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EXPERIENCED CLASS A CDL driver. Experience required with OS/OW permitted loads, with a minimum of 2 years experience loading and unloading heavy equipment on a low-boy trailer. Travel throughout the Midwest. Call 660-656-9506. FORKLIFT DRIVER: flexible hours; detail-oriented. Please contact Weber Seeds, 660886-9998 PART-TIME COMMUNITY RN Flexible hours. $25.00 per hour. Send resume to PTC, P.O. Box 100, Marshall, MO 65340. QC SUPPLY HELP WANTED: QC Supply, a leading distributor of quality agriculture products is looking for help at their Sedalia, MO location. Full-time, great benefits. If interested in working for a growing company, email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to QC Supply, 2700 South Limit Court, Sedalia, MO 65301. Swine Equipment Sales Candidate must have a great work ethic, swine experience, basic computer abilities, excellent communication skills along with a positive attitude. Occasional overnight travel. Full-time, great benefits. Service Technician Candidate must have electrical experience, working knowledge of swine and poultry equipment, and the ability to troubleshoot, repair & install various swine and poultry equipment. RELIEF PHARMACIST position, part-time/full-time. Apply at Missouri Valley Pharmacy, 2303 S. US Hwy 65 Suite B, Marshall, MO 65340. For position information, please contact John Lappin at 816699-2113
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THE MARSHALL HABILITATION CENTER is now taking applications and offering career opportunities on various shifts for: Developmental Assistant I (DA I). These positions are open to individuals who are at least 18 years of age, possess a high school diploma or GED and have a valid Driver's License. Benefits offered are paid vacation, paid sick leave, medical plans and retirement benefits. Report to the Personnel office located in the Spainhower Building, Marshall, MO 8:00am-4:00pm Monday through Friday or call 1-660-831-3057. EEO/AA Employer TWO TRUCK DRIVERS: one propane, one fuel. Must have CDL, HazMat & Class B. Apply at MFA Oil & Propane, 24017 N Hwy 41, Marshall. EOE
APARTMENTS FOR Rent in Slater. Recently remodeled. Sewer, water and trash included. One bedroom $350.00, 2 bedroom $425.00. 886-0182. FOR RENT: Westport Village Senior Housing apartments is accepting applications. 911 S. Apache Dr. All utilities paid, rent based on income. Must be 62 yrs. old or handicapped or disabled. Call Kim at Action Management. 660-631-0030. Relay 711. This institution is an equal housing opportunity provider.
FOR RENT: Now taking applications Westport Gardens Apartments. One & two bedroom units. Call Kim at Action Management. 660-831-0030. TDD: 800-735-2966. This institution is an equal housing opportunity provider. NICE CLEAN partially furnished one bedroom apartment. References & deposit required. No pets. 886-7333 days, 631-1566 evenings. NICE CLEAN partially furnished one bedroom apartments. References & deposit required. Broker/manager. 660-815-2520 NICE STUDIO apartment, furnished with utilities. References, deposit, lease. No kitchen, smoking, pets. $350/month. 660-202-2889 NOW ACCEPTING Applications for 1, 2 & 3 bedroom units. Range, refrigerator, water & sewer provided. Rental assistance is available. Apply at 275 S. Redman or call 660-886-9664. Equal Opportunity Housing.
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UTILITIES PAID studio apartment. Coin w/d. $275-$375. Skouby Enterprises REMGT, (660)886-3358.
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4-5 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, with garage. $450/month or $1500.00 down rent-to-own. 660-287-4685. THREE BEDROOM, one bath, stove & dishwasher. $650 per month. 660-2872958
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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY For Lease. Excellent locations. Near new construction. Energy efficient. 886-8009. FOR RENT: Retail/Office Units, great Odell location. Commercial shop/storage, 4,000+ square feet, insulated/heated, 16' doors. 660229-4700.
MATTRESS SETS: Twin $89.99, Full $99.99, Queen $199.99, Queen Pillowtop $249.99. Dutch Kountry Market & Furniture, 10340 E. Hwy. 50, Knob Noster, MO 65336. 660-563-2941. SLEEP SHOP NOW OPEN inside Better Homes and Bargains. Extended hours, open till 6:00pm on Fridays & 2:00pm on Saturdays. Up to 50% below retail! 7 E. Eastwood, 660-886-5880
BANKS MOVING And Storage Company. Storage units now available, easy access, low rates, video surveillance. 975 W. Jackson. 886-7471, 855-559-7471.
MARSHALL CENTRAL Storage. South Odell and new location on Drake Road. Various sizes both locations. 886-4600.
To receive the Oats Bus schedule for in-town shopping and doctor appointments, call 886-5017. For information for out-of-town shopping and doctor appointments, please call 800-276-6287.
MARSHALL MINI-STORAGE. Hwy. 20 West. U-Store! ULock! Car-Boats-FurnitureEtc. 886-9499 or 886-8268. SOUTH 65 STORAGE. Lowest prices in county. Various sizes. Lighted units. 8868037.
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FORECLOSURE PROPERTIES: Attention home buyers and investors, we are your contact for foreclosure properties in Saline, Pettis and surrounding counties. Price ranges from $20,000 to $200,000. 100% financing may be available for qualified buyers. Call Marshall Realty, 660-886-7776 or stop by our office at 1560 S. Odell.
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PARADE THEME: Story Book Christmas
Judging based on originality, seasonal theme, creativity and float assembly. Prize money provided by KMMO Radio & The Marshall Democrat News.
Tractors & Sprayer: ’12 JD 8335RT w/ 309 hrs.; ’12 JD 8335R w/ ILS & 299 hrs.; ’12 JD 8335R w/ ILS & 287 hrs.; ’09 JD 6430 MFWD w/ loader & 2,252 hrs.; ’13 C-IH Patriot 3330 sprayer w/ 169 hrs. Combine & Heads: ’12 JD S670 4WD combine w/ 357/254 hrs.; ’13 JD 640FD flex draper head; ’09 JD 612C head; (2) JD 635F flex platforms; Unverferth 35’ head cart; J & M 42’ head cart; Unverferth 30’ head cart. Grain Handling: (2) ’09 J & M 1051 “GrainStorm” grain carts; ’09 Unverferth 3750 “Seed Runner” seed tender; Convey-All drive over pit; Convey-All 90’ conveyor; ’09 Convey-All 35’ conveyor; Walinga 614 Deluxe grain vac; ’12 Westfield 100-31 truck auger. Planter, Tillage & Farm Equipment: ’13 JD DB60 24R30” CCS planter; ’13 McFarlane WDL 2060-16 60’ harrow; ’10 Blu-Jet AT4610 25-row side dress liquid applicator; ’12 JD 2210 55 ½’ field cult.; ’10 JD 2210 35 ½’ field cult.; C-IH 496 28 ½’ disk; ’07 Brillion “Zone Commander” 5-shank ripper; ’11 Landoll 2130-19 Coulter chisel plow; ’12 JD HX15 batwing; ’10 Eagle 4A ditcher; Rotary Ditcher 3 pt. ditcher; ’08 Frontier RB2410 heavy duty blade; ’08 Westendorf 12’ box scraper; JD 85” bucket; ’08 Frontier pallet forks; JD grapple. Trucks & Trailers: (2) ’10 Wilson DWH-550 40’ aluminum hopper bottoms; Loadmaster 10’ single axle bumper hitch trailer; (2) Volvo VNL 300 day cab semi trucks w/ 531,638 & 552,246 miles; Traxx 18’ bumper hitch utility trailer; ’76 Raven 40’ flatbed; ’90 Load King 370 “Power Fold” low boy trailer; Transcraft 48’ trailer. Mower, UTV & Misc.: ’13 JD Z970R Z-Trak mower w/ 72” deck & 80 hrs.; ’08 JD 850D 4WD gator; (2) 1,650 gal. & (2) 3,300 gal. SS Precision tanks; (2) Honda 13 hp gas engines w/ pumps; BDC 3000 psi steam power washer; portable air compressor; JD 3200i generator; JD Cat II quick hitch; ATV sprayer; & other tools & misc. Also selling Greenstar Equipment to include: (4) ’12 JD 2630 GreenStar Displays & (6) ’12 JD Starfire 3000 Receivers!
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ACCEPTING BIDS The City of Malta Bend will be accepting bids for the mower/maintenance position for 2014. Bid sheets may be picked up at City Hall on Tuesdays or Thursdays from 8-9:30 a.m. For any questions please call City Hall at 660-595-2451. Bids will need to be submitted no later than December 5th. Proof of insurance will need to be supplied by the winning bidder.
FILING NOTICE Saline County Public Water Supply Dist #1 is hereby giving notice that a Municipal Election will be held on April 8, 2014 for: 2 Board of Directors Each Director serves A three year term Sub-Dist # 4 & 5 Candidates may file for the above office from 9:00 am thru 5:00 pm Tuesday, December 17, 2013 thru Tuesday, January 21, 2014, by contacting Coleen Skouby at 886-3358.
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1st Prize: $200
Non-Profit (cash) 2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50
Business The winner of the business category will receive a Traveling Trophy, which means the winner has the trophy for a year and at next years parade the trophy will be given to the new winner and so on each year.
Individual $100 cash
Rules: All floats must have sponsor’s name on them. No candy may be thrown from floats. You may walk and hand out candy to the crowd. No Santa allowed on any float. ATV’s are not allowed. Santa will be visiting with children in the Courthouse Rotunda immediately following the parade. Enter through the North door of the Courthouse. They will also be writing letters to Santa and making an ornament to place on the tree. Pictures are sponsored by your Marshall Wal-Mart and will be available for pick up at the Chamber Office located on 214 N Lafayette on Tuesday, December 10th between 9a-4p.
PARADE ROUTE & LINE UP: Line up is between 5:00 & 5:30 p.m. Judging will take place between 5:30 & 6:00 p.m. The parade will start at 6:00 p.m. Each entry will be provided a number so it is imperative that you sign up at the Chamber office by December 2nd. Any late entries will be placed in the back of the parade. Line up will begin at the ConAgra parking lot. Route will begin at the corner of English/Banquet Rd and Arrow, proceed East on Arrow, North on Jefferson St., West on North St., South on Lafayette, West on Court St. and disband at the ConAgra parking lot. Once we have received your application we will send you information on the designated areas for pick ups and drop offs. Please fill out the form below and send to the Chamber office or give us a call. Each entry will have a number.
Marshall Chamber of Commerce 214 N Lafayette Marshall, MO 65340 660 886-3324
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Center for Human Services Director’s greeting: Creating opportunities, changing lives Milton Berle was once quoted as saying, “If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.” The staff and board of the Center for Human Services have assisted people with disabilities to build doors of opportunity for 58 years. We now serve 3,000 people with disabilities in 33 counties. A child with a disability learns to eat by himself, and his mother is able to continue her education through supports from the Missouri First Steps program and the Early Head Start Program. A woman with disabilities living in an apartment in the community has many friends and shares her favorite recipe with them. A man with a disability gets a job. A young woman with disabilities is able to follow her dream of becoming an artist. A man with disabilities earns his four-year degree and shares his knowledge by working as a tutor. These are all examples of doors of opportunity that were opened this year through services and supports offered by the Center for Human Services. Were people’s lives changed because they had opportunities? All you have to do is ask them. As you read through this special edition, you will see some of the exciting opportunities experienced by individuals living and working in this community. More opportunities are on the horizon. Thank you for being a continuing part of opening doors of opportunity for people with disabilities living in Saline County. Ann Graff Executive Director/CEO
Saline County Activity Center – 10 years strong
The Saline County Activity Center (SCAC) celebrated 10 years of service in March this year. SCAC was designed by the Center for Human Services to accommodate individuals with disabilities when they do not have a goal to work or because they have retired. SCAC is an alternative to working. It is here to promote learning to do things the program participants enjoy; such as playing games, reading, gardening, exercise, going on outings, learning about nutrition and cooking, creative writing and crafts. Activities have varied through the years, changing in large part to accommodate the wishes and interests of the variety of individuals SCAC have served. One consistent activity has been community outings. Outings can be local or in nearby communities. The program participants shop for supplies at local retailers, learning budgeting by comparison shopping.
There are certain businesses that participants request to visit regularly. They proudly share purchases with others upon their return. Some of the more recent activities include participating in the weekly exercise program in Slater, annually attending the Slater Fall Festival, and volunteering at a local retirement facility. Activities that promote creativity have also found a consistent place at SCAC. Crafts, both for sale and to take home, are obvious creative outlets. Consumers have also written and finished stories,
planted gardens, held cooking classes and made paper quilted wall hangings. Talent shows, dancing and sing alongs are other avenues of creativity. Volunteers have assisted SCAC participants to broaden their scope of hobby and leisure activities. Participants have learned about exercise, veterans, arranging flowers, historical events and even motorcycles. Musical guests have entertained. Others have shared their prowess in the kitchen baking breads and making pumpkin treats. SCAC is 10 years old, but we’ve just begun. While much has been accomplished in the past, there is still more to learn and do. We are looking forward to celebrating many more milestones in the coming years.
Brittani achieves personal and professional successes Brittani Michaels exemplifies the possibilities which exist within the Department of Employment Services at Center for Human Services. She is a charismatic young lady that exudes potential. Brittani first came to employment services due to some difficulties she had previously had within the local community attempting to maintain employment without any sort of training and/or supports. Brittani, although a bit discouraged, had the strong desire to work and be a part of her community. Brittani began working in the organizational employment program at CWI and quickly utilized the self-advocacy techniques which are an inherent part of the employment services department. She approached staff stating her desire to obtain successful community employment. At this same time, the Marshall Job Preparation program was conducting an apprenticeship at a local day habilitation program. Brittani conveyed her interest to attend the program and to
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see if it would be something that she might like. Brittani easily won over the staff at the community program and began expressing more interests in community employment opportunities. Throughout this time, Brittani worked with her service coordinator to obtain a referral to the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation to assist Michaels in her pursuit of community employment. Brittani was selected and chose the Center for Human Services Employment Solutions program to assist her in obtaining a job in the local community. Staff assisted Brittani in matching her skills and interests with local jobs. Michaels interviewed and was selected to work at Missouri Valley College. Michaels enjoys the independence that accompanies her newfound employment. Michaels received job coaching for a while after her placement and now works independently at the college. We are proud of Michaels and congratulate her on her personal and professional successes.
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Delia worked hard to live independently Delia Hufford lives independently in her own apartment in Marshall. During the past year, she started working with Barb Kelliker, community support coordinator. Delia worked hard at learning to balance her checkbook, pay her bills in a timely manner and budget her money so that she had money left at the end of each month. Recently, Delia decided to join the YMCA. Delia’s physician suggested it, as Delia wanted tips on how to live a healthier lifestyle. Barb took Delia to the “Y” and showed her all that it offered. Delia decided that she wanted to join and walk the track, also visiting with peers. Delia expressed to Barb that she feels better about herself now and is excited to continue growing in a positive way.
Payton, a Shinning Star Payton is a beautiful 2 1/2-year-old girl living at home with her parents, Zachary and Annie. She is a typical two-year-old – running around the house playing with her toys, watching cartoons and exploring everything. She loves to swing, ride her rocking horse and swim. Payton is an up and coming singing star. During any visit with Payton you can catch her performing one of her favorite tunes. Payton is a happy little girl who is full of life; however, her journey has had some challenges. Annie had a typical pregnancy and, although long, labor and delivery had no major complications. Payton was sent home from the hospital after three days. She seemed healthy and to be developing just as any other baby Annie knew. It wasn’t until Payton was about 3months-old when friends and family where mentioning that Payton’s eyes were rolling back and crossing frequently. Annie and Zachary still figured she just had not gained control over her eyes yet and it would come as she grows. Annie’s biggest scare came shortly after a normal baby check up when her doctor took one quick look at Payton, thought she was having seizures and rushed them off to Children’s Mercy to see a specialist. It wasn’t until after Payton had undergone several test and seen multiple specialist that seizures were ruled out and she was diagnosed with Optic Nerve Hypoplasia (ONH) or visual impairment. While working with the doctors at Children’s Mercy, Annie learned of the Missouri First Steps Program. Missouri First Steps services are provided through an Early Intervention Team model for babies and toddlers age birth to three years. Children can qualify for First Steps if they have a diagnosed medical condition associated with developmental delays, or a significant delay in one or more areas of development. Services are provided in the
child’s natural environment, where an early interventionist works directly with the child and family to address the family’s concern with their child’s participation in daily routines. Payton started receiving occupational therapy and special instruction services through First Steps right away. Early interventionist visited Payton in her home weekly. As Payton started getting older she was becoming more sensitive to her surroundings. She did not like to be touched, touching things or going out to places that were noisy or had crowds of people. It was hard for Annie and Zachary to attend family gatherings, go to a restaurant or take Payton to a birthday party. Annie said that through the help of her Early Intervention Team she was able to learn some of the basics – like constantly talking to Payton to explain to her what is going on around her and using phrases like “it is on your left or right, in front of you or behind you” – for teaching Payton to get around in her environment despite her visual impairment. Payton is now able to tolerate going to parades, birthday parties and attends a gymnastics class at the YMCA. Elecia Eskew, special instructor-mobility specialist, has introduced a walking cane to Payton and has taught her to use it to explore environments outside of her home. Annie stated she was not sure how Payton would do with this, but is happy that she took right off and is using it more and more. Julie Keckler, special instructor, and Liz Ambrose, speech and language pathologist, have been working with Payton and demonstrating hand over hand strategies to help Payton learn to eat independently with special dishes that are high sided and have suction cups on the bottom. Julie Keckler, early intervention specialist, said, “Annie does a good job meeting Payton’s specials needs. She always takes our sugges-
Payton tions and tries to work them into Payton’s everyday routine.” Payton is quickly approaching three and will be aging out of the First Step Program. Payton’s service coordinator and early intervention team is working closely with local programs to help Payton transition into other educational programs so she may continue to receive services.
Annie said, “I know Payton will have other challenges to overcome, but Payton would not be where she is at today without the help of the providers with First Steps.” Annie says they are blessed to have had all the services and various providers. Payton has grown by leaps and bounds and will continue to overcome any challenge she is faced with.
Steve adds many life experiences Steve Rife has spent most of his life in Marshall. Center for Human Services became involved in Steve’s life in early 2012. At that time, Steve was having doubts about his place in the world and who he was. He also wanted to work so that he could pay his bills. Steve started attending Marshall’s Adult Day Wellness Center. Here, he found friends and people that cared about him and his well-being. They assisted him in self-help skills. Steve called his service coordinator on a regular basis talking about how much he loved going to the wellness center and that the people there were great. However, he still wanted a job and a better place to live. Steve was able to put some money aside with help from his team and go winter clothes shopping. Steve wanted to “stay local” as he believed the community had done so much for him he wanted to give back any way that he could. During Steve’s shopping trip, he kept referring to his children and that he just could not feel good about buying himself stuff without buying something for his children. He picked out an outfit and new pair of shoes for each child and had them gift wrapped at the store. He could not wait to get home and call to have them visit so he could give them the gifts.
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Steve also needed to find a more economical place to live, somewhere that he could have close neighbors and make friends. Steve and his service coordinator applied at many places and a month later, Steve found an apartment with a much more affordable rate. Steve moved in and started meeting people immediately. Some of Steve’s friends worked at CWI (CHS Cooperative Workshops, Inc.) and Steve was interested in applying for a job there. CWI had a job available and Steve was called in to interview. He interviewed with the CWI manager and was hired. Steve is now happier than ever; he has a new home that is affordable, a new job and friends to watch the football games with. A year later, he is still employed with CWI, still has his home and friends. He has also added many life experiences under his belt. He went on his first vacation, which included flying on a plane. He also went to a WWE match and got to buy souvenirs. He attended the Missouri State Fair with a couple friends. Life is good. CHS Service Coordination provides advocacy and assists individuals with disabilities to develop their hopes, dreams, needs and wants.
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Tractors & Sprayer: ’08 JD 7830 MFWD w/ 1,786 hrs.; ’05 JD 7820 MFWD w/ 4,028 hrs.; ’04 JD 7520 MFWD w/ loader & 4,346 hrs.; ’60 IHC 460 diesel; ’53 Farmall Super M; JD 746 loader w/ 8’ bucket; ’92 Willmar 745 self propelled sprayer. Combine & Heads: ’08 JD 9770 STS 4WD combine w/ 1,379/870 hrs.; ’05 JD 893 8RN; ’09 JD 630F 30’ flex platform; P & K 2010 30’ head cart; head hauling trailer. Dozer – Excavator – Scraper: ’79 Cat D6D dozer; ’87 Kobelco K907 LC-II excavator; Murray 6 yard scraper. Semis – Trucks – Trailers – Cattle Pot: ’05 IHC 9400i semi w/ 823,000 miles; ’99 Freightliner Century semi w/ 630,000 miles; ’05 Neville Built 42’ steel hopper bottom; ’97 Chevrolet Kodiak C8500 rock truck; ’70 Ford F600 grain truck; ’09 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4WD crew cab pickup w/ 63,000 miles; ’03 GMC Sierra 2500HD reg. cab pickup w/ 69,000 miles; ’11 H & H Speed Loader 22’ tilt-deck trailer; ’02 Merritt Cattle Drive 53’ aluminum cattle pot; ’77 Hyster low boy trailer; ’75 Fontaine 53’ drop deck; ’75 Chevrolet C60 truck; ’84 Coon 27’ implement trailer; 8’ utility trailer. Farm Equipment – Hay & Silage: ’09 Salford 570RTS 18’ vertical tillage tool; ’96 C-IH 4800 32’ field cult.; ’05 DMI 2500 in-line ripper; JD 230 21’ disk; ’04 Delta 42’ flex chain harrow; Demco 950 grain cart; ’86 Brent 820 grain cart; ’96 Knight Big Auggie 3575 TMR mixer wagon; Hutchinson 68’x 10” auger; Westfield S10-9 unloading auger; ’07 Rem 2500 HD grain vac; ’90 UFT 5014 grain drill; ’80 JD 7000 16RN no-till planter; JD 7000 4RN planter; Kinze bean meters; ’11 JD 568 large round baler; ’11 JD 946 14’ center pivot moco; ’13 Kuhn Speedrake SR 600 GII 16-wheel rake; ’11 Krone 6-basket hay tedder. UTV – ATV – Misc.: ’11 Polaris Ranger 4WD; ’08 Polaris 800 4WD ATV; Katolight PTO generator; portable feed bunks; misc. grain bin parts; JD front & rear weights; large quantity of scrap iron. Also: JD Starfire 3000 Receiver & JD GS3 2630 Display.
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