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Agriculture - Equipment

FOR SALE FOR SALE: Western Show Saddle, bridle, chinks, spurs and breast collar. Real nice. Call 701-423-5443. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

FOR YOUR CATTLE HAULING needs, 7x34’ trailer, insured. Call Waldo Westrum of Turtle Lake, 448-2498 or 701-220-5819 cell. (Washburn, Washburn Leader-News)

FUEL TANK FOR SALE: 1,000 gal. fuel tank with Gas-Boy pump. $900. Call 701-782-6801, leave message. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

HAY GRINDER FOR SALE: A Mighty Giant Jones hay grinder. Good shape, runs smoothly. Large 1,000 pto, tilt tub. Call 708-321-9065. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

MANURE SPREADER MANURE SPREADER FOR RENT Kuhn 600 cu. ft. Vertical beaters produce a nice spread pattern. $400/day. Call Marv 701-321-3211. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

ROCK NAPPER FOR SALE: 3 pt. Rock Napper. 701-336-7588. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

SAMSON’S CATTLE HAULING 7x24 stock trailer insured. Travis Samson, 701-679-2522 home, 701-836-3043 cell. (Washburn, Washburn Leader-News)

SCRAPER FOR RENT SCRAPER FOR RENT 11 yard pull scraper $250/day $1100/week. Call Marv 701-321-3211. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

Agriculture - Feed Grain Seed

ND17009GT Soybean seed for sale. Registered and certified. Glyphosate tolerant. You can keep your beans as seed for your farm. Call Tyler 701-426-4028. (Washburn, Washburn Leader-News)

OATS STRAW BALES OATS STRAW bales for sale. 701-423-5448 (Linton, Emmons County Record)

Agriculture - Livestock

PIGS BUTCHER PIGS for sale. Call 701-336-7475. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

TURTLE LAKE WEIGH STATION will be shipping cows and bulls out Dec. 27. Have them there by 11 a.m. Call Darin, 701-315-0144. (Washburn, Washburn Leader-News)

Announcements

CONGRATULATIONS I want to congratulate Chad Berger and father, Joe, and bull “Little Jacket” for being inducted to the Medora Cowboy Hall of Fame, PBR Bull-O-Rama. Herb Walther. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

GUN SHOW: Dakota Territory Gun Collector’s Association 6th annual Dickinson Gun Show, Saturday, Dec. 8, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, Dec. 9, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dickinson Astoria Hotel, 701-456-5000. Roger Krumm, 701-851-0129. (Washburn, Washburn Leader-News)

RESPONSIBLE BEVERAGE SERVER training opportunity Responsible beverage server (RBS) training is a free class for everyone who owns, manages, or works in a business that serves alcohol. This two-hour training covers information that will help keep the public safe from alcohol-related harm, while keeping the business and server safe from legal liability. RBS training can be taken in-person or online. Contact Jeanine at Custer Health 701-667-3370 or jhebert@custerhealth.com for more information. Attend a training today! (Washburn, Washburn Leader-News)

WANTED: CASH FOR 100’s or 1000’s of records. 7 inch reels, albums, 45s, 75s, Edison’s. I will come to you and pack. Also buy sports memorabilia. Mike, 701-301-2301 or classicautoman@hotmail.com. (Washburn, Washburn Leader-News)

Announcements - Card of Thanks

THANK YOU SANDWICK—I can’t begin to thank everyone who made my 90th birthday such a success. The potluck with family was so fun. I appreciate the work Tod and Patty did to make it happen. I am grateful for Connie coming from Arizona and Bob and Ken for coming from California, the beautiful cards and gifts and the church surprising me with a beautiful birthday cake. I am blessed. Ruth Sandwick. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

THANK YOU KAUTZ—Bernice W. Kautz would like to thank everyone who attended her 100th birthday party celebration and sent birthday wishes. Many thanks to the staff of the Strasburg Care Center for their assistance and support. It was a memorable day. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

THANK YOU BEITELSPACHER I wish to say thank you for all the cards and well wishes given to me for my 95th birthday. A special thank you to my family for holding an open house for me. It was greatly appreciated. Neil Beitelspacher. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

THANK YOU BROWNRIDGE—The family of Creed Brownridge would like to express our sincere thanks for the many prayers and words of support and encouragement sent to our family throughout these past few months of Creed’s life. The calls, cards, memorials and Masses said in Creed’s name have given us enormous comfort. Our hearts are broken but we are so very grateful for the time we had with Creed. Through this experience we have realized how our lives are filled with the blessings of family and friends who have and will continue to help us through this sad time with love and appreciation. Sarah and Colin Brownridge, Ken and Susan Meidinger, Jessica and Justin Thomas family, Adam Meidinger and Elicia Wald. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

THANK YOU WALD—The family of Katie Wald wishes to express our heartfelt thank you to all our relatives, friends and neighbors for remembering us during our most difficult time with food, cards, flowers, memorials, calls and visits to the house. Your kindness and sympathy was a great comfort to us. We want to express our sincere appreciation to Fr. Shannon Lucht for his kind words, beautiful prayer service and Mass of Christian Burial. Thank you to Myers Funeral Home for their caring services. Thank you to the Hague St. Mary’s Altar Society ladies for preparing and serving the luncheon after the funeral and to anyone who brought food. Many thanks to the Strasburg Care Center for their excellent care provided to Katie during her residency. A special thank you to Allan and Leah Burke for their special tribute to Katie in his “From the Heartland” article. Your kindness and generosity is greatly appreciated. May God bless each and every one of you. Sincerely, the Felix and Katie Wald Family. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

THANK YOU SEYMOUR—We shouldn’t need an excuse to say thank you to our VOLUNTEER Fire Fighters, but it’s sometimes those occasions that come unexpected that have the most impact in saying THANK YOU! They give up their time without any compensation and are worth their weight in gold. It’s important they know their value and we take this time to express our gratitude to the POLLOCK, STRASBURG and HERREID Fire Departments! We are also surrounded by neighbors/dear friends who sacrificed their time for a cause greater than themselves. God bless you all! “Here’s to all volunteers and friends, those dedicated people who believe in all work and no pay.” “Some find their heroes mid the battles strife; the greatest heroes are in private life.” And we can’t forget to thank the families of the fire fighters who cancel or reschedule plans to patiently wait at home. We are so grateful to you all and God bless you! Rick and Kathy Seymour, Mark and Trista Bates and family, Troy and Tonya Holtey and family. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

THANK YOU NIEUWSMA—Family and friends, we would like to thank everyone near and far that texted, called, messaged, sent a card, or visited us since our husband/dad/grandpa’s sudden passing. Thank you to the Hull and surrounding area for helping with the preparing for the funeral service. We appreciate all the kindness and friendship that has been extended to us all. Donnie was a kind and loving man that touched so many lives and will be greatly missed. Nancy Nieuwsma, Jackie and Conrad Suechting and family, Todd and Carrie Nieuwsma and family, David and Stacy Schumacher and family, Mike and Michelle Nieuwsma and family. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

THANK YOU VAN HEUKELOM—Thanks for all the visits and cards on my 96th birthday. Bernice Van Heukelom. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

THANK YOU VANDER WAL—To everyone who knew Daniel and our family, we say thanks for your outstanding support and expressions of sympathy at the time of his passing. By upholding us in prayer, cards, memorials, food, coming to the services and many other ways, you’ve shown your love and concern. Thank you for being there when we needed you. Dan’s family. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

THANK YOU MILLER—The family of Jay Miller would like to extend their heartfelt thank you to the many wonderful people who helped support us during Jay’s illness and passing. Our sincere thank you to Dr. Gray and the staff at Sanford Health for the compassionate and expert care given to Jay. A grateful thanks to Mona Reis for her kind and gentle care. We would also like to thank those who helped us prepare the memorial service. Thank you to the staff at the Myers Funeral Home and Jolene for her guidance. A special thank you to Fr. Eckroth for leading the vigil service and to Fr. Clement for the beautiful Mass. Our thanks to Deloris Wikenheiser, Jolene Silvernagel and Mark Baumgartner for leading the congregation with their lovely music. We also want to thank everyone who took part in the service in honor of Jay, the Mass servers, Communion ministers, scripture readers and gift bearers. Thank you to Tillie Holzer for preparing and serving the delicious meal and to Mitch Kramer for getting the hall organized. The phone calls, cards, prayers, flowers, food, memorials and your presence at the vigil service and/or funeral Mass meant a great deal to us. Although we may not have a full name or address, please accept our sincere thank you if we couldn’t locate you to send a thank you note. The family of Jay Miller. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

Employment

BOOKKEEPER/TELLER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Full-time Teller/Bookkeeping position available at Security State Bank’s Wishek/Lehr locations. Applications available at 102 N Centennial St., Wishek, N.D. or by calling 701-452-2314, contact Brenda Schauer. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

COOK/CUSTODIAN HELP WANTED: Herreid School District 10-1 is seeking a Head of Food Services for our school. Successful personal attributes would include, but not be limited to, the following: be self-motivated, detail oriented and someone who cares deeply for the welfare of 119+ children. This position will be half-time combined with a half-time custodial support as well. Interested candidates should inquire/apply at the school office. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS City of Linton: Director of Public Works. Targeted Hiring Range $42,000 - $55,000 (DOQ) Working under the general direction of the mayor, the Director of Public Works is responsible for directing, scheduling and coordinating the activities and projects in all areas of assignment. The individual is responsible for the day to day operation and long-range planning of the Public Works department. Duties include leadership, management, and oversight of assigned personnel; setting job duties and descriptions; hiring, training, evaluating, and performance management of assigned staff; overseeing the implementation, repairs and maintenance of all City facilities and equipment; managing contracts for engineering and other services needed for the Public Works Department. The City of Linton has an excellent benefit package that includes health, dental, vision and ND PERS retirement. Visit www.lintonnd.org for a full job description. The position will remain open until filled. The city reserves the right to close the job posting at any time. Please send resume and cover letter to cityoflinton@bektel.com. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

HELP WANTED: McClusky Medical Center is looking for someone to clean snow from sidewalks around the clinic. If interested, call 363-2735. (Washburn, Washburn Leader-News)

INTERESTED in a paid internship at your local newspaper? Planning on living at home for the summer? If you’re a college student studying journalism, communications or have interest in learning more about reporting and photography, please send an inquiry to news@bhgnews.com (with a subject of College Internship) before Feb. 4. A paid internship of 8-12 weeks is available to a student who demonstrates an interest in learning, a commitment to a busy summer and is able to live with relatives while working in a fast-paced, fun environment. (Washburn, Washburn Leader-News)

TECHNICIAN DAIRICONCEPTS is looking for a Maintenance Technician at its Pollock, S.D., cheese manufacturing facility. Applicant must have HS diploma or equivalent, two years maintenance experience, prefer 2-year Technical Degree. Wage based on experience, $500 sign on bonus after 90 days, $1,000 after a year. Benefit package available. Apply online at DairiConcepts.com/careers then See Job Opening or call 605-889-2312. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

WANTED: High school student or graduating high school senior interested in a paid summer internship working for your newspapers as a reporter/photographer or graphic designer. Internship would be part-time, minimum of four weeks. Responsibilities would vary based on ability and interest. If you’re interested in learning more, send an inquiry to news@bhgnews.com (with a subject of High School Internship) before Feb. 4. (Washburn, Washburn Leader-News)

Employment - Drivers

SCHOOL BUS Hazelton-Moffit-Brad-dock School is seeking a Route Bus Driver. To apply, please contact Tracy Hanzal at 701-782-6231. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

Employment - Medical

NURSES Strasburg Care Center is hiring for RN/LPN nursing positions. Full-Time, Part-Time, and PRN positions available, competitive wages & benefits. Long term care experience preferred but not required. Call 701-336-2651 for an application or go to our website, www.strasburgcarecenter.org to print an application. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

Merchandise

PIES FOR SALE FOR SALE: 10 inch unbaked frozen apple pies $12 each. 701-336-7180. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

Merchandise - Furniture and Appliances

Used Furniture USED FURNITURE: King bed, $175; 12 sofas and loveseats from $90; 3 dining sets from $80; 30 La-Z-Boy recliners and chairs from $50; corner fireplace/TV center, $270; TV stands from $75; glider rockers from $90; king size drawer pedestal and mattress, $350; queen bed, $90; leather sofa and loveseat, $225. Springan Furniture, 701-628-2413, Stanley. (Watford City, McKenzie County Farmer)

Real Estate - Apartments

1, 2, and 3 BEDROOM apartments for rent in Beulah, Hazen and Washburn starting at $500/mo. Call Kelly at Orange Property Management. 701-861-6095. (Washburn, Washburn Leader-News)

FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished apartment, or 2 bedroom refurbished basement apartment with 1 stall garage, no pets, no smoking, in Washburn. Contact Morris at 462-3204 or 315-0399. (Washburn, Washburn Leader-News)

Real Estate - Residential

FARMHOUSE FOR RENT FARMHOUSE FOR RENT by Strasburg, N.D. with double stall garage. One bedroom, clean, no smoking. Call 701-321-1245. (Linton, Emmons County Record)

Services

JUST A NOTION! is taking in clothing alterations and repair; knit/crochet repair. Call for free consultation! Charlene Binsfeld, Washburn, 701-220-5831. (Washburn, Washburn Leader-News)

WE CLEAN and install all types of flooring including carpets, upholstery, walls, air ducts. Let us clean your boat, camper, under appliances. We have a dump trailer for debris removal. Low rates, cash/check/credit. Prairie Carpet Services, (701) 833-2884 or 448-2883. (Washburn, Washburn Leader-News)

WE HAUL BROKEN vehicles/boats/scrap for free! Cash for some. 701-833-2884 (Washburn, Washburn Leader-News)