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Prairie Repertory Theatre Presents: Jesus Christ Super Star, Doner Auditorium, 688-6045, www.prairierep.org 10-11 SDSU Class of 1960 50th Class Reunion, 888-735-2257, www.statealum.com 10-12 South Dakota State Fire School, Michelson Middle School, www.sdfirefighters.org Junior Olympics Fast Pitch Softball Tournament, Softball Diamonds, www.sdasasoftball.com Friends of Baseball Tourney, Bob Sheldon Field, www.brookingsbaseball.com Brookings Car Festival, Downtown Brookings and Pioneer Park, www.brookingscarshow.com Ag Women’s Day, 9:00am-4:00pm, Brookings County Resource Center, Gail 692-8003 SD Quarter Horse Show, Swiftel Center, 692-7539, www.swiftelcenter.com Prairie Repertory Theatre Presents: Leaving Iowa, Doner Auditorium, 688-6045, www.prairierep.org 5th Annual Boys and Girls Club Longest Day of Golf, Brookings Country Club, 692-3333, www.bgcbrookings.org Longest Day 10K, 6:00pm, Fishback Soccer Complex, www.prairiestriders.net Lunch on the Dairy Farm, 11:00am-1:00pm, Global Dairy-Estelline, SD, 692-6125, www.brookingschamber.org Buckcherry with Sevendust, Drowing Pool & Janus, 7:30pm, Swiftel Center, 692-7539, www.swiftelcenter.com Prairie Repertory Theatre Presents: Plaza Suite, Doner Auditorium, 688-6045, www.prairierep.org Mid-America Go Kart Nationals, 12:00pm, University Plains Speedway, www.southdakotakartclub.com Sioux River ABATE Ride Through, Downtown Brookings, 690-4856, www.downtownbrookings.com 14th Bill Lindsey Memorial Golf Scramble, Edgebrook Golf Course, 692-4675 4-H Horse Show, 8am-4pm, Swiftel Center, 692-7539, www.swiftelcenter.com

Music on Main • Every Thursday in June • Nick’s Park • www.downtownbrookings.com Farmer’s Market Wednesdays (3p-6p) and Saturdays (8a-Noon) • City Plaza Parking Lot

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It was Jeff Gordon who changed all that. Gordon, of course, has won four championships and 82 races. He’s younger than Reutimann. “Gordon shows up, and all the rules changed,” said Reutimann. “Everybody wanted a young guy because he (Gordon) was producing on the race track. You’ve got a guy like Mark Martin. I’m not saying I’m a Mark Martin, but when you’re out

there racing that guy and he’s kicking butt, it makes you feel really good. “It makes you feel like you maybe have a little bit of longevity. You never know. In the end, if you run well on the race track, they’ll probably keep you around no matter how old you get.” Is there still room for a late bloomer? Why, sure. “Forty is the new 30, anyway,” said Reutimann. “That’s what I’m going with.”

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Monte Dutton has covered motorsports for The Gaston (N.C.) Gazette since 1993. He was named writer of the year by the National Motorsports Press Association in 2008. His blog NASCAR This Week (http://nascar.rbma.com) features all of his reporting on racing, roots music and life on the road. E-mail Monte at nascar_thisweek@yahoo.com. © 2010 King Features Synd., Inc.

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Q: I have a M.J. Hummel plate, “Apple Tree Boy and Girl -- Little Companions,” that was issued in 1989. How much could I get for it? -- Ellaline, Ormond Beach, Fla. A: Your plate was introduced by the Danbury Mint and is part of a series, all originally available by mail order for $32.45 each. The complete set sold for $389.40, which included a display rack. According to Luckey’s Hummel Figurines & Plates: Identification and Price Guide by Carl F. Luckey and updated by Dean A. Genth (Krause, $27.95), your plate has a current value of about $25. Special issue plates are generally extremely difficult to sell on the secondary market. ••• Q: While cleaning out my late in-laws’ home, I discovered a picture of William McKinley, the 25th president of the United States. In addition to an image of McKinley, Ida Saxton McKinley and Nancy Allison McKinley, there are pictures of his homes in Niles, Ohio, and Canton, Ohio. We would like to know its value. -- Carol, Willmar, Minn. A: The Stark County Historical Society is dedicated to the collecting and preservation of all significant materials and records relating both to the history of Stark County and the presidential history of William McKinley. You can contact them about your picture c/o The William McKinley Museum, 800 McKinley Monument Drive, NW, Canton, OH 44708. McKinley, the last American Civil War veteran to be elected U.S. president, was assassinated in 1901 by anarchist Leon Czolgosz. During the aftermath that followed, photos and souvenirs of the late president flooded the U.S. marketplace, and I suspect your picture is a product of that emotional period. © 2010 King Features Synd., Inc.


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Arlington / Big Stone City / Brookings / Bryant / Castlewood / Clark / Clear Lake / DeSmet / Elkton / Estelline / Flandreau / Florence / Hayti / Henry

Patriots always talk of dying for their country and never of killing for their country. - Bertrand Russell, attributed

St. Martin’s Lutheran Church & School

1200 Second St. NE • Watertown • 886-4976 Worship Thursday - 7:30 p.m. Sunday - 8:30 & 11:00 a.m. Sunday School - 9:45 a.m. www.stmartinschurch.com

Our Savior Lutheran Church Medary & 8th St. South • Brookings • 692-6989 Worship Sunday - 9:00 a.m. Monday - 7:00 p.m. www.oslcbrookings.net

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Watertown

C-Store on 212 • Hwy 20 Station Hwy 81 Cardtrol

Webster C-Store

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Hwy 15 & 22 • Clear Lake 800-601-0898 www.fritzchevy.com

RIDGEVIEW EQUIPMENT LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT SALES

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Ed Dorneman 605-886-2595

4th Annual Farley Fest • June 25-27, 2010 Saturday, June 26

10K/5k run/2mile fun walk/Kid’s Run (High School)

Friday, June 25

Arts in the Park • 5-10pm Burn Out Competition Registration at 6pm Competition at 7pm Music by Scatter 8-10pm Beer Garden • 5-10pm Fireworks @ Dusk Schedule subject to change. Check www.farleyfest.com for updates.

Registration @ 7:15am Walk @ 8am 10K/5K @ 8:15am Kid’s Run - After the 5K Farley Fest Shoot-Out (3-on-3 tournament) @ 9am Men’s Softball Tourney (Pribyl Park) @ 10am Arts in the Park @ 10am-9pm Fun at the Milbank Mill @ 10am-12pm Kid’s Tractor Pull (State Auto parking lot) @ 11am Q-Fest (4H grounds if raining) judging done by Noon open to public • 12:00-2:30pm Destination Ride & Bike Show (Top Hat Lanes) 1:30-4:30pm Luke Bryan Concert (Norm’s Repair if raining) VIP gate opens @ 5:30pm Reserved and GA gate opens @ 6:30pm After Dance ‘til 2am

www.FarleyFest.com

Sunday, June 27

Gesswein Motors Car Show Registration @ 9am Show • 10am-2pm Men’s Softball Tourney @ 9am Arts in the Park • 10am-3pm Parade on Main Street @ 4pm

Luke Brya n in Concert Saturday, June 26

With Special Guest Greg Hanson & the Backroads

Lake Farley Park

Milbank, SD

For Tickets

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