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The Mora School District will join school districts throughout the state to salute their local education leaders during Minnesota’s annual School Board Recognition Week February, 20-24. The commemorative week is designed to recognize the contributions made by Minnesota’s school board members, including the Mora School Board, who are charged with governing public education under state law. Minnesota school board members are chosen by their communities through election or appointment to manage local schools. They oversee multimillion dollar budgets that fund education programs for more than 825,000 students in approximately 2,000 schools. Their personnel decisions affect more than 52,000 teachers and thousands of administrators and support workers.

FEB. 23 THE BUSY HOUR CLUB The Busy Hour Club will meet at Lorraine Oslin’s home at 1 p.m. FEB. 23 LEARN TO DO TAXES Mora Community Ed has arranged for IRS certified coaches to help taxpayers prepare their own tax returns using free online software. A coach will guide persons through the process of preparing and fi ling a simple tax return free of charge. There is no cost to attend, but preregistration is required as class size is limited. Call Mandi Yoder in the district office at 320-679-6200. Additional dates scheduled are March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 and April 6, 13.

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FEB. 23 TODDLER STORYTIME The Mora Public Library invites children ages 18 months to 3 years old to storytime at the library beginning at 11 a.m. FEB. 24 55+ DRIVER IMPROVEMENT COURSE The four-hour refresher course will be offered from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. at the Mora High School, Community Ed. room No. 238. Persons age 55 and older who complete the initial eight-hour course and maintain the four-hour refresher course every three years are eligible for a 10 percent discount on their auto insurance. Prergistration is required and a fee is charged for the course. For more information or to register call 888-234-1294. Th is course is now available online as well by going to www. mnsafetycenter.org. FEB. 27 DALA BUSINESS WOMEN The public is invited to come to Freddie’s Pine Room in Mora for social hour at 5 p.m. and dinner at 5:30 p.m. At 6 p.m. the program will be “Incredible Journeys” featuring

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FEB. 19 SNOWMOBILING SPORT SHOW On Sunday, Feb. 19 the public is invited to a free ‘Celebrate Wisconsin Snowmobiling’ sport show at their annual event in Siren, Wisconsin from noon to 4 p.m. at The Lodge at Crooked Lake. Meet Herb Howe, winner of the first-ever 1966 Winnipeg-to-St. Paul International 500 Cross-Country Race and 2015 Snowmobile Hall of Fame inductee. Browse the vintage snowmobile show and visit the snowmobile-related vendors and displays. View the racing snowmobiles and learn about local snowmobile clubs and see their ‘groomer’ equipment exhibit. Sign up for door prize drawings and a special vacation package drawing. Sample award-winning cheeses at the Burnett Dairy booth and take a ride on a 1918 Model T Ford Snowcoach. For more information contact the Siren/Burnett County Tourism Information Center, 800-788-3164, or Siren Chamber of Commerce, 715-349-8399, or view details online at VisitSiren.com and AWSC.org. FEB. 19 & 20 OPEN SKATING AND HOCKEY On Sunday, Feb. 19 there is adult open hockey at 7:30 p.m. at the Pine City Civic Center. On Monday, Feb. 20 there is open skating from 2-3 p.m. followed by open hockey from 3-5:30 p.m. Call 320-629-6995 for

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HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8 am-5:30 pm; Sat. 8 am-3 pm cost or more information, or visit www.pinecityciviccenter.weebly. com. FEB. 20 NORTHERN EXPOSURES The Northern Exposures Photo Club will meet on Monday, Feb. 20, 7 p.m., at the Kanabec History Center in Mora. Members will share their photos from this month’s theme, “Portrait of Someone.” The program for the evening is a DVD on National Geographic Travel Photography. Members will view and discuss the presentation. Contact wmehlan@ hotmail.com with any questions. FEB. 21 REP. NOLAN MOBILE OFFICES Members of U.S. Congressman Rick Nolan’s (MN-8) staff will be available to meet with constituents during “Congress Comes to You” meetings on Tuesday, Feb. 21 at the Pine City Senior Dining Site at 11:30 a.m., followed by a meeting at the Pine County Courthouse at 2 p.m. For additional dates/locations visit http://nolan.house.gov/congresscomes-to-you-schedule. FEB. 22 ADULT OPEN HOCKEY On Wednesday, Feb. 22 there is adult open hockey at 8:15 p.m. at the Pine City Civic Center. Call 320-629-6995 for cost or more infor-

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FEB. 22 SRVCC MEETING The next meeting of the Snake River Valley Conservation Club (SRVCC) will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 7 p.m., at the Roger Vacinek residence. Bring a cordless drill, driver bits, tape measure, etc. to assemble bird houses. Contact Mark Madison at mmadison@northlc.com with any questions.

MARCH 1 DRIVER IMPROVEMENT REFRESHER A 55+ driver improvement course (four-hour refresher) will take place on Wednesday, March 1 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Pine City High School. Preregistration is required. To register call 888-234-1294, or visit www.mnsafetycenter.org.

FEB. 23  55+ DRIVER IMPROVEMENT COURSES A 55+ driver improvement course (four-hour refresher) will take place on Thursday, Feb. 23 from 1 to 5 p.m., with a second session from 5:30-9:30 p.m., at Hinckley High School. Preregistration is required. To register call 888-234-1294 or visit www.mnsafetycenter.org. FEB. 25 & 26  SHOOTERS’ ASSOCIATION GUN SHOW Buy, sell and trade at the PTCC Shooters’ Association 34th Annual Gun Show on Saturday, Feb. 25, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, Feb. 26, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Pine Technical & Community College, 900 4th St. SE, Pine City. Admission is free for children under 12. For more information, follow PTCC Shooters’

MARCH 2 BIOTERRORISM IN MINNESOTA On Thursday, March 2 the public is invited to a free presentation on how Minnesota deals with bioterrorism threats from 7-8 p.m. at Anoka-Ramsey Community College, room G202, in Cambridge. Minnesota Department of Health Biosafety Outreach Coordinator Eric Lundquist’s presentation will include a discussion of Minnesota’s involvement in the Center of Disease Control’s Laboratory Response Network, the Department of Homeland Security’s Biowatch program, and Minnesota’s State role in the Minnesota Laboratory System network of clinical labs. He will be giving accounts of actual cases that have occurred in Minnesota and how they were handled. For more information visit AnokaRamsey.edu.


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Community Education has joined the latest craze and hosted a nature scene Canvas Painting Class. The instructor of “Painting with Charlene” walked everyone through the process while painting this beautiful 12” X 16” nature scene on canvas. Participants with all skill levels enjoyed an evening out and were able to bring home their paintings when they were finished. CE plans on having “Painting with Charlene” return with another project in the future.

Trail ie staff and students had a fun kickoff to “I Lo e to Read Month” when hen the Trailview Love they intro introduced their Star Wars theme - “Reading is out of this World.” Staff created a video parody called, “Can’t Stop the Reading,” to the tune of Justin Timberlake’s, “Can’t Stop the Feeling” and students were treated to Jedi Knights, Princess Leia, Chewbacca, and Yoda introducing the calendar events for the month. We look forward to students reading throughout the month of February in preparation for our finale on March 3.

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100 Days of School Students Schulz’s enjoyed St d t in i Mrs. M S h l ’ second d grade d class l j d celebratl b t ing the 100th day of school by dressing up and sharing facts about the number 100! Some students dressed up as 100 years in the past, some dressed up as 100 years in the future, and others brought in 100 items for the event!

The College in the Schools students in Mrs. Stenberg’s German Four class are busy preparing for a video competition at the University of Minnesota next month. In the midst of their hard work, every Friday they take a day for Kaffeeklatsch “coffee gossip.” Here you see them drinking hot beverages and discussing their movie project while “speed dating.” We are so proud of our seniors!

Superintendent Schultz read to Fairview students in Mrs. Qual’s computer lab. Mr. Schultz read the book “How Full is your Bucket?” and promoted the life skills of friendship, compassion and encouragement. Students from Rush City listened as well and were connected through use of technology. As a result of the activity 14 teachers have continued to connect their classrooms as penpals.

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In Mr. Nelson’s Social Studies class they have been learning about and identifying who is a Consumer, Producer, and Goods and Services. They ended their unit by making butter out of cream.

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Thanks to an East Central Regional Arts Council Legacy Grant, Mora Comprehensive Arts Planning Program was happy to offer all sixth grade students at Trailview School a weeklong arts residency with COMPAS artist, Saymoukda Vongsay called, theatrical science. The plays were based on various science topics. After four days of hard work, the students performed their plays for an audience in the Trailview Media Center.

The Mora Junior High Math League’s season ended on Jan. 9. This year, Mora had two scoring teams comprised of 20 7th and 8th graders who competed in a total of five meets. Mora placed second and fifth out of five complete teams this year. Last year our two teams finished in third and fourth, so it was a nice team improvement. Two 7th graders placed in the top 10 individually this year: Margo Niskanen finished the season in fourth place and Garret Honstrom finished in 10th. Both students received a medal and certificate for their top 10 finishes. Mora is part of the East Central Division, which includes North Lakes Academy (Forest Lake), North Branch, Ogilvie, and Mora. The junior high math league is coached by Michelle Ostien.

For a list of Community Education offerings, please visit the Mora School Website at www.moraschools.org and click on Community Education (under the District drop-down) or go to the Webstore. If questions, please call (320) 679-6200.

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years are eligible for a 10 percent discount on their auto insurance. Prergistration is required and a fee is charged for the course. For more information or to register call 888-234-1294. Th is course is now available online as well by going to www. mnsafetycenter.org. FEB. 22 CONGRESS COMES TO YOU U.S. Congressman Rick Nolan (MN-08) announced that his staff will be in Ogilvie today to meet with the public and discuss issues and topics of importance to constituents. From 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. members of his staff will be at Ogilvie Senior Dining and from 1 - 2 p.m. they will be at City Hall. FEB. 22 MOVIE MATINEE Eastwood Life Enrichment Center in Mora invites to public to a free movie showing of “The Grand Seduction” at 1 p.m. The movie is rated PG-13. The movie is free and popcorn will be served. FEB. 16 & 21 ‘PINE CITY READS’ BOOK DISCUSSIONS Pine City area residents are invited to take part in Pine City

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Pictured above (l-r) are: Bill Christianson – PCHS Activities Director; Becky Huberty – PCHS Certified Athletic Trainer; and Ron Williams – Pine City Lions Club President. THANK YOU The Pine City Public Schools Athletic Department would like to thank the Pine City Lions Club for their generous donation of $300 toward purchasing a portable Automated External Defibrillator (AED). This AED is a great addition to the department as it will play a key role in keeping student-athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers and spectators safe during athletic events. Thank you again Lions Club for your donation and support! FEB. 18 FRESHWATER MUSSELS PRESENTATION On Saturday, Feb. 18 the public is invited to a free presentation on “The Surprising Lives of our Native Mussels” at 10 a.m. at the St. Croix River Association office at 230 S. Washington Street, Unit 1, next to the public library, in St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin. Native freshwater mussels, sometimes called clams, continue to surprise and astonish those who study them. Join U of M Research Biologist Mark Hove to learn more about the lives of these remarkable creatures. Space is limited and reservations strongly encouraged; go to www.stcroixriverassociation. org or call 715-483-3300. FEB. 18 PHEASANTS FOREVER BANQUET The East Central Spurs Chapter of Pheasants Forever cordially invites the public to attend their 18th Annual Fund-Raising Banquet and Social on Saturday, Feb. 18, at the Floppy Crappie Lakeside Pub (10762 Lakeview Shore Drive, Pine City, MN 55063). Boasting starts at 5 p.m., meal at 6 p.m., games and live events thereafter. Register online at http://pheasantsforeverevents.org/event/2443. CATHERINE T. SUNDET Catherine T. Sundet of Big Rapids, Michigan died Monday, Feb. 13, 2017, at Altercare of Big Rapids, where she had made her home for many years. She was 96 years old. She was born on Jan. 7, 1921. in Ellis, South Dakota to Ben and Stella (Ellens) Akkerman. She was united in marriage to Harris Sundet on July 16, 1940; together they lived and raised their family in Mora. Harris passed away in 1968 and a few years later Catherine moved to the Mecosta County, Michigan area. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Big Rapids. She was very active in her church and the community. On June 19, 1991, she was honored to receive the Mary Pine Elder Citizenship Award. She was preceded in death by her husband; parents; and a brother, Charles Akkerman. She is survived by her children, Janet (Bill) Barnes of Rodney, Michigan, Marvin (Judy) Sundet of Brook Park, Sandra Bovingdon of Naples, Florida, Duane Sundet of Donna, Texas; 11 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren and great-greatgrandchildren; sister, Hazel Opdahl of Medford, Oregon; and several nieces and nephews. A memorial graveside service will take place at the Oakwood Cemetery in Mora this summer. The date and time will be announced in a future edition of the paper. Arrangements are by the DaggettGilbert Funeral Home of Big Rapids. Share a condolence or memory with the family at the guestbook tab at www.daggettgilbertfuneralhome. com

FEB. 18 POKEGAMA LAKE ASSOCIATION The monthly meeting of the Pokegama Lake Association will be Saturday, Feb. 18 at 9 a.m. with coffee and rolls at 8:30 a.m. Prospective members are welcome at 12965 Lake Line Road. Contact lmclean111@gmail.com for information. FEB. 21 - FIDDLE MUSICIAN PERFORMANCE On Tuesday, Feb. 21 the public is invited to hear Gaelynn Lea, a Duluth musician, fiddle teacher and public speaker who advocates for people with disabilities, perform at 6 p.m. at the East Central School auditorium. Lea was chosen from more than 6,000 entrants as the winner of 2016 National Public Radio (NPR) Tiny Desk Contest. The six-judge panel called her performance captivating and powerful. For more information visit: wwww.oldschoolartscenter. org; or call 320-216-7635.

THANK YOU The family of Larry Stark would like to thank our friends and relatives for their support, food, flowers and memorial gifts that you gave us. Ron and Marian

THANK YOU The family of Jim and Carol Norman would like to send a special thank you to everyone that shared our sorrow in the passing of our daughter, sister and aunt, Vicki Skalicky. We would also like to extend a special thank you to North Memorial Hospital, Mike and Brady of Swanson’s Funeral Home, Pastor Marvin Miller, special music by Willie Freitag, lunch served by Wendy Leger, Genell Klande and others from the Henriette Free Methodist Church. Family of Vicki Skalicky

THANK YOU The family of Don Mohr would like to thank everyone that shared our sorrow, sent cards, flowers and food after the passing of our father. A special thank you to the Pine County Sheriff ’s Department and Pine County Ambulance Service; Brady Helseth and Mike Carroll of Swanson Funeral Chapel; Reverend Rob Spahr and the First Presbyterian Church for the wonderful service; very special music by Ed Pangerl; to Steve and the Pine City Country Club for the delicious lunch; and to grandson, Chad Wiener, for the special prayer and readings. Our Dad will be greatly missed, but our family takes great comfort knowing that our parents are reunited in heaven. Family of Don Mohr

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154 EMPLOYMENT Far north suburban church seeks

Children’s Ministry Director Innovation, initiative desired for newly renovated space. Training or experience desired. Corporate or non-profit experience welcome. 3/4 or full-time, negotiable. For information, email mlh@cambridge lutheran.org

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HOME HEALTH AIDE The Kanabec Community Health has an opening for a Part-Time Intermittent Home Health Aide/ Homemaker position. Starting pay $15.20. For a full job description and to apply visit the county website at www.kanabeccounty. org. Deadline: Feb. 27, 2017

HELP WANTED Smart Style in Pine City Directional Drilling company now hiring operator, locater & laborer’s for spring start up. Offering competitive wages with experience. Must have valid driver’s license and pass drug, criminal, DMV screening. 320-556-2028

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157 EMPLOYMENT PART TIME Mora Subway is now hiring part time. Must be friendly and able to work in a fast paced environment. We offer competitive wages, PTO, 401K and profit sharing. You must have open availability. Apply in person, or at subway.com

159 HEALTH CARE East Central A u d i o l o g y Audiology and hearing aid care. Cambridge 763-689-2121.

201 DAY CARE Deb's Tiny Tots experience. Infant thru school ages. Certified CPR/First Aid. Braham. 763-333-4990.

351 ANTIQUES/ ART Buying Antiques: Pocket watches, guns, Redwing pottery, marbles, toys, wood duck decoys, postcards, pocket knives, calendars. Gary, 320-679-2535, 651-238-0909.

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1st position is working with 4 great guys, they are very active in their community, 2nd position is working with 3 wonderful women who are energetic and also love to be on the go. All training provided. Must have current Driver’s License, Car Insurance and pass a background study. We offer health benefits and PTO, E/O weekend off. These positions are as fun as you make them so if you want a career working with an amazing group of people contact Lisa by phone at 320-679-3840 or at lwerner@bdri.org.

PLACEMENT SPECIALIST Full-Time Assembly/Production Help wanted at Heggies Pizza. Job includes all facets of pizza production & possible truck loading. Hours are: 8 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Apply at the factory. 1115 6th Ave. NE, Milaca No calls please.

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Rise specializes in customized employment for persons with disabilities and employment challenges. This FT position provides case management, job placement and retention services for persons with SPMI/mental health disabilities out of our Milaca office. We are looking for an individual with a strong vocational/job placement background in community employment and experience delivering community based services and outreach to persons served. Individual must have knowledge of mental health field and able to work well independently, meet deadlines, maintain placement quota and communicate effectively with community partners, service teams and employers is required. Compliance with DHS Rule 11 and MVR background checks required. Position requires ability to travel to meet business needs on a daily basis with use of a personal vehicle. Rise supports a person-centered culture and offers competitive wages and benefits. Benefits: medical, dental, short & long-term disability, life insurance, flexible spending account, mileage reimbursement, 401(k), PTO and 10 paid holidays. Submit cover letter and resume to Maeta at MBurns-Penn@rise.org www.rise.org Equal Opportunity Employer

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355 HOUSEHOLD For Sale: Reconditioned washers, dryers, ranges, refrigerators. Rick's Home Furnishings 320-679-4047.

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358 FIREWOOD Wanted: Standing saw timber and firewood, (320)679-1815.

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NEW POSITION! SENIOR SERVICES VOLUNTEER LEAD Lakes & Pines Community Action Council, lnc. is expanding its services and hiring a Senior Services Volunteer Lead to join their team. This position will involve assisting the Senior Services Program Coordinator with the delivery of the chore and home delivery programs. This position is responsible for assisting in recruitment, training and supervision of program volunteers and conducting outreach on the various programs offered by Lakes & Pines, including those related to chore services, home delivery and home modification. lntegral to this position is continued support for the mission of the Agency and advocacy for low income persons. High school diploma or GED required; experience with training, coordinating and supervision of small and large groups of volunteers preferred, ability to work with hand tools, proficient with Microsoft Office programs, ability to work and communicate effectively with diverse populations, excellent organizational and time management skills as well as the ability to be self-directed are required. Position is part-time, Monday through Friday, 28 hours per week, training will be in Mora with extensive travel throughout the service area. Starting salary range is $15.32 - $15.93 per hour, depending on qualifications. Lakes & Pines does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status or marital status. Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request. Full job description and application is available at www.lakesandpines.org. Applications are due by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, March 3, 2017, at this address: 1700 Maple Avenue E, Mora, MN 55051. Resumes are not accepted.

Praxair Dealer Now Offering Oxygen, acetylene & welding gases. Also, cylinder leasing. Jeff ’s Welding Mora 320-679-2524

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RADIOLOGIC TECH .5 FTE FRI., SAT., SUN., OR SAT., SUN., MON. VARIED SHIFT TIMES + CALL EXP. PREFERRED, BUT WILL TRAIN HIGHLY MOTIVATED CANDIDATES. RELEASE OF INFORMATION .8 FTE DAYS 3 RNs .9 FTE: ER 10PM10AM AND SOMETIMES ACUTE 7PM7AM VARIED SHIFTS RN ACUTE .9 FTE 7PM7AM Apply online at www.burnettmedicalcenter.com click on BMC Careers.

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The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is available to those that qualify to prevent having to choose between paying for housing or prescriptions or food. Eligibility for SNAP, another name for food stamps, food support and EBT, is determined by household size and income, listed to the right. There is no asset limit, so no need to count or People in your Household Monthly Income before anything’s taken out verify assets. Seniors and people 1 $1,634 2 $2,203 with disabilities with more income 3 $2,772 than listed may still be eligible 4 $3,342 for SNAP; some deductions are 5 $3,911 allowed such as high 6 $4,480 housing and medical costs. When people qualify for Social Security they don’t turn it down. They’ve earned it and accept it. People living on a limited income have earned participation in SNAP too. Contact Lakes and Pines with questions or to help you apply for SNAP, www.lakesandpines.org, lap@lakesandpines.org or 1-800-832-6082, Option 4. Provided, in part, by funding through USDA. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.


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362 MISC. Looking for that perfect gift for an anniversary or birthday? Think about giving a subscription to the Kanabec County Times. Call our office today (320)679-2661 to start delivery – we accept Visa or Mastercard!

WANTED We are a retired couple looking to rent May thru August - references available & no pets; would prefer (but not necessary) 2 BR, 1 BA house, cabin or condo completely furnished with linens and fully equipped kitchen, TV, hi-speed Internet & laundry. 641-895-9026 or 9027 benswalnuts@yahoo.com

223 Hand-loaded ammo. 50 rounds in plastic boxes. 52 grain Hornady bullets. $20 per box. 612-209-5443.

PINE CITY 1-BR APT

369 WANTED Want to Buy all kinds of silver objects. Please call Mike at 763-843-0867

NOW AVAILABLE.

Westchester Village, Section 8, Senior Bldg.

401 AUCTION CALENDAR

North Branch Schools is in need of people willing to work as substitute, on-call, behavior and special education assistants in all school buildings. Desire to work with children and a flexible schedule is important. Call Heidi at (651) 674-1001 for information. Applications are available on our website: www.isd138.org under the Employment tab.

(763) 286-3265 cell

Looking for

FULL TIME BARTENDER

Bus Drivers Needed! High school diploma or equivalent required. Previous bus driving preferred. Current Minnesota CDL and school bus endorsement preferred but will train if needed. Must be able to obtain a valid MN CDL with air brake endorsement. Starting at $16.68/hr.

Apply online at www.isd138.org under the Employment tab.

506 REAL ESTATE Interested in buying or renting a Lake Home in Pine City. Please call 612-804-8243 with details.

Disabled or Handicap housing age 62+.

Bostrom's Hay Auction. Saturdays, Feb. 25, March 11 & March 25.10 a.m. sharp. Located 3 miles south of Isanti on Hwy. 65 to 265th Ave., west ½ mile. Hay, straw, firewood. Squares and big rounds. Alfalfa & grass-all types and kinds. 5% buyers premium, 5% commission. Auctioneers: Lyle Bostrom Lic. # 30-29, 612-270-6395; Nathan Bostrom, Lic. # 30-47, 763-286-6840; Cullen Bartz, Lic. # 30-48; Jeff Nosbusch, Lic. # 30-43. Upcoming auctions at: www.bostromsauc tions.com

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A local plumbing and HVAC company is looking for an energetic, dependable, and honest individual for our PROJECT MANAGER/ESTIMATOR POSITION. Preferred qualiďŹ cations are good communications, both verbally and via email, general construction knowledge, and be computer literate. CAD or BIM experience would be a plus. Individuals must have a great work ethic and the motivation to succeed. This is an excellent opportunity for a long term career with future growth within the company.

Please email resumes to

Brad@rjmechanical.biz

REGISTERED DENTAL HYGIENIST Pine City, FT or PT We are an established and growing two doctor private dental office in Pine City. A candidate who is outgoing, compassionate and able to provide comprehensive care to our patient base will be a great addition to our team. Flexibility and good interpersonal skills will fit our light hearted yet professional atmosphere.

Driving Route for the Quamba Area Stop in for an application.

Northcrest Townhomes in Mora

Call Les Stromberg CertiďŹ ed Real Estate Auctioneer

320-279-0935

Includes: Heat, Water, Refuse, Washer Dryer hook-ups & Detached garage.

451 RENTALS COMMERCIAL 2-BR, 2-BA 1,200-sf Mora home w/garage, $1,150 incudes utilities 320-232-3573.

We are currently seeking to fill the following positions with friendly, energetic and compassionate individuals. NA/R certification is preferred, but not required.

HELP WANTED

Temporary day shift 7a-2:30p *PT Float position 7a-1pm

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Casual positions are also available on all shifts.

Stop in for an application.

St. Clare Living Community of Mora 110 7th Street N, Mora, MN 55051 (320) 679-8328 Fax (320) 679-8350 nancy.dobbins@bhshealth.org

Are you looking for a rewarding career? We are currently seeking to fill the following positions with friendly, dedicated and compassionate individuals.

Eastwood Senior Living is managed by

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Have you ever thought of teaching?

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You may be eligible to substitute teach if you have a short-call substitute license obtained through the Minnesota Department of Education. Call (651) 674-1001 for more information. Daily rate of pay is $130. Applications are available on our website at:

For Rent: 2 bedroom home, washer, dryer, 1 car garage. $850 month plus utilities, Pine City. 612-242-8911 EXCESS BAGGAGE WEIGHING YOU DOWN? Placing a classiďŹ ed ad is an easy and affordable way to advertise your unwanted items to hundreds of potential buyers. Contact us today and start turning the stuff you don’t want into something you do want: CASH! Advertiser 320-679-2661 or www.moraminn.com

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SCLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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PT NA/R for Skilled Nursing 1-7.5 hrs/wk and 1-15 hrs/wk 6:30am-2:30pm 19 hrs/wk 2:30pm-10:30pm 22 hrs/wk 10:30pm-6:30am

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GOSS COMMUNITY Northstar Media in Cambridge, MN has an opening for a press operator. We’re looking for a pressman to run a 12 unit Goss Community press. Experience running and knowledge of the Community press/units is a plus. Any printing experience is a plus. Willing to train the right candidate. .ORTH3TAR-EDIA )NCs3#LEVELANDs  s&!8  

REQUIRED SKILLS: Mechanical aptitude. Must be able to perform some heavy lifting up to 60 pounds and be able to stand on feet for up to eight hours. Bending, twisting, climbing ladders, operating lift truck, roll tending (preparing, moving and loading rolls in to the press.) APPLY IN PERSON OR SEND RESUME TO: Northstar Media, 930 S. Cleveland St. NW Cambridge, MN 55008

Kanabec Publications 107 S Park, Mora, MN • 320-679-2661

To take advantage of these opportunities contact Nancy Dobbins in Human Resources

Kanabec Publications 107 S Park, Mora, MN • 320-679-2661

Meadowbrook 1 & 2 BDRM apartments- Mora, starting at $635 + electric. Available immediately. No smoking, no pets. Contact Denny, 507-269-7639.

Heggies Pizza 1115 6th AVE. NE., Milaca —No calls please—

HELP WANTED

Most major credit cards accepted

Now Booking Spring/ Summer Auctions

Fill out application at:

Please send cover letter with hours of availability, resume and references to pcdentaloďŹƒce@yahoo.com. No phone calls please.

107 Park P k St St. SS., M Mora 320-679-2661

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ROUTE DRIVER/ SALES Needed: Must be over 25 & have a clean driving record. Some overnights a must. Position is driver AND sales combined. 4-day work week.

NTY

2 BR Townhomes $665/ month 3 BR Townhomes $750/month

with some cooking experience. If not will train. Must be 25 or older. Send inquiries to ryders283@gmail.com

Part-Time

OfďŹ ce Specialist The Pine City Pioneer located in Pine City has an immediate opening for a part-time oÄ„ce specialist. This position requires a person with exceptional customer service skills, detail oriented and the ability to multi-task. Proofreading experience, proĂ„ciency in Word & Excel preferred. Send your resume to: Misti Hamlin Kanabec Publications 107 Park St. S., Mora, MN 55051 or Email: misti@moraminn.com Resumes must be received by 4pm Monday, Feb. 27.

110 7th Street N, Mora, MN 55051 (320) 679-8328 Fax (320) 679-8350 nancy.dobbins@bhshealth.org SCLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Northwire, Inc. is looking for great people to join our production team. Full-time positions available in the following areas: • Extrusion (2nd shift) starting wage is $14.50 • Braiding (2nd and 3rd shifts) starting wage is $13.00 and $13.50 • Cabling (2nd and 3rd shifts) starting wage is $13.00 and $13.50 • Maintenance Technician II (2nd shift) starting wage is $17.60 Note: all starting wages include shift premium Northwire, Inc. offers a complete benefits package: health insurance (medical, dental & vision), vacation, paid holidays, 401(k) with employer match, disability and life insurance. Basic Qualifications: High school diploma/GED or higher. Maintenance Technician II requires work experience and/or applicable education. Qualified applicants must pass a drug test, background screen and preemployment physical exam. If you are interested in working with us, apply in person or send resume to Northwire, Inc., 110 Prospect Way, Osceola, WI 54020 or email to HumanResources_Northwire@lemo.com. Online applications are also available at www.northwire.com/careers. Northwire is an Equal Opportunity Employer


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A Family & Life Resource Mora Crisis Pregnancy Center 114 Maple Ave. W, Suite 2 - www.morapc.org

Call 679-4493 • Free Pregnancy Testing and Information • Advocacy and Support • Referrals and Additional Help • Clothing Closet (for baby & maternity)

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Hours: M-W 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Drop in or call for an appointment

Thank You! The Knife Lake Sportsmen’s Club would like to extend our gratitude to the local businesses and residents who so generously provided gifts of merchandise, cash and services to our annual Ice Fishing Contest held on Feb. 4, 2017. We also extend thanks to those who worked with us to help make our event a success: Paul’s Auction Service, the Kanabec County Sheriff ’s Reserves and Boy Scout Troop No. 191, along with the many volunteers that helped with our ice fishing contest. Without all of you, and of course the many, many fishing contestants, we couldn’t have had such a great day! The winners of the biggest fish contest, in 1st to 5th place order, were: Nathan Whitehill, Dave Lillenthal, Emma Reynolds (11 years old), Chuck Lesher and Don Bisset and Jamie Griffin who both took home a 5th place. Grand prize raffle winners, drawn by our special helper Thomas Molin, were: 1st: $300 Cabela’s Gift Card- Tim Ajax, 2nd: $200 K&R Meats Gift Certificate - Art McWhite, 3rd: Grand Casino Overnight Stay and Play Package - Char Olson and 4th: $75.00 “Cold” Cash - Joanne Johnson.

Join FirstLight as its educational series explores cardiovascular testing and screening.

Thursday, February 23, 2017 Noon – 1 p.m. FirstLight Health System 301 Highway 65 South Mora, MN 55051 Don’t miss this important session, The What and Why of Cardiovascular Testing, presented by Betty Grey, MD, Senior Consulting Cardiologist with the Minneapolis Heart Institute. Dr. Grey is board-certified in cardiovascular disease. She received her medical degree from the University of Connecticut and completed residencies at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis and VA Medical Center. Her special interests include general cardiology, women’s heart health, echocardiography, cardio-oncology and nuclear cardiology.

For more information, or to register, call 320-225-3328 or email info@fl-hs.org. Advance registration is appreciated, but not required. To learn more about FirstLight’s other classes, support groups and events, please visit www.FirstLightHealthSystem.org.

Our extremely generous donors were: Hardee’s

Glen’s Tire

CLAM

Shooters Sports Bar

Rainbow Construction

Phesant Ridge Hunt- Grand Casino ing Preserve Hinckley

A Cut Above

Holiday Station Store The Finish Line

Lenny’s Service

Dan White/Double D Ext. Freedom Mora Unclaimed Freight Fleet-Go Knife Lake Sports Stenstrom Jewelry Bob Schroeder Ace Hardware Crystal Bar & Grill

Linda’s Hair Design

Auto/Value/National Novus Glass Bushing Jerry’s Bait Shop Bread & Honey Oslin Lumber Pantry East Central Vets Hohn’s Auto Body First Citizens Bank Granite City Supply Budweiser Dist. Heavenly Designs Leslie McCallum Woodworking Salon & Spa Crow’s Nest North Country Bottle Napa Auto Parts Shop Jess Schloemer Mill’s Fleet Farm

Pet Hair Everywhere SPIRE Credit Union Shermer’s Computers Freddie’s Restaurant Wayne Whited

Almost Yours Gun & Pawn

Rick’s Home Furnishings

Dairy Queen

Knife Lake Concrete

K&R Meats

Zimmermann’s

Dusty Eagle

Salmonson Insurance

Northwoods Steakhouse

Johnson’s Hardware

E. Central Dairy Supply

LuAnn’s Cut & Curl

Kanabec Publications

FirstLightHealthSystem.org

Fish House Coffee

Dandelion Floral

State Farm Insurance

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