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PAGE 10 THE PRESS DECEMBER 12, 201 2 Photos: Larry Biri Top Left: Megan and Molly Steinkuehler got a hug from Santa in the Santa caboose at the station in Fordville. Middle Left: Santa's Helpers Julie Chalich (I-r) and Tara Kegley greeted the children as they entered the caboose to see Santa. Bottom Left: The Santa train crosses Highway 32 as it makes its way from Fordville to Lankin on a snowy Saturday afternoon. Top Right: Isabella Swartz was excited to see Santa but didn't really care for the loud train whistle. Holding Isabella is her dad Mike. Middle Right: Lydia and Carther Stark wait for the Santa train in Lankin to see Santa and to donate some Christmas presents to those in need. Bottom Right: Santa made a stop in Lankin and not everyone was that excited about it, such as Luke Beneda. The cafE in Lankin was the place to be early Saturday afternoon as not only was Santa there, but also Janine Yule of the Silver Dollar Caf served free barbecues, with delicious homemade buns and homemade candy and drawings were held. // mmm Have you subscribed to on. the Press? GET YOUR SUBSCRIPTION TO THE PRESS! IN COUNTY OUT OF COUNTY OUT OF STATE $34 $38 $42 YOUR EVENTS... YOUR COMMUNITY.. YOUR HOMETOWN PAPER IN THE HEART OF WALSH COUNTY aren't lake a look at Cable TV programmers run the show.They ch per channel, place requirements on channel their programming, and have virtual requirements...and they are continuall! pricing. Currently 67% of Polar's Cable TV rate is made up of programming cos i. SF ccount for a bout 30% of our rated sports channels charges the highest per-household fee of any cable channel. They are passing on the costs of the large sums they must pay out to the sporting leagues, who in turn pay the athletes salaries. AI] the while tackling the pocket books of you, the cable subscriber. Nobody's touchdown is worth that much[ \ www.think