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PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. More scenes from the 37th annual Highland Tournament STEPPING UP TO THE BASKET - Canton Lady Tiger Kristyn Caldwell goes up for one of her baskets against Pal- myra Saturday night in the girls championship game. Caldwell was Can- ton's leading scorer for the contest. PNJ photos by Dan Steinbeck Co CENTER STAGE - Canton's Steffen Sim- mons takes a shot nearly spread eagle in the center of the lane against Palmyra Saturday. (At right) TAKE DOWN? - It looks more vicious than it really was, but Canton's Colt Carper (32) and a Palmyra Panther scramble for control of a lose basketball Satur- day in the championship game of the Highland Tournament. Palmyra won the game. News BIDING HER TIME - Canton's Tori Niemann, (with ball) waits for a Pal- myra Panther to clear so she can take a shot. THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 2009 . PAGE 14 Pesticide Applicator training set for various local places Pesticide Applicator and Feb. 24 (Clark County Training (PAT) meetings for private applicators have been scheduled beginning in late January. The ses- sions will cover topics in- cluding basics of pest biol- ogy, IPM (Integrated Pest Management), pesticide formulations, pesticide safety, pesticide labels, laws and regulations, and calibration. Trainings will be from 10 a.m. to noon February 23 (Palmyra State Bank Community Room in Pal- myra). Evening meetings, from 7 -9 p.m., will be January 26 (Highland High School in Ewing), Feb. 23 (Palmyra State Bank Com- munity Room in Palmyra), Fretwell recceives medal for meritorious service First Lieutenant Timo- thy C. Fretwell received the Navy Marine Corp Commendation Medal for meritorious service while serving as Logistics Ad- visor, Border Transition Team (BTT) 4200, 1 Ma- rine Expeditionary Force (Forward) in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom from January 22, 2008 to January 18, 2009. First Lieutenant Timo- thy C. Fretwell's inspi- rational leadership, ex- ceptional judgment, and unsurpassed initiative contributed directly to the overwhelming success of BTT 4200 and the im- provement of the 2nd Re- gion Department of Border Enforcement (DBE). He is distinguished himself by consistently displaying superior ability to plan, organize and di- rect mission oriented tasks while providing sound University of Missouri Ex- tension Center in Kahoka). Attendance to only one of these classes is required for private certification in Missouri. Private pesticide applicator certification is valid for five years. Re- certification can be done at each meeting. The program costs $12, for the training manual for all participants. Those interested in attend- ing one of these PAT meet- ings are asked to preregister by contacting the Marion County University of Mis- souri. University of Mis- souri Extension at (573) 769-2177 or management guidance and COUnty Extension night to offer various courses january 27 cialist); "Quail Habitat & Management" and "Wild- life Management" (John Pinkowski, Private Land Specialist, Missouri De- partment of Conservation); and "Cost-Share in 2009" (USDA-NRCS and Lewis Co. SWCD). Door prizes will be drawn at the end of the evening; winners must be present. In addition, elec- tions will be held for four vacancies on the Lewis County Extension Council. The evening is hosted by the Lewis County Univer- sity of Missouri Extension TIMOTHY FRETWELL advise for the l_raqi Secu- rity Forces (ISF) Logistics and Supply Officers. His maturity, initiative and moral character made him the ideal mentor for both senior officers and ju- nior enlisted Iraqi Border Police (IBP) of the 2nd Re- gion DBE. He is the son of Ter- ry Fretwell and Grace Fretwell, Canton. Council. For more infor- mation, contact the Lewis County Extension Office in Monticello at (573) 767- 5273. The annual Lewis County Extension Night will be held Tuesday Janu- ary 27, 2009 at Highland High School in Ewing, Missouri. The evening will begin at 5:45 p.m. with a meal sponsored by area businesses. Following the meal, University of Mis- souri Extension Specialists and the Missouri Depart- ment of Conservation will discuss a wide range of topics of interest to farm- ers, families, and individu- als. Concurrent program sessions will allow partici- pants to select and attend three programs of their choice. The program topics, beginning at 6:30, include: "Beef Cattle Update" and "2009 Beef Industry Out- look" (presented by Zac Erwin, Livestock Specialist and Dr. Dan Goehl, Canton Veterinary Clinic); "Stored Grain Insects" and "Pas- ture Weed Control" (Alix Carpenter, Agronomy Spe- cialist); "Habitudes: How Habits & Attitudes Affect Decisions & Actions Relat- ed to Money" and "Money Matters-How to Survive Tough Financial Times" (Debby Whiston, Family Financial Education Spe- cialist); "Understand the New Farm Bill" and "Land Prices and Rental Rates" (Darla Campbell, Ag Busi- ness Specialist); "2008 Gardening Challenge & How to Prepare for Next Season" and "Growing Fabulous Roses" (Jennifer Schutter, Horticulture Spe- fie E INCOMING CfALLS, TEXTS and PIX. Talk More- Pay Less! Better Check Cell Tech Today! CELL_00 . U.S.Cenular Canton 11oo E. Outer Road 573-288-3888 ,.,.o,,z, ,O,,T llfilCro We want yOu to know: Offer valid on plans $39.95 and higher and with two-year ser,,ice agreemext. 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