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1947 drowning

victims to be
honored
Warren - At 10 a.m.
on Saturday, July 26, at
the entrance to the
Warren-Alvarado-Oslo
High School gymnasi-
um, two benches and a
planter will be present-
ed to WAO School in
memory of three young
Warren men who lost
their lives in June 1947.
The items will be
given in memory of
Bruce Fulks, L. Deane
Fulks and Donald
Novak. They were on an
FFA charter near Morris
Point, Lake of the
Woods, when tragedy
struck. In a boat to go
fishing, they left the
Oggren Resort about an
hour before the remain-
ing nine in the group.
Though there were
no witnesses, it has been
said that there was a
great deal of driftwood
floating in the lake due
to a terrible storm. It is
suspected that their ves-
sel struck a large piece
of driftwood, which
caused one of the men to
fall overboard. Recovery
attempts led the boat to
capsize.
All three lost their
lives and were eventual-
ly recovered. Bruce
Fulks, 27, was an agri-
culture teacher at
Warren High School.
His 19-year-old brother,
Deane, was a family
farmer in Warren.
Donald Novak, 17, was a
student who lived in
Angus. - Warren Sheaf,
July 16, 2014, by
Hannah Gornowicz
LaCoursiere
engaged in
research
Crookston - In a
quiet corner of the lab at
the U of M Crookston,
senior Emmett
LaCoursiere sits
engrossed in chemical
c o m p u t a t i o n .
LaCoursiere finds the
work both engaging and
beneficial.
The animal science
major from Red Lake
Falls is working with
Assistant Professor Tim
Dudley modeling small
molecules that mimic
biological behavior. For
LaCoursiere, the
research has implica-
tions in the field of ani-
mal science as it relates
to pharmaceutical use in
the medical treatment of
animals.
Benzimidazole is the
name of the chemical
LaCoursiere and fellow
student Michael
Laurich are investigat-
ing. With Dudley guid-
ing, the two are respon-
sible for all of the calcu-
lations, and using both
math and physics, the
team attempts to predict
chemical behaviors
when the molecule is
altered. - Red Lake
Falls Gazette, July 16,
2014
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Bees are buzzin
Council says
complaint
unfounded
by April Scheinoha
Reporter
After a closed meeting
Tuesday night, the Thief
River Falls City Council
upheld the findings related
to a complaint against Police
Chief Kim Murphy.
The council voted 5 to 1 to
uphold City Administrator
Larry Kruses findings and
the Ad Hoc Labor
Committees findings.
Council Member Rachel
Prudhomme voted in opposi-
tion. Council Member Glen
Kajewski abstained. Council
Member Jerald Brown was
absent from the meeting.
After the meeting,
Prudhomme declined to
comment. Council Member
Glen Kajewski said
Wednesday that he consid-
ers Murphy to be a friend.
Murphys attorney, Ken
Kohler, said he couldnt com-
ment on the outcome.
In May, it came to light
that many members of the
Thief River Falls Police
Department issued a vote of
no confidence in Murphys
abilities as police chief. That
vote was delivered in
January and came to light
after an interview by Mayor
Jim Dagg on the radio pro-
gram River Currents.
Murphy announced his
retirement Feb. 18 and is
scheduled to retire Oct. 3.
The Parks and
Recreation/Public Safety
Committee is scheduled to
meet Monday, July 21 with
its consultant regarding the
hiring process.
In separate earlier inter-
views, Dagg and Kruse told
the Northern Watch that the
matter is a personnel matter
and is confidential. Kruse
referred to the vote as a com-
plaint, saying that his office
researched the complaint
and found the allegations
were unsubstantiated. The
Ad Hoc Labor Committee
arrived at the same conclu-
sion. The council resolution
upholds those decisions,
which had been appealed to
the council by someone other
than Murphy. This marked
the end of the appeals
process.
The resolution came an
hour and 40 minutes after
the council closed its
Beekeeper Gary Lane helped a swarm of bees migrate into a beehive box outside of Aric
and Crista Attigs home in Thief River Falls. A swarm of bees congregated onto the Attigs
mailbox Thursday, July 17 and later moved onto the lawn. Police were dispatched to the
scene. Dispatch also called Lane to remove the bees. Lane said a worker bee typically finds
a suitable location. Other bees follow. They like to hang onto objects. Lane expected to
remove the box after dark since he didnt know the location of the queen.
Century Farm to be
honored on Sunday
Outstanding
Seniors honored
by April Scheinoha
Reporter
by Scott DCamp
Reporter
The Olson farm in
Hickory Township will offi-
cially be recognized as a
Century Farm this weekend
at the Pennington County
Fair. A ceremony has been
scheduled for 1 p.m. at the
Bus Garage following the
Fashion Review and 4-H
Awards Program on Sunday,
July 20.
John Olson was born in
Norway in 1869. He came to
the United States with his
wife Gunvor (Tveitbakk) and
son Ole in 1892, and settled
near Fisher. The Olson fami-
ly moved to Garnes
Township, Red Lake County,
in 1901 because the area
near Fisher wasnt wet
enough for trapping. In
1904, they moved again ...
this time to Section 7 in
Hickory Township, Red Lake
County, where they home-
steaded.
John and Gunvor had 10
children, Ole, Halvor, Tom,
Annie, Arne, Henry, Ben,
Johnnie, Emma and Olaf.
Both of John and Gunvors
daughters and two sons, Ben
and Arne, married and left
the family farm. The
remaining six brothers
stayed on the farm and
Olson Bros. Farm was the
farms name for many years.
The six Olsons farmed
alongside their father until
his death in 1940. Gunvor
died in 1954.
Over the years, the family
Brittany Johnson, left, and Cyrina Ostgaard were crowned Miss Thief River Falls
and Miss Riverfest, respectively, Tuesday night. Johnson is the 65th Miss Thief
River Falls and Ostgaard is the first Miss Riverfest.
Pageant winners crowned
by Scott DCamp
Reporter
It was a milestone edition
of one pageant and the first
of another. The 65th
anniversary Miss Thief
River Falls Pageant and
inaugural Miss Riverfest
Pageant were held Tuesday,
July 15 at the Lincoln High
School Auditorium.
Brittany Johnson, Thief
River Falls, was crowned the
65th Miss Thief River Falls
following Tuesday nights
scholarship pageant. In
addition to the Miss Thief
River Falls crown and sash,
Johnson will receive a
$1,000 scholarship, an
Artistry Makeup gift pack-
age, crown pin, competing
entry into the Miss
Minnesota 2015 competi-
tion, and a one-semester
tuition waiver at Northland
Community & Technical
College.
Johnsons platform is
Save a Limb, Save a Life
Vascular Disease. For the
talent competition, she per-
formed a figure skating rou-
tine while wearing roller
blades in place of traditional
ice skates. Johnson is cur-
rently attending NCTC East
Grand Forks, where she will
obtain her associates degree
in surgical technology while
also pursuing a degree as a
registered nurse. Her long-
term goal is to work in the
operating rooms of the
Childrens Hospital in
Minneapolis.
Also competing in the
Miss Thief River Falls pag-
eant were first runner-up
Ashley Jobe, Thief River
Falls, Umalee Holecek, Thief
River Falls, and Reese
Vedbraaten, Thief River
Joyce Kron, 91, has had
many once-in-a-lifetime
opportunities. Now, she can
add another one to her list.
She has been named a 2014
For many years, Dale
Svendsgaards life has been
intertwined with the
Pennington County Fair. Its
only fitting that he was
Miss TRF and Riverfest crowned
Olson farm joins select number of
farms in Pennington County
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Joyce Kron
Dale Svendsgaard
Brittany Johnson
and Cyrina
Ostgaard win
the crowns
by April Scheinoha
Reporter
A former Thief River Falls
man pled guilty Tuesday,
July 15 in Kittson County
District Court to soliciting a
sheriff s deputy posing as a
teenage girl online.
Online court documents
i n d i c a t e d
that Marty
D a l e
Johnson, 52,
Wa s k i s h ,
pled guilty
to three
f e l o n y
charges as
part of a
plea agree-
ment. Those charges are
soliciting a child/someone
believed to be a child
through electronic communi-
cation to engage in sexual
conduct, engaging in elec-
tronic communication relat-
ing or describing sexual con-
duct with a child, and dis-
tributing via electronic com-
munication material that
relates/describes sexual con-
duct to a child. Sentencing
has been set for Tuesday,
Oct. 7.
According to the com-
plaint, Johnson responded to
an ad on Craigslist placed by
a Kittson County sheriff s
deputy posing as a 15-year-
old girl named Breanna. In
part, the Aug. 5 ad read that
the girl was new to the area
and was lookin to do pretty
much anything.
Johnson allegedly
responded to the ad and
steered the conversation
toward discussions of sexual
conduct and sexual contact.
While corresponding with
him, the deputy identified
himself as a 15-year-old girl.
The graphic, sexual conver-
sations continued with
Johnson attempting to
engage in a sexual relation-
ship with the girl.
The correspondence con-
tinued through Thursday,
Jan. 30. Toward the end of
the correspondence, he told
the girl that he was sending
her a gift. The package was
sent to a post office box in
Hallock and contained items
related to sexual acts.
On Jan. 30, the deputy
and Chief Deputy Steve
Porter interviewed Johnson
outside of the Dairy Queen
in Thief River Falls.
Johnson owns the business.
The complaint indicated
that he asked to speak with
an attorney after being read
the Miranda warning. Two
search warrants were
served, including one on his
home and one on Dairy
Queen. Johnson allegedly
responded that he knew that
he did something wrong
from the beginning.
Johnson also asked to tell
his employees what was
occurring. A deputy accom-
panied him since he was
under arrest. Once inside,
Johnson spoke with the
manager. In front of the
deputy, he allegedly said he
sexually harassed a young
girl in Hallock which turned
out to be a police officer. He
also admitted to making
inappropriate sexual refer-
ences and sending her a toy.
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Former TRF man pleads guilty
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Koop, Lambrides
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Koop, a junior, is the
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Koop of Thief River Falls.
Lambrides, a senior, is the
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Robert Bob
Fleegel, 65
Marshall - Robert Bob
Fleegel, 65, died Tuesday,
July 15 at the Prairie Home
Hospice House in Marshall.
Mass of Christian Burial
will be held at 10:30 a.m. on
Saturday, Aug. 16 at Holy
Redeemer Catholic Church
in Marshall.
Visitation will be held on
Friday, Aug. 15, from 4 to 8
p.m., with a CCW Rosary at
4 p.m. and parish prayer
service at 7 p.m. at
Rehkamp-Horvath Funeral
Home in Marshall.
Visitation will continue from
8:30 to 10 a.m. Saturday,
Aug. 16 at the funeral home.
Interment will be held
Saturday, Aug. 26 at St.
Bernard Cemetery in Thief
River Falls.
Verna Sevre, 76
Thief River Falls -
Verna Sevre, 76, Thief River
Falls, died on Thursday,
July 17, 2014 at Riverview
Health, Crookston.
The funeral service to
Celebrate The Life of Verna
Sevre will be held at 10 a.m.
on Monday, July 21, 2014 at
Johnson Funeral Service in
Thief River Falls, with Rev.
Robert Dahlen officiating.
Interment will be held at
Rux Cemetery, Thief River
Falls.
Visitation will be held
from 5 to 7 p.m., with a 7
p.m. prayer service on
Sunday, July 20 at Johnson
Funeral Service in Thief
River Falls.
Mark J.
Maidment, 72
Spring Lake Park -
Mark Joseph Maidment, 72,
Spring Lake Park, died
Friday, July 11, 2014.
Memorial services were
held Thursday, July 17 at
Fort Snelling.
Irene Huglen
Strommen, 91
Minneapolis - Irene
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Sunday, June 29, 2014.
Funeral services were
held Monday, July 7 at
Bethlehem Lutheran
Church in Minneapolis.
Interment was held at
Lakewood Cemetery in
Minneapolis.
June Efta, 83
Greenbush - June
Genevieve Efta, 83, died fol-
lowing a brief illness in
Roseau, on Friday, July 4,
2014.
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was held Tuesday, June 8,
2014 at Blessed Sacrament
Catholic Church in
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Interment services were
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Police Officer Vern Wittenberg snapped this photo of a
swarm of bees, which congregated Thursday, July 17 on
the mailbox and grass outside of Aric and Crista Attigs
home in Thief River Falls. While Aric was at practice, he
received a phone call from his neighbor Orley Gunderson.
Orley left a message, stating bees were around Arics mail-
box. Aric thought there were five or six bees and expected
to spray them once he got home. Then Orley called back,
stating the swarm was growing. Police were called, and
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Saturday, July 19, 2014
Dave Hill, Editor ~ e-mail: dhill@trftimes.com
EDITORIAL OPINIONS
Editorial opinion published under this head ing is intended to stimu-
late thinking and discussion among our readers. Unless speci fied
other wise, the editorials are written by Editor Dave Hill and do not
represent opinion of other staff members. Opinions in items from
other publications may not coincide with the editors own views but
are offered for their general interest.
Turning up the heat
If weather forecasters are correct,
and well give them the benefit of a coin
toss, the heat is about to be turned
back on. When the heat gets turned on
outside, you can bet well hear about it.
Unfortunately, well hear more about
children and pets being left in vehicles,
too.
According to WebMD, there have
already been deaths of children in cars
this year. More than 500 children have
died in hot cars since 1998, according
to the nonprofit organization, Kids and
Cars.
Childrens bodies overheat more eas-
ily than adults. They absorb more heat
on a hot day and dont have the same
sweating ability as adults. That can
raise their body temperature to dan-
gerous and even fatal levels, according
to the National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration.
Dont brush off the warnings as non-
sense. It could happen to you. It hap-
pens to people who say that it couldnt
happen to them all the time.
The results of a recent survey, pub-
lished on the SafeKids.org website
stated that:
14 percent of parents have
intentionally left their children in a
parked car.
11 percent of parents admit to
forgetting their child in a car.
Nearly one in four parents of a
child younger than 3 has forgotten the
child in a car.
Dads are nearly three times
more likely than moms to leave a child
in a parked car.
Not all deaths were caused because
people forgot. Some parents believe
cracking the window will make the car
cool enough.
How do we prevent these deaths
from happening? Experts have a lot to
say about it, but so do some non-
experts.
Putting something on the back seat
as a reminder isn't a new idea. Safety
groups have been pushing it for years
telling people to put something you will
need when you reach your destination.
You may not have your laptop or purse
with you, but you always have a shoe,
so one suggestion is to put your left
shoe in the back seat when you put
your kid in the back.
Eleven-year-old Andrew Pelham of
Nashville won second place in the
Rubber Band Contest for Young
Inventors by inventing a device that
reminds parents children are still in
the car. The device, which is basically a
strap or rubberband that stretches
from the back seat to the front and
attaches to the driver's side door,
reminds drivers of the child in the
back.
Another group wants car seat manu-
facturers and automakers to develop
and implement technology to detect
children forgotten in car seats.
Automakers say cost, technology, lia-
bility and privacy issues prevent them
from developing a system.
Theres still no foolproof way today to
prevent overheating deaths or of
devices that warn us of the possibility
before it happens. The risk is yours,
and if you mess up, the cost is pretty
high.
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or in poor taste.
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the error or clarify the misunderstanding in the next issue.
SUNDAY, JULY 20
7 p.m.: Church Night at the Fair
MONDAY, JULY 21
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.: Open Class Entry Day
6 p.m. to 9 p.m.: Official Livestock Check-in
7 p.m.: Open Class Photography Judging
TUESDAY, JULY 22
7 a.m. to Noon: Official Livestock Check-in
9 a.m.: Open Class Judging for: Culinary, Quilting,
Pictorial and Decorative Arts
9:30 a.m.: Open Class Household Arts Judging
10:30 a.m.: Open Class Judging for: Crop, Vegetables and
Fruit, Flowers and Potted Decorative Plants, Open
Horse Halter and Riding Classes
1p.m.: Open Class Poultry Judging
3p.m.: Open Class Rabbit Judging
6 p.m.: Midway Opens
5:30 p.m.: Women of Today Parade, Main Street-Roseau
7:00 p.m.: Chariot Races, $10
WEDNESDAY, JULY 23
10:30 a.m.: Open Horse Driving Class Judging
2 p.m.: Midway Opens
3:00 p.m.: Open Class Beef Judging
3:30 p.m.: Open Class Sheep and Market Goat Judging
7:00 p.m.: Kari & Billy, $15
THURSDAY, JULY 24
12 p.m.: Kids Pedal Tractor Pull, (Registration 11 a.m.)
1:30 p.m.: Open Class Dairy and Dairy Goat Judging
2 p.m.: Midway Opens
7 p.m.: Rodeo, $15
FRIDAY, JULY 25
2 p.m.: Midway Opens
6 p.m.: Lawn Mower Races: included with Demo ticket
7 p.m.: Demolition Derby, $10
8-10 p.m.: Open Class Exhibits to be picked up at the
Magnusson Building
10:15 p.m.: Fireworks, sponsored by POLARIS
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(Continued from Page 1)
Pennington County
Outstanding Senior.
Joyce and fellow Thief
River Falls resident Dale
Svendsgaard were honored
Friday, July 18 as the 2014
Pennington County
Outstanding Seniors.
I think its a great honor.
I certainly didnt give it any
thought, Joyce said.
However, she tried to con-
vince Glenice Johnson that
she didnt qualify for the
honor.
Joyce qualified, and
Glenice nominated her any-
way. Glenice noted Joyce is a
great example of an older
woman who continues to vol-
unteer despite any limita-
tions that she may face.
Over the years, Joyce has
volunteered with a variety of
groups. It becomes a way of
life because you enjoy it, its
doing good, she said.
Joyce has volunteered at
the Thief River Falls United
Methodist Church,
Northwest Dairy Day and
the Marshall County
Historical Society. She also
volunteered with the now-
defunct Viking Town and
Country Garden Club.
Glenice said Joyce still finds
the time to attend the
Pennington County Master
Gardeners workshop each
year in an effort to learn
something new. Step outside
Joyces apartment and its
apparent she knows a few
things about gardening.
Joyce continues to volun-
teer with the Rosewood
Homemakers. She recalled
learning about such newfan-
gled things as pressure cook-
ers and microwaves, and
then teaching others about
such machines. The latest
lesson she taught was on
gluten-free food.
Teaching has been a part
of Joyces life for many
years. She taught in one-
room, rural schools in
Pennington and Marshall
counties. After the youngest
of her four children began
attending grade school,
Joyce renewed her teaching
certification at Northland
College. Joyce then taught
as a substitute teacher at
Viking Elementary School
until her late husband, Bert,
retired. Their family now
includes six grandchildren
and four great-grandchil-
dren.
(Continued from Page 1)
honored at this years fair.
Dale and fellow Thief
River Falls resident Joyce
Kron were honored Friday,
July 18 as the 2014
Pennington County
Outstanding Seniors.
Dale couldnt believe it
when he learned about the
honor. He said other people
were more worthy of it.
Thats not to say that hes
unhappy about the award.
Soon after learning about
the award, he called his sib-
lings to tell them about the
award. Other family mem-
bers now tease him about
being royalty. He takes the
teasing in stride, smiling
about the honor.
Dale received the award
for his volunteerism. Hes
just a very, very active 80-
year-old, said his daughter-
in-law Krista Svendsgaard,
who nominated him for the
award. She is married to
Dales son, Kyle. Dale and
his late wife, Janice, have
three other kids Lydell,
Twyla and Krystal
(deceased) and six grand-
children.
Dale volunteers with the
Goodridge Lions Club and
the Pennington County Fair
Board. As part of Winterfest,
Dale has also shaved his
hair into a mohawk the past
two years to raise money for
the Pennington County
Relay For Life. Each year, he
has raised $300 or more.
Dale has also been known
to donate homemade minia-
ture barns for fundraisers.
He has even purchased and
eaten anchovies in order to
have a small container that
could double as an animals
trough for a miniature barn.
In case anyone is wondering,
Dale probably wont be eat-
ing anchovies anytime soon.
Hes not a fan.
Dales volunteerism took
root during his time in the
Mavie 4-H Club. He joined
the club at the age of 8. He
showed livestock and pigs at
the fair. As time went on,
Dale served as the auction-
eer at a club basket social.
Boys had the opportunity to
bid on a prepared lunch bas-
ket and eat it with the girl
who made the basket. An
auctioning career soon blos-
somed.
Besides working as an
auctioneer in adulthood,
Dale also worked as a bus
driver chauffeuring stu-
dents to and from school,
visitors to and from places of
interest, and the public to
wherever they needed to go.
Dale technically retired
from auctioneering in the
late 1980s. However, he con-
tinues to volunteer his time
as an auctioneer for volun-
teer causes. Among the caus-
es are the Pennington
County Fair 4-H Livestock
Auction, the Goodridge
Lions Club Smelt Fry, the
Goodridge Lion Tamers Pie
Auction, the Goodridge Area
Fire and Rescue fundraiser,
Winterfest and a Healthcare
Heroes Relay For Life Team
fundraiser.
As Dale put it, he likes
auctioneering and its hard
to quit.
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by Heidi Hughes
Three watershed district
members of the Red River
Watershed Management
Board participated in a
panel discussion about what
local watersheds are doing
to meet basin-wide goals for
flood damage reduction in
the Red River Valley. The
panel was part of the Third
Annual Minnesota Ag Water
Issues Forum held at the
Jim Kukowski Farm in
Strathcona on Wednesday,
July 16.
The panel included Tracy
Halstensgard of the Roseau
River Watershed District,
Dan Money of the Two
Rivers Watershed District,
and Nick Drees of the
Mi ddl e- Snake- Tamarac
Rivers Watershed District.
They reviewed water man-
agement projects in their
districts, explained how
local flood damage reduction
projects are developed and
implemented, and encour-
aged landowners to get
involved in water issues and
participate in the project
team process. The panel also
answered questions about
retention, tiling and ditch
systems.
John Finney, president of
the Red River Watershed
Management Board, provid-
ed a history of flood damage
reduction efforts in the
Valley and explained the
role water retention plays in
achieving the 20 percent
flow reduction goal for the
Red River Basin.
Don Baloun, state conser-
vationist with the Natural
Resources Conservation
Service, reviewed what has
been accomplished through
NRCS funding and said
there is no silver bullet for
flood damage reduction. He
discussed retention, wet-
lands mitigation banks, con-
servation partnerships,
funding for drain tile control
structures and other compo-
nents of the new Farm Bill.
The forum was sponsored
by the Minnesota Farm
Bureau Federation and
Northwest Minnesota
County Farm Bureaus, the
Minnesota Agricultural
Water Resource Center, the
Minnesota Association of
Wheat Growers, Red River
Valley Sugar Beet Growers,
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skills from Central Lakes
College.
Watershed flood projects
featured at Strathcona forum
Local landowners were encouraged to get
involved in water issues and to participate
in project team processes during the Third
Annual Minnesota Ag Water Issues Forum
held at the Jim Kukowski Farm in
Strathcona on Wednesday, July 16.
(Submitted)
Watershed district members of the Red
River Watershed Management Board par-
ticipated in the Third Annual Minnesota Ag
Water Issues Forum held at the Jim
Kukowski Farm in Strathcona on
Wednesday, July 16. The panel included
Tracy Halstensgard (far right) of the Roseau
River Watershed District, Dan Money of the
Two Rivers Watershed District, and Nick
Drees (second from left) of the Middle-
Snake-Tamarac Rivers Watershed District.
(Submitted)
Marshall County Outstanding Seniors to be honored
The Marshall County
Outstanding Seniors will be
honored Friday, July 25 at 2
p.m. at the Marshall County
Fair in Warren. Cathy
Erickson begins playing at
1:30 p.m.
Those who will be hon-
ored include: from Argyle:
Ivadelle Clausen, from Holt:
Jeanette Reierson, from
Middle River: Dale and
Sylvia Cole, from
Newfolden: Gordon and
Barbara Bring, and from
Stephen: Virginia Field.
One male and one female
will be selected to represent
Marshall County at the
Minnesota State Fair.
However, all of these seniors
are outstanding in their
communities. It is volun-
teers like these that keep
our communities alive and
well.
Another related event is
the senior essay contest
written by sixth graders at
local schools. This years
winners on the county level
are: first place Serena
Ratzlaff from Marshall
County Central on her
grandmother Nancy Andol;
second place (tie) Grace
Kostrzewski from Argyle on
her grandmother Jewel
Kostrzewski; second place
(tie) Maci Bakken from
Grygla on her grandmother
Pauline Sistad; and third
place Ashia Balzum from
Warren on her great-grand-
father Merle Henry.
Their essays will be read
at the Senior Program and
will be awarded a cash prize
from the Marshall County
Council on Aging.
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NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Primary election will be held in Marshall County,
Minnesota on Tuesday, the 12th Day of August, 2014, in the Election Precincts listed below:
TOWNSHIPS POLLING LOCATION VOTING HOURS
New Solum Twp New Solum Town Hall 10 a.m.- 8 p.m.
CITIES
Argyle Argyle Community Center 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Stephen Stephen Community Center 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Warren Ward I & II Warren City Office 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the voters in the following cities and townships will be
receiving ballots and voting by mail, as requested by the respective township and city boards:
TOWNSHIPS
Agder, Alma, Augsburg, Big Woods, Bloomer, Boxville, Cedar, Como, Comstock, Donnelly,
Eagle Point, East Park, East Valley, Eckvoll, Espelie, Excel, Foldahl, Fork, Grand Plain, Holt,
Huntly, Lincoln, Linsell, Marsh Grove, McCrea, Middle River, Moose River, Moylan, Nelson
Park, New Folden, New Maine, Oak Park, Parker, Rollis, Sinnott, Spruce Valley, Tamarac,
Thief Lake, Valley, Vega, Veldt, Viking, Warrenton, Wanger, West Valley, Whiteford, Wright.
CITIES
Alvarado, Grygla, Holt, Middle River, Newfolden, Oslo, Strandquist, Viking.
Voters that did not receive a ballot in the mail by July 24th, may vote by absentee ballot
contact the Marshall County Auditor-Treasurers Office, at the Marshall County Courthouse,
208 E Colvin Ave, Ste 10, Warren, MN 56762, 218-745-4960. Absentee voting is allowed for
mail ballot precincts until 8:00 oclock p.m. on August 12, 2014.
For the purpose of nominating candidates for the following offices which are to be voted for
at the General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 4th, 2014, to-wit:
FEDERAL OFFICES
One US Senator
STATE OFFICES
Governor and Lieutenant
Secretary of State
Attorney General
This notice is given for and on behalf of the Clerks in the cities and townships listed and
complies with the provision of M.S.A. 204B.34. Witness my hand official seal at Marshall
County, Minnesota, this 16th day of July, 2014.
Scott Peters
Marshall County Auditor-Treasurer
Dr. Steven Lesmeister
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Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Accepting New Patients
The Olson Farm in
Hickory Township
will be recognized
as a century farm
on Sunday, July
20, during the
P e n n i n g t o n
County Fair.
Pictured clockwise
from top left are
some of the farms
owners: John and
G u n v o r
(Tveitbakk) Olson,
who homesteaded
in Hickory
Township in 1904;
Above: Olaf
(Johns youngest
son) and Alverra
(Brumwell) Olson;
and Left: Myles
(Olafs oldest son),
Janice, and their
children, Sara and
Erick. (Submitted)
Celebrating a century
The Olson Century Farm/Continued
(Continued from Page 1)
continued to acquire farm
land and the farm grew close
to 4,000 acres at one point.
For a while, all six brothers
lived and worked from the
original farm site. That
began to change in 1925,
when the Olsons purchased
the Duane Wojnarowski
farm.
Ole, Tom, Henry and Olaf
stayed at the original home-
stead, while Halvor and
Johnnie moved to the
Wojnarowski site. In the
1950s, Tom and Henry
moved to the Wojnarowski
site and they were joined by
Ole in the 1960s.
Each brother had his
own house at the other site,
but they still ate together
each night, said Janice
Olson, daughter-in-law of
Olaf Olson.
Interesting group of peo-
ple, said Myles Olson,
Olaf s oldest son. Some
things you dont want to put
in print. They could be fight-
ing all day but theyd eat
together each night.
Of the six brothers who
continued working on the
family farm, Olaf was the
only one who married. Olaf
married Alverra Brumwell
in 1946 and they remained
at the original homestead,
where Olaf built a house
next to the house where he
was born.
He actually died within a
hundred feet of where he
was born, Myles said.
The six Olson brothers
were all farmers and trap-
pers. During the winter
months, some of the broth-
ers would go east to
Northome or Kelliher to
work in logging camps.
Others would stay home to
continue trapping and care
for the cattle or other live-
stock.
The Olsons had both
dairy and beef operations
over the years, with a couple
hundred head of cattle; and
they even had a sheep herd
at one point. The family got
out of beef farming in the
1960s. They continued to
grow crops until Olaf s
retirement from farming in
the 1970s.
Since Olaf s retirement,
the farmland has either
been enrolled in the
Conservation Reserve
Program or rented out.
Following Olaf s death in
1999, the Olson farm was
split into two properties,
with Wayne and Myles.
Over the past century,
farms like the Olson farm
have seen a lot of changes.
One of the biggest was the
size of the typical farm fam-
ily. Myles noted that it was
common for families to have
around 10 children because
of the amount of manual
labor required. As farms
became more mechanized,
the size of the typical farm
family grew smaller.
As the oldest son, it
seemed like once you were
old enough to walk, you were
behind the wheel of a trac-
tor, Myles joked.
When Myles got out of the
military, he already knew he
wasnt going to make farm-
ing his career. But he still
planned to have a hobby
farm. He wanted to plant a
potato patch and tried two
or three plows before finding
one that worked well enough
to break ground. Then he
tried to disc his freshly
turned soil, which was also a
battle.
Everything was broken,
Myles said, adding that his
father and his uncles would
buy a piece of equipment
and use it until it was com-
pletely shot. At one point, I
counted 13 different Model
As sitting behind a barn.
They kept everything for
parts.
Janice said she and her
husband continue to operate
a small hobby farm. What
we have out there now is
hobby equipment thats
much larger than anything
they ever had.
Myles said he has no
intentions of selling the
farm. It will stay in the fam-
ily and eventually go to
fourth generation owners
and children of Myles and
Janice, Sara and Erick.
Accepting the centry farm
award will be Myles and
Janice Olson.
Police Chief complaint/Continued
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meeting to the public.
Murphy and his attorney
met with the council for
about 10 minutes of the
closed meeting.
In June, issues with the
Law Enforcement Center
evidence storage vault came
to light during a Parks and
Recreation/Public Safety
Committee meeting. At that
time, the Northern Watch
and Thief River Falls Radio
obtained documents pertain-
ing to problems with secur-
ing evidence at the LEC.
In September 2013, Kruse
sent a letter of reprimand to
Police Chief Kim Murphy
for failing to properly moni-
tor three firearms, which
had gone missing. Two have
since been found.
In an earlier interview
with the Northern Watch,
Murphy said the third
weapon remains missing
and continues to be part of
an ongoing investigation
spearheaded by Deputy
Police Chief Craig Mattson.
As part of the reprimand,
Kruse wrote that Murphy
shouldnt have removed the
guns from the locked evi-
dence vault to his unlocked
closet that could be accessed
by anyone. Kruse indicated
that it was believed the guns
were moved to make room in
the evidence storage vault.
An inventory of the vault
had been conducted earlier.
According to the letter of
reprimand, Sgt. Doug
Williams found six weapons
had been confiscated as part
of a felony case and were
now missing. Two were
located in a closet locker in
Murphys office. Another
gun was found in an unspec-
ified location. Murphy later
told the Northern Watch
that two other weapons have
been returned to their right-
ful owner.
Two other firearms had
been confiscated following
suicides. One was found in
Murphys closet locker. The
other had been there at one
time but was later moved to
the trunk of the unmarked
administrative squad car.
According to the reprimand,
Murphy said he took the gun
out of the trunk and then
brought it back to the LEC,
where he placed it into the
closet locker. He said the
family gave the gun to law
enforcement for animal con-
trol purposes.
As part of the reprimand,
Kruse also directed Murphy
to develop procedures
regarding stale evidence.
He went on to note that the
evidence vault has been a
concern for a long time and a
lot of the older evidence pre-
ceded Murphys time on the
force. He wrote that efforts
were already under way to
improve the procedure.
In a June interview with
the Northern Watch,
Murphy said the depart-
ment is continually review-
ing the evidence vault and
the departments procedure
pertaining to securing evi-
dence. He said the depart-
ment is also working on get-
ting the proper training for
handling the evidence vault.
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FRIDAY, JULY 25 6:00PM
IN THE GRANDSTAND AT
MARSHALL COUNTY FAIR, WARREN, MN
Benefit for
Wade Lee Johnson
Thursday,
July, 31, 2014
Eagles Club
Thief River Falls
4:30 - 8:00 p.m.
BBQs
R
Chips
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Beans
Freewill offering Silent Auction Bake Sale
live auction by Jason Rominski, and raffle
(lic. #A-00092)
Wed., May 28th Wade was in a serious 4-wheeler accident which
caused severe neck injuries. All donations will help with medical
expenses and time off from work for Tammy and family.
Supplemental funding provided by Pennington-Red Lake County
Chapter of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans.
An account has been set up at
Northern State Bank, TRF
Wade Lee Johnson Journey Benefit Fund
E-Reader Class:
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Grand Forks come to talk about the various
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and find the
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2 miles west of Roseau
Roseau, Minnesota
Sunday, July 20th 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Presented by Roseau Area Arts Assn.
Vendors demonstrating their crafts throughout the day:
Karen Engevik, pottery: 1:00 p.m.
Julie Elick, chainmaille: 2:00 p.m.
Jolene Juhl, slumped glass: 3:00 p.m.
Stacy Mauriala, bracelet making: all day
Learning opportunities for parents and children
Excellent food offered on site in a beautiful wooded, historical setting.
Congratulations
Janet Berg of Thief River Falls
$250 gift card
winner given by
the American
Breast Cancer
Association.
Thousands registered
nationwide and
Janet was one of the
3 lucky winners in
the national
promotion.
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athletic wear bras prosthetics
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Rural
Reflections
Grant Nelson
The comments published in this column are intended to
stimulate thinking and discussion among our readers. They are
written by independent columnists and do not represent the
opinion of the staff or management of The Times/Northern Watch.
Summer hotdish
Ive said my columns are
sometimes well-planned
meals and sometimes hasti-
ly-prepared hotdish. I hope
you like hotdish.
First off, the benefit for
my brother, Steve Nelson,
went great. The benefit was
held last Sunday at Viking
School. I have attended sev-
eral epic intramural basket-
ball clashes between the
Viking Trotters and the
Newfolden Dragons at this
same elementary gymnasi-
um, and attendance for
these matches would not
even come close to the num-
ber who came to support
Steve. Small towns may be
small in size, but they are
massive in heart. I think one
incredible fact of the benefit
is that fully one-third of the
Class of 1975 came to sup-
port one of their own. My
unofficial estimate is that
we served sloppy joes to
approximately 550 people.
We are so thankful to those
who gave support to this
benefit; words fall short.
The second item I plan to
throw into the mix is a
recent purchase. I walked
into Quality Farm Supply
the other day and was
offered a new cattle gadget. I
like gadgets, but can usually
resist them but not when
you justify the gadget with
application to cattle. Then,
my resistance is futile. The
Vetgun is basically a paint-
ball gun that shoots extra-
large balls of insecticide at
your cattle. The insecticide
lasts about three to six
weeks and leaves a colored
dot to show which animals
are protected. It delivers the
insecticide ball at fairly slow
speed so as not to hurt the
animal from a distance of 15
to 30 feet. I think most cattle
people hate handling their
animals because it is stress-
ful for everyone - even if you
have a good corral. With the
Vetgun, I can just wander
amongst the cattle and
deliver three to six weeks of
fly resistance. Plus, lets be
honest about this, its kind of
fun.
I have spent the last sev-
eral years working toward a
goal of comfort for my cattle.
Comfortable cattle are more
productive, but I would want
them comfortable whether it
makes money or not. This
week, my efforts should
really pay off. A few years
back, we installed a water
delivery system that pro-
vides cold water at a mini-
mal walking distance. Last
winter, I built portable
shade structures so that our
cattle could stay on pasture
during the summers heat,
yet stay comfortable. Our
use of fly predators has
greatly reduced horn flies
and my hope is that the use
of my Vetgun will be a fur-
ther reduction in the insects
that bother cattle. As sum-
mer returns with heat and
humidity, you might feel it is
just plain hot. I hope that I
will bask in the warmth of
happy cows and a plan that
has truly worked out.
My words were pretty
simple fare this week; I like
to keep my columns easy to
digest in this heat. Theyll
probably go down a little
easier than those corn dogs
and jalapeno poppers from
the fair.
Free depression,
anxiety recovery
program planned
A one-hour introductory
session for the Depression
and Anxiety Recovery
Program will be held
Sunday, July 20, at 7 p.m. at
Open Arms Christian
Fellowship, 401 St. Paul
Ave. S., Thief River Falls.
The introductory session is
free and open to the public.
Interested persons are invit-
ed to attend.
Developed by Neil Nedley,
MD, this DVD-based pro-
gram consists of eight week-
ly meetings. A team of
health care professionals
will serve as local hosts for
the program.
Nedley will teach partici-
pants how to improve brain
function, maximize IQ in
children, increase energy,
boost concentration, engage
in healthy sleep habits,
improve physical perform-
ance, and gain renewed
hope. In addition to essen-
tial information on lifestyle
and diet, Nedley will also
cover the benefits of counsel-
ing and the benefits and
risks of medications.
The Depression and
Anxiety Recovery Program
can help those dealing with
depression and those wish-
ing to help a loved one suf-
fering from depression. This
educational program can
also provide helpful tools for
individuals wishing to over-
come stress and anxiety and
those desiring to achieve
peak mental performance
and a healthier lifestyle.
For more information,
please call 681-1776 or
email trfhealth@gmail.com.
Boes named Marshall
County Emerging Leaders
Darby and Amanda Boe
have been chosen as the
Marshall County represen-
tatives to the Red River
Valley Emerging Leadership
Program.
The Boes, along with par-
ticipants from 18 other
counties in the northwest
and west central Minnesota,
will attend four education
sessions between November
2014 and April 2015. They
will be challenged to come
back to their community to
continue their positive role
as leaders in this region.
Darby and Amanda reside
near Warren with their two
daughters. Darby is a vice
president at Bremer Bank in
Warren and Amanda is the
clinical informatics lead at
North Valley Health Center
in Warren.
The RRVELP was devel-
oped in 1985 by a small
group of people who felt
there was a need to help
individuals develop their
leadership potential. The
program was founded on the
idea that effective leader-
ship can be learned and
those leaders grow into posi-
tion of leadership, motivated
by a sense of responsibility
for themselves and their
communities.
Darby and Amanda Boe have been selected as Marshall
Countys representatives to the Red River Valley Emerging
Leadership Program. (Submitted)
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Catcher Cole Larson came to the mound for a talk with
Jerod Nelson when the Thief River Falls starting pitch-
er ran into early-game trouble in a Wednesday
Northwest Border League amateur baseball playoff
series opener against Roseau.
Northwest Border playoffs...
Roseau takes
series opener
Strong pitching and solid
hitting carried No. 2-seeded
Roseau to a one-sided 9-0
win over No. 3 Thief River
Falls Wednesday in the
opening game of the 2014
Minnesota Amateur
Baseball Association
Northwest Border League
playoff series.
Royals pitcher Logan
Hulst limited the Thieves to
four hits while striking out
nine and walking four in the
nine-inning match-up at the
Multi-Events Center.
Game 2 in the best-of-
three series will be Monday
at 7:30 p.m. in Roseau. A
third game, if needed, would
be back in Roseau at the
same time the next night.
The other league playoff
series matches the top-seed-
ed Warroad Muskies and the
No. 4 seed Crookston Reds.
The teams are vying for
positions in the MABA Class
C Region 10 playoff field
that also includes Norman-
Polk members Ada Athletics,
Bemidji Blue Ox, Fertile
Bees and Moorhead
Spartans.
Roseau, twice a winner in
three regular season starts
against Thief River Falls, is
18-6. The Thieves fell to 5-7.
Originally scheduled as the
final regular season game
for both teams, the
Wednesday match-up was
instead used as a playoff
opener since results would
not have altered their post-
season seeding positions.
The Royals gained control
early. The first three Roseau
batters opened the game
with hits, including a two-
run Nathan Voll double.
A bases-loaded walk and
wild pitch doubled the score-
board spread in the third
inning.
It became an 8-0 game in
the fourth inning when Joey
Benke came up with a bases-
loaded single and Voll drove
in two more runs with
another double this one to
the right field fence then
scored himself on two throw-
ing errors on the same pick-
off play.
The Royals tacked on a
ninth inning run to finish it
off.
Scoring
r h e
Roseau...........202 400 001 - 9 7 1
TRF.................000 000 000 - 0 4 1
Pitching - (Roseau) Logan Hulst-
W, 9 IP; (TRF) Jerod Nelson-L, 4 IP;
Andy Eggreser 4 IP; Lars Brevik 1 IP.
Offensive highlights - (Roseau)
Nathan Voll 2/3, 2 doubles, 4 RBI;
Joey Benke 2/4, double, RBI; (TRF)
Garret Carlson, Dillon Carlson, Cory
Schmitz, Cole Larson 1 hit each.
Roseau pitcher Logan Hulst shut out
Thief River Falls 9-0 Wednesday to open
the best-of-three Minnesota Amateur
Baseball Association Northwest Border
League playoff series. The lefthander
gave up just four hits while striking out
nine and walking four in the nine-inning
game at the Multi-Events Center.
Fargo sweeps
doubleheader
vs. TRF squad
A Game 1 blowout and a
Game 2 cliffhanger both
went to Fargo Post 2 in a
Tuesday American Legion
baseball doubleheader
against Thief River Falls at
Jack Williams Stadium.
Fargo had 14 runs on the
board after just two innings
and went on to a one-sided
20-0 victory in the opener.
In stark contrast, the
nightcap was a down-to-the-
wire 2-1 affair.
The winners scored both
of their runs in the third
inning and again kept Thief
River Falls off the score-
board until the visitors
came up with a sixth inning
run.
Thief River Falls threat-
ened to tie the game with a
triple to lead off the top of
the seventh. However, relief
pitcher Andrew Lein struck
out the side to end the
game.
Tr adi t i onal l y- st r ong
Fargo is the defending
North Dakota state champi-
on.
The losses dropped Thief
River Falls to 10-10 heading
into a scheduled Thursday
doubleheader at Moorhead
that preceeded a regular
season-ending appearance
at the Friday-to-Sunday
Detroit Lakes Invitational.
Post-season play starts
July 24.
Game 1
r h e
TRF.......................000 00 - 0 2 3
Fargo.....................681 5x - 20 18 1
Pitching - (TRF) Chris Sanders-L,
Keaton Huot, McLain Stennes, Ian
Lund; (Fargo) Colin Birch-W.
Offensive highlights - (Fargo)
Andrew Penney 2-run home run, 4
RBI; Andrew Lein 3/3.
Game 2
r h e
TRF.....................000 001 0 - 1 3 3
Fargo...................002 000 x - 2 7 6
Pitching - (TRF) Nick Hoffard-L;
(Fargo) Jake Salentine-W, Andrew
Lein-S.
Results
n Monday, July 14 - (6:20 p.m.)
Srnsky Trucking 18, Bellys-
Brodin-Memories 17; Nelson
Equipment-Northern Motors-Biff s
Kitchen 25, Epiphany Station 21;
VFW-ILS 4, Fastlane-Eagles 3;
West Wend 21, Carpenters Corner
1; (7:30 p.m.) West End 26, VFW-
ILS 17; Fastlane-Eagles 16,
Carpenters Corner 12; Epiphany
Station 15, Srnsky Trucking 12;
Nelson Equipment-Northern
Motors-Biff s Kitchen 15, Bellys-
Brodin-Memories 12.
n Tuesday, July 15 - (6:20 p.m.)
Dawg House-Old Timers 8, Edward
Jones-Genereux Realty 7; Oklee
Lumber 8, Eidelbes 3; Digi-Key
Blue 5, Digi-Key Force 4; Erls
Market-Frasers Sports Cafe-
Sorvig Oil 15, RV Sports-Justin
Kjos Agency 2; (7:30 p.m.) Els
Market-Frasers Sports Cafe-
Sorvig Oil 16, Digi-Key Force 10;
Digi-Key Blue 10, RV Sports-Justin
Kjos Agency 7; Edward Jones-
Genereux Realty 14, Oklee Lumber
2; Dawg House-Old Timers 17,
Eidelbes 5.
MENS SOFTBALL
Brendan Bushy skates in national camp
Brendan Bushy of Thief
River Falls participated in
the USA Hockey national
2014 Boys Select 16 player
development camp July 7-13
at the Northtown Center on
the campus of the
University of New York at
Buffalo.
Bushy will be a sopho-
more at Lincoln High School
this fall. He played regularly
on defense as a freshman for
the Prowlers during the
2013-14 hockey season.
Advancing through the
various levels of the USA
Select programs, Bushy was
invited to the high-level
national camp, where 10
teams competed in a tourna-
ment-style format. Bushy
played for the Grey squad
that won the Western
Division and took a 3-2 over-
time shoot-out decision from
American Division winner
Kelly in the playoff finals.
USA Hockey Select camps
are designed to provide
young players with elite
instruction as well as oppor-
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Saturday, July 19, 2014
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Schedule uf
Lvents
Wednesday - 8unday
]uIy 23 - ]uIy 27, 2014
Wazzen, MN
NEW!!! Todd Armstrong Shows Carnival
www.marshallcountyfair.org
Free Parking & Free Gate!
Free Shuttle Service from Uptown!
TIcket LocatIons:
Wazzen - ]et 8top, DaIes Foods, Bzenez Bank, Hazdwaze Hank, AnezIcan
FedezaI, Wazzen Phaznacy, Fzandsen Bank &Tzust, Tzue VaIue, Cenex C-8toze
OsIo - Fzandsen Bank &Tzust, Kosnatkas Mazket
AIvazado - ]ohns 8ezvIce & RepaIz
AzgyIe - VaIIey OII & ConvenIence, 0nIted VaIIey Bank
8tephen - Koda Bank, KeIIys Countzy Mazket
NewIoIden - Xpzess Mazt, 8ethze's 8toze
MIddIe RIvez - Youngs 8toze
VIkIng - VIkIng DInez & AntIques
ThIeI RIvez FaIIs - Petzo Punpez
East Ozand Fozks - Fzandsen Bank &Tzust
Be suze to vIsIt 8ettIezs 8quaze
Open thzoughout the FaIz!
QuIItIng DIspIay on the
FaIzgzounds
Wednesday, July 23
Parade - 6 pm, Downtown Warren
New Midway Opens - Todd Armstrong
Shows - 6 pm
PNA PoIish Dancers - FoIIowing Parade,
Vonasek Stage - Tn|s acr|v|ry |s maoe poss|o|e |n parr oy a
granr prov|oeo oy rne horrnuesr V|nnesora /rrs 0ounc|| rnrougn
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Thursday, July 24
KIDS DAY
Iron WiII Exhibit (Dog SIed Demo) - 2-6 pm,
Vonasek Stage
Bruce EIseth/PauI Tandberg and
Friends - 3-5 pm, Vonasek Stage
Tim Kiviaho - BaIIoon Art/Face Painting
- 3-5 pm, Vonasek Stage
Tobacco Free Booth AvaiIabIe - 4-8 pm
Bob & the Beachcombers - 3-5 pm,
Vonasek Stage
Lena - Between Sets, Vonasek Stage
Grandstand Event
Advanced tickets $30/Person, available at
Kezars Music, TRF and Marshall County
Extension Office, Warren.
Back Behind the Barn Boys - 6 pm
Oak Ridge Boys 8 pm,
Friday, July 25
SENIOR DAY - Vonasek Stage
Pembina TraiI - 12 - 1 pm
Senior Citizens Music & Program - 1:30
pm, Cathy Erickson Band, SeIection of
MarshaII County's Outstanding Senior Citizen
Gary Hodne and Friends - 2:30 pm
IsIand SteeI Drum Band - 3:30 pm
4-H on Stage/Emerging Leader &
Century Farm Awards - 5 pm
IsIand SteeI Drum Band - 5:30 pm
GraveI Highway - 7-10 pm
EIvis - Between Sets
Grandstand Event
$15 Adult, $10 Children (12 & under)
Sixties Chicks - 4:30 pm,
Steve Hall/Shotgun Red - 6 pm,
Fireworks - Dusk - Free
For up-to-date Fair Info, visit us at:
www.marshallcountyfair.org
Saturday, July 26
FAMILY DAY
4-H Horse Show - 8:30 am, Main Horse Arena
ATV Youth Safety Training - 9 am, Vonasek
Stage
Beef Promo/Cookout - 9 am, Grandstand
Area, winner announced, 5 pm, Vonasek Stage
Kids Games in the Park - 11 am, HoIiday Park
WiId Rice Shooter's Association Mounted
Shooting - 11 am, Rusty Gate Arena
TaIent Contest Practice - 12 pm, Vonasek
Stage
TaIent Contest - 2 pm, Vonasek Stage
Tae Kwon Do Demo - 1, 4 pm, Vonasek Stage
Trinity Trio/Woodpicks - 5-9 pm, Vonasek
Stage
Grandstand Event
$15 Adult, $10 Children (12 & under)
RRV Tractor Pull- 1 pm
Chariot Races - 7 pm,
Sunday, July 27
Open Horse Show - 9 am, Main Horse Arena
Church Service - 9 am, Vonasek Stage,
InterdenominationaI Service
WiId Rice Shooter's Association Mounted
Shooting - 10:30 am, Rusty Gate Arena
Cathy Erickson - 11 am, Vonasek Stage
PedaI PuII - 12 pm, Behind 4-H BuiIding
Pig Bingo- 12 pm, Barn Area
4-H Livestock Auction - 12 pm, Barn Area
PoppIe Ridge Pickers - 2 pm, Vonasek Stage
Grandstand Event
Jaycees Complete Destruction
- 2 pm, $15 Adult, $10 Children (12 &
under)
CaznIvaI Houzs:
Wednesday: 6-CIose
Thuzsday: 4-CIose
FzIday: Noon-CIose
8atuzday: Noon-CIose
8unday: 1-6 p.n.
ConnezcIaI ExhIbIt Houzs
Wednesday: 6-10 p.n.
Thuzsday: Noon-10 p.n.
FzIday & 8atuzday: Noon-10 p.n.
8unday: Noon-5 p.n.
Wednesday 7-10 p.n.,
Thuzs., FzI., & 8at. 2-10 p.n.
8unday 1-6 p.n. at the KC BIngo HaII
8ponsozed by KnIghts oI CoIunbus
Advanced 8aIe RIde WzIstbands:
thzough Wednesday, ]uIy 23
Day Pass WzIstband: $20.00
Mega WzIstband: $45.00 PzesaIe OnIy
(good Ioz aII days oI the IaIz)
At the tIcket box:
Day Pass WzIstband: $25.00
8IngIe TIckets: $1.00
WIth the exceptIon oI
sezvIce anInaIs oz
anInaIs appzoved as
pazt oI an exhIbItIon,
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ALLOWD
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duzIng the MazshaII
County FaIz
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County Tuesday, November 4, 2014, for the purpose of electing
candidates for the Township Offices listed below. The filing period for
these offices opens on Tuesday, July 29, 2014, and closes at 5:00 p.m.
on Tuesday, August 12, 2014. Candidates for the following offices file
with their respective Township Clerk.
Township Position Filing Officer
Black River
Clerk - 4 Year Term
Supervisor C - 6 Year Term
Lynette Nelson
13225 110th Ave. SW
St. Hilaire, MN 56754
Bray
Clerk - 4 Year Term
Supervisor A - 6 Year Term
Dave Erickson
19040 Center St W
Thief River Falls, MN 56701
Hickory
Treasurer - 4 Year Term
Supervisor A - 4 Year Term
Supervisor B - 4 Year Term
David Arveson
10211 405th Ave SE
Trail, MN 56684
Numedal
Clerk - 2 Year Term
Treasurer - 4 year term
Supervisor A - 4 Year Term
Supervisor C - 4 Year Term
Michelle McCraw
18005 Pembina Trail NW
Thief River Falls, MN 56701
Polk Centre
Clerk - 4 Year Term
Supervisor A - 4 Year Term
Deb Cota
17071 120th St. SW
Red Lake Falls, MN 56750
River Falls
Clerk - 4 Year Term
Supervisor A - 4 Year Term
Jill Jonson
13447 150th Ave. SE
St. Hilaire, MN 56754
Pennington County Association of Townships
David Erickson, Secretary/Treasurer
Age group winners in the 2014 Plummer
Fire Department Fun Run included, front
row from left, Harmony Leiran, female
age 31-40 (24:37); Peggy Whitlow,
female, 41-50; (40:15); Bailey Greene,
female U20 (26:30); Nick Sauer, male 20-
30 (17:57); back row, Bob Melby, male
60U (22:20); Tim Rittenour, male 51-60
(37:52); Randi Rantanen, female 20-30
(26:32); Dayton Nelson, male U20
(26:03); Brock Jenkins, male 31-40
(19:43); and Willard Malwitz, male 41-50
(23:06). (Submitted)
Top finishers in the female and male divisions of the
Plummer Fire Department Fun Run were Harmony
Leiran in 24:37 and Nick Sauer in 17:57. (Submitted)
Chanc Keefe got a piece of the ball as the Thief River
Falls player/manager went after a pitch during
Wednesday amateur baseball playoff action against
Roseau.
Pioneers put
26 on MCAC
academic list
Twenty-six Northland
Community and Technical
College student-athletes
were on the list of 2013-14
Minnesota College Athletic
Conference spring academic
award winners announced
this week.
Athletes earn MCAC aca-
demic recognition if they
have a cumulative grade
point average of 3.0 or bet-
ter at the end of the semes-
ter in which the majority of
the sport season occurs and
they have enrolled in and
completed a minimum of 12
credits during that semes-
ter.
At Northland, the spring
academic awards cover
mens and womens basket-
ball, wrestling, baseball and
softball.
Of the 13 MCAC schools
represented on the honor
list, only Ridgewater with
38, had more academic
award winners than
Northland.
NCTC Academic Awards
n Mens basketball - Yonathan
Ghebrekristos.
n Womens basketball - Crystal
Amundson Michelle Green, Megan
Weiland, Ashley Lindgren, Bailey
Jenkins, Danielle Hernandez,
Sarah Durand.
n Wrestling - Ben Rogers,
Jordan Engen.
n Baseball - Brady Brooks, Nick
Hoffard, Austin Jackson, Jared
Nelson, Frank Moren, Preston
Brown, Conner Brown, Dalton
Flaagan, Easton Lopez.
n Softball - Kayla Schmitz,
Katlyn Byfulgien, Brittni Wellen,
Heather Nelson, Haley Kujava,
Tara Evje, Crystal Amundson,
Michelle Olson.
Recent starts by the Thief
River Falls Babe Ruth 14s
baseball team include a 3-2
July 1 win over Roseau, a 4-
1 July 9 victory over Red
Lake Falls and an 8-0 July
10 decision over Crookston.
TRF vs. Roseau
r h e
Roseau....................000 11 - 2 4 0
TRF..........................102 0x - 3 8 0
TRF pitching - Brayden Johnson-
W; Aaron Myers-S.
TRF offensive highlights - Connor
Swanson 2/2, 3 RBI; Gabe Trudeau
2/2; Cameron Dahlin 2/2; Dylan
Manderud 1/1; Aaron Myers 1/3.
TRF vs. Red Lake Falls
r h e
Red Lake Falls........................1 5 1
Thief River Falls......................4 8 0
TRF pitching - Gabe Trudeau-W.
TRF offensive highlights - Gabe
Trudeau 2/2; Tyler Sele 1/1; Brady
Anderson 1/2, 2 RBI; Tegan
Kruckeberg 1/2; Brayden Johnson
1/2; Cameron Dahlin 1/2; Connor
Swanson 1/3.
TRF vs. Crookston
r h e
Crookston.................000 00 - 0 3 1
TRF...........................133 1x - 8 9 2
TRF pitching - Dylan Manderud-
W.
TRF offensive highlights - Dylan
Manderud 2/3; Connor Swanson 2/3;
Brady Anderson 1/1, 2 RBI; Aaron
Myers 1/1; Brayden Johnson 1/1;
Tyler Sele 1/2, RBI; Tyler Hebert 1/3,
2 RBI.
TRF Babe Ruth team wins three
Bushy at Select 16 camp
(Continued from Pge 8)
tunity to compete at the
national level against play-
ers in their age group.
Bushy was not among the
20 Select 16 camp partici-
pants who were picked to
represent the United States
at the annual Under-17 Five
Nations Tournament Aug.
11-17 in Germany.
Teams from Czech
Republic, Slovakia and
Switzerland will join
Germany and the United
States in the Five Nations
tournamentevent.
Goodridge School gym hosted the 12th
annual Chargers Basketball Camp for
boys and girls in grades 4-7 July 14-16.
The camp was directed by
Goodridge/Grygla coaches Brent
Philipp and Travis Smith with sponsor-
ship from State Farm-Sally Wolff
Insurance Agency and Universal
Screenprint. Camp participants on hand
for a photo included, front row from left,
Chloe Kuznia, Alliya Smith, Sadie
Anderson, Caitlyn Jacobson, Moses
Jensen, Dane Arveson, Matthew Busse,
Elliot Philipp, Thor Henrickson; back
row, Gabe Arveson, Blake Jensen, Felix
Jensen, Zach Marquis, Madison
Paulson, Katelynn Nordine, Vivian Coan,
Jordan Coan, Logan Knutson and Skya
Wilson. (Submitted)
Question of the Week
Q: How many watercraft
inspectors does the DNR
hire to check for invasive
species?
A: Our goal is to hire 100
Level 1 watercraft inspec-
tors and 46 Level 2 water-
craft inspectors each season.
Level 2 inspectors not only
inspect boats and equip-
ment for aquatic invasive
species, but can decontami-
nate watercraft using hot
high-pressure washers.
DNR watercraft inspectors
will work at more than 250
public water access sites
this season.
The DNR also partners
with local units of govern-
ment so that they can hire
their own watercraft inspec-
tors. So far this season, we
have trained more than 300
of these local inspectors.
--Heidi Wolf, watercraft
inspection program coordi-
nator
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Atmel Corporation is a worldwide leader in
the design and manufacture of microcon-
trollers, capacitive touch solutions,
advanced logic, mixed-signal, nonvolatile
memory and radio frequency components.
On Tuesday, July 15, the Atmel Tech on
Tour truck visited Digi-Key Corporation in
Thief River Falls. Digi-Key sells Atmel prod-
ucts. The semi that rolled into Thief River
Falls converts into a training room in about
three hours. It can function as a mobile
training center, a showroom, conference
center, tradeshow booth, entertainment
center, recruitment platform, executive
meeting site and tech support/training cen-
ter. About 300 Digi-Key employees toured
the moveable training room, and 30 partici-
pated in technology training. This particular
vehicle will make 150 stops, cover 50,000
miles, visit 30 U.S. states and reach about
4,000 engineers in a year.
Digi-Key employees toured the Atmel Tech
on Tour trailer on Tuesday, July 15. Atmel
Corporation is a worldwide leader in the
design and manufacture of microcon-
trollers, capacitive touch solutions,
advanced logic, mixed-signal, nonvolatile
memory and radio frequency (RF) compo-
nents. Digi-Key sells Atmel products. In an
effort to educate engineers and sales serv-
ice personnel on Atmel products, the cor-
poration created this moveable classroom.
During a years time, it is expected to make
150 stops, cover 50,000 miles, stop in 30
U.S. states and reach about 4,000 engi-
neers. About 300 Digi-Key employees were
expected to tour the classroom. About 30
or so participated in training.
On Tuesday, employees of Digi-Key exam-
ined some of the interesting applications
Atmel products are put to use. Atmel
Corporation is a worldwide leader in the
design and manufacture of microcon-
trollers, capacitive touch solutions,
advanced logic, mixed-signal, nonvolatile
memory and radio frequency (RF) compo-
nents. The moveable Atmel Tech on Tour
semi stopped at Digi-Key in Thief River
Falls. Digi-Key sells Atmel products. In an
effort to educate engineers and sales serv-
ice personnel on Atmel products, the cor-
poration created this moveable classroom.
Steve Hall and Shotgun Red to appear at fair
One of RFDTVs most
popular shows is coming to
the Marshall County Fair on
Friday, July 25 at 6 p.m.
Shotgun Red is a puppet
best known as a co-host for
the television talk show
Nashville Now, which
aired from 1983-93 on The
Nashville Network. Often
appearing alongside the
shows host, Ralph Emery,
Shotgun Red was voiced by
Steve Hall, a native of
Brainerd.
The puppet, best recog-
nized for his large gray mus-
tache and straw cowboy hat,
was discovered by Hall in a
Minnesota hobby shop in
1980. Hall first used
Shotgun Red as the emcee
for his band at the time,
Southbound 76. After trav-
eling to Nashville to compete
in the final round of The
Seagram's 7 Battle of the
Bands Contest, Hall and
Shotgun "crashed" Ralph
Emery's local morning TV
show. Ralph fell in love with
the little puppet and later
made him his co-host on
Nashville Now. The puppet
remains a part of Steve
Hall's Shotgun Red Band,
which operates out of the
Nashville Nightlife Dinner
Theater and tours periodi-
cally.
The Shotgun Red Variety
Show airs on RFDTV each
week on Thursdays at 4 p.m.
and Sundays at 12 p.m.
Steve Hall and Shotgun Red will perform Friday, July 25 at
6 p.m. at the Marshall County Fair in Warren. (Submitted)
Due to this unusually wet
year, the Roseau County
Historical Society project to
repair the Pinecreek Log
Church at the Roseau
Pioneer Farm has become
much more expensive than
expected. Work will not con-
tinue until more money can
be raised.
The goal is to honor the
first Pinecreek pioneers by
restoring the building, as
close as possible to its origi-
nal appearance, so it can be
enjoyed by their descen-
dants and future genera-
tions. The first settlers of
Pinewood included Lars
(Lewis) C. Rugland, Arne
Knutson, Ole Kompelien,
Anders Lund and Nels
Besserud.
Donations can be dropped
off at the Roseau County
Museum in the City Center
Building, or mailed to 121
Center St. E. #101, Roseau,
MN 56751. Please make a
note stating that your dona-
tion is to go to the Pinecreek
Log Church Fund.
When the building is
again weathertight, organiz-
ers hope to hang photos of
the original Pinecreek fami-
lies, along with history of
the church building, the first
built in Roseau County.
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Saturday, July 26, 2014
12-4 p.m.
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TRF
SOUPON
Sherry LaCoursiere Pippin
email: lacours@mncable.net
Recipes are from Quick
Cooking magazine, and
what is better than quick
and easy recipes on these
hot, busy days.

CHEESY FLORET SOUP


Janice Russell
Kingfisher, OK
Is it time to have some of
these fresh veggies from our
local growers? Must be,
because this recipe sounds
really good to me. Seems to
me the stores have some
nice veggies now too:
3 cups fresh broccoli florets
3 cups fresh cauliflower (flo-
rets)
3 celery ribs, sliced
1 small onion, chopped
2 cups water
1/2 teaspoon celery salt
3 tablespoons butter or
margarine
3 tablespoons flour
2-1/3 cups whole milk
1 pound Velveeta-type
cheese, cubed
In large saucepan, com-
bine broccoli, cauliflower,
celery, onion, water, and cel-
ery salt. Bring to a boil,
reduce heat, cover and sim-
mer 12-15 minutes, until
veggies are tender.
Meanwhile, in small
saucepan, melt butter. Stir
in flour until smooth.
Gradually stir in milk, bring
to a boil, cook and stir for 2
minutes or until thickened.
Reduce heat and add cheese.
Cook and stir until cheese is
melted. Drain vegetables
and add cheese sauce and
heat through. Serves 4 to 6
people.

SPIRAL STROMBOLI
Jean Gruenert
Burlington, WI
1 tube (11 ounces) refriger-
ated crusty French loaf
3/4 to 1 cup shredded moz-
zarella cheese
3/4 to 1 cup shredded ched-
dar
1/4/ pound each of thinly
sliced deli salami and
ham
1/4 cup chopped roasted red
peppers or 1 jar (2
ounces) pimentos,
drained
1 tablespoon butter, melted
2 to 3 tablespoons shredded
Parmesan cheese
Unroll dough and pat into
14x12 inch rectangle.
Sprinkle with mozzarella
and cheddar cheeses to with-
in 1/2 inch of edges. Top with
meat and peppers. Roll up
jelly roll style, starting with
a short side. Seal seam and
tuck ends under.
Place seam side down on
ungreased baking sheet. (I
would use the nonstick
parchment or nonstick foil.)
Brush with butter and
sprinkle with Parmesan
cheese. Bake at 375 degrees
for 25-30 minutes or until
golden. Let cool to touch and
then slice with serrated
knife.

BERRIES AND CREAM


DESSERT
Rita Farmer, Houston, TX
3/4 cup sour cream
1/3 cup packed brown sugar
1 cup vanilla ice cream
3/4 cup whipping cream
1 tablespoon sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
3 cups fresh raspberries or
strawberries
In bowl, whisk the sour
cream and brown sugar. Stir
in ice cream. Refrigerate. In
chilled mixing bowl, beat
whipping cream until it
begins to thicken. Add sugar
and vanilla. Beat until stiff
peaks form and sugar is dis-
solved. Fold in sour cream
mixture and berries. Pour
into serving dishes. Serve
immediately or refrigerate.

FIESTA DIP
Rhonda Cowden, Quincy, IL
2 cups (16 ounces) sour
cream
1 can (16 ounces) refried
beans
1 can (4 ounces) chopped
green chilies or jalapenos
1 envelope fiesta ranch dip
mix
2 cups (8 ounces) shredded
Mexican cheese blend or
cheddar cheese, divided
Sliced ripe olives,
chopped tomatoes, sliced
green onions and shredded
lettuce (as desired)
Tortilla Chips
In shallow 1-1/2 quart,
micro safe dish, combine
sour cream, beans, chilies
and dip mix. Stir in 1 cup
cheese. Cover and
microwave on high for 3
minutes. Stir, rotate dish 1/4
turn, cover and microwave 2
minutes longer or until
heated through. Sprinkle
with remaining cheese. Top
with olives, tomatoes, onions
and lettuce, as desired.
Serve with tortilla
chips. Makes 5 cups.

What is better on a hot


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and ice cold. Makes up in
minutes for breakfast, lunch
or dinner::
CREAMY ORANGE DRINK
Sybil Brown, Highland, CA
2 cups orange juice
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup milk
1/4 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
1 tablespoon instant vanilla
pudding mix
1 tablespoon whipped top-
ping (or dry mix if you
have it)
1 tablespoon powdered
nondairy creamer
6 to 8 ice cubes
In blender, combine all
ingredients, cover and
process until slushy. Serve
immediately. Recipe serves
5. Mix several batches
(except ice cubes), keep in
fridge and zip a glassful in
the blender for a quick pick-
me-up at any time you need
it.
Prairie Community Services held its annual employee
recognition luncheon at Seven Clans Casino on Friday, July
11. The theme was Fiesta. Prairie Community Services
operates group homes for developmentally disabled indi-
viduals. PCS has five group homes in Thief River Falls and
two in Red Lake Falls, employing approximately 80 dedi-
cated individuals in the area.
Miss TRF and Riverfest/Continued
Monetary donations are sought to restore
the Pinecreek Log Church at the Roseau
Pioneer Farm. Here, the church is pictured
at its original location. (Submitted)
Help restore the
Pinecreek Log Church
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Falls. As first runner-up,
Jobe will receive a $500
scholarship. Each contestant
participating in Tuesdays
Miss Thief River Falls
Pageant will also receive a
$100 scholarship.
Cyrina Ostgaard,
Crookston, is the first ever
Miss Riverfest. In addition
to the traditional crown and
sash, Ostgaard will receive a
$1,000 scholarship, Artistry
Makeup gift package, crown
box, crown pin and competi-
tion entry into the Miss
Minnesota 2015 Pageant.
Ostgaards platform is
Encouraging Young Women
in the STEM Fields. Her
talent performance was an
original comedic monologue
Charlene. She is a student
at the University of
Minnesota, Duluth, where
she is pursuing degrees in
chemistry, biochemistry and
molecular biology. She would
eventually like to go into
medical research and cure
diseases through working
with stem cells.
Other Miss Riverfest com-
petitors included first run-
ner-up McKaela Larson,
Crookston, Morgan Berg,
Greenbush, and Nadja
Melby, Middle River. As first
runner-up, Larson will
receive a $500 scholarship,
and each Miss Riverfest
competitor will receive a
$100 scholarship.
Each division winner in
the Miss Thief River Falls
and Miss Riverfest pageants
will receive a $100 scholar-
ship for each division that
she won. Division winners
for the Miss Thief River
Falls Pageant include:
Interview - Jobe; Talent -
Johnson; Evening Gown -
Johnson; Lifestyle and
Fitness - Johnson; On Stage
Question - Vedbraaten.
Division winners for the
Miss Riverfest Pageant
include: Interview - Larson;
Talent - Berg; Evening Gown
- Ostgaard; Lifestyle and
Fitness - Berg; On Stage
Question - Larson.
Additional scholarships
were awarded to: $100 for
Miss Congeniality, which
was a tie between Berg and
Jobe; the $100 Miracle
Maker Award, which was
presented to Melby; the $100
Platform Award, which went
to Vedbraaten; and the $200
Community Service Award,
which went to Vedbraaten.
Little Miss Thief
River Falls Pageant
This year, nine competi-
tors Miranda Novak, 7,
Cassidy Fincher, 8, Shelby
Holthusen, 6, Andi Twamley,
6, Lydia Walseth, 7, Mya
Nicholson, 6, Alyssa Darco,
7, Nevaeh Kotrba, 6, and
Ellie McDermott, 6 vied
for the title of Little Miss
Thief River Falls. Each com-
petitor was asked a question
on stage and each was
judged on a scale of one to
five in three categories
poise, personality and
appearance. After all the
numbers were totalled up,
the 2014 winner was Lydia
Walseth, daughter of Kevin
and Alisha Walseth.
Gary Lane, a beekeeper, showed a frame containing many
of the bees that congregated outside of Aric and Crista
Attigs home in Thief River Falls. Police were called to the
Attigs home Thursday, July 17 after the swarm congregat-
ed on the mailbox and lawn. Lane was then dispatched to
the scene.
Beekeeper Gary Lane allowed some bees to land on his
hand Thursday, July 17 outside of Aric and Crista Attigs
home in Thief River Falls. Lane was called to remove a
swarm of bees that had congregated on the Attigs mail-
box and lawn. He said a worker bee typically finds a suit-
able location. Other bees follow, and they like to hang onto
objects. He thought they came from a property about a
mile away. The bees made their way into a beehive box,
which Lane removed that night.
Help Wanted
WIEBOLT ELECTRIC is seeking
Journeyman and Apprentice
Electricians for work in Bemidji, Thief
River Falls and Crookston. Send
resume to wiebolts
@paulbunyan.net or call 218-444-
8661. 40tfc
Sprayer Operator and/or Truck
Driver for a custom application busi-
ness. Class A needed and/or pass
commercial applicators test. Wages
dependent on experience. Call 218-
478-2247. 4t61p
PULL-TAB SALESPERSON for
Thief River Falls Amateur Hockey.
Apply at the pull-tab booth at the
Rusty Nail in TRF. 36tfc
Part-time/Full-time Position: Will
include design, sales and delivery.
Must be available to work weekends.
Apply in person at Halls Floral, 508
Main Avenue North, TRF ~ 218-
681-1940. 56tfc
PART-TIME COOK: Experience
required. Must be available some
weekends. Competitive wage. Pick
up application @ Main Street Cafe,
118 Main Avenue North, TRF.
2P8t60p
High School Graduates: No expe-
rience? No problem! Cedars/
Quicor is looking for individuals who
are willing to learn the manufacturing
business. We want to train and pro-
mote the right individuals. Must be
18. Stop by for application and inter-
view: 15098 US Hwy 59 NE, TRF.
Call 218-689-6001 (Sean) or 612-
802-1453 (Pam). 4t58c
General Laborers & Welders:
Cedars, 15098 Hwy. 59 NE, TRF.
Stop in to fill out application or call
Sean at 218-689-6001. 9t66c
Full-time PRODUCTION WORKER
at D&D Commodities, Stephen:
Ability to lift 50 lbs. required. $13+
per hour plus benefits. Apply in per-
son or call 218-478-3308 for an
application. 4t59c
Help Wanted
Farmers Co-op Grain and Seed of
Thief River Falls is hiring for full-time
position of driveway-yard man and
misc. duties. Call Dan at 218-681-
6281. 34tfc
FARM HELP wanted, near Halma,
MN: Potatoes and corn. Call 218-
201-0400 or 218-201-0600.
FAMILY BOWL seeks part-time
help: Apply in person at Hwy 32
South in Thief River Falls. 65tfc
CLASS A CDL HOLDERS wanted
now! $2,000 early start-up bonus!
Be home daily. Touch-free, easy line
haul. Drive new trucks in a safety
focused environment. Competitive
pay and benefits. Apply online at
transystemsllc.com or call 800-557-
3520. Let Transystems be the
company for you! 5t60c
Cash Register Setup Assistant:
This position will be responsible for
light setup programming and sales
prospecting supported by several
sales programs. Call 218-683-5184.
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. 55tfe
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THE CLASSIFIEDS
Saturday, July 19, 2014
High School Night
Cleaner/Custodian
Marshall County Central Schools is seeking a full-time
general cleaner/custodian for the High School building.
Hours will typically be from 1:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
with lunch break. Position could be school year or year
round. Year round option provides health insurance,
vacation time, paid holidays, and other benefits. If year
round option is considered, summer hours would be a
day shift from around 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Preference
given to applicants with previous cleaning/custodial
experience. Must pass criminal background check. Pay
starts at $11.00 per hour with additional pay available
for candidates with boiler license.
Application available:
www.newfolden.k12.mn.us/job-postings.html
E-mail cover letter, application, resume, and
credentials to jlund2@newfolden.k12.mn.us or mail
to: Jeffrey Lund, Supt./ Elementary Principal
P.O. Box 189, Newfolden, MN 56738
Please apply promptly, position is open until filled.
Marshall County Central Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Position Available
Northwest Community Action Head Start is looking for
a full-time Head Start Teacher in Warroad.
This position will teach Head Start children ages 3-5 in our Warroad
Center building 4 days/week. Additional time is utilized for prep, training
and home visits.
Qualifications include a Bachelors degree
and licensure in Early Childhood.
Applicants with a related teaching license or other related Bachelors
degree and experience may be considered. This position is a full-time,
school year, permanent position.
To apply or for more information, contact Mark Carlson, Northwest
Head Start, 312 Main St. N., Box 67, Badger, MN 56714
218-528-3227 or email mcarlson@nwcaa.org.
Position open until filled.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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or NAPA Auto Parts, Hwy 11 West Baudette, MN
& Baudette, MN
NAPA Auto Parts is seeking a friendly and outgoing
associate, responsible for customer service as an Inside
Counter Person.
Full Time Benefits Include:
- Flexible Scheduling
- Time and a Half Pay on Holidays
- Employee Discounts
- 401K and Profit Sharing Available
- Paid Training
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Part Time
Deli Help
Needed
The New
at the Cenex
Travel Center in Warroad
is seeking friendly and
outgoing Deli Help,
responsible for
customer service and
food preparation.
Part Time Benefits Include:
Flexible Scheduling
Time and a Half Pay
on Holidays
Employee Discounts
401K and Profit Sharing
Available
Paid Training
Life Insurance
Short & Long Term
Disability
Apply in person to
Jamie Bender at Cenex
Farmers Union Oil Co.,
418 State St, Warroad, MN
Cooks Needed
5:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Must be able to work some
weekends. Call 378-4702 or
come in and get an app at
the Goodridge Cafe.
is now
hiring
4 part-time positions
Front Desk
Housekeeping
Night Auditor
Light Maintenance/
Groundskeeper
FOR MORE INFORMATION,
PLEASE CONTACT DEBBIE
AT 218-681-3000
OR YOU MAY PICK UP AN
APPLICATION AT
1586 Hwy 59 SE Thief River Falls
Dependable General
Construction with all different
levels of experience needed.
Work Full-Time Wage DOE
Mitch Borowicz, Owner Argyle, MN
218-437-6434 218-686-4946
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
Help Wanted
PART-/FULL-TIME
BARTENDERS
WAITRESSES & COOKS
WANTED
APPLY IN PERSON
RUSTY NAIL
307 Main Ave. N., T.R. Falls
HELP WANTED
Part-time/Full-time Truck Driver
CDL license required.
Apply in person to TRF Pallet
823 Dewey Ave.
(218) 681-1007
P.O. Box 411, Thief River Falls, MN 56701
POSITION AVAILABLE
Experienced Small
Engine/Power Sports
Technician
for Motorcycle, ATV and
Snowmobile Dealership.
Contact Randy or
e-mail randy@rvsports.com
Looking for
Skilled Operators,
Laborers and
Truck Drivers
Job located in
western North Dakota
Contact J.J. at
701-629-5376
Help Wanted Help Wanted
Daytime Customer
Service Person
Includes Cashier & Deli
Position
Apply In Person:
17107 Hwy 59 NE
Thief River Falls
Now Hiring Now Hiring
Full-/Part-Time
Deli / Till Positions
3 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Perfect for Students!
Pick up applications at:
17107 Hwy 59 NE
Thief River Falls
DEPENDABLE PART-TIME
HELP WANTED
EVERY FRIDAY BEGINNING AT 9:30 A.M.
DUTIES INCLUDE: Working On The Automatic Inserter,
Bagging and Mailing the Northern Watch Newspaper
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
St. John
Lutheran School
is accepting applications for an
ELEMENTARY TEACHER
to teach in a multi-grade class-
room for grades K-2 for the
upcoming 2014-2015 school
year. Qualifications require an
Elementary teaching degree as
well as a love for Christ and
desire to teach about him and his
work on the cross to children.
Applicants can call the St. John
Church at 681-4488 for more
information. Applicants can
either drop of or mail your
resume to 101 Pine Ave Thief
River Falls, MN 56701.
Red Lake County Central
Elementary School
is currently accepting
applications for an
Elementary
Teaching Position
Coaching and extracurricular
activities are available
To apply, send letter of application,
resume, transcript, 3 reference letters
and licensure to:
Jim Guetter, Superintendent
RLCC Schools
PO Box 7, Plummer, MN 56748
Position open until filled.
Inquiries and questions can
be addressed by calling
218-465-4222 or
emailing rlccsupt@gvtel.com
HELP WANTED
Full-Time Lube Tech
between 35 - 40 hrs /week
Experience preferred but
will train the right person.
Apply at
Oil Boyz - TRF
No Phone Calls Please
PRODUCTION WORKERS
NORTHERN PRIDE INC.
is now accepting applications for
PRODUCTION
WORKERS
Competitive pay starting at
$10.55 up to $12.05
within 90 days.
Year-end Bonus up to 10% 401k
Apply in person to
401 Conley Ave S
or call
218-681-1201 Ext. 11
MAINTENANCE
North American
Bison, LLC in New
Rockford, ND
has an immediate opening for a
Maintenance
Mechanic
Experience with
electrical and
refrigeration a plus.
Starting wage is
$20/hour DOE.
Fax resumes to
701-947-2105
or email to:
mjacobson@nabison.com
or call 701-947-2505
x 342 to set up an
appointment to apply
in person
Help Wanted
Laborers
Shop Experience
Helpful
All applicants must be
able to pass drug test.
Apply in person at
Lindholm Welding
1325 Main Ave. N.
Thief River Falls
Help Wanted
Help Wanted
This years winners of the Kickn Up Kountry Camp
Decorating Contest have been announced. Red solo cups
werent only in the hands of festival-goers, but hung quite
decoratively in Myles and Camille Hogensons winning
campsite at Kickn Up Kountry, winning a pair of VIP
Custom tickets for next years festival. The couple had
quite the creative crew. (Submitted)
Winning second place in the Kickn Up Kountry Camp
Decorating Contest and receiving a pair of general admis-
sion tickets to next years festival, was Jim Fishers
Roadhouse Group from Lengby. (Submitted)
Taking third place in the Kickn Up Kountry camp decorat-
ing contest and winning a 97 KYCK Party Pack was
Mikey Totleban from the Gateway Motel in Hallock.
(Submitted)
Kickn Up Kountry event winners announced
Kickn Up Kountrys 11th
Annual Music Festival fea-
tured special events that
included multiple prizes and
several happy winners from
across the region.
The Helicopter Ball Drop
involved an actual helicop-
ter, which hovered over a
bulls-eye at Wagon Wheel
Ridge during the festival
and dropped hundreds of
numbered balls in order to
produce winners from the
commemorative event. The
owners of the balls that were
measured closest to the
bullseye were awarded
prizes. Each ball was pur-
chased for $10 to buyers
across the northwest; win-
ners did not have to be pres-
ent to win and were able to
purchase as many balls as
desired to increase their
winning odds.
This years winners were:
First place: Ryan Grovos
of Argyle won a $1,000 cash
prize;
Second place: Greg
Halvorson of Roseau won a
$300 cash prize;
Third place: Jennifer
Stocker of East Grand Forks
won a $200 cash prize;
Fourth place: Sheila
Stoskopf of Swift won a 2015
general admission ticket to
Kickn Up Kountry
Fifth place: Jennifer
Stocker of East Grand Forks
won a free primitive camp-
site to Kickn Up Kountry for
2015
The new event was indeed
a hit and will continue to be
a part of Kickn Up
Kountrys many happenings.
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Villa St. Vincent, located in Crookston, MN, is a prestigious,
award-winning senior living community where health, independence
and choice come to live, is currently accepting applications for the
following FT/PT positions.
Charge Nurse:
PM and Night Shift LPN preferred, RNs welcome to apply. $1500
signing bonus for full-time LPNs.
Nursing Assistant:
Villa St. Vincent offers CNA Classes! And... Employees of the Villa are
offered the class at no charge. And... receive paid classroom hours!
Start your career today - $600 signing bonus for full-time (30+ hrs/wk)
CNAs.
CNA Weekend Status:
24 hours/week; 12 hour shifts on Sat & Sun, regular wage + weekend
status incentive pay. This is a perfect opportunity for students, parents
or anyone that is seeking flexibility during the weekdays.
For full job descriptions and to apply online, please visit our website
at www.villastvincent.org, contact HR at 218-281-9733 or stop in and
pick up an application.
516 Walsh Street | Crookston, MN 56716
hospitality | stewardship | respect | justice
Villa St. Vincent is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Now Hiring!
Production Positions
Gwinner, ND
Multiple Openings - All Shifts Available
Assemblers, Welders, Material Handlers, Operators
Apply online by visiting
www.bobcat.com/careers and
searching the Gwinner, ND location
We are an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration
for employment without regard to sex, age, race, color, religion, creed, citizenship status,
national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, or any
other status or characteristic protected by law. If you have a disability and need assistance
during the application process, please call 701-476-4263.
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$2026/Hour
after completion of 60-day probationary period
Excellent Benets
Health, Dental, Pension, 401k, Paid Vacation,
Paid Holidays, Life Insurance
Progressive Pay Scale - Promotional Opportunities -
Overtime May Be Required
CHS Northwest
Insurance Services
has an exciting opportunity in our
Country Operations Division at our
St. Hilaire location. We are looking for an
Insurance Agent
to conduct outside sales. You must have excellent
communication skills, both verbal and written.
You will:
Sell Ag insurance to producers and ranchers to include:
Crop insurance, Farm/Ranch insurance, Home Owners,
Auto. No life/health insurance sales required.
Build and maintain relationships with producers and
ranchers.
Work directly with current and potential customers
making presentations.
Identify potential risks, provide counsel, make
recommendations, and provide solutions to producers
and ranchers through sales techniques.
Develop marketing plans to grow insurance business.
Basic Qualifications: (required)
Current Property & Casualty license for the State of
Minnesota
Insurance sales experience
Experience cold calling to potential customers
Preferred Qualifications: (desired)
Bachelors degree
Ag insurance sales experience
Current book of business
Please send resume to:
Northwest Insurance Services
Attn: Lonnie Longtin, 315 N. Broadway Ave.,
St. Hilaire, MN 56754
INBOUND SALES OPPORTUNITIES!
To learn more, call or visit us online at
218-681-7930 DIGIKEY.COM/CAREERS
Digi-Key is an Equal Opportunity/Afrmative Action employer.
Responsibilities:
Respond to inbound phone calls from customers
Process orders submitted via fax, email and the Internet
Provide information in response to customer inquiries via phone, fax and email
Direct calls to appropriate departments or personnel
Other tasks as assigned or required
Requirements:
Positive perspective
Able to learn and perform multiple tasks quickly and accurately
Self-motivated with the ability to work independently as well as part of a team
Good alphanumeric skills
Customer relations experience
Computer experience
Good communication skills, voice quality and tone
Good listening skills to gain full understanding of customer needs
Farmers Union Oil Company, a member-owned
cooperative in Warroad, MN is seeking a motivated
office professional.
Typical duties of the Office Clerk would be working with accounts
payable, accounts receivable and cash management, also
performing other duties as assigned by manager. Position is Full
Time, Weekdays with 401k and health insurance.
The successful candidate will meet the following requirements:
- Office Experience a Plus
- Demonstrated ability to calculate figures and amounts such as
discounts, interest, and percentages.
- Commitment to excellence and high standards.
- Excellent written and oral communications skills.
- Ability to manage priorities and work flow.
-Versatility, flexibility, and a willingness to work with constantly
changing priorities with enthusiasm.
- Acute attention to detail.
-Computer Skills: Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word.
-Ability to deal effectively with a diversity of individuals at all
organizational levels.
-Good judgement with the ability to make timely and sound
decisions.
-Candidates must also have excellent interpersonal skills and the
ability to lead a team successfully.
FULL TIME OFFICE CLERK WANTED
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Interested applicants are encouraged to send resume and
letter of interest by July 25 to:
Email Resume to Attn: Travis Mashak;
Mail resume to Travis Mashak PO Box 44 Warroad, MN 56763 or
In person at Farmers Union Oil Company, 418 State St. Warroad.
Refer to ID 08052013 when applying.

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Program Director Wanted
Prairie Community Services, Inc. is looking for a full-time Program
Director to lead and supervise an Adult Foster Care program working
with people with developmental disabilities, a traumatic brain injury,
and/or a mental illness diagnosis. This program is located in Thief
River Falls, MN. Prefer an individual with proven success leading and
supervising a program. This person must have a strong passion and
desire to develop staff and consumers to their full potential. Considered
applicants as a Program Director must have a BA or BS degree in the
human services field. This is a salaried position which includes paid
leave time, retirement benefits, health insurance reimbursement and life
insurance. We are willing to negotiate a competitive wage.
For additional information or for an application,
please call Deb Vigness @ 218-683-3580.
Resumes and applications can be emailed to
dvigness@pcs.sfhs.org or mailed to
Prairie Community Services, Attn: Program Administrator,
510 Greenwood St. W., Thief River Falls, MN 56701.
EOE/AA
CORRECTIONS OFFICER
PART-TIME POSITION
Applications will be accepted by the Pennington County Sheriffs
Office until 10 am on Monday, July 28, 2014. Corrections Officers
are responsible for maintaining an orderly and secure jail.
Applicants must have strong communications skills and be able to
multi-task. Pay and benefits in accordance with the union contract.
A complete job description and application forms are available at
the LEC, 102 West 1st Street, TRF or at
http://co.pennington.mn.us/employment/employment.asp
Equal Opportunity Employer
slumberland
F U R N I T U R E
Part Time & Full Time
Warehouse/Delivery
We offer super opportunities for the right people. Great working
environment and training. Applicants must have a valid drivers
license and clean driving record. Also, must be able to lift over 50 lbs.
Apply in person.
1875 Hwy 59 South
Thief River Falls, MN
Red Lake Falls Public Schools
Full-Time Elementary Teacher
Red Lake Falls School District is accepting applications for a
FT Elementary Teacher. The candidate should possess strong
classroom management skills and work well as a team player.
Extracurricular opportunities may be available.
To apply: Please submit a letter of application, resume, three
letters of recommendation and current copy of Minnesota
teaching license to:
Chris Bjerklie, Principal - J.A. Highes Elementary,
601 1st St. NE, PO Box 7, Red Lake Falls, MN 56750
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
The Northwest Private Industry Council
is currently seeking a full-time Executive Director
The Director is responsible for providing administrative
staff support and counsel to the Northwest Workforce In-
vestment Board and for the oversight and delivery of em-
ployment and training programs for the seven counties in
Northwest Minnesota. Position requires graduation from an
accredited four-year college with a Bachelors degree in so-
cial work, social sciences, business administration, public
administration, or related fields. For more information and
to review the full job description, please visit our website at
www.nwpic.net. Application deadline July 31, 2014.




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Help Wanted:
Field Drainage of Brooks, MN, a family owned
and operated business, is
NOW HIRING equipment operators and laborers.
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 218-696-4628
HEALTHCARE JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Are you looking for a rewarding career in
health care? Join the health care team at
LifeCare Medical Center.
The following positions are currently available:
Nursing Assistant/Registered
Roseau Manor, Float Staff
*NEW- Sign on bonus up to $500 for permanent
NA/R hires working at or over 24 hrs. per week.
EMT
Food Service Aide - Roseau
Housekeeping Aide - Roseau
Ward Clerk - Acute Care
Home Care Aide
Phlebotomist
Cook - Greenbush Manor
Food Service Supervisor -
(Greenbush Manor)
Licensed Practical Nurse - Float Staff
(Roseau Manor/Greenbush Manor)
Registered Nurse
(Roseau Manor, Acute Care)
For More Information Or To Apply, Please Contact:
Carol Klotz, Human Resources, LifeCare Medical Center, 715
Delmore Drive, Roseau, MN 56751 or email
cklotz@lifecaremc.com
(218) 463-2500 or (218) 463-4309
Check out our website at
www.lifecaremedicalcenter.org
EOE
Machinewell, Inc.
Machinewell, Inc. has a position for a CNC Turning Center
Set-up/Operator. Applicants are responsible for working
from blueprints, specifications, and/or instructions to
rough and finish parts to close tolerances. Sets up and
operates CNC machines, including reviewing CNC
program and blueprints, varies speeds and feeds for
tooling and operating machines to produce quality parts.
Ability to create and edit simple programs at the control.
Previous experience in CNC set-up and operation is
preferred. Accuracy with numbers is essential. Must be
able to lift and carry heavy (up to 45 lbs.) and/or awkward
items. Ability to work under pressure against tight
deadlines is also key. This position is full-time with major
medical insurance, vacation, 401(k) plan and profit
sharing. Forty (40) hours a week minimum (overtime as
needed), four 10 hour shifts per week (6:30 a.m. - 5:00
p.m.), Monday - Thursday. Salary based on experience.
Please contact Steve Anderson
Machinewell, Inc.
P.O. Box 157
Grygla, MN 56727
218-294-6101 ext. 6976
Fax: 218-294-6587
Email: sanderson@machinewell.com
High School Special
Education Paraprofessional
Marshall County Central School District has a full-time
school year special education paraprofessional position
open in the high school. Person would work under
direction of classroom special education teacher
assisting students with IEP goals. Qualifications include
2 years post high school education and passing of
criminal background check. Starting pay is $10.50 per
hour with some additional fringe benefits. Applications
are available from the district office or online at:
www.newfolden.k12.mn.us/job-postings.html. Please
E-mail cover letter, application, resume, and credentials
to rjohnson@newfolden.k12.mn.us or mail to:
Ryan Johnson, High School Principal
P.O. Box 189
Newfolden, MN 56738
(218) 874-7225
Please apply promptly, position is open until filled.
Marshall County Central Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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MANAGER, EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
Position Overview:
Administer employee benet programs to ensure that all programs perform cost
effectively and meet strategic employee recruitment and retention goals. Develop,
implement, and maintain a variety of other key employee programs and Human
Resources projects that meet strategic company goals and provide a return on
investment for Digi-Key.
Requirements/Skills:
Bachelor or higher level degree in Human Resources, Business Administration
or related area.
Excellent knowledge of employee benet programs and general Human
Resources administrative principles and processes
Minimum ve + years of effective supervisory experience
Minimum ve + years of effective Human Resources administrative experience,
including benets administration experience
Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent presentation skills
High degree of professionalism and ability to communicate effectively at all
levels within the organization
Highly collaborative with consensus-building skills
To learn more, call or visit us online today
218-681-7930
DIGIKEY.COM/CAREERS
Resumes and cover letters may be submitted to hr@digikey.com
Digi-Key is an Equal Opportunity/Afrmative Action Employer.
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The following position is available in School District #564, Thief River Falls, Minnesota:
SCHOOL DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION
SUPERVISOR
The Transportation Supervisor is responsible to plan, direct, and evaluate bus
routes, supervise staff and driving operations to insure safety and proficiency in
effective manner meeting standards and procedures as outlined by the School
District and the State of Minnesota.
Qualifications:
Education: High school diploma or GED required. 2-4 years post secondary
education preferred.
Experience: Minimum of four years of increasingly responsible experience in
automotive or fleet operations preferred, or an equivalent combination of educa-
tion, experience and/or training.
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bus endorsement; current CPR/First Aid; DOT physical with medical examiners
certificate.
Clearances: Criminal Justice Fingerprint/Background Clearance; DOT Driving
Record Clearance Report.
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Screening.
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Develop and administer a transportation program to meet all the requirements of
the instructional program and extracurricular activities. (Job Description avail-
able on School District Web Site.)
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Salary and benefits: To be negotiated commensurate with successful candidates
experience and qualifications.
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District/Employment/Human Resources
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Available for pick up at: School District Service Center
230 LaBree Ave. So.
Thief River Falls, Minnesota 56701
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Now Hiring
Equipment Operators Truck Drivers
Heavy Equipment & Truck Mechanics
Asphalt Plant Operator Paving Foreman
Paver Operator Laborers
Flexible Hours
New Asphalt Plant Company looking for
employees with asphalt background.
218-686-7908 email: taggart59@hotmail.com
Taggart Contracting Inc. Newfolden
Join Our
Winning Team
Slumberland Furniture has an immediate opening for a
full or part time Sales Associate.
lf you enjoy working with people in a fun and tnanoially rewarding
environment, this is the opportunity for you. Potential full time earnings
of $30,000 to $50,000 per year. Complete sales training is provided,
plus we offer an exoellent oompensation and benetts, inoluding 401k,
paid vaoations, merohandise disoounts, major medioal and muoh more.
Weekend & evening hours required.
Apply in person at our store at 1875 wy 59 3outh, 1hief River lalls, MN.
slumberland

F U R N I T U R E
Registered Nurse
Prairie Community Services, Inc. wants to hire a RN to provide
medical oversight and RN services for people with developmental dis-
abilities and also people with mental health issues living at six Adult
Foster Care sites and one Intermediate Care Facility for Developmental
Disability (ICF/DD) in Thief River Falls and Red Lake Falls. Prefer an
individual with experience working independently and also as a mem-
ber of a team. This person must have a strong passion and desire to
develop staff to work effectively with people with DD challenges, men-
tal health issues, and/or traumatic brain injury in residential settings.
Duties include staff training and medical oversight, medication admin-
istration training, and other nursing duties for these programs. This
person must be able to pass state background study and meet organiza-
tional driving criteria. This position is flexible part-time to full-time,
includes vacation, retirement benefits, health insurance reimbursement,
and life insurance. A competitive wage is negotiable.
For additional information or for an application,
please call Deb Vigness @ 218-683-3580.
Resumes and applications can be emailed to
dvigness@pcs.sfhs.org or mailed to
Prairie Community Services, Attn: Program Administrator,
510 Greenwood St. W., Thief River Falls, MN 56701.
EOE/AA
MN Greenleaf
Senior Living
is looking for a kind hearted,
responsible and compassionate
individual to join our staff!
We have the following PT & FT positions available:
OVERNIGHT POSITION 2-10 P.M. LPN
CAREGIVERS CNAS
Health insurance is offered to eligible employees.
Please stop in to complete an application at
1006 Greenwood Street East, Thief River Fal l s, MN 56701
Have you been unemployed for
15 weeks or more?
Exhausted your unemployment benefits?
The Dislocated Worker Program
can connect you to employers, job-readiness workshops,
occupational training and other services to getyou in the
right job or to help you find a new career.
The NWPIC serves the counties of
Kittson, Marshall, Norman, Pennington, Polk, Red Lake and Roseau.
Call us today at 218-470-0170, to see how we may assist.
Johnsons
Riverside
is now hiring
full and parttime
Direct Care Sta
We are looking for caring,
exible and hardworking
individuals.
No experience necessary.
Benets available for
those who qualify, and our
starting wage has just
increased.
For more information
contact Tabi at
2186811278
Oakland Park Communities is looking for compassionate,
dedicated, and caring individuals to join our team! We are
hiring for the following positions:
Full- and Part-Time CNA
Full-Time LPN
Part-Time RN
Proper certification required for each position.
Position requires every other weekend/holiday. Health, Vision,
Dental, Flexible Spending, Colonial Life and 401(k) is offered for
eligible employees.
Interested applicants may contact the
Director of Nursing at Oakland Park Communities,
fill out an application online at
www.oaklandparktrf.com
or stop in and complete an application at
123 Baken Street, Thief River Falls, MN
218-681-1675
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HELP WANTED:
Light Mechanic Position/ Station Attendant
Light Mechanic Duty, Tire Repair, Service Vehicles and
Minor Shop Work. Valid drivers license is a must. Bene-
fits include health insurance, HSA, 401k, vacation.
Send resume to Gully Tri-CO-OP Association
P.O. Box 29, Gully, MN 56646 or Call Gary at
218-268-4181 or Russ at 218-268-4188
Gtca2@gvtel.com
PRAIRIE COMMUNITY SERVICES
has openings for PT Consumer Counselors in Red Lake
Falls for caring people to work with developmentally dis-
abled adults in the warm atmosphere of a home. There are
a variety of shifts available with flexible schedules.
Starting wage is $10.60/hr. You will need a valid drivers
license and a clean driving record to be eligible for hire and
must pass a Background Check.
For more information, please contact Pam (218-253-2219)
or Julie (218-253-4315)
EOE/AA
www.applytopolaris.com
NOW HIRING!
$1000
REFERRAL BONUS
EOE
Must be 18 years old. No high school diploma or GED required.
2nd/3rd Shift Assembly Operator - Starting Pay: $14.75
As an assembly operator you will be required to perform a wide variety of tasks to prepare or build up vehicle parts, sub-systems, and
components. You will install these systems on a moving assembly line, and perform inspections to ensure good quality. The position
requires the use and operation of various power tools, hoists, and production equipment. You will be working in a repetitive, fast-paced
environment and participate in teams to improve processes. This job requires you to lift up to 40lbs, bend, twist, turn, kneel, squat, reach
overhead, perform strong pinch and grip, push/pull up to 100lbs, and stand/walk up to 8 hour a day.
2nd/3rd Shift Welder - Starting Pay: $17.60
Welders perform GMAW welding on carbon steel or aluminum and may operate Robotic welding equipment, including loading and
unloading of parts from xtures. Welders perform quality inspections and participate in teams to improve processes. This job requires you
to lift up to 40 lbs., bend, twist, turn, kneel, squat, reach overhead, perform strong pinch and grip, push/pull up to 100lbs, and stand/walk up
to 8 hour a day.
2nd/3rd Shift Material Handler / Forklift Driver - Starting Pay: $15.56
As a material handler you will operate a forklift or tugger, process inventory transactions and transport materials and product to and within
assigned departments and work areas. Material transport includes the loading and unloading of material from trailers at the load/unload
docks. This position requires attention to detail in accurately verifying parts, quantities and purchase order information against packing
slips. Material Handlers work in a fast paced environment where safety rules and regulations must be strictly followed. An individual in this
position must complete training/certication as a Polaris forklift driver. This job requires you to lift up to 40 lbs., bend, twist, turn, kneel, squat,
reach overhead, perform strong pinch and grip, push/pull up to 100lbs, and stand/walk up to 8 hour a day.
$400 Sign-On / $1000 Referral / $750 Relocation
Take the opportunity to join the team that builds some of the top vehicles in the world!
For Rent
WHEATLAND ESTATES in Thief
River Falls is currently accepting
applications for 2-bedroom, 2-bath
and 3-bedroom, 2-bath units,
available September 1st. Call 218-
686-1998. 58tfc
TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT in
Thief River Falls, 218-436-3145.
52tfc
Three Bedroom Mobile and Three
Bedroom Apartment: Non-HUD, no
pets, no smoking. Deposit/
References/Lease. Call 218-681-
2863. P4t58p
Summerfield Place of Thief River
Falls 55+ one bedroom and one
bedroom + den apartment. Central
air, washer/dryer, dishwasher,
microwave, heated parking, elevator,
guest suite, community room. Heat
and water paid. Call 218-681-5194.
55tfc
SMALL 1-BEDROOM HOUSE
available August 1st, $600/month.
Call 218-689-8110 or 218-689-8010.
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PIPELINERS, Cabin for Rent: 4
bedrooms, cable TV, cellular tower 1
mile. Call 218-760-5496. P4t58p
OFFICE SPACE: All utilities and
snow removal paid, $550/month.
West of Petro Pumper. Call 218-
686-6817. 40tfc
MASSAGE ROOM: Complete,
ready to use. Rent includes utilities,
laundry, waiting area, nice colors
and good size ~ $250/month. Just
show up! Altra Care, Hwy 32
South, Thief River Falls ~ 218-681-
2225 (Donna) 4t59c
MAIN STREET MANOR, Oklee: 4
bedroom house includes washer
and dryer. Contact Carol @ 800-
504-6093, Greater MN Management
~ Carol.saga@ gmmco.org ~ EHO
24tfc
HALLOCK (in town): 3 bedroom, 2
bath home with family room and 2-
car detached garage. Available now!
Call 888-210-7637 or 218-469-0800.
FOXTAIL TOWNHOMES has 4-
bedroom, 2-bathroom units available
June 1st. Please call 218-681-2341
or email mary. sieckert@gmmco.org
for more information. 31tfc
For Rent
2-BEDROOM DUPLEX in Red Lake
Falls: No pets, no smoking. Call
218-289-1158 or 218-253-2363.
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Commercial Office Space Available
$
400 per month
309 LaBree Plaza
All Utilities Paid By Owner
218-523-3173 218-416-0471
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VENDORS WANTED
TRF Elks Lodge Vendor & Craft
Sale: Saturday, September 6th,
9am-3pm. For booth space, call
218-686-7718. REMEMBER: The
Elks serve burgers every Friday,
5:30-8pm and Saturday, 11am-
2pm. 1t58p
South on Hwy 59
Right at Care Center: Friday, July
18th, 7am-6pm and Saturday, July
19th, 8am-2pm. Womens clothing,
furniture, tools, log splitter, lots of
misc. household. 1t58p
601 State Avenue North
HUGE SALE: Saturday, July 19th,
8am-3pm. Lots of household
goods, pictures, tools, lawn
mower, 2-wheel electric Scoot-
and-Go minibike, lawn sweeper,
something for everyone! 1t58p
301 Knight Avenue South ~ TRF
BIG SALE: Thursday and Friday,
July 24-25, 7:30am-6pm both
days. Vintage items, glass, enam-
elware, Frankoma, fabric, pottery,
old rocker, old school typing desk,
formica table, bushel baskets, yard
art junque, boxes of misc. 2t59p
210 Snetting Drive (Inside Sale)
Collectors Sale: Wednesday to
Sunday, July 23-27, 1-6:30pm
(Saturday & Sunday 8am-
6:30pm). Kitchen fairies, cup-
saucer sets, other items.
2t57p
1003 Greenwood Street East
Group Yard Sale: Friday, July
18th, 4-8pm and Saturday, July
19th, 8am-noon. Come check it
out! 2t58p
DONS
307 First Street East TRF
Across from Pennington Square
SEWING & VACUUMS
Sales & Service NEW & USED
Small Appliance Repair
New Warranty and Service Center
for Heat Surge Heaters
Serving the area since 1992
681-8664
Machinery
IHC 2350 LOADER: 7 bucket, fits
66, 86, 88 series tractors...$1,500.
Call 218-745-5024. 1t58p
225 Bushel GRAVITY BOX...
$1,000/obo. WANTED: Small hop-
per bin. Call 218-686-0206. P4t59p
1998 MacDon self-propelled
swather: 2007 30ft. double knife
pick-up reel, stub guards, long
guards. Has 2,450 hours, always
shedded. Good canvas, new sick-
les. Call 218-689-1399. 4t60c
1986 CIH 1680: 3626 hours, 2-
wheel drive, but have RWA if need-
ed. Feeder reverser, updated fan
A/C, AHH no rust, good condition
...$9,000. CIH 1020 25 flex head-
er...$3,000 without trailer oar $3,500
with trailer. Call 218-416-2185.
10x61 Scoop-A-Second grain
auger with swing-around hopper
and reverser in nice condition.
ALSO: 30x6-1/2 auger with 7.5hp
electric motor in good condition. Call
218-478-4184. 8t60c
Wil-Rich 35 cultivator, good
shape; Melroe multi-weeder, 45
wide, 3-rank, good shape, 218-289-
5539 or 218-687-3305. F2t58p
Farm Miscellaneous
WANTED: Valmar and Gandy air
seeders, all models. Please call with
what you have. Paul, Daily Bread
Farms, 763-286-2037. 103tfc
Cattle gate, barbed wire, steel
posts and treated posts for sale.
Call 218-687-5315. 1t58p
Daycare
LICENSED DAYCARE has full-
time openings. Please call 218-
681-7242 for more information.
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Firewood/Pellets
DRY TAMARACK: $80 per cord.
Call Ernie: 218-766-1431 or 218-
243-2564. 9P36t87pp
Household
Small REFRIGERATOR: 1.7 cu.ft.,
perfect for dorm room...$50. Call
218-686-9372. 53tfe
Old metal trunk, $10; metal twin
bed frame with ivory/gold flat head
board (no mattress), $50. Call 218-
684-5948, leave a message.
New HD Singer sewing machine
and serger, $375; new KitchenAid
professional mixer plus food
grinder, $250; AeroPilates Per- for-
mer, unused, $250. CASH ONLY
FIRM, 218-242-0105. FP4t58p
BURN LESS WOOD with a Central
Boiler outdoor wood furnace.
Safe, clean and efficient. Underdahl
Hardware Hank ~ 218-874-7485
RICK'S APPLIANCE
Over 20-Years
Experience
All Work Guaranteed
Parts & Labor
Factory Authorized
Service On Most
Major Brands
For Service Call:
681-2263 or 1-800-360-2263
In Home or Shop Service
CALL
NOW FOR
PRICING
STEEL BINS, FANS, ROOF VENTS,
ELECTRIC MOTORS, UNLOAD
EQUIPMENT & OTHER ACCESSORIES
SUPERIOR
Grain Storage and
Handling Systems
A & S Ag Sales
301 Bradford Ave
PO Box 203
Argyle, MN 56713
Travis Anderson (218)-201-0782
Reece Setterholm (218)-280-5890
218-681-8221 1-800-950-9917
Email: sales@trsalvage.com
Website: www.trsalvage.com
Thief River Falls, MN 56701
We are now certified to do
DOT inspections starting
April 1, 2014.
Call for an appointment:
Carlson Prairie
Seed Farm, Inc.
Lake Bronson, MN 56734
CRP Mixtures
Native Grass Wildflowers
Custom Seeding
with Truax Drill
Phone: 218-754-2693
Toll Free: 1-877-733-3087
Notices
BRAY TOWNSHIP
The Bray Town Board will meet at
7:30 p.m. on Monday, July 21, 2014
at the Bray Town Hall. 2t58c
~ David Erickson, Clerk
Want to Rent
RENTAL NEEDED: 1 bedroom
apartment, studio or basement for
NCTC aviation student. Call 701-
495-0036. 4t59p
Manufactured Homes
Manufactured Home Skirting: The
Affordable Concrete Block
Solution. Best Appearance and
Durability on the Market. Contact
Your Home Dealer or Call 218-
686-7952 ~ www.
PCIBlocking.com FP12t68p
FREE 12x50 Trailer to be moved
(currently in Peterson Court, Middle
River). Call 218-222-3954.
1t58f/4t62p
14x70 MOBILE HOME for sale:
Call 218-796-5395. FP4t60p
FOXTAIL
TOWNHOMES
has 4-Bedroom, 2-Bathroom
units available June 1st. Please
call 218-681-2341 or email
Mary at sieckert@gmmco.org
for more information.
www.GMMco.org
FOR RENT
OFFICE BUILDING
Behind Popplers
(113 East 2nd Street)
Approximately 900 Sq. Ft.
Call or see Jeff
at Popplers
218-681-3914
FREE 42 TV
with Year Lease
Prairie Rose in
Red Lake Falls
2 and 3 bedroom available
Rent is based on 30%
of your income.
Call DW Jones Management at
800-810-2853 or email
i nfo@dwj onesmanagement. com
Equal Housing Opportunity
Sherwood
Townhomes TRF
2 and 3 bedroom
townhomes available
Rent includes:
Heat Water Sewer
Income Restrictions Apply
Call DW Jones Management at
800-810-2853 or email
i nfo@dwj onesmanagement. com
Equal Housing Opportunity
TRF
MINI STORAGE
FOR RENT
3 SIZES
CALL
681-6427
NORTHLAND NORTHLAND VILLAGE VILLAGE
IN THIEF RIVER FALLS IN THIEF RIVER FALLS
3 Bedroom Apartment
$664/month
2 Bedroom Apartment
$586/month
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
651-465-6841
Equal Housing Opportunity
~ Inquire At ~
324 Main Avenue North
Thief River Falls, MN
(218) 681-4450
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Great Location
Easy Parking
AVAILABLE
NOW
Campers/RVs
35 MALLARD CAMPER with air
conditioning ...$4,500. Call 218-
689-8727. 2P8t64p
2003 COUGAR 27.5 camper:
Sleeps 4-6, awning, slide-out, in
excellent condition. Call 218-436-
4444 or 218-242-2366 or 218-689-
0485. 1t58p
1993 Dutchman 5th Wheel 24
camper: Everything works...$4,500.
Boat (19) with 115hp Johnson
motor ...$1,800. Call 218-686-0206.
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ATVs/Motorcycles
HONDA SHADOW 1300 with side
bags and mustang seat...$5,500 or
best offer. Call 218-681-5889.
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Dunlop Motorcycle Tires: 25%
Off!! Additional 5% off when you
buy 2 or more. Avon, Bridgestone,
Michelin, Metzler and Pirelli on sale
as well. Many tires in stock.
Mounting available. We fix leaking
fork seals. Carver Performance,
St. Hilaire, MN ~ Toll-free: 888-349-
7469 F4t60c
2004 Suzuki Marauder 800:
Excellent shape...$3,500/obo. For
information, call 218-689-2465.
Warroad Senior Living Center Openings
Dietary Aide
Warroad Senior Living Center is looking for responsible and
dependable applicants for our Dietary Department. Applicants
must be able to work 6:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. every other weekend
and alternating holidays. Must be at least 16 years of age to
apply. We have several part-time positions available with
possibility of full-time.
If you are interested in joining our team, working in our new
state-of-the-art campus, and wish to provide meaningful life
and exceptional care to the elders we serve,
please fill out an application at
Warroad Senior Living Center
1401 Lake Street NW, Warroad, MN 56763
Attn: Stacy Carter, Dietary Director
DOG BOARDING
Family atmosphere,
reasonable rates,
St. Hilaire
218-964-5397
Breeding Goldens for the family and the field
www.sharptailridge.com
THEO MAR
DOG GROOMING
since 1975
Call for an appointment
218-449-3575
Located 10 miles North of TRF on Hwy. 59,
1/2 mile East on Co. Rd 117
Pets
Have an interest in business management and the food business
industry? The City of Thief River Falls, MN is accepting applica-
tions for a Food & Beverage Specialist. Position is 20-32 hours per
week average and includes benefits such as retirement, paid vaca-
tion, sick leave, and holidays. Salary range of $15.31 - $23.55 per
hour dependent upon qualifications and experience. Position over-
sees the City-owned food service/concession locations including
ordering items, menu planning and preparation, and supervision
and training of seasonal & volunteer staff. This position requires
irregular/flexible work hours which will include some nights,
weekends, or holidays. Two years of experience in the food & bev-
erage industry required plus a MN Dept of Health Food Manager
certificate required or within six months of hire. Additional infor-
mation and application available at www.citytrf.net or at the City
Administrators Office.
Applications accepted until 12:00 noon on Aug. 6, 2014
at the City Administrators Office, 405 3rd Street East,
PO Box 528, Thief River Falls, MN 56701
The City of Thief River Falls is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
City Of Thief River Falls
FOOD & BEVERAGE SPECIALIST POSITION
Ralph Engelstad Arena, Huck, And MEC Softball Concessions
The City of Thief River Falls Parks and Recreation Department is
seeking to employ a full-time Parks/Arenas Maintenance employ-
ee to perform maintenance and repair activities of park and recre-
ation facilities and grounds, including monitoring of the heating,
cooling, and refrigeration systems in artificial ice arenas.
Applicant should have two or more years of experience in custodi-
al/construction/ maintenance work or an equivalent combination of
education, training or work experience. Knowledge of heating,
cooling and refrigeration systems in artificial ice arenas is benefi-
cial. A valid State of Minnesota drivers license is required. A
boilers license is required within one year of hire.
Application and additional information available on our website at
www.citytrf.net or at the City Administrators Office. City appli-
cations will be accepted no later than Noon on Wednesday, July 23,
2014 at the Office of the City Administrator, 405 3rd Street East,
PO Box 528, Thief River Falls MN 56701.
City Of Thief River Falls
Parks/Arenas Maintenance
To learn more, call or visit us online today
218-681-7930
DIGIKEY.COM/CAREERS
Digi-Key is an Equal Opportunity/Afrmative Action Employer.
Part Time Opportunity!
Product Distribution Center Team Member
Schedule: Monday Friday 5:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.
Starting Wage: $14.08 per hour
Responsibilities:
Perform a variety of tasks associated with picking or packaging of
electronic parts to ll customer orders
Other tasks as assigned or required
Requirements/Skills:
Excellent communication skills
Enjoy working with numbers and electronic parts
Highly motivated with a positive perspective
Ability to learn and perform multiple tasks quickly
Basic computer skills (i.e. keyboard and mouse skills)
A high school diploma or GED equivalent is required
Accepting applications for various full or part-time positions for the
manufacture of wood and metal products. Training will be provided!
Competitive compensation package available for permanent full-time
positions. Employment application available at www.odcmn.com
Contact Jody Nelson at 218-681-3464 ext. 203 or
jnelson@odcmn.com
Minorities and people with disabilities are
encouraged to apply. EOE/ADA
Custom Products
1724 Hwy 32 S, Box 743
Thief River Falls, MN 56701
NOW HIRING!
Help Wanted
PARADIS, Inc. of Brooks, MN:
Full- or part-time OTR CDL Truck
Drivers. New equipment, competi-
tive wages with great benefits pack-
age. Call 218-698-4613. 4t60c
MECHANICS & CDL DRIVERS:
Minn-Dak Asphalt, Inc. is accepting
applications from dependable, hard
working and efficient individuals to
join our team! If you are interested in
this opportunity, stop in and pick up
an application today or send your
resume to Minn-Dak Asphalt, Inc.,
Attn: Human Resources, 423 Zeh
Street West, Thief River Falls, MN
56701. Phone 218-681-4300 or Fax
218-681-4320. 4t59c
LOCK & LOAD ENTERPRISES:
Individual to help test, assemble and
do miscellaneous jobs. Must be
interested in welding, will train.
Wage DOE. Call 218-686-6518 or
218-686-1026. 8t59c
Hygienist and RDA for progressive
Thief River Falls dental practice,
starting mid-July (Mon-Thurs). Send
resume to helmichfrontdesk@
gmail.com 57tfc
HUGOs Family Pharmacy is now
accepting applications for a full- or
part-time Certified Pharmacy
Technician. Competitive wage, ben-
efits and flexible hours Monday-
Friday 9am-6pm, Saturday 9am-
2pm. Pick up an application at the
pharmacy. 56tfc
Help Wanted
Day & Night
Shifts
$
8.00/hr. or D.O.E.
Apply in Person
Hwy 32 South
Thief River Falls
Semi Driver/
Loader
Dean Foods seeks a Semi
Driver/Loader Operating
out of Thief River Falls, MN.
Candidates must have a
current and valid Class A
CDL. Must be DOT Qualified
and have a good driving
record. Must be able to lift 50
lbs. Must be able to operate
all trucks and equipment
safely. Dean Foods starting
wage $18.38/hr and an
excellent benefit program.
Apply online at
www.deanfoods.com/careers
or send resume to:
Dean Foods
Attn: Larry Amundson
122 Main Ave. S. P.O. Box B
Thief River Falls, MN 56701
Dean Foods is an Equal
Opportunity Employer.
Now Taking Applications for
Part- & Full-Time
Campground
Mini Golf &
Go-Kart
Attendants!
17107 Hwy 59 NE
Thief River Falls
Must be 16 yrs old and able
to alternate weekends
10 a.m. - midnight
Pick up applications at:
is seeking applicants for
FT & PT Cooks
Evenings and weekends
Experience preferred but willing
to train the right person.
Competitive Pay!
Apply in person
to 1080 Hwy 32 South
Thief River Falls
(No phone calls please)
We are currently hiring a
FULL-TIME SERVICE
TECHNICIAN
Includes benefits,
401k and vacation.
Apply in
person at
BRODINS
1902 Highway 32 South
Thief River Falls
Saturday, July 19, 2014
THE CLASSIFIEDS
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OUTDOOR FURNACES
Starting at $4,990
Call Your Local Dealer
at
(218) 686-8927
FREE on-site estimates
Your Complete Family Boating Center
bemidjimarine.com
Alumacraft Boats
Weeres & Premier Pontoons
Glastron Boats
888-759-8875
Hwy 71 North Bemidji
Just West of Hospital
Miscellaneous
TICKET ROLLS! 2,000 per roll, sin-
gle and double rolls. The Times, 324
Main Ave. N., TRF, 681-4450.
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THE BEST RADIANT FLOOR
HEAT WATER TUBING. FREE
ESTIMATE on a Complete System.
Compare & Save! Guaranteed
Lowest Prices ~ www.mikesheat-
ing.com ~ 1-800-446-4043
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OUTDOOR WOODBURNING FUR-
NACES, All Stainless Steel:
Lifetime Warranty. Eliminate High
Fuel Costs. Heat Your House, Shop
& Domestic Water. FREE
Estimates. Guaranteed Lowest
Prices! www.mikesheating.com ~ 1-
800-446-4043 85tfc
FIREPLACES FOR LESS: Gas &
Wood Stoves. Highest Quality at
Guaranteed Lowest Prices!
Compare & Save! FREE INFO. Also,
Pellet Burning Stoves. Online at
www.mikesheating.com ~ 1-800-
446-4043 5tfc
CEMENT MIXERS: Gas and elec-
tric, assorted sizes (Greenbush. Call
218-782-2244. 48tfe
Beautiful All Wood semi-custom
cabinets at HALF the custom price.
Kitchens By George, our award-
winning designer ~ 1-888-751-7522
~ Cabinet Corner, Bemidji.
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ALUMINUM SHEETS
23x35, 0.008 thick, 75 each.
Available at The Times, 324 Main
Avenue North, TRF. (Call ahead to
check availability and for large quan-
tities.) Call 218-681+4450. 89tfe
For Appointments Call:
(218) 681-4087
Maryel Anderson-Broker
(218) 681-7298
Diedre Nordin-Sales
(218) 681-6181
Gail Oyster-Sales
(218) 681-5495
Becky Smith-Sales
(218) 681-3566
Nicole Peterson-Sales
(218) 689-3508
Tracy Hallstrom-Sales
(218) 689-0671
www.trfrealty.com
601 Main Ave. N.
Thief River Falls
Just listed in Warren! Spacious
rambler in a great location!
Gorgeous wood floors! Updated
kitchen with hickory cabinetry,
SS appliances & Jenn Air range!
See-thru fireplace! Full
basement! Insulated attached
garage and over one acre of
yard with 24 x 24 detached
garage. Lots of property for the
money!
Well-built 4 bedroom, 1 bath
rambler in TRF with vinyl siding
and an attached 12 x 20 garage.
Over 1200 sq ft on the main plus
a full basement!
Check out this very nice tri-level
home near Challenger
Elementary in TRF! Spacious
master suite, 2 other bedrooms,
3 baths, vinyl & brick siding, a 22
x 24 attached garage and a 26 x
28 detached heated garage. Nice
big yard and deck!
Just listed in Warren! Cozy 3
bedroom with some hardwood
floors, basement family room,
patio, attached garage and huge
yard!
We have just listed 315 acres of
hunting land in Section 4 of Bray
Township. The property is easily
accessible and there is a acre
site excluded from the Ag Land
Conservation Easement perfect
for building your hunting cabin.
$900/acre
Very comfortable 3 bedroom, 2
bath rambler near Franklin Middle
School in TRF! Newer shingles,
insulated 22 x 24 garage, and deck.
Newly listed! Well-kept
manufactured home in a nice
neighborhood of TRF! 3
nice-sized bedrooms, 2 baths,
open concept living-dining area.
Large yard and 24 x 28 garage!
Just listed! Just minutes from
TRF youll find this spacious 4
bedroom, 2 bath home in a
private wooded 6 acre setting. 2
fireplaces, loads of storage, vinyl
siding, heat pump and other
updates!
$225,000
Just listed in TRF! 4-level home
with 4 bedrooms & 3
bathrooms! Kitchen has
work-island and breakfast bar.
Nice big yard with 2 decks and a
patio! All this in a great
neighborhood!
$99,500
$225,000
$74,900
$129,500
$139,000
$189,900
$178,500
Kerri Flatland, Broker
Thief River Falls
218-688-0074
Patty Wold, Agent
Thief River Falls
218-689-4661
Judy Wiseth, Agent
Thief River Falls
218-684-1207
JanaDee Fuchs, Agent
Fertile
701-371-6193
Machelle Engelstad, Agent
Fertile
218-280-0941
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
MLS#14-1315Nice rambler ina great
neighborhoodnear the park! 2bed, 2bath,
family roomw/bar, screenedroomofthe
back, fencedyard. $119,900
MLS#14-1570Country setting just a
minute fromtown! Everything is onone
foor, nice big foyer, newfooring
throughout most of the home, 1full acre!
$164,900
MLS#14-1317Convenience level, 3-bed
3- bathhome withattached2car garage
w/foor heat, large lot, 20x30gardentilled,
patio, hot tubhookups $199,900
MLS#14-1559Quiet country setting for
this 2bedroomhome on10acres, bath-
roomandkitchenremodel, andmore!
$149,900
MLS#14-1563Secludedina forest of
trees, very private 4bedroom1.75bath
home. 2car detachedgarage. a country set-
ting inthe city. $162,000
MLS#14-689Te size of this lot is amaz-
ing andhas beautiful trees throughout, tons
of perennials. 4+bedrooms, Plummer.
Reduced! $75,000
MLS#14-998Large manufactured3bed,
2bathwithfreplace, 3car garage, andgood
sizedlot inFertile. Only $69,900
MLS #14-1483 Build equity quickly
in this one, large corner lot, 2,604 Sq.
Ft., 4 bed, 2 bath, central air, newer
furnace & water heater, near school.
As Is for only $123,500
MLS#14-1463Wow! Complete kitchen
reno&many more updates, huge master
bed, freplace, family roomwithbar &
kitchenette, sauna/steamroom. $149,900
Property of the Week!
Hwy. 32 South, 304 Riverside Ave. South
P.O. Box 385. Thief River Falls, MN 56701
(218) 681-HOME (4663)
(800) 447-0382
Check Out Our Web Page
www.genereuxrealty.com
Genereux Realty, Inc.
Kermit Genereux, Broker ......... 681-8493
Jan Ness, Sales........................ 681-2767
Cindy Sang, Sales......................782-5922
Jeff Lane, Sales........................ 681-1952
Andy Dessellier, Sales...............791-1191
Chris Reierson, Sales................207-8343
Andy Curry................................686-1837
#13232 River Home! Nelson Drive Area!
Gorgeous River Lot! 1
3
/4 Acres! Right in
Town! Spacious 3 Bedroom Tri-Level Brick
Home! Large Kitchen and Dining Room,
Front Living Room, Walk-out Family Room
on the Lower Level! 2 Wood Fireplaces, 1
3
/4 Baths, Double Attached Garage and A
Double Detached Garage! Room for all the Toys! See Today! Reduced To $274,900
#13204 Large River Home in TRF! 4 +
Bedrooms, Formal Dining Room, Main Floor
Den with Sliding Glass Doors to the Patio, 3
1
/2
Baths! Family Room, Rec Room, Theater
Room, 300 Ft. of River Frontage! 2 Double
Garages and Another Garage for Camper or
Large Boat! Beautifully Landscaped! Many
Updates! Sprinkler System! $349,000
#14138 Great Family Home with 4 Levels!
Main Level has Nice Kitchen, Formal Dining
Room with Sliding Glass Doors to the Deck,
Living Room Plus Big Closets! Upper Level
has 3 Bedrooms and Full Bath, Ground Level
has Family Room, Office or 4th Bedroom.
Laundry and 3/4 Bath, Lower Level has Nice Shop Area for the Hobbiest and Loads
of Storage! Attached Garage and Huge Wooded Lot with Mature Trees! $169,000
#14006 Awesomely Redone! Saved the Old World Charm
and Added Modern Conveniences! See This 3 To 4
Bedroom Home with 1 3/4 Baths Only 12 Miles From
TRF! Huge Lot in Viking! New Hardwood Floors! Nice
Kitchen, Nice Year-round Shady Front Porch! New Siding,
Roof, Sheetrock, Floorings, Electrical And Plumbing! Just
Like a New House! Huge 28x32 Garage! 300x300 Lot!
$169,900
#12206 Reduced! Well Cared for 2 to 3 Bedroom
Home in Red Lake Falls, Nice Kitchen with
Walk-in Pantry, Formal Dining Room with
Corner Hutch, Formal Living Room and Main
Floor Family Room. Huge Main Floor Bath,
Newer Double Garage, a Storage Shed and an
Extra Big Lot!
#14162 Just Listed! 2 Bedroom Home with Full
Bath, Nice Sized Living Room with Newer
Carpeting, Newer Shingles and Furnace,
Hardwood Floors In Bedroom, Economical, Plus
Check out the Huge 36x40 Garage/Shop with
Wood Heat! Room for all Your Toys! Corner Lot
and Only $59,000!!
Genereux Realty has Buyers Looking for Homes Right Now!
CALL THE HOME TEAM AT GENEREUX REALTY 681-HOME (4663)
#14147 Just Listed! River Home! Heres a Great
Chance to Get a River Home Above the Dam!
Everything on One Floor! 3 To 4 Bedrooms,
Family Room with Fireplace, Nice Front Living
Room, TV Room or Den with Formal Dining
Area and a Large Kitchen, 1 3/4 Baths, Gazebo,
Storage Shed, and Guest Cabin! $179,000
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Real estate in Hamre Township, Beltrami County, Minnesota, legally described
as follows:
The South Half of the Southeast Quarter (S1/2SE1/4) of Section
Nineteen (19) in Township One Hundred Fifty-five (155) North,
Range Thirty-seven (37) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian.
The parcel contains 80 acres and includes a well, septic, quonset, and old garage.
There is a mobile home on the parcel that will be removed by the sellers.
Sealed bids will be accepted at Brian K. Rokke Law Office, 107 West Johnson
Avenue, Warren, MN 56762 until 4:30 p.m. on Friday, August 8, 2014. Those
submitting sealed bids will be allowed to raise their bid orally at 11:00 a.m. on
Monday, August 11, 2014, at the American State Bank of Grygla. You may also
bring a sealed bid with you on August 11. The highest bidder wil be required to
pay 10 percent of the bid price on the date of the sale and the balance within
60 days of acceptance of bid.
The seller reserves the right to reject any or all bids. For more information,
contact Brian K. Rokke at 218-745-4421 or Sharon Madoll at 218-684-5758.
Estate of Judy Tanem.
REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE!
Country home
3
1
2 miles North
of Warren on
320th Ave. NW
3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
Finished basement
Many extras
Please call: 218-201-0300
$
118,500
House for
Sale
Near Lyons Park, 4+ Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, additional sunroom with
fireplace & tons of storage in basement.
Call 507-530-5445
We Need More Listings! Call us today for a
FREE market analysis of your property!
Go to reedrealty.org to see a full listing of agents and offices.
Mike Cerny
Realtor/Owner
(218) 686-5206
Wyatt Johnson
Sales
(218) 686-4357
Loren Lusignan
Sales
(218) 689-8451
Paulette Omdahl
Sales
(218) 686-9849
218-683-5263
Sign up for our weekly email to get all of the newMLS listings and updates
in NW MN@ www.reedrealty.org
Ofces in Thief River Falls, Roseau &Baudette
MLS #13-2201 4 Bedroom, 1-
3
4 Bath
Home On The River In TRF
Price Reduced $219,900
MLS #14-879 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath
Home In Rural TRF
$197,500
MLS #14-331 4 Bedroom, 1-
3
4 Bath
In Rural TRF $289,900
MLS #14-1375 2+ Bedroom,
2 Bath Country home near Newfolden
$149,900
MLS #14-1131 3 Bedroom, 1-
1
2
Bath in Grygla $139,900
MLS #14-1125 4 Bedroom 1-
3
4 Bath
just outside of Warroad $225,000
MLS #13-2135 Duplex in TRF
2 Bedroom and 1 Bedroom Units $110,000
www.reedrealty.org
Turnkey restaurant in downtown
with Iarge 2 bedroom apartment
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Great commerciaI opportunity
right in downtown Thief River!
MLS# 14-132

MLS# 14-992
Price reduced on Union Lake!
Year-round
home has 4
bedrooms, 3
bathrooms,
large open floor
plan on main
level, walk-out
basement with
family room,
screened in
porch, 160 ft. of
shoreline, attached 4 stall garage, beautiful view and so much
more! 39229 E. Union Drive, Erskine.
$414,900!
Call Realtor/Owner
Jean for more info
218-280-4032
LeBlanc Realty
LeBlancRealty.com
3BedroomRanch Style, 2-1/2Bath,1872Sq. Ft., 24x 22Heated 2Car Garage,
New Cabinets, New Plumbing, New Roof, New Anderson Low-EGlass Windows, Steel
Siding and Sot, Steel Entry Door, Central Vac, Electric Radiant Heat, Atic Fan,
Crawl Space, Paver Block Patio, Heated 22x 24Shed, 10x 12Garden Shed
Lot Size 75 x 140 ~ ASKING
$160,000/obo Call 218-201-0938
Real Estate
Spruce Valley Township Land:
160 acres NE1/4 Section 35,
Marshall County. CRP until 2018,
$925/acre. Call 218-469-0949.
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NEW LISTING! 8 acre farmette
only 7.5 miles from TRF. Newer ram-
bler home, large machine shed and
cattle shed located in TRF school
district. Call Northland Realty
Company @ 218-964-5717 or 218-
681-6036. F58tfc
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. 34tfe
FARM LAND: 159 acres in
Equality Township, rural Oklee.
Nice building site with large oak
grove, driveway, electricity, 3/4 mile
off paved roads. 130 acres tillable,
coming out of CRP this fall. Call 218-
681-8192. P4t58p
4-BEDROOM/3-BATH HOUSE with
recent updates: 3-car attached
garage and additional 2-car
detached oversized garage. Great
family home, move-in ready!
Minutes from Digi-Key and Arctic
Cat ...$309,900 ~ 1012 Somerset in
TRF. Call 218-689-6435. 7t61p
CRP LAND: We have a cash buyer
interested in buying land that has
been accepted in the CRP program.
If youre thinking of selling, please
call us now. Northland Farm Sales,
218-681-6036. F95tfc
$74,900
116 Broadway Ave. S., St. Hilaire, MN
Seller will consider Contract for Deed with 10%
down. Cute and cozy home just waiting for you! This
2-Bd has many new features including updated sid-
ing, windows, flooring, HVAC & much more! Nice
sized deck overlooking yard and additional shed.
Priced right and ready for you to move in and call
your own!
160 acres of excellent hunting land
4 miles east of Strathcona. Complete
package with cabin, well, electricity and
accommodations for 8 hunters.
$180,000
An additional 100 acres of
hunting/pasture land available across
the road at $750 per acre.
For Rent: 12 x 12 office space next to
Subway Restaurant. Utilities paid.
$200/mo.
Contact us for Land Auctions
and Rental Contracts.
www.harvestlandsales.com
201
1/2
3rd St. West, Suite A
Thief River Falls, MN 56701
Office: (218) 681-9992
www.sollie.net www.sollie.net
Sollie Realty, Inc.
Fosston, MN (218) 435-1525
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Landmark Locker Plant Owners have
completely upgraded all aspects
throughout this iconic meat processing
facility. EVERYTHING including all
equipment and supplies are included and
ready to go. All that is needed is for you
to step in and start cutting! Call today for
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NEW COMMERCIAL LISTING!
Want to Buy
WANTED: Old combines,
swathers, farm machinery, cars,
trucks, appliances, junk. Call 218-
686-9161 or 218-964-5189, leave
message. F75tfc
A must see gorgeous property
w/1000 of shoreline & 2.7
acres! Beautiful 4 bedroom, 2
bath home and a complete 2
bedroom, 1 bath guest house!
Attached finished garage & a
detached heated shop! Many
extras!
$
595,000
NEW LISTING!
MAPLE LAKE!
Call Donna at (218) 574-2100
www.donnachomes.com
Real Estate
FARMLAND WANTED: I have a
serious client who wants to buy
good farmland. Will pay cash. Call
Northland Farm Sales, 218-681-
6036. F88tfc
Boats & Watercraft
1988 CRESTLINER 21 aluminum
boat: 6 cylinder, 4.3 liter OMC
Mercruiser, on trailer. Runs great!
Call 218-782-2244 (Greenbush).
Make an offer! 48tfe
Custom Services
CARPENTRY & PAINTING
Reasonable rates Quality work
Years of experience Free esti-
mates. Call Ryan Kraulik @ 218-
242-5755. 3P12t62p
PAINTING (interior & exterior)
Shrubs Cleaning Many
References! Call Dana 218-289-
4692, anytime. 2P8t63pp
NEED A PAINTER? Selling or just
need to freshen up your place?
Need gift ideas? 15 years experi-
ence, many references. Call Dawn:
218-681-4482, leave message.
Deck Staining/Power Washing
Services: 100s of references, free
estimates, satisfaction guaranteed.
Ernie: 218-218-681-3798 or 218-
686-2632. 4P16t62p
D & D TREE SERVICES: Tree trim-
ming/removal, hedges, storm dam-
age, stump grinding. Free estimates,
senior discounts, insured. Get a
FREE T-SHIRT with $450 or more
in services! Call Delwin: 218-689-
7952. FP4t64p
STUMP GRINDING: Free esti-
mates, competitive rates. For pric-
ing, call 218-686-0738. 11P44t77p
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THE CLASSIFIEDS
Saturday, July 19, 2014
(218) 681-3960
www.mcmullensales.com
2000 Winnebago Minnie 31C 6.8LV10, Auto, 12
Slideout, AC,Generator, 30k.....................$21,000
2005 Chevy Silverado 3500 LT, 6.6L, Diesel,
Auto, Crew Cab, 8ft. Box, 4x4..............$19,900
2008 Dodge Ram 3500HD Reg. Cab, 6.7LDiesel,
Auto, 4x4, 12ft. Flatbed, Dually, NewTires...$15,990
2006 Ford F-150 XLT Crew Cab, 5.4 L. V8,
Auto, 4x4, CD, Pwr. Seat, 93k .............$13,990
1999 Ford F-550 Reg Cab, 7.3L Diesel,
6 speed, 12ft. Service Box w/Crane, Air Comp.
4x4, Dually ...........................................$13,990
2001 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD LS 6.6LDiesel,
Auto, 4x4, Ext. Cab, 109k..........................$12,990
2008 Saturn Outlook XE, 3.6L, V6 auto,
7-pass., CD, Autostart, 106k................$12,990
2007 Mercury Mountaineer Premier AWD, 4.0
L V6, Auto, Leather, Nav., 92k.............$11,990
2007 Dodge Durango SLT, 4.7L V8 Auto,
Leather, 7-Pass., 4x4, 80k...................$10,990
2005 GMC Yukon XL SLT 5.3L V8 Auto, Htd
Leather, DVD, 4x4 ..WAS $9,990 NOW $8,990
2001 GMC Yukon SLT, 5.3L V8 Auto,
Htd. Leather, CD, 4x4, 169k ..................$6,490
1996 F-250 XLT, 7.3L Diesel, Ext. Cab, Auto,
4x4, 8ft. box, Dually ...............................$5,990
2005 Dodge Grand Caravan SE, 3.3L, V6,
Auto, CD, Cruise, 111k ..........................$5,490
2002 Buick Park Ave 3.8L, V6, Auto, 4-Dr.,
Leather, A/C, 146k.................................$4,990

Anne Nevin & Others
2002 Chevy LT K2500 Silverado, Ext. Cab, Duramax Diesel w/
Automatic Transmission 4x4
1968 Cadillac Coupe Deville, 492 V8, Auto w/Cruise, 2[Dr Hard
Top ONLY 72,000 Actual Miles
1967 Ford Pickup, 6-Cyl 3-spd w/ Step-Side Box (Not Running)
1964 Ford Galaxy 4-Dr, 6-Cyl
1951 Chevy Deluxe 2-Dr Coupe w/ 6-Cyl 3-sp
1948 Ford Truck, Flat Head V8, 4-Spd, w/Box &Hoist
1947 Ford Pickup, 302 V8, Auto Trans., NewTires &Wheels
In Process of Restoration
2009 Harley Davidson Sportster 883 Black and Chrome - good
condition (LowMiles)
1984 Honda Goldwing w/ all equipment, radio (LowMiles)
2003 Arctic Cat 550 ESR Electric start, Reverse, 5,407 miles
Arctic Cat, ATV 250, 4x2
2007 Yamaha Electric Golf Cart w/ Charger
1979 Seaswirl 16Fiberglass w/ 4cyl, Inboard Motor w/ Trailer
TandemAxle Boat Trailer w/ NewTires
Single Axle Boat Trailer
Mercury 20hp Boat Motor Hiawatha 5hp Boat Motor
A.C. WD 45 540 PTO w/ 3pt Hitch
John Deere BPlatformw/ Seat &Parts
John Deere 8 Cult w/ Mech. Lift
Starting fly wheel Starter &Starter Bracket for John Deere Model A
Case - 2 Bottom 16Steel Wheel Plow
IH 3 Bottom16Plow IH 14 Dump Rake
Massey Harris 9 3pt Cult Drag Shop-Built 6 Scraper 3 yd?
Single RowHorse Cultivator +Plus More +
2004 39 Jamco Horse Trailer w/ Living Qtrs. &Fold Down Side
and Rear Ramp (NICE)
Haulmark 20 enclosed, TandemAxle Trailer w/ Side Door &Rear
Ramp
14 Enclosed Box Stationary w/ 3 Cab Over
40 Enclosed Trailer (No Axle)
56 x 14 Enclosed Trailer - Made into Office Space
Pickup Box 2 Wheeler Trailer
Shop-Built Ford, 4 Wheel Running Gear
5th Wheel Trailer Hitch for Truck
Chevy 1 Ton Box, 8ftw/Flairs, Fits 1988 1999
J Graft 11 Construction Box w/ Elec. Over Hyd w/ Pump w/ Fold
Down Sides
Sears Craftsman 12Band Sawon Stand
Wards 230 Amp Welder
BD DeWalt Radio ArmSaw
+ Plus Other Shop Related Items +
Yard-Man Riding Lawn Mower, 18hp Kohler Engine w/ 42Deck
MTD Gold Lawn Mower w/ 42Deck
Snapper 30Riding Lawn Mower w/ 8hp Engine
Snapper Self Propelled Lawn Mower
Push Propelled (excellent condition) Weed Whacker
Weed Eater
Brand New, Never Used Self-Propelled Toro SnowBlower
Mosquito Magnet
Garden Seed RowPlanters
2 Wheel Yard Trailer w/ Trip Box
Very Cute Coat Rack With Bench For Entryway Or Mud Room,
Green
White Crib With Changing Table Attached.
Black Steel Bed Frame.
Metal Cabinets
File Cabinets
Many Furniture Items
Posthole Auger w/ Gas Motor
Bear Cat Floor Chipper w/ Electric Motor
(2) 14 Bleachers, Wood &Metal, each w/ 5 Benches
9 x 30Push Blade
Sears 1200 Watt Alternator
Johnson Business Band Radios w/ Base Unit
King Kutter 8 Heavy Duty 3pt Blade
BDP Stationery Air Conditioner
Ping Pong Table
Weight Set and Benches
Shoulder Press
Many Miscellaneous Pieces Of Horse Tack And Supplies
Western Kids ShowSaddle With Silver And Much Tooling
(Excellent Condition)
2 Full Size Saddles
Fuel Tank on Stand
High Tensile Wire Rolls
Chariot For Horse Racing Black Steel With Rubber Tires
Picnic Tables
Golf Clubs
Gas &Charcoal Grills
Assortment of Bicycles
VEHICLES
RECREATIONAL/WATER
SHOP/TOOLS
LAWN & YARD
TRACTORS/EQUIPMENT
TRAILERS/BOXES
FURNITURE
HORSE RELATED/MISCELLANEOUS
150th Street NE, Thief River Falls MN
Saturday July 26 ~ 10 a.m.
1 Mile South of Thief River Falls on Hwy 59 to 150th Street NE, Turn East 1/2 mile. Left Side of Road to 16375
CALL ON US "The Auction TeamThat Goes To Work For You"
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This Auction Conducted, Managed & Clerked By
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Auctioneers
THIEF RIVER FALLS, MN (218) 681-3960
Scott McMullen
(218) 689-3194
Lic. #57-34
Jen McMullen
(218) 686-4009
Lic. #57-33
TERMS Cash Or Check. Nothing to be removed until paid for. All sales final. Owners, auctioneers and clerks take no responsibility for errors or omissions in auction listing. Statements made auction day take precedence over all advertising. Not responsible for accidents.
Joe McMullen
AUCTIONEER/REAL ESTATE AGENT
(218) 689-5760
Lic. #57-005
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LeRoy Fortier
SHOP/MISCELLANEOUS VEHICLES
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Auctioneers
Scott McMullen
(218) 689-3194
Lic. #5734
Jen McMullen
(218) 686-4009
Lic. #5733
TERMS Cash Or Check. Nothing to be removed until paid for. All sales final. Owners, auctioneers and clerks take no responsibility for errors or omissions in auction listing. Statements made auction day take precedence over all advertising. Not responsible for accidents.
Joe McMullen
AUCTIONEER/REAL ESTATE AGENT
(218) 689-5760
Lic. #572012005
211 7th Ave South, Crookston, MN
Thursday, July 24 at 4 p.m.
Lunch Will Be Served.
REAL ESTATE
OPEN HOUSE
Thursday, July 17
5-7 p.m.
Or by Appointment
(218) 689-5760
THIEF RIVER FALLS, MN (218) 681-3960
Legal Description: Lots 4,5 and Subdivision CARMAN TSTE. Lot 006 Block 010,
Subdivision Cd 82033
1 Bedroom, 1 Bath; 800 SF Steel siding, Washer/Dryer/Refrigerator
14' x 22' detached garage, 2 - 8' x 10' metal sheds on 0.482 acres
Nicely wooded lots with mature trees
1997 Ford Windstar Van 147,700 Miles
1981 Honda Motorcycle, CM 400AAutomatic With
Saddlebags
Cots Tents
Coolers Camp Tables
Camp Chairs Food Storage Box
Fishing Rods - Summer & Winter
Homemade Portable Fish House
Several Grills - Gas & Charcoal
Coleman Cook Stove Fish Locator
Personal Porta Potty Agri-Fab Lawn Sweep
16'x8' Shed - To Be Moved
Yard Machine 3.5hp 20" Cut Push Mower
Front Tine Tiller, 12.5 5hp B&S Engine
2 - Mac 2186 Gas Weed Trimmers
Mounted Garden Tiller 8hp B&S Gas Engine, 40" Cut
MF Riding Mower Model 4F14 W/SnowBlower &
Blade Attachments
Cub Cadet 1020 Hydro Riding Mower
Homemade Pickup Camper
2 - Homemade 2 Wheel Wooden Carts
Tilt Wheel Trailer
Smaller AluminumExtension Ladder
Singer Industrial Shoe Sewing Machine Model 29K60
Long Arm
Car Ramps Drill Press
Reddy Heater, Propane 30,000 BTU
Table Saw Post Pounder
Misc Electrical Tools Gas Cans
AluminumSnowScoop Rakes
Shovels Splitting Mauls & Wedges
Axes Parts Storage Bins
Ratchet Straps Screwdrivers
Wrenches Sockets
Tie-Down Straps Fence Posts
Metal Work Bench Air Hoses
Propane Tanks, 20 Lb Pickup Box Lock Downs
Portable Air Tank Air Compressor, 1 Cyl
10-Speed Mountain Bike
Lots Of Tool Boxes
Western Minnesota SteamThreshers Collectibles:
Plates, Cups, Belt Buckles
Horse Figurines 45 Records
Wall Shelves Wall Pictures
Gun Rack Older Table W/Chairs
Wheelchair File Cabinet
Desk W/Chair Canvas Paintings
Sofa 2 - Wooden ArmChairs
Small Refrigerator
REAL ESTATE (APPROX. 6 P.M.)
COLLECTIBLE & MISC. HOUSEHOLD
CAMPING/OUTDOOR
Absolute
Real Estate Auction
Real Estate Terms: Contact auction company for details. The successful bidder shall enter into a
noncontingent AS IS purchase agreement immediately following the auction with non-refundable
earnest money down of 10% of auction price which will be held in escrow. The balance is due and
payable day of closing which will be no later than 60 days after date of auction. Real estate taxes will
be prorated from date of closing. The buyer shall pay for any title opinion or title insurance. Square
footage, dimensions amounts are based upon information provided by the seller and are believed to
be correct. Auctioneer statements take precedence over all printed material. Paul Ihle, Real Estate
Attorney
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Auctioneers
THIEF RIVER FALLS, MN (218) 681-3960
Scott McMullen
(218) 689-3194
Lic. #57-34
Jen McMullen
(218) 686-4009
Lic. #57-33
TERMS Cash Or Check. Nothing to be removed until paid for. All sales final. Owners, auctioneers and clerks take no responsibility for errors or omissions in auction listing. Statements made auction day take precedence over all advertising. Not responsible for accidents.
Perry & Cheryl Hamre, Owners
Toro Wheel Horse 264H, 42 in Deck, Kohler Engine,
540 Hours w/SnowBlower Attachment
Lawn Mower, Self-Propelled, Honda HRX w/Bagger
Patio Table and 6 Chairs w/Umbrella
Iron Patio Table w/2 Chairs
Iron Love Seat Bird Bath
Lawn Statue Woman Outdoor Oil Lamp
Generator Coleman Power-mate Maxa 5000 ER
8 Fiberglass Ladder 20 Extension Ladder
Saris 2, Bike Rack (Back of Vehicle)
Oak Roll-Top Desk
Amish Made Kitchen Cabinet & Buffet
6 piece bedroomset w/Sleigh Bed, blanket chest, 7
drawer dresser w/Mirror, 2 nightstands
Leather Love Seat Hall Tree w/Mirror
Matching Couch & Love Seat
Oak Coffee Table Secretary Desk
Oak End Table w/Glass Doors
Wood Armoire - White Sofa Table
Oak Table w/4 Chairs & 2 Leaves
Kitchen Table w/4 Chairs w/ Popup Leaf
Armoire Matching Sitting Chairs
Table w/Glass Top Plant Stands
Couch Love Seat
Curio Cabinet Oak End Table
Full Size White Iron Angel bed
Wicker End Table Wicker Chest
Wicker Storage 2 8 Wood Tables
White Sitting Chairs Matching
7 Drawer Jewelry Cabinet 6 Wood Desk
Round End Table 4 Drawer Dresser
Desk Coffee Table
3 Drawer Dresser Desk Chair
Life Fitness Recumbent Bike
Gateway 40Plasma TV 13Sansui Flat TV
Quasar 19w/VHS Player
Coffee Maker Hamilton Beach, 42 Cup
Coffee Cups Wall Hangings
Pictures Lamps
Perfume Bottles World Map
Church Pew School Desk
Royal Vacuum Humidifier
Electrolux Rechargeable Vacuum
Bissell Carpet Shampooer CreamCan
Hangers Gift bags
Waste Baskets Rugs/Towels
Games Christmas Dcor
Valentine Dcor Halloween Dcor
Christmas Bears Christmas Tree
Halloween Costume Pans
WilliamSonoma Dishes Crockpot
Beer Steins Wall Clock
2 Queen Electric Blankets Small Table w/Drawer
Coach Purses & Handbags - Many
Scrapbooking Supplies Art Supplies
Jars Wooden Train
Brass Easel Candles
Coleman Cooler Dog Beds
Pentax Camera w/2 Lenses, 35mm
Kids VHS Movies Doilies
Books Bags of Jewelry
Garth Brooks CD Collection & Autographed Photo
Bruce Springsteen Complete Tape Collections
Royal Albert Bone China Doll Toys
Vases Action Figurines NIB
Lunch Box Metal Porcelain Mask
Noritake China Lindrose 12 place Setting
Porcelain Doll Baseball Cards
Metal Trike Old Wood Radio Case
Coke Trays Salt & Pepper Shakers
Esla 4-Wheel Riding Scooter Vikings Clock
20+ Boxes of Baseball, Hockey, Football and Golf
Cards
OUTSIDE HOUSEHOLD & MISCELLANEOUS
COLLECTIBLES
FURNITURE
Curling Club, Thief River Falls, MN
Sunday, July 27th ~ 11 am
Lunch Served
Joe McMullen
AUCTIONEER/REAL ESTATE AGENT
(218) 689-5760
Lic. #57-2012-005
Date Time Owner Auctioneer
July 24 6 pm LeRoy Fortier, Crookston............................................McMullen Auctioneers
July 26 10 am Anne Nevin & Others, TRF .........................................McMullen Auctioneers
July 27 11 am Perry & Cheryl Hamre, TRF........................................McMullen Auctioneers
July 31 4 pm Ken Wieland, Red Lake Falls ..........................Bid Buy Bid Auction Services
July 31 4:30 am Wade Johnson Benefit, TRF.............................Jason Rominski Auctioneers
July 31 8:30 am St. Hilaire Machinery Auction, St. Hilaire...............................Ron McKercher
Aug 2 10 am David & Cynthia Soliah, Williams..................Northstar Auctioneers - Vacura
Aug 23 10 am Gene Casky, Bagley......................................................Main Event Auctions
A AU UC CT TI I O ON N D DI I R RE EC CT TO OR RY Y
I.L.S. Welding,
Fabricating & Repair
17769 132nd Ave. NE, Thief River Falls
7/10 of a mile west of Peterson Lumber on 13th St. N. - Formerly Wennbergs
NOW
OPEN!
Portable
Service
Available
218-830-0934 or 218-681-2912
OWEN ELECTRIC
Commercial Farm Residential
FREE ESTIMATES
YOUR COMPLETE
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
(218) 681-7158 (218) 686-2309
JERRY OWEN - Master Electrician
FAMILY BUSINESS FOR OVER 50 YEARS
North Star Door & Supply, LLC
Overhead Doors Electric Openers
Commercial Residential Sales Service Installation
Weather Stripping Door Adjustment
Service, Repair and Installation of All Brands
40 years experience Free estimates
Buy the Best for Less
Roy: 218-431-0970 or 888-285-9232
Serving Northwest Minnesota and
Northeast North Dakota
RADNIECKIS CLEANING & PAINTING
What We Do
CLEAN
Carpets
Upholstery
Furnace Ducts
Dryer Vents
Fire/Smoke Cleanup
Water Damage
PAINT
Exterior Buildings
Interior
Wash & Stain Decks
Gutter Cleaning & Repair
Restorative Paint (Oil Base)
Greg
24 years cleaning
Pete
Over 400 houses painted
681-7679 686-9059
STUMPGRINDING (Wont 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.
NORTH PINE SERVICES
Ironman
Exteriors
Doors & Windows Soffit & Facia Vinyl & Steel Siding Shingle & Metal Roofing
New Construction & Remodeling, Residential & Commercial Construction
Brenden Wilde
218-689-7253 or 218-681-8874
Free Estimates Thief River Falls, MN Licensed & Insured: Lic. #20635772
NOW ACCEPTING MOST MAJOR CREDIT CARDS
Taggart Contracting Inc.
Culverts &Crossings
Septic Systems
Demolition
Gravel
Backhoe
Low-boy Hauling
Troy Taggart
(218) 874-2380 (218) 686-7908
MPCA Lic. #2245 Bonded &Insured
Call Us for Your Asphalt Paving Needs
Email: taggart59@hotmail.com
Laser Ditch Cleaning
Site Work & Basements
Dozer Work
Aggregate Products of all Types
Vehicles/Accessories
2002 Chevy Extended Cab Z71
4x4: LT package, heated leather
seats, new tires, recent new shocks,
tonneau cover, box rails and liner,
198k miles, sporty and clean...
$7,495 2005 Mercury Montego:
V6, 4-door, premium package, heat-
ed leather seats, well taken care of
local car, 115k miles... $6,995 2006
Mercury Grand Marquis LS:
Leather, dual power seats, 84k
miles, recent new tires ...$8,695
Rons Auto Sales Hwy 59 South
218-681-3002 1t58c
1995 Chevy 350 4WD 1/2-Ton: 2-
door, extended cab, cruise control,
air and auto start...$2,500. Call 701-
520-1261 or 701-520-1277.
Benoit
Construction
Free Estimates
Dry Wall Flooring
Framing
Interior & Exterior
Ryan Benoit
218-688-1988
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: epoxy@mncable.net
www.concretedesignsmn.com
Concrete Coatings & Repair
GEATZ
CONSTRUCTION
Jim Geatz, owner
Overhead Door Repair & Installation
Windows, Siding, Remodeling, Additions
New Construction ~ Commercial or Residential
(218) 686-9000
License#
BC-20470478
& Insured
H & S Construction
of TRF, Inc.
Robert Audette, Owner
17279 US Highway 59 NE
Thief River Falls, MN 56701
Phone: 218-681-5503
Mobile 218-686-9308
E-mail: rjaudette@wiktel.com
Call usToday! Wecanbidyour request
andhaveananswer within24 hours.
Concreteisour business
Owner/Operator
Curt Jacobson - (218) 686-4669
Thief River Falls, MN
Shop Floors
Footings
Walls
Foundations
and
Dirt Work
Steel Buildings
KWICK STRIP
KWICK STRIP II, INC.
THE FURNITURE DOCTOR
COMPARE OUR PRICES
FOR BIG SAVINGS
Furniture Stripping Repairing Finishing
Antique Restoration Cabinets Trimwork
Licensed & Bonded
Pickup & Delivery Available
(218) 681-8212
Serving MN & ND Since 1984
712 Davis Ave. N, Thief River Falls
THE FURNITURE DOCTOR
MIDWEST
ROOFING
Youve put it off
for too long!
Dont let the damage go further.
Well help you choose that
new look to your home
Repairs, Replacement & More
Licensed & Bonded
(Lic #20574515)
(218) 681-3879
20061 Center St. E. Thief River Falls
B & K Stumpgrinding, LLC
and Other Tree Services
218-686-1853
Call Brian for Free Estimates
FOR ALL YOUR
Repair Needs
Chain Saws Snowmobiles
Snow Blowers Outboards
Inboards & I.O. Drives
All Small Engines
Lawn Mowers & Riders
NORM'S REPAIR
SALES & SERVICE SKI-DOO SNOWMOBILES
1207 N. Duluth Thief River Falls
681-3346
Tree
Stump Removal
218-684-0701
218-688-0298
Free Estimates!!
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Landscaping Paving stone patios-Driveways
Retaining Walls Flower Gardens Decorative Rock
Custom Services Custom Services Custom Services
2002 CHEVROLET Silverado LS
1500 4WD: Reg cab, heavy duty
suspension, towing pkg, 112k miles
...$7,000/obo. Call 218-317-6909..
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Saturday, July 19, 2014
THE CLASSIFIEDS
Page 19 - Northern Watch
PRE-OWNED TRUCKs
2013 Chevy Crew Cab LTZ
White, 19k...........................................
$
32,900
2012 Chevy 2500HD Crew Long Box
White, 34k............................................
$
30,900
2010 Chevy Crew Cab LTZ
Black, 52k............................................
$
27,500
2010 Chevy Crew Cab LT
Blue, 36k............................................
$
24,900
2010 Chevy Crew Cab LTZ
Blue Granite, 84k.................................
$
24,900
2010 Chevy Avalanche LT Z71
White, 106k..........................................
$
22,900
2009 Chevy Crew Cab LT
Blue Granite, 60k.................................
$
24,500
2009 Chevy Crew Cab LTZ
White Diamond, 99k............................
$
24,500
2008 Chevy Ext Cab LT
Red, 74k .............................................
$
20,900
2003 GMC Sierra Ext Cab SLE
Gray, 154k .............................................
$
8,500
1998 Chevy Ext Cab
Black, 141k...........................................
$
4,900
2014 Chevy Impala LT Limited
Silver, 10k ............................................
$
19,900
2014 Chevy Impala LT
White, 21k............................................
$
19,900
2013 Chevy Impala LTZ
Silver, 25k ............................................
$
19,900
2013 Chevy Impala LT
Black, 28k............................................
$
17,900
2013 Chevy Impala LT
White, 25k............................................
$
17,900
2013 Chevy Impala LT
Red, 23k ..............................................
$
17,500
2011 Chevy Malibu LS
Blue, 65k..............................................
$
13,900
2009 Lincoln MKZ
Black, 77k............................................
$
14,900
2007 Toyota Camry SE
Black, 80k............................................
$
13,900
2008 Chevy Impala LT
Gray, 86k .............................................
$
10,900
2008 Chevy Impala LT
Silver, 101k ..........................................
$
10,500
2008 Chevy Impala LT
Maroon, 99k.........................................
$
10,500
2008 Pontiac G6 Sedan
White, 98k .............................................
$
9,900
2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Silver, 109k ............................................
$
4,500
PRE-OWNED CARs

Check out our new website updated daily at NORTHERNMOTORSINC.COM
(800) 955-6053 (218) 681-4820
HWY. 1 & 59 W.
THIEF RIVER FALLS, MN
If you dont see what youre looking for - let us find it for you!
2013 Buick Enclave Leather AWD
Gray, 13k .............................................
$
37,900
2012 Buick Enclave CXL AWD
Red, 51k ..............................................
$
29,500
2012 GMC Acadia SLT, AWD
Mocha, 70k..........................................
$
26,300
2013 Buick Encore Leather FWD
Black, 9k..............................................
$
24,900
2009 Buick Enclave CXL AWD
White Diamond, 52k.............................
$
25,500
2012 Chevy Equinox LS AWD
Black, 46k............................................
$
20,500
2008 Chevy Tahoe 3LT
Black, 123k..........................................
$
20,900
2012 Chevy Equinox AWD 2LT
Brown, 62k ..........................................
$
20,500
2013 Chevy Captiva LT
Black, 20k............................................
$
20,500
2013 Chevy Equinox LS
AWD, Blue, 73k....................................
$
18,900
2012 Chevy Equinox LS AWD
Black, 80k............................................
$
17,900
2005 Chevy TrailBlazer LT EXT
Gray, 133k .............................................
$
9,900
2005 Chevy TrailBlazer LT EXT
Black, 113k............................................
$
9,900
2005 GMC Envoy XL SLT
Silver, 144k ............................................
$
8,500
2007 Chevy TrailBlazer LT
White, 119k..........................................
$
10,500
PRE-OWNED SUVs & VANs
For All Your Automotive Needs
Thompson
Automotive
1008 3rd St. W, TRF
684-5638
DEWAYNES
Used Cars, Trucks & Auto Parts
4 miles West of Roseau on Hwy. 11
Phone: (218) 463-3773
Hours: Mon. thru Fri. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturdays 8 a.m. to 12 noon
Hwy. 2 East, Crookston, MN. 218-281-1338 800-584-9230 christianbrothersford.com
Ford Re|a|| Cus|orer Cas|......................................................................
$
4,000
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2013 Ford Expedition
Sunroof, cooIed/heated
seats, 20" chrome wheeIs,
power running, Nav., 22k
WAS
$
42,500
$
39,990
YOUR PRICE
2013 GMC Yukon XL
8 passenger,
24k
WAS
$
39,900
$
36,990
YOUR PRICE
2013 Chevy Su
DVD, chrome pkg,
sunroof, 17k
WAS
$
43,500
$
39,990
YOUR PRICE
2013 Chevy Traverse
LTZ, 12k, siIver
cooIed/heated
seats, sunroof
WAS
$
39,500
$
36,500
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Discover the Dahlstrom Difference
218-695-2721 1-800-446-OSLO Oslo, MN
Email: dahlstrommotors@hotmail.com
www.dahlstrommotors.com
with Cloth Seating and
only 35,000 miles on
this White 4-door
Own the Road
with a vehicle from DAHLSTROM MOTORS
$17,800
$33,800
13 Toyota Camry SE
12 Buick Enclave CXL
13 Ford Edge
All W
heel Drive Limited
with 24,000 miles on this
Tuxedo Black 4-door
in Crystal Red Metallic, Chrome Style
Wheels, Power Sunroof and only
22,000 miles on this gorgeous All
Wheel Drive with Center Row Buckets
$29,900
#61337
#11053
#10943
1975 Dodge 1 Ton Truck, 4x4, 4-speed manual transmission, 440
engine with 4 barrel, 16,000 actual miles, only 3,000 on motor.
Includes 250 gal. water tank with 250 gal/min PTO pump. Also
has many storage compartments. Additional questions can be
directed to Jesse @ 218-689-4747. Bids will be accepted until 5:00
p.m. on August 20th, 2014. Please send sealed bid to: Jesse Nelson
Attn: Fire Dept., 21744 210th St. NE, Goodridge, MN 56725
4
06 KEYSTONE SPRINTER, 37 ft. 7 in. Camper
10 Sleeper, 2 Slides, Nice Condition ......
$
17,900
05 FORD EXPEDITION XLT, 8 Passenger,
5.4 Engine, 4x4, Dk. Brown, Rear A/C & Heat,
Tow Pkg. .........................................
$
5,950
04 PONTIAC GR. PRIX GT,3800, V6
Burgundy, Moonroof, 113k miles ONLY...
$
6,650
04 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE, 4x4, 6Cyl., Selectrac,
Black, Tilt, AC, PW, PL, SPECIAL..............
$
4,450
00 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4-Door, 4x4, 6
Cyl., White, Cloth Interior SPECIAL .......
$
2,650
99 JEEP CHEROKEE LIMITED, 4.0, 6 Cyl.,
4x4, Blue, Leather Interior SPECIAL ....
$
3,650
99 JEEP CHEROKEE, 4-Door, 4x4, 6 Cyl., Gold,
Selectrac SPECIAL..............................$1,850
4 These Prices
D & S Sales & Service
Hwy. 32 North, Red Lake Falls, MN
(218) 253-2940 (218) 686-2459 (cell)
Please call to make sure Im here!
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Dealer #35388
Notice our new office location at
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on the frontage road west of town
2012 Dodge Gr Car, 75k.$14,700
2010 Dodge Avenger SXT, 68k
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $12,200
2010 Dodge Gr Car, 74k.$13,100
2010 Chev Malibu, 60k. $13,000
2009 Dodge Gr Car, 69k.$12,999
2007 Toyota Yaris, 97k . . $6,400
2006 Volkswagon Passat,121k
miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$8,200
2005 Chev Venture, 108k $5,700
2005 Dodge Gr Car, 79k . $6,500
2005 Ford F150 XLT, 133k. . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,400
2002 Pontiac Grand Prix GT,
137k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,800
12 Chevy Equinox LTZ
White, 53k ....................$22,495
08 Dodge Quad Cab
Black, 62k....................$20,995
13 Town & Country Van
Black, 46k....................$20,495
12 Yellowstone Canyon Trail
5th Wheel Camper, 2 slides
....................................$18,999
13 Chevy Impala LT
Silver, 29k....................$16,695
13 Chevy Impala
Gray, 38k.....................$15,995
07 Chevy Crew Cab 4x4
Gray, 142k...................$13,995
11 Chevy Malibu
Gray, 52k.....................$12,995
07 Chevy Impala
Black, 86k.....................$8,995
05 Chevy Suburban 4WD
Blue, 160k......................$7,995
05 Pontiac Bonneville,
Black, 124k...................$7,295
06 Buick Terraza Van
Blue, 160k......................$5,295
00 Dodge Intrepid
White, 180k....................$2,995
02 Dodge Neon
Tan, 163k.......................$2,695
99 Toyota Camry, Maroon,
Sunroof, 133k...............$4,995
88 16 Smokercraft Boat,
80 HP Merc ..................$3,695
BIG JOHNS MUFFLER
218-681-7292 OR 218-681-2511
Hwy. 32 N. Thief River Falls
www.bigjohnsmuffler.com
Trailers
2004 Featherlite 16 livestock trail-
er in nice shape...$4,300. Call 218-
280-1378. F2t58c
Tools
CEMENT MIXERS: Gas and elec-
tric, assorted sizes (Greenbush. Call
218-782-2244. 48tfe
Vehicles/Accessories
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NORTHERN WATCH
Saturday, July 19, 2014
Prices valid thru July 26th
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F U R N I T U R E
*HOT BUYS, special purchases, room packages and some brands, including Tempur-Pedic, Stearns & Foster, Sealy Optimum and Posturepedic Hybrid are always at their lowest
price and excluded from sale pricing or additional discounts. Percent off savings on some items are based on the Slumberland list price. The Slumberland list price is the current,
future or former offering price of the same or comparable merchandise at Slumberland or another retailer. Actual sales may not have occurred at list price. Prices, merchandise
or offers may vary slightly by market. Custom orders require a non-refundable down payment and may be at an additional charge. See store for details.
$
399
98
ANNIVERSARY
SPECIAL
PURCHASE!
anniversary
61
%
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advertised items up to
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$
399
98
$
599
98
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special
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while 250
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fully
assembled!
Set of 3 Lamps
Relaxed classic design
with steel base.
Floor lamp 61h.
Table lamps 28h.
SKU# 8192352
$
78
Draco
Rocker Recliner
37.5w 37d 42h.
SKU# 7527135
Single Chair
$
224
99
2 for
2 for
mocha
coffee
Anderson
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In basil. 32w 35d 40h.
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$
314
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Nokomis Euro Top Queen Size Set
SKU# PNOKT50
60% OFF
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stretch knit breathable cover
with super soft foam
unique individually wrapped coils
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edge encased support
A. Amherst Sofa
Includes patterned accent
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A.
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$
479
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549
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2 for 1
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chairs by the pair
all recliners & chairs
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Westwind Queen Size Bed
Oak and oak veneers. Includes headboard,
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68.5w 87d 58.75h. SKU# PNEWC83
NEW! Everest Sofa
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$
599
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$
449
99
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B. Alps Sofa
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92w 38d 39h. SKU# 4500992
$
799
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2 for
Wright Recliner
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34w 39d 43h.
SKU# 1990134
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$
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Colebrook 3-piece Chaise Sectional
Super-soft brushed polyester in brown with 6 accent pillows.
Wall widths: 165 and 102. 43d 28h. SKU# PPAR651
$
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$
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Roseau seniors honored during recognition banquet
The 2014 Roseau County
Outstanding Senior Citizen
Volunteer Award winners
are Harriet Heinen of
Warroad and William Bill
Wagner of Greenbush. They
were honored at the 42nd
A n n u a l
R o s e a u
C o u n t y
S e n i o r
C i t i z e n
Vo l unt e e r
Recognition
Banquet on
Thur s day,
July 17 at
R o s e
L u t h e r a n
Church of
r u r a l
R o s e a u .
They will
also be hon-
ored at Church Night of the
Roseau County Fair on
Sunday, July 20.
Harriet Heinen was born
on May 22, 1934. She and
her husband, George (Joe),
raised their family on their
mink farm west of Warroad.
Harriet was always very
involved in her community
and after her retirement
from teaching, she continued
to be active in the Warroad
Area Community Center,
Roseau County Fair, 4-H,
Roseau County Historical
Society, and the list goes on.
Through the local Red
Cross, she helped establish
the ambulance service in
Warroad. Also through the
Red Cross, she has helped in
times of disaster, both local-
ly and around the country.
As busy as these activities
keep Harriet, she does not
forget the small things. A
friend said, Harriets home-
made buns seem to just
appear to the sick and those
in need of a loving touch. Its
the little things that make
her so loved and highly
regarded in the community
and among her friends.
William Bill Wagner
was born on October 10,
1938. Bill grew up on a farm
near Middle River and he
and his
w i f e ,
Shirley, set-
tled in
Greenbush
in 1992,
where both
w e r e
employed at
L i f e C a r e
Greenbush
Manor. He
r e t i r e d
from the
Mai n- t en-
ance Department there in
2009. He and Shirley con-
tinued to volunteer there
just as they had done while
working.
Bill is always willing to
share his talents as a singer,
and he and his group has
performed at countless nurs-
ing homes, senior centers
and churches. Bill is active
in the Greenbush-Badger
Lions Club. The club pur-
chases reading machines for
the visually impaired and
Bill has assisted many peo-
ple to obtain machines and
get them running.
Bill is also active in
Oiland Free Lutheran
Church. A friend said, Bill
fulfills each role with enthu-
siasm. Bills closing advice
often includes the following
thoughts: God is and has
been good! Trust in Him.
Both winners are invited to
attend the 2014 Minnesota
State Fair and the
Outstanding Senior Citizen
Volunteer Award Ceremony
which will be held on Senior
Citizen Recognition Day,
Thursday, Aug. 28.
The 2014 Senior Citizen
Volunteer Awards are spon-
sored by the Roseau County
Fair Board, the Minnesota
State Fair, the Minnesota
State Fair Foundation and
the Minnesota Federation of
County Fairs.
Harriet
Heinen
William
Wagner