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Thursday, March 31, 2011 Classifieds CaU us today: (320) 398-5000 Page 11 For Rent Help Wanted Garages with openers avail. Heat induded. Intercom-controlled entry. Laundry facilities. Walking distance to schools. I-BR's starting at $490 1BR + den starting at $510 2-BR's starting at $525 3-BR's starting at $610 Wanted Apartments include vertical blinds, dishwasher, carpet, air conditioning. Freshly painted and dean. Work Wanted Automotive Professionally managed by Kleinman Realty Company (763) 572-9400. WWW.KRCAPARTMENTS.COM m. m i iiii FOR RENT: 1- and 2-BR apts. in Watkins. Rural Development garbage, water & sewer. Rental Assistance may be available. (320) 764-5600 Equal Housing Opportunity ii i FOR RENT: 1-BR apadment in Kim-Haven senior complex in Kim- ball. Handicap or disabled; rental assistance avail. Section 8 accept- ed. Call (320) 398-5706. Equal Housing OpporbJnity Provider. 39-tfr JUNK CAR removal service. We pay cash for your junk car. (800) 39843566. tfr Services Cold Spring Aucti00)ns contact Mary or Don w/12 mOnlSme, for=wpplicants: 1400320"685"86502 " Street South Paynesville Rldgeview Court 2 BR- s5601mo. 3 BR- =610/mo. TOWNHOMES L Garage Sales Place Eden 2 BR Valley First Month's Rent- FREE w112 m0 lease for new applicants. Heat included! Cat allowed. Income limits apply for all units PLEASe cott'AC'r JUDY 888-203-9301 EXT. 75 or e-mail: judy( 150 HUTCHSSON AVeNUe GROWTH AND OPPORTUNITY For Sale Lost & Found Buildings BEHLEN BUILDING DISTRIBUTOR 40x80, 50x100'g88/782_7040tage fsands. Behlen Indusies, huge Spfing62x120' 68xl 50'discuntS'Lp. Call no Jim, TakeSave thuadvan- Opportunities ONUNE TRAINERS WANTED Learn and train to operate a miniofficeoet from home. Free online training. Flexible hours. Great income, M Miscellaneous HIP REPLACEMENT SURGERY: If you had hip replacement surgery between 2005-present and suffered problems requiring a second revision surgery, you may be entilJed to compensation. Attorney (;,hades Johnson 800/535-5727 M FOUND: Diamond ring, in KAHS parkingFOUND:398.50001t'PairCallof tred/wineoloredidentify: (320)_ZL eyeglasses, left at alumni basket- ball tournament Feb. 5 at the high school. Call (320) 2930458 to clam FOUND: Jump drive, left at Kimball Post Office. Describe and claim it at TriCounfy News office. 32j_ FOUND: Duffle bag with youth soccer equip., on Hwy. 55 be- tween Kimball and Annandale. Identify to claim at Tri-County News office. 37-/ FOUND: Truck keys found on 145th SL, Kimball. Identify and claim at Tri- C'y News oflh f APARTMENT FOR RENT IN BELGRADE 1-BR apt. with 1 bathroom Off-street parking Affordable rent Heat + electric included Call Cheryl at: (320) 685-7771 EHO Deale WanlY: Look- ing for vendors. We have a lot of great business space to display your anlJques, crafts, or gift items (no junkD. In SoL@ Haven area. (320) 492-2867. .7._ ROOFING, CARPENTRY, remod- eling, doors and windows. Gary Klein Const. (.320) 764-2645.13#n Wedding receplion/ceremony reservations now being taken for 2011 Call Powder Ridge at (320) 398-7200. 2-t Consignment Hay Auction: Hwy. 55 Maple Lake Country Store, 11 a.m. Sat., April 2. Call (320) 963-3137 ext. 27 (Dick Behm). www.auc' (auc- tioneer ID #1278) , VEHICLE REBUILDERS Erusiasts, parts suppliers and dealers can become members of and Sal- FREE by visiting WhySal- vageDirectcom/minnesota2 or calling 814/8270300. Meron code: MN31DAY M8 ONUNE AUCTIONS at www.auctionmn. corn are fun and easy. Now selling: guns, gas pumps, metal signs, coins, coilect- ibles, much more. Delivery available. Consignments welcome, www.auctionmn. com]fi3/421-2099 M HELP WANW_D: Part-time server at2 Kimballl/4 hoursElementaryper day. ApplySChl'at KAHS high school food service office. 6gA HELP WNI'ED: Drivers. Co. CDL-A 2 years exp. Good pay and benefits. Paid loaded/unloaded. No touch. Work 7-10 days & some weekends. 8006334129 x304. ATI'N: COMPUTER WORK Work from any- where 24/7. Up to $1,500 part time to $7,500/mo. Full ]]me. Training provided. or call 888/'30# 2847 t SOFTWARE ENGINEERS Programmers with C+, .NET or C# experience or train- ing. High pay scale. Aa Software, Inc. A rapidly growing erie provider, bruces@ aa' - MYRL AND ROY'S PAVING Quarry Superin- tendent. Basic operation and maintenance of heavy equipment. Knowledge of crush- ing, screening and washing opera'dons, drilling and blaslJng ledge rock, MSHA regulations, accident prevention and loss corfol, Oral and written communicas, Problem soMng and decision making, Planning and scheduling, Cost and pro- duclJon corol. CompeSJve wages and benefits. Apply at 1300 N Bahnson Ave., Sioux Falls SD. 605/3.340468. wvwv. EOE/Drug Free Workplace. A-I-rENTION EDUCATORS Alaska school districts are hiring teachers, adminisa- tors and counselors. Alaska Teacher Placement is hosting job fairs in: Minne- apolis, MN on April 101. Visit www.alas- or e-mail atp@email.alaska. edu for more information, tv8 RDO EQUIPMENT CO. lfs time for a change. Competitive wages, benefits, training, profit sharing, opportuni'des for ,5 SigngreatonCUltureBonus available and innvatin'for Ser- vice Technicians. Go to www.rdoequip- mentcom to learn about your future! M- CHURCH RUMMAGE SALE: Apnl 2 from 8:30 a.m_l p.m. Bag sale from 12-1 p.m. Household, clothes, books, etc. at Zion United Methodist in SOL@ Haven. 48 DRIVERS NEEDED: Eam up to $45,000 ReN'perence needed. Training classes start week -yearSwilt'+benefs'werner &Gethers'prehiredHo experiwtn ly. Call 877/4596044 M WE PLACE DRIVERS and O/O's at a place you want to drive[ Hometime, pay, bonus es, you tell us. Apply at www.dggsandre emits.corn or 877/626-0687 - GREAT MILES - GREAT HOMETIME Musl be Canadian eligible. 3,000 miles weekly. Up to $0.46. Monthly performance be nuses. Great benefits. 1,000+ trip lengl. Home every 7-10 days. 877/967-7648 M8 DRIVER Strong freight Regional or ex- press lanes. F/T or P/l-. Local oriental. Daily or weekly pa CDL-A, 3 monlhs current OTR experience. 800/414-9569 www.driveknighLcom Ma As one of the primary employers in the Paynesville area, Paynesville Area Health Care System is continually looking for motivated, dedicated and compassionate people who ore passionate about defivering the best in health care services. Nursing Assistant, Registered Food Service Assistant Food Service Assistant-Driver For more information, visit our Web site today at FOR SALE: CeCal Boiler Out- door Furnaces -Winter Sale Re- bate on now. Class-Act Outdoor Furnace. (763) 972-6255. Class 2o A WINDOWS $179 Any size. Installation included. Unbeatable pricer Unbeatable qual Lifetime warranty!. Tax credit avail- able! Insured/Year-Around-lnstallal]on. Four or more. Visit www.greensourcewindows. com or call 888/6909892 FREE! FREE! FREE! No more movie tick- ets! Watch all movies, all channels, adult, news, sports & more! No mordhly bills. Money back guarantee. 800/605-9651 t#a SAWMILLS Band/Chainsaw- Spring Sale- Cut lumber any dimension, anytime. Make money and save money. In stock ready to ship. Starbng at $995.00. 800/578- 1363 ext. 300N www.NorwoodSawmills. cam/JEaN MZ Tired of Jobs? We have 30+ positions available at our Hancock Concrete, Westmor, and Superior DMsions. Day & Night ShiE Positions (20% night prem,) MIG Wding Fu, Benefit - BCS Company pays 75% of Med Premium Company paid Life, Long & Short Term Dis. Want a Career!! Welders, Saw Operator, Paint, Assembly, Repair Techs, Concrete Precast Forms & Finishers I Matding 401k Re, foment Funds - W' Company Growth comes Opprffdes[ Weld Training Center: in to cedcation Paid Weetdy, Drect Depasit ry Oean Sops & Clean Air To apply, contact HR Department at 320.589.2406 or Culture of Opportunity 16% annual growth rate Employees in 18 states Facilities in 5 states Products on 6 continents EOE www. tricountynews.MN