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Sentinel Tribune ACTION LINE! LASSIFIED ADS Classified Rates $4.50 for first 25 words. 20 cents each additional word. (Pay for 2 weeks - get 3rd week free) Peach Classified Rates $6.00 for first 15 words, 25 cents each additional word. (Pay for 2 weeks - get 3rd week free) Combination rate Peach & Sentinel Tribune $8.00 for first 15 words 25 cents each additional word (Pay for 2 weeks - get 3rd week free) SALE 1995 Dodge loaded 108k. Call S-22,23,24x McKee snow 720. 7' wide. or 274-6634. $23,24,25 RENT 2 bedroom attached rent reduced appliances fur- Ernie Iverson or 507-445- S-7tf -NT Westbrook for the 2004 Hills Golf Club must be at 274- S-23,24,25x SERVICE Dish TV. Prompt Steffen Electric, S-14tfx ;E CHILD Care? & Referral care referrals to local informa- l-800-658-2444. of MN DHS. S-47-38p Lamberton - bridal shower on 21, 2004, at the united in honor of bride-tmbe, of Jr. Everyone S-23 Westbrook - 75! Isn't that minute, let's not We have to celebrate! V.F.W. Club on 28, 2004 at S-24,25p CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS Sincere thank you to all that helped make my 85th birthday a special one. Thank you for all the cards, gifts, and phone calls. God's blessings to all. S-24p Ethel Nordsid CARD OF THANKS A sincere thank you to all that remembered us on the death of our husband and father, Ralph Tyler. The cards, memorials, food, beautiful flowers and plants, calls of comfort and other kind expressions of sym- pathy were greatly appreciated. We are grateful for the loving care given Ralph by the Home Care and O'Brien Court staff, the nurses at Tracy Hospital and Clinic, Dr. Fazal, and the won- derful staff at the Tracy Nursing Home. A special thanks to Pastor Bonnie for her wsits and words of comfort, to the St. Olaf church women who served lunch after the service, and to Sandy, Rose, and Carol who provided endless support during Ralph's illness and following his death. God bless you all. S-24X Olga and Mary Tyler Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 1-800-410-1859 AVON ENTREPRENEUR WANTED Must be willing to work whenever you want, be your own boss. and enjoy unlimited earrings. Let's talk 888-561-2866 PLANNING AN AUCTION? Household - Farm- Business Complete Auction Service Rich Reiner Springfield, MN. Phone 1-507-723-5243 Call collect. BETTER BOARD MEMBERS & Assoc. Assoc. Toll Free 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. : Tracy Office 629-3820 Funeral Home r Kulow, Owners Directory Phone 859-2161 Tribune all Your printing Jobs call 74-6136 Daniel A. Birkholz Attorney at Law Thursday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Telephone 274-6501 Will, Estate Planning, Trusts, Real Estate, Business Law, Personal Injury, Appointments M. L. GRAMS & ASSOCIATES, APA A Professional Association Certified Public Accountants P.O. Box 458, Westbrook, MN Phone 274-6171 Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. coTroNWOOD-SLAYTON VETERINARY SERVICE PLLP Large & Small Animal Mad. & Surgery After Hours Emergency Service Available WINDOM 2250 Hwy 60 E... 831-1473 Toll Free Dial 1 & Then.. 8884131-8387 SLAYTON 1909 Map Ave...836-8594 Dill, D.D.S. Dentistry Clinic MN 56183 Wabasso State Agency For all your insurance needs Phone 859-2152 Walnut Grove, MN. 56180 Agency Estate 859-2154 MN 56180 274-5962 Almlie Funeral Homes Steven & John Almlie (Call Westbrook 24 hrs. a day) Westbrook 274-5464 .... Tracy 629-4510 Westbrook Health Center * Medical Clinic * Paterson Estates * Westbrook Hospital Westbrook, MN. 56183 (507) 274-6121 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday l.Hou9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. Saturday r Emergency Care Always Available PUBLIC NOTICE Walnut Grove City Council Regular Meeting January 12, 2004 The Council met in regular session on the 12th day of January, 2004, at 7:30 P.M., in the Council Room Present: David Hoyt, Donald E. Johnson. Todd Harrington and Lee Steffen. Absent: Mayor Bob O'Donnell Acting Mayor Hoyt presided at the meeting. The liquor report was given by Todd Harrington, in the absence of Marge Peterson. Motion by Lee Steffen, second by Donald E. Johnson, to approve purchase of a new tele- vision set to be hooked up to the cable, price not to exceed $650. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Lee Steffen, second by Todd Harrington, to approve pur- chase of new menus at a cost of $1,414.80, with $1,400.00 available in rebates for adver- tising on the new menus. All voted in favor. Motion carried. The Council also approved an increase in price of drinks and bottle beer, approved ordering more glasses, and approved ordering new uniform shirts (no names to be put on the shirts for part-time employ- ees), discussed construction of some type of shelf in the pool table area to keep the cues from marking up the walls, and dis- cussed an increase in food prices The liquor committee will meet with Marge regarding increasing the food prices. A draft letter prepared by the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust was reviewed. The Council approved sending this letter to PeopleService regarding the chlorine gas leak in the vell house last summer A brokeja water line in a vacant rural house that caused a water leak and interrupted serv- ice to the neighbor was dis- cussed. The Real Estate Company will be contacted and will be billed for the estimated water leak and for the service call to the residence. Motion by Donald E. Johnson, second by Lee Steffen, to approve an adjust- ment and increase in the Operations and Maintenance Agreement with PeopleService, increasing the monthly com- pensation from $5,920 to $6,038 per month. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Lee Steffen, sec- ond by Todd Harrington, to hire Campbell Tree Service to remove three trees growing up in the street right-of-way on North Border Street at a cost of $475. All voted in favor. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All classified ads for non- established accounts must be pre-paid (or charged to Visa or Mastercard)before running. If not a $3.00 billing charge will be added for totals less than $10.00. On Two for Three Special no refunds after first inser- tion. Rates are based on pay- ment before the end of the month in which the ad was published. All advertising must be paid for by the 27th of the month or a $3.00 billing charge will be added for accounts under $10, or 50c for accounts with a bal- ance over $10. Not respon- sible for errors in ads taken over the telephone. NOTICE RESPONSIBILITY: Please check your ad after the first insertion and bring any errors to our attention immediately. Corrections will be cheerfully made. We are not responsible for errors beyond the first insertion. If u you fail to notify us, the pub- lishers liability is limited to cost of the first insertion of the ad. INVESTIGATE before you invest. The Sentinel Tribune does not knowingly accept fraudulent or deceptive advertising. Readers are cau- tioned to thoroughly investi- gate "Business Opportunity" and other ads which require an investment. Motion carried. P NOT A list of yards around town UBLIC ICE that need cleaning up, and vehi- Snowmobile Club with the loan cles that are not currently regis- tered will be prepared. Letters will then be sent to everyone, giving them 30 days to comply with the clean-up. The maintenance report was given by Lee Steffen, in the absence of Ford Ankrum. The City Clerk will contact a mechanical engineer from Mankato to write specifications for replacement of the furnace and air conditioners at the Community Center. Merna Malmberg gave the police report. The Council approved sending her to a class on how to investigate sexual abuse crimes. Motion by Lee Steffen, sec- ond by Donald E. Johnson, to approve the Minutes of the December 8, December 22 and December 29 meetings. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Donald E. Johnson, second by Todd Harrington, to approve Claims #23643 through 23770. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Lee Steffen, sec- ond by Donald E. Johnson, to adjourn. Karen Erickson S-24x PUBLIC NOTICE Adm. Assistant OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Cottonwood County Board of Commissioners December 4, 2002 Truth in Taxation Meeting The Cottonwood County Board of Commissioners met for the annual Truth in Taxation meeting on Thursday, December 4, 2003, at 5:01 p.m. at the Cottonwood County Courthouse in Windom, MN. Present were: 5 Commissioners; Auditor/Treasurer; Administrative Assistant. Guests present included: Dave Fjeld, Diane Kruger and Keith Schock. Chairman Oeltjenbruns called the meeting to order. Auditor/Treasurer Johnson explained the purpose of the meeting and discussed the 2004 proposed total budget and the amount of property taxes the county is proposing to collect to pay for the costs of services the county will provide. Keith Schock and Diane Kruger asked several questions of Johnson and the board. There being no further guests, or business, there was a motion by Sorenson, second by Kuecker, unanimous vote to adjourn the meeting at 5:55 p.m. S/Jan Johnson, Auditor/Treasurer S/John Oeltjenbruns, Board Chairman S/Kelly Thongvivong, OFFICIAL PUBLICATION December 2, 2003 Cottonwood County Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting The Board of Commissioners met at the County Courthouse in Windom, MN. Present for all or portions of the meeting were: 5 Commissioners; Auditor/Treasurer Jan Johnson; Adm. Assistant Kelly Thongvivong; County Attorney Doug Storey; Jerry Engstrom and Mary Ann Anderson. Routine Items - approved by unanimous vote: to approve additions to the agenda; to approve the minutes of the November 25,2003 meeting; to allow for blanket approval for December warrants; adjourn- ment. Personnel Items - approved by unanimous vote: to continue to pay county life insurance premium for Kevin Donahue during his military' leave. Additional Action Items - approved by unanimous roll call or regular vote: to reassess the septic system on the former 71 Club.property; to allow Chairman Oeltjenbruns to sign Partial Release of Mortgage for a lot in the Village of Delft; to adopt resolution for authoriza- tion and implementation for county capital assets system; to accept electronic funds transfer policy. S/Jan Johnson, Auditor/Treasurer S/John Oeltjenbruns, Board Chairman S/Kelly Thongvivong, Temporary position available: Feeders; Farm workers. 03/01/2004 to 12/31/2004 @ 8.70 (or AEWR if higher) per hour plus provision of free housing, 48 hours per week, 3/4 guaran- teed, transportation and subsistence expenses to worksite provid- ed / paid after 50% completion of work contract. Tools and equip- ment provided at no cost. Must have minimum of three months of experience. Must have class A CDL with air brake endorsement if available in State, provide employer with current drivers abstract showing an acceptable driving record. Duties include driving and operating farm machinery to plant, harvest and store grain. Operate implements such as plow, disc and drill, to harvest equipment, husking and shelling corn, repairing farm machinery, drive grain truck to transport produce, basic literacy and math iskills also required. Interested workers should contact ttmir local Employment Service office or the Minnesota Dept. of Economic Security, 390 N Robert St., St Paul, MN 55101 Phone number i651-296-2949 Refer to JOB ORDER # 4-0335. i OFFICIAL PUBLICATION December 16, 2003 Cottonwood County Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting The Board of Commissioners met at the County Courthouse in Windom, MN. Present for all or portions of the meeting were: 5 Commissioners; Auditor/Treasurer Jan Johnson; Adm. Assistant Kelly Thongvivong; County Attorney Doug Storey; Clay Roll, Neal Grunewald, Jim Nickel, Bruce Nagorske, Carl Nehlsen, Bob Haken, Marlene Smith, Jerry Engstrom, Mike Stone, Mike Kirchmeier, and Mary Ann Anderson. Routine Items - approved by unanimous vote: to approve additions to the agenda; to approve the minutes of the December 2, 2003 meeting; to approve the minutes of the December 4, 2003 Truth-in- Taxation meeting; adjourn- ment. Personnel Items - approved by unanimous or regular vote: to authorize payout of benefits to Connie Ward who recently retired; to eliminate in-county meal reimbursement and to set 2004 Commissioner's salary. Additional Action Items - approved by unanimous roll call or regular vote: to recess as the County Board and convene as the Ditch Authority; to set beaver bounty within the ditch systems at $25; to adjourn as the Ditch Authority and re-con- vene as the County Board; to authorize Sheriff to order three new leased cars in January to replace three existing cars; to adopt resolution in support of a 3-county ISTS grant program; to adopt resolution of request for speed zoning; to adopt reso- lution for final approval of M & K Construction contract on Highwater Township Bridge Replacement Project; to accept contract for the construction of a salt shed in Jeffers; to borrow $10,000 to the Big Bend to be repayable by July 31, 2004; to increase recycling fees for 2004; to hire S.E.H. to do hydro geological report; to allow the county to contribute a matching amount for the 2002 Emergency Management Equipment Grant; to allow Chairman to sign Release of Mortgage from Minnesota Housing Partnership; to follow through on guidelines and rec- ommendations by Commissioners Kuecker and Severson in regards to air qual- ity assessment that was com- pleted for Southwestern Mental Health building; to certify the 2004 levy at $5,277,926; to approve Memorandum tf Understanding between Cottonwood County and the City of Windom for lease of space at LEC for Windom Police Department; to allow Chairman to sign 2004 Transit grant. S/Jan Johnson, Auditor/Treasurer S/John Oeltjenbruns, Board Chairman S/Kelly Thongvivong, Adm. Assistant PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE It all starts with Newspapers I POSITION AVAILABLE The Walnut Grove EDA is hiring a coordina- tor for the Flea Market to be held July 9, 10, 11 In Walnut Grove. Requires organizational skills, marketing and working with vendors. Posltlon pays $599. Receive applications at City Clerk or EDA offices in Walnut Grove. Additional information call 507-859-2134 (Tues. or Thurs.) Applications close February 21. LPN Needed Valley View Manor has an opening for a night shift LPN. Position includes working 8 shifts per pay period, every other weekend and holiday. Benefits include: Competitive Wages, Experience Pay, Shift Differential, Vacation, Sick and Personal Leave Pay and Fringe Benefit Plan. Applicant must have a current MN License. If interested contact Shawna Dorr, DON at 507-752-7346 to set up a time for an interview. 111661