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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - July 3, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba A2 BRANDON July 2002 Ethanol byproduct offers many possibilities BY KYIA DUNCAN Brandon Sun Tf youre gassing up at a Mohawk or your vehicle is probably feeding on the same chem ical which is preserving your pickles in the refriger Not only could the mass production of ethanol mean a cleaner but the byproducts from producing which is per cent could mean many spinoff products for human and animal consumption and I dont know if theres endless but says Raymond feedstock coordi nator at the Mohawk ethanol plant in There are about 25 products that can be pro duced from the byproducts in the near Currently the Minnedosa plant is Kosher pickle certified because 10 per cent of its ethanol is used for industrial included vinegar and anti freeze The plant also sells whats left of the wheat a wheat corn grain thats loaded with dietary incredibly low in fat and loaded with vitamins to cattle It would be really good for people with dia betes because the sugar and starch have been removed in the process and its extremely high in Dyck says before Mohawk was purchased by Husky Oil Limited four years the company was looking at marketing the grain for human con sumption in breads and condiments as a nearly perfect health Right now its used for cattle feed because it is so loaded with vitamins and the hog industry is very interested in Dyck It would also make a great natural fertilizer for home But Husky was not interested and has no plans to look into selling the grain for human consump tion anytime Dyck says he can see the ethanol industry devel oping into more than just a fuel He says the 10 per cent of ethanol produced by the plant which isnt mixed with gasoline can be used in antifreeze and cleaning The ethanol one of seven in has been Deducing ethanol from cattle feed top quali ty wheat for the last 21 It produces about litres a day and over 10 million litres of ethanol each from about one million bushels of Ninety per cent of the ethanol is shipped to Winnipeg for final blending and distribution across the The 10 per cent ethanol90 per cent gasoline mix is sold as premium or plus gasoline at Mohawk and Husky gas It is touted as Mother Natures for good Ethanol is a biodegrad able alcohol produced from renewable resources like Province will pick up hearing tab CONTINUED FROM Al Leading up to the plant the city and company held seven or eight informal public Mayor Reg Atkinson doesnt expect the hearing to hold up the I think the track record will prove pretty The plant there is better than the plant for the city waste An earlier study of Maple Leafs impact on the Assiniboine showed the packer has had a negligible A hearing into Simplots plan for a potatoprocessing plant in Portage last ed six The province pays the cost of which are at least per Strachan Away from the public its likely the city and company will negoti ate who pays to upgrade the industrial treatment plant a cost Paton esti mates as at least The city and province paid that much to build the treatment The city wants the packer to pay this but the company takes another Its my view that it will be negotiat ed with responsibility on both Maxwell Maple Leaf also pays the treatment plants operating costs plus a 20 per cent premium for the citys overhead Casino petition ends The woman who started a petition to keep a casino out of Brandon says shes calling it In a letter to the Sun Connie Bieber said she wont have any thing more to do with the because she did not have the support of her husband Dan She refused to elaborate on her deci Brandon Sun LOTTERIES PICKS GARBAGE DAY 3 CONTACT US Toll DEATHS widow of Rex Rose Evelyn born Linda Diane nee of Flora died at of Bernd beloved husband of Ernest Roy passed away June of Watch Tomorrows BRANDON SUN for these flyers If you do not receive these flyers call the Brandon Sun Circulation Department 7270527 Moving on COUN SUN Cattle make their way down a gravel road off of Grand Valley Road yesterday Staff from the Agricultural Research Station moved several hundred head of cattle to a new grazing Move will provide valueadded product CONTINUED FROM Al It wont solve all our challenges of international its just the more valueadded products we can produce here in Manitoba and give farmers a fair income for the less reliant we are on these adhoc programs that drive all of us Doer The NDP government was one of three provinces Saskatchewan and which reject ed the federal governments billion Agricultural Policy Framework Saskatchewans NDP government is also promoting expansion of an ethanol In March the government introduced legislation which will man date ethanolblended gasoline and pro vide tax breaks for the Ethanol is a biodegradable alcohol produced from renewable resources such as Man will undergo assessment after shooting BY DEAN PRITCHARD Brandon Sun A 20yearold Oak Lake man accused of firing a rifle outside his former employers home has been ordered to undergo a forensic Sean Ellis was arrested Monday after shots were fired at an Oak Lake area residence and later at a parked vehicle in Ellis appeared in Brandon court yesterday charged with two counts of possessing a weapon dangerous to the public two counts of careless use of a one count of possessing a weapon while pro hibited and two counts of breach of Judge David Coppleman said it was in Ellis best interests to undergo an I am satisfied there are reasonable grounds to doubt he is fit to stand trial or be held criminally he Police say a man shot three rounds from a high pow ered rifle at a home near Oak Lake around Two shots were aimed at a dog in the back the third at a parked The dog wasnt Fifteen minutes police received a report of a man firing a rifle at a vehicle parked on Seventh Street in Both vehicles and the Oak Lake property belong to Ellis former Court heard Ellis had been fired a day Police arrested Ellis without incidence at an Oak Lake area residence shortly after 6 Police recovered a weapon believed to have been used in the Ellis appeared in court yesterday unrepresented by a When Coppleman encouraged Ellis to seek the advice of a Ellis launched into an epithetfilled called himself a communist and spat in Copplemans Ellis will undergo a 30day forensic assessment in Winnipeg beginning He will appear in Brandon court Sophonow sends back will take Manitoba to court BY SCOTT EDMONDS Canadian Press WINNIPEG Thomas jailed for a murder he didnt has rejected almost million from the province of Manitoba and will go to court to get the entire million he was awarded last The cheque was returned to the lawyer Norman Boudreau said I was instructed by Sophonow to aggressively pursue this He said Sophonow would not sign the release that accompanied the more than payment from the province because it came with condi One was his acceptance that the province was responsible for only 40 per cent of the million recom mended last December by retired Supreme Court Justice Peter We believe that the province should be liable for 100 per cent of the com pensation Boudreau Sophonow has received so plus his legal for his wrongful conviction and the almost four years he spent in prison for the 1981 murder of Barbara Stoppel in the doughnut shop where she Cory conducted a lengthy public inquiry into his case last year after police and justice officials admitted they made mistakes and had charged the wrong The murder remains At the provinces Cory apportioned the award after the He said Manitoba should pay 40 per Ottawa 10 per cent and the City of Winnipeg 50 per The federal government paid its share and the province earlier made a token The City of Winnipeg has balked at its tab and Sophonow and Boudreau say it is up to the province to They allege the province has no right to try to duck its responsibility by asking Cory to split the There was nothing in the memoran dum of understanding when this inquiry was set Boudreau Boudreau claims there was essential ly a contract between Sophonow and the province when the inquiry was cre ated to look into his case and that is the foundation for the antiabortion group uses Winnipeg library web site WINNIPEG The Winnipeg Public Library is trying to remove its name from an antiabortion Internet Web site that offers images of dead Library officials discovered a Web address called that directs people to a site at The librarys true Web address is We certainly are very library spokesman Rick Walker said The library has no affiliation with the antiabortion which is located in the United Library officials have asked an American Web domain registrar to immediately stop the Press Brandon Suns Forecast Winds High Humidex Tonight Variably Low Friday Variably cloudy pop High Low H 23 L 15 Tomorrow Variably High Low Saturday Mainly sunny with cloudy High Low Sunday Mainly sunny with cloudy High Low Todays UV index Time to burn 6 Moderate 23 minutes hTtw iVjfeather Warm Iron Cold rant Occlusion Trough H 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