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Thursday, October 22, 2009 Tri-County News Kimball, MN Page 15 IN For Sale Lost & Found Help Wanted FOR RENT: I-BR aparh-nent in GUTTERS! Seamless, 15years LOST: Male Sheltie/Min. Col- FOR SALE: Lumber from garage HELP WANTED: Kimball Area Kim-Haven senior ci zen complex experience. Senior discount, lie dog, 6 mi. SW of Kimball. and shed already taken down, High School is seeking a para- in Kimball.Forseniorc zen, handi- (320)236-7785. tfn-A Reward! (320) 398-8812 or includin whole sides and ends. professional, 6.75 hours/day. 2 (320! 764-2241. 35-3 / capped or disabled. Rental assis- (320) 266-0669. 37-AFOR SALE: Handembroidered years post-high school educa'don, tance available, Sec. 8 accepted. (320) 398-5706. Equal Housing dish towel sets, $20. (320) 398- AA degree, or successflJI comple- Oa[ ortunitv Provider. 36- r JUNK CAR removal service. J 8433. 36404 ,on of the Para Pro Assessment FOR REICr: Mobile home norbh We pay cash for your junk car. I FOR SALE: Wilton wood clamps, required. Please send letter of ap- of Kimball on Hwy. 15. (320) 249- (800) 398-0566.GRAINPROOESSINGPLANTforsaleNDgo- 7" plate, 10" throat, $40 ea. or plicafion and resume to: Erik Wid- 2111. 0-36-37 I n__ ~_,_s_, _ ing concem; excellent conclilion. Equipped 3/$100. (320) 252437861 36-384 vey, High School Principal, PO Box ~ I for food grade, cerlJfied seed, most grains.FOR SALE: Building, 16x24 to beooen368' untiIKimballfilled.MN 55353. Position37A Rail access. Room for expansion. Cordact: moved or taken down. (320) 398- COMBINED INSURANCE is seeking a sales FOR SALE: Slide-in pickup alantsale175@ - 2534 or leave message. 374 -f agent for local area. Paid ffaining and Wavedy Community Homes camper for 3/4-ton pickup; CASH VEI DING[ Do you earn $800 ONE PIECE HYI ,RAULIC" DOORS I y- comprehensive benefits package. Corn- in a day? Your own local vending route. Schweiss Doors. New' hydraulic doors plete training. Non-licensed candidates inWaverly pop-up. $1,895. Can be seen Includes 25 machines and candy all for for farmshops/airplane hangars. Low encouraged to apply. CalVe-mail Sarah at at School Section Lake. (320) $9.995.888/-/76-3066 t#37headroom required, easy to install. Visit us 866/367-5693 or sarah.schaefer@com- $375-$400/month & 398-2751. 0-36-37 Automotive Opportunities Rec. Vehicle $390-$415/month 800./7468273 M-37 EOE-M./F./D./V t#37 Rental Assistance may be Available Call Beth (888) 203-9301 for an application EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY Garage Sales Garages with openers avail. Heat included. 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 Apartments include vertical blinds, dishwasher, carpet, air conditioning. Freshly painted and clean. Professionally managed by Kleinman Realty Company (763) 572-9400. WWW.KRCAPARTMENTS.COM 2 Bedroom Townhomes To leam about our current rent specials, please contact Robyn or Gordon 320-243-2010 324 Spruce Street Cold Spring Rent includes heat. 320-685-8650 Ridgeview Court Income limits apply for all units 4-FAMILY GARAGE SALE at 580 Hazel Ave. E., Kimball. Saturday, Oct. 24, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Rugs, crocheted items, clothes, & misc. p-37 ABLE TO TRAVEL: Hiring eight people, no experience necessary, b'ansporta on & lodging furnished, expense paid aining. Work/ avel entire U.S. Start immediately Call 208/591- 0619 M37 DRIVERS NEEDED: Make $42,000+ your first year driving Great benefits! No expe- rience necessary. Training classes start weekly in MonlJcello, Saint Paul and Pine City. Call 877/4596044 ~37 HUGE HOUSEHOLD SALEff Friday, Oct. 23'd Saturday Oct. 24th We sold our cabin - too much stuff! Broyhill dresser & armoire, glass front pine hutches, Queen Ann chair, misc. furniture, Dishes, pots & pans, cooking utensils, baking pans, serving dishes, home d~cor, bedding, towels, clothing, vcr movies, Cds, toys, Holiday decorations, Step 2 play set, too much to list!! Kimball Area Emergency I Food Shelf l Inc. St. Anne's Church in Kimball Also open 2nd Monday of the month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. tel. (320) 398-221 1 For after-hours emergencies, call one of the area churches, We have Plat Books with 9-1-1 addresses and legal land descriptions from $23.00 + tax downtown Kimball (320) 398-5000 2 Bedroom Apartments. Rent includes heat. '515 per month Income limits apply for all units TO LEARN ABOUT OUR CURRENT RENT SPECIAl_S, PLEASE CONTACT JUDY 888-203-9301 ExT. 75 150 HUTCHESON AVENUE Editors and reporters are well aware of the impactof their decisions regarding what stories to cover and how. They try to be fair and responsible. They also strive to avoid slander or libel. Not only would they put the newspapers in financial and legal jeopardy, but they would also undermine its credibility. Newspaper managers also face the problem of how to balance editorial and advertising content. The two are handled out of separate departments to avoid a conflict of interest. Kimball, Minn. (320) 398-5000 www. tricountynews.MN Fhis ad is adapted from a series produced by the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association Foundation Newspaper In Education Committee.