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Vol. 25, No. 16
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AROUND
THE REGION
April Scheinoha
324 Main Ave. N., Thief River Falls, MN 56701
http://www.nwatch.com
“Northwest Minnesota’s Regional Newspaper”
Wildfire burns in
Roseau County
by April Scheinoha
Reporter
As of Thursday morning,
fire had burned 6,000 acres
about 14 miles southwest of
Warroad. No injuries were
reported, and no structures
were damaged. The fire
wasn’t contained as of that
time.
Firefighters were dispatched to Palsburg Forest
Road, east of Hayes Lake
State Park at about 2 p.m.
Wednesday, according to
Minnesota Department of
Natural Resources Public
Information Officer Jeff
Edmonds. Aided by 30- to
40-mph winds, the fire then
jumped a road and began
burning dense pine trees. It
then made its way into the
Bemis Hill State Recreation
Area. Burned were tribal
land and state land, primarily state forest land in the
Beltrami
Island
State
Forest. The cause of the fire
remains under investigation.
A press release indicated
that two Blackhawks and a
helicopter are being used to
drop water on the fire.
Woodstrom to
speak in Hallock
Hallock - “Annelee
Woodstrom, 88, Ada,
has experienced much
in life; some of it is
good, but much of it no
one would want to experience. Growing up in
Nazi Germany, she
watched her father go
off to war and never
return.
With
her
American soldier husband Kenny Woodstrom
(who passed away in
1998), she reared a family of two children in the
United States, one of
whom was killed in an
accident involving a
drunk
driver.
She
became a successful
teacher and self-published two books, one of
which won the Jeanette
Fair Award from Delta
Kappa Gamma Society
International.
“On Saturday, April
18, she will share her
story, beginning at 1:30
p.m. at the Hallock
Senior
Center.”
Kittson County Enterprise, April 15, 2015, by
Linda Andersen
Lions honor
Gagnon
Red Lake Falls “Vern Gagnon, Red
Lake Falls, was presented a Melvin Jones
Fellowship Award on
Saturday, April 11 at
the Red Lake Falls
Lions Club’s monthly
meeting. The award is
the
Lions’
highest
award on behalf of the
Lions Club International Foundation.” Red Lake Falls Gazette,
April 15, 2015
Soupçon
Death Notices
Rural Reflections
Editorials
Sports
Classifieds
Saturday, April 18, 2015
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Other equipment is being
utilized. Firefighters on the
ground include crews from
Wisconsin and Michigan.
Due to the fire, the following roads have been
closed:
• Thompson Road
• Wobbles Road
• Bemis Hill Road
• Tofte Road
• Black’s Winner Road
Firefighters were also
dispatched to another fire
Wednesday afternoon north
of Gonvick. The fire started
north of the lefse plant, Fire
Chief Dan Johnson said. On
Thursday morning, the
DNR was fighting spot fires.
No injuries or structural
damage were reported.
Johnson didn’t have an estimate on the amount of acres
burned. The cause of the
fire remains under investigation.
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Sanford to present plan
for apartments in TRF
Erskine
“On
Saturday, April 11, a
power pole was struck
and snapped off at
ground level in the city
of Erskine. … Power
lines held the pole in
position, and a few
homes were without
power as their service
lines were torn down.
Crews spent about
three hours repairing
the lines. The incident
remains under investigation.” - The Erskine
Echo, April 16, 2015
Grygla
“The
Grygla Fire & Rescue
crew held a grain rescue
training Monday, April
6 at the CHS Northwest
Grain Elevator. Firefighters played the role
of
victim,
which
involved being trapped
in a semi-trailer of
grain while the rescue
squad used cofferdams
to extract the victim
from the grain. … The
crew was training with
new $10,000 equipment, which the department received through
donations.” - Grygla
Eagle, April 15, 2015
Inside
Wary watch continues
Power pole
snapped
Grain rescue
training held
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Thief River Falls, MN 56701
by April Scheinoha
Reporter
Dry conditions and a passing train led to a fire Friday, April 10 in the city of Greenbush.
The fire burned an L shape from the train tracks to Highway 32. (Submitted)
Student
housing
available
at UND
Representatives
from
Sanford Health are expected to appear at the next
Thief River Falls City
Council meeting to present
a conceptual plan for apartments at the site of its former hospital. The meeting
is scheduled for Tuesday,
April 21 at 5:30 p.m.
Under the proposal,
apartments would be constructed on the north side of
the former hospital as well
as the former site of the
Avian
influenza
detected
in Roseau
County
Inspiration
by David Hill
Editor
Northland Community
and Technical College and
the University of North
Dakota, Grand Forks, N.D.,
are partnering to provide
housing options for NCTC
students during the 20152016 academic year.
Beginning in the fall of
2015, UND housing and
dining services will be available to NCTC students.
In the past few years,
finding housing for students, particularly in Thief
River Falls, has been challenging. NCTC has campuses in East Grand Forks and
Thief River Falls.
The partnership will
offer NCTC students two
housing options that will
offer convenience to shuttle
stops, roommate assignment and housing with
other
NCTC
students.
Proximity to Wilkerson
Commons, a dining and
gathering location, will offer
additional flexibility in dining options.
NCTC students will also
be able to ride a shuttle bus
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Thief River Care Center.
Space would also be available for a cafe or retail. The
middle portion of the building would be demolished for
parking.
Dialysis and mental
health units would remain
at the downtown campus in
the section of the building
containing the lobby.
City Administrator Larry
Kruse presented brief information about the plan to the
Administrative
Services
Committee Thursday, April
16.
Saphire Brown, Blake Walker and dancers from Northern Lights Dance Studio performed
Wednesday, April 15 at a concert at Lincoln High School in Thief River Falls. The concert
raised funds for a music video featuring Thief River Falls resident Gracie Woods, who is
battling cancer. The video is scheduled to be shot Sunday, April 26 in Thief River Falls. A
total of $10,000 needs to be raised. Donations are being accepted at
www.gofundme.com/pxn7do.
The USDA announced
Thursday evening that an
additional four turkey
flocks were confirmed positive with H5N2 highlypathogenic avian influenza.
Among those flocks was one
in Roseau County.
As of Thursday, avian
influenza had been detected
at 26 farms in 14 Minnesota
counties. The total number
of birds affected is now over
1.6 million. All farms affected by avian influenza
remain under quarantine.
There have been on
human infections. In general, avian influenza viruses
are spread to people
through direct contact with
infected birds or their environments, including contaminated bedding, feed or
water.
Person-to-person
spread of avian influenza
viruses is rare and limited.
This is not a public
health risk or a food safety
risk. The potential risk is
for those who have direct
contact with infected birds.
In some cases certain HPAI
H5 viruses can infect people
and it is important to
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Rehabilitating domestic abusers
by Scott DCamp
Reporter
In the 1980s, the community of Duluth challenged
traditional thinking when it
came to cases of domestic
abuse. Instead of placing
blame on victims, batterers
were held accountable and
victims were kept safe.
The innovative process
prioritizes the voices and
experiences of women who
experience battering to create policies and procedures.
It is based on a belief that
battering is a pattern of
actions used to intentionally
Department of Corrections has success in
rehabilitating domestic abusers
control or dominate an intimate partner. It actively
works to change societal conditions that support men’s
use of tactics of power and
control over women. It offers
change opportunities for
offenders through courtordered educational groups
for batterers; and has ongoing discussions between
criminal and civil justice
agencies, community mem-
bers and victims to close
gaps and improve the community’s response to battering.
The new thought process
would eventually be known
as the Duluth Model. Today,
it is the backbone of many
programs aimed at reforming offenders, including a
group-based domestic abuse
treatment
program
in
Pennington County.
The
Minnesota
Department of Corrections
has offered a communitybased domestic abuse treatment program for residents
in Pennington and Marshall
counties since February
2013. The program was originally grant-funded but it is
now funded by the offenders
themselves, who pay a $300
fee up front.
Mary Gerardy, DOC pro-
bation officer, is a co-facilitator of the group. She said
there are typically between
five and eight offenders in
the group at a time.
Men’s Domestic Violence
Intervention Program
The DOC’s communitybased men’s domestic abuse
treatment program is governed by Minnesota Statute
518B.02, which outlines an
intake process to be used for
each offender and guidelines
for rehabilitation programs.
Gerardy said the process
begins after a guilty verdict
or guily plea. The court will
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SHAFFER
Enbridge wins important
ruling for Sandpiper Pipeline
An administrative law
judge has recommended
that the Minnesota Public
Utilities Commission grant
a Certificate of Need permit
for the Sandpiper Pipeline
Project.
Enbridge Pipeline officials submitted a statement
to The Times that said this
recommendation is significant and will enable the
Minnesota
regulatory
process to move forward in
a timely manner.
Enbridge
believes
Sandpiper has broad and
deep support throughout
Minnesota. “We are grateful for the supporters who
attended public hearings on
the project earlier this year
and for the thousands of
others – including 60
Minnesota legislators and
the majority of the county
commissions along the
route – who have expressed
their support of Sandpiper.
Minnesotans sharing their
personal stories underscored the need for this
project
and
provided
numerous statements to
the record validating the
benefits Minnesota will
receive from Sandpiper.
Likewise, Enbridge has
secured easement agreements with 95 percent of
the private landowners.”
The statement released
by Endbridge added that
“Sandpiper is important for
the State of Minnesota. It
will help address rail congestion throughout the
state by putting increased
Bakken oil supplies in
pipelines. Sandpiper will
benefit northern Minnesota
communities with economic
stimulus by generating an
estimated $25 million in
annual property taxes.
Sandpiper also will create
1,500
family-sustaining
construction jobs while providing an economic boost to
the region’s businesses during construction.
“We all depend on the
safe, reliable delivery of
energy to enjoy our quality
of life. Enbridge has operated oil pipelines in northern
Minnesota for more than 65
years, delivering the energy
we need to fuel vehicles,
JOSH
HAGEN
RHODA
HALVORSON
1730 3rd St. W., Thief River Falls, MN • (218) 681-4303 • (866) 848-4303
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Home Study
Groups banquet
to be held
Marshall
County
Extension Home Study
Groups invite everyone to
the East Council Spring
Banquet on Tuesday May 5
at Nazareth Lutheran
Church in Holt. Everyone
is welcome. You don’t need
to be a member of a home
study club to attend.
The event will begin
with registration at 6 p.m.
and dinner at 6:30 p.m. The
cost is $5. Pre-registration
is desired.
After
dinner,
Sue
Thompson will get everyone
laughing with a presentation on Laughter Yoga.
Thompson is a certified
Laughter Yoga instructor
from East Grand Forks.
There will be musical entertainment and door prizes.
Registrations should be
sent to Eleanor Larson,
32265 160th Ave. N.E.,
Middle River, MN 56737, by
Friday April 24 to allow the
food committee time for
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power manufacturing and
grow jobs. Protecting people
and the environment is our
first priority. We maintain
the highest safety standards and best practices to
protect our employees, residents and natural resources
along our pipelines.
“Enbridge’s
proposed
Sandpiper route provides
the best balance for the
State of Minnesota. It is the
shortest and most energyefficient; impacts fewer
landowners, cities and
towns, and fewer natural
resources overall; and connects at Clearbrook and
Superior as required by our
transportation
service
agreements and by the
FERC in the approved rate
design.
“We will continue to
work cooperatively with the
regulatory and permitting
authorities, state agencies,
elected officials and the
public as we proceed with
the permitting process.”
ROGER
SHAFFER
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MATT
SHAFFER
JOSH
HAGEN
RHODA
HALVORSON
1730 3rd St. W., Thief River Falls, MN • (218) 681-4303 • (866) 848-4303
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Registered at Target
The Thief River Falls Police Department
and Minnesota Bureau of Criminal
Apprehension are investigating the
death of a Thief River Falls woman.
Police Chief Dick Wittenberg said the
Law Enforcement Center received a
911 call at 4 a.m. Thursday. A resident
reported that a woman had suffered a
gunshot wound at 316 Arnold Ave. N.
An ambulance transported Amber
Dawn Wold, 36, to Sanford Medical
Center, where she was pronounced
dead at 4:45 a.m. No foul play is suspected at this point, Wittenberg said.
He indicated the department and BCA
are waiting for autopsy results.
Benefit to be held
for Jayne Miller
A benefit will be held for
Jayne Miller to help with
her medical expenses.
The benefit will be held
Sunday, April 19 at St.
Bernard’s Catholic Church,
105 Knight Ave. N. in Thief
River Falls. It starts with
prayers for healing at 3
p.m. It will then be followed
by a meal of BBQs, potato
salad and chips in the
parish hall. A freewill offering will be accepted. The
fundraiser has applied for
supplemental
funds
through
Thrivent
–
Pennington/Red
Lake
County chapter.
Proceeds will go to help
with
Miller’s
medical
expenses accrued with
Graves’ disease and pancreas and colon issues.
Donations may be sent to
Margaret Rasmussen, 105
Knight Ave. N., Thief River
Falls, MN 56701.
Winners announced for
Times Home, Sport and
Family Show drawings
Winners from various
drawings conducted at the
Thief River Falls Times
Home, Sport and Family
Show included the following:
Evergreen Implement
- Emilee Hoglo, a child’s gift
basket.
The
Pennington
County Sportsmen Club
- a LED flashlight to Jim
Strandlie.
Gold Canyon - Amanda
McMullen
Kickn’ Up Kountry two four-day music event
tickets to Logan Holsapple
Newfolden Fire Dept. fire extinguishers to Kathy
Englund and Drew Monson.
Sanford Healthcare
DEATHS
Thomas
McGlynn, 84
Mentor
Thomas
McGlynn Sr., 84, Mentor,
died Monday, April 13, 2015
at the Villa St. Vincent in
Crookston surrounded by
his loving family.
Mass of Christian Burial
was held on Friday, April 17
at 10:30 a.m. at St.
Lawrence Catholic Church
in Mentor, with Father Joe
Richards
officiating.
Interment will be held at St.
Lawrence
Catholic
Cemetery near Mentor.
Nancy
Hess, 65
Argyle - Nancy Hess, 66,
Argyle, died unexpectedly in
her home on Wednesday,
April 15, 2015.
Funeral service were held
Friday, April 17 at the
Evangelical
Covenant
Church in Argyle. Interment
was held at Alma Baptist
Cemetery, rural Argyle.
Association - a thermalwheeled tote to Eloise
Raymond
Simplicity Photo and
Design - a free 30-minute
outdoor session to Karlee
Johnson and Dixie Hoglo
Newtricise - a complete
Yoga
set
to
Becky
Christensen
Jamberry Nails - a free
sheet of mails to Kjersten
Timm
Thief
River
Falls
Times - $50 to Mary
Walseth and $50 to Tim
Nelson, and $25 to Emma
Wiseama
Vendors Wanted
(Flea • Craft • Rummage)
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“Market in the Park”
Plummer’s 4th of July Celebration
Call Marlys for Information
218-465-4318
Tuition Assistance
State Tuition Reimbursement
GI Bill
Monthly Paycheck
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Glenice Johnson – “Lena”
Thank You,
Ronnie &
Ordella Haugen
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Saturday, April 18th
8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Zion Lutheran Church
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Lunch Available at 11:00 A.M.
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Saturday,
April 25, 2015
9 AM - 2 PM
Faith Lutheran
Church
Our Savior’s
Lutheran Church
pring upper
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Wednesday, April 22nd
5 - 7 p.m.
Menu: Meatballs,
Mashed Potatoes, Gravy,
Carrots, Coleslaw, Rolls,
Angel Food Cake With
Toppings
Proceeds benefit the Church and
Projects of the Faith Women
Freewill Offering
Vaccination
Clinic
Thursday,
April 30th
6-8 p.m.
Goodridge Area
Fire & Rescue Dept.
For more info.
Contact:
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& Cats kenneled
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April 27th!
Mr. Klemisch
is turning
Please send cards to:
Anthony Mauser
7287 153rd St.
PO Box 240753
St. Paul, MN 55124
No gifts or money,
just memories.
Thank you
Steve Gaalswyk
Sunday, April 19, 2015
10:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.
Erskine Community Center
Pancakes, Sausage, Strawberries,
“REAL” Whipped Cream and Beverage
OFFERING
In loving memory of
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Thrivent Financial for Lutherans
East Polk County Chapter
Sponsored by the Winger Lions Club
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Gaalswyk Benefit at the Ultima Bank
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Project Cupola
I love projects and I love
cupolas, so it was fate that
these two should meet. This
is project cupola.
I should explain. A cupola looks like a little shed on
top of a barn roof. It is there
to promote ventilation.
Projects are something I do
in my shop to keep me from
going nuts during the long,
gray forth season known as
winter. There, now you're
up to speed.
I began the cupola on a
ladder. I climbed to the
gable-end peak of the shop
roof and laid two boards on
end along the roof-line, so I
knew their angle. I then ran
screws through the boards
where they met. I took this
newly-formed template into
the shop and screwed it to
my workbench. Everything
I built from this point out
would depend on the accuracy of my template, so I
checked it several times
then began my work.
The base of the cupola
really just needs to transfer
the weight of the structure
to the roof. The base is sturdy, but I was more concerned with it being rigid
laterally than anything
else. The top side of the
base structure consisted of
two by fours and covered by
a three-quarter inch thick
piece of OSB. After I formed
the skeleton of the base, I
wrapped it in red barn steel
on the side and coil stock on
the top.
The top of the cupola was
formed by cutting two semicircles from a sheet of threequarter
inch
oriented
strand board (OSB) I then
stood both semi-circles on
their flat side 48 inches
apart and screwed two by
fours to span the distance
between the sheets of OSB.
I formed a structure in
between the two by fours
where they met the semicircle of OSB with more two
by fours, which created an
almost semi-circular frame
on the interior of the top
portion of cupola. If you are
lost by now, don't feel bad.
Re-read the previous three
sentences and you will probably still be lost.
It was now time to mount
the top to the bottom. I
made wooden posts from a
sandwich of two by fours
and OSB. I needed to leave
a channel open in the middle of each post so that a
half-threaded rod could be
passed through it. I used
the threaded rod to squeeze
each two foot post in
between the top and bot-
tom, which created an open
space, kind of like a church
steeple. I also threaded 14
gauge wire through one post
as I wanted to mount a light
from the bottom of the top
part of the cupola.
The roof of the cupola is
covered in galvanized steel.
I cut the galvanized steel so
that it hangs about two
inches over each side of the
OSB board, which forms the
face of the top. The face of
the cupola was covered in
red barn steel and slotted
into flexible j-channel,
which rides the upsidedown curve formed by the
bottom of the galvanizedsteel roof. The four barewood posts were then covered in Versatex column
wrap, which was glued and
fastened into place.
My nephew, Ben Nelson,
brought his bucket truck
out to lift the cupola into
place. He also let me ride
along, so I could finish up
the wiring. The light is
mounted to the ceiling of
the cupola and is on a photovoltaic switch. I typically
overbuild and the cupola
was no different as Ben and
I had to carry it out of my
shop which proved to be a
real milk strainer.”
I included pictures, but
you'll notice the cupola
gives my shop a southern
colonial look to it. This was
unintentional as there was
no plan included with this
project. Anyway, I think it
looks nice and it is always
good to lean on a project as
I limp through winter.
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Saturday, April 18, 2015
SOUPÇON
so͞opˈsoN/Sherry
(A veryLaCoursiere
small quanitity
of something)
Pippin
email: [email protected]
There’s nothing like a
tasty bowl of soup after a
hard day of yard clean-up:
CREAMY BROCCOLI
CHEESE SOUP
1 quart low sodium chicken
broth
2 cups 1 percent milk
1 (20 ounce) package frozen
broccoli cuts, thawed
1/2 small onion, finely
chopped
1/4 teaspoon pepper
7 ounces Velveeta cheese,
cut into 1/2 inch cubes (1
cup packed cubes)
1 1/3 cups instant mashed
potatoes
Combine broth, milk,
broccoli, onion, pepper and
1 cup water in slow cooker
bowl. Cover and cook on
high for 3 hours or low for 5
hours.
Whisk Velveeta into slow
cooker
until
smooth.
Sprinkle instant potatoes
over soup and whisk to combine. Serve immediately.
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If you aren’t fond of broccoli, try this one:
BEER CHEESE SOUP
4 cans of cream of celery
soup
2 cans Carnation milk
2 pounds Velveeta cheese
1 teaspoon Worcestershire
sauce
Dash of paprika and parsley flakes
1 or 2 cans beer
Combine ingredients and
heat on low to medium
heat.
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Have these tangy biscuits to go with the tangy
soup – what a meal!
BEER BISCUITS
2 cups flour
3 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup shortening
3/4 cup beer
Preheat oven to 450
degrees.
Roll dough out to 1/2 inch
thickness and cut with biscuit cutter.
Bake 10-12 minutes or
until golden.
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Bet Grandma never put
beer in her beans….or
maybe she did and that’s
why she was so happy those
“bean supper” days. But her
beans were good too:
BEER BAKED BEANS
4 strips bacon
1 medium red onion, diced
2 (28 ounce) cans baked
beans
1/4 cup ketchup
1/4 cup spicy brown mustard
3 tablespoons molasses
1 (12 ounce) bottle lager
beer
Preheat oven to 400
degrees.
Slice each chunk of bacon
into 4 pieces. Cook in a
large pot over medium heat
until fat is rendered, but
bacon is not yet crispy.
In pan with bacon fat,
cook chopped onion until
soft, about 5 minutes. Add
remaining ingredients and
stir to combine. Bring to
boil, then reduce heat and
simmer 10 minutes.
Carefully transfer with a
ladle to a 2 quart casserole
(or Grandma’s bean pot if
you are lucky enough to
have it). Place on foil lined
baking sheet and bake 45
minutes to 1 hour or until
beans are desired thickness.
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This recipe has no beer in
it, but it would be good anyway. If you have any, use
the leftovers from that
rotisserie chicken you had
for supper last night
(remove the good pieces of
chicken and then cook the
carcass for a wonderful
broth to use in your soup).
You may want to buy two
rotisserie chickens, one for
eating tonight and one for
making the soup tomorrow
night – the more chicken,
the better:
QUICK AND EASY
CHICKEN NOODLE
SOUP
1 tablespoon butter
1/2 cup chopped onion
1/2 cup chopped celery
4 (4.5 ounces each) cans
chicken broth
1 (14.5 ounce) can vegetable
broth
1/2 pound chopped cooked
chicken breast
1 1/2 cups egg noodles
1 cup sliced carrots
1/2 teaspoon dried basil
1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
Salt and pepper to taste
In large pot over medium
heat, melt butter. Cook
onion and celery in butter
just until tender, 5 minutes.
Pour in chicken and vegetable broths and then stir
in chicken, noodles, carrots,
basil, oregano, salt and pepper. Bring to a boil and then
reduce heat and simmer 20
minutes before serving.
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Top your beery soup
meals off with some tangy
dips for the sweet fresh
fruit that you can find in
the stores now. They are so
quick to fix and make such
a refreshing dessert.
Here is a creamy dip that
you will want to have icy
cold to dip into.
FRUIT DIP
1 package vanilla instant
pudding
8 ounce package of whipped
topping (use frozen)
8 ounces cream cheese
1 cup powdered sugar
1 cup milk
Mix together cream
cheese, sugar, milk and
pudding mix. Add whipped
topping.
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Yummy white dip with
the tang of orange:
FRUIT DIP II
1 (8 ounce) package cream
cheese
2 tablespoons orange juice
1/4 cup powdered sugar
1 (7 ounce) jar marshmallow cream
Mix
cream
cheese,
orange juice and powdered
sugar. Fold in marshmallow
cream.
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I haven’t tried this one
yet, but I’m going to the
store to buy fruit tomorrow.
I love the idea of brown
sugar and maple syrup in
the dip:
BONNIE’S FRUIT DIP
1 (8 ounce) package cream
cheese, softened
1/2 cup sour cream (for topping)
1 cup whipped cream
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup white sugar
1 tablespoons maple syrup
1 teaspoon vanilla
Combine cream cheese,
sour cream, whipped cream,
brown sugar, sugar, maple
syrup and vanilla. Mix until
smooth. Serve immediately.
Keep chilled.
Page 5
The First Ever...
Dramatic musical
at Open Arms
“Bow the Knee,” a dramatic musical created by
Chris Machen and arranged
and
orchestrated
by
Kirchard Kingsmore, will
be performed at Open Arms
Christian Fellowship, 401
St. Paul Ave. S., on Friday,
April 24 at 7 p.m., Saturday,
April 25 at 7 p.m., and
Sunday, April 26 at 2 p.m.
Community attendance is
invited. There is no admission charge; a freewill offering will be accepted.
Refreshments will be served
following the program.
The theme of the script,
written by Chris Machen
and Kimberly R. Messer, is
the biblical account of the
Roman centurion whose
servant Jesus healed. The
musical storyline, however,
presents a more expansive
timeline beginning before
the birth of Christ and
extending to his second
coming.
The following is a partial
synopsis of the story presented in “Bow the Knee”:
The opening scenes
include an angel (Tiffany
Wessel), Jesus (Harold
Chin),
God
(Scott
Besserud), Joseph (Josiah
Westerman), Mary (Millie
Westerman) and baby Jesus
(Emery Westerman)
Roman oppression is portrayed in the person of
Marcus (Scott Pream), a
Roman soldier who is not
adverse to using force to
keep Israel’s native people “Hebrew pests” he calls
them - in line at all times.
Marcus taunts a Hebrew
slave, Eli (Joe Efta), and
then boldly challenges
Anthony (Dan Sayler), a
centurion who steps in to
protect Eli.
In the city where
Anthony and Marcus are
stationed, Jesus (Harold
Chin) is healing a number
of people: a blind man
(Leonard Rondorf), a cripple
(Trevor Miles), a leper
(Mike Adamek), a man with
a withered hand (Luvern
Sorter), a deaf man (Mark
Lundquist). Jesus also raises a dead girl (Emma
Westerman) back to life.
Anthony is stunned as he
witnesses miracle after miracle. At Eli’s urging, he
approaches Jesus requesting that his servant,
Benjamin (Ron Northup),
be healed. A commotion at
the temple follows as a
Pharisee (Steve Nordhagen)
accuses a woman (Andi
Sherman) of adultery.
A triumphant crowd
(Janice Juhl, Monica Kehn,
Ted
Bowen,
Brittany
Bowen, Gracie Bowen,
Olivia
Wessel,
Jaiven
Westerman and Jonas
Westerman)
welcomes
Jesus to Jerusalem.
Later, Jesus prays in the
Garden of Gethsemane
while his disciples (Aaron
and Caleb Dyrud) sleep. An
angry mob, led by Judas
(David Fish) and a soldier
(Rolf Bredeson), interrupts
the quiet garden, seizes
Jesus and takes him to be
tried. Reluctantly, Pilate
(Brian Meekma) concedes to
High Priest (Joe Apostolou)
and who presses Pilate for
the death sentence.
As the disciple John
(Harold Chin) and Mary,
the mother of Jesus (Joan
Freeman) grieve, John tries
to make sense of what he
has just witnessed.
The choir, cast and support staff of “Bow the Knee”
Canoe • Bicycle • Walk/Run • Geocache
Lake Bronson Adventure Race
TEAMS OF THREE
SATURDAY, MAY 9TH • 9:30 A.M.
is made up of individuals
from the Thief River Falls
community and surrounding area. They will be joined
by the following guest musicians from Bismarck, N.D.:
Harold Chin, Mindy and
Alea Juhl, and James,
Kaylene
and Daniel
Venegas.
The choir, directed by
Kari Lindemoen, includes
the
following:
(First
Soprano)
Mikayla
Adolphson, Cindy Arlt,
Sherrie Engen, Mindy Juhl,
Jill Hall, Lola Kvalog,
Kathy
Panek,
Andi
Sherman; (Second Soprano)
Robin Bach, Alea Juhl,
Anna Nordhagen; (Alto)
Joan Freeman, Vi Hogberg,
Sheryl Northup, Marilyne
Sayler, Jolayne Simpson,
Kaylene Venegas; (Tenor)
Harold Chin, Jon Dyrud,
David
Fish,
Lowell
Hogberg, Brian Meekma,
Ron Northup, Dan Sayler,
James Venegas; (Bass)
LeRoy Aasland, Joseph
Apostolou, Scott Pream,
Daniel Venegas, Gary York.
Soloists are James and
Kaylene Venegas,
Andi
Sherman, Dan Sayler,
Harold Chin, Cindy Arlt
and Sherrie Engen.
Technical and support
staff
include:
Scott
Besserud (stage manager),
Brian
Meekma,
Scott
Besserud, Ron Northup and
Ben Sayler (set remodel);
Bonnie Dunston (costumes);
Ben Sayler (sound); Renae
Franke (lights); Jolayne
Simpson (refreshments).
"Musicians and actors
who are passionate about
the level of music they are
achieving (and even more
enthusiastic about the message
being
portrayed)
inspire my creativity and
restore my confidence in
what such a diverse group
can accomplish,” said Choir
Director Kari Lindemoen. “Everyone's preparedness
makes music FUN,” added
Lindemoen. “I am so proud
to be part of this incredible
show. ‘Bow the Knee’ is a
powerful and inspiring
depiction for the ears, eyes,
mind and heart. All of us
involved in its preparation
look forward to sharing this
compelling story with the
community."
Canoe ~ 2 miles • Bicycle ~ 4 miles
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TRF 7, Moorhead 0
Singles - 1. Ethan Johnson
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record to 2-1.
Quadrangular track meet at EGF...
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Tuesday was a good day
for Thief River Falls track
athletes. The weather was
near-perfect and the results
were top-shelf as the
Prowlers competed in the
East Grand Forks Frozen
Four Quadrangular.
In finishing a close second
to Roseau in both the boys
and girls team totals, the
Prowlers came up with a
combined 17 first place finishes.
Thief River Falls girls
had nine winners, including
double victories by junior
hurdler Meleah Biermaier
(100, 300) and seventh grade
distance runner Jerzie
Finstad (1600, 3200).
Field event wins came
from Kira Johnson, long
jump; Jennicca Leier, high
jump; and Fran Marshall,
shot put.
The Prowlers also won
two relay races: the 4x100with Kelsey Kainz, Leier,
Marryn Dalager, Johnson;
and the 4x200 that included
Dalager, Leier, Johnson,
Biermaier.
Senior Stephen Holecek’s
sweep in the 110 and 300meter hurdles headed the
eight wins for the Thief
River Falls boys.
Ian Hutton took the 200,
Keenan Sorvig claimed the
shot put title and the
Prowlers cleaned up in
jumping events with wins by
Grant Stewart in the long
jump, Jacob Joppru in the
triple jump and Devin
Lofberg in the high jump.
Thief River Falls also
came up with first place
points in the 4x200 relay
with
Hutton,
Noah
Hawkins, Stewart and
Holecek.
Team Totals
n Girls - Roseau 86.5,
River Falls 81, East Grand
69, West Marshall 35.5.
n Boys - Roseau 107,
River Falls 98, East Grand
46, West Marshall 20.
Thief
Forks
Thief
Forks
Winners/TRF Places - Girls
4x800 relay - 1. Roseau,
10:25.74.
100-meter hurdles - 1. Meleah
Biermaier, TRF, 16.29.
100 - 1. Lauren Santl, Roseau,
13.76. TRF places - 3. Kira Johnson,
14.00; 4. Kelsey Kainz, 14.57.
4x200 relay - 1. TRF (Marryn
Dalager, Jennicca Leier, Kira
Johnson,
Meleah
Biermaier),
1:53.05.
1600 - 1. Jerzie Finstad, TRF,
5:36.22.
4x100 relay - 1. TRF (Kelsey
Kainz, Jennicca Leier, Marryn
Dalager, Kira Johnson), 54.74.
400 - 1. Erica Eades, EGF,
1:03.33. TRF places - 3. Carly
Steenerson, 1:08.29; 4. Lauryn
Thune, 1:08.29.
300-meter hurdles - 1. Meleah
Biermaier, TRF, 46.16.
800 - 1. McKenna Garrett, EGF,
2:41.56.
200 - 1. Lauren Santl, Roseau,
28.24. TRF places - 4. Jennicca
Leier, 29.07.
3200 - 1. Jerzie Finstad, TRF,
12:20.86. Other TRF places - 4.
Kathryn Kruta, 15:03.68.
4x400 relay - 1. EGF, 4:25.36.
TRF places - 3. TRF, 5:12.24.
Long jump - 1. Kira Johnson,
TRF, 15-2. Other TRF places - 2.
Kelsey Kainz, 14-1 1/2; 5. Lauryn
Thune, 13-10.
Triple jump - 1. Allison
Pritchett, EGF, 30-8.
High jump - 1. Jennicca Leier,
TRF, 4-8.
Pole vault - 1. Kari Kraulik,
WM, 7-9. TRF places - 3. Marquelle
Dahl, 7-0.
Discus - 1. Ellie Vonesh, EGF,
101-7. TRF places - 5. Fran
Marshall, 91-8.
Shot put - 1. Fran Marshall,
TRF, 33-2. Other TRF places - 5.
Tiahna Nicholson, 31-6.
Winners/TRF Places - Boys
4x800 relay - 1. Roseau, 9:08.13.
TRF places - 2. TRF, 9:36.87.
(Continued on Page 7)
Dang 0-6, 6-2, 7-5; 3. Cole Gillespie
(TRF) def. Carter Wolf 2-6, 6-4, 6-4;
4. Carter Onkka (TRF) def. Bryan
Lunak 6-4, 6-0.
Doubles - 1. Isaac Olson-Devin
Hutton (TRF) def. Chris Cook-John
Nickell 6-0, 6-0; 2. Nolan JohnsonAusten Hanson (TRF) def. Luke
Olson-Griffin Krabbenhoft 6-3, 6-0;
3. John Peterson-Logan Swanson
(TRF) def. Mike Wenzel-Blake
Filipi 6-0, 6-1.
TRF SPORTS
Saturday, April 18
n Softball - NCTC at Central
Lakes (2), 1 p.m.
n Baseball - NCTC vs.
Vermilion (2), 2 p.m.
Sunday, April 19
n Softball - NCTC vs. Itasca (2),
1 p.m.
n Baseball - NCTC vs.
Vermilion (2), 11:30 a.m.
Monday, April 20
n Golf - LHS boys at WalkerHackensack-Akeley Invitational,
9:30 a.m.
n Track - LHS boys & girls TRF
Quent Jones Invitational, 3 p.m.
n Tennis - LHS boys at
Crookston, 3:30 p.m.
n Softball - LHS at Warroad, 5
p.m.
Tuesday, April 21
n Golf - LHS girls at Pelican
Rapids Invitational, 2 p.m.
Thursday, April 23
n Baseball - NCTC at Bemidji
State JV (2), 1 p.m.; LHS vs.
Warroad, 4:30 p.m.
n Softball - NCTC vs. Lake
Region (2), 3 p.m.; LHS vs. East
Grand Forks Sacred Heart, 4;30
p.m.
n Tennis - LHS boys vs.
Bemidji, 4:30 p.m.
Friday, April 24
n Golf - LHS girls at Bemidji
Invitational, 4 p.m.
n Track LHS boys & girls at
East Grand Forks Invitational, 4
p.m.
n Baseball - LHS at Red Lake
County. 4:30 p.m.
n Softball - LHS at Crookston,
4:30 p.m.
Saturday, April 25
n Softball - NCTC at Hibbing
(2), 1 p.m.
n Baseball - NCTC at Mesabi
Range (2), 1 p.m.
Sunday, April 26
n Softball - NCTC at Vermilion
(2), 1 p.m.
n Baseball - NCTC at Vermilion
(2), 1 p.m.
Quent Jones track
meet runs Monday
Thief River Falls’ 28th
annual
Quentin
Jones
Invitational boys and girls
high school track meet will
be held Monday, April 20, at
the Multi-Events Center.
Field events will kick
things off starting at 3 p.m.
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at Northland Community and Technical
College. The three-time state qualifier
and two-time state place winner signed
a letter of intent to wrestle for the
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Carolyn Holecek, Stephen Holecek, and
Lincoln High School head wrestling
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A pitch was delivered by Nick Hoffard, a
Northland Community and Technical
College sophomore from Thief River
Falls, to start the Pioneers’ Wednesday
baseball doubleheader against Rainy
River. Hoffard turned in a complete-
game performance as Northland took
the twinbill opener 3-2 in ten innings.
The Pioneers completed a Minnesota
College Athletic Conference Northern
Division sweep with an 11-1 Game 2 victory.
Two kinds of NCTC wins
A ten-inning opener and a
five-inning nightcap both
produced Northland wins
Wednesday in a Minnesota
College Athletic Conference
Northern Division baseball
doubleheader against Rainy
River.
Northland took the extrainning first game 3-2. But
what shaped up to be a long
afternoon was shortened by
a ten-run rule early-ending
11-1 Game 2 rout.
It was the first MCACcounting outing of the year
for the Pioneers, who
improved to 10-8 overall.
The games were played in
70-degree weather with
bright blue skies, but what
would have been a perfect
afternoon was tarnished by
extremely strong winds that
cut across the NCTC diamond.
The first game finally
came up with a winner when
No. 9 hitter Zach Spence
drew a lead-off walk in the
bottom of the tenth and
came around to score on
back-to-back singles by
Riley
Soderstrom
and
Preston Brown.
After being limited to just
two hits – the last one coming in the second inning –
Girls golf is under way
A Tuesday triangular at
Crookston opened the 2015
schedule for the Thief River
Falls girls high school golf
team.
The host Pirates edged
the Prowlers 202-203 for the
team title, with East Grand
Forks turning in a 215.
Crookston
teammates
Ally Tiedeman and Maddie
Nicholls shared medalist
honors at 44. Thief River
Falls’ Bailee Kolden was
third in the medal standings
one shot behind the leaders.
Jim Foss is the Prowlers’
first-year head coach. He
took the job following the
resignation of Kayla Delzer.
Crookston Triangular
n Team totals - Crookston 202,
Thief River Falls 203, East Grand
Forks 215.
n Medalists - 1. (tie) Ally
Tiedeman, Crookston, and Maddie
Nicholls, Crookston, 44; 3. Bailee
Kolden, TRF, 45.
n Other TRF scores - Jill
Safranski 51, McKenna Blaine 53,
Brenna Schaefer 54, Kendra
Sparby 56, Rylie Steiger 64, Greta
Perkovich 67.
TRF wins two of three starts
n Softball team has busy schedule
High
school
softball
results reported this week
for Thief River Falls include
a 13-0 Thursday, April 9,
win over East Polk at
Fosston and a Friday, April
10, split at Bemidji, where
the Prowlers lost to Detroit
Lakes 6-3, but beat the host
Lumberjacks 7-1.
Thief River Falls pitchers
Bailee
Nordheim
and
Gillian Trudeau combined
on a one-hit shutout against
East Polk, a Fosston/Win-EMac cooperative.
“The girls played a solid
game from start to finish,”
said Thief River Falls coach
Carter Rogalla. “Offensively,
we had at least two hits in
every inning. Defensively,
we held East Polk to two
base runners for the game.”
Thief River Falls vs.
Detroit Lakes was a toss-up,
according to Rogalla. “This
was a very evenly matched
game,” he said. “Both teams
had chances to score more
runs. The difference was
Detroit Lakes was able to
come up with a few more
two-out hits.”
The Prowlers bounced
back to pick up a win over
the Lumberjacks in the split
twinbill.
“Bailee Nordheim pitched
a great game, and the girls
played great defensively
behind
her,”
reported
Rogalla.
Nordheim struck out six
and faced just two over the
minimum 21 batters for a
seven-inning game.
Catcher Tatyana Miles
helped her pitcher by throwing out three Bemidji runners on stolen base attempts
and
outfielder
Mikki
Erickson cut down another
Lumberjack
trying
to
stretch a single into a double.
It was the Prowlers’ first
win over Bemidji since 2007.
TRF vs. East Polk
r h e
TRF..................122 008 0 - 13 15 East Polk.........000 000 0 - 0 1 Pitching - (TRF) Bailee NordheimW, 5 IP, 1 hit, 1 walk, 6 strike-outs;
Gillian Trudeau 12 IP, 1 walk; (EP)
Tara Viken-L, 5 IP, 12 hits, 5 runs, 5
earned runs, 1 walk, 5 strike-outs;
Trisha Balstad 1 IP, 3 hits, 8 hits, 8
runs, 7 earned runs.
Offensive highlights - (TRF) Allie
Okeson 4/5, RBI; Erin Kraemer 2/3,
RBI; Juliet Tunberg 2/5, 3 RBI;
Morgan Martell 1/1, RBI; Alexis Lane
1/1, RBI; Tatyana Miles 1/2; Kora
Torkelson 1/3, RBI; Mattlyn Erickson
1/3, RBI; Claire Mattson 1/4, double,
2 RBI; Kylea Praska 1/4, RBI; Carly
Lunsetter RBI; (EP) Lauren Strom
1/2.
TRF vs. Detroit Lakes
r h e
Detroit Lakes...002 112 0 - 6 13 TRF.................100 020 0 - 3 8 Pitching - (DL) Emma Maguire-W,
7 IP, 8 hits, 3 runs, 1 earned run, 1
walk, 2 strike-outs; (TRF) Bailee
Nordheim-L, 7 IP, 13 hits, 6 runs, 4
earned runs, 7 strike-outs.
Offensive highlights - (DL) Emily
Seebold 3/4, RBI; Carolyn Kinney
2/4, 2 RBI; Emily Schiltz 2/4, 2 RBI;
Krya Vagle 1/3; Haley Sonstegard
1/4, double; Maycen Kirchner 1/4;
Rachel Ianiro 1/4; Sydney Prussia
1/4; Betty Schouviller 1/4; (TRF)
Bailee Nordheim 2/3, RBI; Allie
Okeson 2/4, RBI; Kora Torkelson
1/3; Tatyana Miles 1/3; Morgan
Martell 1/3; Claire Mattson 1/3.
TRF vs. Bemidji
r h e
TRF..................201 003 1 - 7 12 Bemidji.............000 000 1 - 1 5 Pitching - (TRF) Bailee NordheimW, 7 IP, 5 hits, 1 run, 0 earned runs,
6 strike-outs; (Bemidji) Grace NaigL, 7 IP, 12 hits, 7 runs, 6 earned
runs, 3 walks, 5 strike-outs.
Offensive highlights - (TRF) Allie
Okeson 3/3; Morgan Martell 3/4,
double, 3 RBI; Kora Torkelson 2/3,
double, RBI; Tatyana Miles 2/4,
triple, RBI; Claire Mattson 1/3; Juliet
Tunberg 1/4, RBI; (Bemidji) Megan
Severson 1/2; Heather Olson 1/3;
Madison Schultz 1/3; Sylvia Grimm
1/3; Eli Hanson 1/3; Jaden
Hunsberger 1/3.
Archery League has division champs
Indoor League Tournament
n Division finals - (Division I)
Buck Busters def. Low ‘N Left 3-0;
(Division II) Nock-Offs def. Far
Fletched 2-1.
n Championship - Buck Busters
vs. Nock-Offs.
Match Results
n Buck Busters def. Low ‘N Left
3-0. (Buck Busters) Scott Johnson
298, Andy Johnson 294, Dan Haig
290, Levy Bergstrom 297; (Low ‘N
Left) Zach Sundberg 295, Nathan
McCloud 275, Del Christianson
285, Chris Libera 276.
n Nock-Offs def. Far Fletched 21. (Nock-Offs) Jerome Skibicki 247,
Cooper Lawrence 273, Blaine
Kostrzewski 295, Sawyer Torgerson
277; (Far Fletched) Josh Jimenez
278, Jonah Jimenez 297, Travis
Foss 292, Tavia Foss 265.
the Pioneers struck at the
end as Soderstrom dropped
a single into short right field
that moved Spence to second
and Brown lined a walk-off
drive down the left field line.
That
awarded
Nick
Hoffard a win for his complete-game pitching performance. He scattered eight
hits, walked two and struck
out four. The loss went to the
third Rainy River pitcher of
the game, Tanner Helms,
who did not retire a batter.
The Voyageurs handed
the Pioneers a first inning
run when Brown was hit by
a pitch, stole second and
third, then trotted home on
a single to left by Easton
Lopez.
Shut out on two hits
through five innings, Rainy
River put together a four-hit
sixth that netted a pair of
runs. After Sam Pelechaty
bounced a lead-off single
into left field and Sean
Deviney drove a one-out
shot to right-center, an
infield error plated the first
run and a two-out doublesteal made it 2-1 when
Deviney broke for the plate
after the runner at first had
allowed himself to be caught
in a run-down.
Northland came right
back with an unearned run
in the bottom of the inning
when Brown walked and
came all the way around to
score on a throwing error
that accompanied his stolen
base.
Game 1
r h e
Rainy River..000 002 000 0 - 2 8 1
NCTC..........100 001 000 1 - 3 4 3
Pitching - (RR) Landon Freeman
4 IP, 2 hits, 1 run, 1 earned run, 3
strike-outs; Jaymon Cervantes 5 IP,
1 run, 0 earned runs, 5 walks, 8
strike-outs; Tanner Helms-L, 0 IP, 2
hits, 1 run, 1 earned run, 1 walk;
(NCTC) Nick Hoffard-W, 10 IP, 8 hits,
2 runs, 2 earned runs, 2 walks, 4
strike-outs, 1 hit-batsman.
Offensive highlights - (RR) Sam
Pelechaty 3/4; Chris Gamble 1/2;
Tanner Helms 1/3; Sean Deviney
1/4; JD Knutson 1/4; Talon Kunkel
1/5, RBI; (Northland) Preston Brown
1/3, RBI; Easton Lopez 1/3, RBI;
Josh Davila 1/3; Riley Soderstrom
1/5.
EGF has track meet
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110-meter hurdles - 1. Stephen
Holecek, TRF, 16.96.
100 - 1. Cole Orthaus, EGF,
12.28. TRF places - 2. Ian Hutton,
12.41.
4x200 relay - 1. TRF (Ian
Hutton, Noah Hawkins, Grant
Stewart,
Stephen
Holecek),
1:36.36.
1600 - 1. Weston Nelson,
Roseau, 4:58.51. TRF places - 3.
Brian Powell, 5:20.14; 4. Brandon
Kasprick, 5:20.45.
4x100 relay - 1. Roseau, 48.75.
400 - 1. Austin Clifton, EGF,
55.12. TRF places - 3. Alan
Samuelson, 1:00.34.
300-meter hurdles - 1. Stephen
Holecek, TRF, 44.65.
800 - 1. Scott Nelson, Roseau,
2:13.53. TRF places - 2. Kris
Joppru, 2:16.38; 4. Cade Lundeen,
2:27.76; 5. Brian Powell, 2:32.11.
200 - 1. Ian Hutton, TRF, 24.85.
Other TRF places - 3. Jacob Joppru,
25.35.
3200 - 1. Brett Erickson,
Roseau, 11:44.09. TRF places - 3.
Brandon Kasprick, 12:03.85.
4x400 relay - 1. Roseau, 3:42.73.
TRF places - 3. TRF (no time listed).
Long jump - 1. Grant Stewart,
TRF, 19-7 1/2.
Triple jump - 1. Jacob Joppru,
TRF, 39-0 1/2.
High jump - 1. Devin Lofberg,
TRF, 5-8. Other TRF places - 2.
Jacob Joppru, 5-8; 4. Grant
Stewart, 5-6.
Pole vault - 1. Reilly Stroot,
Roseau, 11-0. TRF places - 2. Kris
Joppru, 9-6; 5. Christian Dahl, 8-6.
Discus - 1. Spencer Aune, EGF,
117-5. TRF places - 4. Keenan
Sorvig, 100-0 1/2; 5. Luke Mowry,
98-5 3/4.
Shot put - 1. Keenan Sorvig,
TRF, 44-2. Other TRF places - 5.
Luke Mowry, 36-1.
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Across from the Fairgrounds
The 16th Annual Night
on the Town will be held
Thursday, April 23 and
Friday,
April
24
at
Goodridge School.
Starting at 6:30 p.m., the
senior high art students
will display their artwork
in the school lobby. Student
artists are: Marcus Alderete, Donna Arveson, Logan
Carlson, Nick Dietsch,
Peyton Frank, Daylyn
Kainz, Kourtney Konickson,
Jordey
Marquis,
Tanner Wellman and Benji
Wilebski. The art show is
free and open to the public.
Following the art show
(at 7:30 p.m.), the Drama
Department will present
the play “Jack and the
Frankenbeanstalk,” by Jim
Jeffries and Jane Jeffries
and published by Pioneer
Drama Service. This comedy combines Dr. Frankenstein and Jack and the
Beanstalk. Then add in
“The Village People.” The
cast
includes
Ashlyn
Henrickson, Brandon Stanley, Hannah Enge, Marisa
Newton,
Ben
Groven,
Cynthia Sampson, Tanner
Wellman, Daylyn Kainz,
Cameron Naeseth, Marcus
Alderete, Mariah Coan,
Kristin Farris, and Kalie
Konickson. Admission for
the play is $5 for adults, $4
for students, and free for
preschool-age and under.
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Erskine Echo
Fertile Journal
Fosston 13 Towns
Grygla Eagle
Kittson County Enterprise
Clearbrook/Gonvick
Leader Record
McIntosh Times
Middle River Honker
Oklee Herald
Red Lake Falls Gazette
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Roman soldier Marcus (Scott Pream)
threatens to whip a Hebrew servant, Eli
(Joe Efta), but is interrupted by
Anthony (Dan Sayler), a Roman centurion who does not believe the Hebrew
people should be treated with cruelty.
Eli's fellow servant, Benjamin (Ron
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Better Health, Better Life!
CHIROPRACTIC
MASSAGE
Educating communities
about the dangers of secondhand smoke will be the
primary focus of an initiative launched by TobaccoFree Communities and
Quin Community Health
Services.
“Smoking harms nearly
every organ in the body and
92.3 percent of Minnesotans
believe breathing secondhand smoke is harmful to
one’s health,” said Helen
Anderson, Tobacco Free
Communities coordinator.
“There
are
282,000
Minnesota
kids
being
exposed to secondhand
smoke, while half of
Minnesota adults report
being exposed to secondhand smoke during a week.
This is cause for continued
efforts to educate on the
dangers of secondhand
smoke and the dangers of
tobacco.”
Quin Community Health
Services is one of nine
organizations participating
in a coordinated media
effort by the Minnesota
Department of Health. The
plan debuted last month
with radio ads on KKDQFM, KKWQ-FM, KTRF-AM
and KCAJ-FM, as well as
local newspapers. In addition, the message about secondhand smoke can be seen
on gas pumps at local service stations and in ads at
local restaurants.
“Tobacco use is the single
largest cause of preventable
premature death in the
United States, so preventing tobacco use in children
and adolescents, reducing
tobacco use in adults, and
reducing nonsmokers’ exposure to tobacco smoke are
essential public health
objectives for our communities,” Anderson said.
Organizations across the
state have been working on
comprehensive education
for the past few months. It
will continue through the
end of August.
“All of the organizations
want to enhance life in
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Thief River Falls
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dramatic musical, will be performed at
Open Arms Christian Fellowship, 401
St. Paul Ave. S., on Friday and
Saturday, April 24 and 25, at 7 p.m.,
and on Sunday, April 26, at 2 p.m. A
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Minnesota by reducing
tobacco use and exposure to
secondhand smoke through
research, action and collaboration,” Anderson said.
“They are all on the same
page to work to raise people’s awareness of the dangers of tobacco and to make
Minnesota a healthier
place. Hopefully one day we
will have a world free from
tobacco-related death and
disease.”
The mission of TobaccoFree Communities and
Quin Community Health
Services is to empower and
support individuals, families and communities to
make healthy lifestyle
choices.
Tobacco-Free
Communities is part of the
Quin Community Health
Services
that
serves
Kittson,
Marshall,
Pennington, Red Lake and
Roseau counties.
The
Tobacco
Free
Communities in Minnesota
grant from the Minnesota
Department of Health funds
the effort. Through this program, organizations such as
Quin Community Health
Services, are working to create healthier communities
by preventing and reducing
tobacco use among youth
and young adults, eliminating exposure to secondhand
smoke and identifying and
eliminating tobacco-related
health disparities.
Sam and Jane Evans of Roseau received the Northwest
Minnesota Foundation’s Circle of Vision Award. They are
pictured with Caryl Turnow (right), NMF development officer. (Submitted)
NMF celebrates donors
making a difference
The
Northwest
Minnesota
Foundation
Board of Directors and staff
hosted
a
Donor
Appreciation Dinner on
Thursday, March 26 to recognize individuals and
organizations who have
made significant contributions to the foundation’s
endowment or the charitable funds that it manages.
Seven new Circle of
Vision donors, who have
each made gifts of over
$100,000, received awards.
Among those recognized
were Jess and Wanda
Dishman, born in Oklee,
who established a scholarship fund for Red Lake
County schools; and Sam
and Jane Evans, Roseau,
who established a donoradvised fund.
Upon
accepting
the
Circle of Vision Award, Jane
Evans said, “Our belief is
that giving is important,
whether it is our time or
money. We are grateful to
God that we have been able
to make a significant gift.
We
thank
Northwest
Minnesota Foundation for
their guidance in setting up
our donor advised fund to
create this legacy. It will
allow our children to also
experience the joy of financial giving.”
A new giving level was
initiated this year for
donors whose lifetime giving has reached or exceeded
$500,000. Two couples were
recognized as Circle of
Vision
Community
Champions: Mark and Peg
Hewitt of Park Rapids and
Peggy and Sam Johnson of
Warroad. They have contributed to Donor-Advised
Funds, other component
funds housed with NMF,
and generously supported
NMF’s general endowment.
“It is an honor to recognize these individuals,” said
NMF Board Chair Pete
Haddeland. “It is truly
amazing how their generosity is impacting the region
in which we live – they are
all great community partners and we appreciate
their willingness to give
back!”
The Arthur and Jane
Snustad Trust added a
third category to celebrate –
the
Circle
of
Vision
Leadership Society, which
recognizes gifts exceeding
$1 million in donations. The
Snustads’ bequest provides
grants for support of education and scholarship awards
for graduates in the Win-EMac School District. Art
and Jane knew that a good
education is the key to a
successful life and wanted
to give back to their home
community.
NMF President Nancy
Vyskocil expressed deep
appreciation
for
these
donors and the difference
they are making for the
region. “One of the most
important things the foundation helps with is connecting donors to their
charitable interests and the
programs they wish to support,” Vyskocil said. “The
impact that one person or
family can make is clearly
seen in the generosity of the
people we are honoring
tonight. They chose to make
a tremendous difference for
the causes they are passionate about.”
Saturday, April 18, 2015
NORTHERN WATCH
Rehabilitation success/Continued
Dry conditions and winds gusting to over 40 mph, created dangerous conditions.
A Red Flag warning was in effect for counties in northwestern Minnesota,
according to an alert sent to The Times Wednesday, April 15. No burning permits
were to be activated and campfires discouraged. Nevertheless, wildfires were
reported in the area, including the Oslo, Gully and Trail areas and throughout the
Red River Valley. On Thursday, Gov. Mark Dayton signed an emergency executive
order providing for emergency assistance to the Minnesota Interagency Fire
Center. The order directs the Minnesota National Guard to assist with fire suppression efforts.
Wary watch continues/Continued
(Continued from Page 1)
Dry conditions and a
passing train also led to a
fire Friday, April 10 in the
city of Greenbush. The fire
burned an L shape from the
train tracks to Highway 32.
A red flag warning is in
effect due to the warm temperatures, high winds and
low humidity.
“The U.S. drought monitor classifies most of
Minnesota in moderate
drought while the Palmer
Drought Severity has the
northwest, north central
and south central at severe.
Timely rains will help
reduce the total number of
incidents; however, rain
events of less than half-aninch will not affect afternoon burning periods under
clear skies,” according to
the DNR website. Rain was
forecasted for this weekend.
As of Monday, the DNR
reported 685 wildfires in
the state that burned
11,971 acres.
Gov. Mark Dayton has
signed an emergency executive order for emergency
assistance to the Minnesota
Interagency Fire Center.
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The order also committed
Minnesota National Guard
members to aid in wildfire
suppression.
The Minnesota Incident
Command System reminds
the public to avoid burning
until after the dry conditions have subsided. The
public is also reminded to
check any brush piles to
ensure they are out and
cold – even if those piles
were extinguished days or
weeks after they have
burned.
NCTC and UND housing/Continued
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between UND housing and
all campus locations of
NCTC. In addition to regular scheduled shuttle buses,
arrangements are being
pursued for evening transportation from Thief River
Falls to the UND housing
location. This arrangement
will allow students who
have evening classes, study
groups or want to participate in athletics to take the
bus. The buses have interior
lights and Wi-Fi, which
allows students to study
while on the bus.
Officials hope this housing arrangement is a temporary fix. In Thief River
Falls, addressing the housing needs of students and
the workforce in Thief River
Falls has been a priority.
Recently,
officials
announced some results to
their efforts. If all goes as
planned, about 200 single or
multi-family units will be
completed by the spring of
2016.
NCTC has also been
working on a solution. The
Minnesota
Legislature
awarded NCTC a $1.1 million grant to pay a develop-
er to build on-campus housing. Officials are examining
the bids, but even if construction begins immediately, the housing wouldn’t be
ready for occupation until
the fall of 2016.
Becky Lindseth, executive director of administrative services, said because
of the housing issue she
began contacting apartment
complexes and hotels in the
area, but none could provide
housing for students. She
also
contacted
the
University of Minnesota at
Crookston, but she learned
UMC would be unable to
provide housing for the
2015-16
school
year.
Lindseth said she just took
the next step and contacted
UND. She said representatives of UND have been
wonderful to work with.
NCTC has no idea how
many students will take
advantage of this opportunity. Lindseth said UND
initially said they could
take 50, or more if needed.
She said they will work
through it and see.
According
to
the
University of North Dakota
website, students who exer-
cise the option to stay on
the UND campus will have
Brannon
Hall
and
University Place to choose
from. Rates are the same
that UND students pay.
Information about the
Student
Housing
Partnership - rates, meal
plans, parking and transportation - can be found on
the UND and NCTC website at www.northlandcollege.edu. Brochures about
the housing partnership
were also printed out and
can be found on both NCTC
campuses.
Correction
Tuesday
afternoon,
Northland President Anne
Temte issued a statement to
employees regarding a misunderstanding
that
appeared in the Grand
Forks
Herald.
Temte
assured staff that the campuses in Thief River Falls
and East Grand Forks are
co-equal, “neither is the
satellite of the other.”
The misunderstanding
was the result of an
assumption and was not a
statement made by her or
other NCTC staff.
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prevent infections.
The
Minnesota
Department of Health is
monitoring the health of
workers, who have had contact with infected poultry,
and providing guidance on
infection control, the use of
personal protective equipment, and providing support for any other healthrelated aspects of response.
People who had close,
unprotected contact with
infected flocks are recommended to receive an antiviral drug called Tamiflu.
Workers are then contacted daily for 10 days and
monitored for development
of respiratory symptoms.
• As of Thursday, MDH
has completed follow-up
contacts for 23 of the affected flocks.
• In total, 77 people had
been involved in care of the
23 flocks and were interviewed and evaluated.
• 56 people were advised
to take antiviral medications as a precautionary
measure, and 39 agreed to
take Tamiflu.
• The MDH 10-day monitoring period has been completed for five flocks; no
infections with this virus
were detected.
Poultry producers and
backyard flock owners
should continue to practice
strict biosecurity; most
importantly,
preventing
their birds from exposure to
wild waterfowl.
The
Minnesota
Department of Natural
Resources (DNR) has collected 768 fecal samples
from wild waterfowl. The
agency plans to collect 3,000
samples
total,
which
includes 1,500 from five
areas
around
infected
domestic flocks and 1,500
from public lands.
While waterfowl are a
natural reservoir for the
virus, none of the DNR samples have tested positive.
DNR is asking the public
to send the agency reports
of sick or dead waterfowl,
wild turkeys or birds of
prey. The agency will test
any of suspect birds for the
virus. Do not touch or move
a dead bird to minimize any
potential risk of unintentionally spreading the virus
if the animal is infected.
Mark the location by GPS if
possible and report it.
Contact numbers and the
procedure
are
online
atwww.mndnr.gov/avianinfluenza.
Turkey season is underway in Minnesota, and all
hunter-killed wild turkeys
near HPAI areas will be
tested by the DNR.
The DNR is advising
turkey hunters to take standard precautions when handling and cooking wild
birds, such as:
• Safe handling when
cleaning
using
rubber
gloves;
• Thorough cooking; and
• Disinfecting
tools,
utensils and surfaces.
All poultry identified
with HPAI are prohibited by
law from entering the marketplace.
There is no evidence that
people can acquire avian
influenza by eating poultry
products.
As a reminder, all poultry and eggs should be handled properly and cooked to
an internal temperature of
165° F.
Avian influenza in Roseau/Continued
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order a pre-sentence investigation. The PSI includes a
background report that covers all facets of the offender’s life, including his criminal history, personal life,
chemical dependency history
and mental health.
During the PSI, DOC officers will also have contact
with the victim, or victim
advocate if the victim denies
contact. DOC officers will
research prior police reports
to determine domestic violence history. In some cases
there will be instances
where law enforcement was
contacted during a domestic
disturbance, but no charges
were filed. DOC officers will
also ask additional questions of the offender and perform additional risk assessments.
The
additional
risk
assessments include a Level
of
Service/Case
Management
Inventory,
which is a score based on an
interview by a probation
officer and is used to determine the offender’s risk for
recidivism; and a domestic
abuse inventory, which is
155-question written assess-
Bush racing
to be held at
Roseau
County Fair
Summer
is
fast
approaching
and
that
means the Roseau County
Fair is just around the corner. The 2015 Roseau
County Fair will be held
Sunday, July 19 through
Friday, July 24 at the
Roseau
County
Fairgrounds
north
of
Roseau. There is no admission at the gate.
“With thousands of people attending the Roseau
County Fair each year, we
as the Board feel it’s important to offer entertainment
options for all ages and
interests. And even better
this year, we're offering a
free night of entertainment
with a music venue on
Tuesday night and new
bush races on Thursday
night,”
said
Buddy
Erickson, Roseau County
Fair board secretary.
The grandstand lineup
includes:
• Sunday, July 20 –
Church Night at the Fair
• Tuesday, July 22 – free
live concert with Transit
Authority
• Wednesday, July 23 –
Wojo’s Rodeo
• Thursday, July 24 –
Bush racing
• Friday, July 25 –
Demolition Derby
The new addition to the
grandstand lineup will be
Thursday night at the
grandstand called bush racing. The given name dates
back to similar races that
were held at Billy Austin’s a
number of years ago and is
sure to be a popular event.
The debut bush race
track will be set up in front
of the grandstand and will
include turns and obstacles
to keep speeds within a safe
range. It will feature cars,
which are stock, four cylinder, six cylinder, or V8s;
front or rear wheel drive,
either a car or mini-van (no
pickups). Registration will
be at Northland Tire in
Roseau and organizers are
limiting the bush race to 40
cars. Register early for
guaranteed race spots. If
you’d love to race but don’t
have a car, Jon’s Auto in
Greenbush will have cars
available to purchase complete with a refund when
returned.
For more information,
direct contacts for the event
are Brian Hoganson and
Matt Nelson. Rules for the
races can soon be found at
www.roseaucountyfair.com
The website is currently
being updated, so for the
most up-to-date information regarding events, bush
car racing rules, entry
forms, tickets, and giveaways, like the Roseau
County Fair on Facebook.
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ment that determines specific risk factors that may lead
the offender to batter. The
DVI is broken into six
parts – truthfulness, violence, alcohol, drugs, control
and stress coping.
The court may determine
that a community-based
group treatment program
isn’t an appropriate method
of treatment. That is always
the case with female offenders, since the group setting
has been creating with male
offenders in mind. The
group-setting may also not
be the most appropriate setting for cognitively-limited
individuals.
Accommodations can be made for
learning or visual impairments.
Gerardy said serious drug
and/or alcohol issues must
be resolved before treatment
can begin.
“They need to get themselves clean and clear-headed first,” Gerardy said. “If
they are going to inpatient,
or intensive outpatient
treatment, they aren’t going
to get anything out of this
program.”
The program
The program is run like a
class. It is an 18-week openended class that utilizes the
principles of the Duluth
model. Weekly sessions are
theme-based, with the program broken down into six
three-part themes: “Non-violence,”
“Non-threatening
behavior,” “Respect,” “Trust
and Support,” “Honesty and
A c c o u n t a b i l i t y, ” a n d
“Responsible Parenting.”
Sessions are held weekly
for two hours. Each theme is
independent of the other
five, which means that
offenders who are ordered to
participate in the treatment
are eligible to begin treatment right away.”
The group is facilitated by
a licensed mental health
therapist, with Gerardy
serving as co-facilitator.
Besides the typical five to
eight participants, no one
else is involved. Because sessions are peer-based, the
participants hold each other
accountable.
The program uses two
graphics – the “Equality
Wheel” and the “Power and
Control Wheel” – to contrast
the behavior of a non-violent
individual who strives for
equality to that of an individual who uses the threat of
violence to gain power and
control.
Since the Duluth Model
was created in the 1980s, 68
percent of the men who pass
through the criminal justice
system and are sent to nonviolence classes using the
Duluth Model have not reappeared in the criminal justice system over a course of
eight years.
Gerardy said there are no
current statistics for the program in Pennington County.
She feels the program’s success can be partially attributed to allowing offenders to
remain in the community,
which gives them the opportunity to maintain some stability.
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All ages welcome • $$ Prizes
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For rules and information
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THE CLASSIFIEDS
RCHS to hold annual meeting Monday
Everyone is welcome to
the
Roseau
County
Historical Society’s annual
meeting Monday, April 20.
The free event begins at 6
p.m. with a light dinner of
foods from the World War II
era. The suggested donation
is $5 for the dinner.
The meeting will begin at
6:45 p.m., followed by Dave
Kenney and entertainment
by The Andrews Sisters of
Roseau. All the events will
be held at the Roseau City
Center in the community
rooms, along with museum
being open.
Guest speaker Dave
Kenney will talk about life
on the Minnesota home
front during World War II,
with special emphasis on
the contributions and experiences of people in Roseau
County and the northwestern corner of the state.
Kenney is a freelance
writer
specializing
in
Minnesota history. He
moved back to Minnesota to
begin a new career chronicling the history of his home
state.
His
books
for
Minnesota
Historical
Society
Press
include “Minnesota Goes to
War;” “Minnesota in the
RECEPTIONIST
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Looking for a friendly, reliable person to
answer phones, cashier and perform
light bookkeeping duties.
Hours are Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Applications available at:
Thief River Ford
802 3rd St. West
Thief River Falls
or call Deb at 218-681-2660
The following position is available in School District #564
Thief River Falls, MN
PHYSICAL EDUCATION/
HEALTH TEACHER
Current Vacancy: Franklin Middle School
Effective: September 1, 2015
Requirements: Minnesota Physical Education and Health certification
required. Preference given to applicants with the qualifications and
desire to assist with extracurricular activities/athletics within the School
District.
Salary/benefits: Per negotiated contract
Application Deadline: 4:00 p.m., Friday, April 24, 2015
Application Available on the School District Web site:
http://www.trf.k12.mn.us
District/Employment/Human Resources
or
Available for pick up at:
School District Service Center
230 LaBree Ave. South, Thief River Falls, Minnesota 56701
218-681-8711
“An Equal Opportunity Employer”
CNC Machine Operators
Machinewell, Inc. has a position for CNC Machine Operators.
Applicants are responsible to produce and measure quality parts
on a CNC machine. Applicants must be able to (or be willing to
learn) read blue prints, use precision measuring equipment, make
tool changes and all other duties associated with this position.
Must be able to stand at machines 10-12 hours per day.
Experience in machining preferred but we would be willing to train
as necessary.
This position is full-time with major medical insurance, vacation
401(k) plan and profit sharing. Forty (40) hours a week minimum
with overtime as needed. Four 10-hour shifts per week (6:30-5:00
day shift and 5:00-3:30 night shift) Monday through Thursday
(Fridays as needed). Salary based on experience.
Machinewell, Inc., PO Box 157, Grygla, MN 56727
Phone: 218-294-6101 Fax: 218-294-6587
email: [email protected]
The following position is available in School District #564, Thief River Falls, MN:
PART-TIME LITTLE BROTHER/LITTLE
SISTER PROGRAM COORDINATOR
Effective: Monday, May 11, 2015
Approximately 20 hours/week for a total maximum of 1080 hours per fiscal year.
Duties: Recruit, screen and train responsible adults who will volunteer as mentors
for disadvantaged youth; match youth and adults having similar interests; provide
disadvantaged youth with social and recreational opportunities on a monthly basis;
maintain a financially solvent program by soliciting donations, grant writing and
fund raising activities.
Requirements: Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills
required. Grant writing and fundraising experience preferred. A degree with
emphasis in social work, psychology or education is desirable along with demonstrated experience and ability to work with youth, family, and adult volunteers.
Rate: $20.00 per hour
Application Deadline: 4:00 p.m., Friday, April 24, 2015
Application Available on the School District Web site:
http://www.trf.k12.mn.us
District/Employment/Human Resources
or
Available for pick up at: School District Service Center
230 LaBree Ave. South, Thief River Falls, Minnesota 56701.
“An Equal Opportunity Employer”
Director of Nursing, LifeCare Roseau Manor
Sign-On Bonus Available
LifeCare Roseau Manor has an immediate opening for a Director of
Nursing. We seek an RN with previous nurse management experience,
preferably long term care; and strong leadership, clinical and
interpersonal skills. We offer a friendly, open environment with an
emphasis on quality of care and quality of life for our residents and
teamwork amongst our staff. This is an excellent opportunity to join our
leadership team and enjoy the advantages of our location. We provide
excellent benefits and compensation.
Physical Therapist, PTA,
Occupational Therapist, COTA
The Rehabilitation Services department at LifeCare Medical Center
has openings for Physical Therapists, PTA, Occupational Therapists and
COTA staff. The successful candidates will join our current staff in providing professional treatment for individuals in various settings. Duties
include providing assessments, treatments, education and leadership
to meet the needs of our patients. Caseload may include inpatients,
outpatients, pediatrics and long-term care patients. We have full-time
and part-time positions available.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL CAROL KLOTZ AT:
(218) 463-4309, fax (218) 463-4733
or email [email protected]
You can also mail an application and resume to:
Human Resources, LifeCare Medical Center
715 Delmore Drive, Roseau, MN 56751
’70s”
(with
co-author
Thomas Saylor); “Twin
Cities Album;” “Twin Cities
Picture Show;” and the
state history textbook,
“Northern Lights.” He also
has chronicled the histories
of
several
significant
Minnesota
institutions,
including the Minneapolis
Grain
Exchange,
the
Minnesota
Telecom
Alliance, the St. Paul
Chamber
Orchestra,
Gustavus Adolphus College
and the Northern Star
Council of the Boy Scouts of
America. He is a two-time
winner of the Minnesota
Book Award in 2004 and
2010.
Attendees will also be
invited to view the new
Roseau County Homefront
exhibits this night.
In 2014 the Roseau
Horseback riding
is being proposed
at Lake Bronson
Park
Department of Natural
Resources Parks and Trails
Division is holding an open
house and seeking public
input on a proposal to add
horseback riding at Lake
Bronson State Park. The
proposal would allow horseback riders to use existing
areas of the park and its
trails.
The open house will take
place at the park’s visitor
center Saturday, May 9,
from 10 a.m. to noon.
Anyone is welcome to drop
by. DNR staff will be available to answer questions
and receive comments on
the proposal.
Lake Bronson State Park,
established in 1937, contains prairie, oak savanna,
and aspen forests that
straddle the South Branch
Two River in northwest
Minnesota. The 2,557-acre
park includes two campgrounds, a group camp,
backpack campsites, a visitor center, a beach and picnic area, and a variety of
trails.
Those unable to attend
the open house may review
the proposal online or at the
park office, and submit comments until Monday, May
18, via phone or email to:
Darin Newman, planner,
651-259-5611, [email protected] or Allen
Lego, park manager, 218754-2200, [email protected]
mn.us.
County Museum hosted
“Minnesota
Homefront,
World War II,” a traveling
exhibit.
The
traveling
exhibit has moved onto
another venue, but the
Roseau County Museum
will continue the theme
throughout
2015.
The
museum is busy creating
exhibits
exploring
the
accomplishments,
sacrifices, disappointments and
challenges. The museum
welcomes the public to
share/loan items and stories
of life during World War II
to help tell the story.
Also, if someone happened to miss “Minnesota
Homefront, World War II,”
traveling exhibit, some of it
will be reproduced to give
visitors another opportunity
to find out what it was like
to “make do” with rationing,
farm during a severe labor
shortage, develop inventions for the war, and more.
Rummage Sales
SKIME RUMMAGE SALES
Bethesda Church Bake Sale Lunch,
Reine Hall, others. Saturday, May
2nd, 9am.
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520 Horace Avenue North
Friday, April 17th, 3-6pm and
Saturday, April 18th, 8am-4pm.
Furniture, freezer, misc. household
items.
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401 Maple Avenue South
Garage & Bake Sale: Saturday,
April 18th, 8am-5pm. Household,
cookbooks, clothing, queen headboard and much misc. Lefse,
breads, jellies (including choke
cherry) and pickled beets.
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207 First Avenue West ~ Trail
Saturday, April 25th, 9am-6pm and
Sunday, April 26th, noon-? Mary
Jean Altendorf ~ Lots of crafts, yarn,
material, knitting/crocheting hooks,
craft books, thread, lots of misc.
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1218 Duluth Avenue North, TRF
MOVING SALE: Saturday, April
18th, 9am-2pm and Sunday, April
19th, 12-3pm. Furniture, clothes,
antiques and lots of misc. household stuff.
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1011 Duluth Avenue, TRF
ESTATE SALE: Thursday, April
23rd, 5-8pm and Friday, April 24th,
9am-6pm. The house is full of items!
Over 1,000 yards of fabric, sewing
machines, books, washer, dryer,
dining sets, yard cart, antiques, furniture. HUGE amount of Princess
House Crystal, jewelry, guitar, bassoon, oboe, clarinet, trombone,
drum, sheet music. Baseball cards,
coins, 2 hutches, queen and twin
beds. For more info, see our website
www.
TheEstateSaleGuys.com
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WANTED:
Old
combines,
swathers, farm machinery, cars,
trucks, appliances, junk. Call 218686-9161 or 218-964-5189, leave
message. F75tfc
Full-Time Warehouse/Delivery
We offer super opportunities for the right people. Great
working environment and training. Applicants must have a
valid driver’s license and clean driving record. Also, must be
able to lift over 50 lbs.
Apply In Person
1875 Hwy 59 South • Thief River Falls
Saturday, April 18, 2015
KALINOWSKI CONSTRUCTION:
Experienced carpenter/carpenter
laborer. New construction from
foundation to finish. All in TRF area.
Fully insured with Worker’s Comp,
Unemployment, holiday and bonus
pay after one year. Call Geno @
218-686-2408.
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Help Wanted
TRF Pallet Inc. is looking for
part-/full-time Production Workers,
up to 40 hours per week.
Apply in person to Ross
8th and Dewey
Experienced Backhoe Operators
and General Laborers, North
Central Service in Bemidji, for
underground utility projects this season. Need valid driver’s license and
consent to background and drug
screen prior to hire. Health, 401(k)
and vacation included. Call 218-4443855 to apply.
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PART-/FULL-TIME
BARTENDERS
WAITRESSES & COOKS
WANTED
APPLY IN PERSON
RUSTY NAIL
307 Main Ave. N., T.R. Falls
DRIVERS CDL-A: Co-$2,500 Signon, excellent pay package and outstanding benefits! O/Ops-$4,000
Sign-on + 76% of line haul. Call 855252-1634.
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CARRIER BOYS & GIRLS wanted
to deliver the Northern Watch each
Friday evening. Great starter job,
must be at least 11 years old. Stop in
at The Times for an application ~
324 Main Avenue North, TRF.
JC Penney
Now Hiring
Seeking associates with
great customer service skills.
Duties include helping
customers, cashiering,
merchandising
and stock processing.
You must be able to work a full-or
part-time, flexible schedule including
some days, nights and/or weekends.
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APPLY NOW!
Online or in person
www.jcpenney.com
225 Main Avenue North
Thief River Falls, MN
Full-Time Maintenance Supervisor
LICENSED STYLIST WANTED
Part-Time or Full-Time
Apply in Person
1513 Hwy 59 S
Thief River Falls
NOW HIRING
Waitress &
Dishwasher
Apply in person!
Biff’s Kitchen
811 Atlantic Ave. N.
Thief River Falls
DUTIES INCLUDE: Working On The Automatic Inserter,
Bagging and Mailing the Northern Watch Newspaper.
Possiblity of Additional Hours for Dependable People.
REQUIREMENTS: Ability To Lift 60 Lbs. Repetitively;
Must Be 18 Or Older
STOP IN AND FILL OUT AN APPLICATION AT
324 Main Avenue North • Thief River Falls, MN • (218) 681-4450
Thief River
SALES CONSULTANT
Thief River Ford is looking
for an Entry-Level Sales
Consultant to join our winning
team! The Sales Consultant is
responsible for working with
customers to identify their
vehicle needs while ensuring
each customer has a satisfactory dealership experience.
Thief River Ford offers an
aggressive pay plan, paid time
off, retirement program with
company match, as well as
health insurance and a
positive work environment that
comes from a family owned
business.
If you are a people-oriented
person and would enjoy
working in a professional
envirnoment,
perhaps
a
career in sales is for you!
Please call
Steve Lillestol or
John Kleven at
(218) 681-2660
to schedule your
interview
LEGAL SECRETARY
Thief River Falls law firm seeks
full-time legal secretary. Wage
negotiable. Must have excellent
typing and organizational skills.
Typing test will be required.
For more information and to
apply contact the Thief River
Work-Force Center, 1301 Hwy 1
East in TRF; (218) 681-0909.
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Help Wanted
Car Wash Attendant
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Thief River Falls
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Product Receiver
Dean Foods seeks a Product
Receiver for a temporary
position. This position unloads
trailers of product. Putting this
product into organized storage.
Must be able to lift 50 lbs. and
able to operate pallet jacks and
forklifts. Must have good work
attendance record and be
mindful of safety. Salary for this
position starts at $17.00 per
hour.
Apply at
deanfoods.com/careers
Dean Foods is an Equal
Opportunity Employer
M/F/Veteran/Disability
FULL-TIME
OPENINGS
Roseau County is accepting applications for a regular,
Full-Time Maintenance Supervisor. This is a benefited non-exempt
Grade 7 position, with a beginning wage of $20.75 per hour,
commensurateMwith experience.
This position is responsible for directly supervising the day-toFOR
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with a
beginning wage of $20.75 per hour,
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Minimum requirements include one year of job related postgraduate technical or vocational training, five to six years of experience in highway construction or highway maintenance equipment operations; and, a valid Minnesota Class A (CDL)Driver’s
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descriptions and reference
Applications may be obtained from the County Coordinator’s
information to apply online.
Office by email at [email protected], from the
Roseau County web site at http://www.co.roseau.mn.us, or by
GCR
TIRES & SERVICE
calling 218-463-4248. Completed applications, along with cover
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TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANT
Employment
Opportunity
DEPENDABLE PART-TIME
Make some $$$
and enjoy a great
Associate Discount
at your favorite store!
The following position is available in School District #564
Thief River Falls, MN
Effective: Immediately
Hours: 4 hours/day (6:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. • 2:30 - 4:30 p.m.) student days
Duties: Ride bus route to assist with special education students, assist
driver with discipline, and other duties as assigned.
Requirements: Position requires lifting. Must submit to a criminal
history background check.
Salary/benefits: $12.67 - $14.55 per hour dependent upon experience
Application Deadline: Open until filled
Application available for pick up at:
School District Service Center
Personnel Office • Becky Rogalla, Director
230 LaBree Avenue S. • Thief River Falls, Minnesota 56701
218-681-8711, Ext. 5225ces
or
Available on the School District Web site:
http://www.trf.k12.mn.us
District/Employment/Human Resources
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with diverse teams of teammates.”
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1809 Hwy 59 S
Thief River Falls, MN 56701
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1301 3rd St. W., TRF
218 - 681-4447
The
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supplier of
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professional
builders.
Now Taking
Applications for
the 2015 Season
Full-Time or Part-Time
Inside attendants & Go-Cart
attendants needed
Perfect summer job
for students!
Pick up an application at
Petro Pumper
17107 Hwy 59 NE
Thief River Falls
THE CLASSIFIEDS
Saturday, April 18, 2015
Help Wanted
Help Wanted
Part-Time to
Full-Time
Delivery Person
PT COOK NEEDED! A’viands is
seeking an experienced PT Cook to
work at the Pennington County Jail
in Thief River Falls. Qualified applicants must be able to lift 50 lbs. and
pass
a
background
check.
Experience in industrial cooking is
helpful. We offer a flexible schedule.
Apply online at www.passion4
foodservice.com or by calling
toll-free 1-855-436-6373 (Hiring
Code: 101). For questions, call
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with sales opportunities
Must have current
driver’s license.
Stop In or Call
Jeff at Popplers
218-681-3914
Help Wanted
Help Wanted
Shop Hand
Car Washer/ Porter
(Must Have Drivers License)
Afternoons
Monday - Friday
Apply in Person
Hwy. 1 & 59 W.
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
REPRESENTATIVE
Responsibilities:
• Enter payments, credits, and debits
• Answer mail, email, and facsimile
correspondence
• Process COD and credit card credits and
payments. Balance transactions daily
• Other tasks as assigned or required
Requirements:
• Able to project a positive attitude and
professional image for Digi-Key
• Excellent communication skills
• Must be detail oriented
• Must be polite and courteous
• Must have good numerical skills
• Able to work quickly and accurately
• Accounting background is not required
To learn more, call or visit us online at
218-681-7930 • DIGIKEY.COM/CAREERS
Digi-Key is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
We are currently seeking an Estimator to join the
Marvin Home Center team located in Warroad, MN.
This is a full-time position with a work schedule of varied weekday
hours between 7:30 am – 7:00 pm and a rotating weekend work
schedule.
Job Duties:
• Estimate and price material take-offs for building projects
• Draw basic concept floor plans
• Generate window and door sales from take-offs for new homes,
remodel, and commercial projects
• Provide service follow-ups on job sites and work with vendors for
customer satisfaction
• Provide superior customer service to contractors and customers
• Assist customers throughout store and lumberyard
• Operate forklifts, unloading and loading
Skills and abilities:
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Estimating experience
Ability to read blueprints/drawings to provide take-offs and pricing
Prior sales experience helpful
Strong problem-solver
Good listener
Window and door background knowledge helpful
High school diploma or higher, with previous drafting coursework
or experience in the building trades or retail lumber preferred
If you meet these qualifications and are interested in
this exciting opportunity, please send your resume to
[email protected]
For more information contact Dennis Dixon or Jon Cole
at Marvin Home Center 218-386-2570
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MINIMUM $10.00 CHARGE FOR CREDIT CARD ORDERS!
Help Wanted
REM is seeking caring, reliable
people for PT and weekends position providing services for people
with disabilities in the Thief River
Falls area. If interested, please apply
online at www.jobs. thementornetwork.com/minnesota or if you have
questions, please call Leann Bosma,
HR @ 218-444-5876 ext. 102.
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Summer Babysitter/Daycare for 8year-old: Weekdays 9am-5pm, midJune through Mid-August. Easy
hours, good pay. Call 218-681-2385
or text 218-684-5752.
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Full-Time
Teller Position
Help Wanted
Sprayer Operator and/or Truck
Driver for a custom application business. Class A needed and/or pass
commercial applicator’s test. Wages
dependent on experience. Call 218478-2247.
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HELP WANTED
EXPERIENCED FULL-TIME
OR PART-TIME STYLIST
Toi’s Studio For Hair
Apply with resumé at
309 LaBree Ave. N., Thief River Falls, MN • (218) 681-6796
Klipping Brothers Construction
Company. is looking for experienced
CARPENTERS. Paid holidays start
immediately with a year-end bonus.
Paid vacation after 6 months.
Starting wage is $15-20/hour DOE.
Call Bob @ 218-289-4647 or email a
resume to [email protected]
Motel
Manager
C OMPETITIVE
C OMPENSATION PACKAGE
I NCLUDING H EALTH ,
D ENTAL AND PTO.
E XPERIENCE H ELPFUL
Experience preferred
but not necessary.
Must be willing
to relocate.
BUT NOT REQUIRED
Apply In Person or Via Email
[email protected]
Please send resumé to
[email protected]
201 Third Street East
Thief River Falls, MN 56701
EOE and
Employment
Opportunity
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Maintenance
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Help Wanted
Full- & Part-Time
Permanent
Positions
Food service experience
and knowledge of sanitary
practices helpful but not
necessary. We will train. Must be
able to work weekends. Starting
wage is $8 to $10/hour DOE.
Flexible scheduling.
Full-Time: 5 days a Week
7 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. • 3 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.
Part-Time:
Monday - Friday 3 p.m. - 9 p.m.
& Weekends 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Pick up an application at
1542 Hwy 59 SE • Thief River Falls
(Across the street from K-Mart, next to Oil Boyz)
Speak to Bill or Kelly.
Be ready to interview on the spot.
Bring resumé and references.
Belly’s Take-N-Bake
JANITORIAL CLEANING: Part-time
evenings in Thief River Falls. Call
218-686-5427.
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HUGO’s Family Pharmacy is now
accepting applications for a full- or
part-time
Certified
Pharmacy
Technician. Competitive wage, benefits and flexible hours MondayFriday 9am-6pm, Saturday 9am2pm. Pick up an application at the
pharmacy.
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FARM HELP WANTED! Potatoes
and More, Halma, MN. Call 218-2010400, leave message. F2P8t41p
Johnson’s
Riverside
SLS, Inc.
is now hiring
One Full-Time &
One Part-Time
Maintenance Position
Roseau County is accepting applications for a regular,
Full-Time Assistant
M Engineer in charge of Maintenance. This is a
benefited exempt Grade 10 position, with a beginning wage of
We are looking for timely,
$26.97 per hour, commensurate with experience.
This is
dependable, task orientated
This position is responsible for planning, organizing and
a
benefited
non-exempt
G
rade
7
position,
with
a
beginning
wage
of
$20.75
per
hour,
directing countywide maintenance of roads, bridges, and ditches
people. Experience is
c with the maintenance of Highway Department buildings and
along
preferred, but not required.
properties. The job involves being responsible for making
Benefits are available to those
decisions for establishing, maintaining, and evaluating uniform
practices and policies relating to street, highway, and ditch
who qualify.
maintenance; and, directing countywide maintenance programs
and projects through subordinate staff and hired contractors. This
Please call Justin
position assists the County Engineer with short and long term
at 218-681-1278
budget planning for maintenance projects and equipment and
provides direction and supervision to the Roseau County
for further information.
Maintenance Department.
Minimum requirements include two years of job-related
ability
post-secondary
education; five to seven years of highway
t
construction experience, including two years supervisory
experience, or equivalent combination; and a valid Minnesota
Driver’s License
Great New Wages
Applications may be obtained from the County Coordinator’s
Exceptional
Sign-on Bonus
Office by email at [email protected], from the
Offers
for
Fulland Part-time
Roseau County web site at http://www.co.roseau.mn.us, or by
calling 218-463-4248. Completed applications, along with cover
Nursing Staff
letter and resume, may be submitted to: Ann Marie Miller,
Administrative Assistant, 606 5th Ave SW, Room 131, Roseau,
MN. Closing date is May 1, 2015
Completed applications, along with
Is currently hiring for:
c ROSEAU COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Closing date is M
Come join our family!
McINTOSH
SENIOR LIVING
Red Lake County
Engineering Aide
Red Lake County Highway Department is seeking an Engineering
Aide. Duties include surveying, computer aide design, construction
inspection, material testing, drafting, plan preparation, and other
essential functions as required. Position is full-time and benefit
package available. The position will be filled as an Engineering Aide III,
IV, or V depending on qualifications.
Education, experience, and salary range:
Engineering Aide III: up to 2 yrs. experience in surveying,
computer aide design, drafting, design and inspection of highway
projects. $14.91-$17.16/hr.
Engineering Aide IV: Associate degree in Civil Engineering
Technology or equivalent plus 0-2 yrs. experience; OR 4-6 yrs. of
progressive qualified work experience in similar field; OR an
equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to
perform the essential functions of the job. $17.55-$20.33/hr.
Engineering Aide V: Associate degree in Civil Engineering
Technology or equivalent plus 2-4 yrs. experience; OR 6-8 yrs. of
progressive qualified work experience in similar field; OR an
equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to
perform the essential functions of the job. Must possess MnDOT Bridge
Inspection certificate. $20.30-$23.62/hr.
Promotion potential possible at each level.
Questions or to apply call the HR office at
218-253-2590, email [email protected]
or visit www.co.red-lake.mn.us. Applications may
be picked up at the Red Lake County Highway
Department, 204 7th St SE, Red Lake Falls.
EOE
➢ Full- or Part-Time LPN
➢ Full- or Part-Time
Housekeeping/
Laundry
➢ Full-Time
Applications will be accepted through April 27, 2015
NORTHERN
Thief River Falls
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Manager
Dietary
Flexible for nursing students
We give credit for experience
and will train new nurses. We
take pride in being a TEAM
oriented facility that provides
quality care to individuals
who need care.
MSL offers Health Insurance,
401k, Double-time holiday
pay (time & 1/2 for RNs),
Scholarship program, PTO
& shi differential pay for
LPNs, TMAs & NARs.
Interested persons should
send resume to 600 Riverside
Ave NE, McIntosh, MN
56556. Attention Tricia Hove,
DON for Nursing, Orlett
Hedlund for Lndy/Hsk or
Sharlene Knutson for
Dietary. Applications are
available by calling
218-563-2715
Dedicated To Quality Care
Carriers Needed!
The Northern Watch is now
accepting applications
for carrier delivery people
for the Thief River Falls area.
Earn up to $9 per hour.
Girls and boys of all ages are
encouraged to apply, along
with adults and families.
Call Today 681-4450 or
apply at The Times
324 Main Ave. N. Thief River Falls
THE CLASSIFIEDS
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The Karlstad Healthcare Center is currently accepting
applications for either Full-Time or Part-Time CNAs. These
positions include every other weekend and holiday. Automatic
benefits include: paid time off, extended sick leave, flexible
scheduling, shift differential and holiday pay.
We gladly work around your college schedule!
Contact Laura Dunning, DNS at 218-436-2161
or email [email protected] for more information.
Karlstad Healthcare Center is an EOE.
....because the journey matters
NOW HIRING
PAINT
PRODUCTION
WORKERS
Erskine Attachments has immediate openings in our Paint
Production area. Applicants should be capable of lifting 50
pounds, be a team player and be willing to work in other areas
as needed. Preference will be given to applicants with
experience in media blast and/or powder paint application.
Erskine is a leading manufacturer of skid steer and compact
tractor attachments and has been in the attachment industry for
over 62 years. We offer a competitive salary and full benefit
package.
Please apply in person at:
920 Airport Road • Fosston, MN 56542
Applications are being accepted by the Pennington County Sheriff’s
Office for a Part-Time Deputy Sheriff. Applicants must be Minnesota
Post License eligible. Salary and benefits for this position will be in
accordance with the Union Contract.
Applications must be received by 10:00 a.m.
on April 29, 2015
Applications and a complete job description are available
at the Pennington County Sheriffs Office
102 1st St. W., Thief River Falls, MN 56701
or on our website at
http://co.pennington.mn.us - click on employment
PENNINGTON COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Middle River – Thief Lake Living At Home/Block Nurse Program is
accepting applications for a 20 hour per week Program Director position. The hourly wage will be negotiated on, upon the amount of applicant’s experience. Paid time for holidays and one week of paid vacation
are additional benefits. The Director is responsible for the overall operation of the non-profit program that assists elders to continue living in
their own home.
Primary duties include budgeting, fundraising, grant writing, basic
bookkeeping skills, computer and phone use. You would personally be
working with seniors needing our services. Knowledge of the local community is valuable. The Volunteer Coordinator would work with you.
If interested, submit a resume with a cover letter and references to
MR-TL LAH/BNP, P.O. Box 94, Middle River, MN 56737
This position is subject to a background check.
EOE
Ask for Adam or Roy.
A written application is required.
Looking for a career with a fast growing company,
competitive wages, and great working environment?
Apply today!
CNC Machine Operators
Errico Manufacturing of rural Viking, MN, is looking for CNC
Machine operators for the day and night shifts. We are looking
for dependable, energetic, hardworking individuals, possessing
a good work attitude. Required to be 18+ years of age.
4-H ATV Safety Coordinator
University of Minnesota Extension, Roseau County,
is recruiting for a part-time 4-H ATV Safety Coordinator located
in Roseau, MN. Position begins in May, pays $14.86/hour for
total of 440 hours over 6 months, negotiable.
APPLY ONLINE
Requisition number: 197289
To apply online and to access the complete
job description, go to:
https://employment.umn.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=197289
Completed applications must be received by
April 19, 2015 to be considered.
To receive a full job description and/or to apply, contact
Mike Sorteberg
Ericco Manufacturing • 218-523-5600
21005 220th Ave. NW, Viking, MN 56760
(17 miles West on Hwy 1)
or apply online at www.EriccoMfg.com
FARM ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST
Thief River Falls, MN
We are seeking a full-time Farm Accounting Specialist to join
our team. In this role, you will develop relationships with our
agricultural customers, maintain accurate accounting records,
market our farm accounting service and educate customers on the
importance of good records for successful business planning. If
you are a team player, have a Bachelor’s degree in accounting or
related business field or equivalent relevant experience,
knowledge in computer operations & possess strong communication skills, apply today!
Closing Date: April 20, 2015
For full details and to submit your resume,
please visit our website at:
www.agcountry.com/employment
“We Bring More to Your Table”
EEO/AA/M/F/Veteran/Disability
The U of M is an equal opportunity educator and employer.
Greenbush Middle River School District #2683
Seeking applicants for
1.0 FTE Science Teacher
Biology Grades 9-12
Date Available: August 2015
Date of Closing: Open Until Filled
Interested candidates should submit the following:
• Letter of Interest
• Resumé
• 3 Letters of Reference
• Transcript
• Copy of Minnesota Teaching License
Credentials may be sent to:
Thomas Jerome, Superintendent
Greenbush Middle River School District #2683
401 Park Avenue, P.O. Box 70 Greenbush, MN 56726
[email protected]
HEALTH CARE JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Are you looking for a
rewarding career in health
care? Join the
health care team at
LifeCare Medical Center.
Complete job descriptions and minimum
requirements can be seen on our website at
www.lifecaremedicalcenter.org
The following positions are currently available:
Nursing Assistant/Registered
Roseau Manor, Greenbush Manor, ~
Sign-on Bonus Available
Nursing Assistant/Not Registered
Digi-Key is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Pennington Square
1st &
Pennington
CAREERS START HERE
Ag Territory Manager Opening in Crookston
Ziegler Ag Equipment, a division of Ziegler CAT, is looking
for a Territory Manager to serve as the first point of contact
between the customer and Ziegler Ag Equipment. Requires
4-year degree or equivalent agricultural experience, as well
as 2 years of sales experience. Ziegler offers competitive
pay, medical, vision, dental insurance and 401(k) match.
zieglercareers.com
An EEO Employer including
disability and veterans.
The following position is available in School District #564
ENGLISH TEACHER
Thief River Falls, Minnesota:
Location: Lincoln High School – Innovative 1:1 High School
Effective: September 1, 2015
Requirements: Minnesota certified in secondary English/Language
Arts.
Preference given to applicants with the qualifications and desire to
assist with extracurricular activities/athletics within the School District.
Salary and benefits: Per negotiated contract
Application Deadline: 4:00 p.m., Friday, April 24, 2015
Application Available on the School District Web site:
http://www.trf.k12.mn.us
District/Employment/Human Resources
or
Available for pick up at: School District Service Center
230 LaBree Ave. South, Thief River Falls, Minnesota 56701.
“An Equal Opportunity Employer”
Toolmaker/Machinist
Machinewell, Inc. has a position for a Toolmaker/Machinist. Applicants
are responsible for working from blueprints, specifications and/or
instructions to rough and finish parts to close tolerances. Sets up and
operates lathes and mills, including reviewing CNC programs and
blueprints, varies speeds and feeds for tooling; operating machines to
produce quality parts. Required to understand machine operations and the
capabilities of those machines. Make and repair cutting tools, jigs, fixtures
and gauges. Some welding will be required.
Two year technical school degree preferred but would be willing to train.
Strong math background is necessary. Ability to use precision measuring
equipment.
This position is full-time with major medical insurance, vacation 401(k)
plan and profit sharing. Forty (40) hours a week minimum with overtime as
needed. Four 10-hour shifts per week (6:30-5:00) Monday through
Thursday (Fridays as needed). Salary based on experience.
Machinewell, Inc., PO Box 157, Grygla, MN 56727
Phone: 218-294-6101 Fax: 218-294-6587
email: [email protected]
Friendship &
Family
Greenleaf Assisted Living Facility,
where friends meet and residents become
part of our family. We are currently expanding
our team with new family members.
If you are seeking a rewarding career in a warm
family environment, please contact us at
(218)681-1685 regarding the following positions:
Part-Time Cook
Overnight Caregiver/CNA
Full-Time Day/Evening Caregiver/CNA
Weekend Status Employee (Hourly wage +15%)
Day/Evening Shifts Flex Status Employee
(Hourly wage +15%)
Benefits are available
for eligible employees.
We are located at 1006 Greenwood St. E. in
Thief River Falls, MN. We look forward to meeting you,
Chelsey & Heidi
• Home
Aide
Care Aide
Oa
• Housekeeping
• LPN ~ Float Staff, Roseau Manor
• Physical
Therapist, PTA
•Occupational Therapist, COTA
• Director of Nursing ~ Roseau Manor,
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Sign-On Bonus
Sign-on Bonus up to $500 for permanent
NA/R hired to work at or over 24 hours per week.
Certified Nursing Assistant classes are available.
For more information or to apply, please contact:
Carol Klotz, Human Resources, LifeCare Medical Center
715 Delmore Drive, Roseau, MN 56751
or email [email protected] (218) 463-2500 or (218) 463-4309 Check out our website at
www.lifecaremedicalcenter.org
Sign-on bonus up to $500 for permanent NA/R hires
working at or over 24 hours per week.
If you are interested in becoming a Nursing Assistant, please
contact Heidi at 218-463-4728 to enroll in our next scheduled
class which is scheduled for June 1, 2015. There will be no fee for
class participants who apply for employment at LifeCare Medical Center. If you are not a certified nursing assistant, we do
have on the job training available prior to taking the certified
nurse assistant class.
Are you considering becoming a Nursing Assistant?
Come and job shadow at Roseau Manor or Greenbush Manor
and experience the rewards of being a Nursing Assistant! To
schedule a job shadowing date, please call
EOE
Jana at 218-463-2500, extension 4306.
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218-681-7930
DIGIKEY.COM/CAREERS
Apply in
person.
Co
To learn more, call or visit us online today
220 Main Ave.
South
Training on the job ~ Roseau Manor, Greenbush Manor
• EMT/Paramedic
Requirements/Skills:
• Outstanding written and verbal communication skills
• Highly developed research and analytical skills
• Able to work independently and manage multiple concurrent projects and
relationships
• Capable of organizing work on a daily basis and meeting deadlines
• Proficient with computer software applications including Excel, Word and
Powerpoint
• Knowledge of electronic component distribution industry preferred
• Able to build relationships both internally and externally
• Team player with demonstrated proficiency in a matrix resource environment
Full- and Part-Time, Flexible Hours
Pennington Main
Effective beginning with the 2015 - 2016 academic year.
•
Responsibilities:
• Track and maximize in-stock percentages on key product areas
• Prepare and approve purchaser orders
• Initiate and oversee “pull in”/“push out” of product to make sure Digi-Key
is meeting inventory requirements
• Oversee the stock rotation/scrap process
• Analyze and prepare inventory overstock/under-buy reports
• Perform inventory turn analysis across suppliers and by product category
• Analyze contributing factors for supplier inventory substandard
performance
• Identify slow moving product and work with product teams to create
disposition strategy
• Other tasks as assigned or required
Now Accepting Applications
Qualifications: Appropriate Minnesota Teaching License
•
ASSET MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
Looking for friendly,
honest and
hard-working
individuals who enjoy
people and take
pride in their work.
DEPUTY SHERIFF
s
$1,000 Sign-On Bonus
Drive Pay Bonus For Those Driving More
Than 25 Miles To Work
PART-TIME
ie
CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTS
Saturday, April 18, 2015
munit
Currently seeking motivated and compassionate
caregivers to join our dedicated health care team
here at Oakland Park Communities!
Full-Time and Part-Time RNs
Full-Time and Part-Time LPNs
Full-Time and Part-Time
Housekeeping/Laundry
Scholarship program available for students pursuing
a nursing career!
Not a Certified Nursing Assistant?
We will help you get certified while you work!
Oakland Park Communities offers competitive wages with shift
differential and paid time off. Credit is given for experience and
new graduates are always welcome. We work around school
schedules as needed. Every other weekend and holiday required.
Employee Benefits include health/dental/vision insurance, 401(k),
FLEX plan and life insurance for qualified applicants.
Interested applicants may contact Michelle Noreen, DON
at 218-681-1675, fill out an application online at
www.oaklandparktrf.com or stop in and complete an application
at 123 Baken Street, Thief River Falls
Saturday, April 18, 2015
Pets
Business Opportunity
Miracle
DOG BOARDING
Business Opportunity
Family atmosphere,
reasonable rates,
St. Hilaire
Call Arlen
1-480-837-1855
218-964-5397
Breeding Goldens for the family and the field
www.sharptailridge.com
For Rent
WESTIE PUP FOR SALE
Adorable Male 3-1/2 Mos.
Vet checked, shots, wormed,
lymes vac. Needs an active,
fun loving home.
$250 ~ Call 218-779-4649
Manufactured Homes
Manufactured Home Skirting: The
Affordable
Concrete
Block
Solution. Best Appearance and
Durability on the Market. Call 218686-7952
or
visit
www.
PCIBlocking.com
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2012 Schult 16x80 Mobile Home:
3-bedroom, 2-bath, includes insulated skirting, must be moved
...$49,000. Financing available.
Call 218-689-6264.
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2000 HOMARK 16x80 set up in
TRF’s Challenger Park: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths with large master
bath including shower stall and
whirlpool tub. Appliances include
range, fridge, dishwasher, central
air, front load washer/dryer. Call
218-681-3435.
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1972 DOUBLEWIDE located in
Thief River Falls, must be moved.
Best offer. Call 218-684-5637.
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14x70 Mobile Home with or without
additions, must be moved ...$5,000
ALSO: Freisen 240 bushel seed
tender with scale and roll tarp. Call
218-796-5395.
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ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT
available now: Non-HUD, no pets.
Call 218-686-0738.
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OKLEE EXTENDED STAY ■ Every
bedroom has a 32” TV ■ Main living
room has a 50” Smart TV ■ WiFi,
coin operated laundry & laundry
services will be offered, furnished
bedroom and living room, all utilities
included ■ Call T-59 Motel in TRF
to inquire: 218-681-2720
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OFFICE SPACE: All utilities and
snow removal paid, $550/month.
West of Petro Pumper. Call 218686-6817.
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NOW RENTING
123 4 Mini Storage
Size Availability Limited
10x20 10x10 8x10
Located 1 mile South of
Walmart East on County 61
(the Old Pepsi Road)
Call: 218-689-4443
Now Accepting Digi & Chamber Bucks
NICER 2-BEDROOM apartment:
Quiet and well-maintained, great
location! 218-686-1969
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MOBILE HOME: 2-bedroom w/8x10
shed and washer/dryer. No pets,
non-HUD. Very clean, lease. Call
218-686-5626.
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FREE RENT: Fix and clean farm
home and yard. Privacy. After that,
$595/month, deposit, references.
Call Rick: 320-360-0749. 2P8t36p
FOXTAIL TOWNHOMES has 3 & 4
bedroom apartments available with
heat included in rent. Please call
218-681-2341 for more information
or email [email protected]
2-BEDROOM APARTMENT: No
pets, no smoking. Call 218-4363145.
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2 BEDROOM Country Home: No
pets, no smoking. References. Call
218-686-6584 or 218-964-5260.
Looking for someone to do
LIGHT MECHANIC WORK FULL-TIME
Experience preferred
Wage dependent upon experience
Thief River Ford offers:
• Six day work week • Health Insurance
• Aggressive pay plan • Retirement plan
Stop in and see Reed!
Thief River Ford
802 3rd St. West
Thief River Falls
THE CLASSIFIEDS
Information Technology Specialist 1
East Grand Forks Campus
Northland Community & Technical College is seeking qualified
individuals for a Full-Time Unlimited Information Technology
Specialist 1 position on the East Grand Forks Campus. Application
procedure and additional information regarding the vacancy is
available
on
the
internet
at
h t t p : / / w w w. n o r t h l a n d c o l l e g e . e d u / j o b s / r e q u i s i t i o n
#15MNSC000154.
NCTC is an Equal Opportunity
Employer/Educator
Member of the Minnesota
State Colleges and Universities
Administrative Assistant
Inter-County Community Council, Inc. is accepting applications for the
full-time position of Program Administrative Assistant. Duties include:
organizing files, data entry and program compliance for the
Employment & Training program in accordance with federal and state
program regulations.
For more information on job duties and requirements
please visit www.intercountycc.org
Deadline for application submission is Monday, April 27, 2015.
Interested applicants must submit a resume and completed
job application (found on our website) by the date listed
above to be considered for this position.
Employment & Training Director
Inter-County Community Council
P. O. Box 189 • Oklee, MN 56742
1-218-796-5144 or toll free 1-888-778-4008
Fax: 218-796-5175
[email protected]
www.intercountycc.org
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Domino’s Is Hiring For All Positions
Start Immediately
Potential To Make $11/hour
Plus Bonuses
Apply In Person
209 Brooks Ave. N., Thief River Falls
Bus Drivers needed for Tri-Valley Opportunity Council, Inc. in
Bagley, Mahnomen & Thief River Falls, MN.
Various schedules available, see our website to view the different
schedules. Responsibilities: The Bus Driver position has primary
responsibility for the safety of passengers transported by the Tri-Valley
Heartland Express Bus. The Bus Driver position has considerable
contact and interaction with the public requiring exceptional positive
and professional customer service skills. Other duties include, but are
not limited to, inspecting and maintaining the safety and cleanliness of
the bus, applicable paperwork, marketing program services, answering
customer questions and collecting fares.
Apply online at www.tvoc.org
For questions about the position,
contact Jennifer Booth
at 218-681-6760 or email:
[email protected]
EOE/M/F/D/V
Y
ICCC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Exciting Opportunities at Villa St. Vincent – Want to be
part of something much bigger and make a difference in lives of
our residents, their family and friends? Nursing Assistant:
• Full-Time (32-40 hours every week) Day shift – 6:00 a.m. – 2:30
p.m., weekend and holiday rotation, starting at $12.00, wage may
vary due to health care experience.
• Part-Time Day Shift – 6:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., weekend and holiday
rotation, starting at $12.00, wage may vary due to health care
experience.
• Part-Time (24 hours every week) Night Shift – 10:30 p.m. – 7:00
a.m., weekend and holiday rotation, starting at $12.00 + shift
differential, wage may vary due to health care experience.
• Full-Time (32-40 hours every week) PMs – 2:30 p.m. – 11:00
p.m., weekend and holiday rotation, starting at $12.00, wage may
vary due to health care experience.
• Part-Time PMs – 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. or 2:30 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.,
weekend and holiday rotation, starting at $12.00, wage may vary
due to health care experience.
LPNs:
New LPN graduates welcome, contact us for loan
reimbursement information.
• Full-Time LPN positions available with weekend and holiday
rotation: 6:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., 10:00 p.m. – 6:30 a.m., 2:00 p.m. – 10:30
p.m.
Therapy Department:
• Full-Time (32-40 hours per week) PT/PTA. Will accept new
grads, wage is based on experience.
• PRN Occupational Therapist, for casual employment
Housekeeping:
• Full-Time (40 hours every week) Housekeeping position with
weekend and holiday rotation.
• Flex Housekeeping position, on an as needed basis.
our career can change lives …
maybe even your own.
We are currently recruiting for the following professionals to
join our team: nursing-RN/LPN/CNA, dining and laundry
services and universal workers in assisted living.
For a list of all our
opportunities, or to apply,
visit www.good-sam.com/warren.
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Help Wanted:
Field Drainage of Brooks, MN, a family owned
and operatedWe
business,
is
pay for motels,
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NOW HIRING
Equipment Operators and Laborers.
CDL Drivers Preferred
We pay for motels, transportation and per diem
when on the road. Must be able to work overtime
hours and be away from home during the week.
We never work Sundays.
Call Jess or Cindy 218-698-4628
Resident Assistant:
The following position is available in School District #564
CLEANER
Thief River Falls, Minnesota:
Effective: Immediately
Building: To be assigned
Hours per day: 6 hours
Duties: Sweep, mop, wet-wash, dust/polish, collect/store/dispose refuse,
ensure building security and other miscellaneous tasks that fall within the
scope of this job title.
Requirements: Position requires standing and walking for most of the
work shift and also may involve heavy lifting. Must submit to a criminal
history background check.
Wage: $12.29 - $13.17 per hour (dependent upon experience)
Application Deadline: Open until filled
Application available for pick up at:
School District Service Center
230 LaBree Avenue S. • Thief River Falls, Minnesota 56701
or
Application available on the School District Web site:
http://www.trf.k12.mn.us District/Employment/Human Resources
“An Equal Opportunity Employer”
• Part-Time- Assisted Living Aide - 4:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.,
weekend and holiday rotation. Wage may vary due to health care
experience.
Culinary:
• Part Time - Evening Position 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., every other
weekend and holiday rotation. Wage is based on experience.
Shift Differential Pay | Competitive Wages | Full Benefit Package
including PTO offered to all full-time positions, as well as 401(k)
w/employer match.
For more information on our employment opportunities or to apply,
please contact Lindsey Erdman, Human Resources Coordinator,
Villa St. Vincent, 516 Walsh St., Crookston, MN 56716 or email
[email protected] (218) 281-9733 or 218-281-3424.
You can also visit our website at www.villastvincent.org to
complete an employment application. Hospitality | Stewardship | Respect | Justice
Villa St. Vincent is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Erskine Attachments, a leading manufacturer of skid steer and
compact tractor attachments, has been designing and building
quality equipment for over 62 years. Currently, approximately 90
attachments are designed, manufactured at our Fosston facility. Our
products are sold throughout North America as well as
internationally.
See our website, www.erskineattachments.com
Due to our continual growth, we are looking for qualified workers to
become part of our team.
We are currently taking applications for the following
production positions:
• Welders
• Material Handlers
• Assemblers
Erskine Attachments offers a competitive benefits package that
includes medical, disability and life insurance, retirement plan,
paid time off and occasional overtime shifts.
Please apply in person at: Erskine Attachments LLC
920 Airport Road, Fosston, MN 56542
SCHOLARSHIP
OPPORTUNITIES!
TUITION SUPPORT. PAID WORK EXPERIENCE. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES.
SALES SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
TECHNICAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Students age 18 and older who are planning to pursue a business-related or other general
degree at the Northland Community and Technical College Thief River Falls campus are
eligible to apply.
Students age 18 and older who are planning to pursue a degree in the Electronics
Technology- Automated Systems Program at the Northland Community and Technical
College Thief River Falls campus are eligible to apply.
Those selected will have the opportunity to work part time at Digi-Key in a paid inbound
sales role, receiving cost reimbursement for up to 50% of their educational expenses.
Those selected will have the opportunity to work part time at Digi-Key while at NCTC, and
full time in a technical position after graduating from NCTC, receiving cost reimbursement
for up to 50% of their educational expenses.
The Sales Scholarship Program is an exciting global sales experience with a fast-growing
market leader. Interface directly with customers via the phone while having an opportunity
to get your foot in the door for a future full time position with Digi-Key.
The Position
At Digi-Key, our sales team provides the best personalized customer service in the industry.
As an inbound sales employee, you will be responsible for a variety of tasks including
responding to inbound phone calls, processing orders, and providing information to
customers via phone, fax, email, and web chat.
DEADLINE
EXTENDED!
The Technical Scholarship Program is an exciting way for you to kick off a new and exciting
technical electronics career with a fast-growing market leader. Get your foot in the door for
a future full time position with Digi-Key!
The Position
Technical Support Specialists work with customers ranging from hobbyists to the world’s
top high-technology companies, assisting them with navigation of technical content, cross
referencing, component selection and more.
Where else can you gain valuable paid work experience AND go to college for half price?
For more information, please contact Linda Brateng at [email protected] or 218-681-7930.
DEADLINE TO APPLY HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO APRIL 24, 2015.
122 Tindolph Ave. S. • Thief River Falls
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$172,500
Affordable housing
for those 62 and
older or those
with a disability
3 bedroom, 2 bath
New windows, flooring, air conditioning, furnace, lower level set up
for apartment, foam insulation ceiling and walls lower level, all new
plumbing and wiring, large front and back deck.
Home
For Sale
2,160 Square Feet of Finished Living Space.
• 3-Bedrooms • 2-Bath
• Custom Oak Cabinetry • Wood Floors
• All Major Appliances Included
• High-Efficiency Washer/Dryer and More
• Dual Heating and Central Air with Air Exchanger
Home Must Be Moved From Current Location
For More Information Call or Email Ward Wilson
218-689-4069 or 218-782-2918
[email protected]
503 Riverside Ave. S.
Thief River Falls, MN
218-681-0304 office
102A Main Ave W
Fertile MN
218-945-3700 office
www.premier-estates.net
218-681-7657
[email protected]
www.schuettcares.com
225 LaBree Avenue South
Thief River Falls, MN 56701
Very Well Kept Home For Sale By Owner
Call for nt!
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218-681$ 255,000
1106 Wendt Dr. TRF
4 bedrooms, 1-3/4 baths, open floor plan, vaulted ceiling in living
and dinning room, 3 car garage. Very well landscaped.
FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION
SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 2015 12:00PM
LOCATION – 37618 200th St NW, Warren, MN
<<<<<
House w/ attached garage, 3 bedrooms/1.5 baths, 26’ x 42’ barn,
40’ x 80’ shop – cement floor, 2 overhead doors (10’x10’, 13’x22’).
All on 8.8 spacious acres. Don’t miss your chance on this one!!!
FOR MORE INFORMATION, TERMS OF SALE or VIEWING CONTACT:
JASON ROMINSKI AUCTIONEERS
218-478-3030
For Updates, Pictures, & Sale Bill Go to www.jrauctioneers.com
218-683-5263
www.reedrealtymn.com
Call for a FREE markert analysis of your property!
18458 State 219 Hwy NE, Goodridge
MLS #14-623 Great opportunity to turn
this previous commerical building into a
LARGE single family home or turn back
to commercial. Large lot at 1.84 acres.
$72,000
Kerri Flatland, Broker
Thief River Falls
218-688-0074
Judy Wiseth, Agent
Thief River Falls
218-684-1207
116 Main St. N., Warroad
MLS #14-622 Make an offer on this
one!!! 2 large apartments upstairs with updates and great retail/office area on the
main. $92,000
Linda Arnold, Agent
Thief River Falls
612-385-8860
JanaDee Fuchs, Agent Machelle Engelstad, Agent
Fertile
701-371-6193
Fertile
218-280-0941
Genereux Realty, Inc.
Hwy. 32 South, 304 Riverside Ave. South
P.O. Box 385. Thief River Falls, MN 56701
(218) 681-HOME (4663)
(800) 447-0382
MLS# 15-587 Just Listed in Badger..
$99,000
MLS# 14-1966 Large Lot with 32x42
Building in RLF... Reduced to $39,900
MLS# 14-1131 3 Bedroom, 1-1/2
Bath in Grygla... $139,900
MLS# 14-2282 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath
and Heated Garage... $89,900
#15049 Just Listed! 4 Bedroom Home In A Great
Location! 1-1/2 Baths, Office, Formal Dining
Area, Front Living Room, Unfinished Family
Room With Bar Area, All Appliances Included!
All Fenced In Backyard! Huge Lot! $172,900
#15053 Just Listed! A 3 Bedroom
Manufactured Home Just A Few
Blocks From Digi-key And Arctic Cat!
This Like New Home Features A
Gorgeous Open Kitchen/Dining Room/
Living Room Design With Vaulted
Ceilings! Stainless Steel Appliances, Master Suite Has Jet Tub And Seperate Shower, Walkin Closets, Family Room! $73,000
MLS #15-179 4 Bedroom, 1-3/4 Bath
on the River in TRF... $199,900
Mike Cerny
Owner/Sales
Wyatt Johnson
Sales
Loren Lusignan
Sales
Paulette Omdahl
Sales
Jerry Hoffman
Sales
#15032 New Listing! BRAND NEW HOME!
Near Challenger, See This 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath
Home With Vaulted Ceilings, Very Open Floor
Plan, 3 Bedrooms, Master Has Walk-in Closet,
Very Nice Neutral Colors, Hi-Def Countertops,
Heated And Finished Double Garage! $189,000
GENEREUX REALTY HAS BUYERS LOOKING FOR HOMES
RIGHT NOW! CALL THE HOME TEAM TO GET YOURS SOLD!
681-HOME (4663)
Genereux Realty has Buyers Looking for Homes Right Now!
CALL THE HOME TEAM TO GET YOURS SOLD! 681-HOME (4663)
Kermit Genereux, Broker ......... 681-8493
Patty Wold, Sales......................689-4661
Andy Dessellier, Assoc Broker..791-1191
Jeff Lane, Sales........................ 681-1952
Jamie Engels, Admin/Sales........ 431-0307
Chris Reierson, Sales................207-8343
Jan Ness, Sales........................ 681-2767
Andy Curry................................686-1837
Cindy Sang, Sales ......................782-5922
www.harvestlandsales.com
WANTED
FARMLAND AND HUNTING
LAND FOR SALE
We have buyers interesed in
purchasing your land.
We do auctions and listings.
[email protected]
EHO Creating Better Living
VIKING
2-Bedroom
House:
Laundry, garage, $600/month. Call
218-523-3173 or 218-416-0471.
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TWO BEDROOM HOUSE with
garage: $725/month plus utilities.
Prefer no pets. Available now! Call
218-686-4185.
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THE PLAZA ~ OFFICE SPACE
Downtown: All utilities paid,
$250/month. Call 218-523-3173 or
218-416-0471.
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Greenwood
Terrace
CALL HARVEST LAND SALES
218-201-0832
www.harvestlandsales.com
LAND SALE: 305 acres hunting
land in Section 2 of Deerwood
Township, 3 miles north of Karlstad,
MN. Has beautiful building site,
drilled well and 87 acres CRP. For
more info, call 218-843-2147 after
5pm.
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1 Bedroom Unit
Has an immediate opening for a
Summerfield Place Multi-Family
has a 3 bedroom apartment available with heat included in rent.
Please call 218-681-2341 for more
information or email [email protected]
gmmco.org
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STORAGE NOW OPEN! Country
Estates Storage, close to TRF:
Multiple sizes available from 6x10 to
10x30 starting at $35/month.
Contact Tracy @ Anderson
Realty: 218-689-0671.
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SMALL, 3-Bedroom HOUSE with
garage: No pets/smoking. Deposit/
References required. Call 218-6818522.
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Riverside Terrace Apartments is a
beautifully renovated building for
seniors and disabled individuals
who need affordable housing. Many
amenities and utilities included. Call
218-681-7657 or visit 225 LaBree
Avenue South in TRF. For more info
www.schuettcares.com
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►►SKYLITE APARTMENTS:◄◄
Residential apartment living at it’s
best! Quality HUD subsidized 1st
floor apartments with private entry
doors, large commons with gardens,
beauty shop and gazebo, utilities
paid. Facility preference is for seniors, handicapped or persons with
disabilities. Income limits apply.
Applications for future housing may
be picked up at the Skylite Office,
415 Arnold Ave. S., Thief River Falls,
between 8:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
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154 SQUARE FEET office space
for rent: Lower level of the
Carnegie. Clean and up to date. Call
218681-3720 for more information.
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(218)
(218)
(218)
(218)
(218)
686-5206
686-4357
689-8451
686-9849
686-0224
1 Bedroom Apartment
$492/month
Efficiency Apartment
$385/month
• All utilities included in rent
• Newly remodeled
• Hardwood floors
Income restrictions apply
Contact Croix Management at
Equal Housing Opportunity
$265,000
Between Newfolden and TRF! 40
acre parcel with two building sites!
One of the sites has power and
septic, the second site has an older
2 bedroom mobile home, power,
septic and a newer well. Pond and
food plot!
$64,8
00
54 acres with 44 acres of trees &
brush and 9 acres of pasture, located
just northwest of Karlstad in
Deerwood Township. Deer abound!
$69,
900
#4058
Ready, Ready, Ready! If you're ready to buy,
the Seller is ready to sell, and this home is
ready for you! There is absolutely nothing
that you need to do to this completely
renovated home. The owner has done it all
including exterior painting, roofing, windows,
furnace, central air, fenced-in back yard with
fire pit, everything right down to the new
stainless steel appliances and floor coverings,
and it's ALL done right! Property is situated
on corner lot with insulated garage. Only
thing that's not done is you calling to set up
an appointment!
Fosston, MN • (218) 435-1525
www.sollie.net
Sollie Realty, Inc.
• www.sollie.net • www.sollie.net •
FOR SALE BY OWNER: Country
feel in city limits with this 3 bedroom,
2 bath, 1568 sqft. Marshfield home
built 2001-2002. Lot size: 27,297
sqft. at 113 Willow Road, Thief RIver
Falls. Asking $137,900. Call 218294-6308 (leave message if not
answer).
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Charming 2 Bedroom/1 Bath
seasonal, fully furnished cabin
on Pine Lake, Gonvick. Great
beach, 2 car garage, 311’ x 75’
lot. Move in ready.
To be sold as is.
$139,900
Contact: Sue Dalager
leblancrealty.com
218-779-7977
FARMLAND WANTED: I have a
serious client who wants to buy
good farmland. Will pay cash. Call
Northland Farm Sales, 218-6816036.
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FARM FOR SALE by owner, 15
miles east of Grygla: 233 acres
(170 tillable), older home with newer
well, septic system and electricity.
Large wooded area, great deer
hunting with 3 deer stands. Call 218281-3327.
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CRP LAND: We have a cash buyer
interested in buying land that has
been accepted in the CRP program.
If you’re thinking of selling, please
call us now. Northland Farm Sales,
218-681-6036.
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♦ ♦ RIVER LOTS FOR SALE ♦ ♦
2.5 miles southeast of Thief River
Falls, 218-681-3333. FP4t29/2t33p
In Warren! Grand older home with
steel siding and newer shingles! 3
bedrooms, 1 ½ baths.
Nice
neighborhood!
The perfect entertaining home in TRF!
Open floor plan, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths,
family room, 2 fireplaces, game room,
office and so much more! You really
must see to appreciate!
This small commercial building in
Oklee would make a great office or
shop. Garage bay has new propane
heater.
Half bath. Make an
appointment to see it today!
NEW LISITING!
• www.sollie.net • www.sollie.net •
OPEN HOUSE!
MAPLE LAKE!
$389,9
00
$16,0
00
GREENBUSH HOUSE FOR SALE:
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, located on 2
city lots, priced at $89,000 • Call
218-242-6019.
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$664/month
Thief River Falls
In Middle River! Check out this cozy 2
bedroom home with vinyl siding,
updated kitchen, main floor laundry!
The 28 x 36 garage is insulated and
sheeted and ready to be your
man-cave!
19868 147th Ave NW
Thief River Falls, MN 56701
2 Bedroom Apartment
651-465-6841
$80,0
00
218-686-6452
3 Bedroom Apartment
For Appointments Call:
$41,5
00
Jacob Wightman - Owner
[email protected]
NORTHLAND VILLAGE
IN THIEF RIVER FALLS
• Maryel Anderson-Broker (218) 681-7298
(218) 681-4087
• Gail Oyster-Sales (218) 681-5495
• Becky Smith-Sales (218) 681-3566
www.trfrealty.com
• Nicole Peterson-Sales (218) 689-3508 601 Main Ave. N.
#15026 Very Warm And Inviting 4 Bedroom
Home With 2 Baths, A Very Open
Kitchen/Family/Dining/TV/Greatroom Area,
Mostly Hardwood And Ceramic Floors! Large
Master Bedroom! Loaded With Storage! 2
Fireplaces, Office, Family Room, Walk-in
Closets! Nice Pergilo, Awesome Backyard,
Heated Garage! $229,000 Don’t Miss Out!
#13204 RIVER HOME GREAT LOCATION! 45 Bedroom Home With Many Updates Throughout!
Main Floor Den With Fireplace Overlooking The
Patio, Formal Dining Room, Formal Living Room, 31/2 Baths, Rec Room, Family Room, Theatre Room,
Awesome Place To Raise Teens With Many Separate Areas For Entertaining, Etc. And What
A Nice Lot With Gentle Slope To The River! $250,000
MLS# 14-2373 Building Lot with
Garage in TRF... $18,000
Sign up for our weekly email to get all the newest MLS listings
and updates in NW MN at www.reedrealtymn.com
#15009 North Of TRF In Marshall County! Over
2,500 Sq Ft Home With 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths,
Office, Great Kitchen Formal Dining Room, Gas
Fireplace, Great For Entertaining Inside And
Outside On The Wrap-Around Open Porch!
Garage And A Large Barn If You Want Horses Or
Table Beef! About 12 Wooded Acres! $249,000
Pre Approved! Buyer Looking For 3 Bedroom, 1-2 Bath Home In
Thief River Falls! Under $175,000! Call The Home Team Today
At 681-Home(4663) For Your Free Market Evaluation!
Rent includes water, sewer
and heat. Certain Income
Restrictions Apply
Call DW Jones Management at
800-810-2853
Angie at 218-689-3363 or email
$586/month
Check Out Our Web Page
www.genereuxrealty.com
Interest Rates Are Still Good And Genereux Realty Is Looking
For More Listings In All Price Ranges, Homes, Land And More,
Call The Home Team At 681-Home(4663)
2 BEDROOM
1 BATH UNITS
Real Estate
New Quality Constructed Home ~
616 Evergreen Street: Upper level
features 3 bedrooms, 1-3/4 baths,
kitchen w/appliances, dining and living rooms. Lower level is roughed-in
for 2 bedrooms, bathroom, laundry
and large rec room. Directly across
the
street
from
Challenger
Elementary ...$209,000 ~ Call 218686-6265
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www.sollie.net • www.sollie.net • www.sollie.net
1045 Hanson Dr, TRF
has immediate openings for
CREATING BETTER LIVING
Equal Housing Opportunity
>>>>>
MLS #15-342Excellent location on this
5 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with a 3
car garage. New Stainless Steel appliances. Swing set & shed in the backyard
stay! $259,900
River Falls
Estates
Rent is based on income.
Certain income restrictions appy.
For more information contact
DW Jones Management, Inc.
(800) 810-2853 or
Connie at (218) 686-8803
1016 3rd St. W., TRF
135250 193rd St NE, TRF
WELCOME! Nice 2-bedroom
apartment, great location, quiet and
well maintained. See now! Call 218416-0357.
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Must be 62 years or 18
handicapped or disabled.
MLS #14-2092 Perfect high
traffic area on this commercial
building and lot. Room to expand or sell off a parcel. Lots
of updates to the building.
Only $99,000
MLS #15-595 Gorgeous newer large
home near the golf course. Possible 5
bedrooms with 3 baths, huge family
room, 3 car heated garage on 1.22 acres.
is is a must see!! $273,900
Saturday, April 18, 2015
For Rent
COMPL
REMODETELY
ELED!
Call 218-431-0598
THE CLASSIFIEDS
www.sollie.net • www.sollie.net • www.sollie.net
Home For Sale By Owner
This home is truly for the
discriminating buyer! Located on a
stunning river lot in TRF, the home
has a very large master suite with
fireplace on the main floor, 4 other
additional bedrooms, 2 ½ more
baths, formal dining, formal living,
family room with fireplace, updated
kitchen, sunroom overlooking the
river, maintenance-free deck and a 3
stall heated garage! Steel and brick
siding and lovely landscaping!
$139,9
00
Sunday, April 19th
1 - 3 p.m.
16863 336th St. SE • Mentor (East shore)
This Thief River home has so much
personality! Turn-of-the century charm
with lots of updates for easy living! 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, formal dining, new
vinyl siding, new windows, new furnace,
fenced back yard and 24 x 24 garage.
Come see this gorgeous home with
guesthouse & heated shop!
Many extras!
$579,000
Hosted by Donna Christianson
218-574-2100
www.donnachomes.com
THE CLASSIFIEDS
Saturday, April 18, 2015 Miscellaneous
TICKET ROLLS! 2,000 per roll, sin- gle and double rolls. The Times, 324
Main Ave. N., TRF, 681-4450.
THE BEST RADIANT FLOOR
HEAT WATER TUBING. FREE
ESTIMATE on a Complete System.
Compare & Save! Guaranteed
Lowest Prices ~ www.mikesheating.com ~ 1-800-446-4043
OUTDOOR
FURNACES
Starting
at $4,990
Call Your Local Dealer
at
(218)
686-8927
FREE
on-site
estimates
OUTDOOR WOODBURNING FUR
NACES, All Stainless Steel:
Lifetime Warranty. Eliminate High
Fuel Costs. Heat Your House, Shop
& Domestic Water.
Save up to
$1,450 with in-stock specials!
FREE Estimates.
Guaranteed
Prices! www.mikesheating.
Lowest
com
~ 1-800-446-4043
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Plus long
arm
GAMMILL Premiere
quilting
machine.
Call 218-2685053 for more
info. 2t31p
FIREPLACES
FOR
LESS: Gas
&
Wood Stoves. Highest Quality at
Guaranteed
Lowest
Prices!
Save! FREE
INFO.
Also,
Compare &
Pellet Burning
Online
at
Stoves.
www.mikesheating.com
~ 1-800 446-4043
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All Wood semi-custom
cabinets
the
at HALF
custom
price.
“Kitchens By George,” our award
winning designer ~ 1-888-751-7522
Corner,
Bemidji.
~ Cabinet
ALUMINUM
SHEETS
23x35”, 0.008” thick, 75¢ each.
Available at The Times,
324 Main
North,
TRF. (Call
ahead to
Avenue
check availability
and for large quan-
tities.) Call 218-681+4450.
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FOR ALL YOUR
Repair Needs
• Chain Saws • Snowmobiles
• Snow Blowers • Outboards
• Inboards & I.O. Drives
• All Small
Engines
• Lawn Mowers & Riders
NORM'S REPAIR
Household
TIME IS RUNNING OUT to buy a
new Classic OUTDOOR
WOOD
FURNACE from Central Boiler. Call
information
and spe-
today for more
cial pricing!
Underdahl
Hardware
Hank ~ 218-874-7485
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Vacuum
Repair
Marv’s
3pt hitch, 3 remotes. Call 218-2427443 or 218-242-1080. P4t34p
FARM KING 60ft spring tine harrow, excellent condition; 34 JD
grain drill disks, measure 12-7/8
diameter. Very good, stored inside.
Call 701-360-3181 or 701-6993181.
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4300 CASE IH 41 ft. single fold
cultivator with harrow: Field ready,
in nice condition...$12,000/obo. Call
218-686-0159. 22tfe
Full Line of Field Ready
(used 2014) Farm
Machinery:
F600 Tandem
Truck
with 18ft Double
Hopper Seed Tender
Two C60 Chevy Trucks
with 18ft Box, Hoist and Roll Tarps
6 Yard Ashland Scraper
8630 JD Tractor 3 pt, PTO, New 50 Series
Engine, Good 20.8x38 Tires
Good Tires All
8430 JD Tractor 3pt, PTO,
Around, Dependable
Tractor
875 Versatile Series
2
Tractor,
3000 Hrs
on Complete Overhaul, Good 20.8x38 Tires
40ft JD Cultivator with Drag
30ft IHC 55 High Clearance Chisel Plow
with Drag
Heston 16ft Hydro-Swing Hay Conditioner,
30ft Sanford Rolling Baskets
Call or Text 218-686-2015 or
218-964-5532 for Asking Price
Livestock
Tack @ 11 a.m. Ride-In Horses @ 3 p.m.
Loose Horses to follow
All Out-of-State Horses MUST have current
COGGINS test and Health Certificate.
A U C T I O N D I R E C T O R Y
Date
CALL
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For Pr
For
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ason
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Discounts!
Owner
Time
ROSEBUD REDS has a nice selection of yearling and 18-month- old
bulls. Call 701-367-5614 or 218431-0641.
F4t35p
Registered Polled Hereford and
Balancer Bulls: EPDs performance
tested and sired by top A.I. bulls.
Rangeline Cattle • 218-280-1378
PERFORMANCE TESTED yearling
Angus bulls and heifers. Quality
Angus since 1914! Call 218-2532600 or 218-686-6046. F8t31p
Auctioneer
Looking to buy standing
timber and hybrid
poplar
plantation
wood
A&S Ag Sales
Argyle, MN
Travis Anderson (218)-201-0782
Reece Setterholm (218)-280-5890
Hay, Feed & Seed
001206960r1
ALFALFA SEED: Yield Plus and
645 Brand, proven performance in
northwest Minnesota. Forage
grasses and legumes, food plot
seed. Newfolden Co-op Elevator
800-235-7717
•
Goodridge
Creamery 218-378-4144 • Farmers
Union
Grygla
218-294-6153
F14t39p
Greg
Fully insured with excellent
references
Rodney Gerbacht • 218-766-2770
Office • 218-694-2132
LE
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BAK RING
DU ION
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25, 2015 • 12 Noon
(WATCH FORSIGNS ON HWY 11 EAST)
AUCTIONEERS NOTE: A WELL ROUND AUCTION ON THIS BENEFIT AUCTION.
ALL ITEMS HAVE
BEEN DONATED,
THE COMMUNITY CENTER
SO COME OUT & HELP SUPPORT
SERVICES
Loads Class 5 Gravel
42- Semi-Loads
Grain Hauling
8 Hrs CRP Mowing
Stump Grinding
5 Hrs Combining
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES
LOUIS L’AMOUR Paper Back Books
Complete Set of ZANE GREY Books
Teapots & Tea Cups
Wood Checker Board & Checkers
Toolbox Full Of Old Wrenches
Implement Seat – 2-Jars of old Buttons
Old Roseau County Rural School Library Box
Hand Water Pumps – Milk Mush Mixer
Sewing Rocking Chair
Wooden School Desk w/Drawer
Amish Baskets – Raggedy Ann & Andy Dolls
HOUSEHOLD
Kitchen Table w/6 Chairs
2- Wing Back Chairs
6-Oak D.R. Chairs
STORY & CLARK Piano (Very Good Condition)
Couch & Chair Set
White Wicker Day Bed w/Bedding
Wild Life Framed Prints
NORDIC TRACK Ski Machine & Exercise
Machine
2- Kitchen Electric Range (Good Condition)
SUZUKI Omni Chord Electric Or Battery
12 Cup Coffee Maker
Combo Coffee Maker, Grill Oven
1 Day Fishing Trip (2-4 People)
4 Hrs Carpenter Work
½ Hog Cut & Wrapped
Load of Granite & Load of Black Dirt
Pickup Load Fire Wood
OTHER ITEMS
IHC 7’ Trailer Mower
White Oak Lumber & other Misc Lumber
T posts – Steel Cattle Gates
300 Gal Fuel Tank w/Stand
Dual Compartment Service Tank
30 Bales Grass Hay (Loaded on Site)
Custom Made Fire Ring
RYOBI Weed Eater – New Weber Grill
New Garden Water Fountain
2- MTD Riding Mower Baggers
Propane Mosquito Magnet
4 Tier Mini Greenhouse
COMMUNITY CENTER ~ WANNASKA, MN
SNOWMOBILES – BOAT - LAWNMOWER
AUCTION
BENEFIT
April
Saturday,
FERTILIZER ~ SEED
45 Units PIONEER Soybean Seed
Deer Plot Seed
Liquid Riser Fert , 30 Gal (7-17-8)
Liquid Additive Accomplish (10 Gal)
12 Bags Pro-Seed Com (1378VT2P Variety)
MANY ITEMS NOT LISTED
ALL ITEMS DONATED
WANNASKA COMMUNITY CENTER, OWNER
Check www.nsasales.com
forpictures
LUNCH
SERVED • RESTROOMS
PROVIDED
facebook.com/northstar.auctioneers
removed until settled for. Settlement must be made
TERMS: Cash, U.S. Funds. Nothing
681-7679 • 686-9059
1996 XCR600 Polaris Snowmobile
1994 Ski-Doo 2 upseat, ES, Reverse, Low Mileage
LUND 15’ Alum Canoe
2003 J.D. Riding Mower 48” Deck
Peter
Over 400 houses painted
AUCTION
PAINT
Exterior Buildings
Interior
Wash & Stain Decks
Gutter Cleaning & Repair
Restorative Paint (Oil Base)
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25 years cleaning
April 18 9:30 am Annual Spring Equipment,
Drayton ......................................Mick Rapacz Auctioneers
April 25 9:30 am Goodridge Lions Consignment, Goodridge........................................................................
April 25 10 am Robert
Farbo Estate, Lancaster..............................................Mick Rapacz Auctioneers
26 Noon Elmer & Janet
Sabol Estate, Warren...............................Jason
New and Used
April
Rominski Auctioneers
May2
11 am Multi Party
Auction, Thief River Falls..........................................McMullen Auctioneers
Ag & Farm Parts
May 2
10 am Darrel Nelson, Thief River Falls........................................Jason Rominski Auctioneers
218-681-8221 • 1-800-950-9917
May
2 9 am Amish Community Consignment, Clearbrook..........Mike
Christians/Bernard Green
May 2
10 am Bill Ellis, Warroad................................................Northstar Auctioneers, Laura Durham
Email: [email protected]
Noon “Repair
the Fair”, Warren ..................................................Jason Rominski Auctioneers
May 3
Website: www.trsalvage.com
9 10 am Gary
Beckland Estate,Stephen ...................................................McMullen Auctioneers
May
Thief River Falls, MN 56701
Gerbracht Logging, Inc.
Grain Storage, Handling, and Drying
Steel Bins, Hopper Bins, & more!
Carpets
Upholstery
Furnace Ducts
Dryer Vents
Fire/Smoke Cleanup
Water Damage
For more information, please call Kelly at 701-360-2326
or Central Livestock at 701-282-3262 or 800-733-4620
Morris Vacura
Badger, MN
(218) 528-4181
[email protected] • www.nsasales.com
at conclusion of sale. ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS IS. ALL SALES FINAL. Not responsible
for errors or omissions in above listing. Not responsible for accidents.
Seed Farm, Inc.
Lake Bronson, MN 56734
CRP Mixtures
Native Grass • Wildflowers
Custom Seeding
with
Truax Drill
Phone:
218-754-2693
1-877-733-3087
Toll Free:
Sale On New And Used
Canister
&Upright Vacuums
“50 Yearsof Service”
Commercial & Household
NELSON
MARVIN
218-689-3865
Horses
WESTERN SADDLES (2) and nylon
Call 218-689-
single-horse
harness.
5058.
1t31p
Machinery
Wil-Rich 35ft cultivator; Melroe
45ft multi-weeder,
3-rake; 8600
Airdrill IHC;
(2)
Freisen hopper
bins (1300 bushel
All in good
each).
shape. Call 218-687-3305 or 218289-5539.
FP4t35p grain vac;
Alloway
Walinga
10”x70’
grain auger;
Scoop-a-Second
8”x60’
grain auger;
8”x50’
Versatile grain
auger.
Call 218-689-4756.
2t31p
NH 1475
Mower conditioner; NH
BR77A round baler; Kuhn Knight
8118 spreader.
All items stored
inside. Call 218-782-2950.
F6t37p
2008
JD 7730
MFWD
Tractor:
Model 735, one-owner hours, like
new, 16-speed
trans,
power
quad
Farm Miscellaneous
CLEAN
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ANNUAL SPRING HORSE SALE
Friday, April 24, 2015
CENEX gravity box: 200 bushel
with Minnesota running gears.
ALSO: SC CASE tractor. Call 218465-4374.
1t31p
1979 CHEVY TANDEM TRUCK:
New roll tarp, excellent condition.
Call 218-689-4756.
F2t31p
What We Do
Attention Horsemen! Central Livestock West Fargo, North Dakota
Yearling Purebred Black Salers
Bulls ♦ Performance tested ♦
Semen tested ♦ Will hold until needed ♦ Oakhill Stock Farms ♦ 218253-2743
or
218-253-4139
FP4t35p
Carlson Prairie
• SALES
& SERVICE • SKI-DOO
SNOWMOBILES 1207 N. Duluth
Thief River Falls
681-3346
Livestock
RADNIECKI’S
CLEANING & PAINTING
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SPRING WHEAT FOR SALE
2015 Wheat Varieties
Sy Ingmar
Top Choice for Economic Return
Very High Protein and High Yield
Sy Soren
AgriPro’s Highest Return per Acre
Sy Rowyn
All Around Performer
Jenna
The Yielder with Protein
To find out more, call:
Jim Kukowski
Strathcona, MN
218-781-2478 or 218-689-3663
We have other varieties for sale:
Reg. and Certified: RB07;
Rollag; Albany; Forefront;
Linkert; Prosper; Elgin; Faller;
Nutech Soybean, Corn
& Sunflower
Plant variety protection granted
or applied for AgriPro varieties.
Unauthorized propegation
prohibitied.
Track Tractors
Hay Equipment
Harvest Equipment
(T) JD 8310RT, 16” tracks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $222,500
(M) JD 8335RT, 16” tracks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $210,000
(W) JD 8360RT, wide 16” tracks. . . . . . . . . . . . . $235,000
(M) JD 8230T, 16” tracks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $116,000
(T) JD 8520T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(2) From $102,500
(W) JD 8410T, 16” tracks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $71,500
(WT) JD 8400T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(2) From $69,500
(W) JD 8300T, 16” tracks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $68,500
(WM) JD 9560RT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(2) From $320,000
(W) JD 9510RT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $305,000
(B) JD 9520T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $139,500
(TW) JD 9400T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(3) From $90,000
(W) JD 9300T, 6486 hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $85,000
(W) Cat 45, new 16” tracks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $52,500
(MT) JD 568 baler. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(3) From $23,900
(TM) JD 567 baler. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(4) From $13,900
(B) Vermeer 605 baler. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(2) From $16,900
(M) CIH 8460 baler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,500
(T) JD 535 baler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Coming In
(M) JD 357, baler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,700
(TM) JD 735, mower conditioner . . . . . .(2) From $16,500
(M) JD 930, mower conditioner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8,950
(B) JD 935 & 936 mow conditioner . . . . . . From $12,900
(M) NH 1431, disc bine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $17,500
(W) JD S680, PRWD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(3) From $320,000
(WMT) JD 9870 STS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(6) From $195,000
(T) JD 9860 STS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $137,500
(W) JD 9760 STS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(3) From $125,000
(T) JD 9750 STS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $75,000
(M) JD 9660 STS, duals, PRWD . . . . . . . . . . . . . $132,500
(M) JD 9670 STS, duals, PRWD . . . . . . . . . . . . . $185,000
(T) JD 9610, PRWD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $59,500
(T) JD 9510. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $71,000
(T) JD 9600. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $16,500
(WMT) JD 635F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Several From $5,950
Row Crop Tractors
(M) JD 7200R, MFWD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $149,000
(W) JD 7215R, MFWD, IVT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $159,000
(W) JD 8260R, IVT, 380/54 duals . . . . . . . . . . . . $165,000
(W) JD 8310R, ILS, IVT, frt dls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $225,000
(W) JD 8345R, ILS, IVT, frt dls 380/54 . . . . . . . . $225,000
(M) JD 8330, ILS, IVT, MFWD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $155,000
(W) JD 8100, MFWD, 14.9x46 duals . . . . . . . . Coming In
(W) JD 6210R, MFWD, IVT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $162,000
(T) JD 6125R, MFWD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $93,750
(T) JD 7420, MFWD, w/loader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $71,500
(W) JD 7520, MFWD, w/loader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $81,500
(M) JD 6430, w/H340 loader. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $82,500
(T) JD 6420, MFWD, w/loader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $53,850
(M) JD 4240, w/loader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $26,500
(M) NH T6050, MFWD, w/loader, grapple . . . . . Coming In
(W) AC 7045, 18.4x38, 20 spd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $12,900
(T) NH 9030, bi directional . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Coming In
Tillage
(W) JD 2410, c/plow, 43’, 51’, 57’ . . . . . . . From $37,500
(W) JD 680, chisel plow, 41’. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $21,900
(W) JD 650, disk, 30’ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $19,500
(W) Summers 32’, 34’, chisel plow. . . . . . . From $32,000
(T) Summers 36’ & 40’ disk chisel . . . . . . . From $39,500
(W) DMI 730B, 18’, 7 shank ripper . . . . . . . . . . . . $18,000
(M) CIH PTX300, 34’ chisel plow . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20,000
(T) CIH PTX600, 49’, chisel plow . . . . . . . . . . . . . $37,000
(M) JD 2200, cultivator, 55’ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $35,000
(W) JD 2210, cultivator, 54.5’, 58.5’ . . . . . . From $49,000
(WT) JD 980 cultivator, 27’ & 44.5’. . . . . . . . From 14,500
(W) Summers Super Coulter, 40’, 50’ . . (3) From $39,500
(WT) Summers 72’ & 84’ Super Harrow+. . From $23,900
(W) JD 2623 UT, like new . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $88,000
(W) CIH 46’ bar packer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10,000
(W) Flexicoil 30’, S-tine, harrow coil . . . . . . . . . . . . $8,000
(T) Flexicoil 50’ S-tine, harrow coil . . . . . . . . . . . . $14,500
(M) Summers 56’ coil packer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $17,500
Planters & Seeding
(W) JD 1770, planter, CCS, 16R30 . . . . . . . . . . . . $75,900
(M) DB88 planter, 48R22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $125,000
(WM) JD planter, 24R22 . . . . . . . . . . . . .(2) From $45,000
(W) JD 7300 planter, 12R22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $13,900
(W) Mono Sem, 24R22. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $28,500
(WT) JD 1820, 1910 cart, 35’ & 45’ . . . .(2) From $51,900
(M) JD 730, 44’, 1900 cart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $31,900
(T) CIH 8600 disk drill. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10,000
(W) Alloway RD267, 12R22”, ‘14, defoliator. . . . . $53,500
(W) Alloway RD180, 8R22”, ‘14, defoliator. . . . . . $42,500
(W) Alloway RD267, 12R22”, ‘13, defoliator. . . . . $44,500
(W) Alloway RD267, 12R22”, ‘12, defoliator. . . . . $26,500
4WD Tractors
(W) JD 9300, 710 duals, 24 speed . . . . . . . . . . . . $79,000
(W) JD 9400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(2) From $78,500
(W) JD 9520 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $146,000
(T) JD 9630. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $179,000
(T) JD 9200, 24 spd, 20.8x42 dls . . . . . . . . . . . . . $85,000
(T) JD 8970, 20.8x42 triples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $72,500
(W) JD 8870, 12 spd, 710/38 tires . . . . . . . . . . . . $53,500
(M) JD 8760, 20.8x38 duals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $39,500
Warren, MN
Thief River Falls, MN
Mahnomen, MN
Baudette, MN
(218) 745-4516
(218) 681-1131
(218) 935-2241
(218) 634-2231
www.evergreenimplement.com
THE CLASSIFIEDS
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JD’s
Lawn Service, LLC.
Irrigation
•
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Mowing
New Install
Spring Start-Up
Summer Maintenance
Fall Blow-Out
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•
Residential
Commercial
Small Field
Tall Grass
Lawn & Garden
YARD WORK? Need your yard
cleaned, mowed or garden weeded? Give us a call: 218-684-1683.
FP4t37p
Free Estimates!!
• Landscaping • Paving stone patios-Driveways
• Retaining Walls • Flower Gardens • Decorative Rock
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218-688-0298
Stump Grinding
Jeff Franson - Owner/Operator
Thief River Falls
Auctions
SAFEKEY STORAGE: Large auction Saturday, April 25th @ noon.
3t33p
Own
the
Road
with a vehicle from DAHLSTROM MOTORS
Cell: 218-686-0991 • Home: 218-681-4045
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Daycare
WILL HAVE OPENINGS starting
May 20th. Age groups available: 511 years, 4 spots; 1-4 years, 3 spots.
NO INFANT spots available. Contact
Trista Ryba: 218-689-6487, leave a
message.
2P8t37p
LICENSED in-home daycare, Red
Lake Falls: Openings for children
ages 2 and up. I have a college
degree in Early Childhood. If interested, please call Holly @ 218-2896712.
P4t31/1t32p
(2) DAYCARE OPENINGS: 1 year
of age or older. Please call for more
information: 218-681-2307. P4t33p
NORTH PINE SERVICES
STUMPGRINDING (Won’t rut your yard!) TREE SERVICE (Removal, entire
or partial tree trimming, bucket truck service, 14” tree shear, storm service)
CUSTOM BRUSH MOWING (Wet areas, ditches, trails, overgrown CRP,
fence lines) DIRT WORK (Yard leveling, drainage, light backhoe work,
trenching, post hole digging) Free estimates… commercial, residential
and farm. No job too big or too small, call 218-684-4910.
AUCTION
Sale
SALE TIME
LOCATION:
12:00
P.M.
LUNCH SERVED
‘11 Chevy Cruze LT
with “RS” Styling Package, Heated
Leather Seating and Sunroof and
Only 25,000 Miles on This Gorgeous
Black 4-Dr.
From Warren, MN: 3 miles west on
Hwy. #1, 2 miles south, 1/2 mile west
SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 2015
$16,400
#61295
’10 Toyota Camry LE
with cloth Seating and Just 58,500
Miles On This Sterling Silver 4-Dr.
TRACTOR – VEHICLES
CAMPER
$15,800
#61338
’12 Chevy Traverse LTZ
with Heated Leather Seating, Center Row Buckets, Rear DVD Player
And More On This Local OneOwner Trade
$26,800
#11586
218-695-2721 • 1-800-446-OSLO • Oslo, MN
Email: [email protected]
www.dahlstrommotors.com
2015 FORD FUSION SE FWD
Save!!
4,400
2014 F-150 4X4 SUPER CAB
Save Over
$
10,000!
or $1,500
+60%O.A.C.
000
or $10 mos
6
+0% .A.C.
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C15091
2015 Ford Fusion SE FWD 1.5L EcoBoost Engine, 6 Spd Auto Trans,
Keyless Entry Keypad, 10-Way Pwr Driver & 6 Way Pwr Pass Seats,
A/C Climate Control, Tilt Steering Whl/Cruise & Audio Controls,
AM/FM Single CD/MP3, 6 Spkr, Pwr Locks and Windows, Rear
Window Defroster, Remote Keyless Entry, Rear View Camera, Reverse
Sensing System
MSRP ..................................................................................$27,350
Ford Sync & Sound Discount.................................................-490
Ford Retail Cash ..................................................................-1,500
Ford Credit Bonus Cash......................................................-1,000
Ford Special Retail Cash ........................................................-500
Thief River Ford Discount .....................................................-910
YOUR PRICE $22,950
EXTENDED
SALES HOURS
Mon - Thurs............8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Friday......................8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday .................8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
T14269
2014 F-150 4X4 Super Cab 3.5L EcoBoost V6 Engine, Elec 6-Spd
Auto w/Tow Mode, Tuxedo Black Metallic, Steel Gray Interior, Pwr
Locks, Mirrors, Windows, XLT Series, Pwr Driver Seat, Pwr Adj
Pedals, XLT Plus Pkg, XLT Chrome Pkg, Rear View Camera, Tailgate
Step
• 1949 Case DC wide front, w/
Johnson Work Horse loader
• 2002 Buick Century Custom,
3100 V6, 188K miles
• 1992 Chevrolet S10 ext cab,
4.3L V6, 155K miles
• 1969 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight,
455 Rocket V8, 2 dr
• 1983 Rockwood popup camper
• Pickup toolbox
GUNS
• W. Richards 12ga double-barrel
• Richards 12ga double-barrel
• Parker 12ga double-barrel
• Champion 12ga single shot
• Winchester model 40 12ga
• Springfield 20ga single shot
• Remington 22 long/short
single shot
• Marlin model 65 22 LR
• BB gun, pump
FARM EQUIPMENT –
LAWN & GARDEN
• (2) 3000 bushel grain bins
(to be moved)
• John Deere 307 Gyramor
3pt mower
• John Deere RWA 14ft disc
• Vintage John Deere 7NT wagon
• Massey Ferguson model 74 3pt
4 bottom plow
• 8ft 3pt cultivator
• 8ft 3pt blade
• Fuel tanks w/stands
• John Deere 300 48in riding
lawn mower
T15039A, 5.3 Ltr, LT, Cloth, 41k ...........................$25,999
‘06 Ford F-150 Super Crew 4x4
T14267B King Ranch, Htd Leather ............$14,999
T15079A 4 Cyl, Htd Leather, Moonroof, 22k ......$18,999
B1044, V6, Cloth, 44k .............................................$21,999
‘08 Chev Silverado Crew 4x4
T14238A LTZ, Leather, Z71..............................$21,999
John Kleven
EXTENDED
SALES HOURS
Mon - Thurs............8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Friday......................8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday .................8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
— NH #855 Round Baler w/Auto Wrap
S#848361, “Shedded”
— NH Round Baler S#535266 “Shedded”
— 10 Wheel Pull-Type Double Rake
— Farmhand 6-Wheel Hay Rake
— 3-pt. Bale Movers
— JD PTO Manure Spreader
— Pull-Type Sickle Mower
— Head Gate, (2) Bale Rings
— (2) Small Crepe Feeders
— T-Posts & Treated Posts
— Cattle Panels & Gates
— Hyd. Post Driver
— (2) BaleTrailers on Truck Frames
‘12 Ford F-150 Super Cab 4x4
T1422A XLT, Chrome Pkg, 3.5 Eco, 49k...$27,999
‘13 Ford Edge SEL AWD
B1046 Leather Seats, 20” Wheels, 18k............$31,999
T15070A 3.5 Eco, Heated Leather, 48k......$32,499
‘14 Ford Edge SEL AWD
’13 Ford Explorer XLT AWD
B1047 Moonroof, Heated Leather, 27k .................$35,999
‘13 Ford F-150 Super Crew Lariat 4x4
T15101A 3.5 Eco, Heated Leather, 35k ...........$36,999
Thief River
Terry Yanish
Steve Lillestol
Jeremy Lian
Joseph Werman
(800) 295-3673
(218) 681-2660
802 Highway 1 West
Thief River Falls
www.thiefriverfordinc.com
JASON ROMINSKI,
26947 390th St. NW
STRANDQUIST, MN 56758
PHONE 218-478-3030
LIVESTOCK & HAYING EQUIPMENT
T15095A 4x4, Leather, 80k .........................$25,999
T14285A Htd Leather, Rr Camera, “10” miles ...$33,799
‘’12 Ford Escape XLT
MN LIC. #45-14
ND LIC. #922
— ’11 J.D. #5085-M MFWD, CAH, 3-pt.,
2-Hyd., w/JD #563 Loader “Like New”,
16-spd. Power Reverser w/only
610 hrs., “Exc.” S#M8J346462
— Allied Loader Mt. Bale Fork & Manure
Bucket for JD #563 Loader
— JD #4430 CAH, 3-pt., 2-Hyd., Quad Trans.,
18.4-38” Tires, 6985 hrs.
— JD #4010 Dsl. Open Station, 3-pt.,
2 Hyd., 18.4-34” Tires, Shows 5526 hrs.
— AC #D17 Gas, Open Station, 3-pt., & Hyd.
w/Farmhand Loader
— ’37 AC #WS Tractor, “Restored”
‘11 Ford F-150 4x4 Crew
T14219B Moonroof, Nav, HTD Cloth, 21k............$18,999
‘12 Ford Fusion SEL 4 Dr
AUCTIONEERS
TRACTORS
’10 GMC Sierra 1500 Crew Cab 4x4
‘11 Ford Super Crew Lariat 4x4
T15083A 4 Cyl, Cloth, 14k.................................$17,499
• For Pictures & Sale Bill Go to:
www.jrauctioneers.com
AUCTIONEERS/CLERK
SALE ORDER: 10:00 A.M. FARM MISC. & COLLECTIBLES
MAJOR EQUIPMENT STARTING AT APPROX. 11:30 A.M.
B1037 4D, Htd Leather, Moonroof, V6, 31k .........$24,999
‘10 Toyota Venza Wagon FWD
‘14 Kia Soul Wagon
• MANY MORE ITEMS TOO
NUMEROUS TO MENTION!!!
LOCATION: From the North End of Lancaster, MN: 11.25 Miles East Then North
on Kittson County #4, Then 1/2 Mile North on County #51
802 Highway 1 West
Thief River Falls
T14286A Heated Leather, 4.6 Ltr, 112k.............$8,499
C15049B 4 Cyl., 6 speed, 58k ...........................$12,999
• Arctic Cat AC3000GD2 generator
• 20th Century heavy duty
295 amp welder
• Black & Decker Mouse sander
• Sears 2hp 150psi air compressor
• Sears radial arm saw
• Mac Tools bench vise
• Mac Tools rolling tool cabinet
SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 2015 • 10:00 A.M.
(800) 295-3673
(218) 681-2660
’12 Ford Escape Limited
C15076A 4 Cloth Seat, 4 Cyl., 198k ..................$8,999
• Mac Tools creeper
• Craftsman jigsaw
• Craftsman angle grinder
• Chicago 3/4hp 8in bench grinder
• Craft Tools 12in metal cutoff saw
• Century 60amp battery
charger/booster
• Packard heavy duty drill press
• Stratton Hydro Crane model 5-TH
• 80 gallon fuel tank w/hand pump
• Several hand tools, air tools
• Socket sets, air tank
• Generator power cord
• Shop vac, log chains
• Several bolt bins
• Hyrdaulic jacks, metal press
• Ram 1/2" drill
• Knipco heater
• Aluminum extension ladder
• Oak side-by-side secretary
• Oak parlor table
• Oak desk, oak file cabinet
• Leather fainting couch
• Large armoire closet
• Brunswick model RO-291624
phonograph
• Columbia Grafonola Type H-2
phonograph
• Edison cylinder phonograph in case
• Sewing machine cabinet
• Dining table & chairs, Park Bench
• Coke pop machine
• Sylvania record player/radio cabinet
• Watt Oslo, MN advertising
creamer & bowl
• Massey Harris "Harvest Brigade"
picture
• Red Wing 15 gallon crock
• Red Wing 12 gallon crock
• Red Wing 2 gallon crock
• Red Wing 5 gallon birch leaf crock
• Dietz Union driving lamp
• Clark Jewel enamel gas stove
• Immigrant trunks
• Mantel clocks, Organ stool
• Several advertising items
• Coin sets, Old toys & games
• Jadeite salt & pepper set
• Old tractor/implement manuals
• Old cookbooks, records
• Old traps, cream cans
• Old cookstoves
• Several primitive items
Tractors, Tillage, Livestock & Haying Equipment Auction
YOUR PRICE $33,990
‘04 Ford Taurus SE
’11 Ford Fusion SE 4dr
TOOLS – SHOP
• John Deere 38T lawn sweeper
• John Deere 33 rear tine tiller
• John Deere 21in push mower
• John Deere utility trailer
• Honda 110 3-wheeler
• Turf Til 5hp front tine tiller
• Echo SRM-2100 grass trimmer
• Echo SRM-200BE grass trimmer
TOOLS – SHOP
NOT RESPONSIBLE
FOR ACCIDENTS
CURRENT PRE-OWNED INVENTORY!
’09 Ford Focus SE 4 Dr
LAWN & GARDEN
TERMS—CASH,
APPROVED
CHECK , U.S. FUNDS . S TATEMENTS
MADE AUCTION DAY TAKE PRECE DENCE OVER ALL ADVERTISING. ALL
ITEMS SOLD AS IS, ALL SALES FINAL.
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ERRORS OR
OMISSIONS IN AUCTION LISTING.
NOTHING TO BE REMOVED UNTIL
SETTLED FOR.
www.thiefriverfordinc.com
‘07 Mercury Grand Marquis LS
REAL ESTATE
House with attached garage, 3 bedroom/1.5 baths, 26' x 42' barn,
40'x80' shop - cement floor, 2 overhead doors (10' x 10', 13' x 22'), all
on 8.8 spacious acres. For more information, terms of sale, or viewing
call 218-478-3030.
MSRP ..................................................................................$44,300
Ford 302A XLT Discount.....................................................-2,000
Ford F-150 Special Cash .....................................................-1,500
Ford Retail Cash ..................................................................-1,250
Ford Credit Bonus Cash......................................................-1,250
Ford Retail Trade Assistance ..............................................-1,500
Thief River Ford Discount ..................................................-2,810
Thief River
T15062B V6, Cloth..................................$5,999
FURNITURE –
ANTIQUES &
COLLECTIBLES
ELMER & JANET SABOL ESTATE
“Discover the Dahlstrom Difference”
$
Saturday, April 18, 2015
SHOP EQUIPMENT & LAWN & GARDEN
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Simplicity 8 h.p. 28” Snow Blower
Char Broil 4-Burner SS Gas Grill
Drill Press, Space Heater
Tool Boxes, Power & Hand Tools
Anvil, Log Chains, Jacks
TILLAGE EQUIPMENT
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Bush Hog 9’ HD Offset Disk
JD #100 16’ Chisel Plow
IH #475 21’ TandemDisk
IH #45 18’ & 21’ Cultivators w/Harrows
IH #70 6-Bottom PT Plow
Melroe 2-Rank 30’ Multiweeder
JD CC 14’ Cultivator
4-Section Diamond Harrow w/Evener
Old Breaking Plow
OTHER EQUIPMENT & MISC.
— Land Pride #RCR 1884 8’ 3-pt. Rotary
Mower,”Like New”
— 7’x16’ Tandem Axle Trailer
— Steel 5’x10’ Utility Trailer w/Ramp Gate
— Westfield 6”x36’ Auger w/Gas Engine
— JD #270 8’ 2-Stage Snow Blower
— JD 16’ Press Drill w/Fert. & Grass Seed
— Older JD 12’ Drill w/Grass Seed
— (2) Pickup Box Trailers, Feed Auger
— Dakon 250 bu. Gravity Wagon
— (2) Old End Wheel Drills
— Some Scrap Iron
COLLECTIBLES
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DeLavel Cream Separator, “Restored”
Oil Lamps & Barn Lanterns
Redwing Crocks & Bowls
Cross Cut Saws
Neck Yokes and Eveners
Sad Irons, Sheep Bells
Old Hand Tools
Horse Mower, 2-Bottom Plows
(2) Dump Rakes
(2) Old Manure Spreaders
ROBERT FARBO ESTATE
FOR INFO, PHONE ERIC FINNEY: 218-762-8151 OR
OR 218-843-1037
MN LIC. #45-01
ND LIC. #206
LUNCH SERVED • ALL SALES FINAL
TERMS: CASH.
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS
U.S. Funds. Everything is sold as is – no warranties given or implied.
Nothing to be removed until settled for. All sales final. We believe all printed
descriptions to be correct, and accurate, but we cannot be responsible for
errors or omissions in the above listing. Any statements made by owners,
clerks, or auctioneers take precedence over any and all advertising. Titles
will be mailed. Not responsible for accidents.
ALL ITEMS TO BE REMOVED
WITHIN 7 DAYS
CALL IN BIDS WELCOME
PHONE
218-437-8511
ONLINE LISTING:
CELL: 218-686-5500
MICK RAPACZ
AUCTIONEERS/CLERK
www.midwestauctions.com • www.farmauctionguide.com/rapacz
THE CLASSIFIEDS
Saturday, April 18, 2015
Vehicles/Accessories
2014 Chevy Impala LT Limited:
White, 16k miles, sunroof, XM,
OnStar, full warranty, off lease
...$16,495 • Nelson Auto • 521
Atlantic Ave • 218-689-1685 or
218-681-8890
1t31p
DEWAYNE’S
Used Cars, Trucks & Auto Parts
4 miles West of Roseau on Hwy. 11
Hours: Mon. thru Fri. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturdays 8 a.m. to 12 noon
Phone: (218) 463-3773
2008 Pontiac G6 GT: 3.5 V6, 113k
miles, auto start...$8,495 • 2006
Toyota Corolla: 4 cyl, 4-door, 43k
miles, tilt, cruise, power locks, CD
player, near-new tires. Previous one
owner...$9,500 • 2006 Mercury
Grand Marquis LS: Leather seats,
89k miles...$7,995 • 2005 Mercury
Sable Platinum Edition: 69k miles,
loaded, auto start, CD changer
...$7,495 • 2003 Chevy Ext Cab
4x4: 5.3 V8, Z-71 package, nerf
boards, tonneau cover, power seat,
Bose stereo system, box rails, 133k
miles ...$8,995 • Ron’s Auto Sales •
Hwy 59 South • 218-681-3002
1t31c
Custom Services
Concrete Coatings & Repair
• Epoxy Coatings
(colored chip & quartz)
• Decorative Concrete Overlays
Any concrete area needing a new
appearance with a seamless and
easy to maintain finish.
Contact:
Concrete Designs
218-681-8004 or 218-686-4419 (Cell)
E-mail: [email protected]
www.concretedesignsmn.com
Notices
SPRING DINNER, St. Mary’s in
Badger: April 19th, 11am-1:30pm.
Pork loin/meatball dinner. Adults $9
• Grades 1-6 $6 • Kindergarten &
Preschool free. Everyone welcome!
PENNINGTON COUNTY
HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Will hold their Annual Meeting on
meeting on Monday, April 27, 2015
at 4:00 p.m. at the Carnegie Library.
~ Avis Kennel, Co-Director
“Concrete is our business”
E-mail: [email protected]
Call us Today! We can bid your request
and have an answer within 24 hours.
Waterworths Woodshop
Call Marcus or Tim at (218) 523-3035
Viking, Minnesota
www.waterworthswoodshop.com
Custom Woodworking and Finishing,
Cabinets and Furniture.
30 Years of Experience.
GEATZ
CONSTRUCTION
Jim Geatz, owner
“YOU BEND ‘EM - WE MEND ‘EM”
GIVE US A CALL
681-3952
FREE ESTIMATES
NORTHWEST AUTO BODY
14 Chevy Impala LT
White, 14k.............$15,995
‘14 Chevy Impala
Lt Gray, 18k ..........$15,495
‘14 Ford Fusion
Black, 13k .............$17,995
‘11 Chevy Malibu
Gray, 52k................$11,795
‘10 GMC Terrain SLT AWD
Black, 94k .............$17,495
‘10 Honda Accord
Gray, 88k..................$9,795
‘06 Dodge Charger SXT
White, 52k ..............$11,495
‘05 Chevy Uplander
Maroon .....................$3,495
02’ Chrysler Concord
Silver, 175k...............$2,695
BIG JOHN’S MUFFLER
AND AUTO SALES
218-681-7292 OR 218-681-2511
Hwy. 32 N. • Thief River Falls
www.bigjohnsmuffler.com
2000 CHEVY TRUCK: 4.8 liter V8,
5-speed manual, 122k miles. Call
218-686-9566.
1t31p
ATVs/Motorcycles
2005 SUZUKI C50T Boulevard:
Lots of extras, pipes, Vance & Hines,
like new, stored inside yearly
...$4,000 firm. Call 218-469-0072.
Lost & Found
LOST set of aluminum trailer
ramps on the way to LOW. If found,
please call 218-688-3197 ~
REWARD!
1t30f/1t31p
Sporting Goods
8x12’ FISH HOUSE on wheels, 8
holes. Call 218-689-4756. 2t31p
(218) 686-9000
MIDWEST
ROOFING
You’ve put it off
for too long!
Don’t let the damage go further.
HWY. 1 & 59 WEST
(218) 681-3879
20061 Center St. E. Thief River Falls
Boats & Watercraft
OLDER 27ft SPORTCRAFT: Ready
to go! Can be seen @ 412 Atlantic
Avenue N, TRF. Call 218-681-1126.
LUND 14ft aluminum boat with
trailer and 9.9hp motor. Call 218686-5364.
P4t32p
20’ NORDIC CRESTLINER: 165 I/O
...$3,800/obo. 14’ aluminum boat
with 15hp Evinrude motor and trailer
...$1,400/obo. 25hp Evinrude
motor ...$400/obo. Call 218-6875118.
FP4t33p
1992 BAYLINER 20ft Trophy: 2014
150hp 4-stroke, 2011 15hp 4-stroke,
HD58 graph with chart plotter and
LOW
chip.
Includes
2011
Shorelander double axle trailer, bimini top and travel cover ...$32,900 or
best offer. Call 218-657-3080.
1957 PIPESTONE 16ft fiberglass
boat with original 15hp Evinrude
motor and trailer. Runs! Call 218277-0199.
1t31p
17’4” SEA KAYAK: Old Town
Millenium 174 with storage...$800.
Call 218-277-0199.
1t31p
Campers/RVs
2014 MONTANA Mountaineer fifth
wheel: 290 RLT 32ft with 3 slideouts
...$39,900. Call 218-689-4790.
F2t33p
2008 JAYCO EAGLE travel trailer
328 RLS: Excellent shape. Call 218781-2819 or 218-469-2297. F2t33p
2006 JAYCO 28ft CAMPER with
rear queen bedroom, full bath, living
room, front kitchen, lots of storage
and AC. Good condition! Call 218437-8237 before 8:00 p.m.
2000 SUNNYBROOK 27ft fifth
wheel camper with one slide:
Sleeps 6, full bathroom, kitchen with
all the comforts of home. Call 218689-5058.
1t31p
Culverts & Crossings • Laser Ditch Cleaning
Erosion Repair/Rip-Rap • Site Work
Demolition • Wildlife & Stock Ponds
Basement Excavating
Keith: 218-280-3849 or 888-285-9232
Serving Northwest Minnesota and
Northeast North Dakota
DUTCH AUCTION
Price Reduced $100 per business day till it ’s sold!
April 18 ............$11,891
April 20 ............$11,791
April 21 ............$11,691
April 22 ............$11,591
April 23 ............$11,491
April 24 ............$11,391 2009 Cadillac DTS V8, Auto, Leather, Loaded, Silver, 90k Starting at $11,891
2005 Chevy Silverado 3500 LT, 6.6l, Diesel, Auto, Crew Cab, 8ft. Box, 4x4..............Was $18,990 - Now $16,141
2006 Cadillac Escalade Ext Platinum, 6.0l V8 Auto, 4x4, Dvd, Fully Loaded......................
Now $12,990
2002 Dodge Ram 2500 SLT 5.9l Diesel, Auto,4x4, Quad Cab, 8ft. Box ................................
Now $10,990
2004 Chevy Silverado 2500HD LS, 6.0l V8 Auto, Crew Cab, P. Seat, CD............................
Now $10,990
2004 Chevy Silverado 1500 LS, 5.3l V8 Auto, 4x4, Ext. Cab, 8ft. Box, 109k........................
Now $10,990
2010 Toyota Camry SE 4 Cyl, Auto, Cd, Pwr Seat......................................................Was $11,990 - Now $10,191
2007 Chrysler Pacifica Touring, 4.0l V6 Auto, AWD, Leather, Loaded, 115k ......................
Now $7,990
2003 Chevy Avalanche 5.3l V8 Auto, Crew, 4x4, CD, Autostart ...........................................
Now $7,216
2005 Cadillac CTS, 3.6l V6 Auto, 4dr. Leather, Fully Loaded, 121k .....................................
Now $6,990
2001 Gmc Yukon XL 2500 8.1l, V8 Auto, 4x4, Leather ...............................................Was $6,990 - Now $5,941
1999 Ford F-450 7.3 Diesel Auto W/12 Ft Enclosed Box w/Roll-Up Door....................Was $5,990 - Now $5,091
1996 F-250 XLT, 7.3l Diesel, Ext. Cab, Auto, 4x4, 8ft. Box, Dually ..............................Was $5,990 - Now $5,091
2002 Buick Park Ave 3.8l, V6, Auto, 4-Dr., Leather, A/C, 146k...................................Was $4,490 - Now $3,816
(218) 681-3960 • www.mcmullensales.com
THIEF RIVER FALLS
Northern Motors is Celebrating 50 Years with Chevrolet in 2015!
Stop by and check out these AMAZING deals today!
2015 CRUZE 1LT
Repairs, Replacement & More
(Lic #20574515)
“Buy the Best for Less”
2015 MOTOR TREND TRUCK OF THE YEAR
ALL NEW CHEVY COLORADO
We’ll help you choose that
new look to your home
Licensed & Bonded
40 years experience • Free estimates
50 YEARS
& PROFESSIONAL AUTO DETAILING (CLEANING)
Overhead Door Repair & Installation
Windows, Siding, Remodeling, Additions
New Construction ~ Commercial or Residential
License#
BC-20470478
& Insured
Portable
Service
Available
“WE’RE EQUIPPED TO
REPAIR ANYTHING FROM
FRAMES TO WINDSHIELDS”
NEXT TO FLEET SUPPLY
Service, Repair and Installation of All Brands
A $200 reward is being offered for
information leading to the arrest and
conviction of the individual or individuals responsible for stealing 2
electric heaters from the Warren
Sno-Cat Riders/Marshall County
Drift Skippers warming shelter
northeast of Old Mill State Park.
Please contact Tim Loe: 218-6865870 or Todd Swenson: 218-8748555.
17769 132nd Ave. NE, Thief River Falls
7/10 of a mile west of Peterson Lumber on 13th St. N. - Formerly Wennbergs
17279 US Highway 59 NE
Thief River Falls, MN 56701
• Overhead Doors • Electric Openers
• Commercial • Residential • Sales • Service • Installation
• Weather Stripping • Door Adjustment
Notices
218-830-0934 or 218-681-2912
Robert Audette, Owner
North Star Door & Supply, LLC
« « « $200 REWARD » » »
I.L.S. Welding,
Fabricating & Repair
NOW
OPEN!
H & S Construction
of TRF, Inc.
Phone: 218-681-5503
Mobile 218-686-9308
Page 17 - Northern Watch
Stock #10255
15% off
$23,47000
MSRP
Discount $3,97100
$19,499
2015 MALIBU 2LT
$
299 /month*
Black Granite Metallic, 1.4L Ecotec VVT, DOHC 4 Cycl
Eng, Tech Pkg, Color Touch Radio W/ 7” Screen CD/MP3
Player, Aux, Input and USB Port, Mylink, Rear Vision
Camera System, Driver Convenience Pkg, Pwr Seat Adj
Driver, Remote Vehicle Start, Visors, Driver/Frt Passenger w/ Illuminated Vanity Mirrors, Inside Rearview
Mirror, Auto Dimming, Pwtr Outside Mirrors, Sun And
Sound Pkg, Pwr Sunroof, Premium Audio System
*O.A.C. Tax, title, license, dealer fee’s extra. 72 month term
$30,01500
MSRP
Discount $5,01600
$24,999
Stock #10305
$
375 /month*
Iridescent Pearl Tricoat, Cocoa Fashion Trim, Eng Block
Heater, Ecotec 2.5L DOHC, 4 Cyl w/ Auto Stop/Start, 6 Spd
Auto Trans, Leather Pkg, Seat Trim, Leather Appointed,
Driver & Front Passenger Htd Seats, Electronics &
Entertainment Pkg Includes: Convenience Net Trunk,
Moldings, Body Color Bodyside, Inside Rearview Mirror,
Auto Dimming, Pwr Outlet 120 Volt, Univ Home Remote,
Audio Sys Premium, Rear Vision Camera
2015 ENCORE AWD
BUICK
IVE
SIGN & DR
LEASES
2015 EQUINOX FWD 1LT
$27,74500
MSRP
Discount $4,24600
$23,499
Stock #10245
$
349 /month*
Summit White, Jet Black, Engine Block Heater, 2.4L
DOHC 4 Cyclinder w/ VVT, 6 Speed Automatic
Transmission, Driver Convenience Package,
Power Seat Adjust-Driver, 8-Way Remote
Vehicle Start
*O.A.C. Tax, title, license, dealer fee’s extra.
72 month term
*O.A.C. Tax, title, license, dealer fee’s extra. 72 month term
2015 LACROSSE 1SL
Stock #40115
315 /month*
$
Leather Groups, Ruby Red Metallic, Ebony, Oil Pan Heater, Engine
Ecotec Turbo 1.4L VVT, DOHC 4 Cylinder, 6 Speed Automatic
Transmission, Audio System with Navigation AM/FM/SiriusXM Stereo
w/ Intellilink with 7” Diagonal Screen, USB Port
*O.A.C. 10,000 miles per year. Nothing due at signing!
BUICK
E
SIGN & DRIV
LEASES
Stock #40035
399 /month*
$
Leather, White Frost Tricoat, Light Neutral/Cocoa Accents,
Engine Block Heater, 3.6L, SIDI V6, Replacing Standard Engine,
Fascia Integrated Exhaust Tips, 18” Sterling Painted Alumuinum
Wheels, 6 Speed Automatic Transmission
*O.A.C. 10,000 miles per year. Nothing due at signing!
PRE-OWNED TRUCKS
2013 Chevy Ext Cab LTZ
Silver, 31k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 28,900
2012 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad
Red, 14k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 29,900
2012 Chevy Crew Cab LT
White Diamond, 53k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 27,900
2012 Chevy Crew Cab LT
Black, 62k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,900
2012 Chevy Ext Cab LT
White, 79k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 22,900
2009 Chevy Ext Cab LTZ
Pewter, 77k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 21,900
2008 EXT CAB LTZ
Red, 131k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 17,500
2005 Chevy 2500 HD Duramax Ext Cab
Red, 169k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 15,900
2003 Chevy Crew Cab 1500 HD
Black, 151k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 14,900
2003 Chevy Ext Cab LS
White, 201k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 5,900
2014 Chevy Impala LT
Black, 16k .................................. . . . . . . $ 21,900
2014 Chevy Impala LT Limited
Silver, 10k .................................. . . . . . . $ 17,900
2014 Chevy Malibu 2LT
White, 23k ................................. . . . . . . $ 17,900
2014 Chevy Malibu 2LT
Gold, 18k ................................... . . . . . . $ 17,900
2013 Cadillac CTS AWD
White Diamond, 72k ..................... . . . . . $ 20,900
2 0 1 2 C h e v y I m p a l a LT
White, 82k ....................................$10,900
2011 Buick LaCrosse CXL AWD
White Diamond, 65k ..................... . . . . . $ 19,500
2008 Chevy Impala LT
Maroon, 99k ................................ . . . . . . . $ 9,500
2009 Chevy Impala LT Pck
Red, 105k .................................. . . . . . . $ 10,500
2008 Pontiac Grand Prix
White, 142k ....................................$7,500
2006 Buick LaCerne CXL
White Diamond, 149k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 7,900
2006 Pontiac G-6
Red . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 4,900
2005 Cadillac Deville
Gray, 96k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 7,500
2005 Kia Spectra
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Saturday, April 18, 2015
UND String Quartet to perform Sunday at Trinity Church
Trinity Lutheran Church
in Thief River Falls will
host a concert by four
University of North Dakota
scholarship
winners
Sunday, April 19 at 3 p.m.
The church is located at the
intersection
of
Fourth
Street and Horace Avenue.
A reception will follow this
concert provided as part of
the Trinity Concert Series.
The UND String Quartet
will perform the lively fourmovement
“Quartet
Number 19 in C Major, K.
465,” by W.A. Mozart (17561791), as well as six selections from Fourteen Pieces
on Themes of Armenian
Folk Songs (Recorded by
Komitas) by S. Aslamazyan.
The audience will be taken
on a musical journey
through six individual
movements titled Dear
Shoger, The Red Shawl,
Echmiadzin Dance, Clouds,
Festive Song and Song of
the Little Partridge.
The UND String Quartet
is composed of three individuals from South America
and one from North
America.
Carlos Breña, from Lima,
Peru, plays violin and is a
first-year graduate student
under the guidance of Dr.
Alejandro Drago. He holds a
bachelor’s degree and licentiate of music, majoring in
violin performance, from
the National Conservatory
of Music in Lima. He took
first place in the Interschool
Contest of Musical Audition
in 2003 as well as at a
National Concert Contest
devoted to Mozart in 2006.
He performed in France in
2009 at the Baroque Music
Festival
directed
by
“Chemins du Baroque.”
That same year, he traveled
to Spain and Portugal with
the Iberian American Youth
Symphonic Orchestra conducted
by
Gustavo
Dudamel. He also guest conducted
the
Youth
Symphonic Orchestra in
2010.
Vinicius Sant'Ana, from
Sao Paulo, Brazil, plays violin and is a junior majoring
in music performance at
UND. He began his musical
studies at the Grupo Pão de
Açúcar Music Institute in
Brazil, where he soon
became concertmaster of
the
Pão
de
Açúcar
Orchestra. During his time
as
concertmaster,
the
orchestra performed in the
United States, Argentina
and Italy. In 2008, he started his college education at
the Pensacola Christian
College in Florida, studying
violin with Alberto Jaffe.
Sant'Ana has been a member of the UND String
Quartet since 2012. In 2013,
he won first prize at both
the Grand Forks and
Bismarck Symphony Youth
Solo Competitions, playing
the Sibelius Violin Concerto
and
Lalo
Symphonie
Espagnole.
Lihue Czackis, the quar-
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tet’s violist, was born in
Venezuela and raised in
Argentina, where he began
violin lessons at the tender
age of six. Czackis excelled
and studied with noted violin instructors Luis Sava
and Luis Korsos, who introduced him to the viola. At
age 14, he studied with
Professor Korsos as a student at the Juan Pedro
Esnaola Music School in
Buenos Aires, Argentina,
and later worked with
Kristine Bara of the Buenos
Aires
Philharmonic
Orchestra. Czackis has participated in several youth
orchestras in Buenos Aires,
among them the National
Radio Youth Symphony and
the
Youth
Academic
Orchestra. He also performed in the Uninorte
Symphony Orchestra in
Asuncion, Paraguay as a
guest violist. Lihue is a
recipient of the Peterson
UND
String
Quartet
Scholarship since 2010.
Kara Hartten, from
Redding, Conn., began her
musical studies at the age of
5 in her hometown. She performed in master classes
with renowned cellists such
as
Yo-Yo
Ma,
Matt
Haimovitz,
Nicholas
Photinos, Anna Clift and
Laszlo Varga. Hartten completed both a Bachelor of
Music Performance and a
Bachelor of Arts in French
at DePauw University, continuing her musical and cultural studies in France
while pursuing a French
course at the Université
Inter-Âges of Versaille.
Hartten studied cello with
Natalie Jacquet at the
Conservatoire d’Evry outside of Paris. Currently,
Hartten is pursuing a
Master of Music degree in
Cello Performance under
Dr. Simona Barbu at UND.
In May of 2014, Hartten
performed with UND’s Red
River Trio in a tour of China
and Japan. In addition to
working as the graduate
teaching assistant in cello,
orchestra and string quartet
at UND, she performs with
the Greater Grand Forks
Symphony and BismarckMandan
Symphony
Orchestras, as well as
works with local music programs and teaches private
lessons.
Cluster 21
Spring
Gathering
to be held
The Spring Gathering of
the Cluster 2 Women of the
ELCA will be held Saturday,
April 18 at Grace Lutheran
Church, 114 S. Main Ave.,
Grygla. Area women are
welcome to attend.
Registration and morning coffee will be held from
8:30 to 9 a.m. A program
will follow. A luncheon will
be held at 11:30 a.m.
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