October 18, 2016

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Published for the Red River Valley and Joe Smykowski of Lidgerwood TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2016 VOL. 129, NO. 42 Berlin Frolek Lidgerwood 2nd Grader is Week's Weather Look for steady temps throughout week, highs near 60 degrees Student Art Athletes of the Week A5 Classifieds A9 Comics A8 Coming Events A5 Editorial A4 News from Past A2 Obituaries A3 Photo of the Week A6 School Calendar A6 School Menus A6 Senior Menus A6 Sports B1 Worship A6 Inside Today High Low Outlook Oct. 18 58 38 Showers Oct. 19 57 31 Rain possible Oct. 20 51 32 Partly sunny Oct. 21 55 30 Partly cloudy Oct. 22 54 38 Partly sunny Oct. 23 60 33 Mostly sunny Oct. 24 59 29 Rain possible Wyndmere-Lidgerwood running back Hunter Churchill came through in a big series that ended the North Border threat. $1.00 « SPORTS, B1 Charlie Moffet Lane Grasto Aaron Bell Seniors won't let 'no' stop progress LIDGERWOOD SENIOR CITIZENS won't let a word like 'no' stop them from accomplishing their tasks, the latest being concrete at their new building. No and why were all too common when the building project was contemplated. Proving once again that age is ir- relevant when accomplishing dif- ficult tasks, the Lidgerwood Senior Citizens are almost done with their new center. Again. New concrete work was recently installed, which likely is the last work to be done at the center, al - though some members are still look- ing around to see if there is another project to tackle. Perhaps some more landscaping next year? Tin the storage shed? Installation of bricks to create new flower beds? BY KAREN SPEIDEL SEE SENIORS, PAGE A10 Kackman Broth- ers did the con- crete work at the Lidgerwood Senior Citizens Building. Brady Kackman and Kyle Kackman, both of Lidgerwood, are showing here doing some of the finishing work after the concrete was poured. The project was broken into dif - ferent sections to make it easier to work with for the Kackman Brothers. KAREN SPEIDEL |  NEWS-MONITOR Playoff fever strikes Warbird fans Benefit for Breuer set for Saturday BY KAREN SPEIDEL Some Mooreton residents decided a celebration would help their friend and neighbor caught up by calamity. Not knowing how else to help, a group of people decided a benefit was the best way to bring a sense of fun after Jeanette Breuer lost her house to a fire the same day SEE BENEFIT, PAGE A10 Breuer NOVEMBER TH BILL AMERMAN ND State House JIM DOTZENROD ND State Senate JERRY KELSH ND State House A proven record of fighting for rural North Dakota. XNLV295047 PAID FOR BY THE TH DISTRICT DEMNPL KAREN SPEIDEL | NEWS-MONITOR Wyndmere-Lidgerwood had a home playoff game Saturday, Oct. 15 as the Warbirds hosted North Border. The sidelines were full of cheering football fans, including this group made up of Ed Vasquez, Coleen Jorgenson, Sue Moffet, Lori Kuzel, Wendy Johnson and Heidi Foertsch. For more on this game, look to the Sports page on B1. 'THEY BLOCK FOR ME, I RUN FOR THEM.'

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