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September 15, 2015 Distribution 13,239 Two Sections 272 N. Main Street, P.O. Box 272, Richland Center, WI 53581 Phone 608-647-2911

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Each carcass will be judged, and the judge will give an explanation of cuts, quality, and what to look for in your meat! Questions are always welcome! Everyone is welcome! Order beef, pork, and Lamb! Call now to reserve one of the animals from the Richland County Fair! ½ Beef ......................................................... $3.29 a pound Front Quarter ............................................... $3.19 a pound Hind Quarter ................................................ $3.59 a pound ½ or Whole Hogs ......................................... $1.99 a pound We will be stocking our meat case with meat from the Richland County Fair!

Football season has arrived!!!! Get all your snack items here for the game. We have regular summer sausage, Garlic summer sausage Garlic cheese summer sausage Pepper sausage Regular snack sticks Willies snack sticks Salsa cheese snack sticks BBQ snack sticks Deer season is now open. We will again be processing whole carcass and boneless venison. Bring in your meat to be made into anyone of our delicious sausage products!”

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Loading, Unloading, and Hauling are available! Call (608) 642-2802 - Taking - Is Also Available Semi Load or Gooseneck PickConsignments Up And/Or Delivery Thursday 1:00-4:00 p.m; Fridays 8:00 a.m.-12 noon Visit for our MARKET & HAYCall TEST RESULTS! By Appointment, (608) 642-2802

Tim slack Slack auction Auction Realty, LLC tim & realty, llc Auctioneer, Appraiser, Real Estate Broker 525 Lincoln Avenue 10126 Circle Road Fennimore, WI 53809 Lancaster, WI 53813 (608) 822-3454 (608) 723-4020 (608) 822-3454 or 1-800-820-3454

TIM SLACk AuCTION & rEALTy NAME: Mink Plumbing, Heating & Electric, LLC DATE: Saturday, September 19 TIME: 9:30 a.m. LOCATION: 302 Wood St., Patch Grove, WI 53817. Located in Patch Grove, WI. Watch for auction arrows! Lunch on grounds. FOR MORE INFO., CALL (608) 412-1090. *Garage Sale On-Site Also.* Visit our website for photo gallery and updates at NOTE: The Kirschbaums have retired and are liquidating their business. Too many items to mention them all! Many new items/inventory! SErVICE & BuCkET TruCkS, uTILITy BODy: 2007 Dodge Ram 1500 gas truck (auto. transmission, 51,000 miles, 6.5' utility boxes, ladder racks); 1990 Ford Super Duty Custom gas truck (5 spd., utility box w/Versalift VD 32' bucket lift; 6' 6" alum. toolbox; 8' box ladder rack. PLuMBINg, HEATINg, & ELECTrICAL TOOLS: Two Rigid 300 power threaders; Rigid-Kollmann sewer cleaning machine; Subsite 75T line locator; Rigid vise stand; Malco portable break; 2" trash pump w/hoses; tap for PVC water main; Laserplane 130 transit & sticks; Mueller-Waterman tapping machine; Katolite portable generator; Lincoln AC 225 welder; Craftsman tool cabinet w/tools; Milwaukee sawzalls, drills, hammer drills; DeWalt drills, saws, sets; Bosch cordless drill; Rigid pipe wrenches; tap & dies; pipe threaders; flaring tools; pipe cutters; air compressor; Stihl TS 420 cut-off saw; Milwaukee chop saw; air tanks; test plugs; 2 Yellow Jacket LCD vacuum gauge sets; 2 Yellow Jacket digital electric scales; Greenlee Hot Box (for bending); Greenlee hyd. hole punch; Greenlee 880 hyd. conduit bender; asst. of hole punches; Mi-T-M shop vac; Berger & Craftsman transits; Bacharach ReClaimer; freon scale; freon pressure gauges; aluminum ladder; scaffolding; 4'x12' oak workbench; Coleman roof jacks; appliance dolly; shovels; yard and misc. hand tools; and more. ELECTrICAL, PLuMBINg, & OTHEr SuPPLIES: Ritchie hog waterers (2AA, three 4AA, 1 stainless); many Ritchie parts & elements, etc.; fittings (copper, black, galvanized) 1 ⁄2" & 3⁄4" pex tubing, fittings & valves; pvc 1.5", 2", 3" pipe; 10' 6"ground pipe; 12"-4" PVC Sch40 fittings; 4" & 6" SDR 35; central vac pipe; gas piping; Frostex heat cable & parts; Iowa Hydrant heads & parts; toilet & faucet repair parts; furnace-gas valves, blower parts, control parts, Bard/Coleman/York parts, blower wheels; Bard fuel oil furnace, 75,000 BTU; furnace vents & pipes; 6" & 8" pipe (2'); duct workvarious sizes; U.V. furnace light; electrical switches, ends, plugs, outlets, etc.; motor capacitors; in floor 1⁄2" heat tubing; A.O. Smith propane gas GCV40 water heater; Gould’s V200 & V250 pressure tanks; shower door; asst. electric motors; timers (time controllers); halo can lights; Nutone bathroom fan; baseboard heater; Weather Screen weather seal; 2" coil piping; underground 1/0 & 4/0 URD wire; Coil cabinets; drain field cover; welding rod; 17 bags Cetco Bentinite; Furnico fittings & couplers; Watermann repair couplings; saddle taps; electric control boxes for pumps; trailer house fans; thermostat wire; asst. pulleys; Siemens/Homeline/Sq. D I.T.E. breakers; 100 & 200 amp main breakers; electric box covers; power wire - 10-4, 12-3, no. 2; large amount electrical wiring; conduit benders; vacc. pump oil; fittings; Advance ballasts; NorthStar wall pack 150 light; large power boxes; Carlon switch & outlet boxes; asst. pulleys and more. MISCELLANEOuS: Floor safe; Smith & Barnes piano; RV refrigerator; 4 Goodyear 30x9.50 R15 LT tires; office desks and more. REGISTERED WISCONSIN AUCTIONEER: Tim Slack, CAI, Wisconsin License #32; Rodney Freymiller, Fennimore, WI License #508, (608) 723-4020. Tim Slack Auction Company License #430-53. TERMS: Cash, good check, MasterCard or VISA. Everything settled for the day of the sale. The number system will be used. Positive ID required. Sales tax may be charged. Announcement made the day of the sale take precedence over printed materials. Not responsible for accidents or lost articles.

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Prairie du Chien, WI 608-326-2909 Building pictured is not priced in ad. Crew travel required over 50 miles. Local building code modifications extra. Price subject to change without notice. 20 PSF Snowload

BUILDING SPECIALS! 30’x54’x14’ • $14,863 42’x72’x16’ • $23,604 60’x108’x17’ • $47,521 800-373-5550 •

on the farm – in the market – working together

Equity Livestock Richland Center Auction & Private Treaty Sales:

Monday Auction: Starting at 11:00 AM with Calves, Sheep and Goats, Hogs, Slaughter Cows, Fed Cattle and Bulls. Every Other Tuesday: Wisconsin Lamb & Goat Pool (call for info.) Wednesday: Accepting cattle for the 2nd and 4th Thursday sale on Wednesday night 4:00 - 7:00 PM. Thursday Auction: 1st, 3rd & 5th Selling Slaughter Cattle at 1:00 PM. Thursday Auction: We will begin our sale at 10:30 AM. Feeder cattle first followed by Bred Beef Cows. Slaughter to follow. 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. Monday - Thursday: Accepting Cows and Bulls for Grade and Yield. For your convenience we are taking cattle Sunday and Wednesday evening from 4:00 to 6:00 PM.

Call (608) 647-6151 or Kelly Collins 608-434-4023 to list your cattle or to have us look at your cattle on the farm.


NAME: Longview Farms, Michael Cosgrove, Owner DATE: Tuesday, September 22 TIME: 9:00 a.m. LOCATION: 28998 Henpeck Ln., Lone Rock, WI. Eight miles south of Richland Center or 7 miles north of Lone Rock on U.S. Highway 14 to Henpeck Ln. LuNCh: Country Gals. NOTE: Mick has sold his farm. Following is a partial list of a large auction. For more information contact Mick at (608) 604-7022. Pictures at TrACTOrs/skID sTEEr: Case 970 tractor, CHA, 3 pt., dual hyd.; White 2-135 Red Stripe tractor, CHA, 3 pt., dual hyd., s/n-235-24450 or 4017727; 20.8 R38 clamp-on duals; Bobcat 753 skid steer w/bucket, 5,414 hrs.; pallet forks; skid steer mount snow blade. COMbINE: International 1460 Axial Flow combine, 2WD, 3,854 hrs., s/n-1700214U008509; IH 836 6RN corn head, s/n-0730101U030359; homemade head cart. FArM MAChINEry: New Holland 358 mixer mill; New Idea 486 round baler; New Idea 323 1-row corn picker; gravity box & Gehl gear; E-Z Flow 220 gravity box & gear; King Kutter 4' 3 pt. rotary mower; 6' 3 pt. tiller; other items. TruCks/TrAILErs: 1996 Mack CS200P diesel truck w/ 22' enclosed box & lift gate, 6 speed, 230,000 miles; 1987 Dodge Dakota pickup, 2WD; Kiefer 25' gooseneck trailer tandem axle single wheel w/loading ramps; Meyer snow plow. TOOL ITEMs: Numerous sets of Snap-On & Matco hand tools incl. sockets, wrenches, screwdrivers, and other specialty tools; 3 Snap-On tool chests; Snap-On diagnostic tools; Snap-On AC tool; Snap-On 20T floor jack; jack stands; Lincoln 225 amp arc welder; Powermatic 6½ hp upright air compressor; Snap-On & Wynn’s AC recovery recyclers; pneumatic greaser; battery chargers; shop vacs; power tools; 3 pallet jacks; 2 diamond plate truck toolboxes; automotive manuals; electrical/plumbing supplies; lots of hand tools; other misc. farm tools & supplies. LAwN MOwErs/OuTDOOr ITEMs: Kubota T1700X HST lawn tractor w/38" deck; John Deere 320 lawn tractor w/48" hyd. lift deck; Grasshopper 725K 52" zero turn mower, 27 hp; Grasshopper 718k 18 hp 48" zero turn mower; Simplicity Broadmoor Hydro 14 38" lawn tractor; go-cart w/6 hp Honda motor & bucket seat; 2 go-carts w/fiberglass bodies; Te cumseh 2 hp gas fence post auger; fencing tools; 60 5' pencil posts; 100+ tomato cages; new 20' stainless flag pole; 5 hp rear tine tiller; Mantis tillers; MoHawk 340 electric pressure washer; 220V high pressure washer; ladders; lots of lawn & garden tools; lots of other miscellaneous items. OThEr FArM ITEMs: Honda Foreman ES ATV, 4x4, 2,710 miles; pull-type ATV sprayer; 8' changeable letter sign w/letters; egg washer; portable heaters; metal storage cabinets; 4 rolls heavy cable; sheet metal; scrap metal; some misc. household items. TErMs: Cash or good check. VISA or MasterCard 3% convenience fee. GAVIN brOs. AuCTIONEErs, LLC. (wisconsin registered Auction Company #274) reedsburg, wI baraboo, wI (608) 524-6416 (608) 356-9437

BUSINESS, FARM OR HOME SURVEILLANCE “We have 3 cameras that I use to help manage cows and employees. The cameras are all on one single screen and very easy to use. I can remotely access them from my home computer and my phone. Majestic View This saves me time when there Dairy is an issue, I can first check the cameras to see if I actually need to make a trip to the farm. We can replay all the cameras if needed. If there is a problem with the system, we receive great tech support whether it be over the phone or in person.”

“Tim has been extremely helpful, quick, and insightful with all of our needs. The camera system we have allows me to monitor our facility from anywhere there’s an internet connection or cell phone West End service. It allows me to make Salvage sure our property is protected from theft while at work, or away from the office at anytime of the day. The camera surveillance system from Fuller’s has been a great asset to our company and I would recommend them with 100% certainty!”

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Tim Slack Auction & Realty, LLC Auctioneer, Appraiser, Real Estate Broker 525 Lincoln Avenue 10126 Circle Road Fennimore, WI 53809 Lancaster, WI 53813 (608) 822-3454 (608) 723-4020

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FARMERS! Turn that unused piece of equipment into cash. Sell it in a $7.50 classified ad in the Shopping News, 272 N. Main, BRIDAL SHOWER GIFTS availRichland Center. able at the Shopping News, 272 N. Main, Richland Center.

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BIG SQUARES of Western alfalfa FOR SALE: 775-800 lbs. Holstein hay and straw. Delivered. 563- steers. 608-778-0483. 419-7370 REGISTERED HOLSTEIN bulls FOR SALE: Western wheat straw for sale. Breeding age. Records by the bale, by the ton, or by the up to 52,000 milk, 4.6% fat, 2387 semi load. Bright, clean and dry. fat, can deliver. 608-341-8983. 608-778-5642. 10 X 81 Westfield 10’ auger used BUYING RIDERS and unwanted one season, $8,500 obo. 563horses. 608-725-5199. 599-2900.


FOR SALE: 23 acres standing HAY AND straw of all kinds, also corn for chopping or high mois- Western, delivered. Walter ture. Cazenovia area. 608-434- Mathys. 608-482-1457. 7485. VISIT US ONLINE! Check us out on FACEBOOK.

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ESTATE/GARAGE SALE: 335 N. 4th St., Muscoda, Saturday, September 19th 7am-4pm. Vintage perfume bottles, costume jewelry, glassware, clothes, books, a lot of miscellanous items. ESTATE SALE: In Soldiers Grove, 44738 North Clayton Road. 1/4 mile off Hwy 61. September 19th and 20th, 8-5. Furniture, appliances, antiques, wood stove, antique Chambers cookstove, patio heater, piano, organ, weight bench, mirrors, lamps, dishes, collectibles, and much more. FALL SALE: September 17th and 18th. 9-3. E873 CtH EE Valton. Many unique items. Rain or shine. GARAGE SALE: 303 Warehouse, Muscoda, September 19, 8-4. Remington Model 41, nice; 16 guage bolt; wood projects, bird houses, shop vac, fishing gear, misc. guys stuff. GARAGE SALE: 502 West Street, Blue River, Friday, Sept. 18th, 8-4; Saturday, Sept. 19th, 8-1. Furniture, household items, window AC, vacuum, womens/mens X-3X; lots of “Harley” items; new in box items, no kids stuff.

GARAGE SALE: Thursday, Sept. 17th, Friday, Sept. 18th 8-5. 15625 Hwy 80 (Hub City) 608647-6785. Furniture, tools, trailers, collectibles, generator, hunting items, holiday decorations, Harley Davidson motorcycle, electric heaters, Reddy heaters. MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE Sale: Friday and Saturday, 2250 West Preston Drive, RC. 8-4 Many kids clothes, baby, adult & much misc. MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE: Friday & Saturday, 9/18 & 9/19. 8am-6pm. 16044 Spry Hill Dr. RC. Girls clothes NB-6/8, some boys clothes, highchair, crib mattress, bouncy seat, cloth diaper covers, bottles, plant stand, new handmade braided rug, jackets, sweaters. Misc. child, adult, shoes, toys, household decor, bedding, baskets, planet pots, books, cross stitch magazines/kits & more. Plus a hackney mare, donkey and a puppy.

RUMMAGE ESTATE SALE: 510 Pleasant View Ct. (behind Subway RC) Fri., Sept 18th 8-5, Sat., Sept. 19th 8-2. Clothing: childrens, teens; scrubs, jewelry, bedding, seasonal items, collectibles, doughboy table, lamp table, GARAGE SALE: Friday, Sept. much household miscellaneous, 18th, 7 am to 5 pm and Saturday, tubs. Sept. 19th, 8 am to 12:00 pm at RUMMAGE SALE: September 26168 State Hwy 58, Richland 19th, September 20th, 9-5. Lots Center. Brand name boys, girls, of baby clothes, changing table, womens and men clothes, swing guns, knickknacks and misc. set, bikes, tupperware, books, 29420 Hwy O, Richland Center. dresses, coats, shoes, misc. items. Something for everyone.

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To Steve, Janet and Evan and also to Steve’s little sister and his niece. Little did we imagine Christmas in December of 2014, is time to enjoy the fruits of their labor in September of 2015. Your time provided as painters, flooring installers and carpenters make the end of each day more restful. And where would we be without the completely new and improved bathroom in our old abode. You’ve done it all from consultants, designers, purchasing agents, material-transportation handlers, demolition crew, plumbers, electricians, carpenters and excavators. Least we forget also dinner host, cooks and gardeners. Us older folks really appreciate the new, larger and more efficient bathroom. And all this done while still working full-time and school plus as community volunteers.

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Thanks also to Andy, Sue and Matt for helping with tree & wood removals and equipment usage.

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Thank you to all, Pratt’s Funeral Home and minister Craig Peach for the meaningful service, for all who came to the service, the beautiful flowers, people who served the lunch - For the memorial and all the support and love from family & friends - Patrick will be remembered by all who knew him.

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He will always be remembered as a kind and gentle man who fought a long and courageous battle with Cancer and COPD. He loved living in the beautiful valley of Avoca. Thank you for the over whelming love our family has received in these last few weeks. We have been blessed in the past year with wonderful people helping us in many ways, including driving Lee to Madison for Radiation. All of the phone calls, cards, flowers and food were very much appreciated. Thank you to all who waited in line to express their sympathy at the visitation and those who attended the Funeral. A special thank you to Dr. Bard, Dr. Delventhal, the wonderful nurses and the hospital staff at both the Richland and U.W. Hospitals. To Upland Hills Home Health and Hospice, endless thank you's for their extraordinary loving care. We appreciated the great service of the Avoca Rescue Squad and the special care giver at the Golden Living Center. Lee was a WWll Navy Veteran and received a special Military Ceremony at the grave site. The Navy Honor Guard from Madison folded the flag, Taps were played, and the American Legion post 335 presented the 21 Gun Salute. Thank you, Pastor Jeanne Jones, for your heart felt sermon and to Pastor Jean Bartlett, for your special reading. Thank you to the Melby Funeral Home, Clary Funeral Home and The White House banquet, for their outstanding services. From Betty Hayes Baxter Cheryl, George & Ellington Ratliff Happy 90th Birthday Lee on September 19. We love you and we will always miss you.

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The family of Marilyn Williams wishes to thank everyone for their thoughts, prayers and kindnesses throughout her life and especially in her last hours. Marilyn remembered almost everyone she met and was always concerned about each and every one. Now we would like to thank all those who remembered her in return. Special thanks to Dr. Christine Richards, Jessica and the staff of the Richland Hospital; to Dr. Paul Hinderaker of the Meriter Wisconsin Heart Clinic; to Dr. Judith Fitzgerald of Davis Duehr Dean; to the emergency, surgical and palliative care teams at the UW Madison Hospital in Madison; to Pastor Fries and the congregation at the First Baptist Church; to Ron Fruit and Rev. Wendell Williams; to the staff at Pratt Funeral Home; to the residents and staff at Schmitt Woodland Hills and to all the friends and family who showed their overwhelming support, especially with visits and music. Thank you all, from the families of Denny Williams, Jeff Williams & KJ Williams.

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TOWN OF ROCKBRIDGE Notice is Hereby Given that the regular monthly meeting of the Town of Rockbridge will take place on Thurs., Sept. 17, 2015, at 7:00 p.m., in the Rockbridge Town Hall, 19082 Irish Drive, Richland Center, WI. Agenda: Call to Order, Roll Call, Approve Agenda, Minutes of Last Meeting, Financial Report, Zoning and Driveway Permits, Rural Fire District Report, Bills, Old Business, New Business, LP Bids, Review Budget Report, Set Next Monthly Meeting Date and Adjournment.

Teri Collins, Clerk





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The Monthly Meeting for the Town of Bloom will be held on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 at 8:00 p.m. at the Town Hall at 13775 County Highway H, Bloom City, WI. Meeting agenda will be posted.

REV. MARLIN E. FOSTER September 6, 2015 Rev. Marlin E. Foster, age 98, of Richland Center, WI died Sunday, September 6, 2015 at Greenway Manor in Spring Green, WI. He was born on July 19, 1917 in Grant County Indiana, the son of Lee & Mildred (Albertson) Foster. On June 10, 1947 he married the late Wilma “Jean” Fegan in Pine City, MN. Survivors include 6 children, JacQues “Jack” (Orapan) Kord of Bangkok, Thailand, Roger (Jayne) Foster of Harrisburg, Virginia, Marla Foster of Dodgeville, WI, Ron (Linda) Foster of Miltonvale, Kansas, LuAnn Maehr of Billings, Montana, Rollie Foster of Fairbury, Illinois; 10 grandchildren, several great grandchildren; 2 brothers, 3 sisters, several nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, 2 brothers, 2 sisters, and a granddaughter Jessie Foster. A visitation was held from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM on Saturday, September 12, 2015 at the Clary Memorial Funeral Home in Richland Center. Military Services was held

WILLIAM “BILL” LAVERN CLEMENTS September 8, 2015 William “Bill” LaVern Clements age 93 of Richland Center passed away on Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at Pine Valley Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center. Bill was born on July 12, 1922 at home on the family farm in Bear Valley to Robert and Christine (Schauf) Clements. He lettered in track and participated in cheerleading while attending Reedsburg High School. Upon graduation he went to work at Clarson’s Ice Cream Factory in Richland Center driving a route truck. Bill enlisted in the US Navy on November 13, 1942. He went to the Great Lakes Naval Academy for basic training and was assigned as a radioman/ signalman onboard the USS

Ludington. When the war ended and he was honorably discharged November 4, 1945 he came back to Clarson’s Ice Cream to work in the factory. He took several classes in Madison to learn how to make the mix for ice cream. He worked his way up throughout the years from truck driver, machine operator, mixer and production manager. Clarson’s was sold to the Gold Bond Ice Cream Company out of Green Bay. In his later years with the company as a Corporate Production Manager, Bill helped set up various new production lines in plants around the country. He retired after working almost 48 years in the ice cream business. Bill married the former Florence “Pat” Lloyd on May 19, 1945 and they had 6 children together. Bill greatly enjoyed traveling, being independent and was always willing to help anyone in need. In his late 80’s Bill enjoyed the honor with other WWII Veterans by going on the Badger Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. He was also a life member of the VFW, serving several terms as the local president. Bill married Marjorie Te ach on January 3, 1987 who survives him. Also surviving him are his children, Lawrence (Rhonda) of Oregon, WI, Patrick (Diane) of Richland Center, William K. (Michael Brockman) of Glendale, AZ, Mary Kate (Brian) Bischel of Bloomer, WI, John (Lori) of Holmen, WI, 3 step-children, Cindy (Tom) Davis, Francis Te ach both of Richland Center, James (Julie) Te ach of Boaz, 6 grand-

children, 6 great-grandchildren, 5 step-grandchildren, 4 step-great-grandchildren, 3 sisters, Holly Reetz of Waukesha, WI, Mary Ellen Cooper of Burlington, WI, Marguerite Pedracine of Madison, WI, a brother, Robert (Lila) Clements of Winona, MN, a sister-in-law, Vivian Clements of Mauston, WI, many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, Robert and Christine Clements, his first wife Pat Clements, his oldest son, Michael Clements, 2 brothers, Bernard and Leo Clements, a sister, Julia Stout, 4 brothers-inlaw, Glen “Jack” Stout, Irvin Reetz, Paul Cooper, Leroy Pedracine and a sister-inlaw, Rosemary Clements. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Saturday, September 12, 2015 at 11:00 A.M. at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Richland Center. Monsignor Roger Scheckel will officiate with burial in the church cemetery. Visitation was held on Friday, September 11, 2015 at the Stafford Funeral Home from 4:00 P.M.-7:00 P.M. where a rosary was be recited at 3:30 P.M. Visitation was also held on Saturday at the church from 10:00 A.M. until the time of Mass. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Pine Valley Foundation or the Richland County Military Honor Roll. Online condolences available at www. The Stafford Funeral Home is assisting the family with the arrangements.

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The Shopping News goes to all or parts of: Avoca, Blue River, Cazenovia, Gotham, Hillpoint, Hillsboro, LaFarge, Lone Rock, Muscoda, Plain, Readstown, Richland Center, Sextonville, Soldiers Grove, Spring Green, and Viola. ery Monday night at the Town & scobel Hospital, Boscobel. 6:30TUESDAYS EVERY TUESDAY Country Presbyterian Church at 8 pm. Cookies & coffee. Contact Overeaters Anonymous on Tues- Euchre is played every Tuesday 6:30. person: Tanya 1-888-485-7385. days, 7:00 PM at St. Joseph’s afternoon at Richland Center’s Hospital Education Conference Woodman Senior Center and MONDAYS SECOND & FOURTH MONDAY Room in Hillsboro. More info starts at 1:00 PM. Play Bingo for Prizes on Mondays OF EVERY MONTH from 9:30-11:30 at the Woodman Free Blood Pressure Checks SECOND TUESDAY Senior Center at the Richland 12:00 PM-4:00 PM. Call DeanEVERY TUESDAY OF THE MONTH Center Community Center/Senior na Gochenaur at 608-647-6321 Richland Center Food Pantry at Veterans of Foreign Wars meet Center at Krouskop Park, Orange or for more information see The Town and Country Presbyterian the 2nd Tuesday of every month, Street. Richland Hospital Website at Church, 345 S. Cairns Ave., Rich- 6:30 PM, American Legion Hall, FIRST MONDAY or find land Center, 4 PM - 5:30 PM. Richland Center. OF THE MONTH us on Facebook. BINGO at the Rockbridge Meal EVERY TUESDAY SECOND TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 & 19 Site. Please phone 647-9187 a THIRD MONDAY Community Euchre Night hapOF THE MONTH The Richland Area Senior Citi- day prior to reserve for lunch. OF THE MONTH pens at Schmitt Woodland Hills at Newborn Classes on the second zens will be having a brat and hot AUTISM Meetings - 7:00 PM 7:00 PM in the 2nd Floor Activity Tuesday of every month 6:00 PM dog food stand at Bindl’s parking ADOPTIVE/FOSTER PARENT at The White House. More info Room. Rotating tables, refresh- 9:00 PM. Call Birth the Dietitian at lot on 9/18 & 9/19 from 10 to 2. SUPPORT GROUP ments. 608-647-6321 or for more infor1st Monday of every month. Bomation see The Richland Hospital Website at www.richlandhospital. A grief support program called GriefShare is currently meeting at Hub City 647-3095 Spring Green Community Church of the in Spring Green on Tuesdays from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. through November 24, 2015, People may w/Full Salad Bar. join this group at any time. For Soup Lunch more information call the church and Also Serving Sp ecials at 608-588-2442. es ch wi 160 W. Fourth St., Richland Center Sand


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THURSDAYS Troubled by someone else’s drinking? Al-Anon meeting Thursdays at 12 Noon at Peace United Methodist Church, 265 N. Church Street, RC. Enter side door on Union Street.

SECOND THURSDAY OF THE MONTH The Richland Area Senior Citizens meet the 2nd Thursday of each month at the Senior Center. 10:30 Social hour, 12:00 Pot Luck. Entertainment each month. SAVE YOUR ENERGY - Use Stop in to check us out. ours. Sell it in a Classified.

Mel’s Micro


Happy Hour 4- 6 pm Wkdys.

(Formerly Dayton Hills) 21733 Hwy. 14, Richland Center • 608-475-1016


$3 Margaritas; $1 Tacos; Open Volleyball


Open Pool Tournament 7:30pm

Sat/Sun: Badgers & Packers Specials during games Mon:

Open 2 PM; $2 Captain Coke; $5 Pizzas

Stop By For Lunch!

Happy Hour 4-6 pm wkdys. $3 taps; $2 domestics; $2 Vodka Rails

THIRD THURSDAY OF THE MONTH Second Harvest Mobile Food Bank at the Richland Center Fellowship, 26700 Fellowship Ln. Richland Center, 3:30 - 5 PM. COLOR COPIES: X-Press Printing, 272 N. Main, Richland Center. 647-2911.

BENEFIT PANCAKE BREAKFAST Saturday, September 19, 2015 6:30am -10:30 AM BAKE SALE

William Miller Residence S3349 LaRue Road, Lavalle, WI Proceeds going towards Willard Miller’s hospital bills.


THURSDAYS Please come join Riverdale elderly residents for coffee clutch and conversation on Thursdays at 10:00 AM at Golden Living Riverdale in Muscoda. Call 608-7393186 for information. SAVE TODAY - THE CLASSIFIED WAY!

Muscoda Chamber of Commerce

FRIDAYS Preschool story hour for ages 3-6, wiil be held at Brewer Library at 10:30 AM every Friday that school is in session, until May 1st.

Annual Fall Auction 32505 Hwy. V, Cazenovia, WI

Sunday, September 20, 2015 Grounds open at 9:30

Auction starts at 10:30 Wood at Noon 50/5 0 Raffl e

Annual Fall Banquet

Family & Friends helping Carolyn buck cancer!

y Earl d Bir s Sale

Saturday, September 19, 2015


for Carolyn (Coy) Anderson

Saturday, September 19, 2015 Mick Park, Hub City ATV DRAG RACES at 4 p.m.

• Grand Prize • 2 Badger Game tickets • 2 Wisconsin NFL game tickets • Guns • Jewelry • Live and Silent Auctions • Door Prizes • Raffles

2 lanes - Double elimination. Call Jeff at 608-209-7740

BEAN BAG TOURNAMENT at Noon $20.00 entry fee. Call Mike at 608-604-8777

Music: “SUZIE Q” 8 p.m. to Midnight Silent Auction & Bake Sale Start at Noon

Donations requested for Silent Auction. Donation drop sites: Viking Village Foods, Reedsburg & 100 W. Robb Road, Richland Center (formerly Greeley Signs). For more information call Alisha at 608-983-2820. All proceeds donated to her cancer fund.

For tickets contact Dennis Brown 608-739-3616. Tickets available by phone pickup at Jodens, Community First Bank, or Clare Bank.



St. John’s Gym Muscoda Doors open at 5 p.m. • Dinner at 6:45 p.m. $40 per person $70 per couple Delicious food, drinks, numerous door prizes.

SUNDAYS Richland Center N/A (Narcotics Anonymous) Sunday, 7:00 PM at Saint Barnabas Episcopal Church, 297 N. Main Street, Richland Center.

St. Anthony’s

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45+ loads of wood, gift certificates, ugly purses, oil changes, 4 wheel alignment, git baskets, maple syrup, patio setting, Shiatsu massager, Sunbeam iron, answering machine, Boyds Bears, massage shower head, impulse sprinklers, fish tanks, entertainment center, computer closet, filing cabinets, glass door hutch, mirrored dresser, electric stove, hardcover tractor books, John Deere collectibles- John Deere dishes, John Deere cookie jars, Oliver belt buckles and a whole lot more.

Bake y d & Can e Sal

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The Shopping News goes to all or parts of: Avoca, Blue River, Cazenovia, Gotham, Hillpoint, Hillsboro, LaFarge, Lone Rock, Muscoda, Plain, Readstown, Richland Center, Sextonville, Soldiers Grove, Spring Green, and Viola.

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September 16-20, 2015

Wednesday, September 16 EXHIBIT ENTRY DAY

7:00 p.m. Commercial Building Opens All Day All Junior Fair Exhibits in place 10:00 p.m. All Open Class Exhibits in place except for Saturday FREE Dairy & Draft Horses Judging for Jr. Beginning Plant & Soils, Admission to our 8:30 a.m. Jr. Foods and Jr. Foods Preservation Active Duty and Retired All Buildings Close, except barns 9:00 a.m. Military Veterans. 9:00 a.m. Must have a Current 9:00 a.m. Thursday, September 17 Active Duty or Retiree Military ID. Judging for Education Exhibits 9:30 a.m. All Buildings Open 9:30 a.m. Senior Citizen Program 9:45 a.m. Judging for Jr. Clothing, Cultural Arts, Horse Show, 11:00 a.m. Photography, Plant and Soils, Woodworking, Electricity and Booths 1:00 p.m. Judging for Open Class Beef, Cultural Arts, 6:00 p.m. Foods, Food Preservation, Knitting, Crocheting, 7:00 p.m. Home Furnishing, and Photography. All Day Jr. Beef Judging 10:00 p.m. All Livestock Exhibits in place except Open Class Draft Horses Judging for Jr. Knitting, Crocheting, 8:00 a.m. Home Furnishings, Flowers, 9:00 a.m. Judging for Open Class Clothing, Plant & Soils, 10:00 a.m. Woodworking and Electricity Open Class Animals in place 1:00 p.m. Jr. Model Horses (after show) 1:00 p.m. Jr. Swine Judging 2:00 a.m. Antique Tractor Pull - Grandstand All Day Jr. Cat Judging ~ Hanson Arena 5:00 p.m. All Buildings Close, except barns 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

7:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m.

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Friday, September 18

8:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m.

Friday, September 18 cont…


Modified Tractor & Truck Pull - Grandstand Entertainment Bob Fredrick Free Stage All Buildings Close, except barns

Season Pass (excludes Grandstand) Season Pass 6 to 15 yrs.

Saturday, September 19 1st and 2nd Grade Cloverbuds - Youth Bldg. Opens All Other Buildings Open All Draft Horse Exhibits in place Judging for Kindergarten Cloverbud, Poultry, Rabbits, and Rocket Launching Judging for Open Class Poultry & Rabbits Open Class Dairy Judging ~ Hanson Arena Draft Horse Show ~ Upper Parking Lot Youth Tractor Pedal Pull ~ by Beef Barn Harness Racing ~ Grandstand Livestock Sale ~ Livestock Arena Demolition Derby - Grandstand Entertainment Bob Fredrick Free Stage All Buildings Close, except barns

$12.00 $5.00

DAILY ADMISSION Wednesday Entry Day, $1.00 (Buck Night 3 PM - 9 PM) Adults, 16 and over $7.00 Children 6 to 15 yrs. $3.00 Children 5 and under FREE Friday Youth 12 & Under Free Admission

GRANDSTAND ADMISSION Friday Night - $5.00 - Children 6 thru 15 - $2.00 Saturday Night - $5.00 - Children 6 thru 15 - $2.00

Sunday, September 20 Collegiate Dairy Cattle Judging ~ Hanson Arena All Buildings Open Ecumenical Church Services The Time Travelers on Free Stage Jr. Fair Dog Obedience Judging ~ Hanson Arena Harness Racing ~ Grandstand Cricket Spitting Contest on the Free Stage Entertainment Bob Fredrick Free Stage All Buildings Start Closing

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Stage Shows Daily Friday and Saturday

Open Sheep Judging followed by Jr. Sheep Judging Meat Goat Judging All Buildings Open Jr. Dairy (All Breeds) Judging ~ Hanson Arena Open Sheep Judging Antique Farm Judging ~ Tile Building Little Britches Dairy Show ~ Hanson Arena Jr. Dairy Goat Judging followed by Open Class


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Terry’s Sewing Shop


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CHEESE STORE During the Vernon County Fair

Westby Cooperative Creamery 401 South Main Street, Westby, WI 54667 Phone: 608-634-3183 ext. 4

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Hwy. 14 South Viroqua, WI 54665

SERVICES - Retaining Walls • New Yards Ponds • Brush Hogging • Stump Grinding Bulldozing • Bobcat & Backhoe Service. And Snow Plowing Too! Full Lawn Care Service RETAIL - Decorative Stone • Black Dirt-Sand Mulch/Chips • Natural Stone Patio Blocks • Retaining Wall Block

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2 bedroom, 11/2 bath, $49,900

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4 bedroom, 2 bath, 1,400+ sq. ft. older home with full basement, tuck under garage. Newer addition, newer roof, many new windows. Lots of updates including furnace and central air. Home is move in ready.

$74,900.00 New Listing


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MUSCODA RENTAL: One bedroom apartment. Newly painted and carpeted for seniors or handicapped citizens. Laundry on premises, off-street parking. Nice residential area. Rent based on income and medical expenses. Small pets accepted. EHO Doscum Apartments, 608-9297494.


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R964... 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch home in a good neighborhood. Attached 2 car garage, nice sized rooms, main floor laundry. Full basement has a ¾ bath, plenty of storage and area for future finish. Low maintenance One story living. $87,500

R970...Wisconsin River Front Retreat. Affordable get away 1 hour west of Madison on a low traffic dead end town road in the Effigy Mounds subdivision. 2 bedroom, 1 bath one story home with a 1 car detached garage. Here you can fish from the near level front lawn with easy river access for boats, kayaks or canoes. $85,000

R939... Spacious 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with charm and character. Large kitchen with dinette area plus a formal dining room. Elaborate woodwork, hardwood flooring, stained glass, colonnade and more. Detached 20'x23' garage and concrete driveway all on a full city lot with a big back yard. $79,900

R971... Large, sound 4 bedroom, 2 bath 2 story home. This home offers plenty of room for the entire family and has nice bonuses like 3 enclosed porches and a full basement, recent metal roof, electrical upgrades and more. Functional room arrangement with main floor bedroom, bath and laundry option. 2nd story has 3 bedrooms and a full bath. Large, level corner lot with a 2 car detached garage. Lots of possibilities. $82,500

R952... 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, contemporary home just seconds from Richland Center with new carpets, oak floors, wood fireplace, new roof and more. Walkout, finished basement has family room, rec room, wet bar and ½ bath. Attached garage plus a large detached 3 car garage. 2.8 acres with a well landscaped yard, no visible neighbors and frontage on the Pine River for fishing & fun right in your own backyard. $199,000

C345... Highly visible commercial property on the east edge of Muscoda. Large, heated metal shed with restrooms, office, showroom, cooler and covered porch suitable for numerous uses. 9.15 acres with frontage on State Highways 80 & 133 and Middle Street. Property has village electric, sewer and water and natural gas available. $54,900

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FOR RENT: Upstairs 2 bedroom apartment on Central Ave. Security Deposit & One Year Lease required. $550/mo. with heat, sewer & water included. No Pets, No Smoking. Call Marshall Agency for an application. 608647-6371


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FOR RENT: 3 bedroom upper apartment, 5 miles east of RC $600.00. All utilities, stove & STORAGE UNIT available. 14.5 X refrigerator included. No dogs. 20 Richland Center. 608-647- No smoking inside. 608-5837053. 2324 or 608-604-6235. FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apartment $495.00. Water, sewer, heat FOR RENT: Gotham, large, clean included. 608-604-0417. 2 bedroom upper. No pets. $495. Plus deposit. 608-632-1297. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment. Off street parking, stove, refrigerator, furnished, Central Air. $450/Month. Security one month’s rent. No pets. Located 735 Pine Rd. MLS# 1743476 1072 E Kinder, RC, Wi. Call 608647-6001 or 608-475-4863

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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, first floor apartment house in RC includes all utilities, stove, fridge, washer, dryer, lawn and snow removal. No pets. No smoking. Security deposit and references required. Call or text 414-704-3195 for application or for more information.

The Shopping News goes to all or parts of: Avoca, Blue River, Cazenovia, Gotham, Hillpoint, Hillsboro, LaFarge, Lone Rock, Muscoda, Plain, Readstown, Richland Center, Sextonville, Soldiers Grove, Spring Green, and Viola.

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HILLSIDE HIDEAWAY - Wooded, hillside, 2.4 ac. parcel midway between Sauk & Spring Green. Ready for your dream home. Secluded w/easy access & great views! Privy & gazebo w/deck on site. $38,000. Susan Pforr, (608) 5742721. 1755655. TURN-KEY CAFE - It is located in Avoca near Hwy. 133 in Iowa County. It is 20 minutes from Frank Lloyd Wright and House on the Rock attractions. $50,000. Jennie Bloedow, (608) 739-2922. 1756703. PICTURE PERFECT HOME - This picture perfect home with 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home has been newly remodeled. It has new appliances, wood floors, very nice back patio, 1 car garage and a full basement. $125,000. Jennie Bloedow, (608) 739-2922. 1755581. A SPRING GREEN GET-AWAY - A lovely wooded, rectangular, parcel full of wildlife yet just one mile from Spring Green. Fairly easy commute to Madison and close to a number of Wisconsin River accesses. $209,000. Dale Pforr, (608) 588-2188. 1757087. CONTEMPORARY IN THE COUNTRY - Five bdrm., 4.5 bath home on 20 acres between Spring Green & Dodgeville. Three car att. garage & full walk-out basement. Solid surface counters & large island in kitchen. Must see! $377,000. Pam Kruschke, (608) 574-2636. 1743471.



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R-7122 Just Listed! Don’t Judge A Book By It’s Cover! This home may need some paint on the exterior but inside is the almost like a new home. Previous remodeling includes new walls, ceilings, wiring, plumbing, roof, kitchen, bathrooms, and more. Furnace and central air in 2002. Nice rear deck, 2 car garage. $89,900. Call Paul 604-2727. R-7118 Just Listed! Affordable! Stop Paying Rent!

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Good 3 bedroom 2 story home with new roof, refinished wood floors, main level bedroom and bath, central air, detached garage, $69,900. Ready for Occupancy!! Call Chris 604-0112.

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R-7109 Wood Floors Welcome You!

3 bedroom home in the Village of Lone Rock on a corner lot featuring newer windows, vinyl siding, enclosed front porch, 3 car detached garage, needs a little TLC to make a nice home or rental. $39,900.

3 bedroom, 2 bath 2 story home with updated roof, furnace, and electrical. Large country kitchen, formal dining, vinyl siding, central air, 28x50 metal shed, concrete driveway, patio area, and fenced in yard. (Seller is licensed agent.) $109,000. Call Christian 604-7009.

4 bedroom 2 story with beautiful wood floors. Other updates include bathroom, carpeting, roof, and furnace. 3 season front porch, large country kitchen, good basement, detached garage, $82,900. Call Chris 604-0112.


R-7071 Just Listed! You’ll Love This Location! Very nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch home with new kitchen, new spacious family room with above garage, tile and wood floors, full basement, central air, wonderful location with rock outcroppings, on 2 plus acres, wildlife galore! Ithaca Schools! $149,900.

R-7102 RAMBLING RANCH! Plenty of space on a double lot! Home features new roof, windows, furnace and central air! 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths on main level, lower level bedroom with egress window, main level laundry, large kitchen with island and granite counter top. Rear paver block patio. Blacktop driveway. $164,900. Call Paul 604-2727.

R-7055 Mill Creek Farmette! Quaint 1.5 story farmhouse with many updates including new well, 2 full bathrooms, replaced windows, main level laundry, nicely decorated large kitchen, 2 car detached garage, 40x60 pole building, open sided shed, old granary, on 50 Acres, south of town, $159,900.


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FOR SALE: Spacious 5 bedroom home. Lots of updates. 1.5 miles West of Richland Center. 608647-6682

1997 16x80 Mobil Home for sale

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms with open concept kitchen and living room. In Trailer Park with TWO DECKS! All appliances included.


FOR RENT: 547 S. Ira, RC. Two bedroom with appliances and w/d hook-up. $550.00 plus security deposit. No smoking and no pets. 608-475-9637. Utilities not included.



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FOR RENT: 3 miles west of Richland Center small 2 bedroom house, attached garage. $550.00 plus utilities, deposit. 608-7393442.

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OFFICE SPACE for lease: Located at 182-194 N. Main St., Richland Center. Contact Rick at 608-475-0057.


FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house in RC. $600.00 month plus security deposit. No smoking or pets. 608-986-6575.

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Bulk Milk Driver Wanted Full-time, 4-5 days a week. Must have Class B CDL with tanker endorsement. Must have or obtain weigher and samplers license. Health Insurance available.

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DRIVERS NEEDED for Growing Company New Trucks Have Arrived Solo Avg. 2500-3500 mpw Team Avg. 5000-6500 mpw 100% No Touch Freight Repeat Customers Great Pay Pkg w/ Bonus Health/Dental/Vision/HSA DAIRY FARM help wanted. All 401K/Vacation/Holiday Pay 1 yr varieties of work. Reliable, experiClass A Exp Preferred 1-888-545enced. 608-412-1195. 9351 Ext 13 www.doublejtransOWNER OPERATORS wanted. (wcan) Paid all miles. No touch freight. Many operating discounts. Family WHEEL DEAL - An exclusive run business for 75 years. Many Shopping News Promotion. Sell bonuses and good home time. your car, pick-up, or motorcycle Direct deposit paid weekly. Call by placing a Wheel Deal Ad in the Shopping News. We will run 800-533-0564 ext.205. (MCN) your ad until that vehicle sells, up SEMI DRIVER. Weekly runs to to 20 weeks for only $20.00. One Phoenix, AZ, Southern CA, GA, vehicle per ad. Over 15 words, FL. Dry van, no touch, good 25¢ per word. Non-commercial freight. Nice equipment, clean use only. Payable in advance. No CDL, good record. 608-516-9697. refunds.


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Will assist in obtaining CDL.

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Every other day schedule for delivery of raw milk from farm to processing plant. Driving area is Southwest Wisconsin, including Richland, Vernon, Crawford & Monroe counties. Benefits include

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Partially funded through a Department of Labor TAACCT Grant and Wisconsin Covenant Foundation.


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Pak Team Member

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1st Shift - $9.00 2nd Shift - $10.00 (Includes shift differential) All positions are subject to pre-employment drug test and background check.

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Scot Industries, Inc. is Looking for: Material Handlers Material Handlers rd for 3 Shift, and for 3rd Shift, and 12 12Hour HourNights Nights


Richland Center Premier Cooperative has the following seasonal career opportunities in our grain division. Drivers (Class A or B CDL required), scale operator, dryer operator and grain unloader. Stop by the Richland Center office for an application or email your resumé to or call 1-888-723-7555. adno=429568-01

Nu-Pak, Inc. is seeking motivated, dependable Pak Team Members to join our growing team. Qualified candidates will have a strong work ethic, positive attitude and the ability to work effectively in a team environment. Nu-Pak, Inc. offers on the job training in a safe, healthy working environment. Benefits include: attendance bonus program, health care, vacation, 401(k) with company match, and opportunities for advancement.

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EXPERIENCE MODERN, STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES rd • 3rd at $11.00 $11.00per perhour hour · 3shift shiftpositions positions start start at hour shift positionsstart start at at $12.00 $12.00 per • 12· 12 hour shift positions perhour hour · Receive a $1.00 per hournight nightbonus bonus upon upon • Receive a $1.00 per hour completion of training completion of training

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Regular full-time employees of Grede LLC - Reedsburg receive a competitive wage and benefit package including: health care, free access to the Worksite Wellness Center, optional dental and vision coverage, life insurance, paid vacations, 401(k) plan, company paid disability coverage, tuition reimbursement, and opportunity for advancement.

Experience required. Apply in person.

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700 Ash Street, Reedsburg, WI 53959 (7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.) 608-524-9403 fax •


Grede Holdings, LLC - Reedsburg

Headquartered in Southfield, MI, Grede, LLC is one of the leading foundries in the world with over 4,700 employees and 14 facilities serving a global customer base. The Reedsburg Foundry has opportunities for highly motivated individuals to join one of the leading foundry operations in the world.

26220 Executive Lane, Suite 26220 Executive Lane, Suite C C Richland Center, 53581 Richland Center, WI WI 53581 Phone: 608-647-8840 Phone: 608-647-8840 608-647-8866 Fax:Fax: 608-647-8866 Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 – 5:00 pm Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 amam – 5:00 pm

NOW HIRING Thursday Sept. 17th

SCHMITT WOODLAND HILLS EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Schmitt Woodland Hills and its partners offer people a wide range of quality services and facilities through good stewardship with a Christian Philosophy. • CNA – Full-time positions on PM and Night shifts. Great for students. Be part of our neighborhood caregiving concept. Long Term Care experience and CBRF training helpful. • Resident Assistants - Hours available on our evening and night shift. Must have CBRF experience and training. • Dietary Aide - Part-time positions available on the day shift. • Cook – Part-time PM position 12:30 to 7:30 pm. Serve Safe certification desired. Experience in institutional cook a plus. Applications are kept on file for one year.

Be Part of the Team Living the Dream

If you wish to apply for a position, please come in and fill out an application, mail a resumé or e-mail resumé to Front office hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday and 8:30 a.m. until Noon on Saturday.

Retirement Apartments • Skilled Nursing • Assisted Care • House Calls • Education • Transportation

1400 W. Seminary St., Richland Center, WI 53581 • (608) 647-8931 This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.


No phone calls please. Grede, LLC is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace.





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CUMMINS JOB FAIR 856 Fair Street  Mineral Point, WI

Due to continued growth Cummins is hiring: Quality Tech., Machine Operators & Inventory Planner These are immediate opportunities. All shifts are available. Pay rates: $10.50 to $13.50 per hour Please bring 2 Forms of ID apply @ the hiring event or apply online 24/7 any questions? 608.745.7100


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Call us today to place your ad in the Employment Section 608-647-2911. Industrial Pipefitter - $23.015 • Machine Maintenance - $23.015 Tool Room Machinist - $23.015 Tool & Die Maker - $24.345 • Electrician - $23.165 JOURNEYMAN CARD OR EQUIVALENCY REQUIRED. EXPERIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL SETTING. (Overtime after 8 hours) Hiring Relocation Benefit: Miles from factory 0-300, Employee Benefit $1500.00

Benefits include: Health, Dental, Vision, Life and Disability Insurances; Paid Holidays, Vacation, Sick and Personal Leave; Retirement, 401K Plan, Profit Sharing, Flexible Spending Accounts (Dependent & Medical); Paid Training, Tuition Reimbursement Benefits coverage effective the first day of the month following attainment of seniority.

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• Establish a professional annual giving program • Organize College sponsored events • Implement policy and procedures for various programs • Develop marketing and promotional materials • Assist with light office support for foundation duties • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and a minimum of three years professional experience in annual giving and general fundraising • Knowledge of donor database systems and automated phonathon systems

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The Richland Hospital – Employment Opportunity

EXPERIENCE MODERN, STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES Excellent Profit Sharing Plan Medical and Life Insurance Paid Holidays and Vacations Qualified Applicants will have following skills: Highly motivated & self-starting Good Attendance Mathematical proficiency Mechanically inclined Prior experience operating machinery & industrial equipment is a plus Vocational & technical training is a plus Please Apply at: 810 East Nebraska Street Muscoda, WI 53573 Phone: 608-739-3171 Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.



We are recruiting a part time AmeriCorps Member for the Richland School District Farm to School Program!

Certified Nursing Assistant/Health Unit Clerk The Hospital is seeking a CNA/Health Unit Clerk to work primarily on the Medical/Surgical Unit. In addition to the specific skill set of a Certified Nursing Assistant, this position requires: out-standing customer service skills; the ability to communicate effectively with patients, visitors, medical staff and all members of the healthcare team; a kind, upbeat personality; excellent computer skills; the ability to pre-register patients; scan into the EMR; access Practice Partner and order entry into EMR. A successful candidate will have the ability to multi-task and to work effectively under pressure. This position will average 72 hours per bi-weekly pay period. It will include a combination of 8 and 12 hour, day and PM shifts, with an every third weekend and holiday rotation. Requirements: Certified Nursing Assistant. The Richland Hospital, Inc. provides a competitive wage and benefit package. Interested candidates may submit a resume by e-mail to or download an application from the hospital’s website and mail to:

Receive $1.00 per hour night bonus and competitive incentive wages upon completion of training.

AmeriCorps Farm to School Member

If you are a Registered Nurse interested in the challenges of working in an Emergency Department or Critical Care nursing, the Richland Hospital currently has an opportunity available. This Registered Nurse position will work primarily in the Emergency Department with the ability to flex to our Special Care Unit as needed. This is a part-time, approximately 60 hours per pay period, twelve hour night shift position which includes an every third weekend and a holiday rotation. Current Wisconsin RN licensure required. Applicant must be BLS, ACLS, TNCC and either PALS or ENPC certified or be willing to become certified.


Positions start at $11.00 to $13.50 per hour

The Richland School District Is Recruiting An

Registered Nurse Emergency Department/Special Care Unit

The Richland Hospital, Inc. Attn.: Human Resources Director 333 E. Second St., Richland Center, WI 53581

Entry Level Positions & Machine Operators for 2nd, 3rd Shift, and 12 hour nights

The Fillback family of dealerships has an immediate opening for the following Service Technician with a minimum of 2 years experience. ASC and Ford, Chrysler and GM training is a plus. Pay commensurate with experience. Excellent compensation & benefits package. Apply in person. Ask for Rob Hennessey or email resumé to (No phone calls please.)

Family of Dealerships Richland Center

1800 Bronson Blvd., Fennimore, WI 53809

One of the Nation’s TOP 100 Critical Access Hospitals!

Scot Industries, Inc. is Looking for:


Application deadline: September 20, 2015


Caring & Resourceful Caregiver Wanted for and Adult Family Home in Richland Center. Training available, must have a valid Driver’s License. Call 608-604-6618. adno=428792-01



Visit our website at for the job posting and application requirements. For more information contact Human Resources at 608.822.2314 or

Weggy Winery will be picking grapes all of Sept. If you’re interested in helping, send your phone # by e-mail to We pay daily.



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Nutrition Educator – The Nutrition Educator is tasked with delivering lessons to students on healthy eating, natural foods, and the science of growing and sustaining foods. Our Nutrition Educators follow the guidelines from a set of established curriculum, but have freedom to develop their own lessons and coordinate events. They also plan and participate in food tastings in schools, working with students and food service personnel to get kids to try new foods. Many of our members have developed Harvest of the Month programs at their schools, along with promotional newsletters. Compensation: AmeriCorps members will receive a modest living allowance, student loan deferment, and an education award at the end of service. Limited reimbursement will be provided for travel to participating communities and training. Application Procedure and Deadline: Interested applicants should submit a resume, two professional references, and a letter of interest including a statement explaining why you think farmto-school is important for Wisconsin schools by September 30, 2015 to Kathy Fry at fryk@richland., or via US mail to Kathy Fry, Richland School District, 1996 US Highway 14 West, Richland Center WI 53581. Emailed applications are preferred. For more information call Kathy Fry at 608-647-6106.

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Help Wanted

Offering the opportunity to travel to our commercial construction projects with compensation and still be home on weekends. We are seeking motivated people with the desire for advancement. Current open positions include:

Hours are EXTREMELY flexible.

at Richland Locker Co. Looking for a motivated individual to help wrap and package meat and sausage products. Must work well with others in a team environment. Experience not required. Please apply in person at the RIchland Locker Co. 590 South Main Street, Richland Center WI.

Immediate Interviews every Thursday in September, 2:00-5:00 pm.


BRUNSELL LUMBER is seeking full-time wood truss and wall panel assemblers at its manufacturing facility in Mt. Horeb.


Find job security as we are a growing company working on Kwik Trips and chained restaurants.

Looking for the right individual that is dependable, self-motivated and hard working. Applicant must have a Valid CDL with combination driver’s license. Prior use of a Log Loader would be helpful, but would be willing to train the right candidate. Applicant will be home nightly. Please call for interview 608-647-6448

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Hardwood Floors of Hillsboro, LLC Since 2001 WANTED: Wood Flooring Production Workers

Applications are available at the front desk Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm at

Pine Valley is a skilled nonprofit nursing facility. EOE M/F/D/V


Pine Valley Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center

Join our progressive agricultural operation and learn how rewarding a career in agriculture can be! We’re looking for a dependable person to fill an entry-level pork production position at our Main farm a few miles northwest of Spring Green. No experience is necessary.

Job Description: Workers will be running molders, ripsaws, end matchers, defecting, grading, and bundling unfinished wood flooring production. Location: Hillsboro, WI. Hours: First Shift, some part-time may be available. We are looking for people who are dedicated, detail oriented, and ambitious. Experience with woodworking machinery is a plus, but not required. For a job application call (608) 489-2828 or email us at:

Starting wage depends on qualifications. HANOR offers a full package of benefits including health, prescription card, dental, life, 401k, paid vacation, holidays and personal time. If you are interested in this opportunity, complete an application on line at, email, or fax your resume to 608-588-2506. You can stop by the offices Monday Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and complete an application:

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Full-Time Cook I Position Available

Hours are 10 am to 6:15 pm. Must have ability to cook, prepare and serve meals, cleaning tasks and supervising of meal preparation. Starting wage is $11.90 Hr. Contact Ila Hagenston for further details. 608-647-2138 ext 231

Completed Applications should be returned to the Pine Valley Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center front desk.


Brand New Facilities and Equipment.

Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center

Duties include, reading blueprints, cutting, nailing and assembling lumber with specialized machines. Assembling trusses is physically demanding work, and lifting objects up to 50-75 pounds might be necessary. You must work in teams of 2 to 5 people while adhering to safety, quality and production standards. As a result, courteous, professional communication skills, and the ability to work with others is essential. Brunsell Lumber is a drug-free workplace. Apply in person at Brunsell Lumber, 1204 E. Lincoln Street, Mt. Horeb WI 53572.

Experienced Carpenters

Must be willing to travel (Most weeks gone Monday through Thursday). Benefits include: Travel reimbursement, health insurance, dental insurance, paid time off and 401K.

25951 Circle View Drive • Richland Center, WI 53581 or online at:

McDonald’s of Richland Center Accepting applications for a variety of Crew Positions on our day, closing and evening/weekend shifts.



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HOW TO CHOOSE… • Richland Center Shopping News - Tuesday, September 15, 2015 - Section Two - Page 2

The Right Mattress

A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP IS A NECESSITY Good health and sleep are closely linked. Just as we improve our eating habits for better health, we should also improve our sleep habits for better health. Sleep debt is a costly problem in our society, both fiscally and physically. Four out of every five people suffer from back pain and studies show we are not as productive or safe when we do not get enough rest. Back pain comes in a close second to the common cold as the most frequent cause of lost work time. Sleep should be a priority and not just a negotiable need that is determined by our busy schedules. Good sleep not only lessens costly back problems but helps to prepare us for a more productive, alert and safe day ahead. Poor sleep and back problems are like the chicken and the egg theory. Which came first? Are backaches the cause of lack of sleep or does lack of sleep cause back problems? Both may be helped with the right mattress. The lower back or lumbar region is the most common area for back pain because it bears the wear and tear of bending, stooping, sitting, and lifting. A good mattress supports the back and allows the muscles to rest and rejuvenate during sleep. Poor sleep does not allow this to happen, nor does a poor sleep surface. Experts recommend mattresses that offer superior support without being too hard. The bottom line is: The right mattress is very important to our overall health.

It is important to find a mattress with edgeguard because it gives you more mattress surface to actually sleep on. You might as well use all of it since you are paying for all of it! Everyone has natural curves in their back. Usually the harder the surface the more the back has to drop out of alignment to meet the mattress. The optimal mattress has enough padding to support your back without allowing it to drop out of its natural alignment. A plush mattress with good support will do just that. VALUE Most people sleep about one-third of the life. What else do you do for that amount of time that affects the other twothirds of your life? We think nothing of spending $300 to $400 on a TV that comes with a one-year warranty and that, if you are lucky, will last five years. But many people think it’s appalling to spend $700 to $800 on a new queen mattress that comes with a 10-year nonprorated warranty and will easily last 10 years. This same mattress, if picked properly, will give you many nights of great sleep and ultimately better productive days, too. Many will pay up to 40 percent more for a new car than they did a decade ago, yet the same person expects to pay the $299.99 prices of a decade ago when it comes to buying a new mattress. Value is relative, but when you think of using an item everyday, 365 days a year for 10 years, a good quality mattress for $800 is costing you a little less than 26 cents per day. Shopping for the best value doesn’t mean finding the lowest price. Bargain bedding is no bargain when it comes to getting a good night’s sleep. Are you the type of person who will spend $150 on running shoes that you wear three or four times a week but is only willing to spend $330 on a mattress that you sleep on eight hours a night for 10 years? There have been many advancements in mattress manufacturing. Many are designed by orthopedic doctors with proper support and great comfort levels to keep you properly aligned all night. Mattresses have many price points to meet everyone’s pocket book. Bottom line: If you aren’t satisfied with your current bedding and sleep comfort, there is a proper support mattress out there for you in your price range. And remember, how you sleep at night generally determines how you will feel for the rest of the day.

Four out of every five people suffer from back pain and studies show we are not as productive or safe when we do not get enough rest.

THE BIGGEST MATTRESS MYTH The old adage “hard is better” is truly a myth. No single sleep surface is right for everyone. Therefore a store that carries a varied selection of comfort levels is the place to start. Such variables as body temperature, sleep position, and lighting should be taken into account. Mattresses come in plush, pillow-top, ultra plush, ultra plus pillow-top, firm and cushion firm. All these comfort levels are just that - comfort levels. It is different from support level. Support level has to do with the coil count and coil construction. The proper support may be achieved in all of the different comfort levels. Depending on whether you are a stomach, side or back sleeper (or a combination) will determine the comfort level you will sleep better and longer on. And that is the goal. Although there are some exceptions to the rule, a good coil count number to keep in mind for proper support is as follows: Twin 420 or higher, full, 600 or higher; queen, 736 or higher; king, 930 or higher. The quality of fabric and different foams used should also be taken into consideration.

Important Points

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Just as you do not make an emergency plan for a fire when the fire occurs, you should not make your choice of health care facility when you are in crisis. The most important criteria when choosing a hospital will come from advance research. Researching your area hospitals will create an informed consumer who can make decisions based on the facility’s best overall care and specialized services to fit their needs. There are several avenues one can take to find a hospital that meets their particular needs. The first avenue would be to research each hospital’s accreditation. Accreditation is linked directly to quality of patient care, quality of facility, and quality of staff and physicians. The primary accreditation service is the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. JCAHO is a notfor-profit, independent organization founded in 1951 that reviews safety and quality of the nation’s health care facilities through a voluntary but rigorous accreditation process. This process is ongoing to ensure that the hospital is staying in compliance with ever changing regulations. There are more than 18,000 hospitals accredited by JCAHO each year and information about the Joint Commission or the accredited hospitals can be found on their website at For further research into a particular facility one may try some other independent rating organizations like Solutient’s “Top 100 Hospitals.” These independent organizations rate the standards for different hospitals by category: major teaching, large community, medium community, and small community. These studies will give information in relation to the size of community in which you live in and what type of technological advances and studies are available. Does the facility have a staff dedicated to standards of quality? A Dedicated Quality Department will ensure that every employee in each department is implementing and insuring rigorous guidelines and protocol. This ensures that the hospital exceeds quality standards resulting in optimal care for each patient.

WHO WILL HELP ME AT THE HOSPITAL? After researching various websites, call the customer service center at the hospital. Ask the customer service representative if they are accredited by JCAHO and what is their customer satisfaction rating. Also, ask about the facility’s safety records and methodologies. The customer service center will also be a good directional source for information on financial aid and patient’s rights and responsibilities. The next level of customer service should be during the patient’s stay at the hospital. The facility should offer a service coordinator or someone who will explain to the patient and family what is happening at all points throughout the length of the hospital stay. This person should ensure all medical, financial, and miscellaneous needs are met. The last phase of customer service from a particular facility should be the post-patient care. What kind of service will the patient receive during the recovery time? The most important thing to remember is to be educated and make an informed decision about the facilities in the area and which facility fits your needs.

There are several avenues one can take to find a hospital that meets their particular needs

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VISIT THE HOSPITAL BEFORE YOU NEED IT Visiting a hospital is an important step in making an informed decision about future treatment for you or your family. At the initial visit with a physician or customer service representative, always ask specific questions. This will help in the flow of information and also may trigger any other concerns you may have about a facility. Look at the core values and philosophies of the hospital, read their mission statement and check to see if they can deliver what they promise. Look around and make note of how the staff interacts with each other and their patients. Do they exude the compassion, professionalism and care that you would hope to receive? If you do your homework now, you and your family will make decisions that maximize your experience in a hospital when the need arises.

1. Is the hospital accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)? 2. Do they have a Dedicated Quality Department?

3. What are their customer satisfaction indicators or scores? 4. What is the experience, training and certification of the physicians and staff? 5. What are the core values that guide the hospital and its employees?


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ARE YOU READY TO BUY? Don’t Have An Inside Track? It’s Time To Consult A Professional . . . Are you about to take one of the most important steps of a lifetime, the selection and purchase of some kind of real estate? If you are like thousands of others, you are seeking something in the country or in a small town. You see, more and more Americans are moving to small towns or in the country to establish a lifestyle away from the big city or suburbs. If you have decided to make this move, finding what you want might appear impossible. But this decision doesn’t have to be overwhelming, so if you don’t have an inside track about what’s for sale and where, it is time to consult a professional. What’s the first thing to do? Find free real estate publications that have properties in the areas where you want to buy. Or, use the internet to select the area and type of properties you are interested in. This will also guide you in finding a licensed real estate professional that can assist you in finding a property quickly and efficiently. Remember, many small town or country real estate companies serve a large surrounding area. Once you have selected a realty professional, discuss with him/her the type of property that is suitable for your needs. To do this, you must ask yourself some questions. 1. Is my family still growing? 2. What are their needs? 3. Are schools a factor? 4. Do I want minimum grounds upkeep? Maybe just a garden? 5. Do I plan to own horses or several animals? 6. Do I need to be within commuting distance of a certain town for job possibilities? 7. Am I a fixer-upper, or a total zilch with a hammer? 8. Will I be using it as a second home? 9. Will I keep the property to use for retirement or as investment? 10. What is most important about the lifestyle I want to accomplish? 11. Next, provide information to the salesperson about what you can afford. This way, he/she has the tools to assist you, including how much a bank may lend you, and on what basis it is calculated. Once a price range is established, the salesperson will have the information to help you find the right property within your guidelines.

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REAL ESTATE TERMS YOU SHOULD KNOW Get Familiar With Commonly Used Terms In The Real Estate Industry . . . If you are involved in buying or selling real estate. Or, just for your general knowledge. There are numerous terms, commonly used jargon, in the real estate industry that make

Title Insurance An insurance policy that protects a lender’s or owner’s interest in real property from assorted types of unexpected or fraudulent claims of ownership. It’s customary for the buyer to pay for the lender’s title insurance policy.

Following are some basic terms that are often misunderstood: MLS—Multiple Listing Service An organization that collects, compiles, and distributes information about properties listed for sale by its members, who are real estate brokers. Membership isn’t open to the general public, although selected MLS data may be sold to real estate listing websites. MLS’s can be local or regional. There is no “one” MLS covering the entire nation. PITI Principle, interest, taxes and insurance (PITI) are the four components of a onthly mortgage payment. Principal refers to the part of the monthly payment that reduces the remaining balance of the mortgage. Interest is the fee charged for borrowing the money. Taxes and insurance refer to the amounts that are paid into an escrow account each month for property taxes and mortgage and hazard insurance.

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CMA Comparative Market Analysis. A CMA is a report that shows prices of properties that are comparable to a subject property and that were recently sold, are currently on the market or were on the market, but not sold within the listing period. Closing Costs The entire package of miscellaneous expenses paid by the buyer and seller when the transaction closes. These costs include the brokerage commission, mortgage-related fees, escrow or attorney’s charges, recording fees, title insurance, etc. Closing costs generally are paid through escrow. Contingency provision of an agreement that keeps the agreement from being fully legally binding until a certain condition is met. One common example is a buyer’s contractual right to obtain a professional home inspection before purchasing the home.

1. Look for an agent who is a member of the local board or association of realtors. 2. An agent should explain and disclose their role and who they represent.

3. The agent should advise you on how to prepare your home for the market. 4. Be sure the professional shows enthusiasm, listens well, instills confidence and has a personality that is complementary to your own.


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It is vital for your family member that you spend a considerable amount of time researching the nursing home before you send them to the home. It is much easier to pick a good home in the beginning than it is to choose a poor home and have to go through the many obstacles to improve the care or try to transfer your family member to another facility. It is important not to judge the nursing home on the basis of a guided tour or the nice furniture and wallpaper in the lobby. You must remember that, especially in a for-profit nursing home, they put a lot of effort in marketing to convince you to bring your family member to their home. The pictures of happy grandmas in their brochures, nice dining rooms and landscaped entrances do not give you an idea of the quality of the basic care that your family member will receive. There are many ways to go about selecting a nursing home that will be right for you. Besides researching state inspection reports, getting word of mouth recommendations and looking at promotional literature; nothing is more valuable than the insight you gain from making personal visits. Visit more than one nursing home, and visit more than once. Ask a lot of questions, and trust your feelings about the places you visit. Find out as much as you can about each nursing home. A good way to do this is to talk to: • The long-term care ombudsman, who visits nursing homes and investigates complaints. • Doctors, nurses, hospital social workers, clergy, and other professionals who are familiar with nursing homes. • Family members and friends of people who live in the nursing homes. • Residents of the nursing homes. • Nursing home employees, especially nursing assistants, who give 90 per cent of the care.

• Are there always enough linens and other supplies? • Are families concerned about fee increases or extra charges for supplies or services? • Is the “quality of life” good-such things as choices of food at meals and which clothes to wear, a homelike environment, and interesting or entertaining activities? • Does the nursing home have an active resident council? • An active family council? • Are there some really good things about this facility? PLANNING Planning ahead is one of the best ways to ease the emotional stress when seeking a nursing home. If you are helping a relative or a friend find a nursing home, involve them in the process as much as possible. If the person is mentally alert, it is essential that their wishes be considered every step of the way. By planning ahead and educating yourself and your family about nursing home care and services, it will become a much easier transition when you can no longer put off admitting someone to a nursing home. It will also put the future resident’s mind at ease to know what to expect in the admission process and the first few days in their new home. • Visit rooms where various therapies and recreational programs are held. • Observe the dining area, beauty salon and the schedules for each. • Inquire about security measures, especially for residents who have a tendency to wander. • Ask about facility policies regarding use or installation of telephones, cable television and bringing personal items into the facility. • Observe how the staff meets with you and how they interact with other residents during your visit (are they respectful, caring, and attentive?) • Observe if the residents are occupied, supervised, satisfied, well groomed and if the rooms are personalized. • Is the facility free of overwhelming unpleasant odors? • Is the home clean and well-maintained? • Do chairs and other furniture seem sturdy, attractive and comfortable? • Is the facility well lighted? • Taste the food, is it good? • Are the residents who need help eating receiving assistance? • Are there hand rails in hallways and grab bars in bathrooms? • Is the temperature comfortable? • Do patients’ rooms have windows?

There are many ways to go about selecting a nursing home that will be right for you.

ASK A LOT OF QUESTIONS ABOUT ANY NURSING HOME YOU’RE INTERESTED IN. Examples: • Do people you talk to regard this as a good nursing home? • Has the state licensing agency found an unusual number of violations here? •Does the home have enough staff, especially nursing assistants, to give residents the care and personal attention they need? • Are staff friendly, considerate, and helpful? • Are residents treated with dignity and respect? • Are there a lot of staff changes because workers leave? • Do staff do their jobs well? • Does the nursing home provide the special services your loved one needs?

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1. Do not choose a nursing home on the basis of a guided tour or the nice furniture and wallpaper in the lobby. 2. In selecting a nursing home make personal visits.

3. Ask a lot of questions about any nursing home you’re interested in. 4. Planning ahead is one of the best ways to ease the emotional stress when seeking a nursing home.


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Engine size is also a consideration. While higher cc engines are more powerful, there is a trade off in fuel efficiency and machine weight. Average is between 300 and 500 cc. ATVs come in both automatic and manual transmissions, as with cars. Manual transmissions require more attention and experience to handle. While automatic transmissions are considered top of the line, they have more difficulty on steep climbs. Some manual transmissions have what is called a low range selection that allows the vehicle to maintain a high RPM while moving slowly over steep rocky terrain. Many vehicles have specific design functions, such as sand paddles for sand dunes, or a rack that can hold supplies for overnight trips. Fourwheel drive vehicles use the power of all four tires to drive the ATV. A four-wheel drive vehicle more easily handles rougher terrain. Two-wheel drive vehicles use only the rear tires. Sport vehicles tend to come in two-wheel drive because they allow the vehicle to go faster. Four wheel drive is useful for steeper climbs and heavier payloads. Four-wheel drive vehicles can be up to a thousand dollars more than two-wheel drive. If you are inexperienced at riding, you may want to look into any local ATV or off-roading clubs for advice. This may also offer the opportunity to try other members’ ATVs to get a feel for different vehicles. To insure that you are comfortable with your choice of ATV, you may want to find a dealer who will allow you to rent before buying. If money is an object, it may be prudent to look into buying a used vehicle.

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Who Is Your Provider? The importance of establishing a primary care provider. The relationship we have with our primary care provider is one of the most important relationships we have. It’s a working relationship focused on maintaining our overall health and wellbeing–a guiding hand through every stage of our lives. A primary care provider is a health care practitioner who provides care to people with common medical issues. These individuals are usually a Doctor (MD), but they can also be a nurse practitioner (FNP, DNP, NP, etc.) or a physician assistant (PA, PA-C). We find ourselves in need of medical care at every stage of our lives, from birth to the end of life. As a result, it’s likely that your primary care provider will be involved in your health care for many years, so it is important to choose someone who you work well with and who makes you feel comfortable. The role of your primary care provider. Primary care providers are your main contact in non-emergency medical situations. They provide preventive care and promote healthy lifestyle choices, diagnose and treat common medical conditions and provide referrals to medical specialists when necessary. Primary care providers typically provide care in an outpatient setting through clinics. If you are admitted to the hospital, depending on the circumstances, your primary care provider may be asked to assist in directing your care. This is most common in cases where longterm medical conditions, such as asthma, may have caused complications resulting in being admitted to the hospital. Having your primary care provider on hand in these situations is important as they are able to provide the hospital staff with a history of the condition as well as provide you with some much needed reassurance. As our needs change, so should our providers As we advance through the various stages of life, we find ourselves needing different forms of care. As we prepare to raise a family, we are most in need of a primary care provider who can provide obstetrical and gynecological care, pregnancy care and lead us up to, and through, a healthy and successful birth. Once we give birth, we may choose to stay with our primary care provider while our newborn child begins their care with a provider who specializes in pediatrics. Our child may stay with their pediatrician until they are 18, when they move on to choosing a general or family practitioner. The cycle continues from there.

It is important that you select the right primary care provider for you and your expected health care needs for each stage of your life. Insurance Many insurance plans place limits on the types of providers you can choose from, so it’s a good idea to contact your insurance provider to make sure you know what your insurance will cover before choosing your primary care provider. If you do not have a primary care provider, and a non-emergency health problem arises, you should seek non-emergency care from an urgent care clinic rather than a hospital emergency room. This will often save you money. TYPES OF PRIMARY CARE PROVIDERS Family Practitioners/General Practitioners: These doctors see children and adults of all ages and in many cases handle obstetrical care and minor surgery. They have also completed a residency program, around 11 years of post-high-school medical education and are board-certified or board-eligible for their specialty.

A primary care provider is a health care practitioner who provides care to people with common medical issues.

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Pediatricians: These doctors are specialized in the care of newborns, infants, children and adolescents. They have also completed a residency program, around 11 years of post-high-school medical education and are board-certified or board-eligible for their specialty. Obstetricians/Gynecologists: Doctors who specialize in Obstetrics and Gynecology often serve as a primary care provider for women, particularly those of childbearing age. Nurse Practitioners: Nurse practitioners go through a different training and certification process than doctors. They are registered nurses (RN) with advanced training in diagnosing and treating illnesses and have the ability to prescribe medications and administer physical exams. Physician Assistant: Physician Assistants also go through a different training and certification process than doctors. They are licensed medical practitioners who work under the direction of a physician (MD). They diagnose and treat illnesses and have the ability to prescribe medications and administer physical exams. The MD who they work under also reviews their work.

Pediatricians. These doctors are specialized in the care of newborns, infants, children and adolescents. Obstetricians/Gynecologists. Doctors who specialize in Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Nurse Practitioners. They are registered nurses (RN) with advanced training. Physician Assistant. They are licensed medical practitioners who work under the direction of a physician.


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If you’ve seen any home makeovers in magazines or on TV you know that paint colors can dramatically transform a room. Painting is one of the least expensive ways to redecorate a room but many people feel intimidated when choosing colors. In the past most people stayed with safe interior shades such as beige, off white, light blue and light green. Today the range of colors and paints makes it easier to become more adventurous. Before you choose a paint color, think about how the room is used and how you respond to different colors emotionally. Look at home decorating magazines and clip out color schemes and rooms that appeal to you. Keep in mind that paint can enhance a room’s features or it can be used to hide flaws. Yellow, orange and red are classified as warm colors while blues, greens and purples are labeled cool. You may want to choose cool colors to create a relaxing ambience in a bedroom. A warm yellow adds warmth to a chilly den or dining room. Decorators often use light colors such as cream and white to make smaller rooms appear larger. Dark colors such as navy or red can evoke a cozier mood in a very large room. Don’t forget to take your floor covering into consideration when choosing paint colors. A very dark wood floor or a dark colored carpet will have an effect on how wall colors look. Upholstery texture and patterns may also influence your choice of paint colors. Decide if you want the room to have a warm, casual ambience or a more formal feeling. Visit a local paint, hardware or home improvement store and collect a variety of brochures and paint samples. Pay attention to displays showing textured walls and paints with special effects. Consider how various paint combinations would look in different rooms. Take the paint chips home and look at them in natural and artificial light. When you particularly love one color such as blue-green, try using neighboring colors on the color wheel as accents to create an analogous color scheme. Interior designers often advise their clients to take a look at their wardrobes before selecting a new color for the bedroom or living room. If you have a lot of blues and greens in your closet, chances are you’ll be happy with some variation of those colors on your walls. You may want to coordinate paint colors using hues from a favorite rug or painting. Monochromatic colors are the easiest to work with when decorating. Basically you choose one color and use varying shades of it throughout the room to create a sense of casual coordination. For example a medium yellow room could have slightly darker molding, a lighter ceiling and yellow print wallpaper on one wall. Complimentary colors can be a little tricky. When choosing colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel such as blue and orange or green and red, it is best to use them as accents or accessories to avoid garish contrasts. Color can also be used to create the illusion of a different sized room. A square room looks very different when one wall

is painted a different color. Try enhancing interesting architectural features such as a window seat or beams by painting them a coordinating or contrasting color from the walls. You can make a very narrow room seem wider by painting the shorter walls a darker color than the longer walls. The color you choose for the ceiling is very important. A lighter color is a better choice for a low ceiling in a small room. A dark color is the best solution when you have a cavernous room with a ceiling that seems too high. Hallways and foyers will seem warmer to guests if you choose a warm color like yellow or peach. Red and green are popular choices for dining rooms and kitchens, while pale blue and lavender are considered romantic choices for bedrooms. Bathrooms allow you to be a little more dramatic. For example a black and white color scheme in a bathroom can be quite sophisticated but in a small bedroom the same look could be overwhelming. Consider using a technique such as sheen striping to create vertical stripes of the same color but in different sheens or textures. It’s a sophisticated decorating trick that not only creates visual interest but also helps create the illusion of height in rooms with low ceilings.

Painting is one of the least expensive ways to redecorate a room but many people feel intimidated when choosing colors.

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CHOOSING A COLOR SCHEME 1. First, choose a style (formal or casual) and a theme for your room (such as American country, English garden, techno modern). 2. With the style and theme in mind, decide on an anchor fabric that has 3 or more colors. 3. Use the background color from the fabric as a wall color. 4. Pick a mid-toned color from the fabric for flooring and large furniture pieces, which could be a solid or patterned design. Upholstery can also be done in your anchor fabric or coordinating fabric. 5. Use the brightest colors from the fabric for accessories and accents like welting, picture mats, and decorative pillows. 6. Place your anchor fabric in at least three places in the room (upholstery, pillows, curtains, etc). 7. Use coordinating fabrics in other scales (larger or smaller) as accent fabrics on chairs, pillows, cording, and tablecloths. 8. For example, to use an ‘anchor’ fabric with an American flag design: use white (the background color) for walls, navy (a mid-toned color) on floor, blue and white ticking on the sofa, and red (the brightest color) for accessories and accents. 9. To continue this example, the coordinated prints could be the blue and white ticking stripe, a navy star print fabric, and a red and white mini-check used on chairs, curtains, and pillows.

1. Repeat colors evenly throughout the room, and in at least 3 places. 2. Adding dressmaker details in cording and trims is one way to disperse color and add interest.

3. Divide color use to approximately 60% of the room in the background (lightest) color, 30% in the mid-tone color, and 10% in the brightest, accent colors. adno=428218-01

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The reasons for preferring cremation are varied. For some, it seems a more natural process than burial. Others have environmental concerns with burial. Still others are not sure why they feel more comfortable with cremation but are interested in learning more. This article is for all of you. Most funeral homes provide some type of cremation service, but some specialize in providing cremation services. For many consumers it is important the funeral home they select own and operate their own crematory as opposed to transferring the deceased to an off-site crematory. The peace of mind of knowing one funeral home is prepared and experienced to provide the services you require is well worth the effort required to become educated and make an informed choice. Because it is important to be informed, many people choose to make their decisions in advance. Making pre-arrangements with your selected funeral home will help assure your wishes will be carried out following death. It also spares your family from the burden of making decisions during the emotional time after a death. Many people wonder whether cremation is consistent with their religious beliefs. There was a time when some religions disapproved of the cremation process. Today, most permit cremation. It is a good idea to discuss your concerns with your clergy, as individual congregations may differ from nationwide or worldwide church policies. Another reason for preferring cremation is the many options available for services and final disposition. In fact, cremation offers more options than does traditional burial. For example, choices are available in the type and scheduling of gathering or celebration, the final disposition of cremated remains, and ways to remember or “memorialize” the deceased.

Cremation followed by Memorial Service: Following either private or public viewing, the body is cremated. A service or gathering is held at a place of the family’s choosing, to commemorate the life of the deceased. Eulogies, readings, music and the sharing of photos, videos, and personal collections and hobbies are often part of the gathering. The gathering is an opportunity for those who cared about the deceased to remember them in a special way, and to say good-bye. Funeral Service followed by cremation Probably the greatest misconception about cremation is that there can be no funeral. Many people choosing cremation have a traditional funeral service, followed by cremation. The funeral service may be conducted in a funeral home, church, or any other appropriate setting. Clergy may conduct the service, but this is not required. Some will prefer a less formal format of sharing memories and feelings. The funeral service is personalized by including things to help those attending to better know and remember the deceased, such as flowers, photos, videos and music. Choosing a casket, urn, burial vault, and stationery items that reflect the loved one’s life complements these items. Funeral directors who specialize in cremation will have many examples for you to look at and choose from. Anyone who has ever tried to write a family history knows it can take a little time. Planning to personalize a memorial service or funeral service is much the same. The plan may consist of simple, brief notes or a detailed set of directions. With so many choices and options, the value of preplanning becomes evident. No one better understands your wishes than you. Meeting with a funeral director who specializes in cremation services allows you to collect information on options and costs, and to record your wishes for your family to refer to later. You may even want to pre-pay your final expenses as a way of relieving your family from this burden and saving money. There are many good reasons why thoughtful families are beginning to strongly consider cremation. Let an informed funeral professional with experience and special interest in cremation make suggestions as to your options and choices.

The reasons for preferring cremation are varied. If you are interested in learning more, then this article is for you.

Immediate cremation Those preferring to have no services or gathering can arrange for removal of the deceased and immediate cremation. You will want to review cost, administrative requirements, and other details with your funeral director. Many families who choose direct cremation later regret the decision because it ignores their need for closure. Participating in arrangements, viewing the body, and meeting in a formal or informal setting with supportive friends and family are meaningful parts of a ritual, like baptisms and weddings, that help us understand and cope with loss.

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3. Make decisions and pre-arrangements in advance.

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Adding a storage shed outside of your home seems like a simple enough task but some planning ahead of time will help you get the most out of this worthwhile addition. If you are looking for a workshop as well, there are a number of factors you need to consider. Where you put the shed on your block also requires some thought. Find out more about the right shed and its location here.

Sheds If you plan to use the garden shed as a workshop as well as for storage, it’s well worth considering a model with greater wall height. This will cost more initially but a few bumps on the head will make you wish you’d spent that little bit extra. You will also require ventilation and storage space. Some manufacturers have a range of workbenches to suit their sheds, as well as shelving and pegboard style storage. Always select the biggest you can afford and the smallest that will do the job for you? Most people recommend looking at a shed size 10 to 20 per cent larger than your current needs dictate. Once the garden shed is there, you’ll always find something extra to put inside it. Natural light can also be important. Will you fit windows, skylights or translucent roofing panels? If you’ll be storing expensive tools or sporting equipment you’ll need security. Make sure any windows and doors you choose are lockable. Do you want to hide it or make a feature of it? A good quality timber garden shed can actually add value to your home and be used as an attractive feature in your garden.

be all that’s necessary if you just want to store some sporting goods or lawn tools. Planned and designed properly, such a cupboard could fit neatly and inconspicuously along the side of the house, or in the corner of your yard. Similarly, a bench with storage built in beneath the seat can solve your storage problems on the back porch. Large bulky pieces of sporting equipment such as surfboards or kayaks can be suspended from a garage or carport roof or hung on hooks along a side wall. Choosing the site Think about the position of the shed in your garden. Is it located for convenient access? Will you be able to get around it during assembly? Will it be easily concealed or is it in the right place to work as a feature? Is the area where the shed is to go likely to be affected by storm runoff or damp ground? If you answered yes to either question, the floor should be raised above ground level. If pouring a concrete floor, you must ensure the site where your shed is to be assembled is level and flat. Sheds built on unleveled sites can end up with gaps between panels, poorly operating doors, water leaks and other problems. On sloping sites, stumps or piers with bearers and joists on top may be a better option. Check that any doors or windows are positioned to suit the site where you want to put the shed. Can you get the mower around the corner and into the door? Sliding doors usually create a wider aperture, handy for bulky equipment. Some manufacturers allow you to customize their basic designs by changing the position of these features prior to manufacture and delivery. Beware as later modifications can void your warranty.

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1. If you’re planning to use a garden shed as a workshop leave room for your head.

3. The floor of a garden shed should be raised if it’s built in a damp area.

2. An outdoor cupboard may be enough for limited storage needs.

What are you going to use your garden shed for? If it’s simply for storage a simple outdoor cupboard or shelving unit may suffice.


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Fall Yard Cleanup & Lawn Maintenance Summer might be drawing to a close, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to put away your lawn and garden work ethic. If you want a vibrant and healthy lawn and garden in the spring, there is plenty of lawn maintenance left to do before winter arrives. Preparing your lawn and garden for winter will give you less yard work to do once the weather warms. Here are some things you can do to get ahead of the game this fall. Step 1: Keep Up on Lawn Maintenance Keep mowing your lawn right up until the first frost, but keep the grass length longer than 2½” throughout the fall season. When you mow for the last time, use a mulching mower. The mulch will keep as much nitrogen as possible in the soil over the winter and into the spring. Don’t forget to check your lawn for weeds. Use a dandelion weeder to pop them out of the soil, and they won’t return in the spring. As leaves collect on your lawn, rake them regularly to keep your grass healthy. Leaves can smother and kill the grass if left on your lawn. Rake up as many leaves as possible and bag them for disposal or you can also shred them and spread on the lawn as compost. Pruning is a vital part of fall yard clean up and maintenance. Prune any dead, diseased or out-of-control branches from trees and shrubs. Use a handsaw to saw off branches that are dead, infested with insects or disease, or that have grown too close to power lines and pose a safety threat. Bypass loppers work well for smaller branches. Always cut away from yourself so the branch does not fall toward you. Safety Alerts! Always keep ladders, tools, equipment and yourself at least 10’ away from any overhead power lines. Make sure to wear safety goggles when working with a handsaw or loppers. Observe basic ladder safety procedures to avoid serious injury from a fall. Invest in an adjustable ladder stabilizer that attaches to the ladder and braces onto the roof. Water your trees and shrubs deeply one last time before winter, paying special attention to any newly planted foliage. And, don’t forget to bring your potted plants inside when overnight temperatures dip below 50ºF. Spray potted plants with a garden hose to clean off dirt and wash away pests before you bring them in. After the first frost, cut back perennial growth to just a few inches above the ground using a sharp bypass pruner, garden shears or scissors. Throughout the winter, leave the stems above ground to protect the crown. The crown is the part of the plant at ground level where the stem meets the roots. Make sure you thoroughly pick up any plant parts you cut back and any other plant debris that has died and fallen off. Remove any weeds and other garden debris as well, disposing of it in yard refuse bags. Leaving this organic matter in your garden could bring disease, insects and rodent infestation, as they are all attracted to decaying vegetation.


for the fall planting season. As you work with bulbs and tubers, squeeze them to find the healthiest ones. A good bulb or tuber will feel firm to the touch. Throw away any spongy ones. Use a blanket of compost or mulch several inches thick to cover your newly planted bulbs during the winter months. Fall is also the best time to plant cool-season grasses. Varieties such as perennial rye, bluegrass and fescue do well this time of year for filling bare spots. Overseed bare areas to allow seeds to germinate. Step 4: Fertilize Your Lawn and Garden It’s important to fertilize before the first frost. Experts at your local True Value hardware store can fill you in on everything you need to know about lawn fertilization, including how to find the right fall fertilizer for your grass or flowerbeds. They will probably recommend a fertilizer designed for fall use. These fertilizers have a high potassium content, which helps the lawn resist disease and drought, and better equips it for the winter months. Load your spreader over the sidewalk or driveway to prevent spills that can damage vegetation and apply the fertilizer evenly over the entire lawn or flowerbed. Take care not to fertilize roses, however, because this discourages winter growth and makes your roses more vulnerable to extreme temperatures and conditions. Step 5: Prepare Your Deck or Patio Wintry conditions can be hard on decks and patios, and any furniture on them. Remove patio furniture and store it in the garage or wherever there’s space. If that’s not an option, invest in furniture covers that are made to withstand the harsh winter weather. Before you store or cover anything, clean your furniture properly. Wipe each piece with damp cloths and dry with towels. Remove cushions and pillows and follow the manufacturer’s cleaning instructions. Use a broom to sweep away leaves, needles and other debris from your deck and between the boards. You can remove mildew with a solution of 3 quarts water, 1 quart oxygen bleach and ¼-cup ammonia-free liquid dishwasher detergent. Add this solution to a garden sprayer and apply liberally to the deck’s surface. Let the mixture set for about 10 to 15 minutes.

Preparing your lawn and garden for winter will give you less yard work to do once the weather warms.

Step 2: Dethatch and Aerate Your Lawn Thatch builds up when grass clippings are not chopped finely enough with a mulching mower or if excessive clippings are not removed after cutting. To prevent thatch from accumulating, rake your lawn after mowing, and especially at the end of the growing season. If you’ve got thatch buildup, you might need to dethatch. You should dethatch if thatch is more than ½” thick. Use an iron rake or a thatch rake (also known as a scrake ) to cut through and rake off thatch. This will also scarify the surface. For large lawns, you may want to consider renting a walk-behind dethatching machine. Lawn aeration in the fall will give you healthy grass in the spring. Aerating allows for greater movement of water, fertilizer and air. It also increases the speed of mulch decomposition and encourages deep root growth, so be sure to aerate before applying fertilizer. You can aerate your lawn with a hand cultivator or a mechanical aerator. For moderately compacted soil in a limited area, systematically prick holes in the soil with a spading or digging fork. Holes should be 2” to 3” apart and 1” to 2” deep. If you’re dealing with a larger lawn area or you want to make the task easier, there are several types of push spike or coring aerators you can rent or purchase. Some models look a little like a manual push mower with spikes or star-shaped wheels instead of blades. Others are designed as attachments that fit behind a power mower. For medium-to-large areas, you’ll want to rent a gas-powered spiking aerator.

Step 6: Clean and Repair Gutters When the bulk of leaves have fallen for the season, check your gutters. Clogged gutters can damage your home and cause basement flooding when snow melts, so it’s important to clean your gutters before winter hits. Use a ladder to get onto the roof, and then remove leaves and twigs with gloved hands and/or a large scoop. Place the debris in a trash bag, carefully dropping it to the ground when it’s full. Use a hose to flush out the gutters after you’re done cleaning. With the hose running, you’ll also find any leaks that need to be repaired. You can easily patch a leaky gutter yourself. Scrub the inside of the gutter around the hole with steel wool. With metal snips, cut a patch of metal flashing that is slightly larger than the hole. Use a putty knife to coat the back of the metal patch with asphalt flashing cement or gutter patch and press into place. Smooth any adhesive that oozes out with gloved hands. Step 7: Care for Tools At the end of the season, disconnect and drain garden hoses, and store them inside before the onset of winter. After you turn off the water supply at the shutoff valve inside the house, open the outdoor spigot to drain any remaining water from the line. Empty the gas from your lawn mower’s tank. Sharpen or replace blades on tools that cut or dig. Hone and maintain the sharp edges of all cutting tools with a medium-grit sharpening stone. Safety Alerts! Wear heavy gloves when cleaning or sharpening sharp cutting tools. Wear goggles when using a wire brush to remove rust and dirt. If your trimmer has a serrated blade, do not attempt to sharpen it. Use a wire brush to remove surface rust and dirt. Wipe down the metal with light oil to protect it from corrosion. Check your tools’handles for any splinters, breaks and cracks. Smooth weathered, rough wooden handles with a medium-grit emery cloth. Wipe a dry handle down with a heavy coat of linseed oil to protect the wood over the winter months. That’s it! You’re done with your fall clean up, and your lawn and garden are ready for winter.”

Step 3: Plant in the Fall for Spring Blooms For the best spring bloom of your garden, start planting bulbs now. Many common bulbs can be planted in fall, including tulips, daffodils and hyacinths. Tubers such as daylilies and dahlias are also popular choices

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1. Lawn aeration is generally easier to do when the soil is moist, but it won’t work as well if the ground is wet. Although aerating can be done any time of year, it’s best to do it in the fall after dethatching or after a thorough raking.

2. If you don’t plan on grilling during the winter, you may also want to cover your grill or store it out of the elements.

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These days, buying a home means more than just looking at the structure. Buying a home now means talking to the builder as carefully as you shop for a home. Home buyers need to know the home they’re buying — whether it be a house, condo or custom build home — is a good quality home built by a reputable builder. A local builders association is a good place to start to obtain a list of builders who construct homes in your area. Other good places to find information are in the classified section of the local newspaper, Internet and radio ads. Looking through these sources of information can provide information such as types of homes, locations and cost. Local real estate agents, friends and relatives can also help provide this information. Another way to gather information is to drive around and look at subdivisions and houses that are being built. Next, make a list of the information you have gathered. Along with that, include a list of questions to ask others about the builder, and to ask he builder themselves. A good way to get the answers from homeowners is to drive around the areas of interest on weekends or evenings when current residents may be outside exercising or doing outdoor chores. Ask builders for the addresses of some of the work they have done so you can visit them in person. Visiting these homes and talking with their owners is a good source of information. Taking a notebook along when asking questions of builders or homeowners is a good way to keep all the information in one place for future reference.

Some questions to ask builders are: • How long has your company been in business? • Who do you contact for customer service after the sale is complete? • Who is responsible for correcting problems with major appliances? • Does the builder use state-of-the-art energy features? • Take detailed notes on the information you receive. When you find a home you want to examine, take notes on a number of features. The quality of cabinetry, carpeting, trimwork and paint are important features of a home. Take into consideration the design of the home as well when looking to buy. • Are there enough bedrooms and bathrooms? • Is there enough storage space? • Is there enough extra space for particular hobbies or an office or exercise room? • Is the lawn large or small enough? Neighborhood associations are also a key factor to buying a home. If the neighborhood has one, get a list of their rules. • Do they allow fences? • Do they allow boats or campers to be parked at the house? Service contracts are another important key in buying a home. A builder will typically make two service calls, the first within one to four months after moving in, and the second around the 11th month just before warranties on workmanship and materials expire. Buying a home is a costly move that should be done with patience and caution, making sure all the important questions are asked before the deal is complete.

Home buyers need to know the home they’re buying — whether it be a house, condo or custom build home — is a good quality home built by a reputable builder.

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