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NAME OF BUSINESS: Walsh’s Ace Hardware Year established: 1913 Tell us a little about your business: What do you do? We are a family owned hardware store. We serve the farm, home and hardware needs locally. We are a full line hardware store with plumbing, electrical and hardware. Our paint departments and Lawn and Garden are fully stocked and seasonally ready to go. We have greenhouses each Spring and an awesome Ladies Night in the Fall. How many “neighbors” do you employ? In total we have 140 employees. Richland Center employs 32, Muscoda employs 12. Over the years we have employed thousands of neighbors and intend to continue doing “The Crew at Walsh’s Ace Hardware thinkin so. We are many times a first job and we g local” value the role of teaching and preparing today’s youth how to work in a team environment and provide Legendary Customer Service. Recognizing you can do business anywhere…why are you here? The community support is the reason we’re here. It’s been awesome over the years! It’s not about being the biggest, or cheapest or the loudest. We want to be the best partner with the community that we can be. The loyalty from the community has been strong throughout the years. We want to repay that with loyalty of our own. What’s the one thing you wish everyone knew about your business? We take customer service to heart and really care. We train, train and train some more to be sure we’re serving the community the best we can. We really try to attract and retain the best customer service oriented folks in the area. We also have a primary objective within our communities to support charitable events and organizations. We exist to serve. What makes your business unique? Our business is comprised of “neighbors” and depends on them. We also contribute and support local charities and causes. It is one of the reasons we do what we do – where we do it. We don’t do anything that you can’t find in thousands of other places. It is HOW we do it that matters. We care that it works for you and that you are ready to tackle whatever projects you might have. Other than providing jobs and paying taxes what are some other ways you give back to the community? We are big supporters of veteran causes, GRACE and Children’s Miracle Network. We are also continually providing support to smaller needs. We are many times a first job for someone. And, we take that introductory training to the workforce with pride and sincerity. We donate directly more than $60,000 annually back into the communities. If you include things like Ace Rewards and discounts the total is much higher. Parting thoughts….please share anything else you’d like our readers to know: Although the community, schools, programs and such exist without us, we don’t exist without them! Being enabled to serve our community for four generations is a privilege. We want to continue to earn and preserve that trust. Address: 1525 Bohmann Dr., Richland Center, Wi Phone: 608-647-8925 Email: pjwalsh@ymail.com Website: www.walshsacehardware.com and www.aceoflacrosse.com

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ALFALFA AND GRASS HAY FOR SALE: 3x4x8 bales. Delivered in semi loads anywhere. Buy direct from producer. No middle man. Selling alfalfa since 1970. Mike Brosnan, Huron, South Dakota. Home 605-352-7728, Cell 605354-1055, www.brosnanfarms. com. FOR SALE: Small square bales hay and stray. Reasonable. Can deliver free. 608-331-8012. ADVERTISE HERE! Call 608-647-2911.

FOR SALE: 35 Top Quality Angus FOR SALE: Red Angus steers Bulls. Performance data, AI sire, and bulls. Phone 608-647-3162 calving ease and semen tested. and leave message. Mill Coulee Angus Farm. 4mi North of Prairie du Chien on HWY WHEEL DEAL - An exclusive 35. TracyMark Pedretti 608-412- Shopping News Promotion. 0004, 608-412-3349 Like us on Sell your car, pick-up, or ANGUS, SIM-ANGUS, & Mainemotorcycle by placing a Wheel Facebook Anjou yearling bulls for sale. Deal Ad in the Shopping News. Performance data available, FOR SALE: Red Angus and Red We will run your ad until that semen tested, calving ease and AngusCharolais crossed bulls. vehicle sells, up to 20 weeks delivery options. 608-778-9050, Dick Berns 563-380-6060. Cory for only $20.00. One vehicle 608-778-5768. Miner 563-380-4067 Postville, per ad. Over 15 words, 25¢ Iowa per word. Non-commercial use PHOTO ENLARGEMENTS: YOUR NEXT Rubber Stamp Color snapshots enlarged or cop- THIS SPACE could have been only. Payable in advance. No can be purchased through the ied. X-Press Printing, 272 N. yours. Call 608-647-2911. refunds. Shopping News, 272 North Main Main, Richland Center, 647-2911. Street, Richland Center.



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DATE: Sunday, April 9 TIME: 10:30 a.m. (Doors will open by 8:00 a.m. for inspection of coins) LOCATION: 104 East Oak Street, Boscobel, WI (Tuffley Center) Watch for Auction Arrows. THE FOLLOWING IS ONLY A PARTIAL LISTING BUT WILL LIQUIDATE THIS SELLER’S COLLECTION! U.S. Indian includes 1868 Unc., 1908S, 1909S and Lincoln cent; silver dimes; barber, Wash. quarters; Walking Lib, Franklin and Kennedy half dollars; Morgan, Peace silver dollars; currency; gold includes 1874 $3,1915 $5 Indian, 1923 St. Gaudens $20 Certified MS62 and others. TERMS: Cash, good check or credit card w/proper ID. Number system will be used. Sales tax will apply. All announcements made sale day will take precedence over printed material.

5728 Peer Rd. Boscobel, WI 53805 Auctioneer #539 & Broker (608) 375-5458 “WE SELL TO SERVE AGAIN”

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DATE: Saturday, April 8, 2017 TIME: 10:30 a.m. LUNCH: On Grounds. LOCATION: E7366 Getter Rd., Viroqua, WI 54665 PHONE: (608) 606-1816. From Viroqua take NN south 2 miles to Getter Rd. Follow Getter Rd. 2/10 of a mile to farm or take Cty. Trk. J by the golf course, 1 mile to Getter Rd. then follow Getter Rd. 8/10 of a mile to farm. TRACTOR & COMBINE: JD 2840, diesel, WF, 3 point, dual hyd., 18-4-34 tires, like new, new hyd. pump; MF 1135, diesel, w/cab heat/air, 3 point, dual hyd. and new 18-4R-38 tires; MF 1130, diesel, WF, 3 point, dual hyd., 18-4-38 rubber; MF 1130, diesel, 3 point, WF, w/roll bars, 18-4-38 rubber, engine overhaul; MF 65. diesel, WF, PS, 3 point; Case 430 industrial w/loader; MF 540 combine diesel w/4-row corn head & pick-up grain head; MF 300 gas combine w/No. 24 2-row corn head; 1144 MF 4-row corn head; MF 14' grain head; MF 10' grain head; MF 24-row corn head for parts. EQUIPMENT: Knowles 7-shank disc chisel; AC 2300 12' wheel disc; IH 470 12' wheel disc; Case IH 4500 14' Vibra shank w/harrow; IH 14' digger w/harrow; Case IH 145 3-16 rollover plow, 3 point, real nice; 9-shank trailer chisel plow; 14' single packer; JD 7000 4-row corn planter, no till, cutters sharp, w/monitor; JD 7000 4-row corn planter w/monitor, real clean; JD 8200 12' grain drill w/ GS; 6' Brillion seeder; Hesston 1120 haybine, 9'; Clark 200 gal. field sprayer; JD 6' rotary mower, 3 point; 8-wheel 3 point rake; NH 782 chipper w/hay head & controls; PT 10 haybine; JD 454 snow blower head; 2 sections steel drag; JD 4400 4-row corn head; 4-row Hiniker cultivator. MISC.: Jamesway 200 gal bulk tank; 3-fount 2-hole waterer; 169-38 duals; 6 greenhouse ventilation fans; greenhouse seeding trays; DeWalt cordless tools; Knipco heater; 4 outboard boat motors; 3 push mowers; Ariens snow blower; mineral feeder; cabinets; 1 load of misc. items. TERMS: Cash or good checks, All announcements made day of auction take precedence over all ads in print. Check www.olerudauctions.com. REGISTERED WI AUCTIONEERS: Gary Olerud, (608) 634-4557 or (608) 632-1689, License #364; Garrick Olerud, License #2912, Westby, WI 54667. CLERK & CASHIER: Olerud Auction Service. adno=515629-01 WE PRINT Letterhead, Envelopes, Newsletters, Brochures, Receipt Books, Statements, Programs, Tickets, Posters, Resumes, and Much More! Free estimates. Shopping News, 272 N. Main, Richland Center, 608647-2911.


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HAY AND straw of all kinds deliv- FOR SALE: Net wrapped round ered, Western also. Walter bales of quality 1, 2, 3rd crop hay. Mathys, 608-482-1457. No rain, baled dry. Come see. No reasonable offer refused. 608ALFALFA OR grass round bales 538-3833, 608-604-5138. for sale, 608-647-6059 leave message. FOR SALE: No rain, small square bales hay. 608-588-7831. FOR SALE 4x5 net wrapped round bales, 1st crop $20.00, 2nd HAY FOR Sale big squares, crop $25.00. 608-549-3121 stored inside, 1st crop RFV 118, 2nd crop RFV 129, no rain, no SAVE YOUR ENERGY - Use mold, clean wheat straw. 608ours. Sell it in a Classified. 546-4095, 608-574-4544


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SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 2017 10:00 AM

We will be selling our Solid Wood Handcrafted furniture at our showroom located in North Freedom. Includes Bedroom & Dining Room Sets, Glider Rockers, Cedar Chests and Misc. Items. Be on time and bring trailers. Auction will only last a few hours. All items must be removed the same day.

Marvin & Lillian, 109 E. Walnut St., North Freedom, WI 53951


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TEN WEANED Holstein steers, CALL 608-647-2911 to place SAVE TODAY - THE vaccinated, dehorned, $315 your ad. CLASSIFIED WAY! each. 17 Holsteins steers 300350 pounds, vaccinated, dehorned, $400 each. 608-4824534. 9663 Cty.Trk A, Box 332

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NAME: Tom & Beth Gilmour ADDRESS: 1880 El Dorado Rd, Orangeville, IL. 61060 PHONE: (815) 988-3376 DATE: Saturday, April 8, 2017 TIME: 10:30 a.m. LUNCH: Boondox Buffet LOCATION: 3 miles East of Orangeville, Il on Rock Grove Rd to Afolkey Rd North ½ mile to El Dorado and left to 1st farm OR 3 miles East of Monroe WI. on Hwy 11/81 to Richland Rd and South to Cty Rd K, continue South to State line and turn right on Afolkey Rd to ElDorodo, turn left 1st farm on left. Watch for Wilkinson Auction arrows. MACHINERY: CIH 9130 4 WD "Rowcrop Special" dsl trator w/cab & air, 3 pt, PTO, duals, approx 4000 hrs.; NH L220 dsl skid loader, cab enclosure, air heat, radio, air ride seat & material bucket, only 395 hrs, like new; Set of steel tracks for skid loader; CID "Extreme" 72" brush cutter attach for SS; 60" rock bucket for SS; set of bale forks for SS; homemade machinery mover for SS. Other misc SS attachments. COMBINE HEADS & CART: NH CR940 combine w/cab, air, buddy seat, straddle duals, bin extensions, fully loaded approx 2000 engine hrs & 1500 seperator hrs. Very Nice; NH 98C 8 row 30" poly corn head w/hydraulic deck plates; NH 74C 25' flex grain platform; Kinze 800 grain cart w/new roll tarp & hardware. TRUCKS & TRAILER: '92 White GMS semi tractor, air, cruise, 435 HP Cummins dsl engine, Super 10 transmission, 400K miles; '92 Wilson 40 ft hopper bottom grain trailer; '90 Chevy 3500 1 ton dually, 350 gas engine, auto trans w/flatbed; new roll tarp & hardware for 40' grain trailer. OTHER EQUIPMENT & MISC: White 6122- 12 row 30" vertical fold corn planter, PTO/ air & monitor; CIH 5400 20' min til grain drill w/no til caddy, markers & monitor; Knight 716 tandem axle slinger manure spreader; IH 496 - 19' wing disc; 2 Meyers 500 chopper boxes w/running gears; Gehl 99 Hi Throw blower; Demco 500 gal sprayer w/45' booms; 25 KVW alternator/generator on cart, PTO drive; Mayrath 20'x6" grain auger w/transports & elec motor; Mayrath 50'x8" grain auger w/transports & PTO drive; JD 10 ton running gear; 15' & 30' homemade trailers (NO titles); 300 gal fuel tank on wgn w/pump; 500 gal fuel tank w/elec pump; asstd piles of wood & tin; several cattle hay feeders; also selling some misc shop equip; 3 boats-10', 12' & 14' w/trailers, 2 flat bottom, 1 V-bottom; Johnson 9.5 hp outboard motor & other; 2 wagon loads of misc items. TERMS: CASH OR GOOD CHECK. No warranties or guarantees are given or implied on any items sold. All announcements made sale day take precedence over printed material. SALE ARRANGED BY:

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NAME: Roy Apker Estate & Caroline Apker DATE: Friday, April 7 TIME: 9:00 a.m. LOCATION: S361 Cty. Trk. G, Wonewoc, WI. One mile southwest of Wonewoc on Cty. Trk. G. LUNCH: Country Gals. NOTE: Following is a partial list of a large auction. Lots of good quality shop items. Pictures at www.gavinbros.com. WOODWORKING/SHOP ITEMS: Shop Task Mdl. 1720 XMTC mill/lathe/drill (XMTC96604); Reliant HD wood spindle shaper w/grizzly feeder; Reliant mdl DD90 14" band saw; lots of bar clamps; Cummins Mack 5 spd. HD drill press; Woodmaster mdl W-612 planner; Rigid Mdl. TS 36120 table saw; floor mdl. drill press; Rigid flip-top work table; Craftsman 10" radial arm saw; Ryobi 10" compound miter saw; B&D Workmate table; CI 6" jointer; Skil 10" band saw; Reliant dry/wet grinder, mdl. DD68; Milwaukee circular saw; Ryobi 1¾ hp router; Ryobi 3 hp router; Craftsman router crafter; Rigid spindle sander; Rotozip; turning lathe; PorterCable dovetail; router bits; Bosch brad nailer; other items. TRACTOR, GOLF CART, MOPED, BOAT PIER: Farmall Cub Tractor w/ mounted sickle mower &cultivator (2427); Yamaha Sun Classic gas golf cart; 1986 Honda Spree Moped; stainless steel boat pier (never been used); TOOL/GARAGE/LAWN: Troy-Bilt “Tuffy” rear tine rototiller; Stihl weed eater; MTD 2-stage snow blower; Agri-Fab lawn spreader; 2,500 psi pressure washer; Craftsman shop vac; Lincwelder AC welder; Homelite weed eater; bottle jacks; Powerlite work light; Pro Grade XL laser level; Generac pressure washer; Giant 64 pc. tap & die set; tile saw; AC welder; sandblaster; Stihl FS 45 trimmer; Snap-On compressor tester; laser level; paint sprayer; Homelite chain saw; chain saw sharpener; weed eater; Milw. cut-off saw; bolt bin; lots of shop supplies. 64 pc. tap & die set; lots of other misc. items. GUNS: Winchester mdl. 1400 12 ga. semi-auto.; Springfield mdl. 53-B .22 single shot, bolt; Eastfield mdl. 916 20 ga. pump; Ruger 10/22 semi-auto. w/scope; Savage 24V-A .222 cal./20 ga.; Belgium 949 rifle; Remington “The Sportsman” 12 ga. semi-auto.; Remington Arms 25 REM; Springfield mdl. 947 410 ga. single shot; Mossberg 12 ga. pump; CVA .50 cal. black powder; SPORTING ITEMS, HOUSEHOLD, MISC.: MEC shotgun reloader; reloading supplies; fishing poles & reels; fishing baits; Beaver Dam tip-ups; elec. ice auger; down riggers; boat anchors; life jackets; pop-up turkey blind; camp stove; sled; 2 bikes; ammo box; ammo; 3 pc. entertainment center; folding table; LP gas grill; material/cloth; Nikor System 6x7 enlarger; Unidrum II 8x10 color print processor; bird bath; Christmas decorations; crystal glass items; Attach 4-remote for plane; gas engine for remote control plane; bedding; S&P shakers; downhill & cross country skis; other items. LUMBER: Rough cut oak, pine, cherry, maple and others. TERMS: Cash or good check. VISA or MasterCard 3% convenience fee. adno=514814-01 GAVIN BROS. AUCTIONEERS, LLC. (Wisconsin Registered Auction Company #274) Reedsburg, WI Baraboo, WI (608) 524-6416 (608) 356-9437 www.gavinbros.com info@gavinbros.com

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DATE: Saturday, April 8 TIME: 9:00 AM LOCATION: E8128 Hwy. 23/33, Reedsburg, WI 53959. Four miles East of Reedsburg or 10 miles North West of Baraboo on Hwy. 33. LUNCH: Country Gals NOTE: Following is a partial list of a large auction. Check website for updates. Not responsible for no show items. For list & pictures go to www.gavinbros.com. TRACTORS/SKIDDER/ETC: John Deere 4430, CHA, 2WD; John Deere 7330 tractor, MFWD, 2 remotes, quad range, 2,600 hrs.; John Deere 4840 tractor, 8speed, CHA, 3 pt., 7,500 hrs.; Timber Jack 208D log skidder, Perkins motor, 18.4x26 tires, w/chains; IH 986 tractor, CHA w/axle mount duals; John Deere 544 end loader; 1953 Farmall Super W-4; AC CA tractor, NF, 12-V; IH 1086, CHA, dual hyd., 3 pt.; McD Super C; McD M (FBK1874) new paint; McD H w/single front wheel; McD B; JD 2950 tractor, cab, MFWD, one owner. HAY & FORAGE: K&K bale cage w/10 ton gear; K&K bale cage w/H&S 8 ton gear; Kuhn SR 110GII speed rake, 10-wheel, never used; Ford 3 pt. 503 hay rake; NH 268 baler; IH 430 small square baler; Grimm hay tedder; Cloverdale super carrier 10 bale mover; 2014 Anderson Hybrid X inline bale wrapper; NH 492 haybine; NH 256 rake; steel bale rack & gear; NH 664 rd. baler; NH 56 rake; 18' Gehl 980 chopper box w/tandem axle gear; 16' H&S bale rack; Case 600 blower; Vermeer 10 wheel V-rake. PLANTING & TILLAGE: John Deere 7200 12R Flex-Fold Max Emerge 2 planter w/Total Tubular, Dawn row cleaners, Precision finger units; Great Plains 15' grain drill w/grass seed; IH 5100 grain drill, 13', grass seed, double disc, press wheels; Melroe 224 12' grain drill w/grass seed; IH 451 22' flat fold cultimulcher; IH 540 4B plow; 6 row stalk chopper; NH3 tool bar; 27' 5 bar drag attachment; Great Plains Solid Stand 10' no till drill; John Deere 7200 4R corn planter. MISC. FARM ITEMS: Kuhn Knight 5168 vertical maxx TMR w/digi-star EZ 2400V scale; IH 415 flat fold culti-mulcher; M&W 550 bushel grain cart; Meyers V-Max 3954 spreader; Knight Slinger 8014 spreader; J&M gravity box w/system one seed jet; tandem axle trailer sprayer, 70' booms, Raven 440 controls, hyd. raise & fold; 3 pt. post hold digger; 50' Kewanee AP elevator w/dragline; H&S HD tandem axle gear; J&M gravity box & gear; Cosmo 500 3 pt. broadcast seeder/ spreader; Splitfire 3 pt. log splitter; Edge 9' snow pusher; 4-section McFarlane drag on cart; 20' stalk chopper; gravity flow feed hopper; SS mount jack hammer; 44'' Kunz ATV mower; Howse 5' brush hog; 6' finish mower; Kinze planter parts; hoof trimming chute; Clark 6,000 lb. LP fork lift w/hard rubber tires; stack moving wagon; 32' AP elevator on trans; 4''x16' grain auger; 20 6x6 10' treated posts; 3 pt. stack mover; 3-16' gates; 20+ steel “T” posts; fuel oil tank; 2 bale rings; 60' Kelly feed bunk; H&S feeder wagon; Kuhn Knight 3130 Reel Augie TMR; NH 2RN corn head; head cart; 11L-15 tires; woods 3 pt. 8' blade; 200 gal. fuel barrel & stand; Rhino 6' bush hog; Val Metal hammer mill, 10hp, single phase; 1,000 gal water tank w/pump; 14' tandem axle stock trailer (needs work); 300 gal. fuel tank w/pump; JD 50 gal. front fuel tank; 2-JD fert. boxes w/extensions; 42' mow conveyor; 8' pickup contractors box; cement mixer w/elec. motor; 4-16.5 skidsteer tires & rims (new). TRUCK/UTV/TRAILER: 1997 Ford Louisville tri-axle truck, new L10 Cummins motor, 22' grain/silage box, hyd. end gate, 234,000 miles; 2007 Trailerman 18' tandem axle trailer w/Gorilla-Lift assist. ramp, 7,000#, new tires & brakes; 1988 Featherlite cattle trailer; 2008 Cub Cadet UTV, diesel, 4x4, 150 hrs.; 2014 Kubota RTV 400 4x4, CVT Plus, EFI, 167 hrs. LAWN MOWERS/TOOLS ETC.: John Deere pedal tractor; Cub Cadet, Ariens & other riding mowers; push mowers; Kubota Pro 60 Commercial zero turn mower, diesel, w/bagger, aerator & thatcher, 1,025 hrs.; Lincoln DC welder; wire feed welder; tools & shop items; bed edger; 10+ Stihl chain saws; timber saw; 10' 18 ga. metal brake; log chains; White Industries 234XL Freon pump; gear pull set; ¾'' socket set; antique drill press; Craftsman radial arm saw; 17-double sided tin pcs. w/6'' insulation, 25' long. GREENHOUSE/BOATS: 50'x30'x12' greenhouse; 1980 Star Craft 14' boat, w/15 hp Johnson Motor, trolling motor & trailer; 12' aluminum boat; 14' aluminum boat w/trailer, 20 hp Johnson motor. TERMS: Cash or good check. Visa or Master Card 3% convenience fee. Sales Tax Applies adno=514959-01

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LOCATED: 4 miles south of Hillsboro on. Hwy. 80 to left on Cty. Trk. EE 2.5 miles to Sunset Rd. to farm on right a E18674 Sunset Rd., Wonewoc, WI 53968. Watch for auction arrows! Trucking Available. Reasonable Rates. FREE COFFEE All Day! SKID LOADER AVAILABLE DAY OF SALE. SALE ORDER: At 9;00 a.m. we will start on misc. & antiques, at 12:30 p.m. on guns & washing machines & 1:00 p.m. macinery! We will be selling in 2 rings so bring a friend along and enjoy the day in the valley. AUCTIONEERS’ NOTE: This is an excellent line of field ready machinery. There will be a lot more items added that aren’t listed. hope to see you on the 12th. FARM MACHINERY: 28' McD Canadian threshing machine (clean & sharp). HAY MOWERS - ALL REBUILT: (3 McD #9 trailer gears, 7' cut; 1 McD #7 trailer gears, 7' cut; 1 JD Big 4 trailer gears, 7' cut; 7 McD #9 reg. gear, 6' cut; 2 McD #7 reg. gear, 6' cut; 2 JD Big 4 reg. gear, 6' cut; three 1-horse mowers. GRAIN BINDERS (All field ready): 1 JD 6'; 2 McD 6'; 1 McD 7'; 2 McD 8' (PTO); 1 JD 10' (PTO); 1 Minnesota 10' (PTO), mint! CORN BINDERS (All field ready): 2 McD corn binders (all rebuilt); 2 McD low tie binders (1 is like new, only cut 40 acres); 2 JD corn binders; 1 McD PTO binder; 1 Massey Harris binder. HAY LOADERS (All field ready): 2 McD green crop; 2 McD reg.; 4 New Idea (1 like new); 2 Co-ops (nice!, made in Canada); 1 Massey Harris. MANURE SPREADERS (All field ready): 2 McD #200 4-wheelders; 2 McD #200 2-wheelers; 2 McD #100. MISC. FARM MACHINERY - FIELD READY: Moline 6' drill (like new); Cockshutt 8' grain drill; Thomas 6' grain drill; Case 6' grain drill (sharp!); Dowagial 6' grain drill; McD 7' grain drill; JD 8' grain drill on low rubber; JD 5' grain drill (nice!); Rosenthal #40 shredder; two 2-way plows; Pioneer 1-bottom sulky plow; IH 2 & 3-bottom plows; JD 1 & 2-bottom plows; JD #44 2-bottom plow; 2 McD 1-row cultivators; JD 6' tandem disc; JD 12' single disc; 2 smaller single discs; 8' cultipacker seeder; cultipackers, 3' & up; New Idea 323 1-row corn picker (nice); B-40 silo filler; Fox silo filler (sharp!); spike & springtooth drags; NH 56 & 258 hay rakesl JD 14T baler; E-Z Trail forecart; JD potato digger (original, sharp!); JD 953 running gears; JD 802 steel wheeled gears; flare boxes; gravity boxes; lime & fertilizer spreaders; New Idea side delivery rake; Minn. Moline side delivery rake; road graders; grain binder trucks; walking plows & cultivators; 1-row stalk chopper; slip scoops; potato planters & diggers; several mowers for rebuild including #9s, #7s & JD Big 4s. SPECIAL ITEMS: JD hay loader (brand new, never been assembled, complete with manual); Massey Harris 1-horse mower; Milwaukee chain drive mower; 3' walk-behind JD grain drill (nice!); McD 8' grinder w/dust collector; 20+ Maytag washing machines including 2 green (a few are like new!); 20 SS strainers; 2 & 3-burner oil stoves; sewing machines; JD wood beam breaking plow; 2 cast iron kettles with jackets; one 5' round cast iron kettle (rare!); anvils from 50 to 250 lbs.; big fanning mill, was used in feed mill; 3-bottom 8" vineyard plow. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Cast iron seats including First & Bradley, Buckeye, McCormick, Dain plus more; cast iron tool & corn box lids including Ontario, the Ohio Cultivator Co., Dayton, OH, Deere & Mansure, Janesville, John Deere, Emerson Branting Ham, Gale, C.B.Q., Rock lsland Plow Co., DM Sechler Co., Moline, IL; Drill ends including Peoria, American-Seeding, Farmers Favorite, Tiger; Janesville, Superior, The Thomas, Dowagiac, Deere & Mansure Co., Case; collection of 40+ milk cans with creamery names; 100+ steel wheels; 1 & 2-man crosscut saws; McCormick sickle grinder; porcelain, steel & wooden signs - feed, seed & oil advertising; quantity of cloth feed bags w/ names; lots of old wrenches; tin seats; JD tractor umbrella; lots of runner sleds; old oil cans; lots of parts and owner’s manuals; steel & wooden hames; Jim Dandy bridles; Standard Oil cans; hay carriers including Eagle, Porter, Hunt, Helm & Ferris, Clover Leaf, Meyers, Hudson, Star & more; grapple forks including Eagle, Louden & more; Egel Hoff Mfg. Co. harpoon hay fork (rare); Gleddings Mfg. Co. 4-tine hay fork (rare); Enterprise sausage stuffers; old trikes from the ’30s & ’40s; 2 post & beam drills; Winchester ax & hatchet; frying pans, some Griswold; lightning rods & balls; old license plates; Acme pulverizing harrow tin seat; old style barn door track & rollers; old rope pulleys; big cupola; broad axes; horse drawn ice saw. THIS IS ONLY A PARTIAL LISTING! GUNS: Henry 30.30, NIB; Marlin M06A-DL 30.30 lever; Remington M700 30.06; Winchester 94 30.30; Marlin 30 Glenfield 30.30; Browning BPS 12 ga., NIB!; Mossberg 500 12 ga.; Kessler 326 FR 20 ga. full choke; JC Higgins 583-20 12 ga. full; single shot 12 ga., Miami, FL; Winchester 1200 12 ga., full; H&R single shot .410; Interarms 22 .22; Chiappa .22 revolver 1873; Henry .22 mag w/scope; Henry .22, NIB; Ruger N-77 Mark II 30.06 w/ Leopold scope & sling; Ruger American .22-250 w/scope & laminate wood stock; Mossberg 4x4 .270; 2 Falling Block .22; Savage model M-24 .22-20 gauge over & under; Ruger 10-22 SS barrel w/scope; Ruger 10-22 .22; Winchester M-190 .22; Westernfield M-46B .22; 2 Remington .870 Express 12 ga.; H&R M-088 20 ga.; lots of .22 ammo & more guns. MISCELLANEOUS: 50+ 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6-horse eveners & drawbars; 20+ endless drive belts; Big Ranch head chute; 4-sec. head locks; grade 70 log chains; mauls, shovels, forks, axes; 30+ 3-tine hay forks (the original!); cant hooks; log carriers; six 14 & 20 bu. feed carts (brand new); shelving; lots of wooden tongues; 200+ steel fence posts; plow bottoms, coulters & shares; I-beams; angle & channel iron; MORE NOT LISTED. TERMS: Cash or good check w/proper ID. No buyer’s premium! Verbal announcements take precedence over written material. Not responsible for accidents! REGISTERED WI AUCTIONEERS: John Marg, #231, Black River Falls, WI & Kenny Leonard, #1215, Independence, IA. CLERK & CASHIER: Provided by Simonson Real Estate & Auction Service, LLC, #446, Cashton, WI, (608) 343-5162. adno=513830-01

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NOTICE: WE build stave silos. Full line of new parts available. We also do extensions, repairs and reline your old silo. Also wanted larger size stave silos to MODEL 3415 Yetter rotary hoe, tear down. Badgerland Silos, like new. 40’ bale elevator, Little 9318 Kussmaul Rd. Mt. Hope, WI. Giant. 2 platform scales, one in 53816. excellent condition and one for antique purposes. Farmall C trac- NOTICE: We buy any size tor, good tires, good paint, and Harvestore silos. Badgerland good running condition. 608-523- Silos, 9318 Kussmaul Rd. Mt. 4364. Hope, WI 53816. CENTRAL BOILER certified Classic Edge OUTDOOR FURNACES. Exceptional performance and value. Chimney Specialist in Highland. 800-3956660.

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FARMERS! Turn that unused piece of equipment into cash. Sell it in a $7.50 classified ad in FOR SALE: Forty big square hay the Shopping News, 272 N. Main, bales, also some farm machinery Richland Center. including no till drill, haybine, FOR SALE: JD712 nine shank manure spreader, tractor and THE CLASSIFIEDS. SMALL chisel plow with leveling bar, other small items. 608-558-1947. ADS. BIG DEALS. Call 608-647excellent. H&S 7+4 tandem chop2911. per box, good. Two 9x16 bale wagons, good. 608-739-3732.

CHECK US OUT! SAVE MONEY! Affordable advertising in MANY papers! WISCONSIN COMMUNITY PAPERS (WCP) and the WISCONSIN CLASSIFIED AD NETWORK (WCAN) Call tollfree 1-800-727-8745 or visit our website: www.wisad.com FOR SALE: Nine shank Krause (WCAN) chisel plow with harrow, 200 bushel gravity wagon with runFARMI LOGGING Winches, Valby ning gear and Sudengo 14ft. rubPTO Chippers, Skid Steer Wood ber belt conveyor, 100 gallon fuel Splitters, Log Loader, Trailers, tank with pump. 608-726-0228. Grapple Rotators, Rototillers 866638-7885 threeriversforestry.com SEEKING EMPLOYMENT? (WCAN) Check out the Shopping News’ Employment Pages.

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DATE: SATURDAY, APRIL 8th, 2017 TIME: 10:00AM LUNCH: Laurie’s Lunch Box LOCATED: Located 12 miles South of Hillsboro or 13 miles North of Richland Center on Hwy. 80 to County “C” then 2 miles Northwest to Judson Ln then 1 mile East to RM Ln. to property. Watch for DAIRYLAND AUCTION ARROWS on Hwy. 80, County “C” & Judson Ln. TRACTORS: Farmall 706 gas, w.f, f.h.; Farmall 560 gas, n.f. f.h.; Farmall 400 gas w/loader, not running; Farmall 300 gas, n.f.; Farmall H w/loader; MF 204 gas Industrial w/loader & backhoe w/3 buckets; JD 350B Crawler w/5' bucket; Carerpillar D7 w/10' blade; MACHINERY: Gehl 1310 round baler; H&S 20' green feed wagon; Case 8' grain drill; NH 467 haybine; NH 55 & 56 hay rakes; IH 250 corn planter; (3) JD 34 & 35 choppers w/hay & 1 row corn heads; JD E350 & F145H 4 bottom plows; 6 tooth chisel plow; 3 flail choppers; 40' & 50' bale elevators; quack diggers; IH semi mount mower; IH fast hitch 4 row cultivator; IH fast hitch 3 bottom plows; MM 2 or 3 bottom trailer plow; NI cutditioner; cultipacker; 2 row cultivators; 3pt. Bale spear; 3pt. ph digger; 16' stock trailer; Imco 7' fast hitch bade; IH corn binder w/elevator; Kasten & Kools blowers; 7' hay fluffer; 4 bar rake on steel; 5' bush hog w/fast hitch; 5 chopper boxes w/wagons; rock box; 20' tandem trailer w/pin hitch; (2) 14' steel I beams; 10 sets of tractor chains; 34" & 38" duals; 24" tires; 78" front plow; F20 loader; machinery for scrap; MISC: ‘81 Yamaha 650 Special cycle; JD 160 riding mower; Honda 185 & 300 ATC’s; 100+ steel posts; Farmall parts; tractor & auto parts; wheel weights; 13’ culvert; Detroit Jewel CI parlor stove; deer horns; 36” IH wheels; Marshfield mobile home; CONSIGNED BY NEIGHBOR: JD 2640 diesel tractor w/265 self leveling loader & canopy; Kewanee wheel disc; JD 7000 4RW corn planter; IH 56 2 row planter; JD 8200 10' grain drill w/double disk & grass; JD 272 3pt. grooming mower; Rhino 3pt. 6' rotary mower; NH 499 12' center pivot haybine; Case IH 1190 haybine; H&S 8 wheel bi-fold rake; NI 5 wheel rake; NI 402 5 bar rake w/dolly wheel; Ford 3pt. 5 bar pto rake; IH 430 sq. baler; NH 273 baler w/thrower; Gehl 2480 round baler; 300 gallon trailer mounted fuel tank w/12V pump; 3 metal throw bale racks & wagons; Ford 501 3pt. sickle mower; 3pt. ph digger; 3 pt. rear bucket; Hobart 10KW portable welder/generator; cement mixer w/elec. motor; buzz saw on trailer; Sunflower 2 row flail stalk chopper; (2) 3pt. 8' blades; 3pt. 6' blade; 3pt. stack mover; single disc; 5 wheel lawn rake; wood chipper; skid steer tires; overhead wire & elec. boxes; tires & rims; 1991 Ford F250 7.3L diesel, overdrive needs repair. TERMS: Cash or Good Check w/proper ID. AUCTIONEERS: KURT MONSON #123 & TOM SIMONSON #244 Registered Wisconsin Auctioneers. CASHIERS: MIKE FRYE Clerk RANDY FRYE Cashier for DAIRYLAND AUCTION SERVICE, INC., #23. P.O. Box 118, Elroy, WI 53929. (608) 462-8218. www.dairylandauction.com. adno=515108-01

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VILLAGE OF BOAZ MONTHLY BOARD MEETING The regular monthly meeting of the Boaz Village Board will be Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at the Boaz Community Building office, 17010 State Highway 171. Official notice and agenda of this meeting will be located in four posting places (Boaz Community Building, Boaz Utility Building, Lonesome Dove Tavern, and Boaz Country Store). Susie Hauri, Clerk

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Then every Tuesday & Friday through Sept. • 11 AM start Items are sold in large quantities Directions from Cashton: Go East 1 mile on Hwy. 33, turn right on Cty. D go 3 miles to sale barn.

STANDING TIMBER wanted, including walnut. Take the guess work out of logging your timber. We cut & skid your timber on a percentage basis, lay the logs out for a minimum of 3 price bids & sell to the highest bidder. Money in your hand before the logs leave your property. Free estimates. Call Clark Logging. Rod Clark, 608-732-1848. Ron Udelhoven, 608-732-5575.



NAME: Randy Jasper & Kevin Jasper ADDRESS: 29294 County HWY E, Muscoda, WI 53573 PHONE: Randy: 608-553-2203 Kevin: 608-574-4695 DATE: Tuesday, April 11 2017 TIME: 10:30 a.m. LUNCH: Boondox Buffet LOCATION: 3 miles West of Muscoda or 4 miles East of Blue River on HWY 60 to Cty Rd E and North 4 miles to farm OR 4 miles South of Boaz, WI on Cty Rd E. Watch for Wilkinson Auction arrows! For sale by Private Treaty: 60 acre Dairy farm w/148 tie stall barn, pipeline milker system, 2 bulk tanks, 50x84 machine shed, 40x72 heifer barn, 25x52 calf barn, 22x80 loafing shed, feed lot w/ bunk feeder, slurry pit, 4 silos & 4 bedroom home. For info contact Wilkinson Realty at 608-739-4404. TRACTORS: IH 1466 dsl tractor w/ wf, 3 pt hitch, dual PTO, TA system, 20.8x38 Firestone rears; IH 1066 "Hydro" tractor w/ wf, 3 pt hitch, dual PTO, & 18.4X38 like new rears; IH 1256 dsl tractor w/ wf, 3 pt, dual PTO, 20.8X38 rears; IH 1066 dsl tractor w/wf, 3 pt, dual PTO, reman engine, NEW turbo, NEW clutch & pressure plate, 20.8x38 rears; IH 806 dsl tractor w/DT466 180 HP engine, wf, FH, 18.4x34 rears, NEW turbo, injector & pump, clutch & cab; IH 706 German dsl tractor w/wf, 3 pt, dual PTO, 18.4x38 rears; IH 706 German dsl tractor w/nf, drawbar, 18.4x38 rears; Ford 8000 dsl tractor w/wf, 3 pt, new PTO, 18.4x38 Firestone rears. SKIDSTEER: Gehl 3640 dsl skidloader w/roll cage & material bucket, approx. 3800 hrs. SPRAYER: '09 Miller 4240 self-propelled 1400 gal. SS sprayer w/ auto steer, 60'-90' booms, auto shutoffs, 1,280 hrs (VERY NICE). COMBINE & HEADS: '11 CIH 8120 combine LOADED - GPS, deluxe cab package, rock trap, chopper, auto close bin, 1280/1465 hrs (VERY NICE); '11 CIH 3020 35' "Terra Flex" grain head w/AWS 2000 wind reel; CIH 2208 8R 30" corn head; UM HT42 head hauler & head hauler for corn hd. CARTS & OTHER EQUIPMENT: Brent 620 grain cart w/side auger & 24.5x32 rubber; J&M 620 grain cart w/corner auger, light kit, 24.5x32 diamond tread rubber. Knight 8032 tandem axle ProTwin slinger spreader w/ truck floatation tires & light kit. Gehl 600 14 wheel V-rake. CIH 496 24' wing disc w/7.5" spacing. Westfield 8"X31' grain auger w/ top drive. American 320 batch dryer. TRUCK & TRAILERS: '99 Ford F250 ¾ ton truck, 4X4, power stroke, dsl, auto trans, 375k miles. '98 Kiefer 24' Aluminum cattle trailer- ( Todd Maly Estate) '02 B & B Custom Built tandem axle gooseneck trailer w/10 ton axles, new brakes, new drums, new LED lights & springs. 4 semi van trailers for storage. SELLING FOR NEIGHBORS: -'08 Kinze 3650 16 row 30" planter w/Kinze no-till coulters, Kinze floating row cleaners, Seed firmers, Martin spiked closing wheels, Soybean and corn meters.(Brian Perkins (608) 604-4876.) Sukkup 6R stalk chopper; AC 190 dsl tractor w/wf, 3pt hitch; Case 770 "Ag King" gas tractor w/wf & 3pt hitch; AC D-17 gas tractor w/loader & snap coupler hitch; NH 273 baler w/ thrower; MF mixer mill; 2-9x16 metal bale racks w/EZ Trail wagons & new wood on floors. TERMS: Cash or good check. All announcements made sale day take precedence over printed material. NO warranties or guarantees are given or implied on any items sold. SALE ARRANGED BY:

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Notice Town of Sylvan

ANNUAL MEETING/ REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING Notice is hereby given of the 2017 Annual Meeting to be held Tuesday evening, April 18, 2017, 6:00 P.M., at the Town shop located at 20188 County G. All town residents are welcome to attend. The Regular Monthly Meeting will follow thereafter. Judy Murphy, clerk


NORTHEAST WISCONSIN BEEF PRODUCERS ANNUAL SPRING SALE Bonduel Equity Barn, April 7th - 2pm & April 21 - 2pm; More info: 715-758-2125 www.equitycoop.com (WCAN)

FOR SALE: JD6400 Diesel tractor with 620 JD loader and roll bar, 5054 hours, one owner, very clean tractor; 18-4-34 tires with double ring chains; JD 8’ Van Brunt grain drill with grass attachment; NH155 manure spreader with hydrolic endgate, used very little. JD 10’ cultimulcher; one 8’x16’ flat rack with gear; NH 3 point bale mover; Barge box with 12 ton gear, 11L implement tires with 7 ton hoist, trails great; electric center fill distributor for grain unit; JD 2” screen for JD chopper; 608-929-7577, 608-574-7577.

JOHN DEERE tractor 2840 (80HP), loader, low hours, bale spear. $10,000 Stop in Mon.-Sat. 32363 Jaquish N. Rd., Ithaca.

Notice Town of Marshall

The Monthly Meeting of the Town Board will be held at 7pm, Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at the Town Hall on Gillingham Drive. Agenda posted at Hall, Shop and Ballpark 24 hours prior to regular meetings. By order of the Town Board, Melanie Ring, Clerk (608)475-1909


Town of Rockbridge

SPRING CLEAN UP Saturday, April 29, 2017

8:00 A.M. till 2:00 P.M. Rockbridge Town Hall, 19082 Irish Drive Rockbridge Residents Only! (Proof of residency may be requested.) *Accepting*

Couches, Chairs, Mattresses, Appliances, Bathroom Fixtures, Anything Metal Including Empty Paint Cans, Furniture with Metal Frames, Barbed & Woven Wire


WASTE OIL, TIRES, OR ANY HAZARDOUS MATERIALS; NO BUILDING MATERIALS; NO HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE IN THESE DUMPSTERS; AUTO & TRUCK BATTERIES ARE ACCEPTED IF THEY ARE SEPARATED! THESE ITEMS CAN BE TAKEN TO THE RICHLAND COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS SMALL FEE WILL BE CHARGED* May 9, 2017 • 9 a.m. - Noon Printers, Fax Machines, VCRs, Computers, Disk Drives, Keyboards, Circuit Boards, Microchips, Monitors, Audio & Video Equipment, Communication Equipment, & TVs. “Anything Electronic” OTHER CHARGES Any Questions Call Scott Banker, Town Chairman at 647-6298 or Cell 604-0548


FOR SALE: Simmental X Angus bulls, 1 two year proven breeder, 2 yearlings sired by calving ease bulls, Big Strong with performance and good looks. Keene Farms, Potosi, WI. 608778-0704.

FOR SALE JD 328 square baler W40 kicker, 2 hay rakes, Jamesway barn cleaner bought new 2011 wchain, BO 608-5462416


FOR SALE: Registered polled Hereford bulls, fertility checked and ready for service. Will hold until breeding season. Owego Stock Farm, Argyle. Marv, 608543-3778.


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Michael Clyde Dobbs, age 53, of Madison, WI, died on Wednesday, March 29, 2017 at UW Madison Hospital. Michael was born on June 6, 1963 in Richland Center, Wisconsin the son of Robert & Juanita (Coleman) Dobbs. Michael lived at home until age 3 months and then lived the remainder of his life at the Central Colony in Madison. The Dobbs family has appreciated the wonderful and compassionate care the Central Colony has given him the past 53 years. Survivors include his siblings, Dale Dobbs, of Sextonville, Linda Prechter of Greenbay, WI, Barbara Clary of Sextonville, WI, Gary Dobbs of Sextonville, WI, Terry (Becky) Dobbs of Burlington, WI; several nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, Robert & Juanita Dobbs; brothers,


March 29, 2017 BerniceL.(neeLong)Sumwalt, 98, died Wednesday, March 29, at Azura Memory Care in Sheboygan, WI. Born Dec. 12, 1918, in Richland Center, WI, she was the daughter of Leona and Wayne Long. She grew up on farms in Richland County, graduated from Richland Center High School,



The Five Points Church is accepting bids for lawn mowing and trimming for the cemetery and church yard. Bids must be in by April 27, 2017. Please call 647-4525.



The Town of Dayton is accepting bids for the following needs for 2017.

Notice Is Hereby Given that the Town of Dayton will accept bids for Seal Coating town roads and/or crushed aggregate until midnight April 17th. Bids will be opened at the special meeting in the town hall on April 18, 2017 following the annual meeting. The Town of Dayton reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids, or to accept the bid most advantageous to the Town. Note Bids for Crushed Aggregate: • Must include your proof of insurance document • Include price per yard • Include price per Ton • Include price per yd. and per ton for seal coat chips • Price for hauling and spreading of aggregate. Specifications Bids for Seal Coating Contractor to furnish PG-58-28 5% Cutback Liquid Asphalt furnished and mixer blended and heated to 340/350 degrees at State of WI. AASHTO certified liquid asphalt production facility. Contractor to haul, place, and roll cover aggregate, which will be provided by the Town. Contractor must provide all machinery, labor, and other necessary incidentals to properly clean, seal coat and roll town roads. Gravel roads must be watered and compacted. • Contracts must include a one year written warranty. • Must include your proof of insurance document • Price per mile 20 ft. wide, single coating of hard surface roads • Price per mile 20 ft. wide, double seal coating of gravel surface roads Bids should be sent to Richard Wastlick at 18024 Lingel Ln. Richard Center, WI 53581 Note: these bids will require a Class 2 notice and bill to the Town of Dayton Thank you;Richard Wastlick, Chairman adno=513563-01

and attended the Richland County Teachers College. Bernice worked at the Badger Munitions Factory near Sauk City during WWII. She married Leonard Sumwalt on Oct. 16, 1949, in Mooresville, Ind. in a service officiated by Rev. Don Sumwalt. Bernice and Leonard bought a f arm one mile north of Loyd, later added an adjacent f arm, where they lived until 1997. They raised Holsteins, pigs, sheep, chickens, rabbits, vegetables, and four children. Bernice taught Sunday school, sang in the choir, and cooked for many a potluck and banquet at the Loyd (now Willow Valley) United Methodist Church. She loved to bake bread, garden, can vegetables, sing, and read. She valued education, taught songs and nursery rhymes to her children and grandchildren, and was proud her children graduated from college. After Leonard’s death in 1998 Bernice lived in Richland Center; then lived with daughter Ruth for 11 years in Sheboygan, WI. Her final home was Azura Memory Care where, to the delight of staff, she often broke into memorized verse and songs from childhood. Survivors include four children; John (Jo) of Loyd, Alan (Linda) of Dousman, Robert (Susan) Patterson-Sumwalt of Mequon, and Ruth (Bruce) Smith of Sheboygan; seven grandchildren, Kathryn,

Jessica, Orrin, Nelson, Andrew, Marshall, and Parker; and five great-grandchildren, Phoebe, Isaac, Faye, Lily, and Leonard. She was preceded in death by her parents, sisters Florence, Mary & Kathryn, and brothers Robert, Max, Theron, and Verne. Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 AM, Friday, April 7, 2017 at the Pratt Memorial Chapel in Richland Center, WI. Visitation will be held Thursday, April 6, 2017 from 5:00 to 8:00 PM and again Friday, April 7, 2017 from 10:00 AM until the time of service at 11:00 AM at the Pratt Memorial Chapel. Lunch and fellowship will follow the service. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made, in Bernice’s name, to Bookworm Gardens, Sheboygan, WI, where Bernice loved to smell the flowers and watch the children play. The Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service is assisting the family with their arrangements. Online condolences may be made at prattfuneralservice.com

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2017 BID SPECIFICATIONS FOR SEAL COATING AND PRE-COATING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town of Rockbridge Town Board will accept sealed bids for Seal Coating and Bids for Pre-Coating until 7:00 p.m., Thursday, April 20, 2017. Bids must include proper bonding and proof of insurance and should be dropped off at the meeting or mailed to: Town Chairman Scott Banker, 16368 Banker Lane, Richland Center, WI 53581. Bids will be opened with possible action on Thursday, April 20, 2017 at a Town board meeting at 7:00 p.m. in the Rockbridge Town Hall, 19082 Irish Drive, Richland Center, WI 53581. BIDS FOR SEAL COATING Price per mile 20 feet wide, single seal coating of hard surface Price per mile 20 feet wide, double seal coating of gravel surface roads BIDS FOR PRE-COATING Price per mile 20 feet wide, single pre-coat of hard surface Pre-coated Chips to be furnished by biding contractor BIDS FOR SLURRY SEAL Price per mile 20 feet wide, single coat of hard surface BIDS FOR SLAG Price per mile 20 feet wide, single coat of hard surface Contractor to furnish PG 58-28 5% Cutback Liquid Asphalt furnished and blended at a State of Wisconsin and AASHTO certified liquid asphalt production facility, proportioned with certified scales and power ,mixer bended to specifications, heated to 350 degrees and applied. Copies of the asphalt tanker slips delivered for this contract with proper I.D. and dates are to be given to the Town Chairman within three working days. Contractor is to haul, place, and roll cover aggregate; which will be provided by the Town. Contractor must provide all machinery, labor, and other necessary incidentals to properly clean, Seal Coat, and roll Town Roads. Gravel roads must be watered and rolled before Seal Coating. Contracts must include a 1-year written warranty. Bids must include Bid Bond and proof of insurance. The Town of Rockbridge reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids, or to accept the bid most advantageous to the Town. For questions, call Town Chairman Scott Banker at (608)-647-6298. adno=515701-01

LONE ROCK Village wide rummage and church sale, Thurs., Fri., Sat., April 27-29. If interested in participating contact Royal Bank at 583-5711 or stop in to fill out form & pay $5.00 fee for ad and to be included on the map. Deadline for sign-up is Monday April 24th.

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Huge Multi-Family Rummage Sale April 6th 12-5 pm • April 7th 7-5 pm April 8th 8-12 pm Clyde Community Center State Road 130/Cty. Road I


Michael Clyde Dobbs March 29, 2017

Stanley Dobbs, Robert “Bob” & (Josie) Dobbs; brothersin-law, Ron Clary & Keith Prechter. Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at the Clary Memorial Funeral Home. Burial will be held in the Sextonville Cemetery. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at the Clary Memorial Funeral Home from 10:30 AM until the time of service at 11:00 AM. On line condolences can be made at www.clarymemorialfuneralhome.com


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Renk Seeds-Adam Huebsch; Manneo Dairy-Dave and Randy; DeAnnes Designs; Ithaca Village Pump; Fillback Ford; ET Foods; WCCU; Town and Country TV; Culver’s; Oakwood Fruit Farm; John and Kathy Lord; Route 14 Bar and Grill; Creative Layers; Clary Memorial Funeral Home; BMO Harris Bank; Shopping News; O’Reilly’s Auto Parts; Dick and Mary Hauser; Norm’s Small Engines and Sports; Manning Families; Center Cafe; Shawn’s Auto Repair; Lakes Gas; Richland Locker; Dean and Lori Rinehart; Bindl Tire and Auto Repair; Gordy’s Market; Walsh’s Ace Hardware; Simpson Tractor; Jones Chevrolet; Virginia Wiedenfeld; NAPA Auto Parts; Richland County Bank; The Frame Corner and Gallery; and Neptune Enterprises. The top ten place winners were: 1. Ryan Paulson - 1003; 2. Dennis Wilson - 946; 3. Sabrina Fargen - 924; 4. Brad Louis - 881; 5. Jon Rinehart - 877; 6. Tom King - 872; 7. Louise Huffman - 867; 8. (TIE) Dan Wilson - 858; 8. (TIE) Holly Nelson - 858; 10. Michelle Rinehart - 855. A special THANK YOU goes to Tom Hauber and the staff at The Phoenix Center for the help they gave us all day and to all the bowlers for helping to make this day such a good one!



Wednesday, April 5th at the MONDAYS Phoenix Center, 100 South Or- Play Bingo for Prizes on Mondays ange Street, from 10 am to 2 pm. from 9:30-11:30 at the Woodman Senior Center at the Richland Center Community Center/Senior APRIL 6 The Ancestors of Richland Coun- Center at Krouskop Park, Orange ty Hills (ARCH) Genealogy Club Street. and guests will meet Thursday, FIRST MONDAY April 6 at 5:30 PM in the Histiry OF THE MONTH Room of the Brewer Library. Dr. BINGO at the Rockbridge Meal Ahron Zorea is the speaker and Site. Please phone 647-9187 a his topic is “Richland Heritage day prior to reserve for lunch. Experience.” Snacks welsome. See you there. ADOPTIVE/FOSTER PARENT APRIL 5 SUPPORT GROUP The Southwest Wisconsin Re1st Monday of every month. Bogional Job Fair will be held on scobel Hospital, Boscobel. 6:308 pm. Cookies & coffee. Contact person: Tanya 1-888-485-7385. List your weekly events in the Shopping News at no charge to you if we have space available. Nonprofit groups please have your items mailed or brought into our office by Friday 12:00 noon before your event. Late listings will not be printed. Please limit your article to 1520 words, who-what-whenwhere.

RCHS SPRING FLING CRAFT & VENDOR FAIR Saturday, April 8 9 am -2 pm


Richland Center High School 1996 Hwy 14 West, Richland Center Concessions will be available all day. We accept Crafters and Vendors of both homemade and commercial products. Crafters and Vendors Questions contact sell@ richland.k12.wi.us or 647-6131 Proceeeds to benefit RC Volleyball

Easter Bunny will be making an appearance from 10-1

SECOND & FOURTH MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH Free Blood Pressure Checks 12:00 PM-4:00 PM. Call Deanna Gochenaur at 608-647-6321 or for more information see The Richland Hospital Website at www.richlandhospital.com or find us on Facebook. THIRD MONDAY OF THE MONTH AUTISM Meetings - 7:00 PM at The White House. More info www.angelautismnetwork.org. TUESDAYS Overeaters Anonymous on Tuesdays, 7:00 PM at St. Joseph’s Hospital Education Conference Room in Hillsboro. More info


www.oa.org. EVERY TUESDAY Richland Center Food Pantry at Light House Chapel (formally the Town & Country Presbyterian Church), 345 S. Cairns Ave., Richland Center, 4 PM - 5:30 PM. EVERY TUESDAY Community Euchre Night happens at Schmitt Woodland Hills at 7:00 PM in the 2nd Floor Activity

Room. Rotating tables, refresh- the 2nd Tuesday of every month, ments. 6:30 PM, American Legion Hall, Richland Center. EVERY TUESDAY Euchre is played every Tuesday SUNDAYS afternoon at Richland Center’s Boy Scout Troop 81 meets the Woodman Senior Center and first 3 Sundays of the month from starts at 1:00 PM. 6:00- 7:30 PM at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 479 S. Park St., Richland Center. SECOND TUESDAY OF THE MONTH Veterans of Foreign Wars meet

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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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Amy Smith


Friday, June 2, 2017 5:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. The Smith Residence 123 W. State Street, Richland Center, WI

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Kelsey Joy Potter to celebrate her Graduation!

Saturday, June 10, 2017 5:00 p.m. to ?? Kelsey’s House 300 South Field Avenue Hillsboro, WI

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Julia Powers

“Class of 2017” You are invited to a

Graduation Party in honor of

Mary Copps

An Open House will held Saturday, June 10, 2017 at 4 be p.m. until ? at the Streeter Farms, 2107 State Road B, Honer, WI Graduation Ceremon Friday, May 26, 2017 • 7:30yp.m Jefferson High School Athletic . Field Jefferson, WI


June 11, 2017

Hillsboro Firemen’s Park

Hwy. 33 • Hillsboro, WI Party starts at 3:00 PM with DJ starting at 5:00 PM Graduation Ceremony held on Friday, May 26th at7:00 p.m. in the Hillsboro Gymnasium.




Christine Kay Cook Graduation

Ceremony ~ 2:00 PM ~ Sunday, May 28, 2017 Richland Cente r High School Fieldhouse 1996 US Hwy 14 West Richland Cente r, WI 53581

Please join us for a celeb ration ~ 1:00 to 5:00 PM ~ Saturday, June 3, 2017 The Cook Re sidence 200 N. Owl Str eet Richland Cente r, WI 53581

Class of 2017

It is with great pride to be able to invite you to celebrate the


John Johnson


Angel Smith ON


Saturday, June 10th Noon until 3:00 p.m.


down on the Johnson Farm 38291 Spider Lane Richland Center, WI 53581


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phone: 588-2453 OR 574-7878

(Previously Bills’ Small Engine)

Now Selling Alcam Butter!


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The Richland County Transportation Program is coordinating bus rides to this year’s Living 50+ Expo which is being held on April 19th.

Cut and wrapped to your specifications! Call now to order one.

We sell locally raised beef by the half, quarters or whole. Front Quarters.......................................................$2.69 lb. Hind Quarters ........................................................$3.09 lb. Half Beef.................................................................$2.79 lb.

Reservations are required. Please contact the Aging and Disability Resource Center to schedule at 608-647-4616. There is no cost for Richland County Residents!

Grilling season has finally arrived! We have cook out bundles available.

They include: (2) Porterhouse Steaks, (2) T-Bone Steaks, (2) Ribeyes or Rib Steaks, (2) New York Strip Steaks, (16) Hamburger Patties All pre-packaged and ready to go!


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We have several other bundles available.

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We are Quest Acceptable.

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HOURS: Mon. - Fri. 7:30 - 5:30; Sat. 8:00 - Noon; CLOSED SUNDAYS

(if brought in)

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will be serving lunch.

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The Richland County Transportation Program is coordinating bus rides to this year’s Living 50+ Expo which is being held on April 19th. Reservations are required. Please contact the Aging and Disability Resource Center to schedule at 608-647-4616. There is no cost for Richland County Residents!


Wednesday, April 19, 2017 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Come, enjoy and learn at the 2017 Living 50 Plus Expo.

Richland Center Community Center 1050 N. Orange St., Richland Center, WI 53581

Win Big

$100 Cash


Must be present to win.

Visit with vendors and learn about the services and products they have to offer you, win door prizes, participate in screenings and seminars, dance to the music of “Mounds of Sounds” (Gary Gutknecht), enjoy lunch, play Bingo and much more!


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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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W e l l maintained 2 bedroom, 2 bath r a n c h home with L-shape kitchen, main floor laundry, 2 updated bathrooms, pretty fireplace in spacious living room, formal dining, attached garage plus 30x40 detached pole building w/electric. New blacktop driveway. Must See! $159,900!

Close to parks and schools, older 2 story home with 4 bdrms., 2 bath, big kitchen, formal dining and living rooms, parlor, main floor laundry, nice woodwork, detached 2 car garage, on full lot. Needs some updating. $69,900.




7.55 Wooded acres located 1/4 mile to the WI River and across the street from Department of Natural Resources Lower Wisconsin River Way land. Waiting for a cabin so you can enjoy the hunting, fishing and canoeing all around. $29,900.


180 West Seminary St., Richland Center, WI 53581 Now is the time to think about selling your home. Call to discuss your plans with Marshall Agency Realtors. Spring is coming and that means that soon the market will start to pick up - Let’s be ready. Call us to schedule a free, no obligation property analysis and check us out at www.marshallagencyrealtors.com to see why Marshall Agency Realtors works.

R-7312 Always Wanted To Spend More Time In Church! Ideal for start up church group looking for an economical place to hold Services. All Church pews are still there, beautiful stained glass windows, bell tower, bathrooms, kitchen and dining area. Lower level walkout to yard. Handicap ramp and parking. $49,900.

ONE STORY… R995 Functional 3 bedroom, 1 bath ranch on the north edge of Richland Center. Oak floored home. 3rd bedroom presently has washer & dryer hookups. Garage, patio, recent built-in gas range and oven, new roof in 2011, updated entry doors, recent furnace. $89,900 ENJOY THE VIEW...R996 From this raised ranch with 3 bedroom layout. Unique vaulted wood ceilings in the living room with large windows to enjoy the scenic views. Good storage. Large rec room with lots of shelving and storage. Roof, vinyl windows, siding and most exterior doors less than 10 years old. $97,500

Just Listed! R-7291 Lots of Charm and Reduced Inside this beautiful home you will find unpainted woodwork, formal living an dining rooms, lots of oak floors and oak archway, fireplace, eat-in kitchen, main level bathroom, bedroom, and laundry. 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, attached garage, small lot. Asking $89,900

3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH 2 STORY HOME WITH NEWER ADDITION THAT INCLUDES KITCHEN WITH MAPLE CABINETRY, ISLAND, PANTRY AND LOTS OF STORAGE, MAIN FLOOR LAUNDRY AND BACK ENTRY TO PATIO. Beautiful hardwood floors throughout the main level. New 2 plus detached garage with concrete driveway, artfully landscaped, 3 season room and more. $109,900.

Just Listed!

R-7242 SECLUDED CABIN IN THE WOODS! 2 bedroom log sided cabin with underground electric, plus loft, large windows with incredible views of the Kickapoo Valley, open covered front porch, rear deck, circle driveway. Cabin has kitchen dining and living rooms. No Sewer No Water. On 4.81 acres. $67,900!

Judd Realty LLC & Real Estate Auction Service Auctioneer: Buddy Daugs #1804-052

COUNTRY LIVING… R978 Main floor has 2 bedrooms, laundry room/den plus kitchen, dining room, living room and a full bath. Lower level has a 3rd bedroom, rec room, family room and a 2nd bath. Raised ranch with over 2,075 sq. ft. finish. Large garage w/2nd story for future finish and 20' x 32' shed. Numerous decks and patio areas to enjoy the 1 acre yard. $146,900

Call Chris 604-0112.

Must See!


Located In The HUB! 2 bedroom, 2 bath ranch with newer roof, windows, doors, vinyl siding, remodeled kitchen and bathrooms, family room addition with infloor heat walks out onto spacious screened in patio to enjoy the outdoors. 2 car detached garage. $99,900.

THINKING OF BUILDING…V470 Your choice of five lots 1 to 1.4 acre sites in a rural subdivision between Spring Green and Richland Center on deadend, paved, town road. Gently rolling terrain, plenty of trees and appeal. Electric, phone and cable to lot line. Here is your affordable building lot in convenient location. Priced from $11,500 to $21,900


Well maintained ranch SOLD home in Bloom City with 3 bdrms., 2 bath, hardwood floors, fireplace, full basement, main level laundry, newer metal roof, one car attached garage, plus 2-30x40 pole buildings, one with concrete floor and 2 utility buildings. Room for All! And Affordable!!

R-7309 Located In Hillsboro In Nice Location! 1,600 sq. ft. 2 bedroom, 2 bath newer condo for the price of an older ranch. Unit features large living room w/ gas fireplace, master bedroom and suite, walk-in closets, kitchen with breakfast bar, oak cabinetry, south facing sun room, attached garage, concrete driveway, $99,900. Call Paul 604-2727.



R-7281 Ready For Occupancy!


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RICHARD & CORENE SKLAR LOCATION: E3770 Sugar Maple Rd., Hillpoint, WI 53937 DATE: April 18, 2017 TIME: Personal property at 9:00 a.m. and Real Estate at noon.

Reedsburg: Hwy. 23 south, right on Cty. Rd. S, left on Tuckertown Rd., right on Sugar Maple Rd. Loganville: Hwy. 154 West, right on Sugar Maple Rd., left on Sugar Maple Rd., Richland Center: Hwy. 58 North, right on Hwy. 154 East, left

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STORE FRONT downtown Richland Center, 130 S. Central Ave. Be your own boss. Great opportunity to rent a modern business location in downtown RC. Attractive exterior entrance with no steps. Various floorplans available. Only steps from four banks and several retail stores. Tenants would receive heat, air conditioning, water, sewer service and garbage pickup at no charge. Be the first to inquire about this great opportunity. Call Don Cosgrove at 608-274-1180 or 608-848-2737.

OFFICE SPACE for lease: Located at 182-194 N. Main St., Richland Center. Contact Rick at FARMETTE 22 acres, house, 608-475-0057. barn, shed, tillable, wood, pasWANTED HUNTING land for ture, $170,000.00. stop in Mon.lease, call Marty. 262-656-0643. Sat. 32363 Jaquish N. Rd, Ithaca. NEW FACTORY Built Homes 3 BR, 2 BA put on your foundation. $59,980 HORKHEIMER H O M E S Hazelton, IA. 800-632-5985.

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ROOM FOR RENT: $450.00 per month & includes full use of kitchen, laundry, and all utilities including satellite tv, & WiFi internet. No indoor pets and no indoor smoking. Country property located MUSCODA NEWER very nice, 4 near Rockbridge. Security bedroom 2 bath, duplex, garage, deposit is required. Darwin at stove and refrigerator included. 608-588-4692. Washer and dryer hookup. .$950.00. Dogs ok. muscodaren- WANTED: 40 Ac or more wooded tal.com 608-723-8789. hunting land. In WI UP, highest prices paid. PO Box 544 ADVERTISE HERE! Rhinelander, WI 54501 (WCAN) Call 608-647-2911.

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SCENIC FARMETTE… R1003 83.5 acre property with spacious 3 bedroom, 1 bath ranch home. Basement offers second kitchen, large rec room and a full bath. Enjoy country life from the covered porch, secluded deck or the patio. 2 car attached garage plus 2 nice outbuildings great for storage, hobby or livestock. Terrific hardwood timber stand with excellent hunting. $439,000

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MOBILE HOMES for rent, Edgewater Mobile Home Park $500.00 plus deposit, plus utilities. 608-347-4963 or 608-4759752.

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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.

Please call 608.935.3639 extension 1201 to receive an application and return envelope or print an application from: www.thehouseontherock.com

Seasonal Positions – Bartender, Housekeeping and Night Shift! The House on the Rock Inn is hiring for the season. Our seasonal positions generally work from spring through fall or for summer and fall. Great perks: free golf at The House on the Rock Resort, The House on the Rock attraction passes, golf gift passes, pool passes, generous discounts and more! • Bartender for our Shipmates Lounge – 5 pm opening time, generally we close between 10:00 pm and midnight. Great environment. (age 21 and over) *Thursdays, Fridays and Saturday Nights – rotation of 2 or 3 willing to split these nights – both bartends and cooks/fries* • Housekeeping Room Attendants • 2nd shift and 3rd shift positions with variety, working between general cleaning, customer service and front desk duties Please call 608.935.3639 extension 1201 to receive an application and return envelope or print an application from: www.thehouseontherock.com Many positions accommodate student schedules and work around second jobs or retirement schedules! Equal Opportunity Employer

PLANT MAINTENANCE Plant Maintenance - Prior experience required. Applicant must have experience with processing equipment, electric motors and drives, welding and other aspects of industrial maintenance. Compensation based on pay history and experience level. Please call for an interview appointment at 647-4038. Sunset Orchard, Hustler Ridge Drive, Richland Center, WI.

LOCAL DRIVERS WANTED! Be your own boss. Flexible hours. Unlimited earning potential. Must be 21 with valid U.S. drivers license, insurance & reliable vehicle. Call 888-913-3007


Help Wanted for

Installers/General Labor Full-Time Positions / Part-Time Positions Available

Tri-State Basement Repair Inc.

As South Central Wisconsin’s leader in providing the latest, cutting edge commercial and residential basement and crawlspace solutions in the industry today, we are looking for true professionals to assist us in the continued growth of our business. If you are looking for a stable career path with upward mobility potential, and if you pride yourself on being professional and having the ability to provide exceptional customer satisfaction, then we need to talk. We are currently seeking to fill installation crew/foreman positions. Starting $11-$15 hourly wage will be based on experience and performance. Wage will be adjusted after 2 weeks of employment. Job Type: Full-time Job Location: Richland Center, WI 53581 Required education: High school or equivalent Required license or certification: Valid Drivers License Apply at 27188 US Hwy. 14 Richland Center Call 647-4158 with any questions.

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272 North Main Street • P.O. Box 272 Richland Center, WI 53581

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RICHLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY BUSINESS SECRETARY PAYROLL AND BENEFITS The Richland School District is seeking a Payroll and Fringe Benefits secretary for a 40 hour per week position. Major responsibilities include administering the smooth and efficient operation of payroll, fringe benefits, and associated personnel records; processing district payroll; maintaining employee personnel files; processing of employee benefit and voluntary deduction programs; responding to employee inquiries; and processing of IRS and DPI reports related to payroll and personnel. Experience with payroll is highly preferred. However, a strong candidate possessing related skills will be considered. A competitive compensation package including full benefits is provided, with wages dependent upon experience. For details on this position, please see the Richland School District web site at richland.k12.wi.us/District/employment.html.

Apply online, or call the Richland School District Office at (608) 647-6106. Applications accepted until 12 noon on Monday, April 10, 2017. The Richland School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Educator

Plateco is seeking full-time employees in our Production Department for 1st and 3rd shifts. Plateco offers competitive salaries and 3rd shift premiums.

• C.N.A. - Part-time day shift position available. Also every other weekend evening hours. • Supportive Home Care Workers - Hours available. Applications are kept on file for one year.

Candidates must have: Strong work ethics, a strong work history and attention to detail, excellent attendance, strong math skills and reading comprehension, a completed High School Diploma or Equivalent, and be able to pass all pre-employment prescreen testing. Plateco offers:

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

***Competitive pay scales + 60 day/annual reviews. Growth within the company!

Schmitt Woodland Hills 1400 West Seminary Street, Richland Center, WI 53581 (608) 647-8931

Medical, dental, life, 401K, flex, disability, holiday, vacation, birthday paid, tuition reimbursement & more.


Please apply at: 1375 Industrial St. Reedsburg, WI 53959 or hr@platecoinc.com



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Temporary Summer Jobs Available at our Richland Center Facility!

Call Jim Nelson at 647-2911 for more information.

Available Shifts: • Assembly Operators: 1st & 2nd Shift

Requirements: • High school diploma or GED • Availability to work 10 hour days. • Availability to work overtime on Saturdays as needed. • Good attendance record.


• Independent Contractor • Deliver on TUESDAYS ONLY! • Must be at least 12 years old • Papers left at your home

500 - $16.60

Prices are black ink on white stock.

Make up to $20/hr – Operator Positions Available

Schmitt Woodland Hills and its partners offer people a wide range of quality services and facilities through good stewardship with a Christian Philosophy.

“This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.”

200 - $11.82

WANTED: PERSONS for general farm work and truck driving. No livestock, house available. 608574-2160.

WANTED: OVER the road truck driver, local running mostly. LOOKING TO hire CDL-A license Darlington area. T & L Farms. driver to haul livestock. At least 608-574-2160. 2yrs experience and no violaAIRLINE MECHANIC TRAINING tions. Good pay. 563-880-9783. - Get FAA certification. Approved LET US HELP YOU promote for military benefits. Financial Aid your business online! Give us a if qualified. Job placement assiscall today! SN Digital Media 608- tance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 888-686-1704 647-2911.

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LEADERSHIP: Quick Service Food Supervisor position (New) to fill! This position works 52 weeks throughout the year, helping with tour operations in the winter. Partially paid health insurance, paid time off and 401K benefit applies to this position.

3591 State Road 23 North Dodgeville, WI 53533


Welcome students, retirees, those seeking part time and those seeking 40 hours! We hire all spring and early summer to build a Great Team! Some seasonal positions work through summer, some work through fall and some work through December. All positions receive free golf at The House on the Rock Resort, free gift attraction and golf passes, pool passes, fitness room use, generous discounts, on-the-job training and more! • Many Quick service food counter, cashier and prep/cook positions – including ice cream shop jobs! • Housekeeping and light janitorial positions • Admissions, retail and customer service positions • Janitor/Grounds maintenance position

TRUCK DRIVERS. CDL-A Company Drivers and Owner Operators. Great pay and benefits. Driver friendly. All miles paid. Many bonuses. Home when needed. Nice equipment. Paid weekly. WWW.MCFGTL.COM Call now 507-437-9905 (MCN)

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25 DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW! Earn $1000 per week! Paid CDL Training! STEVENS TRANSPORT COVERS ALL COSTS! 1-888-734-6714 drive4stevens.com

A Great Team makes for a Great Guest Experience Join Us for our 2017 Season!

PLATTEVILLE: WANTED Person or persons to milk 70 cows-feed and chores. Starting in April. Housing available, must speak English. 608-732-5052.

If you are serious about being a game changer, MPC wants to hear from you! Apply online application at careers.mpc-inc.com.

Pop the hood of your car and you will see the difference we make!


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Call us today to place your ad in the Employment Section 608-647-2911.

Ready Mix Concrete Truck Drivers at Richland Center Ready Mix company and Hillsboro Ready Mix Plant. CDL license, 2 to 3 years truck driving experience, preferable with some off the road driving experience, motivated, energetic, work well with others. Hourly wage determined by experience.

If interested call 608-604-9722 for more information.



Nursing in Long Term Care has a new, exciting meaning for our organizations and we have a greatly improved wage scale and sign-on bonus based on experience! To learn more please apply at on-line at www.chscwi.org/employment-application.htm Please contact Becki Lynn at 608-326-3220 or send your application to: Prairie Maison Nursing Facility 700 S. Fremont St. Prairie du Chien, WI 53821

Carrier needed to deliver Wisconsin State Journals early Sunday mornings in rural Richland Center.

CLEANING? Sell those unneeded “treasures” with a $7.50 classified ad in the Shopping News, 272 N. Main, Richland Center.

YOUR NEXT Rubber Stamp can be purchased through the Shopping News, 272 North Main Street, Richland Center.

Looking for FULL TIME

Small Engine Mechanic Computer skills and electrical trouble shooting preferred.

Must be 18 years of age with dependable vehicle. Proof of insurance required.

Bruce Meyer 608-576-7437

Valid Driver’s License a MUST!

Apply in person at: Hofer’s Small Engines LLC 900 Hwy. 14 West, Richland Center, WI (608) 647-4031

Looking to hire a Full Time Carpenter to work year round in our local area.


Applicants must be dependable, detail oriented and take pride in quality craftsmanship. Minimum 5 years experience in residential construction. References required. Compensation package includes paid holidays, paid vacation and a competitive wage based on experience and references. Contact Nate @ (608) 647-5085.


Prairie Maison Skilled Nursing Facility in Prairie du Chien is seeking full-time and part-time RNs and LPNs, and full-time and part-time PM shift CNAs and every other weekend Days and Night shift CNAs.

COLOR COPIES: X-Press Printing, 272 N. Main, Richland Center. 647-2911.


Flatbed Drivers & Owner Operators Require CDL with good driving record. Two years experience. Great rate per mile/percentage. Regular home time.

Apply in person or online at dandmexpress.com or call (608 583-3044



ADDRESS LABELS: Shopping News, 272 N. Main, Richland Center, 647-2911.


FREE ESTIMATES: On quality printing. Call The Shopping News, 608-647-2911.


WE LAMINATE! Shopping News, 272 North Main Street, Richland Center. 608-647-2911.

Prairie Maison is a division of Community Health Services Corp. We are an equal opportunity employer.

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For more information about this event: Call the SW Job Center, 608-822-2334, or visit http://wisconsinjobcenter.org/events/ www.wisconsinjobcenter.events This event is made possible by the Business Services Team of Southwest WI, including but not limited to the following: SWTC, SWCAP, Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development – Job Service SW, Office of Veteran Services, and Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR), and the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board (SWWDB). SWWDB operates with funding from the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. If you need this printed material interpreted to a language you understand or in a different format, or need assistance in using this service, please contact us at 608-314-3300. Deaf, hearing or speech impaired callers may reach us by the Wisconsin Relay number 711.


Richland Medical Center, Ltd is currently accepting applications for the position of Certified Medical Coder. This is a full-time position that includes a full benefit package. Primary duties include, but are not limited to: reading and interpreting medical records; as well as, document and assign diagnosis and CPT codes. Qualified applicant must have: Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; detailed knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy and physiology and disease process; must have the ability to work with medical staff to obtain documentation for accurate coding; as well as, detailed knowledge of CPT, HCPCS and ICD-10-CM medical coding for both inpatient and outpatient visits. AHIMA or AAPC certification required; minimum of 1 year experience preferred. If you qualify for a Certified Medical Coder, you may obtain an application by downloading at www.richlandmedctr.com, or in person at the Richland Medical Center. Email resumes to tori.dobbs@richlandmedctr.com. Application deadline is April 11, 2017.



Part-time position - Mondays, Tuesdays & Saturdays Duties Include: • Putting inserts into the Shopping News • Tying Bundles • Folding inserts when necessary Applicant must: • Be a High School graduate or equivalent • Be able to work Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays • Be able to lift 25 lbs. • Be able to stand for extended periods of time

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Bloomington: 608.994.3131 608.994.3131 Bloomington: HazelGreen: Green:608.854.2802 608.854.2802 Hazel Platteville: Platteville: 608.348.2665 608.348.2665 Cashton: Cashton: 608.654.5416 608.654.5416 Lancaster: Lancaster: 608.723.7023 608.723.7023

Richland Center: 608.647.8894 Richland Center: 608.647.8894 Eastman: 608.874.4888 Eastman: 608.874.4888 Mazomanie: 608.767.3801 Mazomanie: 608.767.3801 Westby: 608.634.7301 Westby: 608.634.7301 Fennimore: 608.822.3449 Fennimore: 608.822.3449 Mt Horeb: 608.437.8267 Mt Horeb: 608.437.8267



The Agronomy team at Premier Cooperative is already The Agronomy team at Premier Cooperative is already preparing for Spring! preparing for Spring! Would you want to get paid to work Would you want to get paid to work outside and be around great people? outside and be around great people? Call or stop by any of our Call or stop by any of our agronomy locations to discuss seasonal full time agronomy to This discuss seasonal full-time part-time or part timelocations opportunities. is a great opportunity to makeor a difference opportunities. This is a feed great to make a difference and help our local farmers the opportunity world! and help our local farmers feed the world!

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BUSINESS CARDS: Stop today for a free estimate on business cards. Shopping News, 272 N. Main, Richland Center.

Full-time Direct Hire Production Positions $16.80 per hour 1st & 2nd Shift Positions Available Position Details: 1st Shift - 7 am to 3:30 pm, Monday through Friday 2nd Shift - 3:30 pm to Midnight, Monday through Friday Occasional weekend overtime required. Shift premium of $0.25 per hour for 2nd Shift positions.

Offering benefits effective first day of employment: health, dental, vision, 401(k), vacation and more! Requirements: High School diploma or equivalent Apply online now at www.rockwellautomation.com/careers Or

Come see us at the Job Fair April 5th • 10 am - 2 pm Phoenix Center, Richland Center


Pine Valley is a skilled nonprofit nursing facility.

Help Wanted!! d

Wednesday APRIL 5, 2017 APRIL 5, 2017 10:00 —2:00



IS HIRING FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS: Personal Care Worker: Part-time Night shift. Starting wage is $10.44/ hr. This is a benefit eligible position that includes: health, dental and retirement. Call-in Housekeeping/Laundry: Starting wage is $11.45/hr. Must be available to work daytime hours on weekdays and weekends and be able to prioritize work and follow directions. Call-in Dietary position: Starting wage is $11.00/hr. Must be able to cook, prepare and serve meals and clean. Applications are available online at http://pinevalleycommunity. org/careers/ or at the Front Desk from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Questions regarding openings contact: Chris Glasbrenner at 608- 649-1721. Completed Applications should be returned to the front desk at: Pine Valley Community Village 25951 Circle View Lane, Richland Center, WI 53581

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• Golf operations positions 1st and 2nd shift guest services and golf shop desk positions


306 E. Leffler, Dodgeville, WI 53533 or email resumé to scotts@hallada.com


Please Apply at: 810 East Nebraska Street Muscoda, WI 53573 Phone: 608-739-3171 Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

6 cyl., auto., dual A/C & heat, tilt, cruise, PW, PL, rear DVD, loaded.

’06 Jeep Wrangler 4x4


Right hand drive, 4.0L, 6 cyl., auto., A/C, alloys, high miles but very clean!

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6 cyl., auto., dual A/C & heat, power everything, heated leather, moonroof, Luxury!





’06 GMC Sierra Crew Cab 4x4


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‘05 GMC K3500 4x4 Diesel DU

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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


’10 10 Ford Fusion SEL

’09 09 Chrysler Town & Country Touring


Full-time positions include benefits. We offer a great work environment. Applicants need to work well as a team while being customer oriented.


EXPERIENCE MODERN, STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES Excellent Profit Sharing Plan Medical and Life Insurance Paid Holidays and Vacations



5.3L, V8, auto., A/C, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, alloys, tow pkg.!

Many nice features, 2 slides, Very Clean!

All 2nd and 3rd shift positions will receive a $1.50 per hour night bonus


4 cyl., auto., A/C, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, leather, Clean!

’03 Chevy Avalanche Z-71 4x4

Machine Operators - Start at $15.00 per hour.

After training period, motivated team members earn $14.00 per hour or more through incentives.

Seeking experienced and entry level technicians to work with a growing dealership.


4 cyl., auto., A/C, PW, PL, P. seat, tilt, cruise, alloys, ONE OWNER!! ONLY 5,5000 mi.

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4 cyl., auto., A/C, tilt, cruise, PW, PL, New tires!

’10 39 FT. Hideout Bunkhouse

After training period, motivated team members earn up to $20.00 per hour through incentives.



6 cyl., auto., A/C, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, local one owner!

’05 Dodge Stratus SXT

’10 Mercury Milan

• Grounds keeping/weed whip/trimming and other tasks *schedule works well for students with valid license*

Please call 608.935.3639 extension 1201 to receive an application and return envelope or print an application from: www.thehouseontherock.com

’04 Chevy Impala

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• Housekeeping Room Attendants including those interested in working on weekends only, a position for someone interested in only Sunday work and those interested in more hours that include weekday shifts













• Bartender/Cooks for our golf bar (age 21 and over) – looking for individuals interested in part time hours or more

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Dining Room Servers (breakfast or evening or banquets)

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6.6L, diesel, auto., A/C, after market wheels, toolboxes!


6 cyl., auto., A/C, PW, PL, P. seat, tilt, cruise, AM/FM/CD, moonroof, backup camera, NICE!

’04 Ford F-150 Super Cab XLT 4x4


V8, auto., A/C, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, alloys, Clean!

’07 Jeep Wrangler 4x4


3.8L, 6 cyl., 6 speed, A/C, AM/ FM/CD, after market wheels & tires. Sharp!

’05 Chevy K1500 Crew Cab 4x4


5.3L, V8, auto., A/C, PW, PL, tilt, Cruise, Tow Pkg.

’08 Dodge Ram 2500 Quad Cab SLT 4x4


6.7L diesel, 6 spd. auto., A/C, PW, PL, tilt, cruise, VERY CLEAN! ONLY 61,500 miles!

Monday - Friday 8:30 - 5:30; Saturday 8:30 - 1:00

GOTHAM, WI 53540 • Cell (608) 963-3837

608-583-3400 We Do Auto Detailing!


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Breakfast and Dinner Line Cooks – (with or without experience)

Hassell Auto Center

270 S. Jefferson St., Richland Center, WI 53581




Front Desk Part Time

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Decks add character and functionality to a home, increasing outdoor entertaining space and oftentimes improving the resale value of a home. Homeowners have various options when choosing decking materials, but one such option, composite decking, is growing in popularity.

Composite decks do have a few drawbacks. They can be expensive Ñ nearly double the initial cost of wood decks. And although they don’t rot, composite planks can scratch. Without refin-

terial that is formulated from different recycled materials. The majority of these materials include hard plastic and wood shavings of pulp. Unlike wood, which can fade, crack and rot, composite decking, which has been available for roughly a decade, does not degrade quickly and Decks used to primar- requires very little upily be made from pres- keep. sure-treated lumber. Available in a variety of While lumber remains a wood colors to match popular material, more outdoor decor, composand more homeowners ite decks also can feature are opting for compos- artificial wood grains to ite decking products. As make them look simianyone who has pres- lar to wood planks. Alsure-washed, stained though composite decks and sealed wood decks are not completely imcan attest, such spaces pervious to the elements, require lots of upkeep to with some occasional look new year after year. washing to impede mold Composite decks require growth and new technolmuch less maintenance, ogy that has improved making them highly at- stain-resistance, many tractive to homeowners of the pitfalls of other who would rather spend materials can be avoided time using their decks with composite decks. instead of maintaining Composite decking fits them. in with eco-friendly life-

terials that would normally end up in landfills. Products from Trex, a popular composite decking manufacturer, are made from 1.5 million shopping bags and wood mill waste. As composite

Composite decking can mimic the look of wood, but requires much less maintenance.

decks do not rot away and are long-lasting, they will not need to be replaced frequently, which is another eco-friendly benefit.

ishing, damaged boards will need to be replaced. Harsh chemicals may fade color and damage the composite materials, so caution is needed.

When comparing composite decking brands, look mainly at the colors, materials used in the composition and the fastening systems. Many Composite decking is styles. The planks are are fastened with regular any type of decking ma- made from recycled ma- deck screws, offers This Old House. The newer

Composite decking remains an in-demand choice for outdoor spaces. Low-maintenance and long-lasting, these decks have quickly become favorites among homeowners.

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when the installation begins on your home. Most jobs can be completed in less than a week, barring bad weather, and you’ll want to be there to enWhatever you do, don’t sure things are going as sign on the dotted line expected. until you are ready. Thank the salesperson At this time, the salesperfor their time and get son should walk around ready for the next ap- your home with you and pointment. Once you tell you exactly what will have met with the com- be done. They should panies on your list, do describe the installation your homework. Contact process from beginning the references provid- to end and make sure ed and find out how the all of your needs will be installation went. Read met. It is crucial that you some online reviews. do this step to ensure Check with the Better you and the installer are Business Bureau to make on the same page. sure no complaints have been lodged against the With any luck, you will find an installer you like company. and trust. Once you do, Set up another meet- make sure you get a coning with the companies tract signed. Don’t wait at the top of your list to until it’s too late and the discuss the job further. installer is all booked up. This is when you can Call as soon as you make talk money and make your selection and be sure the financing is in prepared to put down a order. If the price seems deposit. too steep, don’t be afraid to say so. Chances are a Choosing the right siddeal can be made. You ing installer takes time. can also discuss design Don’t rush the process. preferences and work Siding is too big of an scheduling. You don’t investment to take a want to be on vacation chance on the installawill be getting for your money from the prep work to the actual installation to the cleanup and when that will occur.

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Refacing cabinets is generally the less expensive option of the two. With refacing, cabinet boxes are left in place while the exposed frames are refaced with plastic veneer or wood and new cabinet doors and drawers or drawer fronts are installed. For an additional cost, other accessories may be incorporated, such as pull-out shelves, a lazy Susan, flip-out

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Both options have their pros and cons. Refacing can generally be done in a week or less, whereas installing new cabinets can take weeks. New cabinets mean new everything inside and out, whereas with refaced cabinets, you get just new doors, drawers and hardware. If your cabinets are older, that could be a plus as many cabinets built 20 or 30 years ago are of better quality than some of the cabinets on the market today. Refacing will do nothing for cabinets that are in poor condition or

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drawer fronts, a wine rack or a pull-out trash bin. Some refacers will even replace countertops, sinks and flooring. Need a cabinet above the refrigerator? No problem. Your refacer can custom-build one for an additional fee. Refacing works best on cabinets that are in good condition but could use some updating. The average cost for a job runs from

Replacing is just what it sounds like. All of the old kitchen cabinets are removed and new ones are installed. This option is much more time consuming, but if your cabinets are in terrible shape or you are looking to create a better layout or add storage, new cabinets are your best bet. But, be prepared to shell out some money. New cabinets can cost anywhere from $5,000 on up. Add in the cost of installation and extras like molding, and you can see why replacement is the more


For walls, many experts recommend latex. For wood, metal and other surfaces, oil-based might be better. The choice is yours. Research the two options further, discuss the matter with the proThere are some drawfessionals and make your backs to using oil-based choice carefully. paint. It has a strong odor, making it difficult

Kitchens are often the heart of a home. They’re the place where people gather together to enjoy each other’s company as they prepare food, pay bills or do other chores. Kitchens work overtime and can take a real beating over the years, especially the cabinets. While some homeowners choose to reface their cabinets, others choose to replace them entirely. There are pros and cons to each, of course, but either way, the heart of the home will get a much-needed facelift.

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people. Although hard, it will crack over time. It may also fade and yellow. Oil-based paint can be difficult to clean up. You must use solvents. It is also hazardous and must be disposed of properly. Latex also offers many advantages. It is widely available and is better for the environment altogether. It dries quickly and doesn’t yellow. It is also easy to clean up with soap and water. It does swell, however, making sanding between coats on wood essential.

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with some reputable contractors. They can tell you whether your cabinets are in good enough condition to reface and advise you as to the best route to take. If you are looking for more counter space, for example, new cabinets may be the way to go.

Budget is always a factor. How much do you have to spend? Generally, it costs twice as much to replace cabinets as it does to reface them. Should you purchase stock cabinets or install them yourself, however, you may be able to save enough to afford new cabinets. Look around and do your homework. The right cabinets, new or updated, can enhance the feel of any kitchen. Review the options carefully and make the right choice for you. Reface or replace, you’re sure to end up with a kitchen your friends and family will enjoy hanging out in.

The DIY movement has inspired many homeowners to tackle home repair and remodeling projects on their own. DIY projects can be rewarding, and many homeowners who have embraced the DIY movement have discovered talents they never before knew they had. But no matter how simple popular home renovation television shows make remodeling projects appear, homeowners should know that such undertakings are far more difficult than they appear on television. Homeowners who overestimate their abilities and the time they have to complete projects can cost themselves substantial amounts of money. In fact, there are a variety of reasons homeowners might want to work with professional contractors when tackling home improvement projects.

But applying such an approach to home improvement projects is risky and potentially dangerous, not to mention costly. Experienced professional contractors with strong track records (seek recommendations from friends or neighbors) won’t have to go through trial and error and are therefore more likely than DIYers to complete a project on time and on budget.

Inspiration One oft-overlooked benefit of working with professional contractors is the likelihood that they can draw up ideas for projects that homeowners might otherwise never have thought up on their own. Homeowners without specific ideas in mind can ask contractors to come up with various scenarios before committing to a particular one. Veteran contractors can draw on years of experience to Experience A trial and error approach create designs that DIcan work with various Yers might be incapable projects and problems. of coming up with and/

or incapable of seeing through to completion. Cost Conventional wisdom suggests it’s less expensive to do something yourself than to hire someone else to do it for you, but that’s not necessarily true of home improvement projects. Labor costs typically account for a substantial amount of professionally contracted projects, but homeowners can cut those costs by volunteering to do some of the

simpler tasks themselves. In addition, contractors often purchase materials at a much lower cost than individual homeowners because contractors buy in bulk. So while labor costs might be lower on DIY projects, the cost of materials can offset those savings. Resale value Many homeowners renovate their homes with eyes on improving the resale value of those homes. But if homeowners want to showcase a newly remodeled kitchen when selling their homes, they should be prepared for

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