyatt Kirk of Tyler par- state show. very strong showing at the ticipated in poles, barrels, Sierra DeRuyter of Ruth- annual Minnesota State jumping figure eight and ton participated in the 4-H Horse Show. Repre- keyhole. Wyatt placed in horse-related competition senting Lincoln County the top ten with his key with her project and was were Isaiah DeRuyter, race and barrels--fourth conference-judged on Sat- Wyatt Kirk, Westin Kirk, in key race and second in urday. She did a nice job Riley Engbarth and Sierra the barrels. Wyatt has par- on her project and enjoyed DeRuyter. ticipated in the state show her experience at the state The State Horse Show for five years, horse show. This was Si- takes place in September Riley Engbarth of Bala-erra's first year of compe- each year following the ton participated in poles, tition at the state show. regular Minnesota State barrels, jumping figurePlacing in the top ten at Fair. The event is too large eight and keyhole. Riley the state show is an ac- to be held during regular placed in the top ten with complishment in itself, but State Fair dates. This year, his pole run and barrels-- to have five top-ten rib- 729 4-Hers participated in fifth in poles and secondin bons is an incredible ac- the horse show. The event the barrels. RileY has par- complishment for Lincoln takes place over four days ticipated in the state show County. and included many events for four years. The county also did very from showing halter to Riley also represented well in the herdsmanship running games to judging the county in the Grandjudgingandtheyreceiveda horses and many other Entry, where a represen- lot of compliments on how events in between, ta ve from every countyfn'endly and polite they Isaiah DeRuyter of Ruth- rides with their flag in a all were. If you see these ton participated in poles, choreographedprogram young people around, give barrels, jumping figure in the Coliseum. them a pat on the back and eight and keyhole. Isaiah Westin Kirk of Tyler congratulations for repre- placed just out of the top participated in barrels, senting Lincoln County so ten in his events and had jumping figure eight and proudly. a strong performance this keyhole. Westin placed in year. Isaiah has traveled to the top ten with his key the state show six years in race-- 10th place. This is a row. Westin's second trip to the acrecorrection PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE over ni e S teS B at0n Press TribUne--The Balato ..... Mum ::: omat7 t ti're con .............. fl, ed fire, ........ new b i!di g for panme fir m D ive |hi seaso coundl In July, farm landowners received a base acre and yield commodity crop his- tory summary letter from iiii!!!i!i~iii)~iii!i~ii:iiiii:~!i!~iiiiii!iii!~iiiii~ii!!iiii!!iiiiiii!ii!ii~!i!i)!!ii~!~))iiii congregati6n embers and pas rs Lake Benin Valley lournal New : stalled Verdi day School was held in the chased for $1,250, and the continued from page 8 Fagen Saloon. The next building was constructed. spring, Sunday School was Over the years, the Verdi memories was Lois Gust,also held in the one-room UMC has held many so- who explained that she schoolhouse and contin-cial events including, but and her husband John An- ued to be held there until not limited to, Vacation keny were the first couple the current church was Bible School, Ladies Aid, married at the church on built, ice cream socials, church July 19, 1952. In 1900, it was decidedpicnics and the monthly The Verdi Church was or- that the church should church suppers. ganized in 1889 under the have a proper sanctuaryVerdi used to be a lively leadership of Reverend T.A for worship. The commu-community with banks, a ]ones, a Baptist minister nityofVerdiwascanvassedpost office, aschool, alum- from Elkton, S.D. whotrav- and enough pledges were- beryard, a grain elevator eledto Verdito preach in a Obtained to begin work on and grocery stores. The one-room schoolhouse onthe churchbuilding, town has slowed down Sunday afternoons. On New Year's Day of and all of these businesses Sunday School also be- 1900, the foundation for have closed or left town, gan in Verdi in the 1880s, the church was set withbut the Verdi United Meth- thanks to two missionar- rocks from the nearby odistChurch continues on, ies, Graves and Holmes,prairie that men from the thanks to countless indi- who traveled over the church had obtained. The viduals over the past 125 prairies organizing Sun- lumber, windows, paint years. day Schools. The first Sun- and furniture were pur- their Farm Service Agency (FSA) office. The summary letter lists the landowner's FSA farm planted acres for 2008 through 2012. Land- owners have 60 days from the time they received the summary letter to contact the FSA office if there are any discrepancies in the data listed. This informa- tion is essential to being able to sign up for the new 2014 Farm Bill programs. There have been in- stances in which the sum- mary lists no data or the data is incorrect. If the data is missing or the data listed in the summary let- ter is incorrect, the land- owner should contact the FSA office in the county where the land is located. If the landowner rents the land to a tenant, the tenant can contact the FSA office on the landowner's behalf. Once contacted, the FSA office staff can research and correct the base acre information for the spe- cific FSA farm. The 60-day deadline is required only if there are errors in the base acres listed in the summary let- ter. If the data listed is cor- rect, the landowner does Call toll-free: 1-800-259-109( Are You Still Paying Too Much For Your Medications? 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Staff will answer ques- been announced, lions and assist with cor- "Producers and land- recting any discrepancies owners will need to make that may exist in the base a series of decisions relat- acre data. For additional ed to Farm Bill enrollment information on the 2014 over the next few months. Farm Bill and other farm This is a first step," said management topics go to Gary Hachfeld, regional Extension educator, agriculture/business. LINCOLN COUNTY HOUSING AND REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY ANNUAL MEETING The Lincoln County Housing and Redevelopment Authority (I.,(3 HRA) has scheduled its annual meeting on Tuesday, September 23, 2014 at 5:30 pm at the Benton Valley Manor Com- munity Room, 106 West Bluff, Lake Benton, MN. The annual meeting is intended to inform the public of the 2014-2015 Lincoln County HRA Annual Plan and to review the activities from the 2013- ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS BIDDING Sealed bids for the Radio Communi- cations Addition to the Lincoln County Law Enforcement Center in Ivanhoe, MN, will be received by the Lincoln County Auditor no later than 10:00 a.m. CDT, October 7, 2014. Bids will be opened at the Board of Commis- sioner's meeting on October 7, 2014. Bids will be received at the Lincoln County Auditor's Office, Lincoln Coun- ty Courthouse, 319 N. Rebecca, PC) Box 29, Ivanhoe, MN 56142. The project consists of the construc- tion of an addition to the Law Enforce- ment Center. Refer to the documents for the extent of the additions and renovations. The work will be completed per the "Summary of the Work," as is listed in the project specifications. It is suggest- ed that the bidder review the "Contract Documents~ consisting of the project specifications and contract dra'~tngs in addition to visiting the actual site. Bids will be received for a single prime contract on a lump sum basis for all the required work. All construction will conform to the latest Standards of the International Building Code. INBPECTION OF DOCUMENTB All bids shall be in accordance with forms and specifications attached to and made a part of the contract docu- ments. Contract documents including plans and specifications may be exam- ined at the following locations: Lincoln County Auditor's Office, Ivanhoe, MN Falls Architecture Studio, Sioux Falls, SD Plains Builders Exchange, Sioux Falls, SD Sioux Falls Builders Exchange, Sioux Falls, SD COPIE~ OF THE DOCUMENTS Bidders may obtain copies of the contract documents at the office of the Architect - Falls Architecture Stu- 2014 fiscal year. Citizens attending the meeting will have the opportunity to file written suggestions, comments, recommenda- tions and/or issues pertaining to any activities of the Lincoln County Hous- ing and Redevelopment Authority. In addition to this notice, a copy of the annual meeting agenda can be found on the window of the LC HRA Business Office located at 402 North Harold, Ivanhoe, MN and at the Ben- ton Valley Manor Office at )06 Bluff Street, Lake Benton, MN. (Printed 2x, September 10 and 17, 2014 in the Tyler Tribute, Hendricks Pioneer and the Lake Benton Valley Journal} dio, LLC, 408 W. Lotta Street, Suite 3, Sioux Falls, SD 57105, 605-360-6438, in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders. No partial sets will be issued. Only one set will be issued to bidders. Bidders must provide a 24-HR notice prior to picking up contract docu- ments. RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDB This Advertisement for Bids does not commit the Owner to award a contract, nor to pay any costs incurred in the preparation of bid(s) or to procure sup- plies. The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to waive any informalities or irregularities and to re- advertise when it is in the best interest of Lincoln County, Minnesota. BID SECURITY Each bid shall be accompanied by a certified check, cashier's check or draft in the amount of 5% of the base bid and all add alternates and drawn on a State or National Bank or a 10% bid bond issued by a Surety authorized to do business in the State of Minnesota and made payable to Lincoln County, Minnesota. P~RFORMANCE AND PAYMENT aECURITY The successful bidder will be re- quired to furnish and pay for satisfac- tory performance and payment bonds in the amount of 100% of the amount of the Contract Award. Bids received which do not fully comply with the above provisions and any deficient bids submitted may be resealed and returned to the bidder. No bids shall be withdrawn for a pe- riod of sixty (60) days after the opening of the bids without the consent of the Owner. Kathy Schreurs Lincoln County Auditor Lincoln County, MN (Printed 2x, September 17 and 24, 2014 in the Tyler Tribute, Hendricks Pioneer and the Lake Benton Valley Journal) Call Toll-free: 1-800-259-1096