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Wednesday, June 5 2013 FARMERS INDEPENDENT, Bagley, Minnesota- Page 13 Riding for the troops.... The annual Ride for Troops was held recently, with quite a number of motorcyclists participating. The ride begins and ends in Bemidji, and riders not only enjoy a day of riding, they raise funds to help the troops of our armed forces. This photo was submitted White Earth & Mahnomen County DWI Court accepting referrals White Earth, May 21 - The White Earth Nation and Mahnomen County DWI Court is a volunteer, 18- to 24-month program. It is designed to serve adult (18 years or older) repeat and non-violent, DWI offenders. After being charged with a First or Second Degree DWI within the boundaries of the White Earth Nation, defendants have the option for a legal screening by the prosecuting and defense attorney for DW! Court. If eligible and in agreement, the attorneys may make a joint motion to the court, at which time, if accepted, the judge will make a referral for a Rule 25, and refer to DWI Court. The DWI Court team will then review the recommendations. If all personal and offense criteria are met and there are no disqualifying criteria, the defendant may be accepted into DWI Court. DWI Court participants have goals and a treatment plan and are subject to intense, weekly supervision and monitoring. The DWI team meets bi- weekly, or as needed, to examine and update case management strategies. Sanctions and incentives are used to modify behaviors. There are up to four phases to complete. The cost is $400, and the participants' weekly progress determines the rate of advancement, and on to graduation. In addition to sobriety, successful participants will become accountable, responsible, have employment and/or continuing education. The goals of the White Earth Nation/Mahnomen County DWI Court are: To promote community safety and well-being; To rehabilitate and enhance the well-being of DWI court participants; To reduce expenditures associated with criminal behavior and to conserve justice system resources; and To engage community education and awareness of the cycle of alcohol dependency and the role of the DWI Court in providing public safety solutions. This program is made possible by the members of the multi-disciplinary collaborative and a grant from The Office of Traffic Safety, Minnesota Department of Public Safety and a donation from Thielen Motors, Park Rapids. For more information, contact the White Earth Nation & Mahnomen County DWI Court Coordinator & Case Manager at 218- 983- 3285 Ext. 5773 or www. whiteearthtribalcourt, com. Gra_tlt00 .fil_00tts 00.n00ancia! incentives :! ,: for Isndowners who protect waterways with plant buffers by Barb Reese who resides east of Zerkel, where this photo shows the cyclists winding their way along the route. Hinrichs wins $56,893 lottery iacl pot Wayne Hinrichs of Shevlin may not have had the reaction to winning $56,893 that you would expect. Hinrichs said he stayed "pretty calm" when he discovered his $56,893 Progressive Print-N-Play win at Pete's Place West in Bemidji on May 23. "The lady at the store was even more excited than me," he recalled. Hinrichs said it didn't take long for him to get a swarm of congratulations, saying, "I've never received so many hugs before!" Hinrichs is looking forward to doing some home improvement projects with part of his prize winnings. Progressive Print-N-Play features a progressive jackpot top prize. Jackpots start at $5,000 and progressively grow higher with each Progressive Print-N-Play ticket sold. Players can choose from three Progressive Print- N-Play games: Bingo, Crossword and Slots. Each of these games can be played as a $1, $3 or $5 ticket. The percentage of the jackpot won is determined by the ticket price. A $1 ticket pays 20 percent of the jackpot; a $3 ticket pays 60 percent of the jackpot; and a $5 ticket Bays 100 percent of the jackpot. The jackpot amount at the time the ticket is purchased is printed on each ticket. Players have one year from the date the Progressive Print- N-Play ticket is purchased to claim all prizes. Proceeds from the Minnesota State Lottery benefit all Minnesotans. Since 1990, the Lottery has raised more than $2.2 billion for state programs. The General Fund has received over $1.3 billion to help fund important functions such as education, public safety and health and human services. More than $875 million has funded critical environmental programs. Lester Gunhild Stenlund, Lester Stenlund service at the Assembly of God Missionary Fellowship. Burial will be after lunch at the Sinclair Township Cemetery in Leonard. Lester was born June 18, 1916 in Leonard, the son of Charles and Hannah (Lundmark) Stenlund. He grew up on a farm and attended Birchmont Country School. He married Emma Qualie and auto harp. He was an avid gardener, wood worker, hunter and fisherman. He was humble and kind, a beloved role model, and good friend to many. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. He is survived by his 'slstei  Lillian Matson of Broken Arrow, Okla.; daughters, Beverley Wagner of Solway, and Sharon (Jim) Morris From Clearwater SWCD The Clearwater Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) seeks landowners to partner on new vegetative buffers along lakes, rivers and ditches. A Clean Water Fund grant will allow Clearwater SWCD to offer up to 90% cost sharing and monetary incentives up to $500/acre, :depending on contract length, to landowners who establish :buffers on qualifying sites. "The goal of this grant is to protect water quality in the Clearwater River Watershed by protecting sensitive areas along lakes, streams, wetlands and other waterways," says Clearwater SWCD manager Kathy Rasch. Vegetative buffers reduce E. coli contamination and erosion by reducing and filtering runoff and stabilizing shorelines. These buffers will also improve wildlife habitat. Locations that qualify for this grant must be in the northern half of the county (Clearwater River Watershed). Landowners interested in protecting water quality on their land are encouraged to contact Clearwater SWCD to have their site(s) evaluated. Prioritization of qualifying sites will begin by June 15, so landowners should contact SWCD staff as soon as possible. Please contact the Clearwater SWCD office Conservation Stewardship applications due by June 14 WASHINGTON, D.C., May 28 - The Natural Resources Conservation Service's Conservation Stewardship Program will provide about $175 million in funding forup to 12.6 million additional acres enrollment this year. Although applications are accepted all year, farmers, ranchers and forestland owners interested in CSP should submit applications by June 14 to their local NRCS office to ensure they are considered for this year's funding. The deadline was extended from May 31. The voluntary program allows producers to go the extra mile in conserving natural resources while also maintaining or increasing the productivity of their operations. "CSP is different than our other financial assistance programs," said NRCS Acting Chief Jason Weller. "It offers payments to producers who maintain a high level of conservation on their land and agree to adopt higher levels of stewardship. It's about conservation activities on the entire operation, focusing on resource concerns." Playing a significant part in conserving and improving our nation's resources, producers enrolled an additional 12.1 million acres in CSP last year, bringing the total number of acres to more than 50 million. Many of the CSP enhancements improve soil quality, which helps land become more resilient to extreme weather. Severalotherimprovements are available for producers, including intensive rotational grazing, intercropping and wildlife-friendly fencing. Because of the extreme weather in 2012, more interest and participation in the cover crop enhancements is expected this year, according to NRCS experts. A CSP self-screening checklist is available to help producers determine if the program is suitable for their operation. The checklist highlights basic information about CSP eligibility requirements, stewardship threshold requirements and payment types. For the checklist and additional information, visit the CSP website or visit your local USDA NRCS office. at 218-694-6845 to arrange a site evaluation. Staff will be happy to answer your questions about program guidelines and the financial assistance available. Clean Water Fund grants were created as a result of the Clean Water, Land and LegacyAmendment approved by Minnesota voters in 2008. 96 of Leonard, died Sunday, June 2, 2013. His funeral will be held Saturday, June 8, at 1 p.m. at the Cease Family Funeral Home in Bemidji, with Pastor Kent Bahr officiating. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the funeral home on Saturday. There will be a lunch served immediately following the on May 5, 1940 and three girls were born to this union. He farmed, hauled cattle, did construction and carpentry and worked in the shipyard during the war. After Emma passed, Lester married Grace (Beckstrand) Bahr in 1981. They lived happily together in Bemidji. As a self-taught musician, Lester played the mandolin, violin of Fosston; stepson Randy Bahr of Bemidji; and 11 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren He was preceded in death by his wife Grace; sisters Linnea, Ruby and Ilet; daughter Darlene; and stepson Rollie Bahr. Messages of condolence may be left at ceasefuneralhome.com. I PRINT PUTS TH CUSTOMER IN CONTROL Prim advertising is always there, when the reader has time to look at it. Print advertising creates a positive flow of information from you to your customers, Customers seek print advertising when they are ready to buy. (218) 694-6265