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Independent want ads Lost&Found ] MISSING DOG-Female white ter- rier with black eyes and black belly, pink collar. Missing since Friday, Aug. 12 from two miles north of Odessa. Very friendly. Call 273-2155 or 320-305-1115. 31-1 at Lal00eshore! Great FIRST Month's Rent FREE! Apple Crest Apartments .::. 508 Lyon Ave.  BIG STONE CITY, SD Spad0us 2BR Apartment. New Carpet aml New Inlay. Appliances, Laundry Facilities and Car Phg-Ins. Income limits apply. "="'"' Call 320-815-7114 1-888-424-1733 or TDD #1-800-877-1113 Visit our website at www.lindencorp.eom E ADDle Crest Apartments is an quafIousing Provider & Employer  STONE LAKE= AREA REALTY Rcdden oa the Ratm- G=vtl biorefining @ Ortonville Area Health Services [I Patient Care Coordinator OAHS seeks a Patient Care Coordinator to help with patient regis- tration functions, receptionist duties, receipt entry and general office duties. Hours will be full-time, typically Monday-Friday with its share of the Saturday rotation, and will qualify for our full benefits package. For consideration, please submit a completed resume with cover leter and/or an OAHS application to: Ortonville Area Health Services Attn: Human Resources 450 Eastvold Ave. Ortonville, MN 56278 kim. mccrea @oahs. us Phone: Liz, (320) 839-4046 OAHS is an EOE FOR RENT United Hardware in Milbank, SD is accepting applications for the following positions: NIGHT SHIFT BULK ORDER FILLING CLERKS AND SHIPPING CLERKS Duties include processing and loading orders for shipment to customers. Jobs are physical labor and require the ability to be able to lift 70-100 pounds on a regular baiss. Shift is Sunday through Wednesday, 6:00 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. Starting wage is $10.70 plus differentials. United Hardware offers a complete competitive benefit package to include: Medical and dental insurance Company provided pension and 401k Vacation and personal holidays Short-term disability, long-term disability, term life insurance Prior applicants need to call and confirm if still interested. Applications are available at: United Hardware , 1102 W. Milbank, Ave. Milbank, SD 57252 605-432-9231 or 1-800-322-2247 EOE Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2011 Meetings / AA MEETINGS every M6nday, 8:30 a.m.; 40( Sisseton, Big Stone City, SD and every Tuesday, 8 p.m., Ortonville Senior Center, 200 Mon- roe Ave. (use side entrance). 25-TF* ALANON MEETINGS every Tuesday, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Ortonville '.Senior Citizen Center (use side entrance). Friends and family of alco- h01jcs are invited. 32-TF* Cards of Thanks II CARD OF THANKS Our heartfelt thanks go out to our family, friends and neighbors for all of your prayers, cards and letters, gifts, phone calls and visits during the past Couple of years. Thanks also to al! of the medical professionals for their wonderful care and support. 'Pastor Ragan, thank you for making the trip to the Twin Cities last fall and for your prayers and comforting words. A big thank you goes out to our good neighbors for watching the farm and feeding the cats. Thank you does not say enough when it comes to our family and everything they have done for us and continue to do. You made sure we had the best medical ever we needed you. Thank you to all I ' help available and were there when- ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA I and God bless. For details call Galen at | 31 1 Darlene and Charlene Salverson k320-808-441600 Woodland Cabinetry in Sisseton, SD is seeking a STRAIGHT TRUCK DRIVER Must have "Class A" CDL, current medical and one year experience. $0.34/mile and 1500 miles/week. Call 605-698-4300, ask for Matt. Medical R00EGISTERE00D NURSE Milbank Area Hospital Avera seeks a PRN Registered Nurse for 12-hour rotating day/night shifts as needed Must be a graduate of a CCNE or NLN school of Nursing, with a Bachelor's / degree in nursing preferred, SD or " mu t-state RN cense and CPR '. ;,,v:': certification required, with ACLS, TNCC and NRP certification preferred. " MIIbank Area Hospital Avera offers competitive compensation, benefits and professional growth opportunities in a caring working environment. Only written or online applications will be considered. Please reference Req. #I 100784 when applying. Applications accepted until position is filled Milbank Area Hospital Avera Human Resources phone: (605) 4324538 fax: (605) 432-5412 www.AveraJebs.org Milb .a00Area Hospital A00eI00W CARD OF THANKS The family of Idella Ross would like to thank everyone for the food, flowers, cards, phone calls, visits and memorials. Thank you to the staff of Northridge Residence for the wonder- ful care. A special thank you to Pastor Ragan for the many visits and encouraging words during this diffi- cult time. Thank you to the Larson Funeral Home for their help and kindness. Thank you to Linda Krogsrud, soloist, and Tonya Barn- hardt, organist, and the ladies of Zion for serving lunch after the services. Your kindness and compassion will not be forgotten. Rod and Char Grossman and Families, .: Dave and Jackie Ross and Families 31-1 Cards of Two bedroom apts. in well maintained building. Near hospital and pool. (No dogs) One year lease. First Month Rent-S29 Garage Available To Rent. Call 320-839-4250 i'! CARD OF THANKS :: Thank you to the hard working gardeners for bringing in their veg- ables fo"the i'g'tl 'rise: The laties hd gentlemen =6f'tle'high fi'sehre who benefit from these blessings. 31-1 Charles L. Dawald CARD OF THANKS Thank you to everyone who has sent cards and well wishes to me since the diagnosis of my cancer. I would like to thank those individuals and businesses who helped organize ] What you need to know about estate taxes By Liz Beckman of Minnesota Society of .Certified Public Accountants (MNCPA) If you are handling the disposition of an estate, you are probably already aware that there was an unexpected reprieve from taxes on the estates of those who died in 2010. But if you're involved in future estate planning for a loved one or yourself, it's important to know that high estate tax rates have come back in force this year and beyond. The Minnesota Society of CPAs (MNCPA) offers a rundown on some of the complexities of estate tax issues. A one-year hiatus Congress allowed the federal estate tax law to expire for 2010, meaning no taxes were due on the estates of anyone who died in 2010. That was good news for the families of numer- ous famous people--including New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner--but it also meant many families at the more modest end of the income scale did not have to deal with estate taxes. In addition, the executors of estates of those who died last year did not have to file a tax return for the dece- dent's estate with the Internal Revenue Service. Are you aware of all the assets that are part of your estate? Many individuals do not understand what kinds of assets make up their estates. Many people have a miscon- ception that their estate consists sole- ly of cash in their bank account. They may be in for an unpleasant surprise, however, if they don't consider the current value of all the assets in their estate. A parent who did not have a lot of cash on hand may have owned a home that has increased substantially in value over the years, especially if it's located in an area with high or ris- ing property values. Add in the value of a retirement account savings or other assets and the total may quickly jump to more than $5 million. That may also be the case with a small business that family members built from scratch into a thriving enterprise, especially if the company owns valu- able property or equipment. In addi- tion, while an estate may not be sub- ject to a Federal estate tax, the estate's executor may still have to pay an estate tax at the state level, depending upon the appropriate state's laws. Your CPA can help you in the accounting and valuation of your estate to determine whether your situ- ation calls for undertaking some tax- savvy estate planning for both Federal and state purposes. The tax burden returns On Dec. 17, 2010, President Obama signed into law the "Tax Relief Act of 2010." In this bill, Congress reinstated the estate tax for decedents dying after Dec. 3 I, 2009. The new rules are only temporary and will sunset on Dec. 31, 2012. Executors of deceased taxpayers must pay taxes on an estate over $5 million (there are considerations for surviving spouses, which should be discussed with your CPA). The estate tax will be based on the new 35 percent top rate. In light of the rules that were in effect prior to the "Tax Relief Act of 2010," Congress afforded executors of decedents dying after Dec. 31, 2009 and before Jan. 1,201 I--such as the Steinbrenner Estate--the option to elect to not come under this newly revived estate tax. In this case, the estate would pay no estate tax as originally described above, but bene- ficiaries would be subject to the mod- ified carryover basis rules. A CPA can help Estate taxes are complicated, so it's wise to consult with a CPA about 'long-term estate plans. Turn to your CPA with all your questions about estate tax planning or any other finan- cial concern. The Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants (MNCPA) serves the public interest by advancing the highest standards of ethics and practice within the CPA profession. MNCPA delivers on that promise by offering extensive continuing pro- fessional education and resources; advocating for members and the public with regulatory agen- cies and boards; and reentering and encouraging the CPAs and business leaders of tomorrow. Founded in 1904, MNCPA's 9,400 members work in public accounting, business and industry, government and education. To locate a CPA, visit www.mnepa.org/referral. I Rep. Falk column The news that Lac Qui Parle County in Western Minnesota has the state's healthiest residents is pleasing, but no't surprising. I am proud to ;'tepreser/t such a strong county in the Minnesota House of Representatives. The study across Minnesota's 87 counties was conducted by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. It measured the rate of residents who died before age 75, the percentage of residents who self- reported their health as fair or poor, how many days residents reported being in poor physical health and poor mental health, and the rate of low- birthweight infants. Minnesotans as a whole are active and engaged. I am pleased that our part of the state is the best among the best. As always, on these issues and the any others confronting us this legislative session, I'd appreciate your input. You can reach me by phone at 65 1-296-4228 or email at rep .andrew.falk@ house.ran. thebenefit frmeandmy famiy II" t"ot' In everything from the preparation and serving of the food, organizing the [ride endent Ads 13e cod silent and live auctions, the Christian worship message and allofthe gener- (You re reading this one aren t 7?) ous donations. Thank you to the com- munities for supporting us at the ben- .................................... efit. The evening was great and very ! overwhelming, to see how the sur- rounding communities rally and sup- port someone in need. I apologize if I If yOU re wasn t able to greet you that evening, but I did my best. Once again, thank happy and you you from our family to yours. May God richly bless you for blessing us. Tim, Jody, Kaitlyn 31-1 and Noah Kottke CARD OF THANKS ' We would like to extend our thanks to all who took part in Adam's Ride on Saturday, Aug. 12. Thank you to the business who made the lunch available, the volunteers who helped throughout the day, National Recruiter for the obstacle course and to all who came out to ride, walk or have lunch. The success we had would not have happened without you. Adam is going to truly enjoy that bike. Keep on riding Adam! 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