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RLF City Council

discusses airport
Red Lake Falls -
The Red Lake Falls
City Council held a spe-
cial council meeting to
determine the fate of the
municipal airport. The
council decided to keep
the airport open and
approved an airport
runway overlay project.
A Minnesota DOT,
Office of Aeronautics
inspection found that
the city needed to do
more than crack-filling
the runway this year.
The council was told
that, at the very least, it
would need to look at an
overlay of the runway in
the next few years.
The Office of
Aeronautics pays 80
percent for Capital
Improvement Projects
and the city would need
to pay 20 percent. The
city told them that we
couldnt justify spending
20 percent for an airport
used by so few people
when city streets are in
need of improvements.
After being
approached with a 90
percent/10 percent
option, we were finally
approached with the
offer of having 100 per-
cent of the project paid
for. They had leftover
bond funds from other
projects they were will-
ing to use to pay our 10
percent. The catch was
that the city would have
to maintain the airport
for about 20 years.
On July 2, Office of
Aeronautics representa-
tives attended a council
meeting to address
options for the airport.
Closing the airport
was discussed. While
looking into the steps for
this process, we were
informed the city is
responsible for main-
taining the airport for at
least 16 more years or
would have to pay the
state back the funds it
has given us for previ-
ous projects. Another
discovery was that our
airport leases run for 32
years and wont expire
until 2034.
Hangar rents have
been increased. The city
will look into other rev-
enue options. - Red Lake
Falls Gazette, July 23,
2014.
Kittson County
to sell parcel
Hallock - The
Kittson County Board
discussed selling a coun-
ty-owned 80-acre parcel
during its meeting
Tuesday, July 15. The
property is located in
Roseau County.
Though originally
intended to be used as
gravel pits, the property
has seen little use due to
its location. The board
therefore decided to sell
the land, suggesting a
price of $24,000. -
Kittson County
Enterprise, July 23,
2014, by Brittany Strom
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According to allaboutbirds.org, the House Wren is a common backyard bird found over
nearly the entire Western Hemisphere. Wrens will gladly use nestboxes, or find their twig-
filled nests in old cans, boots, or boxes lying around. Mike Lundgren of The Times spotted
a lot of activity around a birdhouse he built for Wrens in his backyard. Upon investigation,
he found out why there was so much activity around the birdhouse.
Feeding Time
Nothing to
do in TRF?
Residents of Thief River
Falls and the surrounding
communities will have the
opportunity to attend a vari-
ety of events starting
Thursday, July 31. Within a
six-day period, Movie in the
Park; RiverFest, Crazy Day,
the Pioneer 5K and 10K
Run, Walk and Roll In Color;
the Street Wizards Car and
Motorcycle Show; and Night
to Unite will be held in Thief
River Falls. As usual on a
summer Saturday morning,
the Thief River Falls
Farmers Market will also be
held.
Movie in the Park
The city of Thief River
Falls Parks and Recreation
Department will host Movie
in the Park on Thursday,
July 31. The event starts at
8 p.m. with Northland Jazz
performing. The movie
E.T. will be shown on the
big screen at dusk.
RiverFest
The Thief River Falls
RiverFest will be held
Friday, Aug. 1 and Saturday,
Aug. 2 at Hartz Park.
Festivities open Monday,
July 28 with The Crazy
Days Crazy Hunt. The win-
ner will win an iPad and will
be announced at RiverFest
Saturday at 7 p.m. Listen to
Thief River Falls Radio each
morning the week of
Monday, July 28 at 8 a.m. to
12 p.m. for clues.
RiverFest kicks off at 5
p.m. Friday, Aug. 1 in L.B.
Hartz Park with local talent
Forever Plaid, John and
Tanya Kimble, Cyrina
Ostgaard, Krome, Taylor
Myers, Jordynn Johnsrud
and Morgan Martell. Taking
the stage at 8 p.m. will be
Nicholas David, who fin-
ished in the top three on
The Voice.
Mark Johnson from
Pioneer 90.1 will be on hand.
Besides listening to music,
attendees will be able to
climb a rock climbing wall.
On Saturday, Aug. 2, the
Thief River Falls Kiwanis
Club will open RiverFest at
7:30 a.m. with a pancake
breakfast. Mark Johnson
from Pioneer 90.1 will
broadcast live from
RiverFest. Local performers
will include Vern Rogalla,
Karleen Wilde, Brenna
Skallet, Taylor Myers,
Jordynn Johnsrud, Art
Heinze, Ray Hedlund, Carl
Searching for a police chief
by April Scheinoha
Reporter
The search for a new
Thief River Falls police chief
is ramping up. At its meet-
ing Monday, July 21, the
Thief River Falls Parks and
Recreation/Public Safety
Committee met with its hir-
ing consultant.
Sharon Klumpp from
Springsted Incorporated met
with the committee. The
council is paying Springsted
Incorporated an amount not
to exceed $20,500 to search
for a new police chief. Police
Chief Kim Murphy is retir-
ing, effective Oct. 3.
Klumpp told the commit-
tee that she generally tries
to present 10 candidates for
possible interviews. She
plans to focus the search
regionally and in states sur-
rounding Minnesota.
Klumpp has met with
City Administrator Larry
Kruse, the committee and
Thief River Falls police offi-
cers to determine what the
city seeks in terms of a police
chief. She plans to provide a
position profile to the com-
mittee by Wednesday, July
30. However, she is a month
behind schedule. The com-
mittee needs to approve the
position profile before the
position can be advertised.
Klumpp has already col-
lected a portion of the infor-
mation needed for the posi-
tion profile since she was
involved in the search for a
new Thief River Falls city
administrator in 2012. That
search resulted in the hiring
of Kruse.
After the police chief can-
didates have submitted their
resumes, Klumpp will pro-
vide them with a question-
naire and conduct telephone
interviews. She will then
present candidate informa-
tion to city leaders, who will
choose the candidates who
will be interviewed.
Klumpp said the position
will require a bachelors
degree with five years of
experience working at a
police department and three
years as a sergeant or three
years of supervisory experi-
ence, or an equivalent com-
bination. She asked commit-
tee members what they
sought in terms of skills,
management and leadership
style.
Council Member Don
Sollom said he wants a
police chief who is no-non-
sense and fair. He said the
police chief should hear
everyone out if there were
an issue and also needs to be
willing to deal with discipli-
nary issues.
Council Members Glen
Kajewski and Rachel
Prudhomme mentioned com-
munity outreach as an
important aspect of the
police chief s job.
Kajewski referred to
neighborhood watches and
Night to Unite. Noting it
wasnt a reflection of
Murphy, he also said there
hasnt been a good working
relationship with the
Pennington County Sheriff s
Office for years.
Prudhomme referred to
support of present officers in
their community outreach
efforts whether its the Don
Myers Memorial Fund or the
annual Guns and Hoses soft-
ball fundraiser. She also
referred to technology as an
important aspect of the
police chief s job.
Murphy announced his
retirement Feb. 18. Recently,
he has come under fire. After
a closed meeting July 17, the
Thief River Falls City
Council voted 5 to 1, with
one abstaining, to uphold
Kruses findings related to a
complaint against Murphy.
In May, it came to light
that many members of the
Thief River Falls Police
Tornado confirmed
by April Scheinoha
Reporter
The National Weather
Service has confirmed that
an EF2 tornado touched
down Monday night in Polk
and Red Lake counties. No
injuries were reported.
The tornado, with peak
wind gusts estimated at 120
mph, tracked about 37 miles
from southwestern Polk
County to southwestern Red
Lake County. NWS believes
the tornado touched down
about four miles
north/northwest of Eldred at
about 8:50 p.m. Monday and
ended within an hour about
nine miles east/southeast of
Red Lake Falls. NWS indi-
cated that the damage path
ended about halfway
between Plummer and
Brooks, one mile west of
U.S. Highway 59.
In its preliminary report,
NWS wrote, The tornado
was likely wrapped in heavy
rain and more widespread
damaging downburst
winds. One rural Red Lake
County resident saw the tor-
nado about a mile west of his
farmstead and sought shel-
ter. Several rural residents
in the path of the storm
reported hearing an appar-
ent roar of the storm and
subsequent damage.
Seventeen empty tanker
rail cars were found rolled
on their sides south of
Crookston. Various struc-
tures sustained damage.
Numerous trees were
snapped or uprooted. Power
poles sustained damage,
including a 1.5-mile stretch
of power lines that were top-
pled.
Damage occurred in
Crookston and Gentilly. In
the Northern Watch circula-
tion area, three farmsteads
sustained damage about
four miles south/southwest
of Red Lake Falls. NWS
reported that a tree was
thrown into the side of a
house. Outbuildings were
destroyed.
The tornado continued
through shelterbelts. About
three miles northwest of
Terrebonne, a garage was
destroyed and five empty
grain bins were removed
from their foundations. One
was found more than half-a-
mile away, and another had-
nt been found as of
Wednesday night. NWS
noted the damage was con-
sistent with wind speeds at
the low end of the 111- to
135-mph range for EF2 tor-
nadoes.
Further damage was
observed toward the end of
the sporadic tornado track.
Power poles were bent and
one was broken near its
base. NWS also observed
by Scott DCamp
Reporter
Nearly two months have
passed since Great Lakes
Airlines was supposed to
resume daily flights to and
from Minneapolis, and it
appears that it will take at
least a couple more months
for flights to resume.
Great Lakes originally
suspended its daily
Essential Air Service flights
to and from Thief River Falls
to Minneapolis on Feb. 1. In
April, the Cheyenne, Wyo.,-
based carrier was re-award-
ed an EAS contract from the
U.S. Department of
Transportation to provide
service to Minneapolis and
to resume flights June 1.
Great Lakes did not start
on June 1 like their contract
indicated, noted Joe
Hedrick, manager of the
Thief River Falls Regional
Airport, clarifying that the
June 1 date came from the
U.S. DOT rather than Great
Lakes. We were hoping it
would be on or about June 1,
but that didnt happen.
Part of the delay can be
attributed to Great Lakes
attempting to resume pas-
senger service under a dif-
ferent certificate. During its
previous EAS contract with
the Thief River Falls
Regional Airport, Great
Lakes was required to oper-
ate under FAA Part 121. On
July 31, 2013 and prior, co-
pilots needed just 250 hours
of experience to obtain their
Airline Transport Pilot certi-
fication, which is required to
fly under Part 121.
Beginning Aug. 1, 2013, co-
pilots needed to be at least
23 years old and have at
least 1,500 hours of flight
experience.
Search firm will seek 10
candidates for TRF police chief
Storm damage update
National Weather
Service confirms
EF2 tornado
Air service
at TRF airport
resumes in Oct.
Get ready for a full slate of activities
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Northwestern Mental Health receives grant


Northwestern Mental
Health Center in Crookston
has received a $749,323
implementation grant from
Minnesotas State
Innovation Model initiative.
The initiative awarded
$3.8 million in grants to help
12 community collaboratives
use e-health to promote
health and improve care
coordination. These grants
will enable providers across
different health care set-
tings to have access to the
information they need to
coordinate care and keep
people healthy and out of
the hospital.
These awards were made
possible through
Minnesotas $45 million
State Innovation Model test-
ing grant. The Minnesota
Department of Health and
the Department of Human
Services jointly received this
federal grant in 2013 and
are using the funds to help
implement the Minnesota
Accountable Health Model.
It is exciting that so
many Minnesota communi-
ties are ready to take advan-
tage of this opportunity to
find new ways of using e-
health to promote health
and prevent disease, said
Minnesota Commissioner of
Health Dr. Ed Ehlinger. The
initiative received requests
for more than $12 million in
funding.
The selected collabora-
tives received 12-month
development or 12- to 18-
month implementation
grants ranging from about
$66,000 to $897,000. The
grants are designed to help
care team members from
clinical, community and
social service settings use
health information exchange
and technology to do a better
job of meeting the health
needs of patients and com-
munity members.
These e-health projects
are a key piece of
Minnesotas strategy to
improve care and reduce
costs, said Human Services
Commissioner Lucinda
Jesson. Combined with
efforts such as our nation-
leading Integrated Health
Partnerships initiative in
our Medicaid program, we
are encouraging better care
coordination and enabling
communities to develop
their own approaches.
More than 90 percent of
Minnesotas hospitals and
clinics are already using
electronic health records
and health information
exchange and technologies
to improve care. These
grants are focused on fur-
thering the benefits of e-
health by connecting team
members from different set-
tings.
Collaboratives needed to
include at least one partner
from local public health
departments, long-term and
post-acute care, behavioral
health and social services.
The collaboratives also need-
ed at least two or more
organizations participating
in or planning to participate
in an accountable care
organization, such as
Minnesotas Integrated
Health Partnerships, or sim-
ilar care delivery model
involving payment alterna-
tives to fee-for-service, such
as shared risk, shared sav-
ings, or total cost of care. A
key goal of SIM Minnesota is
to test whether ACO pay-
ment arrangements improve
care and reduce costs.
The collaboratives will
primarily use the funds to
incorporate health informa-
tion exchange into their
communities, establish a
connection with one of
Minnesotas six State-
Certified HIE Service
Providers, and hire staff
dedicated to figuring out
how partners can exchange
medical and health informa-
tion. The collaboratives can
also use funds for activities
including improving hand-
offs and transitions between
settings, creating patient
consent processes, and using
public health data to
improve outcomes.
The Minnesota
Accountable Health Model
will have two rounds of
grant funding to support the
secure exchange of medical
or health-related informa-
tion. Federal funds account
for 100 percent of the grant
amounts; however, the recip-
ients of the grants are
required to provide match-
ing funds of 20 percent.
Depression and Anxiety
Recovery Program planned
An introductory session
for the Depression and
Anxiety Recovery Program
will be at 7 p.m. on Tuesday,
July 29, at Open Arms
Christian Fellowship, 401
St. Paul Ave. S., Thief River
Falls. The introductory ses-
sion is free and open to the
public.
The Depression and
Anxiety Recovery Program
is a health education class
that can help those dealing
with depression and those
wishing to help a loved one
suffering from depression.
It can also provide helpful
tools for individuals wishing
to overcome stress and anxi-
ety and those desiring to
achieve peak mental per-
formance and a healthier
lifestyle. Participants will
learn how to eliminate nega-
tive habits of body and mind,
develop healthy eating pat-
terns, and get more out of
the day by enhancing brain
function.
Developed by Dr. Neil
Nedley, this DVD-based pro-
gram consists of eight week-
ly meetings. Nedley will
teach participants how to
improve brain function,
maximize IQ in children,
increase energy, boost con-
centration, engage in
healthy sleep habits,
improve physical perform-
ance, and gain renewed
hope.
For more information,
call 21-681-1776 or email
trfhealth@gmail.com.
Thief River Falls resident
Billie Gagner has received a
special thank you for her
contributions to the commu-
nity.
Gagner was selected to
receive free fuel from Tanks
of Thanks, a program that
rewards people who do good
deeds to help make their
community just a little bit
better. She received a $50
Tanks of Thanks gift card,
redeemable at any Cenex
location.
Gagner was nominated
for helping out a friend who
has cancer through
fundraisers and benefits,
and for providing meals.
The Tanks of Thanks pro-
gram from CHS and Cenex
retailers encourages people
to nominate friends, family
and neighbors for free fuel
as a way to say thank you
for doing good in the com-
munity. Each month, CHS
and Cenex retailers give
away more than $5,000 in
free fuel through the Tanks
of Thanks program.
Tanks of Thanks is a
multi-year program, so
there is still plenty of time
for others to nominate some-
one they know for free fuel.
To make a nomination, visit
www. tanksofthanks. com
and briefly describe why
someone deserves a Tank of
Thanks.
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Sunday August 3rd @ 3:00 p.m.
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If Love Could Have Saved You,
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The Broken Chain
We little knew that day, God was
going to call your name. In life we
loved you dearly. In death, we do the
same. It broke our hearts to lose you.
You did not go alone. For part of us
went with you. The day God called
you home. You left us beautiful mem-
ories. Your love is still our guide. And
though we cannot see you, you are
always at our side. Our family chain
is broken. And nothing seems the
same. But as God calls us one by
one, the chain will link again.
We love, miss and
think about you every day
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Open House
Baby Shower
for twins
Sophie and Blaise
Sundberg
Parents Amanda Sundberg
and the late Lars Sundberg
at the home of Cheryl
and Brian Peterson
Saturday, August 2nd
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Please Join Us For a
Baby Shower
honoring
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Bengtson
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nd
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(Back Room)
Middle River
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Open House
80th Birthday Party for Bob and Ann Bregier
CMon Inn, Thief River Falls, MN
Saturday, August 2nd from 1-4 p.m.
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Dean & Patricia Brateng
50th Wedding Anniversary Party
Saturday, August 2nd
Wannaska Community Center
5:00 -7:00 p.m.
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Music by
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Thank You
My thanks to everyone
for their cards and
visits while I was a
patient at the
Care Center.
Elaine Wentzel
Thank you
Many thanks to each and
everyone who came to
my birthday party.
Also to those who sent
cards to Orlo and me.
It was greatly
appreciated.
Sincerely,
Oren Syrtveit
Benefit for
Wade Lee Johnson
Thursday,
July, 31, 2014
Eagles Club
Thief River Falls
4:30 - 8:00 p.m.
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live auction by Jason Rominski, and raffle
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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
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community to a meeting with
Jess Steinbrenner from the
MN Alzheimers Association
Thursday, July 31st at 4 p.m.
Meeting is open
to the public
Robert
Kloubec
Moorhead - Robert W.
Kloubec, 88, of Moorhead
and formerly of Thief River
Falls, died Friday, July 18,
2014.
A Celebration of Life was
held on Tuesday, July 22, at
Lutheran Church of the
Good Shepherd in
Moorhead.
JoAnn P.
Berberich, 65
Audubon - JoAnn
Phyllis Berberich, 65 of
Audubon, died Tuesday, July
22, 2014 at Elim Nursing
Home, Fargo, N.D.
Funeral services will be
held at 11 a.m. on Saturday,
July 26 at St. Francis Xavier
Catholic Church, Lake Park,
with Fr. Bob LaPlante,
Celebrant. Visitation will be
one hour prior to the service
at the church.
Interment will be held at
First Lutheran Cemetery,
rural Audubon.
Rev. Mary E.
Hansen, 73
Thief River Falls -
Pastor Mary E. Hansen, 73,
Thief River Falls, died sud-
denly on Tuesday, July 22,
2014 at Sanford Medical
Center in Thief River Falls,
as a result of cardiac arrest.
At the time of her death
Pastor Mary was serving as
pastor of Calvary Lutheran
Church in St. Hilaire.
The Memorial Service to
celebrate the life of Rev.
Mary E. Hansen will be held
at 11 A.M. on Monday, July
28 at Calvary Lutheran
Church in St. Hilaire, with
Rev. Dr. Lawrence R.
Wohlrabe, Bishop of the
Northwestern Minnesota
Synod of the Evangelical
Lutheran Church in
America, presiding.
Augusta
Thorson, 102
Thief River Falls -
Augusta Gustie Thorson,
102, Thief River Falls, died
Thursday, July 24, 2014 at
Thief River Care Center,
Thief River Falls.
Funeral services will be
held at 2 p.m. on Sunday,
July 27, 2014 at Johnson
Funeral Service in Thief
River Falls, with Pastor
Troy Bates officiating.
Interment will follow at
Greenwood Cemetery in
Thief River Falls.
Visitation will be held
from 1:00 PM until 2:00 PM
on Sunday, July 27, 2014 at
Johnson Funeral Service.
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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.
Disaster awareness
and preparedness
Theres nothing like experiencing a
severe storm to make a person more
aware of dangerous and changing
weather situations around them.
Anyone who lived in Rapid City, S.D. in
1972, when a thunderstorm resulted in
severe flash flooding and loss of life,
now takes these threats seriously and
takes immediate action when weather
changes cause flash flooding alerts to
be announced. Im sure the same is
true of anyone who has lived through a
tornado.
There havent been very many torna-
does in northwestern Minnesota. Its
not like were living in tornado alley,
and the risks arent high. In addition,
were so used to our local news stations
keeping us well informed - some say
too informed - about changing weather,
that some people may have been lured
into a false sense of security.
A storm of protest has been rising
against the convenience store in
Crookston that recently denied shelter
to a traveler during a storm. The own-
ers may now be looking for a shelter
from the storm of protest, even though
the business may not have been built
to withstand the winds and may have
been liable for any injury to travelers
who were granted shelter.
Homes and places of business in
northwestern Minnesota are probably
designed and built based on building
codes - codes based on the assessed
risks, but its certainly a question for
local building officials. In most situa-
tions, I would think the building codes
are created to allow buildings to with-
stand a wind event of 90-mph winds.
Thats certainly a question that should
be directed at local officials. Are local
homes and businesses built to with-
stand those kinds of winds? In any
event, I suspect the answer would
mean that sheltering inside a building
would be better than a car.
The National Weather Service says
the safest course of action when a tor-
nado approaches is to get out of the tor-
nados path, or to seek shelter in a stur-
dy, well-constructed building. Absent
that kind of shelter, lying flat in a
ditch, ravine, or below-grade culvert
also offers protection from flying tor-
nadic debris. They also encourage peo-
ple in the path of a tornado not to try
and outrun a tornado in a car. But
above all, they warn that travelers
need to be aware of their surroundings,
check weather forecasts often in chang-
ing conditions and take personal
responsibility for their own safety.
Most of us would agree that the C-
store manager should have used some
common sense and allowed the woman
inside, but all the fault does not fall on
the shoulders of the manager or work-
er who denied the traveler refuge from
the storm. The traveler should have
been more aware of her situation and,
given the weather conditions, taken
action earlier. As the Weather Service
states, travelers should take personal
responsibility for their safety before
it becomes too late as it almost did in
this instance.
In northwestern Minnesota, we can
almost expect kindness from stangers,
but we still need to take personal
responsibility for our own safety.
If nothing comes of this incident, it
should bring to our attention the fact
that there needs to be a better way of
directing travelers and residents to
storm shelters. It may not be enough to
tell people to seek shelter in the City
Hall or the Ralph Engelstad Arena, for
that matter. It may be necessary to
provide brief directions to the shelters.
In some instances, providing options
may relieve traffic congestion. More
importantly, it may provide emergency
responders and leaders an opportunity
to direct people away from obstacles,
like flooded roads and underpasses. It
doesnt take much water to cause a
motor vehicle to float or lose contact
with the road. And how would emer-
gency responders react if they learned
that someone responding to announce-
ments to go to a shelter, drove into a
flooded intersection, like the one that
usually occurs at First Street and
Knight Avenue in Thief River Falls,
and got stuck?
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DeWayne Kostrzewski For Sheriff
I would like to take this opportunity to give my support to DeWayne Kostrzewski for
Sheriff of Marshall County.
I have worked with DeWayne Kostrzewski for many years. When he came to Warren
as Chief of Police, for seven years, I watched him manage a budget efficiently and with
great success. He also professionally supervised several officers. He seemed to always
be available for his officers whenever they needed him. He has always conducted himself
in a professional manner.
For the last fourteen years (come September), he has worked in the Marshall County
Sheriff`s Office. Here, again, I worked with him on several cases. DeWayne Kostrzewski
has been thorough in his investigations to get all the information needed for the case he
is working.
DeWayne Kostrzewski has made himself available for the
citizens of Marshall County. I know him as an honest and fair
person of integrity. I also believe he will expect his personnel to
conduct themselves in a competent and professional manner.
I believe DeWayne Kostrzewski would be a highly qualified
Sheriff for Marshall County. I would like to ask the citizens of
Marshall County to support DeWayne Kostrzewski for Sheriff of
Marshall County.
Thank you.
Retired Chief Deputy, Randy Olson
POL. ADV. Paid for by DeWayne Kostrzewski on his own behalf.
Dr. Steven Lesmeister
105 Second St. SW P.O. Box 265
McIntosh, MN 56556 (218) 563-3001
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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Pediatric immunizations to
be topic of health luncheon
Immuni zat i ons. Who
needs them? Why? Which
ones? When? Immunizing
your child can be confusing.
As a parent, you might have
questions and concerns
about vaccine safety. With so
much incorrect information
on the Internet and in the
media, it is often hard to
find trustworthy, clear, and
up-to-date information.
RiverView Health will
hold a health luncheon on
pediatric immunizations
Thursday, July 31 at 12 p.m.
in meeting room 1 of
RiverView Health in
Crookston. Meeting room 1
is located near the
RiverView Clinic entrance
on the north side of the hos-
pital and across from the
elevators on first floor.
Each luncheon starts a
few minutes past noon and
luncheons are kept to under
one hour, so those needing to
return to work can attend.
The presentations are free,
and attendees can bring
their own lunches or pur-
chase a bag lunch for $3.
Preregistration is required.
Call Holly Anderson at 218-
281-9745 to reserve a seat.
For the July 31 luncheon,
Meghan Updike, DNP-C,
will walk attendees through
the history of immuniza-
tions, their mechanism of
action, current recommen-
dations and present contro-
versy surrounding their use
in children.
Vaccinations have
reduced the number of infec-
tions from vaccine-preventa-
ble diseases by more than 90
percent, according to the
American Academy of
Pediatrics. Yet, many par-
ents still question their safe-
ty because of misinformation
theyve received. Thats why
its important to turn to a
reliable and trusted source,
including your childs
healthcare provider, for
information.
Over the years, some of
the most devastating dis-
eases that affect children
have been greatly reduced or
eradicated completely
thanks to vaccination.
Today, children are protect-
ed from 14 dangerous child-
hood diseases through
immunizations, yet some
diseases are back in the
news.
U.S. measles cases are at
a 20-year high this year, the
U.S. Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention
reported in June. As of May
30, the agency had received
reports of 334 measles cases
in 18 states.
Nearly all of the out-
breaks involved unvaccinat-
ed people who brought
measles back after a trip
overseas, the CDC said.
Those outbreaks could have
been prevented.
An Oklee man has been
charged after he allegedly
burglarized four Red Lake
Falls homes.
Robert Duncan Fox, 21,
has been
c h a r g e d
with four
f e l o n y
counts of
first degree
b u r g l a r y,
two misde-
m e a n o r
counts of
tamperi ng
with a
motor vehicle and two mis-
demeanor counts of theft.
Sheriff Mitch Bernstein said
Fox made his initial court
appearance Monday, July 21
in Red Lake County District
Court and was released on
his promise to appear in
court again Monday, Aug.
11.
The charges stemmed
from three burglaries in
July 2013 and one burglary
in March 2014. Fox alleged-
ly entered the homes while
they were occupied.
Oklee man charged
with burglaries
Saturday, July 26, 2014
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Thief River Falls Lions Club
Picnic at Lions Park
Thursday, July 31 5 - 7 p.m.
Grilled hamburgers, hot dogs,
potato chips, water and pop.
Donations will be used for
continuing improvements at the park.
Dr. Todd Sandwick DDS (general dentist)
418 1st St. West
Fosston, MN 56542
(218) 435-7263 Fax: (218) 435-7260
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Thief River Falls resident Randy Rasmussen was recently
recognized by the Minnesota Dairy Herd Improvement
Association. He received the Spirit of DHIA Award.
Rasmussen is pictured with his wife, Margaret.
(Submitted)
Rasmussen receives
Spirit of DHIA Award
The Minnesota Dairy
Herd Improvement
Association recently recog-
nized Field Representative
Randy Rasmussen with the
prestigious Spirit of DHIA
Award.
Rasmussen, a Thief River
Falls resident, currently
provides service to dairy
producers in seven north-
west Minnesota counties. He
began his career with
Minnesota DHIA in 1976.
This award recognizes dedi-
cation to DHIA customers,
willingness to innovate and
quality of data provided.
Minnesota DHIA is a non-
profit organization with
more than 50 percent of
Minnesota dairy producers
using the lab and informa-
tion services.
Soybean and Corn
Plot Tours to be held
Join the northern county
Soybean and Corn Grower
Associations, and the
University of Minnesota
Extension in northern
Minnesota as they host the
2014 Soybean and Corn Plot
Tours.
Local tours will be held:
Tuesday, Aug. 5 at 9
a.m. Polk County Soybean
and Corn Variety Plot Tour,
Sherack
Wednesday, Aug. 6 at
9 a.m. Marshall County
Soybean and Corn County
Variety Plot Tour,
Newfolden, and at 3:30 p.m.
Kittson County Variety
Plot Tour, Hallock
Thursday, Aug. 7 at
9 a.m. Pennington/Red
Lake County Soybean
Variety Plot Tour, Thief
River Falls, and at 3:30
p.m. Roseau/Lake of the
Woods County Variety Plot
Tour, Warroad
The tours will feature a
range of hands-on produc-
tion and pest management
topics, information on soy-
bean/corn varieties, micro-
nutrients and fungicide
research, plant populations,
and agronomic demonstra-
tion and discuss plant
stresses including herbicide,
diseases, seed treatments
and more.
U of M Extension
researchers and educators,
and local county Extension
educators will be available
at various plot tours. Visit
the Minnesota Soybean web-
site at www.mnsoybean.org
or Minnesota Wheat website
at www.smallgrains.org for
locations and field direc-
tions.
The tours are funded, in
part, by Minnesota Soybean
and Corn Growers
Associations and their
checkoffs.
Parents Forever to
be held in August
The next session of
Parents Forever a course
for divorcing parents is
scheduled for Monday
evenings, Aug. 4, 11 and 18.
Classes are held at the
Pennington County
Courthouse meeting Room,
Thief River Falls.
When a mother and
father divorce, it is a major
life change for all members
of the family. Each family
members emotional, psy-
chological, physical and
financial well-being are
impacted. Children are often
affected for years to come by
decisions made by their par-
ents during the divorce
process. This course helps
provide divorcing couples
or those contemplating
divorce with information
that will help them make
decisions that minimize the
stress of this transition
time.
Topics included in the
class series are: Impact of
Divorce on Adults, Impact of
Divorce on Children, Money
Issues in Divorce, Legal
Issues and Role of
Mediation, and Pathways to
a New Life. This course pro-
vides the requirements for
divorcing couples, as man-
dated by the state court sys-
tem. It is also open to any-
one interested in the topic.
For more information or
to register for the course,
call the Pennington County
Extension Office at 218-683-
7030. There is still time to
register for this class.
Ambulance worker is assaulted
A Moorhead man has
been charged after he
allegedly assaulted an
ambulance employee
Saturday, July 19 in Oklee.
Juan Patrick Eugene
Bunker, 20, appeared
Monday, July 21 in Red
Lake County District Court
to face four misdemeanor
charges. Sheriff Mitch
Bernstein noted the charges
were fourth degree assault,
trespassing, disorderly con-
duct and underage consump-
tion. Bunker was released
on his promise to appear in
court Monday, Aug. 4. He
was released to Clay County
authorities since he has an
active warrant there.
The charges stemmed
from a report to the Red
Lake County Sheriff s Office
during the evening hours of
Saturday, July 19. Someone
reported a disturbance at an
Oklee apartment building.
Bernstein said the Oklee
Ambulance Service was then
dispatched to the scene to
check out Bunker, who was
extremely intoxicated.
Bunker allegedly struck a
female ambulance employee.
She didnt seek medical
attention.
After the incident,
Bunker was transported to
Sanford Medical Center in
Thief River Falls. Bernstein
noted that Bunker was
treated and released from
the hospital. He was then
taken to the Tri-County
Correctional Facility in
Crookston.
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A significant drop in the deer population has prompt-
ed the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources to
make major changes in its 2014 hunting season
license sales. In many areas, taking a doe like this will
require a permit, while no antlerless harvest will be
allowed in other locations. In this case, the doe and
her fawn were shot by Times/Northern Watch
sports editor Mike Lundgren who had his camera
handy while on a walk down a country road with his
grandson during a recent family vacation in the
Bemidji area.
Smaller harvest for 2014 hunt...
Conservative deer
season is planned
Hunters can expect a con-
servative 2014 deer season
designed to rebuild deer
numbers across much of the
state, the Minnesota
Department of Natural
Resources said.
Hunters should check
the 2014 hunting regula-
tions closely because only
one deer can be harvested in
95 percent of the state, said
Leslie McInenly, big game
program leader for the DNR.
To shoot a doe, hunters may
have to apply for a permit in
areas where they havent in
the past and, in some places,
no antlerless harvest will be
allowed.
In 69 of Minnesotas 128
deer permit areas, hunters
must be chosen in a lottery
to shoot an antlerless deer.
Only bucks can be hunted in
14 areas. In 38 areas,
hunters have the choice of
shooting a doe or a buck.
Bonus permits allowing
hunters to shoot more than
one deer may only be used in
seven permit areas and for
some special hunts.
Many hunters voiced
concerns about current deer
densities and their hunting
experiences in recent years.
We heard from hunters at
the listening sessions we
conducted, in the online
comments we solicited and
by contacting us directly,
McInenly said. This past
winter only added to those
concerns so this years con-
servative approach will pro-
tect more antlerless deer,
reduce the statewide har-
vest and allow the popula-
tion to rebound.
Some speculate that har-
vest could dip as low as
120,000 deer a far cry from
the 272,000 animals taken
as recently as 2006.
Northeastern Minnesota
hunters will feel the great-
est impact from a bucks-only
season. In bucks-only areas,
no antlerless deer may be
harvested by any hunter,
including those with archery
or youth licenses. McInenly
said that most of these areas
are now below goal and that
this years conservative
approach is consistent with
the DNRs long-term com-
mitment to manage deer
populations at established
goal levels.
Hunters can enter the lot-
tery for antlerless permits
beginning Friday, Aug. 1.
The deadline to apply is
Thursday, Sept. 4. Hunters
may apply using both their
firearm and muzzleloader
licenses. If hunters are
selected for both licenses,
they must select the one sea-
son in which they want to
shoot an antlerless deer.
Recently, hunters could
take up to five deer in some
areas. But after deer num-
bers had been intentionally
lowered by wildlife man-
agers, the state was hit by
severve winters the last two
years, dropping deer num-
bers significantly.
Deer hunting licenses,
lottery applications and spe-
cial hunt applications are
available at any DNR
license agent, by telephone
at 888-665-4236 or online at
www. mndnr. gov/ buyal i -
cense. Lottery winners will
be notified in October.
Bucks-only deer areas in
2014 are deer permit areas
108, 117, 118, 119, 122, 126,
127, 169, 176, 177, 178, 180,
181 and 199.
Lottery deer areas in
2014 are permit areas 101,
103, 105, 110, 111, 152, 155,
156, 159, 171, 172, 173, 179,
183, 184, 197, 203, 208, 213,
229, 234, 237, 238, 242, 246,
247, 250, 251, 252, 253, 258,
259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 264,
265, 266, 267, 268, 269, 270,
271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 276,
277, 278, 279, 280, 281, 282,
283, 284, 285, 286, 288, 289,
290, 291, 294, 295, 296, 297,
298 and 299.
Hunter choice deer areas
in 2014 are permit areas
157, 201, 209, 210, 214, 215,
218, 219, 221, 222, 223, 224,
225, 227, 230, 232, 233, 235,
236, 239, 240, 241, 248, 249,
254, 255, 256, 257, 292, 293,
338, 339, 341, 342, 344, 345,
347 and 348.
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NCTC volleyball
schedule begins
with invitational
Athletic coordinator Paul
Peterson has announced the
2014 Northland Community
and Technical College vol-
leyball schedule.
The Pioneers will open
the year Saturday, Aug. 23,
at the Minnesota State-
Fergus Falls Invitational.
Northlands home debut
and Minnesota College
Athletic Conference opener
is scheduled Friday, Aug. 29,
vs. Vermilion.
Abdul Chamma is begin-
ning his sixth season as the
Northland head volleyball
coach.
NCTC Volleyball
Saturday, Aug. 23 - Minnesota
State-Fergus Falls Invitational, 9
a.m.; Friday, Aug. 29 - Vermilion,
6:30 p.m.; Saturday, Aug. 30 -
Mesabi Range, noon; Wednesday,
Sept. 3 - at Itasca, 6:30 p.m.;
Wednesday, Sept. 10 - Central
Lakes, 6:30 p.m.; Saturday, Sept.
13 - Anoka-Ramsey Invitational, 9
a.m.; Friday, Sept 19 - at Rainy
River, 6:30 p.m.; Saturday, Sept.
20 - at Hibbing, noon; Wednesday,
Sept. 24 - Fond du Lac, 6:30 p.m.;
Saturday, Sept. 27 - Itasca
Invitational, 9 a.m.; Wednesday,
Oct. 1 - Itasca, 6:30 p.m.; Friday,
Oct. 3 - at Mesabi Range, 6:30
p.m.; Saturday, Oct. 4 - at
Vermilion, noon; Wednesday, Oct.
8 - at Central Lakes 6:30 p.m.;
Saturday, Oct. 11 - NCTC
Quadrangular, 9:30 a.m.;
Wednesday, Oct. 15 - at Fond du
Lac, 6:30 p.m.; Friday, Oct. 24 -
Hibbing, 2 p.m.; Saturday Oct. 25
- Rainy River, noon.
TRF Riverfest co-ed
softball tournament
is scheduled Aug. 2
Thief River Falls
Riverfest Invitational co-ed
softball tournament will be
held Saturday, Aug. 2.
Entry fee is $125. Teams
are guaranteed three
games. All teams will
receive Riverfest buttons
with their entry fee. Entry
deadline is July 30.
All games will be played
at the Multi-Events Center.
Trophies will go to the top
three finishers.
To register, send fee to
Paul Peterson, TRF
Softball, 17081 152nd St.
NE, Thief River Falls, MN
56701.
For additional informa-
tion call Peterson at 218-
686-9659.
Standings
n Monday League - Nelson
Equipment-Northern Motors-Biff s
Kitchen 17-3, Fastlane-Eagles 13-
6, West End 10-10, Bellys-Brodin-
Memories 8-12, Carpenters Corner
7-12, Srnsky Trucking 6-13,
Epiphany Station 4-15.
n Tuesday League - Edward
Jones-Genereux Realty 17-3, Digi-
Key Force 14-6, Dawg House-Old
Timers 13-7, Erls Market-Frasers
Sports Cafe-Sorvig Oil 11-7, M80
12-8, Oklee Lumber 8-12, RV
Sports-Justin Kjos Agency 7-13,
Digi-Key Blue 5-15, VFW 5-15,
Eidelbes 2-16.
n Thursday League - Paradis
16-2, Budweiser-Pennington Main-
Ericco 15-3, TnJs-Red Lake
Electric 12-6, Phillips Iron-ITS
Auto 9-9, St. Hilaire Bears 8-10,
Schooner Bar & Grill 6-12, Blue
Eagles 5-13.
Results
n Monday, July 21 - (6:20 p.m.)
Bellys-Brodin-Memories 15,
Epiphany Station 2; Carpenters
Corner 19, Eidelbes 10; Nelson
Equipment-Northern Motors-Biff s
Kitchen 16, Srnsky Trucking 9;
Fastlane-Eagles 7, West End 0;
(7:30 p.m.) Nelson Equipment-
Northern Motors-Biff s Kitchen 7,
West End 0; Bellys-Brodin-
Memories 28, Eidelbes 7. (post-
poned by weather) Epiphany
Station vs. Carpenters Corner;
Srnsky Trucking vs. Fastlane-
Eagles..
n Tuesday, July 22 - (6:20 p.m.)
Edward Jones-Genereux Realty 12,
RV Sports-Justin Kjos Agency 10;
Digi-Key Force 17, Dawg House-
Old Timers 16; Oklee Lumber 10,
Digi-Key Blue 2; M80 11, VFW 10;
(7:30 p.m.) M80 19, Digi-Key Blue
6; RV Sports-Justin Kjos Agency10,
Dawg House-Old Timers 3; Edward
Jones-Genereux Realty 11, Digi-
Key Force 5; VFW 8, Oklee Lumber
7.
MENS SOFTBALL
DNR announces wolf season
Hunters and trappers can
apply for the 2014 wolf sea-
son beginning Friday, Aug.
1, the Minnesota
Department of Natural
Resources announced.
A total of 3,800 hunting
and trapping licenses will be
available, 500 more licenses
than last years seasons. The
statewide target harvest of
wolves is 250, 30 more than
last year.
The early season begins
Saturday, Nov. 8.
Latest population survey
results estimate that 470
wolf packs and 2,423 wolves
lived in Minnesotas wolf
range this past winter, 212
more wolves than estimated
on the survey conducted in
winter 2013.
Estimates show a stable
population with no signifi-
cant change from the 2013
estimate of 2,211 wolves,
said Dan Stark, DNR large
carnivore specialist. We will
continue to evaluate the wolf
population annually to
ensure the wolf population
remains well established
across northern and central
Minnesota.
The DNRs goal for wolf
management is to ensure
the long term survival of
wolves in Minnesota while
addressing conflicts between
wolves and humans.
Hunting Information
Starting Aug. 1, hunters
and trappers can apply for
2,300 early-season and 1,500
late-season licenses. The
deadline to apply for the
hunting and trapping
license lottery is Thursday,
Sept. 4.
To apply, applicants need
to pay a $4 fee, show proof of
a current or previous hunt-
ing license and choose one of
three available license
options, using the seasons
letter designation when buy-
ing:
n Early season hunting
(Season A) is open at the
same time the firearms deer
season is open unless a wolf
zone closes earlier because
the target harvest is met.
The early season runs from
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It was a tie for 17th place for TRF Kubb
in a 90-team field at the 2014 National
Kubb Championship July 12-13 in Eau
Claire, Wis. The squad included, from
left, Peter Hadt, Ryan Kolden, Nachele
Kolden, Austin Kolden, Kathleen Larson
and Tommy Larson all of Thief River
Falls. (Submitted)
(Continued from Page 6)
Managed deer areas in
2014 are permit areas 114,
287 and 343.
Intensive deer areas in
2014 are permit areas 182,
346 and 349.
The DNR strongly advis-
es hunters to review new
deer hunting regulations,
permit area designations
and boundary changes
before applying. Current
and up-to-date information
is available online at
w w w . m n d n r . g o v /
hunting/deer.
Information about deer
management and upcoming
deer population goal setting
during the next two years is
available at www.mndnr.
gov/deer.
Deer numbers low
Fourth place team in the eighth annual National Kubb
Championship were the Ringers a team that includ-
ed, from left, Gregg Jochimen and Ryan Kolden of
Thief River Falls, along with Dave Ellringer of Eau
Claire, Wis. Billed as the largest kubb tournament out-
side of Europe, the event was held July 12-13 in Eau
Claire. (Submitted)
Steve Wiseth took a good cut at a deliv-
ery from Roseau pitcher Logan Hulst,
but the Thief River Falls batter swung
and missed as the ball ended up in the
glove of Royals catcher Jared Nelson
during a Minnesota Amateur Baseball
Association Northwest Border League
playoff game July 16 at the Multi-Events
Center. Roseau swept the best-of-three
series 9-0, 10-3.
Legion tourney under way
Upsets highlighted
Thursday opening round
results in the 2014
Minnesota American Legion
Division I Sub-State 14
baseball tournament being
played at Perham.
The top two seeds were
both sent into the loser-out
bracket of the eight-team,
double-elimination state-
qualifier. No. 8 seed Detroit
Lakes stunned the top-seed-
ed Moorhead Blues 2-1 and
No. 7 seed Fergus Falls
upset second-seeded East
Grand Forks 8-5.
Elsewhere, No. 4 seed
Alexandria shut out No. 5
Thief River Falls 5-0 and No.
3 seed Perham defeated No.
6 Bemidji 7-3.
Post-season games are
nine-inning affairs. Thief
River Falls and Alexandria
played through six scoreless
innings before Alexandria
pushed two runs across the
plate in the bottom of the
seventh and added two more
in the eighth.
Dylan Stockert pitched a
complete-game three-hit
shutout and delivered a
pinch-hit two-run home run
in the eighth inning when he
batted for the designated
hitter.
Grant Toivenens RBI sin-
gle shattered Stockerts
pitching dual against the
Bandits Nick Hoffard, who
worked into the seventh
inning. Casey Hammerback
followed with a run-scoring
double for the 2-0 edge.
An error produced an
eighth inning run prior to
Stockerts home run.
Scoring
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TRF...............000 000 000 - 0 3 2
Perham.........000 000 23x - 5 12 1
Pitching - (TRF) Nick Hoffard-L, 7
1/3 IP; Aaron Rima 1/3 IP;
(Alexandria) Dylan Stockert-W, 9 IP.
Offensive highlights - (Alexandria)
Dylan Stockert 2-run home run;
Casey Hammerback RBI double;
Grant Toivenen RBI single.
(Continued from Page 6)
Saturday, Nov. 8, through
Sunday, Nov. 23, in all
Series 100 deer permit
areas, and Nov. 8 through
Sunday, Nov. 16, in Series
200 deer permit areas. In
the east-central zone, the
early season is scheduled to
be a two-day hunt this year,
concluding when legal shoot-
ing hours end on Sunday,
Nov. 9.
n Late season hunting
(Season B) runs from
Saturday, Nov. 29, through
Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015, or
when the target harvest is
met, whichever occurs first.
If the east-central zones tar-
get harvest is met during
the early season, the late
east-central season will not
open.
Late season trapping
(Season C) runs from Nov.
29 through Jan. 31, 2015, or
when the target harvest is
met, whichever occurs first.
The statewide bag limit is
one wolf and licenses are not
zone-specific. Lottery win-
ners will receive a wolf hunt-
ing booklet with their notifi-
cation.
Wolf license fees are $30
for residents and $250 for
nonresidents. The early sea-
son purchase deadline is
Friday, Oct. 31, with surplus
licenses going on sale at
noon on Wednesday, Nov. 5.
The late season purchase
deadline is Friday, Nov. 21,
with surplus licenses going
on sale at noon on
Wednesday, Nov. 26.
Information on wolf hunt-
ing is available on the DNR
website at www.mndnr.gov/
hunting/wolf. Wolf manage-
ment information is avail-
able at www.mndnr.gov/
wolves.
Results
n Wednesday, July 9 - (6:30
p.m.) Team Four 21, Digi-Key
Rippers 15; Zoomies 20, Legends 12
Synergy 14, Edward Jones-IV
League 2; (7:40 p.m.) Zoomies 26,
Digi-Key Rippers 12, Legends 22,
Misfits-Dawg House 0; Team Four
15, Edward Jones-IV League 3.
n Wednesday, July 23 - (6:30
p.m.) Synergy 20, Misfits/Dawg
House 0; Legends 14, Edward
Jones-IV League 13; Zoomies 11,
Team Four 10; (7:40 p.m.) Synergy
27, Legends 14; Team Four 12,
Misfits/Dawg House 0; Digi-Key
Rippers 10, Edward Jones-IV
League 2.
WOMENS SOFTBALL
Wolf season plans announced for 2014
Sub-State 14
n Thursday, July 24 - (first
round) Alexandria 5, Thief River
Falls 0; Detroit Lakes 2,
Moorhead 1; Fergus Falls 8,
East Grand Forks 5; Perham 7,
Bemidji 3.
n Friday, July 25 - (loser-out)
Thief River Falls vs. Moorhead,
10 a.m.; East Grand Forks vs.
Bemidji, 1 p.m.; (winners brack-
et) Alexandria vs. Detroit Lakes,
4 p.m.; Fergus Falls vs. Perham,
7 p.m.
n Saturday, July 26 - loser-
out games at 10 a.m., 1 p.m., 4
p.m.; winners bracket final, 7
p.m.
n Sunday, July 27 - loser-out
game, 1 p.m.; finals, 4 p.m.
n Monday, July 28 - champi-
onship, if needed, 6 p.m.
Perham top seed
for Ninth District
VFW tournament
Ninth District VFW base-
ball tournament for 16-year-
olds is taking place this
weekend in Fergus Falls.
The state-qualifying dou-
ble-elimination event began
Friday and runs through
Sunday.
Thief River Falls drew
East Grand Forks as a first
round foe Friday afternoon.
The winner had a match-up
with top-seeded Perham
that night.
Bemidji was the tourna-
ments No. 2 seed.
The winner will advance
to the 59th annual
Minnesota VFW state tour-
nament Aug. 7-9 in
Brainerd.
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1 mile north of Middle River
on Hwy. 32
218-222-3540
Patrick C. Alcorn DDS
Preventative and Restorative Dentistry
for Children and Adults
~ New Patients Welcome ~
We accept most Insurance plans
Located in the Park Place Mall
Red Lake Falls, MN 218-253-4204
1st Annual Thief River Falls
RiverFest Cruise-In
Motorcycle Show
Sponsored by
Saturday, August 2nd, 2014
CLASSES:
Baggers Production Chopper
Chopper Rat/Work in Progress
Trike Hard Tail V8 Cycle
250cc Under Classic/Original/Restored
Bobbers Touring Sport Bike
Best in Show American HD/Victory/Indian
Best in Show Metric/Cruizer All Models
Peoples Choice Best of Show (Open to all Registered)
For Information Contact Rich Anderson (612) 860-1502(c) or Jason Miller (218) 686-2969
Not responsible for accidents. City ordinance prohibits alcohol on city property. Street Wizards members entries are not eligible for vote.
Held in Conjunction With 13th Annual
Street Wizards Car Show at Gazebo Park
Last years car show hosted 241 entries
Free Shuttle
To & From
RiverFest
Events All Day
Live Bands Food
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11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Old Arena Parking Area
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Entry 8-11 a.m. $10 Entry Fee (Includes Free Meal)
Awards 3 p.m.
All Makes &
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Registration starts at 9 a.m.
Show 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Awards 3 p.m.
Entry Fee: $15/Vehicle
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Kids Games 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
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Registration: 9 a.m. Show: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. $10 Entry Fee
International Woodcarving
and Arts Festival to be held
The International
Woodcarving and Arts
Festival will be held Friday,
Aug. 1 through Sunday, Aug.
3.
This decades-old festival
held in Lake Bronson State
Park has roots going back to
the mid-1980s. It is consid-
ered by many to be the
parks signature event. In
addition to the woodcarvers
who have been a fixture at
this event since its inaugu-
ration, a host of other art
and craft vendors, along
with performers, will be
spotlighted throughout the
run of the event.
To kick off the festival,
there will be artist work-
shops (basket weaving) at
various times Friday, Aug. 1
and Saturday, Aug. 2. The
best way to see the offerings
and preregistration informa-
tion is on the International
Woodcarving and Arts
Festival Facebook page or
by calling Rachel Green at
218-782-2266.
The musical lineup
throughout the festival
weekend will consist of sev-
eral performers singing
country, gospel and other
popular music. Come early
and stay late, so you can
enjoy Joyful Noise on
Saturday and The
Overtones on Sunday.
A new addition to the fes-
tival will be featured artist
Rock Bakken of Hallock,
who will have his Minnesota
Park themed artwork on dis-
play in the Visitor Center
lobby. Several popular crowd
favorites are back this year,
including chainsaw artist
Joe Wavra, who will have a
booth near the entrance of
the Visitor Center and
Nature Dan Bera will be
hosting Dr. HERBS, a fam-
ily event on Saturday after-
noon on the festival grounds.
This years nature pro-
grams, Pinecone
Porcupines and
Dinnerware Dragonfly,
will be a part of the festival
on Saturday and Sunday
afternoon. Other entertain-
ment, such as the kids quar-
ter dig and tower egg drop
competition, are also sched-
uled and will appeal to the
younger crowd. The
Greenbush Women of Today
are sponsoring those events.
Likewise, the Lake Bronson
Lions will offer carnival
games and face painting.
Maggies Food Wagon and
Bjerks are food vendors.
The Friends of Lake
Bronson State Park are the
lead sponsor of the festival
with the support of numer-
ous community partners and
Park personnel.
Further information
about the times and loca-
tions can be found on event
posters in the area, at
www.facebook.com/interna-
tionalwoodcarvingandarts-
festival, or by calling the
Lake Bronson State Park
office at 218-754-2200.
Draft LOW water
quality plan released
The International Lake of
the Woods Basin Water
Quality Plan of Study Team
has released a draft Plan of
Study and is inviting public
comment. There will be
eight public meetings during
the 30-day public comment
period, ending Friday, Aug.
22.
Local meetings will be
held:
Monday, Aug. 11, from
7 to 8:30 p.m. at the
Warroad High School mini-
theater
Thursday, Aug. 14,
from 5:30 to 7 p.m., at the
Red Lake Community
Center
We would like to thank
the experts working in the
basin on these issues, the
International Multi Agency
Arrangement partners, the
International Rainy-Lake of
the Woods Watershed Board
and its Community and
Industry Advisory Groups
and Canadian and U.S.
indigenous communities for
their contribution to the
draft water quality plan of
study, said Canadian Study
Co-Chairperson Glenn
Benoy.
U.S. Study Co-
Chairperson Mark Brigham
said, Now we need to
ground-truth the plan to
ensure that it addresses the
needs of the basin, first and
foremost.
Written comments can be
submitted to the Study
Team through its website at
ijc.org/en_/LWBWQPOS or
by mail to Kelli Saunders,
Secretary, LOWBWQ Study
Team International
Watershed Coordinator, 47
Donbrock Drive, Kenora,
ON P9N 0A2, Canada.
The draft study was pre-
pared by the International
Joint Commissions Lake of
the Woods Basin Water
Quality Plan of Study Team,
following a workshop held
this March in conjunction
with the Lake of the Woods
Water Quality Forum and
building on the information
in the recently updated
State of Basin Report.
The Study Team is devel-
oping a Water Quality Plan
of Study for the Lake of the
Woods Basin in response to
a 2012 International Joint
Commission recommenda-
tion to the federal govern-
ments looking at those pri-
ority issues identified by the
Task Force for watershed
governance action. It is
anticipated that the Study
Team will submit a final
report to the International
Joint Commission in the fall
of 2014. Based on the Study
Team's report, the commis-
sion will submit its final
report and recommenda-
tions to the governments.
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Saturday, August 2
nd
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218-681-4511
303 Main Avenue North Thief River Falls
HOURS: Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.;
Sat. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Sun. 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
RETAIL DEALER STORE
Crazy Days at Sears
End of Season Specials on
Barbecue Grills
STOP IN AND SEE OUR IN-STORE SPECIALS
Check out our Specials on
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 2014
Ping Pong Ball Drop
Ping Pong Balls will be dropped from the rooftop
of Purdys at 8 a.m. Shoppers will retrieve the
ping pong balls and redeem at businesses for
prizes.
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.
The Fair
I thought the county fair
was probably on the way out
back in the late 1980s. It
seemed like most facilities
were pretty worn out and
fewer and fewer people
farmed, which meant fewer
exhibits. I think the fair and
the people who attend fairs
have rediscovered they need
each other.
In the early 1970s, the
fair was everything. One
summer, I only left the farm
three times except for the
fair, so for me it was socially
huge. We always brought
cattle to show so we had to
make a trip to the Marshall
County Fair in Warren in
the morning and at night.
The cattle were our 4-H proj-
ect and part of the project
was to make sure the animal
was properly taken care of
at all times. We would come
to Warren early in the morn-
ing and that same night
after evening cow milking.
Some of the animals were
not as well-attended, so we
would water them also.
Yeah, if you were one of the
idiots who watered your cat-
tle once a day while at the
fair and were amazed that
they lived, it wasnt magic -
it was us.
At night, my mom and
dad gave me a lot of money
to walk the midway with
Ken Krohn and enjoy some
rides. It was really a blast.
Dad always said it was the
only recreation we got all
summer, so all of their chil-
dren enjoyed pretty much
free rein at the fair. The
downside of the fair was
that I could see the end of
summer and the confines of
school were only a few weeks
away.
The fair started to look a
little down as people found
more mobility and extra
money. Mobility meant you
could go anywhere for enter-
tainment, and money sent
more people to area lakes.
Fewer people were farming
and therefore worked in
town. This meant they had
less interest in farming and
more discretionary money,
and more time, to enjoy
themselves. I think maybe
the fair wasnt enough for
these folks and the fair suf-
fered.
We are now a people bom-
barded with technology and
options. We have used both
of these resources to compli-
cate our lives to the point we
crave simplicity and a more
simple life in which many
grew up. There is one quick
way to find that life and it is
at the fair. The fair connects
people to the most basic ele-
ment in life - food. We can
see the animals that were
used to operate farms, ani-
mals that were raised for
food and the crops that we
all depend on for food and
even fuel.
It is nice to go somewhere
that reminds us of what we
need. It also reminds us that
all of the other stuff we have
is just stuff and not needed.
The fair is a place where we
realize what we really need
and from where we originat-
ed. The fair and people need
each other. The fair really
has a place in the summer.
If you went to the fair, I
hope you had a good time. If
you plan a trip soon, please
slow down through the
exhibits of food, baked goods
and animals. They are
examples of the simple
things which you really
need. Oh yeah, if you see
animals that arent watered
regularly, go to the Fair
Goard office and let them
know. The fair can be a mag-
ical place; however, magic
doesnt water the cattle.
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The new regulations
eventually led to a shortage
of qualified pilots, with larg-
er carriers offering more
money to lure experienced
pilots from smaller carriers.
Great Lakes began can-
celling flights due to the
pilot shortage in October
and the number of flights
lost due to the pilot shortage
continued to grow in
November, December and
January. In January, Great
Lakes announced that it
would be suspending its air
service to and from Thief
River Falls, Devils Lake and
Jamestown, N.D.; Fort
Dodge and Mason City,
Iowa; and Ironwood, Mich.
When it was awarded the
EAS bid for Thief River
Falls in April, Great Lakes
announced that it would be
utilizing a modified Beech
1900D aircraft that would
have 10 of the 19 seats
removed. With a nine-seat
capacity, the aircraft could
fly under FAA Part 135,
which requires co-pilots to
have a minimum of 250
flight hours, as opposed to
the 1,500 required under
Part 121.
Also delaying Great
Lakes return to Thief River
Falls are concerns about
how many routes the airline
would be flying into
Minneapolis-St. Paul to
make the MSP hub work.
Great Lakes lost the EAS
contracts of Ironwood Mich.,
Devils Lake, N.D.,
Jamestown, N.D., and Fort
Dodge, Iowa, and Mason
City, Iowa, but retained
service from Pierre, S.D.,
and Watertown S.D. Hedrick
said it appears that Huron,
S.D., will be the newest
spoke airport added to Great
Lakes Minneapolis hub, and
flights are now expected to
begin in October.
Talking with Great
Lakes, they are earnestly
intent on returning,
Hedrick said. Personally, I
feel this strategy is pretty
unique, to pull 10 seats and
fly under a different certifi-
cate.
Hedrick added, that as a
community, however, Thief
River Falls cant put all of its
eggs in one basket. The TRF
Regional Airport Authority
and newly-formed Airport
Advisory Committee are
considering other options.
They are putting together
an airline outreach group
that is made up of frequent
passengers who would uti-
lize the service. Hedrick said
the purpose of the outreach
group is to have an idea how
many passengers would use
the service each week.
Beyond that, the ball is
effectively in the Thief River
Falls Regional Airport
Authoritys court. The air-
port has the right to have
the EAS rebid since Great
Lakes failed to meet its June
1 start date. Rebidding is a
90- to 120-day process and
Hedrick added that the
Airport Authority does not
want to hastily enter that
process.
Hedrick said the Airport
Authority would like to
know that it will receive at
least one carrier besides
Great Lakes before it asks
for the U.S. DOT to rebid
Thief River Falls EAS con-
tract. First we are going to
target SkyWest to see if they
will meet with us and can
meet our needs, Hedrick
said.
Hedrick said SkyWest
Airlines has also felt the
effects of the pilot shortage
and SkyWest also has prob-
lems with the type of air-
craft, a CRJ, flying into
Minneapolis. Hedrick
explained that if SkyWest
flies into Minneapolis, it
has to fly under Delta, and
Delta has strict limits on the
number of CRJ aircraft fly-
ing into MSP. He added that
SkyWest is trying to reduce
the number of CRJs to 125
total in its entire fleet.
Hedrick noted that,
throughout the suspension
of service, Hertz Rent a Car
has continued operating out
of the airport. Hertzs hours
are from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
daily.
Air service at
TRF airport to
resume/Continued
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Saturday, August 2nd
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~ 1-DAY SALE ~
Saturday, August 2
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
IN-STORE ONLY
ALL SEASON CLOTHING
BY VARIOUS BRANDS
50-75% OFF
original markdowns
Shirts Boots Jackets Gloves
Plus Much, Much More!!!
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Hours
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Thursday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
SATURDAY 8 A.M. - 4 P.M. ON THE STREET
209 LaBree Ave N
Thief River Falls
218-681-2608 1-800-511-5759
Silver
Miss Me
Jeans
20
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Huge
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Clothing
Selection!
Select Racks
Sandals
at least
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Merrell
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Athletic
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SATURDAY
Northern Lights Bookstore
208 LaBree Ave. N., Thief River Falls
(218) 681-8242
Trade back books 50
Small mysteries 10
Select religion fiction 50
Select religion 10
Craft books 25
Sci Fi 25
Select Kids books 10
Table of Misc. 25
Cassette tapes - Fill 1/2 bag for 50
VHS tapes - Fill a bag for $1.00
Select CDs 25
Select clothing: Fill a bag for $1.00
Shoes 50
Vinyl Records $3.00
Purses 75
Front misc. 1/2 OFF
Select Kids toys - FREE
Cappuccino 50
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Saturday, August 2nd
For the Month of August
FREE SHIPPING
on ALL Bridal Gowns
Visit Beauitful Beginnings Today!
Downtown Thief River Falls, 212 LaBree Ave. N.
(218) 681-3100 www.trfbridal.com
20% OFF
All Bridesmaid
orders!
All In-Stock
Bridal Gowns
are on
SALE!
Thursday, Friday, Saturday July 31 - Aug. 1
&
2!
Thursday and Friday 9 a. m. - 7 p. m.

Saturday 8 a.m. - 7 p. m.
2
5
%
OFF Storewide!
3
0
%
OFF Fabric & Fleece
Gift and Home Dcor * Gourmet Foods
Craft and Artist Supplies * Custom Framing
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Other In-Store
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Creative Clippers
306 Main Ave N Thief River Falls
681-3966
Thursday, July 31
Friday, Aug 1
Saturday, Aug 2
2
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%
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Stock up on all
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products
NOW!
Save
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5
%
on Duos & Liters
MATRIX
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Color Care
Hydration
Moisture
Biolage
Thurs, Fri,
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Tois Studio For Hair
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REMEMBER
THE PING PONG DROP
SAT. ON LABREE
SATURDAY,
AUGUST 2, 2014
Riv
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Corner of Hwy. 59 & Atlantic Ave. Thief River Falls
Canadian
Club 1.75L
$
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Rolling Rock 12
Pack Bottles
$
9
99
Pinnacle
Vodka 1.75L
$
14
99
Kinky Pink
Cocktails
6 Pk.
Bottles
$
7
49
Bud
Bud Light
Bud Select Suitcases
$
16
99
Malibu
Rum
1.75L
$
18
99
Coors Light
24 16 oz. cans
(Pounders)
$
18
96
TANKERS
Brats, Kraut & Pop
Thursday, July 31st
Starts 7-28-14
Leinenkugel
Summer Shandy
12 Pack Bottles
$
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Prize
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(218) 681-1992
Friday August 1st
A Rep from Far North Spirits of
Hallock will be here to sample
their Solvig Gin and Alander
Spiced Rum
Saturday, July 26, 2014
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ANNIVERSARY SALE-A-BRATION
CRAZY DEALS THROUGHOUT THE STORE
CRAZY DEALS ALL W
EEK LONG
201 LaBree Ave. N. Thief River Falls 681-3914
Store Hours
Monday - Friday 9-6
Thursday 9-7
Saturday 9-5
VISIT US ON THE WEB
www.popplersfurniture.com
Popplers Home Furnishings
(1939-2014)
STOP IN AND
REGISTER FOR OVER
`
$
1,000.00 WORTH
OF FREE
FURNITURE!
TABLES FULL...
OUT ON SIDEWALK
HALF PRICE
Pictures and
Accessories
ALL CHROMCRAFT
DINETTE SETS
10% OFF
Already Reduced
Prices!
ALL FURITURE
TRADITIONS BED-
ROOM PIECES
10% OFF!
Sale Prices
2 OAK TV
STANDS...
VALUES TO
$
699
$
100
each
BROYHILL
BEDROOM SET
10% OFF
Reduced Clearance
Price!
HALF PRICE
ON DINING TABLE
AND 3 BLACK
BAR STOOLS
GROUP OF
3 DINING ROOM
HUTCHES
HALF PRICE!
2 BLUE
SWIVEL ROCKERS
REG
$
399.95
HALF PRICE!
BIG SAVINGS ON SEALY & SYMBOL BEDDING
FREE In-Town Delivery
SYMBOL NEWTON
Medium Firm
Twin Set
$
199
95
Full Set
$
249
95
Queen Set
$
299
95
King Set
$
399
95
SYMBOL FULTON
Plush Pillowtop
Twin Set
$
399
95
Full Set
$
449
95
Queen Set
$
499
95
King Set
$
799
95
SEALY POSTURPEDIC
Plush or Firm
Twin Set
$
579
95
Full Set
$
679
95
Queen Set
$
699
95
King Set
$
999
95
SYMBOL ELLA
Pillowtop Plush
Twin Set
$
499
95
Full Set
$
569
95
Queen Set
$
599
95
King Set
$
799
95
ALL SEALY
Optimum, Latex
and Hybrid Beds
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Friday, August 1
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Saturday, August 2
nd
Main Level Front Cases
Up to 25
%
off
Seiko, Citizen, ESQ and Movado
Watches ~ 25
%
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Whole Lower Level Gallery
20-40
%
off Reg Price
(Excludes Consignment)
Many In Store Specials
ALL 3 DAYS
9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday Sale on the Street
9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Diamonds & Design
Your Norwegian
Heritage Headquarters
10% off All
Norwegian Items
Crazy Days Crazy Hunt
This treasure hunt that will start on Monday, July 28 and last through
Saturday, Aug. 2. Clues will be given on the radio and posted on Channel
13 daily. Winner will receive an iPad and will be announced at RiverFest
at 7 p.m. Saturday.
Register to win an iPad
Register at participating businesses to win a iPad. Winner will be
announced at RiverFest at 7 p.m. Saturday.
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Saturday, July 26, 2014
Pennington County
Humane Society
PO Box 64 TRF
Please Spay Or Neuter Your Pet.
Shih tzu/Poodle? mix, brown &
white. Picked up 7/22/14 from
the Airport Road near TRF. If
this is your dog, contact LEC at
218-681-6161.
Female Siamese found on
Main Ave N in TRF. If this is
your cat, contact LEC at 218-
681-6161.
Female Terrier mix found on
160th St NE in Pennington
County. If this is your dog,
contact LEC at 218-681-6161.
Board of Animal Health
License #MN 39638
For more information:
Call Pennington Co. Humane Society
681-8045
Web Site:
www.pawstrf.org
More Animals Available On Our Web Site.
Adopt a
Best Friend
Today!
Thank You!
Prairie Community Services would like to recognize
and thank the following businesses in Thief River Falls
& Red Lake Falls for their contributions to our
Annual Employee Recognition Luncheon:
Hugos
Petro Pumper
Popplers Furniture
Northern State Bank
Border State Bank
Wells Fargo
House of Hair
Seven Clans Casino
Digi-Key
Pennington Main
SuperOne Foods
Dominos Pizza
Dairy Queen
McDonalds
Taco Johns
Ibeach/Anytime Fitness
Cenex TRF
Thrifty White TRF
Eagle Square
Brents
Thiberts Chevrolet & Buick
Thrifty White RLF
Unity Bank
Voyageurs View
Mikes Bottle Shop
Wilcox Plumbing & Heating
Chateau Motel/Liquor Store
Headquarters
Oak Knolls Golf Club
WoodMaster
1060 Hwy. 32 S.,
Thief River Falls
weekly special
Happy Hour 5-7 p.m.
MONDAY through FRIDAY
$2.00 Domestic Beer Bottles
Formerly
Monday
50 Jumbo Wings
(BBQ, Garlic Parmesan, Garlic Honey,
Buffalo, and Sweet Chili Sauce)
Tuesday Appetizer Special
BBQ Chicken Grilled
Peach Flatbread $5.99
Wednesday 3 Meatball Sliders
with Chips $7.99
Thursday Domestic Pitcher and
12 Wings $12.00
Friday Chipotle Lime Grilled
Salmon with Mango
Creme Sauce $12.99
Search for TRF police chief begins in earnest/Continued
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Department issued a vote of
no confidence in Murphys
abilities as police chief four
months earlier.
In a May interview, 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. The closed meet-
ing marked the end of the
appeals process.
The committee
approved authorizing
Murphy to seek new
quotes for an evidence
storage system. In August
2013, Murphy received a
$4,000 quote for what has
been described as pass-
through lockers. All officers
would be able to access one
side of the lockers. One offi-
cer, designated as the evi-
dence custodian, would have
access to the other side of
the lockers. That individual
would then ensure that evi-
dence is appropriately pre-
served, packaged, refrigerat-
ed and/or sent to the lab.
Murphy said Investigator
Marissa Adam has signed up
for a two-day evidence custo-
dian class in Minneapolis.
He said the sheriff s office
may also have an evidence
custodian, who would serve
in Adams place if she were
off of work and vice versa.
Murphy said he met with
Sheriff Ray Kuznia and
Pennington County Attorney
Al Rogalla about moving the
police departments evidence
to another location at the
Law Enforcement Center.
The evidence would be locat-
ed in an area separate from
evidence collected by the
Pennington County Sheriff s
Office.
As part of that plan, the
police department would
install the new evidence
storage system. Murphy said
cameras may be installed,
and each officer may have a
fob key specifically designat-
ed as belonging to that indi-
vidual. City leaders plan to
speak with some members of
the Pennington County
Board about cameras and
fob keys to avoid duplication
and uncompatible technolo-
gies at the LEC.
The sky isnt falling, said
Kruse, who noted the police
department and sheriff s
office have been using the
current evidence room for 30
years. He added that
Murphy, Rogalla, City
Attorney Paul Ihle and
Assistant City Attorney
Delray Sparby dont remem-
ber ever losing a case due to
issues with the evidence
room.
Earlier, Murphy noted the
department has found at
least one item in the evi-
dence room that had been
reported stolen in another
state.
Murphy, committee mem-
bers, and possibly employees
of the County Attorneys
Office and City Attorneys
Office are planning to tour
the Bemidji Police
Department evidence room
in the near future.
Issues with the evidence
room were brought to light
at a committee meeting in
June. At that time, the
Northern Watch and Thief
River Falls Radio obtained
documents pertaining to
problems with securing evi-
dence at the LEC.
Murphy received a letter
of reprimand in September
2013 for failing to properly
monitor three firearms,
which had gone missing.
Two have since been found,
and one remains missing.
The latter is part of an ongo-
ing investigation spearhead-
ed by Deputy Police Chief
Craig Mattson. Two of the
three guns were removed
from the locked evidence
room and moved to Murphys
unlocked closet that could be
accessed by anyone. In the
letter of reprimand, Kruse
indicated that it was
believed the guns were
moved to make room in the
evidence storage room.
An inventory of the evi-
dence room had been con-
ducted earlier. According to
the letter of reprimand, Sgt.
Doug Williams found six
weapons had been confiscat-
ed as part of a felony case
and were missing. Two were
located in the closet locker.
One was found in an unspec-
ified location, and two had
been returned to the rightful
owner.
Two other firearms had
been confiscated following
suicides. One was found in
the closet locker, and the
other had been moved from
the closet locker to the trunk
of the unmarked administra-
tive 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 lock-
er. He said the family gave
the gun to law enforcement
for animal control purposes.
Prudhomme, an attor-
ney, asked about the
departments progress in
disposing of stale evi-
dence, particularly guns,
through forfeiture.
Murphy replied that the
forfeiture process started
two years ago. He said the
assigned individuals have
stopped working on that
project.
Later, Murphy indicated
that officers are given a 30-
day notice regarding evi-
dence, usually in late sum-
mer or early fall. At that
time, they are reminded to
check whether their cases
are finished and the evi-
dence is forfeitable or should
be destroyed.
Full slate of activites in TRF/Continued
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Unbehaun, Gavin Haats,
Cyrina Ostgaard, Tami Lee
& The Northern Lights,
Blacklist, and The
WoodPicks.
A Beatles tribute band,
Britains Finest Beatles
Tribute will perform at 9
p.m. The group hails from
California.
Earlier Saturday, bring
children to The Zinghoppers
childrens outdoor theatre at
11 a.m. or 1 p.m. The
Zinghoppers write age-
appropriate lyrics for a pre-
school and early elementary
age audience. They set lyrics
to hip-hop, bubblegum pop
and electronic dance music.
New this year to
RiverFest is the Thief River
Falls Baseball Association
RiverFest Co-ed Softball
Tournament. To register a
team, call 218-683-8556 or
218-686-9659.
Also on Saturday, Digi-
Key Cares will host its Fifth
Annual Chili Cook-Off with
proceeds going to charity.
Craft vendors will sell
their wares from 5 to 10 p.m.
Friday and all day Saturday.
Food vendors will also be on
hand during that time
frame.
RiverFest buttons can be
purchased for $5 in advance
at local convenience stores
and the Chamber.
Purchasers will be able to
win prizes and support
RiverFest by helping the
Chamber make the event
free to everyone attending.
Buttons will be $10 the
weekend of RiverFest
Bergan Travel will spon-
sor free Arrive Alive limo
rides home from RiverFest
and will provide limo rides
for fun.
Crazy Day
Crazy Day will be held
Saturday, Aug. 2 in down-
town Thief River Falls.
Crazy Day specials will be
offered.
Many events are planned
for Crazy Day, starting at 8
a.m. Activities include a
Ping Pong ball drop, a 1960s
costume contest, and a Thief
River Falls Elks Club brats
and burgers grill-out.
Attendees will also be able
to register to win an iPad.
If parking were a prob-
lem, park at Kmart or
Walmart, and ride the Tri-
Valley Heartland Express
bus for free to Crazy Day,
the Street Wizards Car
Show and RiverFest.
Thief River Falls
Farmers Market
The Thief River Falls
Farmers Market will be
open Saturday, Aug. 1.
Hours will be from 8 a.m. to
12 p.m. at Peder Engelstad
Pioneer Village.
Pioneer 5K and 10K
Run, Walk and Roll
In Color
The Northland
Community and Technical
College Foundation and
Sanford Health are hosting
the Fourth Annual Pioneer
5K and 10K Run, Walk and
Roll in Color. Held rain or
shine, it will be held
Saturday, Aug. 2 at 10 a.m.
at Hartz Park. Online regis-
tration and pre-run check-in
are required. Register online
at www.nctcfoundation.com.
Runners should attend the
pre-run check-in at Hartz
Park on either Friday, Aug. 1
from 6 to 8 p.m. or Saturday,
Aug. 2 from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
Lunch will be provided to
participants after the run.
An awards ceremony will be
held at 12 p.m.
In advance, the cost is $30
for an individual, $50 for a
family, $10 for NCTC stu-
dents and free for ages 12
and under. The fees jump to
$40, $60 and $20, respective-
ly, if the runner or runners
register the day of the run.
For more information, call
218-683-8616 or go to
www.nctcfoundation.com.
Street Wizards
Street Wizards Car Club
will hold a Thursday
evening cruise night with
lunch in Red Lake Falls.
Participants will then drive
back to Thief River Falls for
Movie in the Park.
Its Trivia Kruze and car
show preregistration will be
held Friday, Aug. 1 from 6 to
9 p.m. at the Evergreen
Eating Emporium.
The 13th Annual Street
Wizards Car Show will be
held Saturday, Aug. 2, from
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Floyd B.
Olson Park. Registration
starts at 9 a.m. Awards will
be handed out at 3 p.m. The
entry fee is $15 per vehicle.
New this year, the club
will hold the Cruise In
Motorcycle Show in the Old
Arena parking area and
adjacent to the car show dis-
play area. All makes and
models are welcome. The
show will be held from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m. Awards will be
handed out at 3 p.m. The
entry fee is $10.
Free kids games will be
offered from 11 a.m. to 2
p.m. at the car club events.
For more information,
email jjmiller@mncable.net,
go to www.trfstreetwizards.
com or call Jason at 218-686-
2969.
Night to Unite
Night to Unite will be
held Tuesday, Aug. 5, from 5
to 7 p.m., at Peder Engelstad
Pioneer Village.
The Thief River Falls
community block party fea-
tures free entertainment
and food. Performers include
Cathy Erickson, Lois and
Lois, and Vern Rogalla. The
town crier will also be on
hand. There will also be
games for kids. The Thief
River Falls City Council will
serve hot dogs, potato chips
and watermelon. Root beer
floats will also be served.
Rides into the village will be
available for senior and dis-
abled visitors.
Night to Unite is an
annual event meant to
strengthen neighborhood
spirit and police/community
partnerships.
Weather Service confirms tornado/Continued
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isolated tree damage that
was consistent with 65- to
85-mph winds.
In a press release, Red
Lake County Sheriff Mitch
Bernstein noted emergency
shelters were opened in Red
Lake Falls and Plummer to
accommodate those who
needed shelter. About 25
campers and local residents
sought shelter at the Red
Lake Falls City Hall, which
is one of the emergency shel-
ters in the county.
The sheriff s office, Red
Lake Falls Fire Department
and Plummer Fire
Department watched the
storm activity and respond-
ed to weather-related emer-
gencies.
Damage also occurred in
Pennington County. Law
enforcement received sever-
al reports of downed trees,
including in the cities of
Thief River Falls, Goodridge
and St. Hilaire.
Some storm drains could-
nt keep up with the heavy
rainfall in the city of Thief
River Falls. However, the
water eventually dissipated.
One affected area was
Brooks Avenue in front of
Ralph Engelstad Arena,
which served as an emer-
gency shelter. A rain garden
was under construction at
the time. Rain gardens are
designed to mitigate the
potential for flooding.
Piping, wood chips and
sod had been installed as
part of that project. Parks
and Recreation Director Joe
Amundson said 500-plus
plants were expected to be
planted before Sept. 30.
The water pushed the sod
into Brooks Avenue and left
wood chips scattered in the
eastern parking lot of the
arena. A pipe was also dis-
lodged.
Amundson emphasized
that the rain garden didnt
fail and was still under con-
struction. He said it isnt
designed for the four inches
of rain that fell as part of
Monday nights thunder-
storm.
Power outages
The storm also led to
power outages in the area.
Roger Johanneck, general
manager of Red Lake
Electric Cooperative, said
the best estimate is that
1,400 RLEC members were
without power at one point
in time following the thun-
derstorm.
Most of the customers
were reconnected by 7 p.m.
Wednesday. Johanneck said
a couple of areas remained
without power Thursday
morning, but the affected
areas were machine sheds
that arent used every day.
He added that some broken
power poles havent been
fixed, but electricity has
been rerouted and service
hasnt been affected.
RLEC received help from
neighboring power agencies.
Johanneck said RLEC also
appreciates members
patience and their coopera-
tion in assisting staff in pin-
pointing problems.
The power outages affect-
ed an area north, west and
east of Thief River Falls to
Crookston. Customers were
affected in the Viking,
Oklee, St. Hilaire and
Goodridge areas. Johanneck
said wind, downed trees and
broken conductors led to the
power outages.
What began as a simple
suggestion to write a book
about those who influenced
agriculture in North Dakota
become a book.
In April, Les Kletke with
John Vasichek introduced
their book
On Golden Plain, includes
interviews of 30 innovators
in agriculture from North
Dakota. The book begins
with an interview of Bob
Bergland, for U.S. Secretary
of Agriculture and Roseau
area resident.
In his interview, Bergland
talks about how an agrono-
my instructor at the
University of Minnesota Ag
School said grass made
sense. Bergland said follow-
ing his suggestion, the deci-
sion to get involved in forage
grass seed production saved
his farm.
Bergland noted the
tremendous changes in
farming - the number of
dairy farms in Roseau
County went from 1,700 to
17, and farms went from
200- or 300-acre farms to
5,000-acre farms. I was
born in 1928, when farming
still used horses and
employed thousands of poor-
ly paid young people. Most of
the work was done by hand.
He noted that the few dairy
farms left are probably pro-
ducing just as much milk.
When it comes to the
future of food issues,
Bergland relates back to the
suggestion from his agrono-
my instructor, I have
always believed that you
have to follow the science.
Other interviews included
in the book were from Keith
Finney, Herb Karst, Jay
Schuler, Roger Johnson,
Terry Wanzek, Gregg
Halverson, Bob Lebacken,
Neil Jonk, John Swanson,
Aase and Bruce Hamnes,
Robin Stene, Jim Broten,
Pat Mahar, Roger Reierson,
George Sinner, Al Skogen,
Tom Borgen, Norm
Weckerly, Johnson, Hunt
and Blomquist, Dave
Hagert, Don Loeslie,
Jamieson and Chalich, Pam
and Chad Olsen, Eric
Assmundstad, Bill Ongstad,
Howard and Brian Dahl,
Tykeson and Wisness and
Keith Peltier.
In his foreword, Kletke
writes, the project grew to
far greater proportions than
I had ever imagined. What I
had envisioned as being a
process involving telephone
interviews with people from
the grain trade became a
summer of criss-crossing the
two states, plus a sojourn in
Montana.
Kletke said, I count
myself fortunate to have
been involved with this
endeavor
and to
have been
wel comed
into so
m a n y
homes and
places of
busi ness,
to have
been privy
to the real stories of what
built this great industry on
the Northern Plains.
Les Kletke is a book
coach, freelance writer and
speaker with an exceptional
resume. He has coached peo-
ple across the globe through
the process of writing, and
publishing their books. For
the past 10 years he has also
worked as a freelance writer,
and has had work published
in numerous newspapers,
and magazines, while
authoring six of his own
books.
Book: On Golden Plain features area farmers
Area activities
Events heat up the
summer in region
Lots of activities are
planned this weekend and
the next in the region.
The Marshall County
Fair began on Wednesday,
but there are many activi-
ties scheduled for the week-
end, including Family Day
on Saturday and the Last
Big Day on Sunday.
Saturday, the grandstand
event is the RRV Tractor
Pull, and chariot racing. The
Talent Contest starts at 2
p.m. on the Vonasek stage.
The grandstand attraction
on Sunday is the Jaycees
Complete Destruction
Demolition Derby. Dont
miss all the fun at the
Marshall County Fair.
In Kittson County, the
I n t e r n a t i o n a l
Woodcarving and Arts
Festival returns to Lake
Bronson State Park the
weekend of Aug. 2-3. The
festival includes artist work-
shops, displays and music.
The Northwest Angle will
host Angle Days beginning
Aug. 1. Events include a fish
fry, High Noon Shootoout, a
fun run, a Golf Cart
Obstacle Course and much
more. The complete list of
details can be found in the
Warroad Pioneer.
The Red Lake Falls
Annual Summerfest will
be held Friday, July 25,
through Sunday, July 27.
Most of the activities will
take plac ein the Park Place
Mall parking lot. See the
Red Lake Falls Gazette for
more details.
The U.S. Department of
Agriculture has announced
Noninsured Crop Disaster
Assistance Program (NAP)
assistance for losses to bush
or tree fruit crops due to
frost or freeze during the
2012 crop year. The pro-
gram, authorized by the
2014 Farm Bill, provides
supplemental NAP pay-
ments to eligible producers.
Farmers who did not have
access to crop insurance and
are in primary and adjacent
counties that received a sec-
retarial disaster designation
because of frost or freeze in
2012 are eligible for NAP
assistance. Losses due to
weather damage or other
adverse natural occurrences
may also qualify for program
assistance.
NAP enrollment began
Tuesday, July 22.
Applications must be sub-
mitted to Farm Service
Agency county offices by
Monday, Sept. 22.
After the 2014 Farm Bill
was enacted into law, USDA
expedited the restart of dis-
aster assistance programs
as a top priority, said FSA
Administrator Juan Garcia.
Fruit producers experi-
enced significant financial
losses from weather-related
damage in 2012. NAP pro-
vides them with long-await-
ed disaster relief.
To expedite applications,
producers who experienced
losses are encouraged to col-
lect records documenting
these losses in preparation
for the sign-up in this pro-
gram. Producers also are
encouraged to contact their
FSA county office to sched-
ule an appointment. Limited
resource, socially disadvan-
taged, and beginning pro-
ducers are eligible for premi-
um reductions and also may
be eligible for fee reductions.
Interested producers can
view the 2012 NAP
Coverage for Frost, Freeze
or Weather Related Fruit
Losses Fact Sheet at
http://go.usa.gov/5kSQ, or
visit a local FSA office. To
find out if land is located in
an eligible frost/freeze coun-
ty, visit http://go.usa.gov/
53rz.
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
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
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
Farm Scraper Operator, Stanley
Farms, Grygla: Must learn/operate
laser and GPS. Call 218-294-6303
or 218-689-7379. 4t62c
FARM HELP wanted, near Halma,
MN: Potatoes and corn. Call 218-
201-0400 or 218-201-0600.
F2P8t70p
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.
P4t60p
Help Wanted
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
Saturday, July 26, 2014
THE CLASSIFIEDS
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PRAIRIE COMMUNITY SERVICES
has openings for PT Consumer Counselors in Thief
River Falls and Red Lake Falls for caring people to work
with developmentally disabled adults in the warm atmos-
phere 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 Stacey (218-681-9909)
EOE/AA
Full-Time
Dishwasher
M-F Day Shift
Part-Time
Cook
Apply in person!
Biffs Kitchen
811 Atlantic Ave. N. Thief River Falls
(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
NOW HIRING
Full-Time
Clothing Associate
Flexible Hours
& some benefits included
Please apply in person
Fleet Supply
1302 3rd Street West
Thief River Falls
Help Wanted
Day & Night
Shifts
$
8.00/hr. or D.O.E.
Apply in Person
Hwy 32 South
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
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)
HELP
WANTED
Full-Time
Mechanic for Family Bowl
Hwy 32 South in Thief
River Falls
Salary is $35,000/yr.
Send resume to:
Steve Vosika
3455 Laurel Dr.
Bemidji, MN 56601
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
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
Now Hiring
Sales Associate
with crafting/decorating
skills and some social media
skills preferred.
Part-Time
flexible scheduling including
occasional Saturdays.
Stop in and 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
FOR YOU
NIGHT
OWLS!
Graveyard Shift
11 P.M. - 6 A.M.
Apply At
HWY. 1 & 59 N.
THIEF RIVER FALLS
The following positions are available in School District #564, Thief River Falls, Minnesota:
TWO (2) FULL-TIME SPECIAL
EDUCATION TEACHERS
Location: 1 at Elementary School; 1 at Middle School
Effective: Fall 2014
Duties: Teach students with special needs. Primary teaching responsi-
bilities to be in the area of EBD, but may include other disability areas
as well.
Requirements: Minnesota certified as a Teacher of
Emotional/Behavioral Disabilities. Preference given to candidates with
additional licensure in an area such as LD or Developmental Cognitive
Disabilities, or a certified licensed teacher willing to work under a one-
year variance in the special education field.
Salary & Benefits: Per negotiated contract
Application Deadline: open until filled
Available on the School District Web site:
http://www.trf.k12.mn.us
District/Employment/Human Resources or
Available for pick up at: School District Service Center
230 LaBree Ave. So.
Thief River Falls, Minnesota 56701
An Equal Opportunity Employer
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.
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
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.
HELP WANTED
Part-time/Full-time Truck Driver
CDL license required.
Apply in person to TRF Pallet
823 Dewey Ave.
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.
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
Lancer Hospitality
seeks experienced
PREP COOK &
GRILL COOK
for food service at
Northland College,
Thief River Falls.
PT/FT, M-F
Contact Peter Virnig
pvirnig@lancercatering.com
or 651-230-4267
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
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
Help Wanted
Get the neighbors togeth-
er and plan a big summer-
time bash of a Block Party.
Bet youll start a tradition.

Heres a quick bread dish


that is perfect to have with
any type of meat or fish at
your next neighborhood
barbecue. Add a crispy cold
salad (or some of those
beans below) and youve got
a meal for a king. Youll be
the hit of the party.
GRILLED CHEESE LOAF
Debi Baker, Green Springs,
ID
1 package (3 ounces) cream
cheese, room tempera-
ture
2 tablespoons butter or
margarine, room temper-
ature
1 cup (4 ounces) shredded
mozzarella cheese
1/4 cup chopped green
onions with tops
1/2 teaspoon garlic salt
1 (1 pound) long French
bread, sliced
In mixing bowl, beat
cream cheese and butter.
Add cheese, onions and gar-
lic salt and mix well.
Spread on both sides of each
slice of bread. Wrap loaf in a
large piece of heavy duty
foil (about 28x18 inches).
Seal tightly.
Grill, covered, over medi-
um coals for 8-10 minutes,
turning once. Unwrap foil
and grill 5 minutes more.

This recipe will serve a


bunch about 24 people can
have 1/2 cup servings.
Perfect for that Saturday
night neighborhood barbe-
cue:
REUNION BARBECUES
Margery Bryan, Royal City,
WA
5 pounds ground beef
2 cups chopped onion
3 cups water
2 tablespoons ketchup
2 to 3 tablespoons chili pow-
der
2 tablespoons salt
1 tablespoon pepper
1 teaspoon ground mustard
1 cup quick cooked oats
24 hamburger buns, split
In large Dutch oven or
saucepan, brown beef and
onion over medium heat.
Drain. Add water, ketchup,
chili powder, salt, pepper
and mustard. Bring to a
boil.
Add oats and mix well.
Reduce heat, cover and sim-
mer for 30 minutes. Serve
on buns. Makes 24 buns.

You have to have beans


at your neighborhood party
it just isnt a get-together
without them. These are
easy and really filling, and
just a tad different from the
same old baked beans you
always have. Be sure to
have extra buns for those
who like to put their beans
on buns:
HOT BEAN DISH
Betti Blair, Farmington,
NY
1 (16 ounces) can baked
beans
1 (16 ounces) can kidney
beans, rinsed and
drained
1 (15-1/2 ounces) butter
beans, rinsed and
drained
1 (15-1/4 ounces) lima
beans, rinsed and
drained
1 (2 ounces) jar diced
pimentos, drained
8 bacon strips, cooked crisp
and crumbled
1/2 cup ketchup
1/4 cup chopped onion
2 tablespoons chopped
green pepper
1 tablespoon Worcester-
shire sauce
1 teaspoon ground mustard
1 package (3 ounces) cream
cheese, cut into cubes)
In a bowl, combine first
11 ingredients, and pour
into a greased 2-1/2 quart
baking dish.
Cover and bake at 350
degrees for 40 minutes. Stir
in cream cheese and bake,
uncovered, 10-15 minutes
longer, stirring several
times or until cheese is
melted. Serves 12-14 peo-
ple.

And who doesnt want an


icy cold macaroni salad
with their barbecue? Try
this one its great:
MACARONI SALAD
LaVerna Mjones,
Moorhead, MN
2 pounds uncooked elbow
macaroni
12 hard cooked eggs,
chopped
2-1/2 pounds fully cooked
ham, cubed (optional)
1 package (16 ounces)
frozen peas, thawed
3 cups sliced celery
1 large green pepper,
chopped
1/2 cup chopped onion
1 jar (4 ounces) diced
pimentos, drained.
1 quart mayonnaise or
salad dressing
Cook macaroni according
to package directions. Rinse
in cold water, drain and cool
completely. Place in large
bowl and stir in remaining
ingredients. Cover and
refrigerate for at least 3
hours. Serve 34 people with
a one-cup serving each.

You can make this treat


in a hurry and stash it in
the fridge for a tasty and
light dessert for your hot
day cook-out. Better remind
everybody else to bring a
dessert of some kind too
that big variety of desserts
is always the perfect way to
top off a good barbecue:
ANGEL FOOD DREAM
Leah Carrell, Quitman, TX
1 (16 ounce) package frozen
sliced strawberries in syrup
(or use fresh strawberries
that you smash with one of
those egg slicers be sure
to sugar them if you do your
own)
1 prepared angel food cake
(8 inches)
1 carton (8 ounces) frozen
whipped topping, thawed
(divided)
Fresh strawberries and
mint (if desired)
Drain strawberries,
reserving 1/3 cup of syrup.
Split cake horizontally
into 2 layers. Place bottom
layer on a serving plate.
Spoon strawberries over
bottom layer and spread
with 3-1/4 cups whipped
topping.
Replace top layer and
drizzle with reserved syrup.
Garnish with remaining
whipped topping and straw-
berries and mint. Serves 8
to 10 people.
Sherry LaCoursiere Pippin
email: lacours@mncable.net
SOUPON
Disaster assistance announced for
2012 frost or freeze fruit crop losses

Self-Inking Stamps
Available at The Times
Medium size, priced at $17.10
Call The Times at
(218) 681-4450
Available in a variety of sizes and
are completely customizable for
your personal or business needs.
We also do notary stamps.
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THE CLASSIFIEDS
Saturday, July 26, 2014
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.
TEMPORARY PRODUCTION WORKERS
Central Boiler, Inc./Altoz, Inc. is now hiring
self-motivated individuals for temporary, full-time
positions. Starting pay will be $14.00/hr - $16.00/hr
depending on the position. Positions available may
include: assemblers, machine operators or welders.
Qualified applicants can visit www.centralboiler.com to
download an application and mail, fax or e-mail resume to:
Central Boiler, Inc. / Altoz, Inc.
Human Resources
20502 160th St.. Greenbush, MN 56726
Phone: 218-782-2575
FAX: 218-782-3998
Email: employment@centralboiler.com
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
The following Food Service position is available in School District #564:
Effective with the 2014-2015 School Year
KITCHEN HELPER
Location: Lincoln High School
Hours per day: 4.5 hours/day - student days
Salary: Per negotiated contract.
Duties: Assist with food preparation, serving, clean up and other duties as assigned.
Requirements: Must relate well with students and staff and adhere to
Minnesota Department of Health Regulations. Position requires standing
and walking for most of the work shift and may involve heavy lifting. This
is a fast-paced environment. The successful candidate will be working fast
throughout the entire work shift. New hires must subject to a criminal
apprehension background check.
Application Deadline: 4:00 p.m., Thursday, July 31, 2014
Application Available on the School District Web site:
http://www.trf.k12.mn.us
District/Employment/Human Resources
or
Available for pick up at School District Service Center
Becky Rogalla, Personnel Director, I.S.D. #564
230 LaBree Ave. South, Thief River Falls, Minnesota 56701.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Physical Education Instructor
Effective: 2014-2015 school year
Provide instruction to grades K-5 according to Physical
Education standards, organization and planning of multiple out of
school P.E. activities throughout the year, and conduct fitness
testing.
Requirements: MN Elementary Education License, Physical
Education License preferred.
Salary and Benefits: per negotiated contract
for a 3/5 of a .75 FTE position
Application Deadline: August 8, 2014
*Please provide Letter of Interest, Resume, Transcripts
and current Teaching License.
For additional questions please contact:
Mr. Randy Schantz, Principal, St. Bernards School
117 Knight Ave. North, Thief River Falls, MN 56701
(218) 681-1539 ext 301 randy.schantz@stbernardstrf.com
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
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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POWDER PAINTERS
Central Boiler, Inc. /Altoz, Inc. is seeking self-motivated
painters to contribute to its paint team. The chosen
individuals will be applying powder coat paint to parts.
Previous powder coat painting experience is preferred but
not required. Excellent benefits.
Qualified applicants can visit www.centralboiler.com to
download an application and mail, fax or e-mail resume to:
Central Boiler, Inc. / Altoz, Inc.
Human Resources
20502 160th St.
Greenbush, MN 56726
Phone: 218-782-2575
FAX: 218-782-3998
Email: employment@centralboiler.com
Are you looking for a rewarding
experience? Join a fast growing company
who has provided quality services for 40
years across northern Minnesota to
individuals with disabilities for their well-being and growth.
Become a mentor... by helping another person achieve their
potential and discover their strengths!
Full-Time HTC Instructor III
GED and two years training/experience in human services
Training in CPR, First Aid and Med Administration provided
Must have well-developed communication skills
Must be highly organized and motivated
Drivers license and insurable driving record
Mandatory DHS Background Study and OIG-LEIE exclusion searches
Application closes July 30, 2014
If youre ready to make a difference in somebodys life,
Contact Cindy Gratzek, Division Coordinator at
218-745-4401 or cgratzek@odcmn.com
Employment application and job description available at
www.odcmn.com.
EOE/ADA - Minorities and people with disabilities are
encouraged to apply.
ODC, Inc.
1008 N. 2nd St. Warren, MN 56762
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
The Center for Outreach and Innovation at Northland Community and
Technical College is seeking applications for its part-time, hourly,
adjunct pool on both the East Grand Forks and Thief River Falls
Campuses. Anticipated needs in areas of CPR, Motorcycle, Healthcare,
Welding, Print Reading, Manufacturing Principles, Boiler, EMT,
MSHA, Forklift, and a variety of other professional areas. Application
procedures and additional information regarding the vacancy is
available on the Internet at http://www.northlandcollege.edu/jobs
NCTC is an Equal Opportunity
Employer/Educator
Member of the Minnesota
State Colleges and Universities
Part-Time Adjunct Instructors
New Higher Starting Wage
Ericco Manufacturing of Viking, is taking
applications for Production Workers for day and night
shifts. We are looking for dependable, energetic and
hard working individuals. Required to be 18+ years of age.
Apply at
21005 220th Ave. NW, Viking, MN (17 miles West on Hwy. 1),
online at ericcomfg.com or call Mike at (218) 523-5600
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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!
Dental Assistant (MN Licensed)
for Fosston Family Dental
4 days/week, Monday - Thursday
Benefits include - health insurance, retirement, PTO
Fax resume to 218-435-6030
or email ffdental@gvtel.com
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:
PART-TIME COOK
OVERNIGHT POSITION 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
Positions Open
Long-term Grade 4 Substitute
Junior High Volleyball Coach
.25 FTE Special Education
For information and application, contact:
Jamie Lunsetter, Principal ~ Grygla School
PO Box 18, 114 N. Fladeland Ave.
Grygla, MN 56727
Phone: 218-294-6155 Email: jlunsetter@grygla.k12.mn.us
OPEN UNTIL FILLED
Equal Opportunity Employer
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
The Good Samaritan Center in
Warren has an opening for a
Full-Time Housekeeper
We offer health, dental and vision insurance, PTO and a
credit union. For more information call Mike Raymond @
218-745-5282. To apply, go to www.good-sam.com.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration
for employment without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, disability or
protected veteran status.
Have you been laid off or having
difficulty finding employment?
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 218-681-0909 or 218-470-0170,
to see how we may assist.
Erskine Attachments, a leading manufacturer of skid steer and
compact tractor attachments, has been designing and building
quality equipment for over 62 years. Currently, approximately 90
attachments are designed, manufactured at our Fosston facility. Our
products are sold throughout North America as well as
internationally.
See our website, www.erskineattachments.com
Due to our continual growth, we are looking for qualified workers to
become part of our team.
We are currently taking applications for the following
production positions:
Welders
Material Handlers
Assemblers
Erskine Attachments offers a competitive benefits package that
includes medical, disability and life insurance, retirement plan,
paid time off and occasional overtime shifts.
Please apply in person at: Erskine Attachments LLC
920 Airport Road, Fosston, MN 56542
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
Saturday, July 26, 2014
THE CLASSIFIEDS
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PRODUCTION WORKERS
Central Boiler, Inc./Altoz, Inc. is now hiring
self-motivated individuals for regular, full-time
positions. Positions may consist of assembling outdoor
wood furnaces or lawn mowers. Excellent benefits.
Qualified applicants can visit www.centralboiler.com to
download an application and mail, fax or e-mail resume
to:
Central Boiler, Inc. / Altoz, Inc.
Human Resources
20502 160th St.. Greenbush, MN 56726
Phone: 218-782-2575
FAX: 218-782-3998
Email: employment@centralboiler.com
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
To learn more, call or visit us online today
218-681-7930
DIGIKEY.COM/CAREERS
Digi-Key is an Equal Opportunity/Afrmative Action Employer.
WEB DESIGNER
Responsibilities:
Create graphics, landing pages and web sites
Create wireframes, rapid prototypes, user interfaces, and comp
designs using front-end code in HTML, CSS, jQuery, and JavaScript to
interface with backend code
Use the web content management system to edit/create pages and
assist with adding/editing content
Perform usability tests on interface design to ensure cross-browser
compatibility
Give expert design advice on projects and make recommendations for
improving web sites
Work with web developers to apply style and user interface design to
web applications
Other tasks as assigned or required
Requirements/Skills:
Bachelor-level degree or equivalent job experience
Expert experience with HTML, CSS, jQuery, and JavaScript
Experience with content management systems preferred
Expert experience with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
Experience with Flash software
Closely follow trends and developments in technology and integrate
them into the Digi-Key environment
Self-directed and capable of working in a fast-paced environment
Ability to work within tight timelines on multiple projects
simultaneously
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
Full Time Inside/Counter Associate Person
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Apply in person NAPA Auto Parts Ron, 418 State Street, Warroad, MN 386-3205
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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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 218-698-4628
FT/PT NAR Positions Available
Looking for compassionate, caring and dedicated NARs to work with
our communitys elderly. Must be listed on the MNNursing Registry.
Position requires every other weekend.
At TRCC, your work is always appreciated and never underestimated.
We support our employees with competitive pay and benefits,
quality leadership and a positive team environment.
Willing to work around school schedules!
Please send applications or resumes to
Thief River Care Center, Attn: Les Backer
2001 Eastwood Drive, Thief River Falls, MN 56701
218-683-8103 lbacker@trcc.sfhs.org
www.sfhs.org EOE/AA
The following position is available in School District #564:
EARLY CHILDHOOD/FAMILY EDUCATION ASSISTANT
Location: Challenger Preschool
Effective: Fall 2014
Hours: approximately 22 hours per week (subject to change based on
enrollment) up to but not to exceed 700 hours/year. This position
requires evening hours with schedule to vary throughout year dependent
on program needs.
Duties: Assist in the classroom under the direction of the instructor(s)
to provide educational instruction and supervision for the ECFE
Program. Duties may range from classroom and/or individual student
and other duties as assigned.
Requirements: Must enjoy working with and being with preschool
children; must be able to work cooperatively with several early
childhood programs; must have ability to respond to students in a
positive and consistent manner; must be able to receive direction and
follow through with minimal supervision; must maintain the highest
level of confidentiality; must have positive attitude and must be able to
interact positively with students, staff, parents and community; bending
and lifting required; early childhood experience preferred. Current First
Aid and CPR certification preferred. Position requires standing and/or
walking for most of the work shift.
Salary/benefits: Per negotiated contract
Application Deadline: 4:00 p.m., Thursday, July 31, 2014.
Application Available on the School District Web site:
http://www.trf.k12.mn.us
District/Employment/Human Resources
or Available for pick up at: School District Service Center
230 LaBree Ave. South
Thief River Falls, Minnesota 56701
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Sanford Medi cal Center TRF
is currentl y seeking to fil l the fol lowing posi tions:
Apply online at careers.sanfordhealth.org
Registered Nurse Inpatient - Critical Care
Optician-Optometric Assistant - Eye Services
Environmental Service Worker - Housekeeping
Food Service Worker
Care Tech
Mental Health Rehab Worker - must be over age 21 and
meet the state requirements for a mental health
rehabilitation worker.
TRF Mental Health Practitioner I: Must meet MN
Department of Human Services requirements for Mental
Health Practitioner.
Registration Assistant
Behavioral Health Tech - Pathfinders
All benefited positions include a full benefit package in-
cluding paid time off, group health, dental and vision in-
surance, 401k, flexible spending accounts and short/long
term disability. Complete job descriptions and minimum
requirements can be seen at the web site.
Apply online at careers.sanfordhealth.org
search under Fargo North Region
Sanford Health is an AA/EOE and Drug/Smoke Free Workplace
Are you looking for a rewarding experience? Join a
fast growing company who has provided quality
services for 40 years across northern Minnesota to
individuals with disabilities for their well-being and
growth. Become a mentor... by helping another
person achieve their potential and discover their strengths!
Full-Time Job Coach I, evening shift 3 - 11:30 p.m.
Provide supervision, training and transportation
Provide assisance to meet workload demands both in-house
and community based.
Good verbal and written communication skills.
Training in CPR and First Aid provided.
Drivers license and insurable driving record and reliable vehicle.
Must meet employment eligibility requirements of worksite.
Mandatory DHS Background Study and OIG-LEIE exclusion searches
Application closes July 31, 2014
If youre ready to make a difference in somebodys life,
Contact Shena Brandt, Division Coordinator at
218-463-1123 or sbrandt@odcmn.com
Employment application available at www.odcmn.com.
EOE/ADA - Minorities and people with disabilities are
encouraged to apply.
ODC, Inc.
1194 Center St. Roseau, MN 56751
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
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.
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
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
The following position is available in
School District #564, Thief River Falls, Minnesota:
Cleaner
Effective: August 25, 2014
Building: to be assigned
Hours Per Day: 6 hours
Duties: Sweep, mop, wet-wash, dust/polish, collect/store/dispose
refuse, ensure building security and other miscellaneous tasks that fall
within the scope of this job title.
Wage: $12.29 - $13.17 per hour (dependent upon experience)
Requirements: Position requires standing and walking for most of the
work shift and also may involve heavy lifting. Must submit to a crimi-
nal history background check.
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Application Available for Pickup at: School Districe Service Center
230 S. LaBree Avenue, Thief River Falls, MN 56701 or Application
available on the School District Web site: http://www.trf.k12.mn.us
District/Employment/Human Resources
An Equal Opportunity Employer
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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, 1 bathroom
house available September 1st,
$725/month. Call 218-686-4185.
TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT in
Thief River Falls, 218-436-3145.
Summerfield Place of Thief River
Falls 55+ one bedroom and one
bedroom + den apartment. Central
air, washer/dryer, dishwasher,
microwave, heated parking, eleva-
tor, guest suite, community room.
Heat and water paid. Call 218-681-
5194. 55tfc
OFFICE SPACE: All utilities and
snow removal paid, $550/month.
West of Petro Pumper. Call 218-
686-6817. 40tfc
NEAR TRF: 3-bedroom house,
quiet and clean, $850/month. Non-
HUD, no pets, no smoking. Call 530-
627-3900. 60tfc
SKYLITE APARTMENTS:
Residential apartment living at its
best! Quality HUD subsidized 1st
floor apartments with private entry
doors, large commons with gardens,
beauty shop and gazebo, utilities
paid. Facility preference is for sen-
iors, handicapped or persons with
disabilities. Income limits apply.
Applications for future housing may
be picked up at the Skylite Office,
415 Arnold Ave. S., Thief River Falls,
between 8:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday. Equal
Housing Opportunity. 29tfc
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324 Main Avenue North
Thief River Falls, MN
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Approximately 900 Sq. Ft.
Call or see Jeff
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218-681-3914
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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
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
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
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The Northern Watch is now
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for carrier delivery people
for the Thief River Falls area.
Earn up to $9 per hour.
Girls and boys of all ages are
encouraged to apply, along
with adults and families.
Call Today 681-4450 or
apply at The Times
324 Main Ave. N. Thief River Falls
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www.arcticcat.com
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Arctic Cat is looking for motivated individuals for the following positions:
Arctic Cat Painter- 2nd and 3rd Shifts: The individual
in this position will assist in controlling parts hanging on line to ensure
that they will not cause problems in the paint tank or other equip-
ment.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Maintain accurate records, log book and data sheets.
2. Assist in controlling parts hanging on the line.
Qualifications:
1. Possess a basic knowledge of chemicals.
2. Understand potential problems and be able to take corrective
measures.
3. Knowledge of testing procedures for preventing production problems.
4. Possess general knowledge of painting all areas that will affect the fin-
ished product.
5. Possess basic math skills.
Education and Experience:
1. High school diploma or GED.
2. Prior painting experience helpful, but not required.
Arctic Cat Assemblers: starting pay $14.25
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Assemble snowmobiles or ATVs.
2. Maintain a safe work environment
2nd Shift Welders
Qualifications:
1) Understanding of welding processes, MIG and TIG.
2) Knowledge of various materials, steel and stainless steel.
3) Knowledge of welding machines and their proper use.
4) Knowledge of and ability to follow safety procedures.
5) Ability to work overtime as needed.
Education and Experience:
1) Prior welding experience required.
2) Vocational or trade school training in welding.
3) Ability to stand or sit in one general area for a portion of the shift.
4) Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
Arctic Cat
601 Brooks Avenue South
Thief River Falls, MN 56701
Attn: C. Bergland
cbergland@arcticcatinc.com
Please submit applications to:
Over The Road Drivers Wanted
Looking to hire Owner Operators & Company
Drivers. Must have CDL, 2-year experience &
clean record. Great pay, home weekly, dry van
& reefer freight - Passport is a plus!
Call Greg at
Greg Hanson Trucking
218-436-4695
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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
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
SENIOR COURT CLERK
STATE OF MINNESOTA NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Roseau County - Roseau, MN
The Ninth Judicial District seeks candidates for a full-time Senior Court
Clerk in the Roseau/Kittson/Marshall County administrative unit (the
permanent work location will be in Roseau, MN), to provide advanced
court clerical work in District Court. Duties may involve responsibility
for a specific area of court case processing or for performing a variety
of advanced clerical functions in multiple case types and will require the
application of independent judgment and the interpretation of policies
and procedures.
Qualifications include graduation from an approved high school or
vocational school and experience as a court clerk or in the legal field,
or experience in a customer service focused field.
For a further description of the position and required qualifications, and
to apply on-line, go to www.mncourts.gov (Career Opportunities).
Applications will be accepted until 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 5, 2014.
The salary range for this position starts at $16.81 per hour and includes
a full State of Minnesota benefits package. Questions may be directed
to jill.hendrickson@courts.state.mn.us or call 218-759-4361.
Successful candidate will be required to pass a Criminal Background
Check prior to appointment. 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
Full-Time LPN
$1,000 Sign-On Bonus
Karlstad Senior Living is a 46-bed SNF located 35-40 miles from
Thief River Falls, Roseau and Hallock. We are currently accept-
ing applications for a full-time LPN to work 2-10pm including
every other weekend. Travel incentive of $150/month applies to
full-time nursing staff commuting more than 25 miles to work.
Benefits include health/dental/life insurance, paid time off,
extended sick leave, and 401K.
*Weekday shift differentials are 75 for 2-10 shift
*Weekend shift differentials are $1.50 for all shifts
*Holiday pay is double pay!
Discover a satisfying, challenging and rewarding career where
you make a difference in the lives of our residents every day.
Please contact Amanda Bjerken, DNS, at 218-436-2161 or
email amanda.bjerken@tealwoodcc.com
Karlstad Heathcare Center is an EOE.
because the journey matters
Goodridge Public School has the following positions open:
1.0 FTE 7-12 Math
Long-Term Preschool Substitute
Junior High Volleyball Coach
For information and application contact:
Rebecca Carlson, K-12 Principal, Goodridge School
PO Box 195, Goodridge, MN 56725
218-378-4133 bcarlson@goodridge.k12.mn.us
Open until filled.
Dietary Assistant
The Warren Good Samaritan has 1 part-time opening
for a Dietary Assistant; flexible with shifts, will
accomodate students. Requires every other weekend
and every other holiday rotation. We offer PTO, medical,
vision and dental insurance. No experience required,
will train.
For more information call Elizabeth Anderson at
218-745-5282 or fill out an application at
www.good-sam.com All qualified applicants will
receive consideration for employment without regard
to race, color, religion,
sex, national origin,
disability or protected
veteran status.
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
Help Wanted
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. Apply in
person or call 218-478-3308 for an
application. 4t63c
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 in Thief
River Falls, MN area. Please call
218-684-4830. 6t64p
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
PART-/FULL-TIME
BARTENDERS
WAITRESSES & COOKS
WANTED
APPLY IN PERSON
RUSTY NAIL
307 Main Ave. N., T.R. Falls
Real Estate
Year-round home for sale by Lake
Bronson State Park: New win-
dows, siding, shingles. 1680 sq.ft.
interior remodel in progress, 2 single
insulated garages all on 1.4 acres
with great lake views... $120,000.
Call 218-754-2321. 2P8t67p
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE on corner
lot: Newer furnace and shingles with
36x40 6-car shop, inexpensive heat
and taxes. Call 218-681-3798 or
218-686-2632. P4t63p
Spruce Valley Township Land:
160 acres NE1/4 Section 35,
Marshall County. CRP until 2018,
$925/acre. Call 218-469-0949.
OKLEE 3-BEDROOM HOUSE on
corner lot with full basement, 1-1/2
attached garage. By owner: 218-
796-5223. P4t63p
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
LAND FOR SALE ~ 860 acres at
Thorholt: 600 acres CRP (out in
2014), 200 acres hybrid poplars...
$1,400/acre. Call 218-689-3083.
IN BROOKS: 4-bedroom house ~
$20,000 or $25,000 Contract for
Deed, $5,000 down. Call 218-688-
2209. P4t63p
FARMLAND WANTED: I have a
serious client who wants to buy
good farmland. Will pay cash. Call
Northland Farm Sales, 218-681-
6036. F88tfc
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. P4t63p
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
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
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.
2P8t67p
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 esti-
mates, 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
Saturday, July 26, 2014
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Mark & Alma Dobias & Others, Owners
1987 Yamaha Golf Cart Gas Engine
Outdoor Swing w/ Pads & Canopy
Outdoor Furniture Tables & Chairs
Patio Table w/ Chairs & Umbrellas Iron Gazebo w/ Screens
Galvanized Bath & Wash Tubs Screen House
Vintage Schwinn Bike Picnic Table
Wet Stone Weber Grill
Gas Grill Garden Hose Caddy
Wheelbarrow Windmill
Flower Pots Old Wooden Trailer
Bird Feeders Bench
Wishing Well Dolly Cart
Fishing Rods Coleman Air Mattress
Tackle Box Plus More
Craftsman Riding Mower GOID 12 Hp, 42Cut
Yardman 5hp SnowBlower 24 2 - Homelite XL Chain Saws
Yard Machines 5hp, 21SnowBlower
Homelite Leaf Blower w/ 170 mph Blower
Ryobi 410 31cc Rototiller Push Mower
Older Push Mower 45 Lawn Sweeper
3 - Weed Eaters Shovels/Rakes/Brooms
AluminumExtension Ladder
Wooden Step Ladder Dolly Cart
Cross Cut Saw 3.5hp Air Compressor
Extension Cords Pipe Clamps
Knipco Heater Tool Boxes w/ Tools
C-Clamps Shotgun Pails
2 - Homelite XL Chain Saw
Socket Sets Hydraulic Jacks
Saws/Levels Hammers
Propane Tanks B&D Cordless 18V Drill
Car Ramps Gas Cans
Post Hole Digger Misc. Other Tools
Phonograph Craig AM/FM Stereo Recorder w/Speakers
Carpet Remnants Porcelain Topped Table
Canning Jars Bissell Vac. 12amp
Set of Southwest China Canner
Electric Can Openers Utensils
Glassware 13TV/VCR combo
China Wall Dcor
Decorative Pillows Picture Frames
Lots of Knickknacks Canisters
Misc. Kitchen Items
Rocking Horse Water Table
Parsons Bench Dollhouse
Small Trampoline Books
Kitchen Set w/Dishes 2 TV/Gaming Chairs
Childrens VHS movies Stuffed Animals
Puzzles
500+ Salt & Pepper Shaker Sets Dishes
Old Radio Washboard
Wooden Highchair Cast-iron Skillets
Pedal Sewing Machine Brunswick CreamCans, Asst. Sizes
The OliverTypewriter w/ Metal Case Lighters
Old Co-op Gas Cans Antique Clocks
Delaval CreamSeparator Jr. #6 w/ Disks
Collections: Model Cars, Belt Buckles, Dolls
Sectional Couch
BedroomSet - Oak: 6 Drawer Dresser w/ 2 Mirrors, Armoire, Night
Stand
Southwest Furniture: Entertainment Center, Hutch W/Wine Rack &
Cupboards, Table w/2 Chairs, CustomMade Queen-Size
Celestial Sun Headboard
Chair & Matching Ottoman China Cabinet
End Tables Side Tables
Shelves Pedestal Stand
Wood Dining RoomSet w/6 Chairs, 2 Leaves
Wood Kitchen Table w/2 Chairs
Office Chair Tall 4-Drawer Dresser
Twin Bed Frame/Headboard Small Round Table w/2 Chairs
Rocking Chair Writing Desk
Wooden Chairs Desk Chairs
Card Tables Utility Shelf
3 Bar Stools Craft Tables
Grandfather Clock 3 Patterned Storage Chests
Desk 4 Drawer Dresser
Microwave Carts Exercise Bike
Treadmill Plant stand
2 Drawer file cabinet Telephone table
Electric Water Pump w/ B&S Gas Engine
Hand Well pump Complete Maytag Gas Engine
9 Insulation Foam4 x 8 Insulator Cups
Sleds Horse Hems
Quilt Supplies
Craft Items: Beads, Yarn, Fabric, Paints
Books/Cook Books Microphone Stands
Music Stand Suitcases
Radios Coolers
Storage Containers Dolls
Doll Chair Decorative Christmas Trees
Christmas Decorations Halloween Decorations
Christmas Bears, Moose, Reindeer Horse Hames
OUTSIDE
HOUSEHOLD
SHOP TOOLS
COLLECTIBLES
FURNITURE
MISCELLANEOUS
TOYS/CHILDRENS FURNITURE
LAWN CARE/CHAINSAWS
FISHING/CAMPING
Curling Club, Thief River Falls, MN
Saturday, August 2nd ~ 10 am
Lunch Served
Joe McMullen
AUCTIONEER/REAL ESTATE AGENT
(218) 689-5760
Lic. #57-2012-005
Morris Vacura
Badger, MN
(218) 528-4181
mdv@wiktel.com www.nsasales.com
J.D. 335 Riding Mower, 20hp Kawasaki, 48 Deck, Power
Steering.
J.D. 1035D Walk-Behind Snow Blower, Like New
15 Gal ATV Yard Sprayer, New in Box
AGRI-FAB Tilt-Bed Yard Trailer, Fert Spreader & Yard Rake
CRAFTSMAN 4.5hp, 22 Push Mower
CRAFTSMAN Mounted 6hp, 22 Weed Trimmer
MATHIS Mini Garden Tiller Gas Weed Eater
Wheel Barrows 20 Alum Ext Ladder
6-8-10 Fiberglass Step Ladders
MACO Electric Grill Fire Pit
CABELAS GRILLPRO-HOLLAND Propane BBQ Grills
CHAR-GRILLER Wood Smoker Grill w/Side Box Burner
Misc Yard & Garden Tools
TRACTOR TRAILER BOAT
FORD 8N, 2 speed Trans, w/DAVIS Hyd Loader
FECHTN 5 x 8 2 Wheel Tilt Bed Trailer
ALUM-CRAFT 14 Alum Boat
TOOLS
DeWALT DW734 Planer
CRAFTSMAN 10 Radial Arm Saw
CRAFTSMAN 5.5hp 16 Gal Wet/Dry Vac
JET 12 Band Saw
ROCKWELL Floor Standing Multi Spd Drill Press
HITACHI Compound Miter Saw
GRIZZLY Industrial 12 Sander
DELTA JT360 Jointer
RIDGID Drum & Spindle Sander Model EB44240
CRAFTSMAN 16 Scroll Saw
JET 10 Table Saw w/Precision Fence & Table Extensions
RYOBI Angle Detail Sander
CRAFTSMAN 1/3hp Scroll Saw
Misc Carpenters Tools (T Squares Levels & others)
SHOP MASTER Jig Saw Extension Cords
Many Bar Clamps C Clamps
Circular Saws CRAFTSMAN 1.5hp Router
Dual Arbor 6 Bench Grinder Misc Hand Tools
GRIZZLY Industrial Angle Finish Nailer
CRAFTSMAN 1/3hp Dual Arbor Grinder on Stand
CRAFTSMAN 5hp, 25 Gal Air Compressor
Sockets & Socket Sets Wagner Power Painter
Combo Open & Box End Wrench Sets
CRAFTSMAN 6hp, 2250 psi Pressure Washer
Air Tank Belt Sander Battery Charger
ARCTIC CAT 500 4 Wheeler
LIBERTY Floor Standing 23 Fire Proof Gun Safe LT23
YAMAHA Scooter 5hp Go Cart
SEVERAL Mini Bikes Unicycle
Motorcycle/ATV Alum 1500 Lb Jack
New WARN Winch Gun Vise
SPOT ON Shooter Bench (New in Box)
20lb Propane Tanks Boat Bumpers
HIWATHIA 5hp Boat Motor
Oars & Paddles Alum Ramps
Many RODS & REELS Winter Fishing Tackle
Down Rigger & Muskie Lures Jigs
SEVERAL Fish Tackle Boxes Full of Tackle
Landing Nets Ice Chests Life Jackets
Duck & Goose Decoys Sunflower Heater Buddy Heater
Metal Targets Toboggan Bikes
Coleman Gas & Propane Heater
Gas Ice Auger Meat Saws HERTERS Cast-Iron Roaster
Pedal Boat Inflatable Rafts
410-20 ga 12 ga 10 ga mag 357 mag 38 Special
243- 7mm 08 Live Ammo
PREDATOR 212cc OHV New Gas Engine
Misc Oil Appliance Cart Misc Lumber
Misc Shop Items 2- Chest Freezers
New Bolts & Screws
GUNS
RUGER 10-22 W/Bushnell Scope 251-33564
REMINGTON 1100 20 ga, Auto, M40334N
GLENFIELD Mod 60 22 Cal 27152929
REMINGTON 700, 7MM 08, NIKON Scope W/Muzzle Break
CC370427
MOSSBERG 22 Cal, Tube, Bolt, 460B (60 Yrs Old)
SAVAGE 99F, 243, WEAVER K4 Scope
GLENFIELD Mod 70 22 Cal, Auto 21377110
REMINGTON 22 Auto, GR44420
H&R 410 3 Model 098 HJ218334
ROSSI 357 Mag, Lever, K118686
WESTERNFIELD 12 ga, Pump, H105479
BERETTA AL391 Urika, 12 ga, auto, Interchange choke
AA049159
BB GUN COLLECTION PELLET & CO2 HAND GUNS
MANY OTHER ITEMS ADDED SALE DAY.
DAVID & CYNTHIA SOLIAH, OWNERS
218-634-3006
Check www.nsasales.com for pictures
LUNCH SERVED RESTROOMS PROVIDED
TERMS: Cash, U.S. Funds. Nothing removed until settled for. Settlement must be made
at conclusion of sale. ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS IS. ALL SALES FINAL. Not responsible
for errors or omissions in above listing. Not responsible for accidents.
facebook.com/northstar.auctioneers
TRACTOR TRAILER BOAT
TOOLS
GUNS
OTHER
AUCTION
Saturday, August 2, 2014 10 A.M.
4570 GRACETON BEACH ROAD, WILLIAMS, MN
LOCATION: FROM BAUDETTE, MN, 11 MILES N ON 172, 3 MILES WEST ON # 8, 2 MILES N. ON THE
MORRIS POINT RD & 1 MILE W. ON #4 OR THE GRACETON BEACH RD. FROM WARROAD , MN
7 MILES E ON #11, 20 MILES E ON #34 & 8, 2 MILES N ON THE MORRIS POINT RD & 1 MILE W ON #4
AUCTIONEERS NOTE: A sale you will want to attend. David & Cynthia are relocating & are offering these fine items on auction.
All items are like new condition Come & see as there will be more items added sale day. Come ready to buy.
TOOLS ~ SPORT ITEMS ~ GUNS ~ BOAT ~ TRACTOR
YARD GARDEN SPORT ITEMS
For all your Aerial Spraying Needs
OSE AI RSPRAY
Evan Ose, Owner/Operator
(218) 689-8088
oseairspray@mncable.net
Office (218)- 689-8098
330 Markley Ave. N.
Thief River Falls, MN 56701
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Waterworths Woodshop Waterworths Woodshop
Call Marcus or Tim at (218) 523-3035
Viking, Minnesota
www.waterworthswoodshop.com
Custom Woodworking and Finishing,
Cabinets and Furniture.
30 Years of Experience.
218-688-0298
Free Estimates!!
Like Us on Facebook
Landscaping Paving stone patios-Driveways
Retaining Walls Flower Gardens Decorative Rock
B & K Stumpgrinding, LLC
and Other Tree Services
218-686-1853
Call Brian for Free Estimates
Custom Services
HOME FOR SALE IN WARREN
Price Reduced
on this nice
split level
home located
on the south
end of Warren.
Well cared for family home with many improvements includes
3-4 bedrooms, 2 baths, sunroom, gas fireplace, living and
family spaces, heated double garage, trex deck, storage
building and a fabulous yard!
Call 218-201-0603 for an appt.
FOSSTON 3/11/14
SOLLIE REALTYFosston, MN 218-435-1525

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Now Only $99,000!
#3935 - 2,400 sq. ft. 2 unit duplex
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#3940 - You did it! You
found it! All that searching for
the ideal hobby farm with 40
acres stops here! Everyone can
enjoy the convenience of having
everything on one level in this
immaculately kept 1,680 square
foot home. If horses or livestock
are your desire, the 40 acres
provide ample pasture with
watering facility and shelter as
well as approximately 20 acres
of woods for recreational use.
Located just off a county paved
highway and only minutes from
town. Call today.
SOLLIE REALTY
Fosston, MN
218-435-1525
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#3941 - Let The Fun
Begin! It doesn't matter if you
roll or sled in, if you're looking
for a good time, you win! The
owners are not only offering
this well established business
at an unbelievable price, but
they are also including all
equipment for turn-key
opportunity! Let the dream of
running your own bar and grill
bring you in, let the price make
it a reality! Now Only
$125,000! Call today for
complete details.
SOLLIE REALTY
Fosston, MN
218-435-1525
www.sollie.net
FOSSTON 3/11/14 AND
CANARY 3/18/14
NEW COUNTRY
LISTING!
JUST
LISTED!
House for
Sale
Near Lyons Park, 4+ Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, additional sunroom with
fireplace & tons of storage in basement.
Call 507-530-5445
Commercial Office Space Available
Private Suites
309 LaBree Plaza
All Utilities Paid By Owner
218-523-3173 218-416-0471
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1234salerealty.com 218-681-4321
15724 340th Street NE
Middle River
318 Main Street, Brooks
$275,000
MLS# 13-2050
Single Family Home, 3 Beds, 2 1/2
Baths. 3100 sq. ft.
On 12 acres!
$119,900
Former bar and restaurant located in
Brooks 2820 sq. ft.
MLS# 13-1728
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.
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
Firewood/Pellets
DRY TAMARACK: $80 per cord.
Call Ernie: 218-766-1431 or 218-
243-2564. 9P36t87pp
Daycare
LICENSED DAYCARE has full-
time openings. Please call 218-
681-7242 for more information.
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.
14x70 MOBILE HOME for sale:
Call 218-796-5395. FP4t60p
For Rent
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. F5t66p
FOXTAIL TOWNHOMES has 4-
bedroom, 2-bathroom units avail-
able June 1st. Please call 218-681-
2341 or email mary.
sieckert@gmmco.org for more infor-
mation. 31tfc
MASSAGE ROOM: First month
FREE with 6-month lease ~ 2
months FREE with 1-year lease!
Complete, ready to use. $250/month
includes utilities, laundry, waiting
area, nice colors and good size. Just
show up! Altra Care, Hwy 32
South, Thief River Falls ~ 218-681-
2225 (Donna) 4t63c
MAIN STREET MANOR, Oklee: 4
bedroom house includes washer
and dryer. Contact Carol @ 800-
504-6093, Greater MN Management
~ Carol.saga@ gmmco.org ~ EHO
NICE 3-BEDROOM, 1 bath home
at 102 5th Street East, TRF:
$850/month plus utilities, washer/
dryer included. Call 701-740-1169.
ST. HILAIRE: 5-bedroom, 2-bath
2-story house available August 1st.
No pets, no smoking, references
required. Call 218-964-5260 or 218-
686-6584. 59tfc
2-BEDROOM DUPLEX in Red
Lake Falls: No pets, no smoking.
Call 218-289-1158 or 218-253-2363.
2010 J.D. 5075 E 2 WD, 75 H.P., ROPS, 3 pt., 2
remotes, 19.5 X 24 , 1,206 hrs.
STEIGER COUGAR KP 1280 4WD, 20.8 X 38 ph.
935-5438
M.F. 2705, CAH, 3 pt., 2 hyd. 18.4 x 38
J.D. 4230, CAH, P.S., 2 remotes, no 3 pt., 18.4 x 34
singles, 9,800 hrs., ph. 686-5620
1971 J.D. 4320, cab 3 pt., 3 hyd., 540/1,000, heater,
8,500 hrs, 300 hrs on OH, ph. 689-5858
JD 58 LOADER w/ grapple
4320 ALLIS 7040, CAH, power director, 3 pt. 2 hyd.,
540/ 1,000, 20.8 X 38 singles
FORD 6000 ROWCROP, Selecto-speed, 3 pt., 2
remotes , 38 tires 90%, ph. 294-6386
1958 OLIVER 550 DIESEL UTILITY, 3 pt., LPTO, 14.9
X 26, shows 2,062 hrs. S.N. 61226519
FORD 8N ph. 281-1619; FORD 9N
CASE 1070 TRACTOR, cab, 2 remotes, after market 3
pt., needs pto work
CASE 930 TRACTOR, 3 pt., 2 remotes
H IHC NARROWFRT. w/ FARM HAND HI LIFT
LOADER
WC ALLIS NARROWFRT.
DUAL 100 LOADER, (851 Ford), new seals, valve & frt.
pump
WC ALLIS less motor & frt. end
DUAL 300 LOADER w/ valve, no bucket
J.D. 9600 COMBINE, DAM, DAS, F &A, 30.5 X 32
rice, 4,146/3,073 ph. 686-4651
M.F. 860 COMBINE, 6 cyl. 4 spd., 24.5 x32, 3700 hrs.,
ph. 281-1619
1987 J.D. 8820 TITAN II RWA, shedded, 30.5 x 32,
5,900 hrs, ph. 689-9158
M.F. 760 COMBINE, grey cab, 6 cyl., 4 spd., 24.5 x
32, ph. 698-4438
J.D. 7700 COMBINE, diesel, feeder springs, 23.1 x 26
KILBROS 1200 650 BUS. GRAIN CART, roll tarp, big &
small 1,000 pto, 24.5 x 32
PARKER 675 GRAIN CART, 600 bus., roll tarp, 24.5 x
32, 540, corner auger
WECO 500 BUS. GRAIN CART, roll tarp, 24.5 x 32,
540 pto
20 VERSATILE 4400 SWATHER, cab, air, batt reel
21 PREMIER AUTO FOLD P.T. SWATHER, batt,
shedded
15 VERSTILE 400 SWATHER w/hay conditioner
20 IHC 4000 S.P. SWATHER, cab & air, batt
18 VERSATILE # 10 P.T. SWATHER, gear drive
24 M.F. #35 P.T. SWATHER, batt
21 OWATONNAP.T. SWATHER, batt
18 M.F. 655 S.P. SWATHER, batt
SHOPMADE SWATHER TRANSPORT
JD 9600 STRAWCHOPPER
VITTLETOE SINGLE FAN CHAFF SPREADER
(9600 J.D.)
J.D. 9600 REAR AXLE; 2-14.9 X 24on J.D. rims
SMITH ROLES BIN SWEEP w/motor
2000 POLARIS 325 4 WHEELER, ph. 686-3325
1976 GN 33 COBRACAMPER
12 ALMUACRAFT FISHING BOAT, w/ 3 H.P. SEARS.
, TRL.
1995 CHEVY T. EXT. CAB 4WD DIESEL, 6.5 ,
manual, flatbed, PTO
1996 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE
1978 J.D. 690 B EXCAVATOR, 5,000 hrs., 36 bucket,
good cond. ph. 701-741-7957
IHC TD9 w/ HYD. DOZER
IHC TD-9 CAT w/ HYD. DOZER, gas conversion
HYDRAMAC 12C SERIES II SKID LOADER, diesel,
66 bucket, sharp
MELROE 632 SKID LOADER, needs tune up, not
running
HYDRAMAC 40PALLET FORKATTACH.
6 STOUT BRUSH GRAPPLE
2003 J.D. 930 F w/ CRARY AIR REEL, header & reel
completely reconditioned ph. 686-2549
2003 J.D. 930F w/ CRARY AIR REEL, 3 , PTO drives
J.D. 930 POLY PT. w/ LATE MODEL CRARY AIR
REEL & CUTTING PARTS
2001 JD. 930, F &A, 3, PTO hook ups
J.D. 930 POLY PT., F. &A
1997 25 CASE IH, oil drive, F. & A., 3
JD 925 , F &A, 3 poly pt.
J.D. 925 STEEL PT. F &A; 25 N.H. 973 , 1
JD 224, updated reel, clean
22 N.H. 972 FLEX HEAD; 20 1859 FLEX, U-2
J.D. 220 FLEX; 2- M.F. 9120 FLEX HEADS
30 CASE IH 1020 FINGER REEL
J.D. 930 RIGID HEAD, MacDon reel, pto hookups
2-25 CASE IH 1010 RIGID, batt, single shaft, F&A
N.H. P.U. HEAD, Melroe
M.F. HEAD w/ MELROE P.U.
CASE IH 1015 PU ; NEWHOLLAND 970 w/ PU
20 M.F. 1859 w/ 22PANS; 30 J.D. BATT REEL w/
motor (930)
J.D. 224 RIGID w/ 9S.F. PANS
J.D. 220 RIGID, finger reel
1996 CASE IH 1083 CORN HEAD
J.D. 843 LOWTIN CORN HEAD
6-30N.H. 962 CORN HEAD
4-30N.H. 962 CORN HEAD
J.D. 443 CORNHEAD (4-30)
3-20 SHOP MADE HEADER TRLS.
SCRAPERS & ROCK PICKERS
EVERSMAN 650 SCRAPER ( 6 YD.)
ASHLAND 4.5 D SCRAPER
NEW10 P.T. BOX SCRAPER
ROCKOMATIC T.A. ROTARY ROCK PICKER w/ VERT
FOLD ROCK RAKES
6 HARLEY ROCK RAKE
HARLEY ROCK PICKER, rear load
5 X 8 HYD. S.A. ROCK TRAILER
NEW9 6 WAY 3 PT. BLADE
3,000 GAL. FUEL TANK w/110V PUMP
4,000 GAL. HORZ. TANK; 2-500 GAL. FUEL TANK w/
110v pump
4-1,000 GAL FUEL TANKS w/ 110V pump
500 GAL w/ hand pump
2-500 GAL TANKS; 125 GAL POLY TANK
75 & 100 GAL SADDLE TANKS
2- 125 GAL SERV. TANK, hand pump
2008 40 PJ TAGOOSENECK DUALLY, dovetail w/ 3
flip over ramps, 10k axles, winch
96X 42 FRUHAUF DRY VAN
53 1996 UTILITY DRY VAN
20 T. A. BUMPER HITCH FLATBED, beaver tail,
ramps, steel floor, brakes
NEW18 HULL T.A. HYD. TILT CAR TRL., 3,500#
24 FLATBED TRL., tand. axle truck trl., pintle hitch
1990 20 WELLS FARGO ENCLOSED CAR TRL,
EASY TRAIL GRAVITY WAGON w/ HYD. AUGER &
ROLL TARP, exc.
PARKER 4000 2 DOOR GRAVITY, 375/65R/22.5
2-PARKER 3 AXLE 6600 CENTER DUMP GRAVITY
WAGON, 16.6 X 16.1
2-200 BUS. GRAVITIES; SMALL PICK BOX TRL.
SMALL 4 WHEELED WAGON
21 WOODS BATWING, 540 PTO
20 WOODS BATWING, 1000 PTO
15 BUSH HOG 2615 BATWING, 540. ph. 689-4341
15 WOODS TURF 9180 BATWING FINISHING 540
ph. 689-4341
WOODS S-106 DITCH BANK
5 BUHLER FARM KING 3 PT. FINISHING-like new
WOODS 214 P.T. ROTARY
5 COOP 3 PT. ROTARY MOWER
6 WOODS 3 PT. ROTARY
2-6 3 PT. FINISHING
LX 186 JD RIDER, needs deck clutch
42 BIFOLD NH3 APPLICATOR
20 ARTS WAY P.T. FLAIL STALK CHOPPER 15 MC
FLAIL TYPE STOCK CHOPPER
WOODS HYDRO BOOST 3 PT. BOOM
UNIVERSALADD ON 3 PT.
J,D, CAT. 3 OR 4 QUICK HITCH
BRIGGS & WISC. 8 H.P. GAS ENGS.
48PALLET FORKATTACH FOR LOADER
JD GAS GENERATOR
, 1 ,2 & 3 HP. 110V ELEC. MOTORS
8 GRAVEL BOX
5-16 X 24 LUMBER TARPS
4 LOAD LOCKS; LARGE ANVIL
POULAN CHAIN SAW; 35-4LUMBER STRAPS
JD CYLINDER
2-STRAP ROLLERS
RED FLAG & WIDE LOAD SIGNS
CHAIN BINDERS; 25 RETRACTIBLE HOSE REEL
20# PROPANE TANKS; SADDLE TOOL BOX w/ step
2-HEADACHE RACKS; 2- LAWN SPRAYERS
MILK HOUSE HEATERS
PLUMBING SUPPLIES
RUBBER IMPELLER TRANS. PUMP
CRAFTSMAN 6.5 H.P. S.P ELEC. START LAWN
MOWER
25 COPPER TUBING,; TRUCK HEATERS
WALKER 3 T. FLOOR JACK
REEL CRAFT OIL PUMP w/ meter
2-NEWARCTIC FOX FUEL HEATERS
NEWFRT MT. RECEIVER HITCH CHEVY PICKUP
A-FRAME HOIST, 14 H., 16 W. 1 T. chain hoist; 2-
35 HYD. HOSE
AL. PICKUP TOOL BOX; TOOL CHEST & ROLLAWAY
1.8 BUS. J.D. 7300 SEED BOX
165K KNIPCO HEATER, exc.
ALLIED HOT WATER WASHER
SHALLOW& DEEP WELL PUMPS
92-NEW8X 12 MAHOGANY WOOD GRAIN FIBER
CEMENT SIDING
80 RIVERBEND P.T. SPRAYER, w.t., Mid Tec con-
troller, 1,000 gal., hyd. pump
90 RIVERBEND P.T. TAND. AXLE SPRAYER, Raven
440, 1000 gal.
60 300 GAL. SUMMERS P.U. SPRAYER, Honda motor
50 MELROE 103 SPRAY COUPE
26 T.A, PULL TYPE SHOPMADE SPRAYER, 8 H.P.
Honda
FRT. MT. 200 GAL POLY TANK w/ hyd pump; 5 H.P.
HONDA2PUMP
1,200 GAL POLY TANK
NEWHOLLAND 664 RD. BALER
N. H. 855 RD. BALER; N.H. 850 RD. BALER
14 N.H. 116 HAYBINE, shedded
N.H. 1037 STACKLINER
GEHL 1060 FORAGE CHOPPER w/ hay & 2-30 corn
head
BRADY/FOX HYDRAMILL GRINDER MIXER
FORD FORAGE CHOPPER w/ HAY & 2 ROWCORN
HEAD
BALE RINGS, FEED BUNKS, HEADGATE
3-ALLIS 5 BAR SIDE DELIVERY RAKES
7 WHEEL J.D. 567 RAKE; 8 x 22 FLAT BED w/ T.A.
TRUCK GEAR, pintle
OLDER J.D. MANURE SPREADER; RR TIES
4- FARROWING CRATES; BARB WIRE; T POSTS
CATTLE & SHEEP PANELS, 75 GAL. STOCK TANK
40-4 x 16 WIRE CATTLE PANELS
5-24 FREE STANDING PANELS
20-24 SUCKER ROD PANELS
16- 64X 7,000 ROLL NET WRAP
GENERAL SUPER 6 450 B. CONT. FLO DRYER,
single phase, sunflower kit
500 BUS. BEHLEN PTO BATCH DRYER,
ph. 378-4246
10X 61 & 71 WESTFIELD MK SWINGER AUGERS
6X 41 AUGER, gas eng.
10X 60KOYKER PTO AUGER
8x 51 MAYRATH HYD. SWING AUGER
10X 31 WHEATHEART AUGER, 10 H.P. elec.
10X 60 WESTGO HYD. SWINGER
6X 27 MAYRATH AUGER
8X 62 BRANDT AUGER w/ elec. motor
WESTFIELD HYD. ENDGATE DRILL FILL,
brush auger
8X 51 WESTFIELD AUGER w/ 23 H.P. BRIGGS
DK 5VAC, 540, sharp
WALINGA510 GRAIN VAC w/ access.
8X 41 WESTFIELD w/ 16 H.P. BRIGGS
KWIK KLEAN 5 ROLLER GRAIN CLEANER,
wheat screens, 4 auger
5 GRAIN BULKHEADS; AERATION TUBES 27 BIN
3- 5 H.P. 18SUKUP FANS
8HYD. DRAG AUGER w/extensions
2- 10 H.P. KEHO BIN FANS
2-48 DRYING FLOORS, 12 steps
MISC. AERATION TUBE w/ transitions
HALF MOON AERATION PIECES, 2- 1 H.P. FANS
42 DRYING FLOOR, 4-12.5 H.P. FANS w/ HEATERS,
STIRATOR, UNLOADING TUBE, & DRAG
AUGER
8-SCREWIN AERATOR & FANS
4- EXTRASCREWIN FANS
JD 2 BOTTOM PLOW; JD 1 BOTTOM PLOW
2 WHEELED BREAKING PLOW
2-SINGLE ROWCULT.
1996 IHC 9200 DAY CAB SEMI, Cummins, 10 spd., air
ride, 665,034 miles, sharp
1979 CHEV. C-70 TWIN SCREWTANDEM w/ 19
KNAPHEIDE BOX, 427, 10 spd., hyd. brakes,
roll tarp, ph. 689-4341
1976 IHC T.S. TANDEM w/19 3 in 1 FRENCH BOX,
446, 5 X 4 , roll tarp, 54,000, ph.701-741-7957
1969 CHEVY C-50 TAND. AXLE w/ 18 FRONTIER
BOX, 366, 5X 2, roll tarp, ph. 689-4248
1967 GMC 4500 S.A. w/ 14 STEEL BOX, V-6, 4 X 2,
new clutch, tarp, 69k ph.686-4687
1973 FORD F-600 S.A. w/ 16 BOX, 360, 4X2,
9:00 x 20 roll tarp
1972 DODGE 600 T.S. w/ 19 KNAP. BOX, 413, 5X4,
roll tarp
1954 FORD F-500 w/ 12 WOOD BOX, V-8, 5 spd.
SINGLE AXLE SEMI TRL. DOLLY
DMI 7 SHANK 730E ECOLO TIGER DISC RIPPER,
hyd. disc levelers, good pts, 16.5 x 16.1 tires,
exc.
40 CASE IH 4900 FIELD CULT, 3 bar
44 J.D. S TINE FIELD CULT, harrow
41 J.D. 1610 CHISEL PLOW, harrow
35 J.D. 1610 CHISEL PLOW, harrow
19 GLENCOE CHISEL PLOW, w.t., edge shanks, gd. 3
bar harrow
31 J.D. 331 TANDEM DISK, 9
GLENCOE 15 SHANK SOILSAVER
32 IHC 490 TANDEM DISK, w.t., 9
50 MELROE HARROW
36 WIL-RICH FIELD CULT. harrow, singles on wings
12 J.D. H.D. TAND. DISK
12 BUSHOG OFFSET DISK
56 MELROE 403 HARROW
54 MELROE 465 HARROW
8-30FARMHAND ROWCROP CULT.
14 IHC 55 CHISEL PLOW
22 J.D. ROTARY HOE
1-IHC 770 AUTO RESET ASSEMBLY
12 IHC MTD FIELD CULT.
8 FERGUSON 3 PT. FIELD CULT
2 BOTTOM FORD MTD PLOW, nice
30 IHC VIBRASHANKASSEMBLIES
MELROE 6 BOTTOM 903 AUTO RESET PLOW
22 IHC # 65 VIBRACHISEL PLOW
2-30 QUAD TRACK TRACKS; 2-30.5 X 32RICE
2-3675E CAT TRACKS (35%); 1-900/ 60R/ 32 85%
1-620 x 42W/ RIM; 15 USED MOBILE HOME TIRES
3-12.4 X 24; 2- 14.9 x 24on 8 HOLE
2-18.4 x 34; 2-11.2 X 24on JD 8 hole rims
2-9.50 X 24SINGLE RIM S, 8 hole
2-11.28 X 28SINGLE RIBS
1-30.5 X 32RICE; 2-18.4 X 26
5-245 75R 16 on 6 bolt Chev.; 4-18.4 X 42
2- 14.9 X 38ON RIMS
ASST. 24.5 & 22.5 TRUCK TIRES & RIMS
St. Hilaire
MACHINERY AUCTION
THURSDAY, JULY 31
ST
, 2014 8:30 A.M. SHARP!!!!
LOCATION: ST. HILAIRE, MN (6 miles South of Thief River Falls on Hwy. 32)
AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Partial listing. We will accept qualified consignments through NOON WEDNESDAY. 218 ph. numbers are listed for some own-
ers. Absentee bids welcome if you cannot attend. check www.redriverron.com for late additions and pictures. MACHINERY @ 10:00
AREA FARMERS & DEALERS, Owners
TRACTORS, LOADERS TRAILERS & GRAVITY WAGONS EXCAVATOR/CATS
SKID LOADERS
HARVEST EQUIP./GRAIN
CARTS/SWATHERS
LIVESTOCK/FORAGE EQUIP.
MOWERS
VEHICLES/RECREATIONAL
TRUCKS
TIRES & TRACKS
TILLAGE
ANTIQUE FARM EQUIP.
GRAIN HANDLING/DRYERS
SPRAYING EQUIPMENT
MISC EQUIPMENT
FUEL TANKS













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LUNCH SERVED
ALL ITEMS TOBE REMOVED WITHIN 10 DAYS
TERMS: CASH OR GOOD CHECK. All sales final. All
itemssoldasis, noguaranteesor warranties. Titlestrans-
fered sale day. Nothing to be removed until settled for.
Anystatementsmade bythe owners, clerks, auctioneers,
take precedence over any and all advertising. Not
responsible for errors or omissions in the above listings.
Not responsible for accidents.
View Entire Listing Online At www.redriverron.com
(218) 686-2048
ST. HILAIRE, MN
MN LIC. #57-18



KINZE 840 GRAIN CART, 30.5 X 32 diamonds; scale
2012 GMC SLE T. 4WD REG. CAB, 28,000 miles,
warranty, ph. 523-5165
FORD 3000 GAS w/ LOADER, 1 remote, 3 pt.,
ph.- 689-8224
CASE 2470 4WD
1972 CHEV. T.S. TANDEM w/ 18 BOX, 366, 5 X 4,
95,000, ph. 201-0227
CASE DAVID BROWN 1210 DIESEL w/ LOADER,
ph. 701 520-2505
C ALLIS, not running
HOUGH 60 PAYLOADER, no brakes, weak trans.
MELROE 444 SKID LOADER, propane, 5 bucket
18 VERSATILE 400 SWATHER
J.D. 212 PU HEAD, 5 belt
IHC 810 PU HEAD
MF 1183 CORN HEAD, J.D. adapted
YAMAHA 125 DIRT BIKE
1,000 GAL NH3 WAGON
18 J.D. 580 P.T. SWATHER
N.H. 679 T.A. MANURE SPREADER, 2 beaters
J.D. 780 HYDRA PUSH T.A. MANURE SPREADER, 2
beaters
H & S 8 WHEEL P.T. V RAKE
LINDSAY 960 CONT. FLO GRAIN DRYER
8 X 50 WESTFIELD PTO AUGER
1979 IHC S.A. SEMI w/ 10 YD. S.A. BELLY DUMP
TRL., 466, 5X2, new tires, manual trip,
ph. 689-1177
7 -16 IHC 700 AUTO RESET SEMI MT. PLOW
20 J.D. 220 TANDEM DISK, new blades
1996 GMC CREW CAB DIESEL, 6.0, auto
6 X 16 BUMPER HITCH STOCK TRL.
PARKER 4000 2 DOOR GRAVITY WAGON,
16.5 X 16.1
HUSKEE 225 GRAVITY WAGON, 10 T. gear
6 x 17 RAWHIDE T.A. BUMPER HITCH HORSE TRL.
21 N.H. 109 P.T. SWATHER, new canvas, batt
1975 FORD F-750 TAG TAND CAB & CHASSIS., 391,
5X2, 169 cab to tag, 60,000 miles,
ph. 230-9775
1978 J.D. 7700, gear. drive., 23.1 x 26 ph. 378-4206
J.D. 212 5 BELT PU HEAD
J.D. 220 FLEX HEAD
28 SUMMERS ROCK FLEX DIAMOND DISK
2-14.9 X 30
2 -23.1 X 26 eight hole
150 18 AERATION TUBING
LATE ADDITIONS
Page 18 - Northern Watch
THE CLASSIFIEDS
Saturday, July 26, 2014
SHOP EQUIPMENT, LAWN GARDEN,
VEHICLES & HOUSEHOLD
AUCTION SALE
Saturday, August 2 10:30 A.M.
Located: 7 Miles East and 2 Miles South of Grafton, ND
Dean and Tami Mecham - Owners
Vehicles, Boat, Pontoon, Recreational: 2003 Chevy Z-71 4x4 Ext.
Cab 4-door pickup. 1994 1-ton, Cummins Diesel, with wrecker
unit-Challenger 4800 w.wheel lift, dual winch, telescoping boom.
Tandem axle car trailer with steel deck. 2003 Kawasaki Vulcan
Motorcycle approx. 9000 miles. 1988 Imperial 19ft. Fiberglass Boat with
Volvo Penta Drive, trolling motor & trailer. 1986 Palm Beach 25ft.
Pontoon with 70hp Mariner outboard. 4-Wheeler, Polaris 250 Trail Boss
ATV. 1996 Kawasaki KX 85. Finco 12-V Sprayer with booms. Hyd ATV
lift. 1972 Arctic Cat Panther 440,383 miles. Cargo van body. Storage
shed. Shasta 5th Wheel camper. Skid Steer, Lawn & Garden: Scat
track Skid Steer with Kabota-diesel. Craftsman 26hp Riding Mower
w/54 inch deck. Craftsman 900 Series Pull-behind 9hp Lawn
Vacuum/shredder. Bobcat M-700, needs motor installed. 74050 Walk-
behind Weed trimmer. Garden Wagon. Lawn mower cart. Dynamark
Riding mower. Pickup box trailer. Shop Equipment & Misc. Tools:
Millermatic Mig welder. Lincoln arc welder. Welding helmets & supplies.
Thermal Dynamic #75 Plasma Cutter. 20-Ton Hyd. press.
Oxy-Acetylene torch. 2 inch transfer pump. 10hp-5000 Watt generator.
4 inch Vise w/stand. Drill bit sharpener. Bench grinder. B&D Drill.
Dewalt cordless Impact, Skill Saw. Thorsen 3/4 socket set. Welding rod
heater. Steel bolt bin. 2-Propane heaters. Many other misc. hand &
elect. tools too numerous to mention. Household: Counter height
dining table with 6 chairs. Large oak dresser w/mirror. Queen size
bedroom set. Oak desk, TV stand. Air conditioner. Entertainment
center. Elec stove & microwave. Dishwasher. Large mirror. Misc.
household items: pictures, lamps, wall hangings, pots & pans, elec.
appliances. Elec. Dryer, Salon chairs, Salon style hair dryer. Barber
chair.
Askim Auction & Appraisal Service
The Auction Company Who Cares!
Hope to see you there!
Terms: Cash or check. US Funds. Nothing removed until settled for. All items sold as
is where is. All statements made sale day take precedence over written advertising.
Not responsible for errors or omissions in above listing. Not responsible for accidents.
Restrooms provided. Lunch served. All items must be removed the day of the sale
from the premises unless arrangements have been made.
Auctioneers & Clerk: Askim Auction Service
Arlyn Askim, Lic. #191 Ryan Askim, Lic. #726
Dakota Clerking Lic. #311
205 Park Street East Park River, ND 58250
For information on this auction or if you are planning an auction
please phone (701) 284-6881
Dean and Tami Mecham-Owners
Contact Dean for more information at 701-520-3912
For pictures go to: midwestauctions.com/askim
For more information please phone Harold Olson 701-331-1858
Shella 701-996-2508 (Home) 701-996-2650 (Work)
Check midwestauctions.com/askim for pictures and sale bill
For more information or if you are planning an auction
please phone 701-360-4512 or 701-284-6881
THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2014 4 P.M. THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2014 4 P.M.
Phil Er Up Storage Units, 4th St. W., Red Lake Falls, MN (Across from the water tower)
TERMS: U.S. FUNDS
Cash and U.S. funds. Nothing removed until
settled for. Settlement must be made at the con-
clusion of sale. All items sold as is. All sales
final. Not responsible for errors or omissions in
above listing.
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS.
Auction Conducted By
BID BUY BID
AUCTION SERVICE
Peter Mosbeck, Auctioneer
Lic. # MN 57-2014-003
Clerked by the Wieland Family
KEN WIELAND
OWNER
For More Information Contact Peter at (218) 964-5589
or Hank Wieland 218-253-2313
Remington 1100 12-ga
3 Magnum
American Eagle 12-ga
2 Pump
Marlin 22 Rifle Auto
with Scope
Smith & Wesson Pistol
32 Caliber
Gamo Pellet Rifle with
scope
Daisy Power Line Pellet
Rifle
CO2 Power Line Pistol
2 Cross Bows with
Bolts
Fishing Rods and
Reels
Several Full Tackle
Boxes
4 H.P. Johnson
Outboard Motor
Trolling Motor (Electric)
Dresser with Mirror
(oak)
Chest of Drawers
Oak Lighted Hutch
Kitchen Table and
Chairs
Misc. Kitchen Chairs
Rocker Recliners
Sofa
End Tables
Older Oak Chairs
Lamps
Humidifiers
Dehumidifier
Silverware
Dishes/Mugs
Fans
Clothes Hampers
Small T.V.
Electric Heaters
Card Table & Chairs
Apartment Size
Refrigerator
Hoover Vacuum
Cleaner
Pressure Cooker
2 Microwaves (one
over the stove)
Plant Stands
Floor Rugs
George Foreman Grill
Many Pictures & Wall
Hangings
Like New Rechargeable
Weed Whacker
Lawn Chairs
Coolers
2 Sets of Right Handed
Golf Clubs
Push Lawn Mower
Small 2 Wheel Yard
Cart
6 Ft. Stepladder
Extension Cords
Saws
Hammers
Rakes/Shovels
Battery Charger
Shop Vac
Dewalt 4 Angle
Grinder
Hand Sander
4 Ft. Level
Hand Wrenches
10 X 20 Carport
GUNS, BOWS,
FISHING
HOUSEHOLD OUTDOOR, LAWN
& GARDEN
LUNCH WILL BE SERVED
AUCTIONEERS NOTE
This is a partial listing as Ken has
moved into assisted living and doesnt
have room for the items he has in
the 2 storage units. Needless to say,
many boxes in the storage units
have not been opened.
There will be many surprises.
Come and check this sale out.
Date Time Owner Auctioneer
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 7 4 pm Boy Scout Auction, Warren ...................................................Mick Rapacz
Aug 9 10 am Everett Norman Estate, Roseau.............Northstar Auctioneers - Vacura
Aug 16 10:30 am Glen & Avis Iverson, Greenbush............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
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
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
Situation Wanted
Machinery
CRAFTSMAN Tank Compressor:
2HP oilless, 33 gallon, 120V 15 amp
circuit. Approx. 6 years old, very
good condition, very few hours run-
ning time. Call 218-681-7316.
F2t62p
590 SWATHER: 21 pull-type in
good condition, always shedded.
Call 218-437-8120. 1t60p
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.
F3t62p
Farm Miscellaneous
WANTED: Valmar and Gandy air
seeders, all models. Please call with
what you have. Paul, Daily Bread
Farms, 763-286-2037. 103tfc
STARLINE Barn Cleaner Chain,
240ft., used one year; Snoco bale
elevator, 130ft. with hangers. Any
reasonable offer....218-762-1611.
1t60p
Hay, Feed & Seed
Alfalfa/Timothy/Grass 5x6 round
bales, $50 each. Call evenings:
218-230-8303. F2t62p
ALFALFA ROUND BALES: NO
RAIN, $60/bale. Located 1 mile
south of Euclid, MN and 1/2 mile
east. Contact Cliff @ 218-289-0756.
P4t63p
Row Crop Tractors
(M) JD 7200R, MFWD, 446 hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . $168,500
(W) JD 7215R, IVT, 380/54 duals . . . . . . . . . . . . $181,000
(W) JD 7920, IVT, 380/50 dls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $115,000
(T) JD 8260R, IVT, 380/54 duals. . . . . . . . . . . . . $187,500
(W) JD 8310R, ILS, IVT, frt dls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $235,000
(M) JD 8345R, ILS, IVT, frt dls 380/54 . . . . . . . . $246,500
(W) JD 8360R, 380/54 dls, 380/38 dls, 357 hrs . $279,500
(T) JD 8300, MFWD, 14.9x46, duals. . . . . . . . . . . $69,500
(W) JD 7800, MFWD, PS, 6200 hrs . . . . . . . . . . . $67,500
(W) JD 6210R, MFWD, IVT, frt PTO & hitch . . . . $171,900
(W) JD 6170R, MFWD, auto quad, H360 loader . $137,000
(T) JD 4650, MFWD, 20.8x42 duals . . . . . . . . . . . $41,500
(T) CIH MXM175, MFWD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $59,500
(W) CIH MX120, MFWD, w/loader . . . . . . . . . . . . $49,900
(T) NH TL100A, w/loader, 2532 hrs . . . . . . . . . . . $36,500
(W) JD H480, loader, 108 bucket . . . . . . . . . . . . $16,500
(W) JD 3320 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $22,950
(M) NH TC24, hydro, 60 deck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,250
Harvest Equipment
www.evergreenimplement.com
Track Tractors
(W) JD 8310RT, 16 tracks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $240,000
(W) JD 8335RT, 16 tracks . . . . . . . . . .(3) From $220,000
(W) JD 8360RT, wide 16 tracks. . . . . . . . . . . . . $265,000
(W) JD 8230T, 16 tracks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $123,500
(W) JD 8430T, 16 tracks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $150,000
(T) JD 8520T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $114,500
(T) JD 8400T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $72,500
(WM) JD 9560RT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(3) From $329,000
(W) JD 9510RT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(6) From $300,000
(WT) JD 9630T, w/PTO. . . . . . . . . . . . .(3) From $227,500
(T) JD 9520T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(3) From $139,500
(TW) JD 9400T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(2) From $102,000
(T) Cat 45, 24 tracks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $47,500
Warren, MN
(218) 745-4516
Thief River Falls, MN
(218) 681-1131
Mahnomen, MN
(218) 935-2241
Beet Equip/Grain Planting
(W) Alloway RD267, 1222 Defoliator, 13 . . . . . . . $53,500
(W) Alloway 1222, Defoliator . . . . . . . . . . (2) From $8,750
(W) Amity 2700, 13, 1222 harvester . . . . . . . . . $159,900
(T) JD 1750, 8-30 planter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $24,500
(WM) JD 24-22, Planter . . . . . . . . . . . . . (7) From $47,500
(W) JD DB44, Planter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (3) From $84,500
(M) JD DB66 & DB88, Planter . . . . . . . . . . From $147,000
(W) Wil-rich PT7722, 24-22 cultivator . . . . . . . . $29,500
(WT) JD 1820, hoe drill, 1900, 45, 52. . (4) From $71,750
(T) Flexi-coil 5000, 45 air seeder . . . . . . . . . . . . . $38,500
(W) JD S680, PRWD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(3) From $341,500
(M) JD S680, PRWD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(2) From $363,500
(WMT) JD 9870 STS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(7) From $213,500
(T) JD 9770 STS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $222,500
(T) JD 9860 STS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(2) From $147,500
(TM) JD 9760 STS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(4) From $129,000
(T) JD 9750 STS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $79,000
(WT) JD 9650 Walker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(3) From $85,000
(WMT) JD 9600 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(2) From $19,500
(WMT) JD 635F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Several From $12,500
(WM) JD 640FD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(7) From $78,500
(T) JD 925F. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,000
(T) JD 930F. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(6) From $5,950
(W) JD 930R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,500
(W) JD 612C, 1222, chopping . . . . . . . .(4) From $81,500
(M) JD 643, 8-22 cornhead. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Coming In
(W) Geringhoff 1622, 16 row 22 cornhead . . . . . $77,500
(W) Harvestec 1222, 12 row 22 chopping CH. . . $47,500
(WMT) Grain Carts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Choose from (8)
(M) Feterl 1272, swing hopper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,250
(T) Farm King 1071, swing hopper . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,000
Tillage
(M) JD 2410, chisel plow, 41, 52, 55, 57 . From $42,500
(MW) JD 680, chisel plow, 41 . . . . . . . . (2) From $21,900
(W) JD 331, 27 disk. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,950
(M) Summers 40 & 54, chisel plow . . . . . . From $39,500
(T) Summers 36 & 40 disk chisel . . . . . . . . From $39,500
(M) DMI 730B, 18, 7 shank ripper . . . . . . . . . . . . $22,900
(T) CIH PTX600, 50, chisel plow . . . . . . . . . . . . . $44,500
(T) JD 2200, cultivator, 55 . . . . . . . . . . . (2) From $42,500
(W) JD 2210, cultivator, 64.5, 58.5 . . . . . . . From $55,000
(M) Bourgault 8810, 48 cultivator . . . . . . . . . . . . $27,500
(W) Summers 68 harrow. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,950
(W) Summers Super Coulter, 40 & 50 . . . . From $32,500
(W) Summers 32 & 38 Diamond disk . . . . . From $37,500
(W) Summers 60 Super Harrow Plus Coil . . . . . . $25,000
Baudette, MN
(218) 634-2231
4WD Tractors
(W) JD 9330, 710/42 duals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $195,000
(M) JD 9430 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $197,000
(T) JD 9530. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(2) From $200,000
(T) JD 9630. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $199,500
(T) JD 9200, 24 spd, 20.8x42 dls . . . . . . . . . . . . . $89,500
(W) JD 8870, 12 spd, 650/32 tires 90%. . . . . . . . $66,500
Sprayers
(WM) JD 4830 sprayer . . . . . . . . . . . . . (2) From $266,000
(T) Ag Chem 1064, 100 boom, 1000 gallon. . . . $112,500
(W) H&S Mfg 132 sprayer, duals . . . . . . . . . . . . . $49,500
(WMT) Summers PT Sprayer, 88, 90, 110, 132, 140 Call
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
Household
USED WINDOWS: Five (5) Marvin
brand double-hung windows. Call
218-686-1847. 1t60p
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.
Oak dining table (38x60 extends
to 90) with 6 padded chairs; oak TV
entertainment center (holds up to
32 TV); Thomas electric organ,
double keyboard with bench. Call
218-681-1564. 2t61p
MAYTAG dishwasher and over-
the-stove microwave: Both white
and in good condition. Call 218-681-
3951. 1t60[
BURN LESS WOOD with a Central
Boiler outdoor wood furnace.
Safe, clean and efficient. Underdahl
Hardware Hank ~ 218-874-7485
1t60c
Marvs
Vacuum Repair
Sale On New And Used
Canister & Upright Vacuums
50 Years of Service
Commercial & Household
MARVIN NELSON
218-689-3865
Missing Cat:
Snoopyhas been missing since early Friday
from Conley Ave. S. and Anne. She has serious
health issues and needs to be returned to the
Law Enforcement Center. She is chipped.
If you have any information please
call Mary at 218-689-4996.
A reward is offered for her return.
DOG BOARDING
Family atmosphere,
reasonable rates,
St. Hilaire
218-964-5397
Breeding Goldens for the family and the field
www.sharptailridge.com
Pets
FREE BASSETT HOUND to good
home: Five years old, likes children.
Call 218-294-6139. P4t63p
Pets
Tools
CEMENT MIXERS: Gas and elec-
tric, assorted sizes (Greenbush. Call
218-782-2244. 48tfe
Vehicles/Accessories
2012 Chevrolet Malibu LS: Off
lease, 59k, like new...$13,500 2002
Ford Explorer XLT 4x4: V8, 120k,
nice condition...$4,995 Nelson
Auto 218-689-1685 218-681-
8890 1t60p
2005 Mercury Montego: V6, 4-door,
premiere package, heated leather
seats, well taken care of local car,
115k miles...$6,995 2002 Chevy
Extended Cab Z71 4x4: LT pack-
age, heated leather seats, new tires,
recent new shocks, tonneau cover,
box rails and liner, 198k miles, sporty
and clean...$7,495 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
1t60c
2002 CHEVROLET Silverado LS
1500 4WD: Reg cab, heavy duty
suspension, towing pkg, 112k miles
...$7,000/obo. Call 218-317-6909..
FP4t62p
Vehicles/Accessories
1997 DODGE CARAVAN: 3.8,
remote start, 190k, new fuel-pump.
Good condition, runs great...
$900/obo, 218-686-2872. 2t61p
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.
F2t60p
Health Care
INJURED in any GM VEHICLE? If
you were injured or a loved one
killed in an accident while driving a
GM vehicle AND the air bags failed
to deploy, you may be entitled to
compensation. Call Charles H.
Johnson Law 1-800-535-5727.
Saturday, July 26, 2014
THE CLASSIFIEDS
Page 19 - Northern Watch
PRE-OWNED TRUCKs
2012 Chevy 2500HD Crew Long Box
White, 34k............................................
$
30,900
2010 Chevy Crew Cab LTZ
Black, 52k............................................
$
27,900
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
2008 Chevy Ext Cab LT
Red, 74k .............................................
$
20,900
1998 Chevy Ext Cab
Black, 141k...........................................
$
4,900
2012 Buick LaCrosse
Gold, Leather, 17k...............................
$
23,900
2014 Chevy Impala New Style
Blue Ray, 21k.......................................
$
22,900
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
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!
2012 Buick Enclave CXL AWD
Red, 51k ..............................................
$
29,500
2008 Chevy Suburban LTZ
Black, 75k............................................
$
27,900
2012 GMC Acadia SLT, AWD
Mocha, 70k..........................................
$
26,300
2009 Chevy Surburban LT
White, 99k............................................
$
25,900
2009 Buick Enclave CXL AWD
White Diamond, 52k.............................
$
25,500
2013 Buick Encore Leather FWD
Black, 9k..............................................
$
24,900
2009 GMC Acadia SLT AWD
White Diamond, 92k.............................
$
20,500
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
2007 Chevy TrailBlazer LT
White, 119k..........................................
$
10,500
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
PRE-OWNED SUVs & VANs
98 Ford Windstar GL Van
B0995A 7 Passenger, V6, Cloth......................$3,499
03 Honda Accord 4 Dr. Ex-L
B1014A Moonroof, Leather............................$5,499
10 Chev Malibu 4 Dr.
B1011A 4 Cyl., Cloth......................................$6,499
04 Chev TrailBlazer 4x4
B1005C 6 Cyl., Cloth, LT...............................$6,999
06 Kia Spectra 4 Dr.
C14184A 4 Cyl., Cloth, 77k ............................$7,799
00 Ford F350 Crew Cab 4x4
T13265A 7.3L, Diesel, 5-Speed XLT..............$7,999
09 Dodge Journey SXT
T14191A 4 Cyl., Heated Cloth, 70k..............$12,999
10 Ford Taurus Limited
C14089A Heated Leather, Navigation...........$14,999
11 Ford Fusion SE
B1019 4 Cyl., 6-Speed, Cloth, 48k................$15,999
07 Ford Edge SEL Plus
T14141A Heated Leather, New Tires ............$15,999
07 Ford F150 Super Crew
T14110B 5.4 Ltr, XLT, 100k..........................$17,999
12 Ford Fusion SEL
B1018 Moonroof, Leather, 4Cyl., 29k ..........$19,999
08 Ford F150 Super Crew 4x4
T14154A V8, Cloth XLT, 73k......................$20,999
11 Ford Escape Limited 4x4
B1010 V6, Heated Leather, Moonroof, 31k.$23,999
12 Ford Escape Limited AWD
B1015 Heated Leather, V6, Moonroof, 20k.....$25,999
10 Ford F150 Super Crew 4x4
T14188A XLT, Cloth, 38k............................$25,999
11 Chev Silverado 1500 Crew 4x4
T14107B V8, LT, Z71, Cloth, 67k ...............$25,999
13 Ford Edge AWD SEL
B1022 Cloth, V6, 29k...................................$28,499
11 Ford F150 Super Cab 4x4
T14179A 5.0 Ltr, XLT, 22k..........................$28,699
12 Ford Explorer XLT 4WD
T14183A Htd. Leather, Rear Camera, 44k...$29,999
13 Ford Explorer XLT AWD
B1021 Htd. Leather, Rear Camera, 34k .......$30,999
12 Ford F150 Super Crew 4x4
T14082A 3.5L Ecoboost, Leather, 45k.........$33,999
12 Ford F150 Super Crew 4x4
T14082ALariat, 3.5 Ecoboost, Htd Leather, 45k ..$34,999
12 Ford F150 Super Crew 4x4
T13306A 4x4, 3.5 EcoBoost, Htd. Leather ..$35,999
EXTENDED
SALES HOURS
Mon - Thurs............8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Friday......................8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday.................8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Thief River (800) 295-3673
(218) 681-2660
802 Highway 1 West
Thief River Falls
www.thiefriverfordinc.com
CURRENT PRE-OWNED INVENTORY!
2014 Escape S FWD 2.5L I4 IVCT Engine, 6-Speed Selectshift Auto
Trans, Sunset Metallic, Charcoal Black Cloth Bucket Seats, Dual Power
Mirrors, Bucket Seats-Manual 6-way, 60/40 Split Fold Rear Seat w/Re-
cline, Illuminated Entry, Tilt Steering WHL/Cruise, & Audio Controls,
6-Speed Select Shift Trans, Air Conditioning, AM/FM CD/MP3,
MyKey, Power Locks & Windows, (2) Powerpoints, Power Steering
w/EPAS, Rear View Camera, Remote Keyless Entry, SYNC, Engine
Block Heater, 17 Alloy Sparkle Silver Wheels, 3yr/36,000
Bumper/Bumper, 5yr/60,000 Powertrain, 5yr/60,000 Roadside Assist.
2014 F150 4x4 SuperCrew 5.0L V8 FFV Engine, Elec 6-Speed Auto
w/Tow Mode, A/C w/ Manual Climate Control, Cruise Control, Tilt
Wheel, Elect 4x4 Shift-On-Fly, Power Locks, Mirrors, Windows, Trailer
Sway Control, XLT Series, Power Driver Seat, Power Adjustable Pedals,
Reverse Sensing System, XLT Chrome Package, Rear View Camera, 3.55
Electronic Lock RR Axle, Engine Block Heater, Tailgate Step, 3yr/60,000
Powertrain, 5yr/60,000 Roadside Assist.
2014 ESCAPE S FWD 2014 F150 4X4 SUPERCREW
MSRP ..................................................................................
$
45,790
XLT 302.................................................................................-2,000
Ford F150 XLT Cash ...........................................................-1,500
Ford Retail Cash ..................................................................-1,500
Ford Credit Cash .................................................................-1,000
Ford Retail Trade Assistance .................................................-750
TR Ford Discount ................................................................-2,341
YOUR PRICE
$
36,699
EXTENDED
SALES HOURS
Mon - Thurs............8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Friday......................8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday.................8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Thief River
(800) 295-3673
(218) 681-2660
802 Highway 1 West
Thief River Falls
www.thiefriverfordinc.com
MSRP ..................................................................................
$
24,590
Ford SYNC & Sound Discount..............................................-490
Ford Retail Cash ..................................................................-1,000
Ford Credit Bonus ...............................................................-1,000
Ford Bonus Cash.....................................................................-500
YOUR PRICE
$
21,599
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Warranties Available!
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Need a vehicle to rent? Give us a call.
218-463-1255
Dealer #35388
Notice our new office location at
1088 3rd St NW - Roseau
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
08 Dodge Quad Cab
Black, 62k....................$20,995
13 Town & Country Van
Black, 46k....................$20,495
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 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
01 Jeep Laredo 4x4
Tan, 188k.......................$3,895
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
(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
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
For All Your Automotive Needs
Thompson
Automotive
1008 3rd St. W, TRF
684-5638
(218) 435-6379 or
(800) 448-1518
Price
Examples
GM 350
$1,315-$1,419
GM 6.5 Diesel
w/ New Block
$5,330
Ford 7.3
Powerstroke
$4,200
Allprices are with
exchange on a
rebuildable core
Automotive Industrial
Marine Agricultural
HighPerformance
Vintage Auto
Heavy-Duty Diesel
Call For Estimate!
Installation available
Fosston,MN
DONS
Machine Shop
ASE CERTIFIED REBUILDERS
ALL GAS& DIESELENGINES
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
YOU BEND EM - WE MEND EM
NORTHWEST AUTO BODY
& PROFESSIONAL AUTO DETAILING (CLEANING)
NEXT TO FLEET SUPPLY HWY. 1 & 59 WEST THIEF RIVER FALLS
WERE EQUIPPED TO
REPAIR ANYTHING FROM
FRAMES TO WINDSHIELDS
GIVE US A CALL
681-3952
FREE ESTIMATES
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
Vehicles/Accessories ATVs/Motorcycles
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
2007 HONDA SHADWO 1100cc ~
$3,500. Call 218-689-3690. P4t62p
2004 Suzuki Marauder 800:
Excellent shape...$3,500/obo. For
information, call 218-689-2465.
Campers/RVs
35 MALLARD CAMPER with air
conditioning ...$4,500. Call 218-
689-8727. 2P8t64p
1990 Toyota Warrior mini
Motorhome: 86k miles, 20+ mpg
...$4,000/obo. Call 218-689-8557.
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
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
For Sale:
Sportscraft 27 Launch
with trailer.
Priced to Sell! $4950
Can be seen at
419 Atlantic Ave. N.
218-681-1126 or 218-689-1303
Miscellaneous
TICKET ROLLS! 2,000 per roll, sin-
gle and double rolls. The Times, 324
Main Ave. N., TRF, 681-4450.
49tfe
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
85tfc
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
Full-size Billiard Table and 55 gal-
lon Salt Water Aquarium with
accessories ...$600 each. Call
Tammy @ 218-686-2855. F2t62p
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
FOR SALE ON BIDS
Oklee Football Press Box
White Tin, 2-Story 8x12
with a 6x8 first story
add-on. You move it.
Bids accepted until noon
on August 1, 2014.
Can be seen at football
field in Oklee.
Send bids to:
PO Box 100, Oklee, MN
56742 or dropped off at
the school.
Miscellaneous
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.
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
OUTDOOR FURNACES
Starting at $4,990
Call Your Local Dealer
at
(218) 686-8927
FREE on-site estimates
Vendors Wanted
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.
Want to Buy
WANTED: Old combines,
swathers, farm machinery, cars,
trucks, appliances, junk. Call 218-
686-9161 or 218-964-5189, leave
message. F75tfc
Rummage Sales
608 St. Paul Avenue South
Friday, July 25th & Saturday, July
26th, 8am-5pm. Baby items, books,
puzzles, treadmill and lots more.
2t60p
1 Mile South of TRF on Hwy 32
Friday, July 25th, 5-8pm and
Saturday, July 26th, 8am-4pm.
Many books for children, young
adults and adults; CDs, DVDs, VHS.
Clothes teen and adult, mens and
womens. Youth bike, misc. house-
hold items. 2t60p
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Saturday, July 26, 2014
Prices valid thru August 2nd
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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.
53% OFF
anniversary
70
%
OFF
advertised items up to
list prices STOREWIDE!
$
388
56% OFF $
399
98
Draco
Rocker Recliner
37.5w 37d 42h.
SKU# 7527135
Single Chair
$
224
99
2 for
mocha
coffee
built in
wine rack
& glass
storage
2 for 1
low price
chairs by the pair
all recliners & chairs
including La-Z-Boy

!
Willow
Queen Size
Rustic Bed
Chatswin
Round Side Table
20w 20d 24h. SKU# 1261963
$
69
99
each
red
teal
green
Chatham Sofa
Includes 2 solid and 2 print
accent pillows. Stocked in tan.
87w 37d 38h. SKU# 4600200
$
444
our lowest price
of the year!
56% OFF
tan
coffee
special purchase - while 200 last!
Solid pine. Includes headboard, footboard and rails.
66w 89d 58h. SKU# PPRO858
pine
black white
$
599
98
2 for
Vail
Rocker Recliner
Plush chenille in steel blue.
32w 36d 40.5h.
SKU# 1040335
Single Chair
$
314
99
Zelen 42 TV Console
42w 15d 24h. SKU# 1291042
$
86
special purchase
while 250 last!
70% OFF
fully assembled!
Kingston 5-Piece Dining
Two-tone black and walnut finish.
Table expands from 42x78 to
60x78 with leaf. Includes 4 chairs.
SKU# PLIF272
$
399
99
special purchase
while 250 last!
Anniversary
Truckload
Mattress
Sale
$
199
98
Firm Queen Set
SKU# PHARF50
60% OFF
56% OFF
Sundown
Laptop Armoire
Oak solids & veneers.
32w 16d 52.5h.
SKU# 2848123
$
449
99
31% OFF
rustic oak
espresso
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CLINIC

Mini Art Exhibit to be on display


The Mini Art Exhibit,
sponsored by the Northwest
Regional Arts Council, is
continuing its travels to
regional libraries this sum-
mer and fall.
The Traveling Mini Art
Exhibit will appear at the
Thief River Falls Public
Library now until Friday,
Sept. 5. Afterward, the
exhibit will be open to the
public at the following
libraries during regular
hours on the following dates:
Fosston Public
Library Sept. 5 to Oct. 3
Roseau Public Library
Oct. 3 to Nov. 7
Warren Godel Library
Nov. 7 to Dec. 3
The NWMACs annual
Regional Exhibit, held in
April in Middle River, pro-
vided 15 locally-made pieces
of artwork for its annual
Traveling Mini Art
Exhibition.
The Traveling Mini Art
Exhibit includes original
paintings, mosaic, drawings,
pastel, prints and clay pot-
tery, including Thief River
Falls resident Jan Osborns
adult-merit-award winning
pen and ink drawing of the
settlers cabin at Old Mill,
selected by the shows juror,
Mary Therese of Bemidji.
Subjects, including wildlife,
self-portraits and objects to
warm ones memory, are ren-
dered with design, color and
creativity.
Artists whose work was
chosen for the mini exhibi-
tion are (adult artists):
Osborn and Alberta
Johnson, both of Thief River
Falls; Mollie Rae Miller,
Roseau; Annethea Novacek,
Greenbush; Susan Neufeld,
Beltrami; and (student
artists): Samantha Kraulik,
Wannaska; Caleb
Richardson, Thief River
Falls; Kiara Anderson, St.
Hilaire; Bryan Sanchez,
Julie Ibanez and Brooke
Panzer, all of Crookston;
Brandi Lee, Halstad; Jaydn
Rosell, Climax; Elijah
Neufeld, Beltrami; and Skye
Tillotson, Ada.
CSAH 3 detour
in place
Monday
The Pennington County
State Aid Highway 3 rail-
road crossing in St. Hiliare
will be closed beginning
Monday, July 28 and a
detour will be in place until
work is completed. The
crossing is expected to be
open by the end of the week.
CSAH 3 traffic will be
detoured to Pennington
CSAH 12, Pennington
CSAH 7, and Minnesota
State Highway 32.