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[ SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. JBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. Second Section USPS 187-720 Bagley, MN 56621 I by Inc. . question isn't, "why Saddam? It's how? New! Copy Prints From Your Print COmes to the proposed war , I keep thinking I'm missing that war protesters around clearly see. According to arguments, the Bush The Bagley Elementary north parking lot will be the scene of free public arts events on Saturday, Oct. 12 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Rolling Plains Art Gallery, housed in a fully convened 48' semi-trailer, will have open hours for its touring exhibition, "The Art of Today - Artists from Minnesota & North Dakota." The exhibition features 26 contemporary artists from the region, and includes painting, sculpture, decorative arts, printmaking, photography and computer generated art. Students in the Bagley schools will be having his specially created mobile studio. Jon Offutt is a full-time fine art glassmaker who specializes in blown glass vessels. During his presentations the public will be able to watch and enjoy the entire creation process of blowing glass. Anyone can stop by at any time, but special demo start times will be at 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 1 and 2 p.m. There will be a lunch break between noon and 1 pro, Presentations will be held under the protection of a large tent, so inclement weather will not be a problem. There will also he a display of many of his creations. ;tration is pressing for war for all the wrong reasons, educational tours in the gallery during These events are sponsored by ~f the most popular cited are the school week, and volunteers will District 162 Community Education, be hosting the gallery for the public with support from the Bagley Chamber re focusing on Iraq because (a) hours on Saturday,'. of Commerce, Rural Energy, and tent t find Osama bin Laden and In conjunction with the Saturday contribution from Mike Meyers. Both ~g to shift the world's focus museum hours, Jon Offutt, are open to the public at no charge. All that failing; (b) the U.S. professmnal glassblower from Fargo, are invited! For more information ll"s in the tank and President dilmlonstral:~t,ons Por;S~/at:nglow,:;g~,r:g contact Ann Beck, 694-3232. ~ants to distract the pubhc. Glass blower Jon Offutt will linchpin of the anti-war demonstrate his art in Bagley nt, as art c~llated by well- Cancer Society thanks this Saturdav. " Ifreign-policy analyst Barbra M,,Seems to be that we have no and honors volunteers . 0 go after Saddam because he to do with 9-11. Or have failed to demonstrate has weapons of mass or the capability to deliver this is bolstered by the optimistic sense, as one ~riter opined, that Saddam ic that Bush insists isn't? for skeptics: Which U.S. drained his own blood for to use as ink in the Bible'? Not coming to near you, though Saddam's version of the Koran. inked in his own blood, is on "'The Mother of all He. other arguments' merits, none. Americans already is in the tank -- no necessary there. it's true we can't find bin he's probably dead, to Our best speculation, but not finding bin Laden lg to do with whether we ~Cus our sights on Saddam, Star of his own horror "Give Thanks" was the theme for the 2002 American Cancer Society volunteer appreciation & recognition held Oct. 6 at Faith Lutheran Church. Janet Dominick opened the program by reading the mission statement of the American Cancer Society. Pastor Mardy Schermerhom expressed words of praise to the volunteers of Clearwater County ACS and shartxl special music titled Give Thanks. Clearwater County ACS President Sue Monsrud recognized and applauded all the volunteers of Clearwater County for their involvement and generous dedication. Tom Burford, editor of the Famwrs Independent newspaper was recognized and awarded a certificate of Service Award for publicity to the American Cancer Society. Dr. Francis Abraham and the Clearwater Health Services staff were recognized for their work in the cancer screening clinic. The Clearwater County Unit of American Cancer Society has very kind and giving volunteers that are very dedicated to the mission of eliminating cancer, preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from cancer through research, education, advocacy and service. The Cancer Society Volunteers Balloons set the festive mood for Sunday's program. (Photo submitted) would like to thank the Residents of Clearwater for their continued giving to the ACS. Flood meeting in Mahnomen Staff members from the offices of Rep. Collin Peterson and Senators Mark Dayton and Paul Wellstone will be in Mahnomen to discuss federal disaster response to June flooding. They will meet with the public at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct, 10, at the Mahnomen County Courthouse. Donut Sale The annual Bagley Youth Hockey Association donut sale will be conducted Oct. 7- 12. American Heart ~i~ Assoeiation.'qF ~:,t~O Na Di~wN wm' $t,l>~ A stroke can change your life tbrever Accessible Fiscally Responsible Accountable ,~ For Your 5th District Commissioner on Nov. 5 * A strong voice for the p~ople of the 5th District & Clearwater County Will work with the people & board members as a team to accomplish goals e Will meet tough issues with openness, common sense & straightforwardness I will be accountable to the people of the 5th district Farmer 28 yrs. Pine Lake Township 13 yr. employee Clearbrook - Gonvick School Married 28 years to wife Joy, children - Carl, Nolan, Molly Accessible at 218- 487-5839 (I return calls) VOTE Gary Eck for the 5th Dist. Paid for b~ Eck on his O9 )ut a specific connection and bin Laden, and evidence linking the two, ~nYone presume that such a is necessary to justify inst Iraq? A shark attack in necessarily mean we about shark attacks in arolina, but it doesn't we shouldn't. Maybe never met or talked about for human meat, dangerous. We know this about both Saddam: given half a attack even their own. P'kdp.pp.se/chemical.html if it.) er, there is a connection ~irt Laden and Saddam that the rhetoric why we ch~fice but to dislodge !ri Orchestrating 9- 11, bin the war on terrorism and that support terrorists. In effectively hung a red s head. Yes, there :heroics among us but none ing at the moment than Yen what we know about Pursuit of weapons of page 2B Valvoline oil change. Shiooing & Handling oR a Premium" * ]e oil change and get a tool & Sons ] West, Bagley 694-4038 ] O9c- 14s FARMERS INDEPENDENT BAGLEY, MINNESOTA Wednesday' October 9r 2002 Page IB Blown glass and bowl. forms, this vase Detour on 200 lifted, says Mn/DOT Motorists are advistyJ that construction on Trunk Highway 200 east of the Clearwater County Park is near completion and the 21 mile detour that has been in effect since May 23 was lifted Saturday, Oct. 5. According to Larry Randall, project supervisor for the Minnesota Department of Transportation, drivers are cautioned that although the detour will be lifted, shoulder work and turf establishment will continue and drivers need to be alert to workers still in the area. MrgDOT would like to thank public for their patience cooperation during construction. the and i BUWNG I BALSAM I BOUGHS I $280.00/ton RegdlaTrs I or Specials Call before you come. No bundles over 70 Ibs. Harlan Johnson (218) 657-2466 O9-14s Howard Moore Bagley City Council A Councilman For The Public Prepared & paid for on his own behalf by Howard Moore. O3O 1-Hour Photo Processing Now Available Satmrdays toot ' ' 9 Can t find the negabve. No problem! Just bring us your print and we'll make genuine photo prin directly on our newW I "Pictrostat." With Any Other Film Processing Service Pratt Pharmacy Bagley 694-6210 . Riley's Tours Murdock, MN Looking for a last minute vacation? Join Riley's Tours and a number of other Clearbrook people as we travel to the Smoky Mountains October 14-22, 2002 Highlights include: Dinner and Show at Old Stable Inn, "My Old Kentucky Home" State Park, Cumberland Falls, Biltmore Estates, Guided tour of Smoky Mountains, Country Tonite, Southern Nights, Dollywood, Shaker Village, Renfro Valley, Kentucky Horse Park, Kentucky Derby Museum, Jim Beam Distillery, and Indy 500 Speedway. $899 pp double occupancy. 1-800-288-8246 Clearbrook pick-up available ii i iiii 09 -k ,k On Nov. 5th 9g Todd G. Peterson 4th District County Commissioner Fo " 24/7 Accessibility & Commitment " Accountability & Responsibility ,/Community Discussions & Solutions " Fiscal Justification & Restraint ,/Integrity & Openness " Values, Vision, & Common Sense " A Proud Representative of the People ;AID ADVERTISEMENT Prepard &paid for by Todd G. Peterson, RR 1 Box 106A, Leonard, MN 56652 (218) 776-3939 tgp@microenginetics.net 2 AUCTIONS -- GUN & SPORT CONSIGNMENT SALEI SUNDAY, OCT. 20, 1 P.M.! HWY 2, 10 MILES WEST OF BAGLEYI Prime Location! Only 10% Commission on Guns, ATV's & Other Lg. Sport Items Over 25 Guns, 3 ATV's & 2 Vehicles already listed! Smaller Hunting & Sporting items also accepted! Dealers Welcome! Saturday, Oct. 19: Consignment 10 a.m. Same Place[ Farm vehicles, household, etc. Book items by Oct. 1st for both sales! For sale bill! Additional items until sale time both days! TERMS: State photo ID required to register US Funds/cash or good check! Add'l terms read sate day! TOP $ AUCTION SERVICE AUCTIONEER: John Woods Sr. Lic. Bonded #29-13 (218) 335-4157 or 556-0927 John WOodS, Jr., Manager t218t 55@9262 , O~-,, I I IIIIIIIIIII II III The cold weather is coming, and I'd like to do my banking without getting chilled or wet. Can you help me?. 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