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• 29 and 26 Gauge Metal • Standing Seam • 40 Year Warranty • Pole Sheds • Garages • Mini Barns • Lumber • Vinyl Siding • Shingles • Entry Doors • CHI Garage Doors
Regular 5” or 6” gutter with Leaf-Free gutters get a 10 Year Free Warranty.
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5 & 6 inch Gutter Installation.
Also available … “Heated Gutter Systems”.
Complete Packages Available!
Time To Change Your Flooring?
E2875 Hwy. 154 • Hillpoint, WI 53937 Freeman and Paul Mast
See us for experienced professional installation of
We’re still on
Vinyl Windows, Vinyl Deck and Fencing, Steel Roofing.
We haven’t branched off Garages built to suit any needs.
PLUMBING & HEATING Sales & Service • 647.6345
We supply lumber and also build lots of sheds.
• Doublehung • Bay • Casement • Slider • Awning • Picture Custom Built Vinyl Windows
Richland Center • County Hwy. Y • Off Of Highway 80
Buying Wrecked Vehicles, Tractors, Farm Machinery, Copper, Brass, Aluminum and Aluminum Cans.
608-647-6298 or 608-604-0548
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Used Auto, Truck & Tractor Parts For Sale
Scott’s Guitar Studio
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L & M SALVAGE
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GUITAR And Bass LESSONS
Plumbing, New Construction, Remodel Kitchens & Bathrooms, Septic, Wells, & All your H.V.A.C. needs. Credential: 222366
CARPET, WOOD, TILE, VINYL, LAMINATE, CUSTOM TILE SHOWERS
Brandon and Samantha Wipf
608-489-2400 Next to Subway in Hillsboro.
HARTJE Give your Farm & Power Equipment Sales & Service shovel the LaValle, WI Ole Heave-Ho 985-8120 with
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Ice Augers Available
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7:30 AM-5:30 PM Sat. 8:00 AM-1:00 PM
Welcome... Lola Dream Shawgo
Serving the area for over 77 years!
590 S. Main St., Richland Center
Born January 1, 2017 at 10:56 PM.
Happy New Year from everyone at the Richland Locker! Thank you for your business last year and we look forward to serving all your meat needs in 2017!
She is the daughter of Kasey Roen and Donald Shawgo of Blue River, WI.
THIS WEEKS SPECIAL:
Thank you to these local merchants that donated to the family’s gift baskets:
Frozen Bone-in Sirloin steaks...............................................$6.39/lb. Frozen Boneless top sirloin Steak ........................................$8.29/lb. Beef Liver .................................................................................$.59/lb.
BUY IN BULK AND SAVE! LOCALLY RAISED ANIMALS
Half of beef.............................................................................$2.79/lb. Hind quarter...........................................................................$3.09/lb. Front Quarter..........................................................................$2.69/lb. Half or whole hog ..................................................................$1.99/lb. All subject to cutting loss. We will cut and package them to your liking
Bring in your boneless venison to have it made into anyone of our delicious products!
HOURS: Mon. - Fri. 7:30 - 5:30; Sat. 8:00 - Noon; CLOSED SUNDAYS We are Quest Acceptable.
Added Touch Floral and Floral and Gifts
DeAnne’s Designs & Electrology
All American Do It Center
Arbonne - Toni McCarvel
Richland Family Prescription Center
Bailey’s Paint and Decorating
Fun In The Sun
Richland Family Restaurant
Kelly’s Coffee House
The Cutting Edge
The Frame Corner
Community First Bank
Ocooch Books and Libations
The Nail Salon
Partners of the Richland Hospital
Thrifty White Pharmacy
BMO Harris Brewer Public Library Center Café
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Riverdale Screening Days
January 24, 2017 by Appointment Who Should Attend?
Kaylee & AJ say “Call Grandpa today!”
State Certified Dwelling Contractor For All Your Carpentry & Concrete Needs • Additions • Vinyl Siding • Metal Work • Roofing • Replacement Doors & Windows • Trim Work • Drywall • Pole Sheds • Garage Door Installation • Insulation • Hardwood & Laminate Floor Installation • Decks
Wanted to Buy Basswood & Birch Logs Truckload Quantities Only 30+ Logs/Delivery SMALL BASSWOOD LOGS: 6’’ - 18’’ Diameter 8’6’’ Long
WHITE (PAPER) BIRCH LOGS: 3’’ - 11’’ Diameter 4’ to 8’6’’ Long
Logs must be hand cut and cannot be harvested with a processor. Bark must remain intact, logs must be harvested in dormancy, and all material must be delivered FRESH CUT.
Students currently attending 4-year-old kindergarten at Riverdale School District need not attend the screening. No Early Childhood, 4 year old kindergarten or kinder academy will be held on Thursday, January 24, 2017.
Interested parties will deliver logs to our Plant in Dodgeville, WI.
For Richland Center Area:
Professional Foresters on staff to assist with your management goals.
The screening will not be held if school is not in session due to inclement weather. You will be contacted to reschedule at a later date. If there would be a late start, the morning session would move from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m.
Perkins Lock • 647-4809
• Students who will be 4 years old by September 1, 2017 • Students who will be eligible to attend 5-year-old kindergarten in the Fall of 2017 who did not attend 4-year-old kindergarten this year. • Students who will be 3 years old by September 1, 2017 and may have developmental or speech concerns.
The screening will take place on January 24, 2017 by appointment in the Riverdale Elementary School. Note: You will be receiving a letter and a form which needs to be completed and returned to the school. If you do not receive a mailing, but have a child to be screened, please contact Linda Eveland at 739-3101 by January 18, 2017.
Toby Witkowski 608-434-4413
Over 50 Years Combined Experience Between Our Door Installers.
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FOR SALE: Miniature Australian/ Border Collie puppies. Shots and dewormed, $150 each. David Fisher 9316 Kussmaul Rd. Mount BRIDAL SHOWER GIFTS: Cake Hope, WI 53816. knives, guest books, plume pens, LAB PUPS, AKC,Yellow, Choc, unity candles, ring bearer pillows, Black, Born 11-26-16, shots/ bridal garters. toasting glasses, dewormed, Parents OFA & etc. Available at the Shopping on-site. 920-526-3512 (WCAN) News, 272 N. Main, Richland SHIH-TZU MIX Puppies. 1st Center. shots. Ready to go. $300. 608NEED TO SELL IT QUICK? 333-2271. Let IWI Classifieds help you WINTER SALE! AKC COCKER reach 157,000 homes in Iowa, SPANIEL PUPS & Minis Visa/ Wisconsin and Illinois for as little pymts 920-563-3410 pennylaneas $31.00. Watch for the form in cockerspaniel.com Lic#268588your shopper - or just stop in and DS (WCAN) see at the Shopping News, 272 SAVE TODAY - THE N. Main, Richland Center, 608CLASSIFIED WAY! 647-2911.
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BLACK GOLDEN Doodle puppies, 2nd generation, vet checked, vac, health guarantee, $700. 563599-6477.
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High Density • Factory sec. • 4x8, 1" thru 4" thick • 5⁄8" CDX plywood $14 • Special on all 4x4s with compression board (608) 739-3253 (608) 553-2043 cell
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We will not accept deliveries without pre-arranged purchase. Contact Information: Al Ladd, Plant Manager (608) 935-2341 (ext. 333) (608) 574-1678 (Cell) email@example.com
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WANTED: FARMLAND to rent. We pay rent in full in April 2017. Call Beck Farms LLC, Mount Tabor, WI at 608-225-2650.
FOR SALE: 4X5 round bales net wrapped and sliced. 608-5493121. Easy access. Buy more & save money.
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: Large round bales hay 5x6, stored inside. Can deliver. 608-983-2864.
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Hay & Bedding Sale Monday @ Noon Slaughter & Replacement Sale
SUBURBAN • HORSE • AGRICULTURE • COMMERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL (HOMES)
CONTACT US FOR A FREE CONSULTATION!
Prairie du Chien, WI 608-326-2909
30’x54’x15’ • $16,261 42’x72’x16’ • $24,677 60’x108’x17’ • $49,191
Bloomington Livestock Exchange
Fennimore Livestock Exchange
Building pictured is not priced in ad. Crew travel required over 50 miles. Local building code modiﬁcations extra. Price subject to change without notice. 30 PSF Ground Snow Load
14034 U.S. Hwy 61N Fennimore, WI 53809 www.fennimorelivestock.com adno=502899-01 608-822-3255
(3 miles west of Hillsboro on Hwy. 82) Open Monday thru Friday 8:30 to 5:30
Bring in your equipment now & have it ready for spring work.
Friday, January 13th
on the farm – in the market – working together
GAVIN BROS. AUCTION
NAME: Lyle Bodendein Estate Linda Brickl, Personal Representative DATE: Thursday, January 12 TIME: 9:00 a.m. LOCATION: E7429 Highway 23/33, Reedsburg, WI. One mile east of Reedsburg on Hwy. 23/33 at GAVIN BROS. Auction Facility. LuNCh: Country Gals. NOTE: Partial list. Pictures at www.gavinbros.com. Most of auction will be held in heated building with seating. hOuSEhOLD, COLLECTIBLES, ETC.: Sanyo 40" flat screen TV; Sanyo 28" flat screen TV; couch; love seat; recliner; couch/chair; end tables/coffee table; dining room table & chairs; glass door corner china hutch; kitchen table w/4 chairs; 2 twin beds; double bed; dresser w/mirror; chest of drawers & matching dresser; file cabinet; treadmill; dehumidifier; quilt rack; linens; bedding; kerosene lamps; lamps; blue glass jars w/glass lids; toy items; GI Joe figures; baseball bobble heads; pots/pans; kitchen items; small kitchen appliances; misc household items. TOOLS, LAWN ITEMS, ETC.: Simplicity Broadmoor Hydro lawn tractor w/bagger & snowblower; Kohler Command 25 gas motor; Simplicity Snow Away 2-stage snow blower; power mower; Echo CS 310 chain saw; Remington elec. pole saw; buck saw; weed eaters; chain saws; air compressor; Shop Smith; 14" metal/wood cutting band saw; Craftsman radial arm saw; wood clamps; chisels; good wrench sets; socket sets; Skil Mdl. 100 power planer; impact wrench; routers; banding set; carbide saw blades; concrete tools; floor jack; alum. stepladder; lots of hand tools; grinders; power tools; lawn/garden tools; wheelbarrow; fertilizer aerator; lots of misc. shop/garage supplies. LuMBER: Approx. 500 board feet, all planed, white oak, walnut, cherry, pine, butternut, basswood, maple, and some barn boards. TRACTOR, ETC.: Ford 8N Tractor; older tandem axle skid steer trailer w/metal deck. LLOYD AND BEVERLY MLEJNEK FARM SOLD BY GAVIN BROS. REAL ESTATE: hOuSEhOLD AND COLLECTIBLES: Couch and love seat; La-Z-Boy recliner; hide-a-bed; Jd Meakin England dish set; armchair; 3 pc. wicker furniture set; card table & chairs; end tables; wood desk; Eden Pure heater; Frigidaire refrigerator; pictures; Nesco roaster; vacuum; linens; misc. everyday kitchen items; Lifestyler exercise bike; decorations; luggage; flowers; TV trays; wooden shelves; coolers; games; books: other misc. items. GARAGE AND OuTDOOR ITEMS: Craftsman 6.5 hp 17" rear tine tiller; wooden buggy cart; alum. and wooden ladders; 2-wheel wheelbarrow; shop vac; heated bird bath; toolbox; apple picker; cross country skis; milk can; gas cans; log chains; lawn ornaments; bird house; tomato cages; lawn & garden tools; hand tools; saw horses; hand sprayers; picnic bench; new pole saw; gazing ball; Stanley vac.; other misc. items. CONSIGNED: 2004 GMC Sonoma, 4 dr,. 4x4, 180,000 miles. TERMS: Cash or good check, VISA or MasterCard w/3% convenience fee. Sales tax applies. adno=502590-01 GAVIN BROS. AuCTIONEERS, LLC. (Wisconsin Registered Auction Company #274) Reedsburg, WI Baraboo, WI (608) 524-6416 (608) 356-9437 www.gavinbros.com email@example.com
Special ALL HOLSTEIN & DAIRY CROSS Steer/Heifer Sale
Equity Livestock Richland Center Auction & Private Treaty Sales:
Friday, January 20th
Special ALL BEEF New Crop Calf/Yearling Sale (No Holstein Steers Please)
Monday Auction: Starting at 11:00 AM with Calves, Sheep and Goats, Hogs, Slaughter Cows, Fed Cattle and Bulls. Every Other Tuesday: Wisconsin Lamb & Goat Pool (call for info.) Wednesday: Accepting cattle for the 2nd and 4th Thursday sale on Wednesday night 4:00 - 7:00 PM. Thursday Auction: 1st, 3rd & 5th Selling Slaughter Cattle at 1:00 PM. Thursday Auction: We will begin our sale at 10:30 AM. Feeder cattle first followed by Bred Beef Cows. Slaughter to follow. 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. Monday - Thursday: Accepting Cows and Bulls for Grade and Yield. For your convenience we are taking cattle Sunday and Wednesday evening from 4:00 to 6:00 PM.
Call (608) 647-6151 or ANDY HUEBSCH 608-434-4023
to list your cattle or to have us look at your cattle on the farm.
Friday, January 27th
Special ALL HOLSTEIN & DAIRY CROSS Steer/Heifer Sale
Friday, February 3rd
Special ALL BEEF New Crop Calf/Yearling Sale (No Holstein Steers Please) Slaughter Sales: Every Tuesday starting at 8:30 am Lamb Pools 2nd & 4th Wednesdays, as scheduled Feel free to call with any questions, concerns or anything else you may need so we can serve you best!! Visit our auction live at www.cattleusa.com Thanks Again!! From All the Folks at Like us on Facebook Bloomington Livestock Exchange
E17243 ST HWY 82
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9663 Cty.Trk A, Box 332 Bloomington,WI 53804 Office (608) 994-2020 Fax (608) 994-2022 Kevin (608) 732-0732 • Cody (608) 412-3142 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Webpage: www.bloomingtonlivestock.com
All Feeder Sales start at 9:00 am
Grabble Buckets, Skid Steer Buckets, Attachments and Log Splitters For Sale!
Upcoming Feeder Cattle Sale Schedule
NEED WELDING DONE?
FARM - HOME - COMMERCIAL
Saturday, January 14th @ 12:30
ClearyBuilding.com • 800-373-5550
Welding Done on Semi Trailers! Welding done, cast aluminum or stainless.
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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. CENTRAL BOILER certified Call Clark Logging. Rod Clark, Classic Edge OUTDOOR 608-732-1848. Ron Udelhoven, FURNACES. Exceptional perfor- 608-732-5575. mance and value. Chimney WANTED: BARN foundations. Specialist in Highland. 800-395Call Randy. 608-220-6958. 6660.
Wednesday @ 10:30 AM Cows, Calves, Sheep, Goats, Pigs Grade & Yield Cattle
8 hol strs,5-600#, shots,green, 10 hol strs, 600#,med green 5 hol strs, 300#, shots., 8 hol hfrs, 800#,open., 2 hol springing hfrs., 6 hol strs 300#,shots., 3 blk X strs, 250#
FOR SALE: 2 Registered Hereford bulls. 608-558-6640.
Barns - Garages - Pole Sheds Siding - Roofing - Cement
Dairy/Feeder/Beef Cow Sale
Lifetime Film Integrity Steel Warranty
TRAILER SALE: 6’x12’ V-nose ramp Cargo $2,750.00, 7’x16’ V-nose ramp $4,199.00; Skidloader trailers SAVE $600.00 to $700.00, Fuel Trailers, Scissor lift trailers, Snowmobile trailers 2-place & 4-place; Dump trailers, 100’s of trailer PARTS! Trailer Repairs 515-972-4554. www. F o r t D o d g e Tr a i l e r Wo r l d . c o m (MCN)
• Accu-Therms are available in a variety of sizes to suit your dairy’s needs — whether it’s large or small. Save up
at Dip Winter Te with the s Program Saving r for GEA Deale Ask your ! e details complet
Protect Your Cows, Even in the Worst Winter Weather ather
Derma Sept and Derma-Kote You unconditionally care for your herd all year long. As You unconditionally care for your herd all year long. As temperatures temperatures drop, caring for drop, your cows’ teats is more Your local GEA Dealer caring for your cows’ teats is more important than ever. Choose DermaSept ® important ever. Choose DermaSept teat dips from GEA to heal, protect and condition your or Derma-Kote winterthan D E A L E R or I M P RDermaINT AREA cows’ teats ® while killing mastitis-causing bacteria on contact. Kote winter teat dips from GEA to heal, protect and Winter weather is right around the corner. Contact your GEA dealer today to develop a winter teatyour health program for your herd. condition cows’ teats while killing mastitis-causing bacteria on contact. ®
• Saves up to 50% on energy costs by using tap or well water to precool milk. • Type 304 stainless steel end frames and stainless steel compression bolts. • Type 316 stainless steel plates. Top-quality plate material for sanitary milk contact surface. • Cools milk down to 37°F (2.8°C) in less time. Maintains high milk quality and impedes bacteria growth.
• Clean-in-place system helps keep maintenance low.
Winter weather is right around the corner. Contact Fuller’s Milker Center today to develop a winter teat health program for your herd.
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ORGANIC HAY for sale. Limited amount of first crop 2015, RFV 84.04, RFQ 83.23, large squares $40 /bale. First crop 2016 RFV 89.80, RFQ 84.71, large squares $47/bale , second crop 2016 RFV 107.58, RFQ 115.17 $66/bale. 608-943-8541.
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FOR RENT: 3 bedroom apt. $820.00, all utilities included, washer/dryer, Hud approved. 608-604-0417 FOR RENT: In RC. All utilities, stove and refrigerator included. Upper 2 bedroom apartment. $575 per month. No dogs, ferrets or snakes. No smoking inside. (608) 583-2324 or (608) 604-6235 or email tcrentals@ mwt.net
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ONE BEDROOM $450/mo Utilities included for extra $100/ mo STUDIO $350/mo Utilities included for extra $85/mo. Country view in city. No Pets 608647-4663 FOR RENT: Muscoda 2 bedroom ranch style house. 2 car attached garage. Natural gas heat. 608739-3442. 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 near Rockbridge. Security deposit is required. Darwin at 608-588-4692. FREE PRINTING estimates. Call 608-647-2911.
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Good 3 bedroom 2 story home on corner lot with detached garage. Home features hardwood floors and trim, big living/dining room, new furnace, central air, full basement with finished family room. Home has new roof installed on the house and garage, replaced windows. $89,900.
3 bedroom, 1 bath home with updated furnace, vinyl siding, newer flooring, main floor laundry in large bathroom, eat in kitchen, big living area, attached storage area that could be turned into a one car garage. $34,900! Don’t wait! Call Paul 604-2727.
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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
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ONE STORY…R995 Functional 3 bedroom Ranch on the north edge of Richland Center. Oak floored home (some under carpet). 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
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.
AFFORDABLE RANCH…R983 3 bedroom home with 2 car detached garage on a large level lot in Muscoda. Many recent flooring and upgrades. Dry basement with storage. Make your dream of home ownership come true. $99,900
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ENJOY THE COUNTRY…R978 in this Raised Ranch with over 2,075 square feet of finished space. 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. Large garage w/2nd story for future finish and a 20' x 32' shed. Numerous decks and patio areas to enjoy the 1 acre yard. $146,900
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13 year old, 3 bedroom, 3 bath ranch featuring hardwood floors, stone fireplace, master bedroom suite with master bath, walk-in closet, lots of nice oak cabinetry in kitchen, dinette doors onto rear deck and patio, main level laundry, in-floor heat, attached garage, 2 out buildings, on 44.92 acres, nice mix of pasture, tillable and woods. $329,900. Call Paul 604-2727.
Well maintained ranch home in Bloom City with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 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!! $79,900.
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Located just 1/2 mile from town on dead end road, 2 bedroom, 2 bath ranch with many recent improvements including new roof, windows, basement water proofing, blacktop driveways, dishwasher, washer and dryer, six year old furnace, attached garage PLUS 36x40 detached pole building with concrete floor and set up for welding! Landscaped yard. $159,900. R-7285 LOTS FOR THE MONEY
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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment near RC Hospital with off street parking. $535/monthtenant pays utlilities. Security Deposit and 1 year lease required. No pets. No smoking. Call Marshall Agency for an application. 608-647-6371.
FOREST VIEW ESTATES - Imagine nicely treed to open lots (your choice) in newer, partially developed subdivision of Spring Green, Near schools but private! Just $29,900-$34,900. Forest View Estates. $34,900. Dale Pforr 608-588-2188. 1727326. PRESTON DRIVE - 4 Bedroom, 2car garage, all appliances, open concept, 4 season room, lower level master bedroom and master bathroom with jacuzzi tub. Large yard and decks. $105,000. Sue Pforr 608-574-2721. 1734725. A LITTLE-BIT OF COUNTRY! - 3 bed.2 ba. Raised ranch south of Lone Rock on 1.54 acres. 30x40 detached workshop/shed. Wood & tile floors! $184,900. Pam Kruschke 608-574-2636. 1785663. CRYSTAL LAKE GET AWAY - Investment property or vacation home right on Crystal Lake & has a beach w/ pier, 4 bed, 2 bath, full furnished & includes a boat. Property is on snowmobile trail. $249,500. Sue Pforr 608-574-2721. 1775201. adno=497832-01
FOR RENT: Quiet country 2 BR duplex on 1.4 acres. 2.4 miles south of RC off of 80. Appliances furnished, washer, dryer, garage, grass is cut, snow is plowed. High efficiency propane heat. Nonsmoking only. Electric included. $610.00 month plus heat, security deposit. Lease. 414-445-4353
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CHARACTER…R998 4 bedroom with a n ice blend of original character and recent updates. Original trim, open staircase, wood floors, nicely remodeled kitchen and bath, recent vinyl windows, vinyl siding and cedar shakes with aluminum fascia & soffit. Located on a full city lot. Enjoy the enclosed front porch and the open rear porch with patio. $97,500
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cold muscles, thereby improving ﬂexibility. Some low-intensity cardiovascular exercise on the stationary bike or treadmill can greatly reduce injury risk during the workout. • Vary workouts and exercise regularly. Varying workouts is a good idea because doing so can prevent repetitive-use injuries and prevent overuse of muscles. Repetitive-use injuries such as shin splints and tendinitis require extended rest to heal, and that can derail your routine and nullify your progress. Vary workouts so you are not always working the same muscles, and don’t mistake varying workouts for varying workout schedules. Working out ﬁve days one week and one day the next increases your risk of injury. Injuries sometimes happen when exercising. But veteran and novice ﬁtness enthusiasts can employ a handful of simple strategies to greatly reduce their risk of inju- Five to 10 minutes of light aerobic exercise before working ry while working out. out can help men and women
A desire to live a healthy, active life compels many people to include exercise in their daily routines. Numerous studies have shown that regular workouts that include a combination of strength training and cardiovascular exercise can make bodies less susceptible to injury while reducing a person’s risk for conditions such as heart disease, stroke and diabetes. Exercising is most effective when it’s part of a daily routine, but that routine can be derailed if men and women are not taking the appropriate measures to avoid injury while working out. While even professional athletes succumb to injury from time to time, there are steps everyone can take to avoid injury when working out. • Conﬁrm your technique is the right one. Exercise science is continuously evolving, and that means workouts and ﬁtness machines are evolving as well. When using a piece of equipment for the ﬁrst time or altering a workout routine, men and women should consult with a gym employee or personal trainer to learn the correct technique. Incorrect technique can lead to minor and serious injuries because muscles are used in ways they are not intended to be used when exercises are
performed properly. Research appropriate techniques, taking advantage of online video tutorials if you don’t exercise at a gym, to ensure the exercises you want to perform are done properly. When beginning a new routine, ask a friend or gym employee to observe your workout and let you know if you are doing anything incorrectly. • Be patient. Lifting too much weight or pushing yourself too hard on the treadmill, exercise bike or elliptical machine will increase your risk of injury. This is especially true for men and women working out for the ﬁrst time or after lengthy stretches of inactivity. Men and women who are elderly, inactive and/or overweight are likely to suffer from poor balance because their muscles are weak. Those muscles can be strengthened over time, but remain patient and stick to light weight during initial workouts so lack of balance does not lead to pain or injury. Take the same approach with aerobic exercise to prevent muscle strains and pulls. Increase weight and the intensity of cardiovascular exercises as muscles gradually strengthen and become accustomed to exercise. • Allow for adequate time to warm up. Failure to warm up is another contributor to exercise-related injury. Before diving into a workout routine, spend between ﬁve and 10 minutes warming up your body with some low-intensity exercises. This increases blood ﬂow to the muscles and makes them more elastic and pliable than
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ow to improve alertness during the workday
A long workday can be both mentally and physically draining. As a result, office workers and professionals whose jobs are more physically demanding than office work may find themselves less alert at the end of the workday than at the beginning. A loss of alertness as the workday draws to a close might be unavoidable. But professionals whose sense of alertness begins to dwindle in the thick of the workday might need to take steps to improve their alertness to protect themselves from injury and to ensure the quality of their work does not suffer. • Avoid caffeine in the late afternoon. Some professionals rely on caffeinated beverages such as coffee or
1. Cashews: Cashews, which are high in magnesium, help to convert sugar into energy. Magnesium deficiency can lead to low energy levels, so nuts that are high in magnesium, including cashews, can provide that mid-afternoon jolt that some people are seeking. Cashews are high in calories, so it’s best for those looking to lose weight or maintain healthy weights to adhere to serving suggestion guidelines. 2. Skinless chicken: A study from researcher Judith Wurtman of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Clinical Research Center found that alertness tends to increase when the brain produces the neurotransmitter dopamine and the hormone norepinephrine. Skinless chicken contains an amino acid known as tyrosine that helps in the production of both dopamine and norepinephrine. If skinless chicken is not available, other foods that may provide this same effect include fish, lean beef and eggs. In addition, lean meats like skinless chicken contain enough vitamin B to help ease insomnia.
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people looking to lose weight, but that reputation is ill-deserved for certain types of carbs. Carbohydrates referred to as “smart carbs” can boost energy and mood and help people, even dieters, maintain healthy weights. Smart carbs, which can be found in fruits, vegetables, minimally processed whole grain products such as brown rice and quinoa, and whole wheat bread among other foods, contain vital nutrients and fiber. The body takes longer to absorb whole grains than it does processed carbohydrates, stabilizing blood sugar and energy levels as a result. Because the body takes longer to absorb whole grains, feelings of satiety and fullness are extended. That reduces the likelihood of being hungry again shortly after eating, thereby helping people maintain healthy weights. Those who want to avoid carbohydrates should avoid products made with white flour, such as white bread, non-whole grain pastas, potato chips, and breakfast cereals with high amounts of sugar.
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energy drinks to combat afternoon drowsiness. While that afternoon caffeine fix might provide an immediate, if temporary, jolt of energy, it might also affect a person’s energy levels the following day. A 2013 study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine found that caffeine consumed as early as six hours before bedtime can significantly disrupt sleep. Professionals who reach for a cup of coffee in the late afternoon might get a sudden boost of energy, but their energy levels the following day might be lower due to a poor night’s sleep. • Avoid high-fat foods at lunchtime. Foods that are high in fat should always be avoided thanks to their connection to a host of health problems. Such foods also negatively affect energy levels when consumed in the middle of the day. The University of Rochester Medical Center notes that the body digests and absorbs high-fat foods very slowly. That means workers who eat highfat foods for lunch won’t get the afternoon energy boost that low-fat, healthy lunches will provide. • Snack healthy. Professionals who find themselves needing a snack in the mid- to late-afternoon can sate their hunger and give themselves an energy boost by snacking healthy. Avoid snacks like potato chips that tend to be high in fat and low in nutrition. Foods that are high in fiber and/or protein can provide a longer energy boost and quell the afternoon hunger pangs at the same time. Fresh fruit and Greek yogurt fit the bill. • Change your workout schedule. Regular exercise improves short- and long-term health while also increasing daily energy levels. Professionals who include exercise in their daily routines yet still suffer from a lack of alertness in the afternoon may need to alter their workout schedules. A 2011 study published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine found that participants who were assigned afternoon exercise programs during work hours reported increased productivity versus those who were not assigned afternoon workouts. If working out in the afternoon is not feasible, avoid working out too late at night, as the National Institutes of Health note that exercising within two to three hours of bedtime can disrupt sleep, ultimately having a negative impact on energy levels the following day. Professionals who find their alertness levels waning in the afternoons can combat such drowsiness in various ways.
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• LPN Needed, Fridays 6 am to 4 pm. •PCW/CNA Positions
All positions are part-time with flexible hours in Richland Center and surrounding areas. If interested please call (608) 647-9880.
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Is Hiring the Following Positions...
Machine Operators - Start at $15.00 per hour.
After training period, motivated team members earn up to $20.00 per hour through incentives.
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Auction Clerk Position Posting – Richland Center Market
2014 Winner: Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award for Employee Development & Commitment.
Equity Cooperative Livestock Sales Association, Wisconsin’s largest livestock marketing cooperative (www.equitycoop.com), is seeking a dynamic, customer-oriented, business-minded candidate to fill our Auction Clerk position at our Richland Center, Wisconsin livestock market. This is a part-time position. We are looking for an enthusiastic, highly detail-oriented person to work with auctioneers during the sales to record headcount, species, backtag, price, and buyer information. This person will also work with our barn and office staff to make and properly document corrections appropriately. Experience in keyboarding and basic office tasks and equipment is a must.
• Must have 5 years’ experience in machining, tooling, and fixtures • 10-15 years’ experience in manufacturing maintenance environment • Experience with robotics, press brakes, roll forming , paint and shot booths a plus • 2 year technical degree in Elector/Mechanical or similar course work required • Benefits generous paid time off to include paid vacation and sick time, insurance, paid STD and LTD insurance, 401K with employer match, flexible spending account, and tuition reimbursement. • Standard 5 day work week, plus some mandatory and voluntary overtime.
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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 Please Apply at: 810 East Nebraska Street Muscoda, WI 53573 Phone: 608-739-3171 Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Jones Chevrolet 2035 Hwy. 14 East • Richland Center, WI 53581
Now Hiring: Maintenance Repairers, Maintenance Electricians & General Producon Workers Producon posions start at $12.00 to $13.40 per hour based on posion and qualiﬁcaons, shi diﬀerenal is available. Incenve posions are also available with potenal earnings up through $16+ based on performance. We also offer : Free visits to the Worksite Wellness Center, company matched 401k (to 4%), Paid time off, dental, vision, healthcare, life, disability coverage, tuition reimbursement, and opportunity for advancement. Immediate Interviews Available Apply in person at 700 Ash Street, Reedsburg, WI 53959 (7:30am - 3:30pm) Or visit www.grede.com Grede LLC. A division of MPG, is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free work place.
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MPG is headquartered in Southﬁeld, MI . We are one of the leading foundries in the world with over 4,700 employees and 14 facilies serving a global customer base. The Reedsburg foundry has opportunies for highly movated individuals to join one of the leading foundry operaons in the world.
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MPC is searching for Machine Operators to join our team of motivated individuals. As a Tier 1 automotive supplier, MPC delivers a difference- to our clients, the industry, and our employees.
Full-Time Positions: Tube Forming – 1st, 2nd and 3rd Shift Assembly Operators - 1st and 2nd shift Rubber Molding - 2nd shift
Nu-Pak is adding new production lines! We are currently seeking motivated, dependable employees to join our growing team. Qualified candidates will have a strong work ethic, positive attitude and the ability to work effectively in a team environment. Nu-Pak offers on the job training in a safe, healthy working environment. Benefits include: medical, dental, vision & disability insurance, vacation, 401(K) with company match, and opportunities for advancement. Interested candidates should apply in person or online at www.nu-pak.com
Part-Time Assembly Positions: Mon-Thurs - 8:00 am-2:00 pm Mon-Fri - 3:30 pm-7:30 pm Mon-Fri - 8:00 pm-12:00 am
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Maintenance & Electrical starng wages are based on skills and experience.
Jones Chevrolet is currently looking to fill two full-time positions. Benefits are available to qualified applicants and include paid holidays, paid vacation, 401k, and health insurance. Applicants must be able to work some Saturdays. PREVIOUS APPLICANTS MUST RE-APPLY IF INTERESTED Pick up an application in person or email resumé to email@example.com
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EXPERIENCE MODERN, STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES Excellent Profit Sharing Plan Medical and Life Insurance Paid Holidays and Vacations
Roles and Responsibilities: • Adheres to Equity’s policies and guidelines • Enter accurate headcount, species, backtag, price, and buyer information from auction ring • Communicates with co-workers to make corrections • Documents corrections appropriately • Provides excellent customer service to all patrons • Other duties, as assigned • Maintain confidentiality Skills/Experience: • Must be able to multi-task • High attention to detail • Basic computer and keyboarding skills • Good communication and interpersonal skills • Ability to remain calm under pressure • Livestock background strongly preferred • Auction experience is a plus. Please apply in person at the Richland Center Market, 26702 County Hwy. O, Richland Center or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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WANTED: OVER the road truck driver, local running mostly. Darlington area. T & L Farms. 608574-2160.
is currently taking applications for a 1st Shift Experienced Lumber Grader. We offer an excellent benefit package, which includes: Health, Life, Long & Short Term Disability, 401K, Profit Sharing and more.
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Prairie Maison Skilled Nursing Facility in Prairie Du Chien, WI and Sannes Skogdalen Skilled Nursing Facility in Soldiers Grove are excited to announce the new
Team Based Care Delivery Model for Long Term Care!
Nursing in Long Term Care has a new, exciting meaning for our organizations! To learn more please apply at on-line at www.chscwi.org/employment-application.htm
NOW HIRING: TRUCK DRIVERS
Richland County Health and Human Services has a fulltime 40 hr/wk opening for a Treatment Court Coordinator in our Clinical Services Unit providing oversight and coordination of the Alcohol Treatment Court Program. Duties include conducting intake evaluations, implementing case management, and collaborating with community treatment providers all in accordance with judicial standards.
• Competitive Wages • Excellent Profit Sharing Plan • Medical and Life Insurance • Paid Holidays and Vacations • New Equipment • Home Weekends
Our Nurses are currently on the Journey for Pathways to Excellence in Long Term Care through the American Nurses Credentialing Center, where we are optimizing the practice of Nursing! http://www.nursecredentialing.org/Pathway/PathwayPages/PTE-LTC
“A Nurturing community delivering passionate, exceptional care throughout life’s stages” Please contact Becki Lynn at 608-326-3220 for Prairie Maison and Amanda Williamson at 608-624-5244 for Sannes Skogdalen or send your application to: Prairie Maison Attn: Mary Walker, 700 S. Fremont St. Prairie du Chien, WI 53821 Prairie Maison is a division of Community Health Services Corporation. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer
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Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field is preferred with experience working with alcohol/drug related clientele. State Social Worker certification or eligibility is also preferred, as well as a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation. Local availability for emergency on-call rotation is also required. Starting salary of $19.02 per hour with County health, retirement, and other fringe benefits
Applications available Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m.
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***Competitive pay scales + 60 day/annual reviews. Growth within the company! Plateco offers a benefit package for full-time employees, including medical, dental, life, 401K, flex, disability, holiday, vacation, shift premiums, birthday paid and more.
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Please apply Monday – Friday (8:00 AM - 4:30 PM) at: 1375 Industrial Street, Reedsburg, WI 53959 or email@example.com
Visit our website at www.co.richland.wi.us for a full description of the position, benefits, and application requirements. Deadline is 3 pm on Wednesday, January 18, 2017. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
Plateco is seeking skilled and qualified applicants for our current open positions. Must have HS diploma or equivalent, excellent attendance, strong work history, and be able to pass pre-employment testing. R3 Operator/Organizer (Make up to: $20/hr + $.80 -shift premium) 1st Rack electro plating on R3 to meet production goals. R3 Operator/Organizer/Mechanical Floater (Make up to: $20/hr + $.80 - shift premium) 3rd shift Rack electro plating on R3 to meet production goals. R3 Organization. Back up operator for Mechanical BB and LB Lines in the absence of line operators. R2 Operator (Make up to: $20/hr + $.80 - shift premium) 3rd shift Rack electro plating on R2 to meet production goals. Barrel Floater (Make up to: $19/hr + $.80 - shift premium ) 3rd shift Racking/Un-racking on Rack 2 and 3 to meet production goals. Back up operator for E1 and E3 Lines in the absence of line operators.
Now accepting applications for the following open positions: RN’s with $5,000 Sign-on Bonus! LPN’s with $3,000 Sign-on Bonus! CNA’s with $2,000 Sign-on Bonus! CMA’s with $1,000 Sign-on Bonus!
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We are seeking an individual who enjoys a combination of duties. The individual applying for this position will need to have strong communication skills, have the ability to handle cash transactions accurately and efficiently, be able to manage multiple tasks at the same time, be organized, dependable, a team player and detail orientated with PC skills. Preferred Candidates will have: • High School diploma • Sales, cashier or other money handling experience • Customer service experience • Detail oriented and self directed • Basic computer and math skills • Analytical and problem solving skills Previous bank experience is desired. Qualified candidates are invited to please submit your cover letter, resumé/application to: Richland County Bank ATTN: Deb Liegel PO Box 67 Richland Center, WI 53581 Member FDIC Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities.
Current Openings: 2nd & 3rd Shift Positions Production/Forklift Operators
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www.SchreiberfoodsRC.com Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent – Required Manufacturing background preferred
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Chris • Brenda A heartfelt thank you to all who gave such compassionate, loving care to our beloved family matriarch, Martha J. Ewing, and us. We are grateful to Dr. Janelle Hupp, Sauk Prairie Hospital staff, the entire staff of Greenway Manor, Clary Memorial Funeral Home, Pastor Craig Peach and Lone Rock Community Congregational Church family. Thank you for the food, prayers, memorials, cards, hugs and your love.
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Monthly Town Board Meeting
Regular agenda items
Tammy Cannoy-Bender,Town of Orion Clerk
5:30 P.M. • Town Hall
January 17th, 2017 NOTICE OF TOWN CAUCUS TOWN OF WESTFORD
The Town Caucus for the Town of Westford will be held on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at 8 P.M. at the Town Garage. The Town Caucus will nominate candidates for a 2 year term for the following offices: OFFICE ENCUMBENT Town Board Chairman.......................... Ben Spencer Town Board Supervisor(1) .................... John Sheahan Town Board Supervisor(2) .................... Charles Keller (Has filed a notice of non-candidacy)
Town Clerk......................................Judy Thompson Town Treasurer ................................... Sonya Klang
This date is a change from a previous notice because of a change in state statutes. Judy Thompson, Town Clerk
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Those we love Don’t go away, they walk beside us every day..... Unseen, unheard, but always near, Still loved, still missed and very dear. The family of Helen Shireman would like to thank all family and friends for the care and support after the loss of our mother. A special thank you to Schmitt Woodland Hills for taking such good care of our mother the last few years. Thank you Dr. Richardson for being there for her. We would also like to thank Pastor Peach for performing the funeral service and Clary Memorial Funeral Home for being so helpful and compassionate.
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Dave Maughan, Master of the Franklin Masonic Lodge #16 is presenting a $400 donation from the Soup Supper Benefit put on by the Franklin Masonic Lodge in Lone Rock.
Happy 26th Birthday
9 year old who has had a long battle with a rare form of cancer is thankfully in remission.
RONALD DUANE JACOBSON
December 29, 2016 Ronald Duane Jacobson, 68, of Richland Center, passed away Thursday, December 29, 2016 at the Richland Hospital after a hard-fought battle with cancer. Ron was born on August 3, 1948 in Viola, WI, the son of Holly and Helen (Hooker) Jacobson. Ron married his high school sweetheart, Joanne Russell of Viola, WI, on October 1, 1966. Together they moved to Janesville, WI, where Ron worked at the Belvidere Chrysler plant. A few years later, they moved back to Viola, WI, where he worked on his family farm with his father. They moved to Richland Center, WI, where he started his career as a Master Auto Mechanic at Buhmeyers and Richland County Chrysler for 35 years. Ron is survived by his wife Joanne Jacobson, three children: Kevin (Alison) Jacobson, Dennis (Rebecca) Jacobson, Lori (Dominic) Siriann; mother Helen Jacobson; six grandchildren: Brett, Kevin P., and Amanda Jacobson, Amber (Shannon) Burkhamer, Brittany and Kayla Siriann; two great grandchildren: Farrah and Nash Burkhamer; and sister Barb (Roger) Larson. Ron is preceded in death by his father Holly Jacobson and son Jerry Jacobson. Funeral services were held at 12:00 PM on Wednesday, January 4, 2017 at the Pratt Memorial Chapel with burial to follow in
the Viola Cemetery. Visitation was held Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at the Pratt Memorial Chapel from 4:00 PM until 8:00 PM and again on Wednesday, January 4, 2017 at the Pratt Memorial Chapel from 11:00 AM until the service time at 12:00 PM. The Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service is assisted the family with their arrangements. Online condolences may be made at prattfuneralservice. com
GRACE EMMA (WALLS) NIEMEYER
December 29, 2016 Grace Emma (Walls) Niemeyer, 96 of Richland Center died Thursday, December 29, 2016 surrounded by friends and family at the Richland Center Hospital. Grace was born January 25, 1920 to Howard J. and Hilka Maria (Cutter) Walls in Taylor Springs, Illinois. After graduating from Elementary school in 1933, Grace worked many house cleaning jobs before marrying Clarence Lee Niemeyer in December of 1939. Clarence and Grace moved to a farm in the Ithaca area in winter of 1964. They would remain there until Clarence’s death in 1978, she would later move to Richland Center where she would spend the remainder of her years. Seven children were born to Grace and Clarence: Mildred Gray, Reedsburg, WI., Mervin Niemeyer, Viola, WI., Harold Niemeyer, Freemont, NE., Ruth Rader
Westfield, IN., Glen (Debra) Niemeyer Richland Center, WI., Jane Florian, Chicago, IL., and Steven (Chris) Niemeyer, Richland Center, WI. Grace was preceded in death by her parents, Hilka and Howard Walls, husband, Clarence Niemeyer, two brothers; Everett Walls and Melvin Walls, and one sister Alice Andrews. Grace lived a determined life. She believed in the importance of education. At the age of 65 Grace received her GED diploma and displayed it proudly on her living room wall. Grace was also an active member of the Symons Silver Sneaker group. She looked forward to each class and the friends she visited with each day. At the age of 93, Grace was a national finalist for the Swanson Silver Sneaker Award for her dedication to health and well-being while inspiring and motivating her friends around her. Grace tried her hand at many activities. She excelled at needle work and loved carpentry jobs. She built herself a kitchen island when they told her she couldn’t and loved to tell everyone that she did it. “Grandma Grace” known by many of her friends lived a life full of family, friends, and faith. She was loved by many including her grandkids, great grandkids, and great-great grandkids. Grace loved God and remained “faithful to the end”. A funeral service was held at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at the Park Street Christian Church in Richland Center. Rev. Randy Sanders officiated with burial in the Willow Valley Cemetery. Visitation was held Monday, January 2, at Stafford Funeral Home from 4:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M. and Tuesday morning at the church from 10:00 A.M. to the time of the services. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Symons Recreation Complex Foundation or Park Street Christian Church. Online
Condolences available at www.staffordfuneralhomes. com. The Stafford Funeral Home is assisting the family with the arrangements.
CAMILLA IRENE HERNAN
January 7, 2017 Camilla Irene Hernan, age 93, of Blue River, passed away on January 7, 2017, at Pine Valley Community Village. She was born on November 7, 1923, the daughter of Walter and Dola (Butler) Mecum. Camilla married Vilas F. Hernan on May 10, 1944. She helped raise three children, and run the family farm. Camilla and Vilas enjoyed going to supper in town every day for 67 years. Camilla is survived by her two children; John (Sharon) Hernan, Jerry Hernan, seven grandchildren and fourteen great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild, special friend Donna, many nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends. Camilla was preceded in death by her parents, husband; Vilas, daughter; Barbara Hernan, sister; Dorthey Manning, brothers; Hank Mecum, Don Mecum. Funeral services celebrating the life of Camilla Irene Hernan and Barbara (McCallum) Hernan was held on Monday, January 9, 2017 at 10:00 AM at the Pratt Community Hall, 140 North Park Street, Richland Center, WI. Burial followed in the Tavera Cemetery. Friends called at the Pratt Community Hall on Monday, January 9, 2017 from 9:00 AM until the time of service at 10:00 AM. The Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service of Richland Center assisted the family with their arrangements. Online condolences can be made at prattfuneralservice.com. To place obituaries in the Shopping News, consult your Funeral Director or the Shopping News.
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Counselors Pauquette Center www.pauquette.com Services provided to individuals, couples families and people of all ages. Family Counseling, Alcohol Treatment and Psychological Services. 23295 US Hwy. 14, Richland Center, WI ...........647-4705
Hospitals The Richland Hospital, Inc.
Your First Choice For Better Health! More info about us: www.richlandhospital.com 333 East Second Street, Richland Center, WI ......608-647-6321
Nursing Homes Bethel Home and Services
614 S. Rock, Viroqua, WI ..............................637-2171
Pine Valley Community Village
25951 Circle View Drive, Richland Center, WI ...647-2138
Funeral Services Clary Memorial Funeral Home
Richland Center, WI ............................... (608) 647-6390
Stafford Funeral Homes
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For more information about advertising your Caregivers services on this page, contact the Shopping News at 608-647-2911.
Resource Centers Aging and Disability Resource Center of Eagle Country
www.adrceagle.org ............................ or (877) 794-2372 Prairie du Chien Office ........................... (608) 326-0235 Mauston Office ...................................... (608) 847-9371 Richland Center Office ........................... (608) 647-4616 Baraboo Office ........ (608) 355-3289 or 800-482-3710
Hospice Agrace Hospice & Palliative Care
Richland Center, WI ...................................(800) 553-4289
Physical Therapy Pine Valley Community Village 25951 Circle View Drive, Richland Center, WI ...647-2138 Intensive Inpatient and Outpatient Therapy.
Support Groups Greater Richland Area Cancer Elimination, Inc. (G.R.A.C.E., Inc)
We fund cancer research, educate on cancer prevention, and assist cancer patients in need.Funding is available for cancer patients’ expenses. Richland Center, WI ..... 604-8255 or www.walkwithgrace.com
Medical Centers Muscoda Health Center
Full Service Family Medicine Monday – Friday. 1075 N. Wisconsin Ave., Muscoda, WI ...............739-3113
Richland Acupuncture 100 N. Church Street, Richland Center, WI ........647-8700
Richland Medical Center, LTD Full Service Family Medicine, Specialist, Urgent Care. 301 East Second Street, Richland Center, WI......647-6161
Spring Green Medical Center
Full Service Family Medicine, Monday – Friday. 150 East Jefferson Street, Spring Green, WI .......588-7413
Home Health & Hospice Home Health United Offers a continuum of care including nursing, palliative care and hospice services, medical equipment & more. Serving Richland County ........800-924-2273 or HomeHealthUnited.org
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SUNDAYS Boy Scout Troop 81 meets the first 3 Sundays of the month from TUESDAYS 4:30 - 6:30 PM at St. John’s Lu- Richland County Friends of Antheran Church, 479 S. Park St., imals will be open on Tuesdays Richland Center. from 10 AM - 2 PM and always by appointment. Please call 538Understanding Birth eClass (on- 5483 (LET-LIVE).
Rules: Must be present. Must bring at least 3 lbs. of Chili ready to go (Crockpot)
Freedom From Smoking Individual Sessions. Call Connie Dunn at 608-647-6161 or for more information see The Richland Hospital Website at www.richlandhospital. com or find us on Facebook.
Open Mic-Accoustic Music
2:00 PM Judging • $10 Entry Fee
$75 First Place • $25 Second Place
line) anytime. Call Birth Center at 608-647-6321 or for more information see The Richland Hospital Website at www.richlandhospital. com or find us on Facebook.
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SUNDAYS Divorce Hurts - Attend a weekly seminar and support group for people who are separated or divorced. Lead by people who understand what you are feeling. Every Sunday evening 7 PM at Park Street Christian Church, 148 S. Park, Richland Center. Call 647-3702 for more information.
Happy Hour 4-6
na Gochenaur at 608-647-6321 or for more information see The FIRST MONDAY Richland Hospital Website at OF THE MONTH www.richlandhospital.com or find BINGO at the Rockbridge Meal us on Facebook. Site. Please phone 647-9187 a day prior to reserve for lunch. THIRD MONDAY OF THE MONTH ADOPTIVE/FOSTER PARENT AUTISM Meetings - 7:00 PM SUPPORT GROUP at The White House. More info 1st Monday of every month. Bo- www.angelautismnetwork.org. scobel Hospital, Boscobel. 6:308 pm. Cookies & coffee. Contact TUESDAYS person: Tanya 1-888-485-7385. Overeaters Anonymous on Tuesdays, 7:00 PM at St. Joseph’s SECOND & FOURTH MONDAY Hospital Education Conference OF EVERY MONTH Room in Hillsboro. More info Free Blood Pressure Checks www.oa.org. 12:00 PM-4:00 PM. Call Dean-
MONDAYS Play Bingo for Prizes on Mondays from 9:30-11:30 at the Woodman Senior Center at the Richland Center Community Center/Senior Center at Krouskop Park, Orange
JANUARY 16 Wisconsin Association of Free & Charitable Clinics (WAFCC), A navigator from WAFCC will be at Los Amigos Restaurant 2 on Monday January 16th from 11:30 PM - 4:30 PM for health insurance assistance. What is a Navigator? Healthcare Navigators provide free in-person help to enroll in health insurance and education how to use your health
insurance. Can’t come to this Street. event? Call 608-331-0237.
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