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Public notices NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the mortgage foreclosure sale because of the default in that certain mortgage dated March 3, 2008, executed by James M. Larson, a married person, and Angelia J. Larson, a married person, as Mortgagors, to First Bank & Trust, as Mortgagee, filed with the Big Stone County Recorder on March 12, 2008, as Document No. 164002, has been postponed pursuant to Minn. Stat. 580.07. The legal description of the property located in Big Stone County, Minnesota, is as follows: Lots One (1) and Two (2), Block Nine (9), Original Plat to the City of Ortonville. The real property's street address is: 349 NW 2nd St, Ortonville, Minnesota 56278. The real property's identification number is: 22-0152-000. That the Sheriff's Sale had originally been scheduled for March 11, 2010, at 10:00 o'clock a.m. and was postponed to March 25, 2010, at 10:00 o'clock a.m. THAT THE PROPERTY WILL NOW BE SOLD BY THE SHERIFF OF BIG STONE COUNTY AT. PUBLIC AUCTION ON THE 22nd DAY OF APRIL, 2010, AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A.M., AT THE BIG STONE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE, 20 S.E. SECOND STREET, IN THE CITY OF ORTONVILLE, STATE OF MINNESOTA, to pay the debt then secured by said mortgage and taxes, if any, on said premises and the costs and disbursements allowed by law, subject to redemption by the mortgagors, their personal representatives or assigns within six (6) months from date of sale. TIME AND DATE TO VACATE PROPERTY: ' If the real estate i an owner-occupied, single-family dwelling, unless otherwise provided by law, the date on or before which the mortgagor must vacate the property if the mortgage is not reinstated under Section 580.30 or the property is not redeemed under Section 58.0.23 is 11:59 p.m. on October 22, 2010. Dated this 22nd day of March, 2010. Jeff C. Braegelmann #174701 GISLASON & HUNTER LLP Attorneys for First Bank & Trust 2700 South Broadway P. O. Box 458 New UIm, MN 56073-0458 Phone: 507-354-3111 Fax: 507-354-8447 (March 30, 2010) I MCCL thoughts for hfe I By Carol Karels Disappointment with our politicians this last week is the mildest word I can use and now what, la la la life goes on? I don't think so. Some friends in Canada said a few months ago that they have been watching with interest the politics in our country, You know Canada is NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE Date: January 25, 2010 YOU ARE NOTIFIED THAT: 1, Default has occurred in the conditions of the Mortgage dated December 22, 2005, executed by Kristin Presthodt Johnshoy and Paul A. Johnshoy, wife and husband, to CenBank and recorded on December 28, 2005 as Document Number 160398 in the Office of the County Recorder Of Big Stone County, Minnesota. 2. The Mortgage has been assigned as follows: N/A 3. The original principal amount secured by the Mortgage was: $88,000. 4. No action or proceeding at law is now pending to recover the debt secured by the Mortgage, or any part thereof. 5. The holder of the Mortgage has complied with all conditions precedent to acceleration of the debt secured by the Mortgage and foreclosure of the Mortgage, and all notice and other requirements of applicable statutes. 6. At the date of this notice the "amount due on the Mortgage, and taxes, if any, paid by the holder of the Mortgage is: Eight-five Thousand One Hundred Sixty-six and 16/100ths Dollars ($85,166.16). 7. Pursuant to the power of sale in the Mortgage, the Mortgage will be foreclosed, and the land described as follows: Lot Three (3) and a one-sixth (1/6) interest in Lot Seven (7) of Subdivison of Sublot A of Outlot Four (4) of Government Lot One (1), Section Nineteen (19), Township One Hundred Twenty-two (t 22) North, Range Forty-six (46) West of the 5th P.M., TOGETHER with and pursuant to the terms, conditions and restrictions contained on the plat of said subdivision, recorded in the office of the County Recorder, Big Stone County, Minnesota in Book 4 of Plats, 317, on July 13, 1981. will be sold by the County Sheriff of Big Stone County, Minnesota, at public auction on May 20, 2010, 10:00 a.m. at the Big Stone County Sheriff's Office, Courthouse, 20 SE 2nd St., Ortonville, MN. 8. The time allowed by law for redemption by Mortgagor or Mortgagor's personal representatives or assigns is six (6) months after the date of sale. THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY THE MORTGAGOR, THE MORTGAGOR'S PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES OR ASSIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED TO FIVE WEEKS IF A JUDICIAL ORDER IS ENTERED UNDER MINNESOTA STATUTES, SECTION 582.032, DETERMINING, AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THE MORTGAGED. PREMISES ARE IMPROVED WITH A RESIDENTIAL DWELLING OF LESS THAN FIVE UNITS, ARE NOT PROPRTY USED IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, AND ARE ABANDONED. The real property's street address is: 37172 Lagoona Beach Rd. SW, Ortonville, MN 56278. The real propery's identification number is: 04-0173-000 Socialist and has a health plan. Mortgage originator, servicer, lender Information was sent to a church in . is: CenBank. THIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A Calgary, Alberta, Kings Glory Fellowship, that their charitable status was revcrked based in part because certain board members have spoken out against abortion and other moral issues. The agent wrote that negative views on abortion, homosexuality, divorce, etc. may be viewed as political and a registered charity may only engage in non-partisan political activities. What happened to moral issues? The government has taken over and it is happening here too.. United SLates" Census 2010 DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION. MORTGAGEE OR ASSIGNEE OF MORTGAGE: CENBANK Attorney for Mortgagee or Assignee of Mortgage: David C. McLaughlin Fluegel, Anderson McLaughlin & Brutlag, Chartered Attorneys at Law 25 2nd St. NW, Suite 102 Ortonville, MN 56278 (320) 839-2549 Box 527 Morris, MN 56267-0527 (320) 589-4151 (March 30, April 6, 13, 20, 27 & May 4, 2010) Farmers Cooperative Elevator Company of Bellingham ANNUAL MEETING Notice is hereby given of the Annual Meeting of the Farmers Cooperative Elevator Company of Bellingham, Minnesoa to be held at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 8, 2010 at. the Bellingham Village Hall. The purpose of the meeting shall be to: Elect directors Report of Audit Transact 0ny other business that may properly come before the meeting Hand out dividend checks Door prizes will be given away Entertainment Lunch will be served The Board .of Directors r ANNUAL MEETING Mound Cemetery Association's annual meeting will be held Monday, April 12, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. in the lower level of the dialysis building. Officers for 2010 will be elected and all lot owners are welcome to attend. Gloria Amdt, Secretary Mound Cemetery Association ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA Toxic toy testing offered at Earthrise Farms Toxic toy testing .will be available at Earthrise Farms near Madison on Tuesday, April 6, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. Many children's products have recently been recalled due to toxic chemicals, such as lead and cadmium being detected in children's jewelry and toys. Everyone is encouraged to bring these items for testing at the Healthy Home Presentation. Items to bring include children's jewelry, vinyl toys such as bath hooks and rubber ducks, painted wooden toys, or any item you would like tested. Please limit four items per person. The testing is being conducted by Clean Water Action as a part of the Healthy Legacy Coalition. Earthrise Farms is located at 2580 250th Street, Madison. For more information, contact Julie Jansen at 320-523-1895 or jj ansen@ KINDERGARTEN AND FIRST GRADE .GIRL SCOUT DAISIES completed several projects as they earned their learning petal for "considerate and caring". The girls decorated a banner to be displayed when the sol- diers return, made Easter place setting favors for the Senior Citizens Center and tied a fleece blanket which was donated to Birthright. Pictured in front from left to right are ]ia Cloos, Isabella Davis, McKenzie Huebner, Taylor Ross, Naomi Sherod, Tene) ildung and Keely Foley. In back left to right are Melissa Wellendorf, Lynette Wellendorf (Daisy leader) aJ :elly Erickson. Not pictured are Brooke Jorgenson and Paige Seidell. Rural MN coalition awarded federal broadband grant The United States Department of Commerce today announced that the Blandin Foundation and 19 coalition partners have been awarded a $4.7 mil- lion federal Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) grant on behalf of rural Minnesota commu- nities. BTOP is one of the stimulus grant programs of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and is adminis- tered through the National Telecom- munications and Information Administration. Through this grant, the Minnesota Intelligent Rural Communities coali- tion will bring a network of rezources and support to rural Minnesota indi- viduals and communities-especially those unemployed and seeking em- ployment, small businesses, coalitions of government entities, and local lead- ers. "Vital rural economies demand con- nected rural communities," said Blandin Foundation president Jim Hoolihan. The Blandin Foundation will administer this grant on behalf of the initiative partners ."And right now there is a significant--almost 20 percent--gap between rural and urban home broad- band adoption rates. "In this incredibly fast-paced world of the Internet, one thing is clear: com- munities that invest in broadband con- nectivity, a robust knowledge workforce, digital inclusion, innova- tion and marketing, and advocacy will harness the power of the Internet and overcome barriers of distance. That's the goal, and the critical work, of this statewide coalition." The BTOP grant will be used to leverage resources of coalition partners to extend small business technical as- sistance and training, expand hours for access to workforce centers, distribute refurbished computers, train individu- als and business, create courses for knowledge workers, bring to Min- nesota an online network of care for mental health workers, etc. Eleven demonstration communities throughout rural Minnesota also will receive up to $100,000 each to develop and demonstrate broadband projects through the grant. These "demonstra- tion communities" are Benton County, Cook County, Grand Rapids/Itasca County, Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, Stevens County, Upper Minnesota Val- ley region, Thief" River Falls, Will- mar/Kandiyohi County, Winona, Windom and Worthington. Blandin Foundation submitted in August 2009 the application for federal broadband stimulus funding on behalf of University of Minnesota Extension Center for Community Vitality, Min: nesota State Colleges and Universities, University of Minnesota Crookston, Association of Minnesota Counties and their national counterpart, Network of Care Mental Health, Intelligent Com- munity Forum, Minnesota Renewable Energy Marketplace, Minnesota De- partment of Economic Development Workforce Centers, PCs for People and Minnesota's nine Regional Develop- ment Commissions. Total cost of the coalition's proposed projects is estimated at more than $6 million. Minnesota Intelligent Rural Communities coalition members will contribute $1.3 million in resources as match toward the effort. Things forgotten+simple lapse or serious problem Chances are you'v e walked into a room and forgotten why you went there and misplaced your keys or eyeglasses at least a few times. Many people worry about these memory lapses. They fear they're heading toward a se- rious condition like Alzheimer's dis- ease, an irreversible brain illness. Occasional forgetfulness is a normal part of life that becomes more common as we grow older. In most cases, it's no cause for alarm unless it begins to ham- per daily activities. Forgetting where you left the car keys is one thing; for- getting what they do is quite another. + Over the past few years, scientists have learned a lot about memory and why some memory problems are seri- ous but others are not. As we age, changes occur throughout the body, in- cluding the brain. As a result, you may begin to notice that it takes longer to learn new things. Perhaps you can't re- member information as well as before, or you may misplace things. These memory lapses may be signs of normal aging but if increasing forgetfulness begins to worry you, it's a good idea to check with your doctor. If a medical problem exists, it's best to start treat- ment as early as possible. No matter what your age, several underlying causes can bring about memory problems. Forgetfulness can arise from stress, depression, lack of, sleep or thyroid problems. Other causes include side effects from certain medicines, an unhealthy diet or not having enough fluids in your body (de- hydration). Taking care of these un- derlying causes may help resolve your memory problems. For some older people, though, episodes of memory loss may be a sign of a more serious problem called de- mentia. Two of the most common forms of dementia in older people are Alzheimer's disease and multi-infarct dementia (or vascular dementia). In Ahheimer's disease, memory loss begins slowly and gets worse over time. People with Alzheimer's disease have trouble thinking clearly. They find it hard to do everyday things like shopping, driving, cooking or having a conversation. Medications can help during the early or middle stages. As the illness progresses, though, patients may need someone to take care of all their needs (like feeding and bathing) I MANUFACTURER'S COUPON I New Technology Makes Notebook Computenl Portable & Affordable FfMUI.S SlqClFIC&TI0m Re W'mdows Powered System > Loaded**thSo,a 9 I- Emil&lntemetReady > Wt-Wr k' I : U.ittu/ > 2.0GBhardddve Browse llw Web > 128MBoI RAM NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS TO THE SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA WORKFORCE COUNCIL The Southwest Minnesota Workforce Council is accepting nominations for a Big Stone County Private Sector Representative on the Council. Further information on the Workforce Council or to obtain a nomination form please contact the Southwest Minnesota Private Industry Council Administrative Office, 607 West Main Street, Marshall, MN 56258, (507) 537-6987. Nominations must be received by June 10, 2010. blood pressure can lower your chances of getting this illness. See your doctor if you're concerned that you or someone you know has a memory problem. Your doctor may be able to diagnose the problem or refer you to an expert who specializes in memory problems. Forgetfulness: When To Seek Help: People who have a sudden loss of memory or become very confused should get medical help right away. Make an appointment to see a doctor if you notice these symptoms: Asking the same question or re- peating the same story over and over. Becoming lost in familiar places. Not being able to follow directions. Getting confused about time, peo- ple and places. Not taking care of yourself such as eating poorly, not bathing or being un- safe. Having memory or concentration problems that concern you. If you would like more information on "Things Forgotten - Simple Lapse or Serious Problem?" feel free to con- tact Gail Gilman-Waldner, Program Development and Coordination - Min- nesota River Area Agency on Aging, Inc. and Professor Emeritus - Univer- sity of Minnesota at 507-389-8869 at home or in a nursing home. Vascular dementia also causes seri- ous memory problems. Unlike Ahheimer's disease, the signs of vas- cular dementia may appear suddenly. This is because the memory loss and confusion are caused by small strokes or changes in the blood supply to the brain. Further strokes can make the sit- uation worse. Taking care of your high Court report II (Week of March 19, 2010) BIG STONE CO. SHERIFF GartK Hi, milton -hirdd0il, ,,+ +.+ . Dumont, Issue Dishonored Check, Fined $85. Douglas Harold Arens, Barry, Liquor-Hours and Days Of Sale, Fined $285, Local Confinement Stay five days for one year. 0 u Drink ASSESSMENT NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Local Board of Appeal and Equalization or Open Book meeting of the following townships and cities will be held for reviewing and correcting the assessment for 2010. All persons considering themselves aggrieved by said assessment or who wish to complain that the property of another is assessed too low are hereby notified to appeal at said meeting and show cause for havifig such assessment corrected. No com- plaints that another is assessed too low will be acted upon until the person so assessed, or his agent, shall have been notified of such complaint. AKRON TOWNSHIP Monday, April 5, 2010 - 2"30 pan. Akron Town Hall, Correll ALMOND TOWNSHIP Monday, April 5, 2010 - 9.4)0 aan. Memorial Building, Clinton ARTICHOKE TOWNSHIP Monday, April 5, 2010 - 1"30 pan. Akron Town Hall, Correll BIG STONE TOWNSHIP Thursday, April 1, 2010 = 2"30 pan. Commissioner Room, Courthouse, Ortonville BROWNS VALLEY TOWNSHIP Thursday, April 1,2010 - 10"30 aan. Conference Room, Buffalo Ridge Bank, Beardsley FOSTER TOWNSHIP Thursday, April 1, 2010 - 9.4)0 aan. Foster Town Hall ODESSA TOWNSHIP Thursday, April 1,2010 - 3"30 pan. Commissioner Room, Courthouse, Ortonville OTREY TOWNSHIP Monday, April 5, 2010 - 10"30 aan. Otrey Town Hall PRIOR TOWNSHIP Thursday, April 1, 2010 - 1.4)0 pan. Prior Town Hall GRACEylLLE, MALTA, MOONSHINE, ORTONVILLE AND TOQUA TOWNSHIPS AND THE CITIES. OF BARRY, BEARDSLEY, CLINTON, CORRELL, GRACEVILLE, JOHNSON AND ODESSA OPEN BOOK MEETING FOR THESE JURISDICTIONS AT THE COUNTY ASSESSOR'S OFFICE COURTHOUSE, ORTONVILLE Tuesday April 6, 2010 and wednesday, April 7, 2010 8.'00 to 4"30 each day CITY OF ORTONVILLE Monday, April 5, 2010 -- 5.'00 pan. Commissioner Room, Courthouse, Ortonville Page 6b 00INDEPENDENT . Tuesday, March 30, 2010