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Get up to .53,000 in discountr~ '37.2 cubic feet of cargo roan1 Best in class Enmt & rear hip. room Best in clas~; front shoulder room Dual stage ddvez and front passenger frontal and side impact alr ~rgs 100,000 mile/S year (transferable powertlratn limited Warranty) Malibu LT ,Over 500 miles on a single tank of gas ,~ rtoo Cllsh .Refined & dsss~ interior TZ morons pov~ain lir~ited Warranty) DEADLINE Friday Noon email: Phone 320-839-6163 Fax 320-839-3761 mail@ortonvilleindependent.com M For Sale ] MForrent ] FOR SALE-Car stereo sales and installation, 320-815-7918. 35-TF APARTMENT FOR RENT- Downtown Ortonville. Call Paul, 605-432-5542, evenings 605-432- 5058. Available Dec. 1st. 43-TF* ATV Sale GOOD THROUGH DEC. 31ST 2009 550 EFI 4x4 MSRP $7,300 Only $5,700 2009 366 4x4 MSRP $6,490 Only $4,500 2010 450 EFI MSRP $6,899 Only $5,000 2010 700 TRV MSRP $9,199 NOW Only $6,900 2010 366 4x4 MSRP $6,849 - Only 1 Left Only $4,800 2010 700 Camo 4x4 MSRP $8,099 Now Only $6,900 2010 F6 Sno Pro MSRP $9,899 - Last One! Only $8,100 2009 Z1 Turbo Fastest 4-Stroke Manufactured MSRP $12,899 Big Discount $9,000 TWO CERTIFIED MECHANICS READY Repair Lead Times Short On Any Brand or Model! 209 NW 1st St. Ortonville, MN 320-839-7143 Sweet Corn Silage Available Now Kiln Dry Sawdust for Dairy One & Two Bedroom Apartments i ) Ortonville Area Health Services OAHS seeks a Patient Care Coordinator to help with patient registration functions (within the clinic and hospital systems), receptionist duties 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 letter and/or an OAHS application to: Liz at 320-839-4046 Ortonville Area Health Services Attn: Kim McCrea, HR Dir. 450 Eastvold Ave. Ortonville, MN 56278 email: mccreak@oahs.us OAHS is an EOE Madison Lutheran Home (MLH) is looking for a full-time Nurse Practitioner or Physician's Assistant to join our medical practice. MLH is an 87-bed skilled nursing home facility, 12-bed critical access hospital and a rural health clinic. The mid-level practitioner will be asked to provide a full range of family practice care in a small rural hospital and clinic. Candidate will be asked to provide education and consultation services with the ability to assess, diagnose, treat patients and perform minor procedures. Excellent communication and computer skills are necessary. ACLS and CALS are required. Good interpersonal skills are required and must be willing to treat infants through geriatrics. ONLINE TRAINING EQUIPMENT FOR SALE Contact slarson@madisonlutheranhome.org for more information. EEOC f,-'"'Check out our web site a~""~'~,~ ~.orto nvilleindependent.c.o.n~L~ ) n Help wanted ] MONARCH HEIGHTS in Ortonville, MN is accepting applica- tions for limited, part-time house- keeping position. Hours are 10 p.m.-6 a.m. Applicants must be 18 years of age. Starting wage is $9.30 per hour. Applications can be picked up between 8 a.m. - 4 p.m Mon.-Fri. 49-TF* help wanted DIETICIAN needed to consult on community nutritional goals for Countryside Public Health in Swift, Chippewa, & Big Stone counties Open immediately. fall for details. Wanda at 320-843-4546 or Cindy at 320-564-3010. Firestone :: ' . Carpet Cleaning * Furniture Cleaning * Tile Floors & More Call Tom Pauli for Free Estimates 605-432-5993 Serving the Area Since 1986! - biorefinin9 Meetings ALANON MEETINGS every Tuesday, 6:30-7:30 p.m Ortonville Senior Citizen Center (usg side entrance). Friends and family of alco- holics are invited. 32-TF* AA MEETINGS every Monday, 8:30 a.m 406 Sisseton, Big Stone City, SD and every Tuesday, 8 p.m Ortonville Senior Center, 200 Mon- roe Ave. (use side entrance). 25-TF* Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS The famly of Bob and Sandi (Jahn) McMahon would like to extend a much appreciated thank you to the community with an extended thank you to Dr. A1 Ross, Dr. Long- necker, RN Sandy, RN Angie, the entire nursing staff, the nursing home staff and all the friends and family for all their support during the illnesses and death of our parents. Pat Kunz for playing the organ, Church of St. John's Circles for the meal. Also a special thank you to Father Bob for his multiple visits and blessings to our parents and family. Bob and Karen McMahon, Deb and Dennis Braun, Teresa and Larry Snyder, Missy and Paul Pederson, Jeff McMahon, Tim McMahon, 50-1 Heather and Nathan Koch CARD OF THANKS We would like to express our sin- cere gratitude to all who sent com- forting words, prayers, flowers and Mn/DOT Reminds Public Not to Push Snow On Roads The Minnesota Department of Transportation reminds the public that it is unlawful to deposit snow on or next to a public highway or street. Minnesota law and many local ordinances prohibit the plowing, blowing, shoveling or otherwise plac- ing of snow onto public roads. This includes the ditch and right of way area along roads. Violations are considered misde- meanors, but civil penalties also apply if the placement of snow cre- ates a hazard, such as a slip ry area, frozen rut or bump, that contributes to a motor vehicle or pedestrian crash. The civil liability can extend to both the property owner and the per- son who placed the snow. Improperly placing snow on or near a public road creates hazards including drainage problems, drifting, sight obstructions and unsafe access. Special attention should be made to keep crosswalks, intersections, entrances and exits clean and unob- structed. Mn/DOT maintenance crews plow and maintain about 135,000 miles of streets and highways in Minnesota including 12,000 miles of state high- ways. food during this time of our dear loss, Wilfred; a husband, father, grandfa- .RBI['iI[III: ther and great grandfather whom we " will miss deeply. God Bless You, 50-1" The Wilfred Adelman Familiy Wishing you good fortune, happiness and more in the year 2011 minnesota Classified flduertising Iietwork I HOPPER COMPANY: New pay package! Sign-on bonus! OTR Drivers: 250,000 miles, 24 years old. Good miles, bonuses & benefits. F&M Transport, West Fargo, ND: 701/282-0476 CDL A DRIVERS: Midwest regional, home weekly and OTR for dry van and refriger- ated divisions. 24 month lease pur- chase, no down payment or balloon. www.jrschugel.com 800/359-0101 HEALTHcARE & IT Are you a healthcare or IT professional seeking new opportunities? Due to fed- eral grant, six-month statewide online training in health IT field only $500 at Normandale Community College www.normandale.edu/continuingeducation Dec. 31 deadline. Classes start in January. 952/487-8335 ================================================================ f Your ad here. ] ! Only $199 to reach a statewide audience of | Ill |. 2 milli n readers"" 1-800-279-2979 | YOUR AD HERE! One phone call & only $199 to reach a statewidle audience .i of 2 million readers 1-800-279-2979 NEW NORWOOD SAWMILLS LumberMate-Pro handles logs 34" diam- eter, mills boards 28" wide. Automated quick-cycle-sawing increases efficiency up to 40%! 800/661-7746 Ext. 300N www.NorwoodSawmills.com/300N Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2010 INDEPENDENT Page 9