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[ Independent wan___tt ad__ss #25-1 is now accepting applications for the position of:  BIG STONE CITY, Kindergarten Paraprofessional (approx. 40 hours a week) ~ JOB OPEN UNTIL FILLED ~ Applications and resumes can be sent to: Dan Swartos, Supt. Big Stone City Schools 655 Walnut Street Big Stone City, SD 57216 Ph. 605-862-8108, ext. 11 daniel.swartos @, us FIRST Month&apos;s Rent FRE Apple Crest ApartmenU : :+:: ..... 508 Lyon Ave. iif !Cii:ii BIG STONE CITY, SD i Help wanted IIII DIVINE HOME CARE of Benson is hiring for a HHA and Homemaker in Ortonville. This is a part time posi- Cabin for rent. Available I immediately. All furnished. I Call 605-949-3087 1 WANTED-Experienced wood- worker, 14 hours/week, flexible hours. Call Main Street Industries, 320-325-5251 for information. 37-1 WE ARE CURRENTLY taking applications for a friendly, outgoing part-time receptionist with good com- munication skills in a fast paced den- tal office. The job includes patient scheduling, filing insurance claims, filing and answering phones. Com- puter knowledge is a must. Please send resumes: Steven G. Winther, DDS, 17 SE Second Street, Ortonville, MN 56278, Attn: Office Receptionist Position. Please no phone calls. 37-TF* tion caring for individuals in private homes. CNAs, TMAs or persons with 1+ years experience in health care are encouraged to apply. For application call Colleen at 320-843-9178 or go to 35-3* The Ortonville Public School has an immediate LABOR POSITIONS Leisure Livin 8 Apartments in Ortonville, MN opening for a Food Service Cook ,pplications are available onlin at www, ortonville.k or in the K-12 Office. Close Date for Position: October 4, 2011 Send completed applications to: Jeff Taylor, Superintendent Ortonville Public School 200 Trojan Drive Ortonville, MN 56278 We ore an equal opportunity employer, hosted by Ortonville High School Gymnastics Team Thursday, Oct. 6th 4:00-7:00 PM in the Ortonuille High School commons area during volleyball game PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT TIM KOTTKE FAMILY OF BIG STONE CITY, SD Sale items include family clothing, household items, garden produce, some tools and more. Bituminous Paving, Inc. is now accepting applications for the following positions: Laborers and CDL Drivers Salary dependent on experience. Reliable transportation is required. Benefits include health, dental, life, retirement and profit sharing. For applications please contact Bituminous Paving at (320) 273-2113 or email a resume to BP! is an EOE contractor. First Month Rent Freer Spacious 2BR apt. available now. Appliances, laundry facilities & car plug-ins. Income limits apply. Call 1-888-424.1733 or 320-815-7114 or TDD #1-800-877-1113 Visit our website at lig Stone Apartments is an Equal Housin, Provider & Employer, 1-2 Bedroom Apartments Garages Available Newly Remodeled Brand New Appliances c.u 605-881-5420 LOOKING FOR A PART-tiME POSItiON? Prairie Five Transportation Program is looking for a part-time driver in the Ortonville area for their transit program. Commercial Drivers License (CDL) required with training provided. Drug testing, background check are required and will be paid for by the RIDES Program. Call with quesitons and/or for an application to 800.292.5437. APPLICATIONS AND RESUMES ARE DUE BY 4:30 P.M, ON MONDA Y, OCTOBER 10, 2011 Please send to: Prairie Five CAC, Inc., PO Box 159, Montevideo, MN 56265-0159 EOEIANADA Now Hiring! Sy#er#y Solutions Are you looking for an opportunity to work for a great company? Synergy Solutions may be just what you're looking foil We are currently looking for people with great attitudes to work in our contact center in Milbank, SD as Inbound Customer Service Representatives Successful Customer Service Representatives must be professional and courteous, demonstrating the following characteristics and skills: Excellent verbal and written communication skills Quick and accurate data entry skills Basic computer skills Type at least 25 words per minute Great attitude Excellent attendance Previous call center experience a plus Must pass a background check and a UA drug test Our part time employees enjoy 401K with no waiting period, paid time off after six months of employment, and holiday pay after one year of employment! Our full time employees enjoy the following benefits after six months of employment: Medical Dental Life and AD&D If you want to be part of a highly motivated team, apply in person now! Interviews may be offered on the spot to qualified candidates. 107 Flynn Dr. Suite 300 Milbank, SD 57252 Phone: 605-432-6884 Fax" 605-432-9404 MORE SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS OWNERS Tuesday, Sept. 27', 2011  on It m-Cx! Spacious 2BR Apartment. New Carpet and New Inlay. N Appliances, Laundry G/ Facilities and Car Plug-lns. -- Income limits apply. .',..,,'w, Call 320-815-7114 1-888-424-1733 or TDD #1-81)1)-877-1113 Visit our website at www.lindencorp,com Anple Crest Apartments is an ,,EquafHousing Provider & Employer j Librarian's C()rner By Vicki Grimli The Ortonville Public Library is open Monday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friday 12-5 p.m. and Saturday 10-3 p.m. The book club will be meeting at 7 p.m. at the library to discuss the book "May Day" by Jess Lourey. Come and see what the others who read it thought of the book. We will also have the next book available for you to pickup. Refreshments will also be served. The children's story time will also be starting on Oct. 6 after school at 3:30 p.m.. This is open to all children preschool through second or third grade. Stories and a craft will be done. New in Romance is Emilie Richards' "Sunset Bridge". Five very different women-Tracy, a former socialite who has discovered that she's pregnant; Wanda, a waitress turned pie shop owner; Janya, a young Indian wife dealing with an arranged marriage; Alice, a widow raising her tween granddaughter; and Maggie, a former Miami cop-find love and friendship on the barrier island of Happiness Key. Also new is Karen Robards' "Justice". Taking a job with a prestigious D.C. law firm after Southern Minnesota Beet Sugar Cooperative in Renville is accepting ap- plications for entry level positions in the factory. Schedule requires working a 12-hour rotating shift. Shifts work 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. Employees work 36 hours one week and 48 hours the second week, which includes two weekends each month. Employment is expected to last through March 2012, Three ways to apply (1) stop by the security office located at 83550 County Road 21, Renville; (2) apply online at (select the employment link); or (3) contact Carol at 320-329-4146. ,,,L. Hourly Rate $13.08 - $15.11 < IIIIIs + , .... Your Job Search Ends Here With a job that: ,/ Pays enough so that you can stop working two minimum wage jobs. ,/ Rewards you for your contributions to a successful team. # Provides a solid benefits package "just in case." v" Enables you to spend time with family at night and on weekends. / Can lead to additional growth and provide development opportunities. People]ust like you work here. Work.Life.Balance For information on specific roles, locations and schedules log onto: Activity Assistant Temporary Part.Time and Casual Positions MADISON LUTHERAN HOME 900 2nd Ave., Madison, MN 56256 + Applications being accepted for activity assistants. Hours are part-time and casual. Responsibilities include assisting with group and individual activities, outings, paperwork and planning musical accompaniments for weekly groups. Requirements: piano experience preferred; computer skills and good communication skills. Applications available at or at Madison Lutheran Home, 320-598-7536. EEOC I I I I OF NURSING DIRECTOR Madison Hospital, Madison, MN is currently accepting applications for Director of Nursing. We are looking for a dynamic and compassionate RN with a solid combination of clinical, organiza- tional and interpersonal skills. The Director of Nursing is responsible for the patient population, maintains reg- ulatory compliance, plans, organizes, directs, coordinates, and provides direction, support and guidance to nurses and other staff. The Director's role includes: strategic planning, maintain- ing and monitoring quality patient satisfaction, annual business planning (including budgeting, staffing, marketing and new ser- vice identification, organization and introduction), operational efficiency, identification of data needs, and coordination of inter- action with other divisions, contracted and consulting services. This caring, rural health care complex includes a hospital and clinic with an outstanding nursing and medical staff with exten- sive experience, team work and respect. Must have Minnesota RN license. Bachelor's degree recommended and/or 5-10 years of nursing in hospital. Management experience a plus. Benefits include health, dental, vision, life, AD&D, STD, Flex spending and retirement. Send cover letter and resume to B. Sabin at Madison Hospital, 900 2nd Ave., Madison, MN 56256, phone 320-598-7536, apply online at or e-mail EOE II I INDEPENDENT witnessing the murder of the first lady, attorney Jessica Ford investigates a high-profile rape victim's suspicious recant on the stand, a situation that is complicated by the disappearance of Jessica's predeccor. The book club will be meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. at the library to review the book "May Day" by Jess Lourey. Refreshments will be served. Come and meet the rest of the group who have read the book and see what they think of it. The book for the month of October is a non-fiction book called "Kabul Beauty School: An American Woman Goes Behind the Veil" by Deborah Rodriguez. Books will be available the first week of October to pick up. In 2002, just months after the Taliban had been driven out of Afghanistan, Rodriguez, a hairdresser from Holland, MI, joined a small nongovernmental aid organization on a mission to the war-torn nation. That visit changed her life. In Kabul, she chronicles her efforts to help establish the country's first modern beauty school and training salon; along with music and kite-flying, hairdressing had been banned under the previous regime. This memoir offers a glimpse into a world Westerners seldom see-life behind the veil. Rodriguez was entranced with the delightful personalities that emerged when her students removed their burqas behind closed doors, but her book is also a tale of empowerment-both for her and the women. In a city with no mail service, she went door-to-door to recruit students from clandestine beauty shops, and there were constant efforts to shut her down. She had to convince Afghan men to work side by side with her to unpack cartons of supplies donated from the U.S. The students, however, are the heroines of this memoir. Women denied education and seldom allowed to leave their homes found they were able to support themselves and their families. Rodriguez's experiences will delight readers as she recounts such tales as two friends acting as parents and negotiating a dowry for her marriage to an Afghan man or her students puzzling over a donation of a carton of thongs. Most of all, they will share her admiration for Afghan women's survival and triumph in chaotic times. 3 bedroom home in Odessa with three-car garage and basement. Main floor bathroom, dining room, family room, forced air furnace and central air. Large shaded back yard, deck and patio. Seller open to financing options such as contract for deed. Offered at $78,S00f TIM GIESE, REALTOR 00TJo0000Seoo00 320-305-097g i PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE It all starts with Newspapers I Page 9 '; j