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April 29, 2015

Cast of Characters puts on a show


Volume 28, Number 16
Friday, April 17, 2015

By Ken Francis
Staff Writer
Opening weekend for
Clearwater Dinner Theatre
couldnt have been better.
Capacity crowds filled
the Clearwater American
Legion Hall last Friday and
Saturday night to have a
great meal, mingle and
watch the latest presentation by the Clearwater Cast
of Characters - Loving
Lives.
The comedy was about a
1948 radio soap opera in a
run-down studio and the
colorful actors and actresses that bring it to life.
It follows the directing
woes of Mac, the director
of the broadcast and his
indiscretions with the
picky actors and their
small woes, from Bibsy
Sullivan, a dancer, constantly begging for a job, to
the producers niece,
Abigail Shipley, who
attempts to conceal her
true identity, to the tragic
on-again
off-again
romance of Jack Hopper
and Rosie Pearl.
From the first lines of
the play, the room was
filled with laughter as the
actors brought their characters to life.
I couldnt have asked
anything more from our

actors. The audience loved


it and everything went
well, said Director Kent
Asheim. It was a great
show. People were laughing and thats what its all
about.
Asheim says he found
the play about a year ago
and it caught his attention.
And he liked the idea of a
radio show set.
I wanted to come up
with something that was
really different than what
the Clearwater folks had
seen before, he said. We
dont have a couch on
stage or a living room set.
Weve got something totally different and thats why
I wanted to go with it.
After seeing the stage
before the play started,
some audience members
may have thought the production crew didnt have
time to finish the set.
But that was the point of
the play - a radio show
based in an old rundown
warehouse/theatre. And
that was emphasized
throughout the play with
technical difficulties with
lighting and sound that
plagued the broadcast.
The production also had
a new twist - something
that Clearwater Dinner
Theatre had never done

SUESAN BETZLER (left)and Angie Hoeft


as the Nightengales sing some songs from the
1940s before the play.

before - music.
As a prelude to the actual play, the audience was
treated to a few musical
numbers
by
the
Nightingales
featuring
Suesan Betzler and Angie
Hoeft.
Asheim said he got the
idea because of the type of
play they were doing. The
music could serve as a
radio broadcast before the
actual soap opera began.
We were doing a radio
show, so why not start a little before and entertain
people while theyre still
dining, he said.
Hoeft said she had been
contacted by Cheryl
Johnson, a member of the
Cast of Character in previous plays, about being part
of the musical prelude.
Then Kent called and
ran it by me and it sounded
like it would be a lot of
fun, said Hoeft. And I
had a little bit of material I
could throw in to the
scripting.
Hoeft and Betzler have
musical background Hoeft
has sung and played guitar
with bar bands and dance
bands.
Betzler grew up in a
household where someone
was always singing and
playing music.
The two had never performed together before.
But they were familiar
with each others talent.
She beat me at a
karaoke contest here at the
Legion, said
Betzler.
She took first and I took
second.
Betzler said there had
been talk in previous years
about adding music to one
of the productions.
Weve had a lot of
feedback that they wanted
music or a musical. But
musicals are hard to do,
especially when you have
a cast or a group of people
who dont want to sing,
she said. Our hope with
having some music integrated in this
Play Continued On Page 2

Council not ready to


open city hall Fridays

By Ken Francis
Staff Writer
Clearwater City Hall
wont be open on Fridays
anytime soon.
After a discussion last
week, the Clearwater City
Council decided they
wouldnt reopen discussions about the possibility
of keeping city hall open
Fridays for at least 90
days.
The discussion was initiated last week by Interim
Administrator Bob Derus,
who said he wanted to
know how the council felt
about the issue.
He said although staying
open five days was on the
original job description
when the city was looking
to hire an administrator, it
was inadvertently ommitted from the last ad - the ad
that
Administrator-InTraining Kevin Kress had
responded to.
Kevin did note that was
one of the things that
attracted him to the position, said Derus.
He also said in speaking
with office staff, changing
to a five-day work week
would not be very popular.
When the council decided to close city hall on
Fridays years ago, it was
with the thought that it
would save the city money
in utility and lighting
costs.

Derus said it has also


saved the city money with
reduced staff hours, since
Deputy Clerk Deb Petty
works 36 hours and office
assistant Joni Larson
works up to 30.
Clearwater is the only
city Ive seen where
youve actually been able
to save dollars by having
four days open. A lot of
cities go to a compressed
schedule of four 10-hour
days, so the same wages
are paid, he said. In this
case, theres a reduced
number of hours, so there
are some savings there.

He said the city would


have to increase staff hours
if the council decided to
open one more day a week.
Support staff is not
interested in increased
hours, so implementing it
might be a challenge, he
said. For example, you
wouldnt want to do it
where theres only one
employee
available
because it offers zero flexibility for emergencies and
vacations.
Mayor Pete Edmonson
asked Derus when he felt it
would be necessary to City
Continued On Page 2

COUNCILMAN ROLLIE LANGE spoke to


other council members last Monday during a
discussion about having city hall open on
Fridays.

MAC HOOPER (JACK SCHULTE) is hanging on after a stage


mishap as Walter Steed (Erik Kask)tends to Abagail Shipley (Trysh Teller)
during an early scene from Loving Lives at the Clearwater Legion last
Friday. (Photos by Ken Francis.)

Schrader retires after


35 years with CLFD

By Bill Morgan,
Contributing Writer
After 35 years of service,
a Clear Lake firefighter is
retiring.
Assistant Chief Steve
Schrader began his career
with the Clear Lake Fire
Dept. in 1980 after his parents moved to Central
Minnesota
in
1971.
Schrader attended Becker
High School and graduated in 1975.
Though Schraders official last day wasnt until
this week, last February he
was honored for his years
of service at the departments annual banquet
where friends and family
attended and gave him a
proper send-off.
How It All Started
Schrader had always
wanted to be a firefighter
since he was around seven
or eight years old and
when he came of age, he
took the leap and decided
to become a public servant. The path was already
paved for him as Steves
father had spent many
years as a firefighter with
the Coon Rapids FD.
In the late 70s, Schrader
started getting to know
some of the area firefighters and showed up at a few
calls to see if he could help
in some small way. One of
the firefighters suggested
he just join up and after
Schrader denoted an interest, the firefighter brought
his name forward at the
next council meeting and
Steve was appointed to the
department.
Back in 1980 when
Schrader started, the
CLFD was responding to
maybe 25 calls a year and
most of those were in the
category of grass and wildfires. Back in those days,
firefighters were firefighters and were not
called upon to aid in rescue
and emergency efforts like

STEVE SCHRADER (R) was honored at


the departments annual banquet in February
where family and friends attended to support
him including Steves wife, Marsha (L).
(Submitted Photo).

they are today.


Times Have Changed
Over the years as a
CLFD firefighter, Schrader
acquired training to be an
EMR (Emergency Medical
Responder) and was an
EMT for the Monticello/
Big Lake Hospital back in
the day. He has also
received a state fire license
at Levels 1 and 2 and also
was trained in hazardous
material awareness.
Numerous changes in
vehicles, procedure, techniques and equipment have
also occurred in his 35
years of service but
Schrader says two things
stand out as being key to
the improvement to fire
operations and safety.
The personal protection
equipment weve utilized
over the years has gotten so
much better for firefighters
to be able to see things, to
breathe better and the gear
is lighter, said Schrader.
Also, the training has
improved drastically.
Memories of the Past
Schrader remembers a
call he responded to early
in his career where a van
had collided with a train
just north of Clear Lake.
Schrader was one of the

first on site and he remembers there was little they


could do other than put the
fire out and wait for medical responders to arrive.
Four people died in the
horrific accident.
Another call that sticks
out in Steves mind is the
Christmas Eve fire that
burned the Wayne & Dons
Bar in Clear Lake to the
ground one of Clear
Lakes biggest fires in their
history. Schrader had
worked the holiday night
and morning battling the
blaze and remembers when
he got home at 6 a.m. covered in soot and feeling
tired and beat.
My son, who was probably around five or six, had
come down when I got
home expecting to celebrate Christmas and open
presents, said Schrader. I
ended up sending him back
to bed so I could get
cleaned up and get in about
an hour nap.
The fire at Wayne &
Dons was suspected arson
and the business was never
rebuilt.
Look to the Future
Schrader has no big plans
in his retirement other than
Schrader Cont. On Page 2

CWTribune April 17, 2015...Page 2

Play

Continued From Page 1______________

BIBSY SULLIVAN (Colleen Schulte),


Dennis Killian (Randy Maanum)and Mac Hooper
(Jack Schulte) talk about the script from the
soap opera.

play was that it would satisfy those people who


wanted some music.
Hoeft, who has never
been a member of the cast,
said she had been asked to
be in a production but
turned it down.
People have asked me
the last few years if I could
be part of it and I said the
only thing I could realistically see myself doing is
some kind of a music bit,
she said. So maybe I kind
of planted that seed last
year.
Choosing music that fit
in with a 1948 radio production was a bit of a challenge.
We started with material I was familiar with,
said Hoeft. So I didnt
have to do a lot of research
on short notice.
The duo performed
Dont Fence Me In, Red
River Valley, Springtime in
The Rockies and Tennessee
Waltz, and the audience

loved it.
Betzler said it might be
the beginning of more
music in future productions.
Angie and I have talked
about it. If the rest of the
cast is okay with it, wed
be okay with doing something during intermission
too, she said. That would
be a great way to not only
integrate music from the
1940s, but other plays that
were set in different time
periods.
Asheim said he would
do it again, especially with
the reaction the duo got on
opening night. And he was
pleased with the way the
entire evening went.
Last night was one of
the best opening nights
weve ever had, he said.
And I think this is one of
the first years that the week
before opener, the actors
all had it down. We came
into the opener confident
and I think it showed.

City

Continued From Page 1__________________________________________________________

begin opening city hall on


Fridays.
What would you see as
triggers that would necessitate us increasing staff
hours and having it (open)
five days? he asked.
I guess I wasnt looking
at it in terms of triggers...
when I was hired to recruit
for a city administrator, it
was in the original job ad
we were recruiting with.
Thats what I had heard the
message that the council
wanted the city hall open
or the city administrator
working five days a
week, he said. As far as
triggers, I guess to me Id
go back to - are we getting
complaints; are there problems coming up as far as a
four day work week.
Rollie
Councilman
Lange said the city should
be viewed like a professional business.
My attitude is more
from a citizens viewpoint,
Are we providing the services to the city as people
need it? If were doing
okay where were at Im
okay with that, he said.
Are we meeting the needs
of the citizens? Could a
Friday or two a month
work?
Kress said in the few
weeks hes been at city hall
he hasnt gotten any negative feedback about being
closed on Friday.
As far as I can tell, I
havent had anybody call
me and say anything about
us not being open on
Friday, he said. The one
thing I did suggest is that
we put something outside
on the front door, so if
somebody does come in on
Friday and they want to
pay their water bill or a
permit fee, we can still be
accessible.
Edmonson said Kress
has been working from
home Fridays on a remote
network where he can pull
files from the citys database. He agreed it would
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through
communicate
email or by phone if they
needed assistance on
Fridays.
I think with Mr. Kress
working from home and
available, that helps us on
the
customer service
side, he said. Hes saving some drive time and
theres some childcare
involved. In my mind
thats a compromise I
could live with.
Councilman
Chris
Ritzer said he didnt
believe there was any reason city hall couldnt be
open Fridays like other
businesses.
I look at it from a private standpoint. If I tell my
boss I dont want to work
Fridays, he gives me a firm
handshake, a pat on the
back and out the door I
go, he said. We have
great employees, but why
is the employees Fridays
off more important than
customer service. Its a
clear reflection of the city
staff and the city councils
attitude towards businesses and residents, in my
opinion.
So you would like city
hall to be open on Friday?
asked Edmonson.
Ive made that clear in
the past. Yes, said Ritzer.
Edmonson said it
would be difficult for just
one person in the office
trying to get work done
and deal with customers.
If we have one staff
person here (alone) there
goes the efficiency. Do we
want our administrator
working and getting things
done and walking through
complicated things, or getting interrupted by a phone
call or someone coming
and wanting to shoot the

breeze and pay their utility


bill, he asked.
Ritzer said there had to
be a way to stagger the
hours to make it work.
I dont know how the
hours work, he said, but
I know were paying hours
that to me deem it should
be open.
Resident Rich Petty said
the council had to remember that not all staff do the
same thing. So someone
might come to city hall and
not find the person they
need to speak with.
Resident Zack Blake
said most businesses are
open five days a week and
some have partial hours on
Saturdays. But he wasnt
sure if there was enough
demand to keep city hall

Schrader

open Fridays.
It doesnt make a lot of
sense for a person to sit and
do absolutely nothing, he
said. I dont know who
needs to do business on
Friday.
Edmonson said thats
why he felt there has to be
some trigger that tells the
council that city hall needs
to be open Fridays.
Members of the council
agreed there should be
something posted on the
door at city hall so residents can make contact by
email and get some
response on Fridays.
The council agreed to
review the issue in 90 days.

Continued From Page 1_______

take things as they come


and slow things down.
Marsha (wife) may
retire ina few years and
thatll give us more time to
be a bigger part of our
grandkids lives, go on a
few more motorcycle rides
and do some more camping, he said.
He said he's looking forward to the next chapter in
his life.
Esteem and Thanks
The main thing Im
gonna miss about not being
part of the CLFD is the
comradery, said Schrader.
Its a family thing being
part of a group of firefighters like this and the people
there are committed and
they deserve recognition
for their years of service
too. Those 25 public servants are dedicated to helping their community every
day.

Schrader has worked


with many individuals who
have had longer and shorter tenures than he, but they
are still incredibly important to the fraternity of firefighters.
I appreciate all the support from my fellow firefighters both current and
retired, he said. And I
want to thank Chief Ron
Koren for being there for
me through the years and
supporting and encouraging me on the job. I appreciate the faith he had in me.
Schrader, who works as
an Energy Supply Tech
Training Supervisor for
Xcel Energy, is married
(Marsha - 37 years) and
they have three grown children (Nick, 36, Luke, 34
and Kelly, 32).
The Schraders live just
south of Clearwater.

Letter to the Editor

TO THE EDITOR:
Property taxes going up
in Wright County 4.7%
and local governments will
collect an extra $286 million in property taxes in
2015. With 87 counties in
Minnesota, that is about
$330,000 per county.
Wright County approved
$747,172 in claims last
month. Is Sen. Anderson
blaming our county commissioner for over spending along with Minnesota
D.F.L.? He has some to file
778 to allow cities to
improve street improvement fees to pay for those
improvements. Who does
he think should pay for the
improvements? He forgot
to tell us. It must be the
hard working Minnesota
taxpayers. The GOP wants
to buy some votes, give
back the surplus money to
the hard working taxpayers, even the none working
taxpayers should receive
some money like the $200
plus we received last summer. Let us hope that the
surplus is used for our
state roads and bridges
instead of buying votes for
the GOP next election.
Maybe the senator could
find someone to pay for
our new million dollar
school and keep our property tax down.
Minnesota has about $8
billion in debt and might
add another $1 billion in
bonding which is really
borrowing as at a bank. We
are paying about $180

To be published by the

million in interest and pay


about about $1 billion. We
have about $2 billion projected in the state budget.
The Governor and the
Minnesota House might
add another $1 billion in
bonding. Gov. Dayton,
Rep. ONeill and Sen.
Anderson need to pay on
the Minnesota State debt;
not pay for 3 and 4 year
olds babysitting or GOP
buying votes same as they
have done in the past.
Local government aid to
towns and cities needs to
cut back or stopped, let
them pay as you go the
same as our township does.
This would make a downpayment on the needs of
our highways. The state
GOP chairmen came out
with a $150,000 ad campain to give every
Minnesotan $350 or a fam-

ily of four would receive


$1,400 and this is money
that the state might
receive by mid-2017. Let
us hope that the GOP will
support all schools and
come up with a long term
plan to support our
Minnesota Highways and
not kick the can down the
road. We dont need another bridge that killed 13
people when it could have
been avoided.
The Newberger GOP
Road and Bridge Act of
2015 is another example of
kicking the can down the
road with only half the
funds needed in the next
years. Cars tabs can be
raised from $38 to $50 on
older cars. Hard working
taxpayers need good roads
and up keep to get to work.
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Obituary

GEORGE R. STOKES
June 27, 1923 ~ Nov 27, 2014
Clearwater, MN
Memorial services will be held
at 11 a.m. Sat., April 25, 2015 at
the Clearwater United Methodist
Church in Clearwater, for George
Roscoe Stokes 91 Clearwater,
who passed away Thurs, Nov 27,
2014 at the Annandale Care
Center in Annandale. Inurnment
will also be in the Acacia
Cemetery,
at
Clearwater.
Visitation will be from 10 to 11
a.m. at the church on Saturday.
Arrangements are with the Daniel
Funeral Home in Clearwater.
Mr. Stokes was born June 27,
1923 on a farm south of

Clearwater, in Lynden Township,


Stearns County, the son of
Roscoe and Mabel (Rice) Stokes.
He married Ruth Nordell June
13, 1953. He then moved to a
farm south of Clearwater with his
wife, where they farmed and
lived. After Ruth passed away on
August 20, 2003, George continued to live on the farm until he
became a resident of the
Annandale Care Center last
November.
George was an active member
of the Clearwater United
Methodist Church, the Clearwater
Masonic Lodge No. 20 A.F. and
A.M. and Clover Leaf Chapter
128 Order of Eastern Star. He
was also Clearwater Township
Treasurer for many years. Also
George was always the type of
guy that was always there when
help was needed.
He is survived by many nieces
and nephews.
In addition to his parents and
wife Ruth, he was preceded in
death by; two sisters, Evelyn
Bentley and Ruby Carlson.
Memorials are preferred to the
Acacia Cemetery or Clearwater
United Methodist Church.

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OFFICE OF THE
MINNESOTA SECRETARY
OF STATE
CERTIFICATE OF
ASSUMED NAME
The filing of an assumed named
does not provide a user with exclusive rights to that name. The
filing is required for consumer
protection in order to enable consumers to be able to identify the
true owner of a business.
1. List the exact assumed
name under which the business is
or will be conducted: Kens Granite City Sewer Service
2. Principal place of the business: 17910 27th Avenue, Clearwater, MN 55320
3. List the name and complete
street address of all persons conducting business under the above
Assumed Name, OR if an entity,
provide the legal corporate, LLC
or Limited Partnership name and
registered office address: Scott G.
Schuldt, 17910 27th Avenue,
Clearwater, MN 55320
4. I, the undersigned, certify
that I am signing this document
as the person whose signature is
required, or as agent of the person(s) whose signature would be
required who has authorized me
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WRIGHT COUNTY SHERIFF


ACTIVITY REPORT FOR
PERIOD ENDING
APRIL 13, 2015
April 6
Michael John Flasch, 32, of
Monticello, was arrested in
Buffalo on a Wright County warrant for 1st degree DWI probation
violation.
Kara Jeanette Knudson, 25, of
Burnsville, was arrested in
Hennepin County on a Wright
County warrant for credit card
transaction fraud.
Nathan Skip Neumann, 18, of
Howard Lake, was arrested in
Howard Lake on the charge of
domestic assault.
Sean Michael Sullivan, 29, of
Minneapolis, was arrested in
Hennepin County on a Wright
County warrant for domestic
assault.
Haley Ann Kammerer, 50, of
Annandale, was arrested in
Annandale on a Douglas County
warrant for 3rd degree DWI violation of conditional release.
Antonio Lemar Corwin, 22, no
permanent address, was arrested
in Sherburne County on a Wright
County warrant for 3rd degree
DWI.
Troy Elliott Bye, 20, of Plymouth,
was arrested in Buffalo on a
Wright County warrant for underage liquor consumption.
Roger Charles Fiecke, 48, of
Winsted, was arrested in Buffalo
on a Wright County warrant for
weapon possession violation.
Derek Steven Heidelberger, 25, of
Montrose, was arrested in
Montrose on a Wright County
warrant for domestic assault.
April 7
Shannon Lee Lindquist, 46, of
South Haven, was arrested in
Annandale on the charge of 2nd
degree DWI.
Zachary Vincent Wolf, 18, of
Annandale, was arrested in
Buffalo on a Wright County
apprehension and detention order
for 5th degree sale of a controlled
substance violation.
Mark Richard Lalonde, 37, of
Minneapolis, was arrested in
Hennepin County on a Wright
County warrant for 3rd degree
burglary.
Kerry Wayne Anderson, 49, of
Monticello, was arrested in
Buffalo on Wright County warrants for terroristic threats and 4th
degree assault.
Robert Stanley Beckstrand, 52, of
Aitken, was arrested in Woodland
Township on the charge of driving
after cancellation inimical to public safety.
Stacey Christine Hoffrogge, 37,
of New Ulm, was arrested Cokato
on the charges of possession of a
5th degree controlled substance
and no insurance.
Amanda Jeanette Dunning, 38, of
Rockford, was arrested in
Rockford on Wright County war-

Clearwater Churches
Clearwater United
Methodist Church
P.O. Box 82; 405 Main
Street, Clearwater
Pastor Ken Felska:
320-558-2581
Sunday Traditional Worship 10:30 a.m.
www.forministry.com/usmnumetccumcc

Freedom Bible Church


Old Clearwater Post Office
Bldg. - 605 Lime Street
9:30am & 6pm Sundays Bible
Study;
10:45am
Sundays - Worship Service;
7pm Wed - Bible Study.

Rejoice Lutheran Church ELCA


1155 Co. Rd. 75, P.O. Box
307; Clearwater, MN 55320
Pastors Scott Gjevre, Tim
Lindhorst: 320-558-6851
Summer Sunday Worship:
May 25 thru Aug 31
9:30 a.m. Blended Worship,
10:30 Fellowship
Regular Sunday Worship
(begins Sept. 7)
8:30 a.m. Traditional
Worship, 9:35 a.m.
Fellowship, Sunday School,
Adult Ed., Cappuccino Bible
Study (Jr. & Sr. High)
10:30 a.m. Contemporary
Service

Public Notices

behalf, or in both capacities. I further certify that I have completed


all required fields, and that the information in this document is true
and correct and in compliance
with the applicable chapter of
Minnesota Statutes. I understand
that by signing this document I
am subject to the penalties of per
jury as set forth in Section 609.48
as if I had signed this document
under oath.
Dated: April 13, 2015
Scott G. Schuldt
(Tribune, April 17, 24, 2015)

LYNDEN TOWNSHIP,
STEARNS COUNTY
IMPORTANT
INFORMATION
REGARDING ASSESSMENT
AND CLASSIFICATION OF
PROPERTY
THIS MAY AFFECT YOUR
2016 PROPERTY TAXES
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Appeal and Equalization
for Lynden shall meet on May 7,
2015, 7 - 7:30 pm, at Lynden
Township Hall, 21367 County
Road 44, Clearwater, MN 55320.
The purpose of this meeting is to
determine whether taxable property in the jurisdiction has been

properly valued and classified by


the assessor, and to determine
whether corrections need to be
made.
If you believe the value or classification of your property is incorrect, please contact the county
assessors office to discuss your
concerns. If you are still not satisfied with the valuation or classification after discussing it with the
assessor, you may appear before
the local board of appeal and
equalization. The board shall
review the valuation, classification, or both if necessary, and
shall correct it as needed.
Generally, an appearance before
your local board of appeal and
equalization is required by law
before an appeal can be taken to
the county board of appeal and
equalization.
Jenny Schmidt
Lynden Township Clerk
(Tribune, April 17, 2015)
PUBLIC NOTICE
ASSESSMENT NOTICE
CLEARWATER TOWNSHIP
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That the Local Board of Appeal
and Equalization of the Township

Vital Statistics

rants for terroristic threats and 3rd


degree DWI.
Shawn David Bollinger, 41, of
Litchfield, was arrested in Cokato
on the charge of obstruction of
justice with force and disobey a
lawful order.
Brandon Lee Kier, 21, of White
Earth, was arrested in Clearwater
on the charge of false information
to law enforcement and a Becker
County warrant for 2nd degree
DWI.
April 8
Justin James Burgess, 26, of
Monticello, was arrested in
Sherburne County on a Wright
County warrant for 2nd degree
DWI violation.
Randi Lynn Rock, 30, of
Moorhead, was arrested in Anoka
County on a Wright County warrant for receiving stolen property.
Daniel Patrick Nichols, 28, of
Buffalo, was arrested in Buffalo
on a Wright County apprehension
and detention order for possession
of stolen property and a Hennepin
County warrant for theft.
Deon William Casper, 21, of
Loretto, was arrested in Buffalo
on a Wright County court order
for criminal damage to property
violation.
Alexander Kevin Collins, 19, of
Zimmerman, was arrested in
Buffalo on a Wright County warrant for failure to appear.
Edward Lawrence Lafond, 30, of
Big Lake, was arrested in
Rockford on the charges of 5th
degree possession of a controlled
substance.
Darrian Lee Edwards, 22, of
Buffalo, was arrested in Buffalo
on the charge of 1st degree possession of a controlled substance.
Brelynn Rose Miller, 20, of
Buffalo, was arrested in Buffalo
on the charge of 1st degree possession of a controlled substance.
Cheyenne Lee Clough, 18, of
Buffalo, was arrested in Buffalo
on the charge of 1st degree possession of a controlled substance.
Benjamin Joseph Buchite, 25, of
Maple Lake, was arrested in
Buffalo on the charge of 1st
degree possession of a controlled
substance.
Justin David Wirgau, 22, of
Buffalo, was arrested in Buffalo
on the charge of 1st degree possession of a controlled substance.
Allen Dale Wirgau, 50, of
Buffalo, was arrested in Buffalo
on the charge of 1st degree possession of a controlled substance.
Anthony Wayne Lapointe, 29, of
Plymouth, was arrested in Buffalo
on the charge of 1st degree possession of a controlled substance.
Jordan Paul Nelson-Lundgren,
31, of Buffalo, was arrested in
Buffalo on the charge of domestic
assault and 5th degree assault.
David Francis, 54, of Monticello,
was arrested in Monticello on the
charges of disorderly conduct and
trespassing.

Trevor Allen Heitland, 22, of


Monticello, was arrested in
Monticello on a Wright County
warrant for theft.
Corey Lawrence Oleary, 26, of
Otsego,
was
arrested
in
Monticello on the charge of possession of shoplifting tools, false
information to law enforcement
and theft, and a Wright County
warrant for theft.
April 9
Perry Lee Torgerson, 40, of Sauk
Rapids,
was
arrested
in
Albertville on the charge of 1st
degree DWI.
Chelsea Renee Scherr, 22, of
Monticello, was arrested in St.
Louis County on Wright County
warrants for 3rd degree criminal
sexual conduct and theft.
Hannah Elizabeth Bagne, 18, of
St. Michael was arrested in St.
Michael on the charge of terroristic threats.
Christian Harris Smith, 36, of
Prior Lake, was arrested in
Buffalo on a MN Department of
Corrections parole violation warrant.
Matthew Wade Sorenson, 34, of
Thief River Falls, was arrested in
Clearwater on a Hennepin County
warrant for theft.
April 10
Brandan Duane Heck, 22, of
Montrose, was arrested in Carver
County on a Wright County warrant for under 21 liquor consumption.
Jason Ray Davis, 35, of
Monticello, was arrested in
Monticello on a Wright County
warrant for obscenity violation.
Teresa Ramona Nord, 35, of Sauk
Rapids, was arrested in Silver
Creek on the charge of 5th degree
controlled substance possession
and a Hennepin County warrant
for 5th degree controlled substance violations.
Elmina Elnathan Roques, 19, of
Champlin, was arrested in
Monticello on the charge of 3rd
degree DWI.
April 11
Dakota Ray Larson, 22, of
Buffalo, was arrested in Buffalo

Church of St. Luke


17545 Huber Ave. NW
Clearwater, MN 55320
Fr. Dennis Backer, Pastor
320-558-2124
Weekend Mass times:
5 p.m. Saturday
8 & 10 a.m. Sundays
Weekday
Mass
times:
Tuesday Friday 8 a.m.;
Saturday 9 a.m.
Reconciliation is available 45
minutes prior to all Masses.
Holy Days as announced
Website: www.churchofstlukes.
com

Tri-County Alliance Church


8464 160th St NW
Clearwater (Co Rd 104 &
Hwy 24)
320-558-2750
Pastor David Fogal
Sunday School 9 a.m.
Worship Service 10:30 a.m.
Wednesday Bible Adventure
(kids) 6-7:30 p.m.
Wed. Youth (Gr. 6-8) 6-7:40 p.m.
Wed. Youth (Gr. 9-12) 7:20-9 p.m.
email:tcachurch@frontiernet.net
Web: tcachurch.com

on the charge of procuring alcohol


for a minor.
Todd Joseph Neuman, 49, of
Monticello, was arrested in
Monticello on the charge of 5th
degree controlled substance possession.
Dillon Scott Hagedorn, 21, of
Buffalo, was arrested in Buffalo
on the charge of 5th degree controlled substance possession.
Jesse Allen Schmidt, 22, of
Albertville, was arrested in Maple
Lake on the charge of 2nd degree
DWI.
Jacqueline June Weide, 47, of
Buffalo,
was
arrested
in
Greenfield on a Wright County
warrant for theft.
Bradley Darryl Arnold, 51, of
Buffalo,
was
arrested
in
Albertville on the charge of driving after cancellation inimical to
public safety.
Anthony Edward Stewart, 24, of
Kimball, was arrested in Corrina
Township on the charge of 5th
degree controlled substance possession.
Lance Burton Hellerud, 44, of
Annandale, was arrested in Maple
Lake Township on the charge of
3rd degree DWI.
April 12
Rebecca Ann Smith, 42, of
Monticello, was arrested in
Monticello on the charge of 3rd
degree DWI.
John Paul Eldred, 46, of Ogilvie,
was arrested in Clearwater on an
Isanti County warrant for dishonored check.
Dylan Ray Cochran, 23, of
Monticello, was arrested in
Waverly on a Wright County warrant for domestic assault.
There were 16 Property
Damage Accidents, 3 Personal
Injury Accidents, No Hit and Run
Accidents and 5 Car Deer
Accidents.
There were 6 arrests for DWI,
No Underage Consumption
arrests, 3 School Bus Stop Arm
Violations and 63 tickets for miscellaneous traffic violations
reported this week.

320-558-2037

Worship With Us
email: Rejoice@rejoicelutheranchurch.org
www.rejoicelutheranchurch.org

of Clearwater of Wright County,


Minnesota, will meet at the Office
of the Clerk in said Township of
Clearwater, at 7:00 p.m., on
Tuesday, the 5th day of May,
2015. The purpose of this meeting is to determine whether taxable property in the jurisdiction
has been properly valued and classified by the assessor, and to
determine whether corrections
need to be made.
If you believe the value or classification of your property is
incorrect, please contact your
assessor's office to discuss your
concerns. If you are still not satisfied with the valuation or classification after discussing it with your
assessor, you may appear before
the local board of appeal and
equalization. The board shall
review the valuation, classification, or both if necessary, and
shall correct it as needed.
Generally, an appearance before
your local board of appeal and
equalization is required by law
before an appeal can be taken to
the county board of appeal and
equalization.
Jean Just
Clerk, Clearwater Township
(Tribune, April 17, 2015)

Silver Creek Area Churches


Faith Lutheran Church
12449 Clementa Ave NW,
Monticello
Pastor James Tetlie:
763-878-2092
1/2 mile north of Lake Maria
State Park on Co. Rd. 111
Sunday worship are 8:30 traditional service and 11am
celebration service. Sunday
school is at 9:45a.m. from
Sept - May. Wed Worship 7
p.m. June - August.
email:
faithlutheran@tds. net
http://lutheran-faith.org

Immanuel Lutheran
Church of Silver Creek
11390 Elliott Avenue N. W.
Maple Lake, MN 55358
Pastor: Rev. George W.
Sagissor III
Tel. # 320-333-8636
Our Worship info is:
10 AM Worship
11 AM Sunday School and
Bible Study

Silver Creek Community


Church
Co. Rd. 8 & Co. Rd. 143;
Silver Creek
Pastor Luke Baehr: 320-9633957
Sunday Worship at 9 a.m.;
Sunday School begins at
10:30 a.m.

email: SCCC@lakedalelink.
org or www.silvercreekcommunitychurch.org
Clear Lake Area Churches
Living Waters Church
7830 Church St., Clear Lake
Rev. Mark Stahl: 320 2920250
Sunday Worship 10 a.m.
Wednesday Night Bible
Study 7 p.m.
Tuesday Night Young Adult 7
p.m.

St. Marcus Catholic Church


8701 Main Avenue, CL
Rev. Virgil Helmin: 320-7432481
Mass: Saturdays at 5pm
Sundays: Jan - June: 8 a.m.
July - Dec: 10 a.m.
Reconcilation: Sat at 4:15
email: stmarcus@frontiernet.net
www.stmarcuschurch.com

Trinity Lutheran ChurchLCMS


209 Market Street, CL
Rev. George W. Sagissor III
320-333-8636
Sunday Worship 8 a.m.
Sunday School & Adult Bible

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live. Try it free. Call now: 800357-4970 (MCN)
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FINANCIAL
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BILL by as much as 75 Percent.
Stop Levies, Liens and Wage
Garnishments. Call the Tax DR
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SELL YOUR STRUCTURED
SETTLEMENT or annuity payments for CASH NOW. You
dont have to wait for your future
payments any longer! Call 1-800891-2635 (MCN)
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LEGAL
SERIOUSLY INJURED? Auto
Accidents? Medical Malpractice?
Slip and Falls? Dangerous
Products? Wrongful Death. Speak
to a Highly Skilled Personal
Injury Attorney Now. Millions
Recovered for Clients. Call 24/7.
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1 br apt overlooks river near


SCSU. Near parks. Avail. immed.
$450 plus utilities plus deposit.
320-253-0335.
scca18tn
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Office/Retail
For Rent

Office/Retail: Two office spaces Professional Building (next to


Keiths Kettle). 582 sq. ft. $650
per mo and 364 sq ft $425 per mo.
Includes utilities. 320-558-6800
Carol Halvorson
a17-m8*
___________________________
Commercial Space Available:
1,100 st. ft., in Tribune Building,
downtown Big Lake. Two offices
available. May be subdivided.
Laundry. See Gary. 763-263-3602.
all3m3tn
_____________________________
Commercial office space in
Citizen Bldg. 14054 Bank St.
About 1800 ft., 5 offices and large
reception area. Nice patio for
warm weather cookouts. Avail.
May 2015. $2100/mo. includes
util. Call Gary or Chris for showing, 763-261-5880.
sccj31tn
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1x2
C

Northern Star Apartments


APRIL MOVE-IN SPECIAL
No Security Deposit
if moved-in by May 15th
Brand new apartment homes in Big Lake
Spacious 3BR Apts starting at $1090
Washer/dryer in each unit, spacious
walk-in closets and many other features
Located in a convenient setting adjacent to
North Star Station. Section 8 Voucher
accepted for those meeting resident
qualification guidelines.

Call Sue today at 763-262-0036

Antiques
THE ANTIQUE CELLAR in
Paynesville is not closing! One
dealer is leaving. Our store is still
packed with quality items! New
items arriving weekly. 30 miles
west of St. Cloud, 305 Augusta
Ave. 320-243-7605. Open MonSat 10-5, Sun 11-5. We buy & sell
all types of antiques.
sccm28tn
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Townhouse
for Rent

Sound like multiplication?


Guess again.
Its newspaper talk for a
one-column by two inch ad.
Too small to be effective?
Youre reading this one!

Zimmerman townhome for


rent, 2BR w/loft, 1 1/2 BA, 2
stall attached garage, washer/
dryer. $1195/mo. - rent includes
assoc. fee, snow plowing, lawn
care. Avail now. PropertyMngr@
Yahoo.com or Joyce 763-8782654
sccj3tn
__________________________

Horses
New & used saddles & tack.
Also buy & sell horses & ponies.
Viking Saddlery. 763-753-2700.
a4-j27*
___________________________

Employment
Are you looking for someone to
co-sign for a semi tractor to go
over the road? Call 1-800-7336965, ask for Jeremy.
sccf14tn
__________________________
CARECAB/Schumacher is hiring responsible drivers to transport clients to medical appointments. Must have clean driving
record, clear criminal background, and be able to pass a
physical. Apply at www.caretransportation.com or call 800437-2094.
scca11tn
__________________________

Employment
DIETARY AIDE D NURSING
PT Evening Hours
ASSISTANT

DIRECTOR
OF NURSING
FT - Current
RN License
Long Term Care
Experience Preferred

PT/FT All Shifts


$500 Sign on Bonus
Senior Campus

Phone: 320-251-9120
Fax: 320-251-4336
Apply online today at
www.talahicc.com
EEO/AA Employer

RN

Senior Campus

Phone: 320-251-9120
Fax: 320-251-4336
Apply online today at
www.talahicc.com
EEO/AA Employer

PT/FT All Shifts


$1000 Sign on Bonus

Senior Campus

Phone: 320-251-9120
Fax: 320-251-4336
Apply online today at
www.talahicc.com
EEO/AA Employer

N O W H I R I N G ! L P N s F T & P T.

Senior Campus

Phone: 320-251-9120
Fax: 320-251-4336
Apply online today at
www.talahicc.com
EEO/AA Employer

Pay based on experience.To inquire/ apply contact:


Lisa Bahr, Annandale Care Center,
500 Park Street East, Annandale, MN 55302
Lisa.bahr@ahcsmn.org Phone: 320-274-2594
Applications available online at: www.ahcsmn.org

Are you looking to enrich lives? Sterling Park


Senior Living in Waite
Park has Nursing Assistant & LPN positions
available for committed
team members looking
to make a difference!
Positions available
are both PT & FT.
Please contact
Maggie 320-257-4908
You can also go on
our website to see
all the details at
www.twdcc.com/Jobs.aspx or
www.twdcc.com/Sterling-Park
-Healthcare-Center

Administrative
Assistant
Monticello Area

Growing heavy equipment leasing


company seeking inside/outside
sales rep. Candidate must be
motivated, independent, possess excellent communication skills, & be customer oriented. Some travel
required. B2B sales experience & knowledge of heavy
equipment preferred. Duties may vary, pay DOE.

Send resume to: All Rental,


WeekInc.
of April

Distribution company located in Monticello is looking for a


full time Administrative Assistant to answer phones, enter data
and file. Offering full benefits and salary based on experience.

Please send resume to:

GROEBNER
9530 Fallon Ave NE, Monticello, MN 55362
jobs@groebner.com
Fax: 763-295-5360
19,
2015

P.O. Box 129 - Rice, MN 56367 or


Central South
Email resume to: info@ferchecompanies.com

North Metro
More employment on page 5

HELP WANTED

EMPLOYMENT

MISCELLANEOUS

PAID WEIGHTLOSS STUDY!


All Natural Weightloss Study. Need Men
and Women. Stipend plus product offered
at no charge. Text information 612/8401869: Name. Age. Height. Weight.

RAILROAD
VEGETATION CONTROL:
Full-time traveling opportunity, 60-80
hours/week, $11-$15/hour, meal allowance, paid lodging & benefit package. RAW, Inc. in Cooperstown, ND
888/700-0292 | www.rawapplicators.com
| info@rawapplicators.com

GOT KNEE PAIN?


Back Pain? Shoulder Pain? Get a
pain-relieving brace -little or no
cost to you. Medicare patients call
health hotline now! 800/755-6807

CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS
and Arrest records expunged or sealed.
Free one hour Consultation to discuss
recent changes to the Expungement
Laws and how they may affect your future. Duggins Law Firm 651/490-0222

HELP WANTED
NOW HIRING
Company OTR drivers. $2,000 sign on
bonus, flexible home time, extensive benefits. Call now! Hibbs & Co. 763/389-0610
J-MAR ENTERPRISES
Is looking for qualified OTR CDL drivers, competitive pay, many driver incentives $$, modern equipment, $1000 sign
on bonus. Call Bret at 701/277-0039

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
ATTN: COMPUTER WORK
Work from anywhere 24/7. Up to $1,500
part time to $7,500/mo. full time. Training provided www.WorkServices6.com

ADOPTIONS
ADOPTION: HOPEFUL
1st time Mom & Dad promises your
baby a lifetime of Love. Expenses
paid. Dawn & John, 800/943-7780

Your ad here!
Only $279 to reach a statewide audience of
3 million readers!!! 1-800-279-2979

DONATE YOUR CAR


truck or boat to Heritage For The Blind. Free
3 day vacation, tax deductible, free towing,
all paperwork taken care of 800/439-1735
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CWTribune April 17, 2015...Page 5

GENERAL CLEANING
3rd Shift

McFarland Hanson, Inc. has general cleaning


positions available. Floor exp. a plus. $10-12/hr
DOE. Must be 18 years of age. Background check
required. Must have reliable transportation.

If interested please call (763) 260-0053


Are you interested in helping others?
NEED extra cash in your pocket?
Comprehensive Services, Inc. a residential
provider for persons with disabilities, is now
accepting applications for part-time morning, evening, weekend and asleep overnight
positions available in Big Lake and Elk River.
We are also accepting apps. for a full-time
supervisory positions. For more info on
these positions call: 763-274-0351
aa/eoe

Home Health Director


Seeking an experienced RN to lead our team by
overseeing all clinical & staff aspects of this agency,
assuring regulatory compliance & ensuring client
focused care is provided. Qualified candidates will
have 3 years of supervisory home health experience
& current Minnesota RN license Take advantage of
the great benefits offered by this salaried role.
Apply online at:
www.heritageoffoley.com
Or please send resumes to:
Heritage Home Health
253 Pine St. Foley, MN 56329
320-968-6201 Phone 320-968-7051 Fax

WORK CLOSE TO HOME!!

Employment
Love What You Do!

NOWHIRING
DIRECTSUPPORT
STAFFCLEARLAKE
FT/PT, day, evening and
overnight shifts are
available. Every other
wkd. availability required.
Duties include personal &
medical cares, behavior
management, medication
admin. and community
integration. Dungarvin
offers scheduled rasies,
$1000 retention bonus &
benefits at 30+hrs/wk. Requirements include a valid
Drivers license & acceptable driving record, background clearance, HS
diploma/GED, 18 or older,
computer literacy & effective communication skills
in English. Apply to
requisition # 15-0246.
Apply online at

www.dungarvin.com
Call 651-699-6050
5708 after completing
your application.
AA/EOE

- No phone calls -

Apply in person

COOKS

Send Resume to Lois:

Call to get your


employment in
320-558-2037

Senior Campus

Phone: 320-251-9120
Fax: 320-251-4336
Apply online today at
www.talahicc.com
EEO/AA Employer

Do you have spare time Saturdays?

Are you looking to make a


difference in the lives of others,
while working in a homey and
supportive environment?
Then come join the

Good Shepherd
team in Becker!

EARN SOME EXTRA CASH!


ECM DISTRIBUTION is looking for you!
We currently have motor routes in:

Annandale & Maple Lake


A typical route takes 3 to 5 hours. Motor routes require a reliable vehicle. Delivery time
frames are long enough to allow flexibility for your schedule. Give us a call for more details.

ECM DISTRIBUTION: 763-241-8146

Catering Assistant
PT day/eve
Please visit our website for full job description,
benefits, and to complete an online application.

www.goodshepherdcampus.org eoe

SKILLED LABORERS
AND OPERATORS

MP Nexlevel a leader in the underground utilities industry is


looking for Skilled Laborers and/or Operators with 1-year of
experience.
MP Nexlevel, LLC offers:
Competitive wage, Medical, Dental and Vision insurance
benefits, Short and Long Term Disability, Basic Life and
Voluntary Life Plans, 401K with employer match.
MP Nexlevel a leader in the underground utilities industry is
looking for Skilled Laborers and/or Operators with 1-year of
experience. Laborers must have a good understanding of
construction and be familiar with working with tools and
their hands. Operators must be able to use backhoes/equipment. Class A Drivers License is required for operator positions. These positions require travel to all MP job locations
in various states as well as work in various Minnesota locations. Full benefits packet offered.
Please download app. at www.mpnexlevel.com
mail, e-mail or fax to address below. No phone calls.

MP NEXLEVEL, LLC
500 Co. Rd. 37 E,
Maple Lake, MN 55358
hr@mpnexlevel.com
(320) 963-2438 fax

PT Marketing Director

If you are looking for a job that gives you room to be


creative & flexibility, this could be the opportunity for
you! Must have a Bachelor's degree in Marketing or a
related field & past work in a healthcare setting pref.
The qualified candidate will provide leadership with
marketing efforts & enthusiasm while maintaining a
customer service focus. You will build & maintain relationships within organizations, our community as
well as with our referral sources.
Requires minimum of 50% local travel on a weekly
basis. Potential for additional incentive pay. Must be
self-motivated & eager to see results.
Call Michelle Spiczka

320-968-6201

Apply online at:


www.heritageoffoley.com

Divine House, Inc.

Is currently accepting applications for


our Buffalo and surrounding area sites.
Full and Part time positions are
available with afternoon/evening shifts.
Experience working with people with
disabilities or background in medical
field and supervisory experience helpful
but not necessary.

Average 2 days out

Performance Food Group Rice MN

20600 S Diamond Lake Rd


Rogers, Minnesota 55374

763-428-1981
www.wellsteadofrogers.com
Five Star Quality Care is an
Equal Opportunity Employer

Heritage Home Health

Human Service
Technician

EOE/AA/M/F/Disability/Veterans

$500 Safety incentive program


Earning opportunities of 53K+

The Wellstead of Rogers


& Diamondcrest

P.O. Box 129 - Rice, MN 56367


Call or Email Lois:
320-393-4625
lois@ferchecompanies.com

NEWSPAPER
DELIVERY

$4800 Sign On Bonus!

Currently Hiring
LPNs, Medication Assistants, C.N.As,
Resident Assistants, Activity Assistants,
Housekeepers

Looking
for
Experienced

based on experience

CLASS A CDL DRIVERS WANTED

Have you been looking to work with


people who share your Commitment
to a higher standard? If so, weve
been looking For You!

Great compensation pkg.


Health, Life, 401K, Profit
Sharing, Lodging and
Per Diem Pay included.
Up to $30.00/hr.

PT Day Hours

PT & Casual all shifts

Is your Standard
Excellence?

 Equipment Operators
 Pipe Layers
 Laborers
 Truck Drivers
 Mechanics
 Sewer & Water Foreman
 Dirt Foreman

13400 1st St, Becker

support people with disabilities. As a Direct Support


Professional (Advocate), you will assist people in their own
home and support them participate in community activities.
As an employee, you will receive valuable training, coaching
and technology tools to be successful on the job.

TelCom Construction is hiring for the following positions:


Aerial Lineman
Equipment Operator
Utility Locator
Construction Laborer
Foreman
Previous experience in construction environment preferred
but will train the ideal candidate.
While traveling is required, no long term. OT is frequently available. All candidates must pass background, drug
screen and physical. A good driving record is required, CDL
is a plus!
We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits
package including Health, FSA, EAP, Dental, company
provided disability insurance, Life insurance, as well as 401k
plan with company match and paid vacation.
TelCom is proud to be an EEO/AA and Veteran-Friendly
employer!
To apply please complete an online application at
www.telcomconstruction.com/careers or submit
resume to employment@telcomconstruction.com
2218 200th St. E Clearwater MN 55320

Must be 18

Nursing Assistant/CNA

Living Well Disability


Services maintains
a tobacco-free
workplace.

in MN
& ND

Help

Living Well Disability Services is hiring responsible people to

Currently accepting applications and interviewing for part


time and fulltime positions in the Big Lake and Buffalo area.
Positions require a background check, valid drivers license
and good driving record. To apply please visit our web site at
www.livingwell.org. Living Well Disability Services is an Equal
Opportunity Employer.

Sewer, Water &


Dirt Contractor

Bakery
& Deli

a4 day work week - 5th day if available


aPaid training
aDaily guarantee pay
a$500 safety incentive program, pays every 3 months!
aPay starts at 53K+
aPer diem pay on overnight routes
aFormula based pay based on route activity to exceed
daily guarantee!
aQuarterly fuel incentive Pay!
a$1500 driver referral bonus
aAnnual safe driving bonus
aFuel bonus opportunity
aCompany provided uniforms
aMedical/Dental/Life insurance & 401k Retirement Plan
aFree Short Term and Long Term Disability plans
aPaid vacation after 6 months
aPaid Sick time after 60 days
aPaid Personal Holidays after 60 days
aPaid Holidays
aEmployee Credit Union
aAll overnight lodging is paid by Performance
Food Group
aTractors are 2012 and newer day cabs
aTrailers are 28ft. 48ft. (currently converting
to green reefers)
aOnsite maintenance facility with 24/7fleet

CALL TODAY 320-393-5274


OR APPLY ONLINE AT WWW.PFGC.COM
Create an online profile and then
apply for the driving positions in
Rice MN. OR Scan here to apply
online with your smart phone!

Apply online at
or

divinehouse.org

(320) 231-2738

Divine House, Inc.


328 5th St. SW,
Willmar, MN 56201

EOE

OFFICE CLERICAL/DISPATCH

Full Time Mon - Fri, 8-4:30pm. Some weekends.


Good customer service skills.
Knowledge of OTR Trucking preferred
Microsoft, Excel, and telephone experience preferred
Salary based on experience.

SHOP ASSISTANT/TRUCK WASHER


Full Time Mon - Fri, 8-4:30pm. General shop duties.
BENEFITS
Vacation pay Life Insurance 401K Plan
Medical Insurance Direct Deposit

Call for an application


1-800-626-4587
or apply in person
740 Heaton Blvd.
Clearwater, MN 55320

CWTribune April 17, 2015..Page 6


The Clearwater Area
Library located at 740
Clearwater Center.
Preschool Storytime for
children ages 3 to 6 on
Tues, April 21, 11 to 11:30
a.m. Preschool Storytime
builds kindergarten readiness by promoting early literacy skills.
Memory Writers group
for adults will meet Thurs,
April 23, 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Local author Linda Marie
will facilitate the group to
inspire the recording of life
stories. Writing experience
is not required.
For information about
library programs, contact
the
Clearwater
Area
Library at 320-558-6001.
Great River Regional
Library (GRRL) provides
library services at 32 public libraries in Benton,
Morrison,
Sherburne,
Stearns, Todd and Wright
Counties. It provides
Central Minnesota residents with nearly 1 million
books, CDs and DVDs,
250 public computers, programming and information
services.
Monday Closed; Tues. 10
a.m. 1 p.m. and 3 6 p.m.;
Wed 3 8 p.m.; Thurs. 10
a.m. 1 p.m.; Friday 3 6
p.m.; Sat 10 a.m. 1 p.m.
Annandale Library
For more information,
contact the Annandale
library at 320-274-8448.
Annandale Area Public
Library Hours Mon. 2-5,
Tue. 9-1 & 2-5, Wed. 2-8,
Fri. 9-12 & 2-5, Sat. 9-12.
St. Cloud Singles Club
offers social activities each
month and a dance every
third Friday at the Waite
Park Legion from 8 to 12.
Admission is just $5. All
singles are welcome.
For more information
call Harold at 320-3394533 or check out our web
site at www.stcloudsingles.net.
The Board of Education
Personnel & Negotiations
Committee will be meeting at 8:30 a.m. on the following dates in 2015: May
5, June 2, July 7, August 4,
Sept 1, Oct 6, Nov 3 and
Dec 1.
The Board of Education

Finance & Audit Committee will be meeting at


7:30 a.m. on the following
dates in 2015: May 12,
June 18, July 16, Aug 20,
Sept 17, Oct 15, Nov 12,
Dec 10.
The Board of Education
Development Committee
will be meeting at 7:30
a.m. on the following dates
in 2015: May 12, June 9,
July 14, Aug 11, Sept 8,
Oct 13, Nov 10 and Dec 8.
The Board of Education
Integration & Equity
Committee will be meeting at 10:30 a.m. on the
following dates in 2015:
May 14, June 11, July 9,
Aug 13, Sept 10, Oct 8,
Nov 12, and Dec 10.
The Board of Education
Linkages
Community
Committee will be meeting at 12 Noon on the following dates in 2015:
May 14, June 11, July 9,
Aug 13, Sept 10, Oct 8,
Nov 12, and Dec 10.
The Board of Education
Legislative Committee
will be meeting at 8 a.m.
on the following dates in
2015: May 13, June 10,
July 8, Aug 12, Sept 9, Oct
14, Nov 11, and Dec 9.
The Board of Education
Agenda Planning meetings are scheduled at 8:30
a.m. on the following dates
in 2015 for the purpose of
agenda development for
Board
of
monthly
Education meetings and
work sessions:
April 29, May 13, June 3,
June 17, July 1, July 15,
Aug 5, Aug 19, Sept 2,
Sept 16, Oct 7, Oct 14, Nov
4, Nov 11, Dec 2, and Dec
9.
The above meetings will
be held at the District 742
Administration Offices,
1000 North 44th Avenue,
St. Cloud.
COMPOST YOUR
GARDEN
Monday April 20 2 p.m.
at 208 Oak Ave. North,
Maple Lake, by the Hwy.
55 stoplights.
COMPOST
YOUR
GARDEN and let us show
you how to generate a
composted, weed-free, lifelong garden!See a successful 4x4 composted in

Community News

2013 and planted with


seedlings in August 2014
and now getting ready for
the 2015 season.We are utilizing tools to save your
back and enjoy healthy
food from vegetable gardens.Also, a specialized
small-size plant starting
system will be demonstrated.
Come and See: 6:30 pm.
presentation,
Monday,
April 20, 320 963 3690.
The Clearwater-Clear
Lake food shelf is open
Mondays 5:30-7pm, Tues
9-11am and 6-8pm, Wed 35pm and is in the brown
Lions
Community
Building beneath the water
tower in Clearwater. We
service
residents
of
Clearwater and Clear Lake.
THE VISION AND
LEARNING
LINK
Children take two hours to
do 20 minutes of homeShort attention
work?
span?
Smart child performing below potential?
These are signs of children whose vision cannot
endure school's intense
visual demands.
Free workshop for parents and teachers who suspect their children have
this problem. Learn how to
look for the problem on
April 21, from 6 to 7:30 pm
at Omni Vision & Learning
Center 9766 Fallon Ave
Suite 105, Monticello.
Call (763) 314-0664 for
reservations.
CMAB FY16-17 Biennial
Plan Public Hearing
The Central Minnesota
Arts Board will hold two
public hearings to present a
draft of the 2016-2017
Biennial Plan and obtain
comments Thurs, April 30
beginning at 6 p.m. at the
Delano
Great
River
Regional Library, 160
Railroad Ave East, Delano,
and Thurs, May 7 beginning at 4 p.m. at St. Cloud
Great River Regional
Library, 1300 W. St.
Germain Street, St. Cloud,
MN.
Topics Include:
*Needs Assessment Survey
summary
*Overview of CMAB
goals and objectives

*Program changes
*Grant Maximums and
match requirements
*Policy Changes
*Question and Answers
*Comments and Feedback
Toll Free: 866-345-7140*
320-968-4290 * www.centralmnartsboard.org
Clear Lake Unit 354
American Legion and
Legion
American
Auxiliary meets the 2nd
Tues of each month at the
Palmer Town Hall at 7pm.
Volunteer
Drivers
Needed
Wright County Human
Services is looking for people who enjoy driving and
helping their neighbors.
Licensed drivers with current insurance and reliable

vehicles are needed to


transport the elderly to
medical appointments. If
you are looking for a
rewarding activity that
benefits Wright County
residents, consider Volunteer Transportation.
Drivers are reimbursed
for mileage at $.50 per mile
and for meals and parking
incurred outside of the
county.
If you are interested, contact
Kathy
DeMars,
Volunteer Transportation
Coordinator, at 763-6827487, or toll free at 1-800362-3667, ext. 7487.
Do you struggle with
your sleep or CPAP? Join
us for an informal discussion from 5 to 6 p.m. July

16 and Oct. 15 at St. Cloud


Hospital Sleep Center,
1586 County Road 134, St.
Cloud.
If you think you may
have a sleep disorder or
would like more information, please call 320-2510726. Sponsored by St.
Cloud Hospital Sleep
Center.
A Special Olympic team
in
the
Clearwater,
Annandale area! Ready to
get out of the house? Want
to join a team? We'll walk,
run, jump and throw on the
Track and Field team forming NOW.
Open to individuals aged
8 to 88 and ALL ability
levels. Medical release is
required.

more good-paying jobs to


our state.
I know what a significant
impact legislation can have
on Minnesota's economic
climate, both positive and
negative, and I welcome
input from local business
owners and constituents
about what we can do to
improve entrepreneurial
success and spur job creation.
House File 551
In the Higher Education
and Greater Minnesota
Economic and Workforce
Development Committees,
my bill House File 551 was
heard and passed. This
bipartisan legislation establishes a dual training grant
program
with
the
Department of Employment
and
Economic
Development (DEED) to
fund training for occupations in advanced manufacturing, agriculture, health
care services and information technology.
Through a bill passed last
session, the Department of
Labor and Industry was
tasked with providing competency standards for fifteen of the highest need
occupations within those
four areas. This bill would
provide grants for occupations for which the competency standards have been
completed.

Businesses could apply


for this employee training
grant, and the costs would
be shared between the
employer and DEED. The
training would be taught by
Minnesota State Colleges
and Universities (MnSCU)
who have a proven track
record in providing customized training.
Many places around the
state,
particularly
in
Greater Minnesota, are facing shortages of workers
with training in technical
fields. Cutting into our
workforce shortage and
getting more people the
training they need to have
good, high-paying jobs is
beneficial to everyone. I
am pleased this bill is moving forward with strong
support on both sides of the
aisle.
Republicans Release
Budget Targets
Gov. Dayton unveiled his
updated budget recommendations to the legislature to
account for the additional
$900 million our state is
now projected to have for
the FY2016-17 budget.
The governor recommends
the state spend all but $13
million of the $1.9 billion
surplus and wants to
increase General Fund
spending by a substantial
$3.7 billion over last biennium. And what's more,

even with an increased surplus, he still wants to raise


the gas tax by a minimum
of 16 cents per gallon, taking even more from taxpayers.
The House Majority
released a budget resolution, setting targets for
each fiscal committee on
what it should spend in its
respective issue area over
the next two years. Instead
of spending $43 billion as
Gov. Dayton proposes,
Republicans plan to spend
$39.949 billion of the
General Fund, returning $2
billion to Minnesotans
through tax relief and placing $100 million in the
budget reserves.
The Republican budget
focuses on the priorities of
all Minnesotans, and does
so without raising taxes or
growing government faster
than your family's budget.
As always, please feel
free to contact me about
any state legislative issue.
You can e-mail at
Rep.Marion.ONeill@Hous
e.MN or call my office at
651-296-5063. You can
also write a letter to me.
My office address at the
Capitol is 549 State Office
Building, 100 Rev. Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd, St. Paul, MN 55155.

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