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Abundant Life Christian Center 322 N. Level St., Dodgeville, WI; (608) 930-7757; Pastor Wayne Kennedy; wayne.moc@gmail.com; Facebook Abundant Life Christian Center or Localprayers.com Sun. Cafe' 9:30 a.m., Worship 10 a.m.; Bible study Tues., 3:30-4:30 p.m.

Beginning Point Church

148 3rd Ave, Benton, WI 53803; (608) 759-2001 Pastor Richard Gault, www.beginningpointchurch.com office.beginningpoint@gmail.com Children's Church 10:45 a.m., Sunday Morning Service 10:30 a.m., Wednesday Adult Bible Study/Youth Events 6:30 p.m. On Summer Break Until September.

Belmont United Methodist Church

101 E State St., Belmont, WI 53510 Pastor Clark Grosvenor Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m., Tues; Men's Prayer Breakfast, 6:00 a.m. Everyone is welcome.

Benton United Methodist Church

172 West Main St., Benton, WI; (608) 759-5551 Pastor Ed Santiago; pastoredsantiago@gmail.com Sun. Worship 10 a.m.; Sun. School during Worship; Wed. Youth Group 6 p.m. September-May.

Calvary Baptist Church

Cuba City United Methodist Church

First Presbyterian Church

401 S. Main St., Cuba City, WI; (608) 744-2538 Pastor Jessica Graham; cubacityumc.org Sun. Worship: Sept.-May 10 a.m., June-Aug. 9 a.m. Middle & High School Youth Groups Wed.; Sept.-May 6:30-8:00p.m.

133 W. Oak St. Lancaster, WI; (608)723-4441; Pastor Mark Hoehne Sunday Worship 9:00 and 10:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:00 a.m. NurseryThird Grade. Wed. Night Christian Ed. 6:30 p.m. Fourth Grade-High School.

Darlington & Fayette United Methodist Church

1302 Clay St., Darlington, WI; 608-776-4462; DarlingLutherans@gmail.com Pastor Kate Kieckhafer; PastorGraceDar@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gracelutheran.darlington Open for indoor worship service along with our online worship 10 a.m.

546 Park Pl., Darlington, WI; (608) 776-4114 Rev. Angie Utter darlingtonumc@gmail.com darlingtonumc.org On line worship 9:30 a.m. Sunday.

Davies Memorial UCC

Grace Lutheran Church

Hazel Green United Methodist Church

134 N. Main St., Potosi, WI; (608) 763-2165 Pastor Karsten Snitker Sunday 10:15 via zoom.

1920 Percival St., Hazel Green, WI; (608) 214-1309 Pastor Glenda McCracken; mccrackeng4@netscape.net Everyone is Welcome. Sun. Worship 9:30 a.m.; Children’s Sunday School during church service. Call if ride is needed.

Dodgeville United Methodist Church

Hope Lutheran Church

327 N. Iowa St., Dodgeville, WI, (608) 935-5451 Rev. Jim Droste; www.dodgevilleumc.org Sun. Worship 9 a.m.; Wed. Feeding Friends Community Meal 5 p.m.

Faith Fellowship Church

412 W. Spring St., Dodgeville, WI, (608) 935-2655 Pastor Alex Ruggieri; www.dodgevilleffc.com Sunday School 9 a.m.; Sunday Worship 10 a.m.; Wed. Prayer Meeting 7 p.m.

Faith Lutheran Church

Corner of Hwy. 80 N. & Golfview Dr. Platteville, WI; (608) 348-9970; www.cbcplatteville.com; Sun. 9:45 a.m.; Sun. School all ages, 10:45 a.m. including Children’s Church & Nursery; Wed. 6:30 p.m. King’s Kids Program; Wed. 7 p.m. Prayer & Bible Study.

120 S. Jefferson, Cuba City, WI; (608) 744-8420; www.faithlutherancc.org; Sun. Worship 9:30 a.m.; Contemporary Worship First Sat. of month 5 p.m.

Calvary Community Church

Faith Lutheran Church AFLC

555 Commerce Street, PO Box 27, Mineral Point WI 53565 Pastor Margo Martens; hopelutheranmp.webs.com Sunday morning worships

Lighthouse Church

1345 Business Park Rd, Mineral Point, WI (608) 425-8620 Website: LHChurch.net/ Facebook: LHChurchWI Pastor Derek Mason, Sunday worship @ 9:00 am Non-denominational

Livingston Free Methodist Church

400 Ridge St., Mineral Point, WI; (608) 987-4543 Rev. Cal Schaver; Sun. Worship 10 a.m.; Sun. School 9:15 a.m.

Castle Rock Lutheran Church

132 S. Tyler St., Lancaster, WI; (608) 349-6776; Sun. Worship 7:45 a.m.

415 Woodward Ave., Livingston, WI; (608) 943-6606 Pastor TyLacey Hines, pastortyhines@gmail.com; Sun. Worship 11 a.m., Adult Sun. School 10 a.m. Children's Sun. School Wed., 5:45-6:45 p.m. All welcome "Souled Out" Youth Group, Wed. 7 p.m.

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Lutheran Church of Peace

14677 Church Rd., Fennimore Sunday Worship, 8:30 a.m. All are welcome! Like us on Facebook.

Centenary United Methodist Church

226 W. Church St., Shullsburg, WI (608) 965-3455 Pastor, Stanton Bockwoldt; centenaryumcoffice@yahoo.com Sunday 9:30 blended worship service and Facebook live

Church of Christ

340 E. Mineral St., Platteville, WI; (608) 348-6062; plattevillechurch@yahoo.com Sun. Bible Study 10 a.m.; Sun. Worship 10:45 a.m.

Community Evangelical Free Church

1096 Lincoln Ave., Fennimore, WI 53809; (608) 553-7825 Pastor Renee Thomas; familyinfaith18@gmail.com Sun. Worship 9am, Faith Finders 10am http://familyinfaithchurch.org/

Fennimore/Stitzer United Methodist Church

1450 2nd St., Fennimore, WI; (608) 822-6797; Rev. Wm. “Bud” Budzinski; Pastor Yang www.fennimoreumc.org Sun. Worship: 8 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 6:30 p.m.; Christian Education 9:20-10:20 a.m Stitzer: 11542 Kluckhohn St.; Sunday Worship time 10:00 a.m. Adult Sunday School 9 a.m.

First Baptist Church

300 Pioneer Rd. East, Platteville, WI; (608) 348-7330 Pastor Larry Lloyd cefcplatteville.org; office@cefcplatteville.org Adult Sun. School 9:00 a.m.; Sun. Worship 10:00 a.m.

15691 Cty. Rd. K, Darlington, WI; (608) 776-3566; Pastor Nick McElrath; www.fbcdarlington.com; Sun. School all ages 9 a.m.; Fellowship 10 a.m.; Worship 10:30 a.m.

Community of Christ

First Congregational United Church of Christ

325 W. Walnut St., Lancaster, WI; (608) 723-4682; Sun. Worship 10:30 a.m.

Cowboy Country Church

1200 Betty Ln, Mineral Point, WI; (608) 987-2777 Pastor Stephen Troester; www.graceisagift.com Non-Denominational Worship: Sun. 10 a.m. & Tues. 7 p.m.; Sun. School 8:45 a.m., Adults & Children

80 Market St., Platteville, WI; (608) 348-6578 Pastor Zayna Thompson; uccplatt.org Sun. 10:45 a.m.

First English Lutheran Church

215 W. Pine St., Platteville, WI; (608) 348-3022; felcoffice@centurytel.net; Face-to-Face Service: Sun., 10 a.m., Wed., 6:30 p.m.

1065 Lancaster St., Platteville, WI; (608) 348-9508; Rev. Rafael Cubilette; www.plattevilleumc.org Traditional Service 8:30 a.m.; Sun. School all ages 9:45 a.m.; Contemporary Service 11 a.m.

Pleasant View Primitive Methodist Church 12987 Pleasant View Rd., Belmont, WI; Sun Worship Service 9:30 a.m.

Plymouth Congregational UCC 115 W. Merrimac St., Dodgeville, WI; (608) 935-5727 Rev. Joylynn Graham; plymouthuccdodgeville.org Like us on FB for Sunday Live Online Worship at 10:00 a.m.

Point Baptist Church

949 Fountain St., Mineral Point, WI; (608) 987-3727 www.PointBaptistChurch.com, Services: Adult & Children Sun. School 9:30 a.m., Worship Service 10:30 a.m., Wed. Bible Study & Prayer 7 p.m.

Rolling Hills Church

1585 West Main Street, Platteville, WI. 608-331-0079; rollinghillschurch.com; Pastor Matt Wunderlin; Sun. 10 a.m.

St. Dominic Mission Old Catholic Churches International

514 South Montgomery Street #3, Dodgeville, WI 53533 (608) 319-2093 stdominicmissionocci@gmail.com; saintdominic.myocci.org Sunday service at 1:00 p.m. Livestream on facebook: stdominicmissionoldcatholicchurchesinternational

425 W. Barber Ave., Livingston, WI; (608) 943-6244; St. Mary's Rev. Gregory Marsh; gamarsh61@gmail.com; Sun. 9:30 a.m.; 130 W. Cedar St., Platteville, WI; (608)496-1058; toll free 888-711-4960 Sun. School 9:45 a.m. (Adults & Children); Wed. Children & Youth 6:30 p.m. info@saintmaryplatteville.com; Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.Sat. Livingston United Methodist Church Latin 8 a.m. & English 4 p.m.; Sun. 9 a.m. & noon Hispanic.

9175 Old Potosi Road, Lancaster, WI 53813 (608)723-4383 Pastor Dave Arevalo ccclancaster@yahoo.com Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Services 10:30a.m. Bible Study Sundays at 6 pm. Follow us on Facebook

Faith Lutheran Church (WELS)

Platteville United Methodist Church

1345 N. Water St., Platteville, WI; (608) 348-3166 admin@lutheranchurchofpeace.org; Sat. Worship Service 6 p.m.; Sun. Service 9 a.m.

Mineral Point Congregational United Church of Christ 300 Maiden St., Mineral Point, WI; (608) 987-2025 mpucchrist@gmail.com Sun. Worship/Sun. School 10:15 a.m.

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church (WELS)

200 Broadway St., Platteville, WI; www.stpaulsplatteville.org; (608) 349-6776, Pastor Joel Kluender, Sat. Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.; Sun. Worship 9:15 a.m.; Sun. School Bible Class 10:30 a.m.

St. Peter Lutheran Church

1075 Adams St., Fennimore, WI; (608) 822-6513 Pastor Kristi Ursin; stpeterfennimore@tds.net Sat. Eve Worship 5 p.m.; Sunday School Virtual 8:30 - 9:15 a.m.; Worship Service 9:30 a.m.

Straight is the Way Fellowship

130 W. Dewey Street, Platteville WI 53818; 608-732-4377 Coordinator: Brian Chapman www.straightistheway.org Saturday / Sabbath Meeting 10am; Call for Location

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

630 Ridge Ave., Platteville WI; 801-367-9126, www.churchofjesuschrist.org

Montfort/Cobb United Methodist Church President Jeff Cowley, jeffcowley@gmail.com;

302 E. Main St., Montfort, WI; (608) 943-6606 Pastor TyLacey Hines; Sun. 9:30 a.m. Service in Montfort; 8 a.m. Service in Cobb; “Souled Out” Youth Group: Wed. at 7 p.m.

Sacrament Meeting every; Sun. 10 a.m.; Youth (ages 12-18) and Children's (ages 8-11) Activities, Wed. at 7:00 p.m.

New Life Church

250 Market St., Platteville, WI; (608) 642-1623; Reverend Brian Backstrand; Sun. Worship 10:30 a.m.; “All Inclusive, All Welcome.”

210 S. Iowa St., Dodgeville, WI; (608) 935-1470 Pastor Simon Chappell; pastorchappell@newlife-upc.org Sun. School 9:30 a.m.; Sun. Worship 10:30 a.m.

Platteville Free Methodist Church

350 E. Furnace St., Platteville, WI; (608) 348-4800; Pastor Jeff Suits; www.plattevillefreemethodist.org Wed. 6:30 p.m. Family Night for Children Youth & Adults; Sun. School 9:30 a.m.; Sun. Worship 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m.

Trinity Episcopal Church

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Dubuque

1699 Iowa St., Dubuque, IA; uudbq.org Sun. Service 10 a.m.; Honoring differences in beliefs.

Westview Methodist Church

770 W. Madison St., Platteville, WI; (608) 348-3310; Pastor Bob Korntved; www.westviewmethodist.com Worship Service: 10:30 a.m.; Wednesday Bible study & prayer 6:30 p.m.


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What’s Happening in Your Neck of the Woods? Upcoming Area Events...


is a Platteville based nonprofit organization dedicated to providing a platform for local artists, musicians, and entrepreneurs. One of Driftmore’s primary objectives is to give back to the community in meaningful ways. Since the organization’s inception in 2017, over 200 unique artists and musicians from the Driftless Region and beyond have been given a platform to share their passions within our community! Artists have traveled from as far as the UK to take part in the festival’s unique allure. Driftmore has made donations to the UW-Platteville Engineers Without Borders Program, the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Omicron Iota Chapter at UW-Platteville, and made countless contributions to community businesses by working in partnership with the UW-Platteville Music Production Club. Driftmore is constantly looking to find new ways to support our community and this year the organization was excited to offer the first ever Driftmore Arts & Innovation Scholarship to a graduating senior of Platteville High School. This year’s selected applicant, Anabelle Etukudo, received a $500 Cash Scholarship to put towards educational expenses at the school of her choice. Annabelle is a passionate student with a love for drama. You can support Driftmore and the arts throughout the driftless region by attending one of their many fundraising events including their 2 day music art and camping festival September 3rd and 4th in Platteville Wisconsin, or by donating directly. All donations can be submitted to @DriftMore via Venmo or through the mail to 2076 Airport Road, Platteville, WI 53818.

JUNE 18 & 19, 2021 7:00 p.m. SPLINTER PARK

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June 11 Jammin’ on the Porch at Gundy House Orchard Lawn, Mineral Point June 11 Driftmore Presents Stacked, 7:00 p.m.-2:00 a.m. at The Smokestack, Dubuque June 12 Mineral Point Market, 8:30-11:30 a.m. at the Water Tower June 13 Grant County Dairy Breakfast, Vosberg Colonial Acres, Cuba City, 6:30 a.m. June 16 Movie for Kids at The Mineral Point Opera House June 17 Museum Night in Mineral Point at 8 historic locations, 5:00-8:00 p.m. June 18 Platteville Regional Chamber Annual Golf Outing June 19 Mineral Point Market, 8:30-11:30 a.m. at the Water Tower June 21 Make Music Platteville at a variety of locations in Platteville, 8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. June 22 PRIDE Fest at Platteville City Park, 4:30-9:00 p.m. June 24 Business After Hours by A&A Aviation at Platteville Municipal Airport, 4:30-7:00 p.m. June 26 Mineral Point Market, 8:30-11:30 a.m. at the Water Tower July 1 Farmer Appreciation Lunch, Platteville Regional Camber July 4 Gettin’ The Lead Out Historic Run at Soldiers Memorial Park in Mineral Point, 8:00 a.m. July 4 July 4th Parade on High Street in Mineral Point, 11:00 a.m. July 4 Steak Lunch in the Park with live music by The Allen Bauman Band at Water Tower Park, 12 p.m., Mineral Point July 4 Kiwanis Pie & Ice Cream Social at Soldiers Memorial Park, Mineral Point, 6:00 p.m. July 4 City Bank Performance at Soldiers Memorial Park, Mineral Point, 7:00 p.m. July 4 Fireworks at Dusk Mineral Point, view from downtown 7:00 p.m. July 4 Patriotic Program at Platteville City Park, 10:00 a.m. July 4 Fourth of July Celebration at Legion Park with fireworks at dusk July 4 Heritage Day at the Platteville Mining & Rollo Jamison Museums, 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. July 30 50th Anniversary Celebration of Wisconsin’s First National Register Historic District in Mineral Point


June 12th & 13th • 10am until 5pm Tickets are $15 per person and spots in the tasting sessions must be reserved. – walk-ins allowed if sessions are not filled –

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Platteville - 350 E. Furnace Street. Friday, June 11, 8am-5pm. Are there Saturday, June 12, 8am-1pm. things in life Got that sale itch? The thatgarage you desire... Platteville Free Methodist Church is having its 3rd annual indoor garage sale and bake sale! Will be held in the Sonshine Center next to the church. Clothing, housewares, toys, books, potted ...like, plants, wool for crafts, handa larger house? made cards and crafts. job? Lots of a part-time treasures cleaned out from a dependable car?our houses Something for everyone.

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11, 12, 13, 2021 FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT 7:00 p.m. - Special Introduction • 7:30 p.m. - Performance SUNDAY FINALS 11:30 a.m. - Special Introduction • 12:00 Noon - Performance •••••••

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June Dairy Days & Rodeo Parade

You can follow this weekly section in our paper and through our Weekender/What’s Happening? Facebook group online!

Downtown Richland Center • Saturday, June 12 - 10:30 a.m. Sponsored by the City of Richland Center, Richland County Tourism & WHS Rodeo Committee


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Schmieder - 65th

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Wayne and Marlene (Peacock) Schmieder of Cuba City, WI, will celebrate their 65th Wedding Anniversary on June 9, 2021. They were married on June 9, 1956 at St. Rose of Lima Church in Cuba City, WI. They are the proud parents of two sons, Patrick of Cuba City, Wi and Michael (Cheryl) of Platteville, WI. Wayne and Marlene have 3 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.


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will be celebrating her 90th Birthday on June 15th. We are celebrating her day with a card shower.

is celebrating her 95th Birthday!

Cards can be Sent to her at:

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DODGEVILLE: MULTI-FAMILY, 601 Bennett Road, Friday, June 11 noon-6pm, Saturday, June 12 8am-3pm, Sunday, June 13 11am-3pm.Lots of kitchen ware, Tupperware, glassware canning jars. Clothes for girls 2T to adult. The Shopping News enjoys Antiques, small chest of drawers, providing you, the buyer, end tables and more. with a very large number


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June 2021 is Men’s Health Month RECOMMENDED MEN’S HEALTH SCREENINGS chronic condition.

Men need to be proactive in regard to monitoring their overall health. This includes seeing their doctors for regular wellness visits and keeping up with recommended screenings to catch and/or prevent illnesses. While men and women can experience the same conditions, health experts recommend specific tests and screenings for men in various age groups.

While many screenings are recommended starting at age 40 or 50, men should discuss family histories and risk factors to determine if testing should begin earlier. The following are important health screenings to consider.  Prostate-specific antigen test: A PSA is a blood test that measures how much prostatespecific antigen is in the blood. Measuring PSA has been a standard for prostate cancer screening for 30 years. General guidelines indicate PSA screening begin at age 55. However, having at least one first-degree relative with prostate cancer could necessitate earlier testing.

Johns Hopkins Medicine advises that men are at risk for certain conditions, including several types of cancer, such as prostate, colon and lung cancers. However, Harvard Medical School states men are less likely than women to get routine physical exams and screenings. An American Academy of Family Physicians survey found that 55 percent of men had not seen their doctors for a physical exam in the previous year, even though 40 percent had a least one

 Colorectal cancer screening: Colorectal cancer


screening generally occurs between ages 50 and 75. Tests include fecal occult blood tests, stool DNA tests, colonoscopy, and contrast barium enemas. Doctors will determine which tests are applicable and how often to conduct them.  Diabetes: Men who have a BMI over 25 are overweight and should consider a diabetes screening. In addition, blood pressure above 130/80 mm Hg or other diabetes risk factors could require a blood test to check for elevated glucose levels.  Abdominal aortic aneurysm: Guidelines recommend a one-time screening for men who have smoked between the ages of 65 and 75.  Hepatitis B and C: Men are at increased risk for infection if they have had unprotected sex with multiple partners, received blood transfusions or transplanted organs before June 1992, are healthcare workers who have been stuck by

“I’d like to share my experience at Rosemeyer Jones Chiropractic. I had years of neck pain, headaches, low back and shooting leg pain that really started to affect my life in a negative way. After having tried physical therapy, pain management and a different chiropractor, I decided to go see the doctors at Rosemeyer Jones Chiropractic. They properly diagnosed me, advised a short term treatment plan and checked my insurance to find that I had coverage and just a small copay. They allowed me to choose from a number of different adjustment techniques to treat my neck pain and headaches. I chose mechanical adjusting because I don’t particularly like the popping and cracking, although I know that they do that too. They also recommended the decompression table for my back pain and sciatica. The results were unbelievable. I can’t believe I suffered for that long before going. I would recommend Rosemeyer Jones Chiropractic to anyone who wants comfortable and affordable care. I can really tell they care about you and how you feel.”

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 Lung cancer screening: Men should undergo a lung cancer screening through low-dose computed tomography if they are over age 55, have a 30-pack-per-year smoking history and currently smoke or quit within the past 15 years.  Testicular cancer screening: Testicular cancer is one of the most common cancers among young men, says Johns Hopkins Medicine. Early screening can include self-checks. Routinely checking the testicles for any lumps or unusual features while showering can help detect testicular cancer. Doctors may order a painless ultrasound if something is discovered. Health screenings are an important component of men’s health care. Now is the time to have a discussion with the doctor about which screenings are necessary.

Find relief in proper foot care Many people lament having tired, achy feet. That’s especially so among women who routinely squeeze into uncomfortable shoes in the name of fashion.


Dr. Joseph Rosemeyer

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Feet carry the weight of the entire body while a person is upright. That can mean hours of enduring pressure from walking or standing. The Pedorthic Association of Canada says that, when a person stands, the same muscles in the feet fire repeatedly as the pressure on them remains constant. This differs from when one walks about and the pressure shifts to and from different areas of the foot so the same muscles aren’t working all the time. That is why feet may not ache as much after walking as they do after long periods of standing still. These factors may be exacerbated by wearing uncomfortable shoes or high heels. Heels position the foot to point the toes downwards, which can put stress on the balls of the feet and also on the toes. Stress fractures of the metatarsal bones can occur if the strain is great enough. Pain also may extend into the knees and lower back. These foot-pampering steps can help women take care of their feet.  Wear supportive shoes. Podiatrists state that foot and heel pain is a common byproduct of plantar fasciitis, which is a stabbing pain felt under the soft part of the foot and around the heel. Proper arch support can

relieve such pain. Supportive shoes or custom insoles can provide ample support to the arches.

 Stretch your feet. Regularly stretching the feet or practicing yoga can help alleviate tight muscles in the feet and around the ankles that can contribute to discomfort.  Skip the flip-flops. We know that flip-flops are the ultimate warm-weather footwear, but the lack of support such footwear offers can lead to pain. Furthermore, trying to keep the flip-flops on by “toe scrunching” can trigger tendinitis, offers the custom shoe insole company Wiivv. Opt for more supportive and secure sandals.  Soak and massage feet. Epsom salt soaks are great for dealing with muscle aches and reducing inflammation. After the soak, rub on an essential oil moisturizer and either massage your feet or ask a partner to do so. Don a pair of cotton socks to let the oils penetrate and moisturize the feet.  Don’t walk barefoot. Walking barefoot on hard surfaces, even indoors at home, can lead the foot to collapse. This can lead to a tremendous amount of stress on the foot and the rest of the body, advises Dr. Miguel Cunha, a podiatrist and the founder of Gotham Footcare in New York. Going barefoot also exposes the feet to bacteria and fungi that can infect the skin. Women who are concerned about the health of their feet and any feelings of discomfort in their feet should speak with a podiatrist. mcg.metrocreativeconnection.com

Did you know?

Health screenings are a vital component of preventative health care. Specific screenings for older adults can help them stay healthy. Healthline and WebMD recommend older adults schedule these routine tests. The frequency of the screenings may depend on individuals’ health histories, so each test should be discussed with a physician during adults’ annual checkups.  Breast exam and mammogram for women,  Blood pressure check starting at age 40  Blood test to check cholesterol and triglyceride  Pap smear and HPV tests at the recommended levels intervals advised by a doctor  Colorectal cancer exam starting at age 50  Osteoporosis test  Weight screening to check for gains or losses  Shingles and pneumococcal vaccines  Prostate cancer screening for men age 70 and  Eye exam older  Periodontal exam once per year  Hearing test

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Hospitals Memorial Hospital of Lafayette County

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Nursing Homes Lafayette Manor

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Hospice Grant County Health Department-Hospice

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Three things to know about men’s health Who doesn’t love superheroes like Captain America and Superman? They’re the paragon of toughness and grit, fearlessness and brawn. But as popular as these heroes are, their influence may have unwittingly created a problem in the healthcare field. There’s a culture- and media-driven expectation for men to be strong and, like superheroes, rarely show signs of weakness. This socially-ingrained mindset subconsciously trains men to believe that going to the doctor exhibits weakness. A survey conducted by The Cleveland Clinic confirmed this trend, finding that 40 percent of men go to the doctor only when they have a serious health issue, and never go for routine checkups. This number is far lower than women’s frequency of doctor visits. Needless to say, it’s a concerning figure. Men also tend to exhibit a fear of diagnosis. About 21% of men admit to avoiding the doctor because they’re too nervous to find out what might be wrong. It seems that the pressure to conceal weaknesses is so strong that it can even lead men into a state of denial, and again, this is a worrying statistic. To be clear: ignoring your medical problems will not make them go away. Prostate Cancer Affects One in Nine Men.

ultimate goal is to “change the face of men’s health.” (Get it?) Who knows, maybe we’ll see a member of the Luma Health team grow a mustache this Movember—stay tuned!

you about their emotions, and to be open with you. They may be resistant at first, but persistence is powerful, and you’ll be doing your part to improve men’s mental health.

Mental Health is One of the Most Stigmatized Issues Affecting Men.


Many men—perhaps more than we think—struggle with their mental health and the stigma that surrounds it. The American Psychological Association reports that 30.6% of men have suffered from depression in their lifetime. Again, men’s hesitation to seek care may be worsening this issue.

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Men are notorious for not talking about their feelings, and no, that’s not just another stereotype. It’s an actual trend psychologists have documented. In the eyes of many men, discussing emotions is just another form of vulnerability that can lead to discomfort. It can be scary for many men to begin sharing their feelings, but the payoff is worth it: men who express their feelings verbally are less likely to express them violently.

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According to the American Cancer Society, there are about 175,000 new cases of prostate cancer diagnosed each year, and prostate cancer is the most common cancer among American men. Given these statistics, it’s important to ensure that at-risk men are being screened for prostate cancer—especially considering men’s known reluctance to seek preventive care.

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Is Hiring for the Following Night Shift Positions... Machine Operators - Start at $15.00 per hour After training period, motivated team members earn $20.00 per hour or more through incentives. Entry Level - Start at $15.00 per hour or more through incentives All night shift positions receive a $2.00 per hour night bonus EXPERIENCE MODERN, STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES Excellent Profit Sharing Plan Medical and Life Insurance Paid Holidays and Vacations Qualified Applicants will have the 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 call 608-739-3171

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Ivey Construction of Mineral Point, currently is looking for a ready mix truck driver(s). This seasonal position would require you to perform basic operations of a ready mix truck. Qualified candidates must possess a valid CDL and pass a drug screen. Good communication skills with the ability to take directions and knowledge of surrounding area a plus. Clean driving record and experience are highly preferred. Ivey Construction is a family owned and operated construction company that provides competitive pay and benefits package. If interested and qualified for position, please email us at mail@iveyconstruction.net or apply in person at our office: Ivey Construction Inc, 1020 Bollerud S, Mineral Point, WI, 53565 AA/EOE

This spot could have been yours Call today!


Walnut Hollow is now part of the Universal Forest Products family of companies. UFP companies are leading manufacturers and suppliers of wood and non-wood products for construction, retail and industrial markets. We are thriving and growing, and need good people who aren’t afraid of hard work to join our team at Walnut Hollow. We are currently hiring general laborers on all shifts. We offer: • New Higher Starting Wages • 401(K) with 25% company match • Advancement Opportunities • Paid Vacations and holiday • Medical/Dental/life insurance • Employee Stock Purchase Plan

Come start your career with us. Apply online: UFPI.com/Dodgeville Apply in person today: Walnut Hollow 1409 State Rd. 23 Dodgeville, WI 53533




Sign on bonus available

Mineral Point Health Services, a 5 Star Facility, is in search of CNA’s. to become part of our facility’s compassionate care-giving team.


• FT/PT day/pm CNA • FT Dietary Cook • PT Medication Aide • PT Hospitality Aide • FT Life Enrichment Specialist

Apply today at: https://mineralpoinths.hcshiring.com Mineral Point Health Services

109 N. Iowa Street Mineral Point | (608) 987-2381 Ext. 2020

• APNP - full-time family practice outpatient

• Imaging Technician - premium pay

• CRNA - full-time position, above market

• Foundation & Project Manager/ Outreach Director - full-time exempt


compensation rates • RN Circulator - .8 to a .9 FTE position in our Operating Room Department • OR Technician - .8 FTE position • Certified Nursing Assistants - part-time positions available in our Nursing & Rehab Center on day, evening and night shifts, $1,500 employment bonus, improved wage range just implemented! Full benefits for part-time work!

• Social Worker (BSW) or RN Nurse Case Manager - Patient & Family Services - .7 to .9 FTE position.


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• Revenue Integrity Analyst - 1.0 FTE

• Camp Counselors

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day shift position, seeking experienced EPIC users! Insurance Billing Specialist - full-time clinic billing position Patient Access Specialist - .6 FTE p.m. shift position Manager of DME Services - fulltime exempt management position in our Platteville location Environmental Services - part-time p.m. shift position

800 Compassion Way in Dodgeville, WI Part-time work, Full-time benefits See ALL positions and apply at uplandhillshealth.org/join-our-team/ Become part of a team that cares for our community. adno=226802

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EMPLOYMENT $5,000 SIGN-ON BONUS! Grow your maintenance career with one of these great opportunities at our yogurt plants.

Direct Hire Production Positions Available



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CARDINAL GLASS CG-SPRING GREEN The world leader in the development of coated glass for residential windows and doors!

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If you’re flexible to work overtime and weekends, we’d love to see your application. Scan the QR code or go to www.schreiberfoods.com and click Find a job. Search Richland Center.

1024 E Madison Street • Spring Green, WI • 608.588.7009 or online at www.cardinalcorp.com/careers

Maintenance Mechanic Earn up to $27/hour



Summer Jobs Available

Boiler/Refrigeration Technician Earn up to $31.65/hour 12-hour nights (6 p.m. – 6a.m.)







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Schreiber Foods is an equal opportunity employer.

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» CREW LEADER $18.50-$23.00



*All positions are subject to a pre-employment drug test and background check. Equal Opportunity Employer


For more detailed information on positions available, please visit our career page at www.nu-pak.com or call 608-284-8994.

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At Sienna Crest Assisted Living, Inc. we care for our residents like family, and we have immediate openings for compassionate people like you who enjoy the company of our senior citizens.

At Sienna Crest Assisted Living, Inc. we care for our residents like family, Make a difference in someone’s life, and we have join immediate our team! openings for compassionate people like you who Positions available in Dodgeville, Mineral Point, Platteville enjoy the company of our senior citizens. www.siennacrest.com

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Argall Dairy Systems, Inc. has a service tech/route support position open at their Platteville location. We are a leading full-service milking systems provider in southern Wisconsin. Argall Dairy Systems is a BouMatic and Lely robotics milking equipment dealer.

Responsibilities and Duties

• Perform service on milking equipment • Assist in delivery of sanitation supplies to dairy farm customers • Help with day to day business at store • Be punctual and maintain good customer relations • Expected to join on-call emergency service (nights/weekends) rotation upon proper training

Qualifications and Skills

• Clean driving record • Some experience in dairy, electrical, refrigeration, plumbing, or welding preferred • Able to lift 50 pounds

Full time benefits include: • Competitive pay • Medical insurance • Retirement plan • Paid vacations and holidays • Job Type: Full-time

We’re hiring Production and Forklift Operators at our Richland Center yogurt plants.

Earn up to $19.80/hour. WHY SCHREIBER?

• • • •

Great benefits starting on day 1 Vacation matching Clean, safe work environment Dollar-for-dollar 401(k) match on the first 8% • Opportunity to earn extra money through our performance plan If you’re flexible to work overtime and weekends, we’d love to see your application. Text DAIRY to 22100 or apply on www.schreiberfoods.com.

Pay: $14.00 - $25.00 per hour

To Apply: Call Dan at 608-513-6185 or email resume to: bleifussdan5@gmail.com adno=227974

Schreiber Foods is an equal opportunity employer. adno=227239



CNC MACHINE OPERATORS Day Shift (5:00 am – 3:30 pm) & Night Shift (4:00 pm – 2:30 am) JOB DESCRIPTION Responsible for performing all aspects of production machining required to produce quality products at an acceptable level. PRIMARY FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Responsible for performing all the following job requirements of a machine operator which encompasses: SPC charting as required, gage usage, proper tagging of discrepant material along with basic work practices. • Proper care and maintenance of the tools and gaging provided. • All material must meet or exceed the quality requirements as specified on your work instructions. • Machine cleanliness, inside and out. Please leave the area as you would have wanted it left for you. • Responsible for adhering to company safety and health policies. • Support Compliance with Skyway Precision, Inc.’s Quality policies and procedures. • Follow general safety rules, procedures and regulations. • Maintain cleanliness & good housekeeping of assigned work areas and machines. Starting Pay $15.00 Per Hour with NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY Experienced Machine Operators Starting at Up to $18.25 Per Hour 10% Shift Premium for NIGHT SHIFT *Advancement Opportunities Available* Monthly Individual Performance Bonuses Annual Company Performance Bonuses

Quarterly & Annual Attendance Bonuses Holiday Bonuses Excellent Healthcare Benefits 401k Plan w/ Generous Company Match

$500.00 Signing Bonus (FOR DAY SHIFT) Paid After 90 Days of Employment $1000.00 Signing Bonus (FOR NIGHT SHIFT) Paid After 90 Days of Employment $500.00 Employee Referral Bonus (FOR DAY SHIFT) Paid After 90 Days of Employment $1000.00 Employee Referral Bonus (FOR NIGHT SHIFT) Paid After 90 Days of Employment


Maintains systems and equipment by completing preventive maintenance schedules; restoring, repairing, rebuilding, or replacing faulty or inoperative components and parts; supervising staff.


* Accomplishes maintenance human resource objectives by selecting, orienting, training, assigning, scheduling, coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, appraising job contributions; recommending compensation actions; adhering to policies and procedures. * Meets maintenance operational standards by contributing maintenance information to strategic plans and reviews; implementing production, productivity, quality, and customer-service standards; resolving problems. * Meets maintenance financial standards by providing annual budget information; monitoring expenditures; identifying variances; implementing corrective actions. * Evaluates functionality and reliability of facility systems and associated equipment by conferring with operating departments; identifying problems and requirements. * Maintains function and reliability of facility systems and associated equipment by implementing a preventive maintenance program; operating and testing systems and equipment; restoring, repairing, rebuilding, or replacing faulty or inoperative components and parts. * Improves function and reliability of facility systems and associated equipment by studying performance results; identifying, recommending, and implementing changes, expansions, and additions. * Maintains safe and healthy work environment by following standards and procedures; complying with legal codes and regulations. * Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading technical publications. * Accomplishes maintenance and organization mission by completing related results as needed.


Supervision, Staffing, Customer Service, Strategic Planning, Developing Budgets, Electronics Troubleshooting, Technical Leadership, Technical Understanding, Equipment Maintenance, Teamwork, Job Knowledge Must have solid background in troubleshooting, diagnosis, and repairs to electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and mechanical systems. COMPETITIVE WAGES Monthly Individual Performance Bonuses • Annual Company Performance Bonuses Quarterly & Annual Attendance Bonuses • Holiday Bonuses Excellent Healthcare Benefits • 401k Plan w/ Generous Company Match $500.00 Signing Bonus Paid After 90 Days of Employment $500.00 Employee Referral Bonuses Paid After 90 Days of Employment

Please forward salary requirements with resume to: Kelly Sharpe, Human Resources Manager ksharpe@skywayprecision.com



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Potosi School District Coach Needed Varsity Girls Assistant Volleyball Coach

Free Choice Enterprises, Ltd adno=228411

10055 County Rd K, Lancaster, Wi

(608) 723-7977

Must have excellent communication and organizational skills, ability to motivate and lead others, and willingness to work with others towards common goals. Please send letter of interest and resume to: Mark Siegert, Athletic Director Potosi High School 128 Hwy 61 North Potosi, WI 53820 siegertm@potosisd.k12.wi.us

Equal Opportunity Employer • Offer of employment is contingent upon successful completion of criminal background check and drug screen.

CDL Driver First Capitol Salvage is looking for a highly motivated individual to join our organization. Qualified applicants must have a valid Class A CDL. Experience with flatbeds, end dumbs, walking floor trailers and dry van hauling preferred, however, we are willing to train the right individual. Home nights. Competitive pay base on experience. Benefits include: Health Insurance, Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation, simple retirement plan and uniform service. Applicants may stop by the office to fill out an application or submit your resume to:


(608) 723-7977

Swing Route Delivery Driver

Help deliver to local stores with a 70 mile radius. Our drivers work M-F w/holidays off. Be home every night! Don’t have a CDL but always wanted to obtain one? We will help any qualified candidate obtain their CDL with on the job training! The Route Delivery Driver position requires a reliable and responsible individual. Applicant must be a hard worker able to lift up to 60 lbs. while administering continuous lifting throughout the work day. Job responsibilities include daily delivery and merchandising of all Pepsi products to various types of customer accounts including grocery stores, convenience stores, restaurants, bars, etc. Full-time position (1st shift), No weekends, Competitive pay offered. Up to 2 weeks of PTO in your first year and paid holidays. Health, dental, vision insurance, life insurance and 401(k) with company match offered.

Vending Route Driver

We are looking for an independent individual to manage a vending route. CDL is not required for this position. Duties include maintaining machine inventory at appropriate levels and scheduling the route to maximize sales and minimize loss, keeping machines merchandised and clean to attract sales, servicing non-working equipment within route, and communicating with customers to keep up with changing needs. Full-time position (1st Shift), No weekends, Competitive pay offered. Up to 2 weeks of PTO in your first year and paid holidays. Health, dental, vision insurance, life insurance and 401(k) with company match offered.


Scot Industries is a 70 year old family owned manufacturing company looking for Regional Truck Drivers to deliver our products.

Custodian, Limited Term

• Part-Time - performs custodial duties throughout the College facilities including COVID protocol cleaning, cleaning restrooms, mowing, and maintain security. • Picks up, sorts, recycles, and disposes trash, and other sharp and hazardous materials to maintain a clean and safe environment. • High School Diploma or equivalent (G.E.D) required

Southwest Wisconsin Technical College 1800 Bronson Blvd., Fennimore, WI 53809 Southwest Tech is committed to legal affirmative action, equal opportunity access, and diversity of its campus community. www.swtc.edu/equality

Office Manager

For more information visit: https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/ job/509227/lancaster-ars-office-manager or call (608)-723-2580. UW-Madison is an AA/EEO employer, including protected veterans and qualified individuals with a disability.

HELP WANTED Faherty Incorporated offers a unique opportunity to be part of a company that has been family owned since 1892. Our employees are an important part of our service team.

Full-Time Route Driver

Starting Wage: Competitive wage. No CDL - we are willing to train! Benefits: Health Insurance, Disability Coverage, Uniform Allowance, Weekly Paycheck, Work/Life Balance, Paid Vacation, 401K Requirements: Ability to repeatedly lift up to 50 lbs., At least 18 years of age with a valid Class D license or greater.

Apply in person at: 1120 Broadway St., Platteville, WI or Call 1-800-848-4591




Benefits… NEW TRUCKS Excellent Profit Sharing Plan Medical Insurance Life Insurance Paid Holidays Paid Vacation HOME EVERY WEEKEND Qualified Applicants will have following skills… CDL Class A 2 Years of experience, but we will consider applicants with less

QUESTIONS? Email humanresources@swtc.edu Call 608.822.2314

The UW Lancaster Ag Research Station is hiring an

Earn $60,000.00 or more annually

TO APPLY: Go to www.swtc.edu/jobsatswtc for more information and to submit an application. APPLICATION DEADLINE: June 15, 2021.

Over the road Class A or B CDL required guaranteed $250 a day Delivered straight to rural customers Based in Lancaster, WI

Please call 608-739-3171 To schedule a time to fill out an application http://www.scotindustries.com



Take a closer look...

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Our Fuel Delivery Service is rapidly expanding and we are looking for

DELIVERY DRIVERS for multiple local routes in southwest Wisconsin. Our new openings are due to recent retirements and sales growth. Drivers deliver LP, Refined Fuels and provide equipment service.

CDL is required and Hazmat Certification preferred. FULL BENEFITS PACKAGE AVAILABLE Application available at Lancaster & Fennimore locations OR Apply Online www.newhorizonsco-op.com

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First Capitol Salvage

Free Choice Enterprises Drivers Needed: 4 to 6 Day Trips


To learn more about Southwest Health’s job opportunities and to apply, please visit www.southwesthealth.org


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Woodward Printing Services Woodward Communications, Inc. Platteville, Wisconsin

Direct Hire Production Positions Available


Commercial Printing Careers


Full-Time, First & Second Shifts

The world leader in the development of coated glass for residential windows and doors!

If you are seeking a good job, stability, great benefits and the potential to advance, don’t wait. We welcome applicants with a solid work ethic, a desire to learn and grow in a skilled trade, and looking for career advancement.

Highly Automated

✓ Monthly Profit Sharing

You will work alongside a team of experienced professionals that produce quality, printed products for our commercial customers as well as Woodward’s own newspapers and shoppers. From day one, you’ll be provided with a mentor and a training plan based on your unique knowledge, skills and abilities. Hands-on maintenance experience, mechanical ability and math/comprehension skills will be the solid foundation you’ll need to begin your new career. Employee-owned Woodward Printing Services, is a state-of-the-art printing facility located in the Tri-state area of Wisconsin/Iowa/Illinois. Starting wages range from $15 to $23/hour based on experience and offered position. We offer a very competitive benefit package as well as a sign-on and retention bonus. Not from the Tri-state area? Let’s talk about relocation assistance!

Ultra Clean

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✓ Annual Raises

APPLY TODAY IN PERSON AT: 1024 E Madison Street • Spring Green, WI • 608.588.7009 or online at www.cardinalcorp.com/careers

Part Time Jobs Available – Up to 29 Hours per Week

Please apply online by June 30, 2021.

To learn more about this opportunity, submit your application and resume today at www.wcinet.com/careers Woodward Communications, Inc., is an Equal Opportunity Employer.




#LACTALISEXPERIENCE Come join the world’s leading dairy company and maker of award-winning specialty cheeses!

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Now Hiring • Production & Packaging

1st Shift $18.00/hr - 2nd Shift $20.00/hr* - 3rd Shift $20.50/hr* *pay includes shift premium and is dependent upon skills and experience

Lactalis Offers Excellent Benefits • • • • • • •

Paid Holidays upon hire and Paid Time Off (PTO) after 90 days Up to 7% employer contribution to 401(k) BCBS PPO medical plans with up to 85% employer covered premiums Health Savings Account (HSA) with employer contributions Dental, Vision, Supplemental Life and Long-Term Disability Company paid Short-Term Disability and Life Insurance Wellness Programs to earn additional rewards

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For a complete list of job opportunities, visit our website: LactalisAmericanGroup.com Click on the “Careers” tab. We offer competitive wages and excellent benefits in a clean and stable work environment. Post-offer drug screens and background checks are conducted. Lactalis American Group is an Equal Employment/Affirmative Action Employer. Must be at least 18 years old. Veterans encouraged to apply!

218 South Park Street, Belmont, WI 53510


For more than 65 years, our committed team has been safely manufacturing dairy products of the highest quality. And we do it with passion and by caring for one another. Check out some of our open opportunities at our Belmont and Lancaster locations below or scan the QR code at left to visit the Saputo Careers website.

Open Positions

Starting Pay (Production/Packaging): $15.82-$16.95

Packaging Crew Members

Shift Differential: $2.00/hour 4:00 PM – 4:00 AM

Production Crew Members

$1500 Retention Bonus: to be paid in 1st year

Production Supervisors Shipping & Receiving Crew Member - Belmont only

Vacation Pay: 1st of the month following hire date

Pasteurizer Operator- Belmont only

6 weeks Paid Parental Leave

Skilled Maintenance Technician- Lancaster only

Apply Online: Saputo.com/careers Or call Lancaster (608-723-3006), Belmont (608-762-5878) for more information

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NAME: Eileen Fingerson & JoAnn O'Flahrity DATE: Saturday, June 12, 2021 TIME: 9:30 A.M. LOCATION: 405 Mound View Street, Cobb, WI. LUNCH & RESTROOM ON GROUNDS NOTE: Sale held in accordance with WI Essential Business Ruling "Bidders Only". Social; distancing required, attend this sale at own risk. Masks Preferred. EILEEN FINGERSON ITEMS: G.E. 18 c.f. Refrigerator; Whirlpool front load washer; Whirlpool front load elec dryer; Maytag portable dishwasher; Hamilton Beach microwave; Magnavox console stereo; Turn table; Samsung 40" flat screen TV; TV stand; Panasonic VCR; CD player; Humidifier; Dehumidifier; Kenmore vac; Small kitchen appliances; Hawaiian Tremoloa instrument w/case; LP albums; 45 RPM records; "Orga Sonic" organ w/bench; Oak 3 glass door step back china hutch; Oak glass door lighted china hutch; 48" round Oak table w/7 leaves; Drop leaf table w/6 chairs; Kitchen table & 4 chairs; Floral upholstered sofa; Brown upholstered sofa & chair; 2- Rose colored upholstered chairs; 2- Oak upholstered rockers; Lamps; Mag rack; Glass top end table; Oak chairs; Big Pine rocking chair; End tables; Oak press back rocker; Oak fern stand; Bow back chairs; Singer console style sewing machine w/chair; Pine 8 place gun cabinet; Victorian Walnut bed; Victorian Walnut 4 drawer dresser w/; mirror; 2twin beds; Vanity w/mirror; Blonde 6 drawer dresser w/mirror; Night stand; Card table & chairs; Cedar chest; Quilt rack; Fireplace tools; Star Burst quilt; Blankets; Linens; Rag rugs; Floral pictures; Religious pictures; Farm picture by Michele; Costume jewelry; Jewelry boxes; Barbie dolls; Green wicker style upholstered chair; Buchener floral mantel clock;; New Haven mantel clock; R.W. Beater jar; Bean pots; U.S. Sheet stamps; Elvis Presley stamps; Frank Sinatra stamps; Olympic stamps; Civil War stamps; Floral stamps & more; Montfort church plate; "Gates Rubber" Award- 1972 coin; Lions Club vest w/awards; Books; Encyclopedia's; Sunbeam 30 cup coffee maker; Cookie jar; Tea pot; Glass bowls & dishes; Wine glasses; Ruby Red glassware; Pickle dishes; 12 pc set of Noritake dishes; Hobnail milk glassware; Fluted dishes; Glass bells; Nick Nacks; Tupperware; Silver trays; Corn dryers; Christmas decorations; Coolers; Fruit jars; Canner; Gas grill w/20 lb LP tank; Tread mill; Girl's bike; Boy's bike; Patio sofa w/4 roll away chairs; Wicker patio sofa w/cushion seat; Wrought iron patio table & 2 chairs; Misc live plants; Garden hose; Simplicity riding lawn mower w/36" mower deck; Toro 21" power mower; Stihl FS455 weed eater; Leaf blower; Garden tools; 10' alum ext ladder; Ext cords; 4- steel wheels; Diamond plate truck tool box; Ford Mdl A rear end; Ford spoke style wheels & more JO ANN O'FLAHRITY ITEMS: Hot Point refrigerator; 2- 21 c.f. Chest freezers; Astra microwave; Emerson microwave; Hoover upright vac; Shark upright vac; 9" & 12" Black & White TV's; Radio's; VHS tapes; Oak roll top desk; Lamps; Dinner table w/6 chairs; Kitchen table & chairs; Multi Color upholstered sofa & love seat; End table; Futon; Brown rocker-recliner; Oak 5 drawer dresser; Oak twin beds; White dresser w/mirror; White 4 drawer dresser; Baby crib; Suitcases; Weslo treadmill; Redlin picture "Harvest Moon" 1993; 2- gal R.W. Crock;; Razor strap; Granite canner; Coolers; Jewelry; Jewelry boxes; Dishes; Pots & pans; Kitchenware' 4- Ira Paul Johnson pictures; Pictures; Books; Games; Stuffed animals; Toys; 10- Dodgeville Dairy bottles; Plantation & Confederate bills; Lawn Boy s.p. 21" power mower; 21" s.p. Lawn mower; Lawn tools; Garden tools; Tool box; Plastic tubs; Pails; Planters & more Web Site: www.auctionspecialistsmp.com AUCTIONEER: Larry F. Springer, Linden, WI PH 608-623-2245, Reg WI Auctioneer #650 CLERK: Larry R. Noble, Mineral Point, WI PH 608-574-2905 Reg WI License #406 TERMS: All purchases must be settled for day of sale. Payment by cash or good personal check.; Number system to be used, photo ID required to obtain number to bid/buy.; Any announcements made day of sale take precedence over all advertised material.

PUT A PLUS IN YOUR AUCTION Email: info@auctionspecialistsmp.com www.auctionspecialistsmp.com Mineral Point, WI (608) 574-2905



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LOCATION: Off of Hwy. 23 north of Darlington, WI or south of Mineral Point, WI, go west on County G to farm on left side; 90-HEAD OF HIGH GRADE HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE • 62-Dairy Cows w/20-recently fresh with 6-just fresh two weeks ago, 12 -dry cows, balance bred back AI • 14-Bred Heifers, due July thru November (4-R&W’s) • 7-Open Heifers, ready to breed • 7-Heifers, app. 8-10 mos. Old (3-R&W’s) HERD NOTES: The Wedig’s have been dairy farming for the past forty years.  Always AI bred with Select Sires, and Accelerated Genetics using bulls such as  Phantom, Alabama, Dragon Heart, Savage, Archive, Red Magic Plus & Ross Red. Cows are carrying the red factor and have been bred for milk and longevity. Herd is on monthly health check and all cattle have been calfhood vaccinated. The Wedigs have a very good vaccination program with cows vaccinated with 9-way semi-annually.  At dry off they get quartermaster and Orbisol. Herd usually ships between 70-75 lbs. Average with  3.76 Fat. 17 cows are milking from 90-124 lbs. 32-cows are in their lst & 2nd lactation. The SCC runs between 200-250,000.  Individual SCC will be posted sale day.  Cows are being milked in stanchions & tie stalls. They are turned out daily for exercise & grazing in the hills of Mineral Point. They are being fed dry hay, corn silage & are given protein for a supplement. Cattle are large framed, easy handling with quality udders. Sires & who they are bred to will be posted.  Mark your calendar.  Call if you need trucking. TERMS: Cash or good check. Not responsible for accidents or losses.  AUCTIONEERS: Tom Bidlingmaier, Browntown, WI 608-328-4878 & Cory Bidlingmaier, Monroe, WI 608-558-4924. WRAL #740 & 1283.


DATE: Tuesday, June 15th TIME: 11:00 am



18481 Co. G, Mineral Point, WI For more cattle information phone 608-482-4958



Tuesday June 1, 5:00pm: 276 W, Estey St. Shullsburg, WI 53586. Antiques, Collectibles, Household, Lawn garden, tools, misc. Teasdale-Gill Auction Service llc. 608-965-3558, 608-965-3632. Wednesday June 2, 6pm: Online auction- Wall telephone, toy tractors, glass ware household items, tools, saws, Trailer, and much more. www.timslackauctionrealty.com Friday June 4th, 10am: equipment auction, Steefes Group, Auction Includes Large Machinery and Farm Equipment. 319-3852000. find more info in large ad. Friday June 4th: Exclusive Farm equipment auction, LARGE EVENT! Steefes Auction, call 319-385-2000. Tractors, Combines, Heads, Trucks, Semis, Livestock Equipment and much more. Saturday June 5th 9:00am: Estate Auction- 37240 Sandburr Ln. Prarie Du Chien Wi 53821, NOTE: Collector Cars/Trucks-Shop tools-Anything you need for the modern garage and more. www. adams-sales.com Saturday June 5th 9:00am: 28026 US HWY 14, Richland Center WI 53581. Phone: 608-647-5725. Shotguns, rifles, gun safe, tools, outdoor gear, buildings, horse equipment, misc.. Saturday June 5th Real estate auction 10am: 222 Highland St Belmont Wi 53510. Teasdale Realty & Auction. 608- 482-0438. Wednesday June 9th - 17th at 4pm: Auction Includes: SCRAP IRON- and antiques. www.adams-sales.com Wednesday June 9th, 1pm: 104 S Egbert Monona IA 52159. Cattle facility 8 acres, 137 acres, 1,200 hogs: Steefes Group: 641423-1947. Saturday June 12, 9:30am: Household, Antique, colletibles, Plenty of home products and items including machinery and furniture as well as other misc. items. Auction Specialist Mineral Point; Lary Springer 608-623-2245, Larry Noble ,608-574-2905. Tuesday June 15th 11:00am: 18481 Co. G , Mineral Point , WI , 90-HEAD OF HIGH GRADE HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE • 62-Dairy Cows w/20-recently fresh with 6-just fresh two weeks ago, 12 -dry cows, balance bred back AI • 14-Bred Heifers, due July thru November (4-R&W's) • 7-Open Heifers, ready to breed • 7-Heifers, app. 8-10 mos. Old (3-R&W's) B & M Auctions608-558-4924. Tuesday June 15th, 9:30am: 13818 County Rd G Montfort WIBickford Farms- High quality Farm equipment auction. Tractors, Skid loaders, Combines, Heads, Carts, Forage Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Wilkinson Auction - 608-739-4404. Wednesday, June 16, 9am: Auction, Jeff's Tractors LLC - 12011 US HWY 151 Fenimore WI 53809. Thursday June 17th, 8;30am: online bidding hosted by equipmentfacts.com onsite bidding at 1414 State Rd 23 Dodgeville WI, 608-935-3326. Machinery Auction. Sat June 26th 9:00am: Consignment Auction Adams Auction and real estate 608-326-1513. 32900 St. Hwy 27 Prairie Du Chien Wi. Consignments wanted. Every Saturday, 12:00 noon: Hay & Bedding Sale, Reynolds Feed & Supply, 111 Eastman St., Cobb, WI; Reynolds Auction Service. Every Wednesday, 12:00 noon: Hay, Bedding & Firewood Online & Live Auction; Tim Slack Auction & Realty, LLC, 10126 Circle Rd., Lancaster, WI. Every Wednesday, 12:00 noon: Hay & Bedding, Fennimore Livestock Exchange, 14034 Hwy. 61 N., Fennimore, WI through June July and August. Every Saturday and Tuesday from April 23 through October. Platteville produce auction. All locally grown and sourced, flowers, produce, etc.. call 608-778-3463. Always Ongoing, Items at 2600 Hwy. 78 South, Mt. Horeb, WI; Motorcycles, Hay, Feed, Guns, Cars, Trucks, Equipment, Tools, Boats, Snowmobiles, Outboard Motors, Dozer, Dump & Flatbed Trucks, Skid Steer, 4x4 Tractors, Machinery, Coins, Computers & More; Online Bidding, www.wisconsinsurplus.com; WI Surplus Online Auction.

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DATE: SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 2021 TIME: 9:30 A.M. (Doors Will Open By 8:00 A.M. For Inspection of Coins) LOCATION: Boscobel Bowl & Banquet, 16971 Hwy 61 S, Boscobel, WI. Watch for Auction Arrows. The Following Is Only A Partial Listing! Indian and Lincoln Cent; "V" and Buffalo Nickels; High Grade Silver Dimes, Quarters, Half Dollars, Morgan, Peace and Silver Eagle Dollars; Currency and Gold Coins. So plan to attend. For Catalog Call 608-375-5458. TERMS: Cash or good check w/proper ID. Number system will be used. Sales tax will apply. All announcements made sale day will take precedence over printed material. adno=228475


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


12011 HWY 61, Fennimore WI 53809 Shop (608) 822-6491 | Jeff (608) 988-6182 | Don (608) 988-6189

Wednesday, June 16, 2021 | 9:00 AM

LOCATION: 3 miles South of Fennimore WI. or 7 miles North of Lancaster, WI. on US Hwy 61. LUNCH: on grounds NOTE: This will be both a live on site and online auction. Online bidding will be offered on most items through Equipment Facts. Visit website to register! Sale bill was made 3 weeks prior to sale day. We are expecting many more items before sale day. If coming from a long distance for a particular item, PLEASE CALL FIRST! Low commission rates! Expecting lots of machinery! To view complete sale bill and photos see our webpage at jeffstractorsllc.com or jeffstractorsandmachinery.com. TRACTORS: 2001 NH TS 100, MFD, CAH, 1550 hours, w/NH 7511 LDR (1 owner, like new); C-IH 7220 Magnum, MFD, 5200 hours, Duals, Weights (Nice); C-IH 5220 w/ Westendorf, TA 26 LDR, 7132 hours (nice); IH 986, 2452 hours, CAH (nice); JD 2955, CAH, 2 Wheel; JD 4240, HFD, CAH, PS, 9060 hours; Farmall 504, WF, 3pt: MF 265, Cab, Low hours (nice trac-tor); Ford 7710 Series II, Showing 3300 hours, CAH; Ford 6610 MFD w/Farmhand Loader; Ford TW-10, 7088 hours; MF 698, CAH, MFD; Case 2590, CAH, 6450 hours; JD 2940 (needs hyd work); JD 1023E w/H120 LDR, 127 hours; JD 2025R w/120 LDR, 60” deck, 126 hours; NH TC 33 w/LDR, 800 hours, MFD; AC D-17, WF, LDR, 3pt, Cab; Case 580E w/LDR & Box Scraper; NH TR88 Combine, 3892 hours, RWD; 2—Farmall H; Minneapolis Moline GVI; JD 60 (stuck motor) SKID STEERS: Polaris ASL 300 Track Skid Steer, 1123 hours, nice; Case 1840 Skid Steer, 1595 hours, Cab, Tracks, 1 owner (nice); Case 90XT; 2017 Kubota SSV 75, CAH, KSR, 2 speed, 800 hours; Bobcat 642 SS; Case SV 185 SS, 4355 hours, CAH, 2 speed, 900 hours on reman motor; 2008 NH C185 SS, CAH, 1931 hours, Pilot Controls, Tracks; Gehl 3310 SS, not running, Ford TW-35 . IH 1086. IH 884 FWD w/3200 hrs very nice. Case 1835c w/850 hrs. LAWN MOWERS: 2017 JD X758, 4 WD, 60” Deck, 130 hours; JD 2305 MFD, 60” Deck, 380 hours; NH LS 45 Lawn Mower; Cub Lo Boy w/Mower; JD X350 Mower, 90 hours, 48” deck; JD X320 Mower, 320 hours, 48” deck; Woods FZ 25D Mower; Land Pride AFM 42-11 Finish Mower PARTIAL FARM LINE #1: 1977 Ford 9700 , CAH, 6715 hours, (nice); 11—Ford Suitcase Weights; C-IH 5100 Drill, 18x6; White 6222 12 row Wing Fold Planter (nice); SM 400 Monitor, Corn & Bean Units, Set up for no till, PTO Pump; Unverferth 5225 Red Grain Cart with tarp (like new); Kory Gravity Box w/JD Gear FARM LINE #2: 1989 Duetz 7085, CAH, 4075 hours, 1 owner (nice); NI 4845 Round Baler, 4x5 Bale, 4646 Bales (like new); NH 488 Haybine, Good rolls; NI 270 Cutditioner; JD 7000 4 row Planter, Dry Fert; Farmhand 815 Mill FARM LINE #3: C-IH MXM 130, CAH, Good Tires, 12,234 hours; JD 2010 D Crawler w/Blade (good condition); NH 1411 Discbine, Low Acres (like new); Vermeer 505I Round Baler (nice) FARM LINE #4: 1985 C-IH 3294, MFD, CAH, 7633 hours; NH 7450 13’ Discbine; Valmetal 5600 Bale Grinder; Brillion SST 1201 Seeder; C-IH 600 Blower; NI 270 Cutditioner ED SCHUCK TRACTOR COLLECTION: Farmall 130; Farmall 340; Super MTA; Farmall M; Farmall Super C; Farmall Super M; IH 460; 2—2pt Corn Planters; 2pt Plow; 1pt Cultivator; 1pt Disc and other items. HAY EQUIPMENT: JD 567 Baler w/Net, 7000 Bales (nice!); JD 567 Baler, 8000 Bales (nice); 2011 NH BC 5070 Baler w/ Chute, Hyd Tension, Hyd Tongue; NH 7060 Round Baler; NH 7230 Discbine; Tubeline TL 5500 Bale Wrapper; 2—NH 316 Baler w/75 Kicker; JD 630 Moco (needs cutterbar work); NH 320 Baler; JD 430 Round Baler; IH 35 Rake w/Dolly; Pequea 910 Tedder; C-IH 8340 Haybine; NH 575 Baler w/72 Hyd Thrower; Gehl 418 Rake; Gehl 2340 Discbine; NI 5209 Discbine; NH 848 Round Baler; NH 492 Haybine; 3—Rhino PT 207 Hay Tedder; NH 256 Rake; JD 567 Baler w/Net, 21,000 Bales; Kuhn 222T Tedder; Hesston 5530 Baler; NH 256 Rake; Hesston BP25 Tub Grinder; JD 535 Round Baler; 2—NH 166 Hay In-vertor; IH 990 7’ Haybine; NH 259 Rake; JD 328 w/Kicker; Tonutti 8 Wheel Rake; JD 530 Baler; Roto Grind Tub Grinder; NH BR 7050, Less than 400 Bales; Hesston Agco 3309 Discbine; Agripac 9100 Bale Wrapper; Pequea 9x16 Hay Rack; NH 258 Rake w/Dolly; Pequea 710 Tedder; NH 7090 Round Baler; C-IH 8330 Haybine (needs work); JD 336 w/ Chute; JD 456 Baler w/Net, Silage Special; JD 335 Round Baler (nice); Vermeer 605XL Baler w/Net; Kuhns MFG Hay 1036F Accumulator; NH 590 Medium Square Baler, equipment NH 411 discbine. NH 570 baler w/thrower. NH 855 round baler. PLANTERS & DRILLS: C-IH 5100 18x6 Grain Drill, Grass; Kinze 2000 4 row , Dry Fert; JD 1750 6 row, Conservation, Finger, Dry Fert, Combos; JD 7200 4 row, Conservation, Finger, Dry Fert, No tills; Brillion 10’ Seeder; IH 5100 Drill; Frontier 72” 3pt Seeder, 05172 M; MM Grain Drill; JD B 12’ Grain Drill; Brillion Turf Make Seeder TILLAGE: C-IH 181 Rotary Hoe; Landoll 16’ Tillall Flat Fold Soil Finisher; C-IH 496 18’ Rock Flex Hyd Fold Disc; CMI Hyd Fold Tiger Mate Field Cult 20’; Wilrich Hyd Fold Field Cult; Kraus 1580 Hyd Fold Disc; JD 710 5 Shank SS; Brillion 5 Shank SS; JD 400 Hoe; JD RM 4 row Cult; JD 215 15’ Disc; Kewannee 88 14’ Mulcher; Rhino F90B 19’ Rock Flex Disc; JD 724 14’ Soil Finisher; JD 230 20’ Disc; IH 10’ Wheel Disc; Pull Type 14’ Harrowgater; Case 5 Shank SS HARVEST EQUIPMENT: JD 3955 Chopper w/7’ Hay Head; JD 2 row Narrow CH; E-Z Trail 450 Grain Cart; NH 824 CH; NH 900 Chopper w/Hay Head; JD 520 Stalk Chopper (nice); E-Z Flow 510 Grain Cart; NH 890 Chopper w/Heads; NH 38 Flail Chopper; JD 3940 Chopper w/Hay & Cornhead; Gehl 7200 Flail Chopper; Gehl 865 Chopper w/Hayhead; C-IH 1063 Corn-head; Balzer 20’ Stalk Chopper; NH 27 Stalk Chopper; JD 43 Sheller; Loftness 1808 Stalk Chopper; 2—Ford NH 716 Chopper Boxes; JD 35 Chopper w/Heads; JD 16A Flail Chopper MISC ITEMS: Pull Type Dirt Scraper; NI 3732 Spreader; NI 358 Mill w/Scale; JD MX 15’ Batwing Mower; JD HX 15’ Batwing Mower; Phillips Rock Rake; Pull Type Aerator; George White 750 Gal Sprayer; Gehl 125 Roller Mill w/Scale; Woods 4’ 3pt Mower; SS Bradco Silage Facer; 3pt Mott Mower; Woods 7’ Mower; Gehl 100 Mill; Farmhand 817 Mill w/Scale; Westendorf TA-28 LDR (IH 86 series mts); JD Pull Type Rotary Mower; Westendorf Pallet Forks; Westendorf Bale Spear; IA 9’ Heavy Duty Hyd Blade; Woods Brushbull 72” 3pt Mower; Woods Cadet 5’ Pull Type Mower; Woods BW 180 Batwing Mower; H&S 370 Tandem Spreader; NI Single Axle Spreader; Knight 3036 TMR w/Scale; NI 3726 Spreader (nice); JD Rear Wheel Weights; Rhino DB 150 Ditch Bank Mower; Kory 8 Ton Gear; 2—Kewannee 500 Elevators; 18.4x26 Tires & Rims; JD Wood Spreader; Alamo Batwing Mower; Walsh 500 Gal Sprayer; Wildcat 6’ Pull Type Rotary Mower; SS Bale Spear; JD 717 3pt Mower; Small Pull Type Box Blade; Frontier RC 2048 Rotary Mower; Lancaster 185 Spreader (unused); Lancaster 50 Spreader (unused); 6—IH Suitcase Weights; Rear Split Wheel Weights; Rhino SR-15 Batwing; Kelly Ryan 5x12 Feed Wagon (nice); 3pt Hyd Shaver PDH; Hardi 2000 Ranger Sprayer UNUSED ITEMS: Tennessee River 8’ Box Blade; 72” Skid Steer Mower; Pro Welding LDR Snow Pusher; Great Bear 72” Grapple Bucket; Great Bear SS 7’ Blade; IA 7’ 3pt Mower; IA 10’ 3pt Mower; Pallet Fork Extensions; County Line 4’ Mower; Titan 6’ 3pt Mower; Stout 66-9 Grapple; Titan 1810 10’ Mower; IH 72” SS Bucket; IA 3pt 6’ Disc; Rollbars; 40’ Multi Door Container; Iron Gates; Work Benches; Ratchet Binder & Chain; Electric Winch; Mobil Toilets; SS Auger; Tree Shearer; Rock Grapples; Brush Cutters; Snow Plows; Tillers; 9’ Con-tainers; Several Toy Tractors; Several Toy Cars TERMS: CASH OR GOOD CHECK. Everything to be settled for day of sale unless other arrangements have been made PRIOR to sale day with Auction Co. No warranties or guaran-tees are given or implied on any items sold. All announcements made sale day take precedence over printed material. All items sold as is w/no warranty or guarantees implied. Years and hours are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed.

SALE ARRANGED BY WILKINSON AUCTION CO. MUSCODA, WI. #510 (608) 739-4404 | jeffstractorsandmachinery.com for pictures

REGISTERED WI. AUCTIONEERS: Perry Wilkinson #31, Shane Wilkinson #2938, Clyde Franzen #2151-52, Joel Everitt #3071


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BIRD AND Small Animal Swap, Saturday, June 19, 7-11am, Jackson Co. Fairgrounds, Maquoketa, Iowa. Admission: $5 ages 12 and up. More information call Laurie 563-212-9435, Chuck 563-689-6743.

TWO LITTERS OF PUPPIES for sale, German Shepherd 3 black/ white $550 each, 4 black/brown $450 each. Second litter of 8. 3⁄4 Standard Poodle and 1⁄4 German Shepherd, tan and red $650. All vaccinated and dewormed. Very cute. ready May 23rd. Benjamin Lapp, 17792 CTY O, Mineral Point, WI 53565.

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Registered Border Collie Puppies, for sale $400 eachPlatteville, 608-732-5052. GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS AKC OFA. Excel. Temp. Import Stock. Guaranteed. 715-5375413 www.jerland.com #268001DS (WCAN).

BLACK DIRT For sale. Call 608732-2482. FOR SALE: Composted black dirt, ALSO, skid loader work available. 563-513-1870.

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Late Model and High Quality Farm Equipment Auction! Bickford Farms – Kevin & Connie Bickford Tuesday, June 15, 2021 beginning at 9:30 a.m. 13818 County Road G, Montfort, Wisconsin

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1st Annual Public Southwest WI. Annual Benefit Auction to support the Center for Special Children of La Farge, WI.

Saturday, June 12, 2021

Platteville Produce Auction 8521 CTY Rd D | Platteville, WI 53818 7:00am Breakfast | 8:30am Auction begins 11:30am Quilts | 12:00pm Dr of CSC speech Quilts: Colorado Star Log Cabin, Harley Davidson T-Shirt, Bears around the Cabin, Sunbonnet Sue, Blooming Bargello, Bargello Heart, Diamond Jubilee, Cuddly Critter Baby Quilts, plus more! Household / Toys: 25 Qt. Princess House Stockpot, 2 laundry carts, many theme baskets, Norwex supplies, set of couch pillows, corn hole game, travel marbles (carble), croquet set, set of quoits, 4 puzzles with rustic frames, S780 toy John Deere combine, toy Gehl track skid loader, toy John Deere 1/16 scale tractor and baler, 1/16 scale Farmall B tractor, 2 sets of wooden tractors with a piece of equipment, Husqvarna toys: chain saw, weed eater, lawn mower, hedge trimmer, leaf blower, large barn print, refurbished Maytag wringer washer, set of five “My Bible Friends Bible Story” books. Furniture: Quaker style cedar blanket chest, 42” barn board toy box, Queen Anne style wooden foot stool, 3 wooden drying racks. Gift Certificates: (5) Silver Nail Horse Shoeing, (1) Faith in Birth, $3500, (2) Deweys Tire gift certificates, (1) 1400 lb. Hol. Angus cross beef and 50% off processing, (1) Napa gift certificate, (1) Up to 36 in stump grinding, 40 plus ton of chicken liter delivery and spreading up to 30 miles, 1 hour scenic small plane ride 2-3 people, (4) gift certificate health screen from High Point Medical Clinic, $500 gift certificate to Vondra Ag Horse & Horse Related: Pony-harness-cart, 2 riding bridles, stable blanket, halter, rope, curry comb brush, bucket of horse supplies, 2 pair riding chaps. Outdoor Furniture & Misc: Fire ring, 24” wishing well planter, many hanging baskets and planters, 6 foot new picnic table, 3ft. and 4ft. children’s picnic tables, wooden outdoor chairs, wooden porch swing, 3 sand box toy diggers, Green Mountain pellet grill, 3 piece folding rocker set, 50 lb. sunflower seeds, large wind chime. Sporting Goods: Kayaks, Womens large Pure Cycle bike, sun recumbent trike, 4 trikes – 3 with trailers, Grizzly 60q cooler. Farm Related and Tools: John Deere 530 fully restored tractor,7 trusses 24 ft. 4 ft. on center 6-12 pitch, 100 bales small square grass hay (new crop), 2 animal watering troughs,10 ft. Farmhand bush hog 540 RPM, 10 ft. single chain Patz conveyor, misc. new steel trim, lawn roller, Stihl chain saw and weed eater and leaf blower, Dewalt 3 tool combo kits, Dewalt brushless multi tool, Dewalt ½” impact hi-torque, Dewalt angle grinder, Dewalt 16” chain saw, Dewalt cordless fan, Milwaukee ¼” impact with battery, ½” drill with battery, Milwaukee 16” chain saw, Milwaukee weed eater, Dewalt ¼” impact kit, Mi-J-M 5 gal. portable air compressor, 4 new SS tires 10x16.5, 40 lb bag Silo King inoculant, 125T canister WS Silo King, 12 -3/4” used rubber cow mats. Livestock: (1) 6 mon bull, (2) yearling heifers, (3) weaned jersey x steers Food items: Chicken BBQ meal and take-outs, brats, subs, soft pretzels, French fries, salad bar, soft ice cream, home churned ice cream, bake sale, beverages and more. This is only a partial listing, many more items to be sold. Terms of payment: cash or good checks; no credit cards excepted. All announcements day of sale precedence over prior advertising. Hours: Friday, June 11-12 noon-until 8pm and morning of sale. For information or to make a donation: Chester High 608-379-0327, Norman Lamar Snyder 608-778-4696, Owen Martin 608-348-8389.

Directions: From Lancaster, County A East to County D South two miles auction on right. From Platteville: 80 North to Arthur County A, West to County D South, four miles South to auction site. SMA screening self-testing kits on site. Platteville Produce Auction-Center for Special Children and auction committee are not responsible for accidents.


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CIOnline Bidding Through Equipment Facts and ProxiBid TRACTORS AND SKID LOADERS: John Deere 8520 MFWD tractor, power shift, independent link suspension (ILS), active seat, 4 remotes, HID lights, 18.4 x 46 rears & 14.9×34 fronts, front & rear duals, showing 4770 hrs, SN# RW8520P003098; John Deere 4255 Soundgard cab w/air, quad range, 3pt, 2 remotes, LED lights new 18.4 x 38 rears, new clutch at 7000 hours, showing 9760 hours, SN# RW4255006254; John Deere 4640 Soundgard cab w/air, quad range, 3pt, 3 remotes, LED lights, new 20.8 x 38 tires, new radiator & hydraulic pump, front fenders, showing 8500 hours, SN# 4640H016931R; John Deere 4440 Soundgard cab w/air, quad range, 2 remotes, LED lights, Like New 18.4 x 38 rears, wheel weights, showing 10,700 hours, OUTSTANDING!! SN# 4440H011221R; International 1066 diesel tractor WF, 3 pt hitch, 540 & 1000 RPM PTOs, 18.4 x 38 rears, showing 6148 hours, overhaul, new TA and new clutch at approximately 4000 hours; SN# 26101594008324; Case 930 diesel Comfort King tractor WF, 3 pt hitch, live power & hydraulics, showing 7411 total hours, SN# 8315096; Oliver 1600 gas tractor w/wide front, 3 pt hitch, Hydro-Power, wheel weights, 14.9 x 38 rears, showing 6985 hours; New Holland L228 diesel Skid Loader w/ cab enclosure, AC/heat, radio, ride control, heated air ride seat, hand controls, aux hydraulics, showing 1100 hours; Case 1840 Skid Loader w/roll cage & material bucket, showing 4055 hours, A-1;Set of grouser tracks for Case 1840 skid steer. COMBINES, HEADS, AND CARTS: John Deere 9670 w/ extended wear package, premium cab, sidehill shoe kits, cameras, GS2600 display & globe, folding unloading auger, 30.5 fronts, 18.4X26 rears, showing 2100 engine hours, showing 1398 separator hours; SN# H0960S731861 – dealer serviced and field ready!; John Deere 9670 combine w/ extended wear package, premium cab, sidehill shoe kits, cameras, GS2600 display & globe, showing 3827 engine hours and 2537 separator hours – dealer serviced and field ready!; John Deere 606C 6RN corn head w/ new Stalkmaster rolls in 2020, SN#00606CCX, 725240; John Deere 693 6RN corn head w/ hydraulic deck plates, single point header height, H00693X695483; John Deere 635F grain head w/poly & spare sickle, SN# 1H00635FJA0, 737726; John Deere 920F grain head w/poly, for & aft & spare sickle, SN# H00920F676773; John Deere 625F grain head, poly w/spare sickle, H00625F730448; Patriot all aluminum 6-30 all hydraulic crop sweeper corn reel; Brent 880 grain cart, w/ tarp, scales, & camera, small 1000 PTO shaft, SN# R2470143; Brent 880 grain cart, w/ tarp, scales, & camera, big 1000 PTO shaft, SN# B24550124; Demco 550 gravity box; Demco 450 gravity box; PMC 20’ head trailer; Unverferth HT36 36’ head cart, SN# A52110396HH702102; (2) EZ Trail 20’ head trailers; EZ Trail 25’ head trailer; (5) older gravity boxes w/wgns; TILLAGE EQUIPMENT: Great Plains 12' 1205 no till drill w/grass seed attach, Like New – only 1428 acres, GPP1980; Kinze 12-30 Twin Line planter w/ Precision corn meter, seperate bean meter, no till coulters, shark tooth whippers w/250 monitor w/GPS; John Deere 2210 24 ½’ field cult w/ walking tandems, 3 bar spike harrow & rolling basket SN# IN02210LVC, Like New!; Sunflower 4212-9 9 shank disc chisel Sn#04212I20050068, Like New!; Case IH 415 22.5’ flat fold cultimulcher SN#28642; Wilmar 765HT self propelled sprayer w/600 gal tank & 60’ booms, GPS, showing 2950 hours; Brillion FSB-1806 stalk shredder, SN# FLC1400211, Like New!; Friesen 240 RT Seed Express seed tender w/belt conveyor, roll tarp, and scales, Like New!; Case IH 2500 Ecolo-Til 5 shank deep til ripper w/light kit, Like New, SN# VCD059354; John Deere 825 6 row cultivator, w/ side dress tank & pump; John Deere 1350-1450 6-18 plow; FORAGE EQUIPMENT: John Deere 854 silage special round baler w/bale slicer, approx. 5699 bales, Like New! CC0854NH 121667; Versa Bagger ID891 10’ bagger (2 new gear boxes in ’20); Vermeer Catapult CPX9000 bale processor, fine cut kit, approx. 2500 bales through, relined, w/ camera kit, Like New! SN#1VRH15100H1006012; Massey Ferguson 1375 15’ discbine; Kuhn MM 300 merger (in cab controls) SN#F0195; Esch 4022 22’ 4 basket tedder; John Deere 3975 forage chopper w/hay head, new knives & bearings, new KP rolls & bearings, Gandy attach, kernel processor, big & small PTOs, Very Nice! SN# E03975X110392; John Deere 3RN corn head, new knives & chains; John Deere 3960 forage chopper w/hay head, new knives; John Deere 3970 forage chopper w/hay head; John Deere 443 3RN corn head w/adapter plate for chopper; H&S 860 forage blower, Like new!; Gehl 99 forage blower; Gehl 980 18’ chopper box w/drop tray & Gehl 13 ton tandem gear; Gehl 970 chopper box w/Gehl 12 ton tandem gear; Gehl 970 chopper box w/Knowles 12 ton tandem gear; Meyers 4516 chopper box w/JD tandem gear, w/ drop tray & roof; JD 346 sm square baler & thrower; (2) K&K metal bale racks w/running gears; (2) EZ Trail metal bale racks w/ running gear; (2) 6 bale rd bale trailers; TRUCK & TRAILER: 2003 Chevy HD2500 truck – gas, auto trans (new in Dec), w/ 8’ steel flatbed & Western 8’ snow plow, showing 110,000 miles; 2016 Big Tex 33’ gooseneck flatbed tandem dual trailer w/Mega ramps. OTHER FARM EQUIPMENT: Meyer 7500 V Force spreader, 1000 PTO, Like New! SN#1175003482; Gehl 100 mixer mill; Kewanee 600 60' elevator w/hyd lift; 60’& 30’ bale conveyors w/ transports; (4) Hesston Stak-Hand 10 stackers; Feterl 10” truck hopper auger w/hyd drive; sprayer trailer 500 gal tank w/pump; Foremost cattle chute w/head gate & gates; Stronghold auto head gate; Ingersoll/Rand 175 portable air compressor w/diesel engine; (3) 14’ Notch Fenceline calf feeders; DC Atlas 530 power feed cart; (2) 3 pt stack movers; Heider feeder wagon; Hardi 300 gallon front mount tank w/ hyd pump & controls; ; John Deere 400 20’ rotary hoe w/transport; several rd & sq bale feeders; asstd gates; wire panels; 200 gal saddle tanks (Universal mts); Pax bulk feed bin; corral panels; asstd good used tires & rims; IH fenders; Case 4 cyl engine for 430 or 530; 2600 gal poly tank, 1500 gal poly tank w/ pump & hoses; 1000 gal fuel tank w/ elect pump; cracker plate for 60-70 series choppers; pallet of rotary hoe wheels; (4) pallets of planter parts; (2) pallets of combine parts; (2) pallets of tractor parts; pallet of stacker parts; pallet of PTOs; Feterl 10” ruck hopper auger w/hyd drive; (3) sets of speed hitches; (3) overhead fuel barrels; 18.4×38 duals w/JD 10 bolt hubs; 20.8 x 38 duals w/JD 9 bolt hubsur; set of 18.4×38 duals w/IH 66 series hubs; 18.4×34 clamp on duals; (2) sets of 18.4×38 tires; (4) 12.4×42 tires; 16.9×26 rear combine tires & rims; set of 18.4×38 H chains; 18.4×34 & 15.5×38 H chains; (20) JD 40-50 series suitcase wts; (8) JD newer style suitcase wts; (2) Case 30 Series wts; set of (4) NEW 10.5X16 skid steer tires & rims; Poly & wood feed bunks; AND MUCH MORE! 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Matthew and his hen!

learned a lot about responsibility and working hard. YF: Does your farm have a name? If so, what’s the background on that? Name Here: Brogley Acres. YF: Describe a typical day in your life on the farm. Name Here: The kids and I head out the door heading for the barn just after 7am, seven days a week. Afternoon chores pick right up after school. Jenna also works on a dairy farm five nights a week, so Matt takes the afternoon chores on his own, including egg collection and processing. When Brad runs him to baseball and trapshooting, I pick up the slack. Kidding season brings extra

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REUTERS: I purchased the land that we live on from my parents, Wayne and Jackie Dieter in 2003. YF: What is your occupation? REUTERS: Doug is a welder at Cummins Emissions and I am a nurse and currently work at Edenbrook. Together we have 6 kids and our first official grand baby is due this summer. YF: What animals are on your farm? Apricot & Pebbles are two of the many animals we have on our farm. They are Myotonic Goats, which are better



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Dayne Julius Profile by Lisa Banfield

School: Platteville High School


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How finances change when starting a family themselves the following questions to get a handle on their finances. ■ Can I afford big-ticket baby items related to safety and comfort? Items may include a new vehicle with high crashtest ratings, or renovations to a home to provide a safe nursery. If renovations are unlikely, then would-be parents may need to consider the costs of moving. ■ Have I considered daily child expenses? Diapers, formula, laundry detergent, clothing for each stage of growth, and various other items are necessary when raising a child. Make a list of such items and their potential costs. ■ Do I have adequate health insurance? Pew Research states that expenses for a delivery can range from $3,000 to upward of $37,000 per child for a normal

vaginal delivery, and from $8,000 to $70,000 if a C-section or special care is needed. Consider how much your health insurance will cover and how much adding a child to a policy will increase your rates. ■ Will I need daycare? In order to afford added expenses, both parents may have to work. BabyCenter.com states that a family’s average childcare costs are roughly $755 per month. ■ Can I afford life insurance? Once you begin a family it is important for both parents to have a life insurance policy in place to provide for surviving family members in the event of an untimely death. Couples who want to start a family can make the transition go smoothly by figuring out their finances before welcoming a baby into the family.

Protect pets in hot weather Warm weather brings many changes. Warm weather can make travel more enjoyable and affords people more time to comfortably enjoy the great outdoors. It’s best to keep safety in mind when soaking up the sun. That’s important for all members of the family, including pets. Cats and dogs are as susceptible to heatrelated illnesses as their human companions.

Recognize heat stroke Pets can suffer from heat stroke, according to the American Red Cross. Certain breeds of dogs are highly susceptible, particularly those with short snouts, such as pugs and bulldogs. Excessive exercise in hot weather, lack of appropriate shelter outdoors and leaving a dog in a hot car may precipitate an episode of heat stroke. It’s important to get the pet out of direct heat right away and check for signs of shock, which include seizures, a body temperature

of 104 F or higher, stupor, increased heart rate, or excessive panting. Placing water-soaked towels on the pet’s feet, head, neck, and abdomen can bring down its temperature.

Be cautious of hot surfaces Humans wear shoes on their feet for protection, but pets do not have that luxury. Think about how hot your feet can feel when you scurry barefoot across hot sand en route to the shoreline or to cross a deck to get to the pool. When the sun beats down on surfaces, those surface temperatures rise quickly. According to a 2010 study by Liberty Home and Pet Services, at peak afternoon sun and an ambient temperature of 95 F in southern Florida, the temperature of cement was measured at 125 F, red brick at 135 F, blacktop at 140 F, and grass at 102 F. Individuals who think a car is safer for their dog or cat may be surprised the informal study measured 152 F on seat surfaces.

Provide extra water You’ll need to fill your pets’ water bowls more frequently in warmer weather. Be sure to provide constant access to fresh water, even for young puppies who may be learning to house train.

Avoid cutting fur too short If a veterinarian suggests a hair cut may be beneficial for keeping a pet cool or comfortable, resist the urge to shave down to the skin. Having at least one inch of fur will protect the pet from sunburn.

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Starting a family can come with a measure of sticker shock, particularly for young couples without much financial history. Since the 1960s, the costs associated with raising a family have risen exponentially, says the financial resource MarketWatch. Between 2000 and 2010, costs rose by 40 percent. Data from Money. com indicates that, as of 2015, American parents spent, on average, more than $230,000 on child costs from birth until the age of 17. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says that today that number is closer to $245,000 per child, which does not include the cost of college. BabyCenter.com offers a cost comparison tool to help prospective parents get started on creating family budgets. When mulling the cost of starting a family, prospective parents can ask

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Warm weather may bring out a high number of insects and wildlife. Use a flea and tick preventative product and medication to protect against heartworm, which is transmitted through mosquitoes. Snakes, skunks, foxes, and other animals may be roaming around, and a scuffle with your pet can result in injury.

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Ice cream is a favorite dessert across the globe. The average American consumes more than 23 pounds of ice cream per yea says the International Dairy Foods Association. Even though a t to the local ice cream parlor can yield many different opportuni to indulge, making ice cream at home is easier than one may believe. Also, creating homemade ice cream can be a fun way experiment with unique flavors and textures. It is easy to custom concoctions based on what everyone likes best. Making ice cream also is a fun way to bring the family together with the reward of a tasty prize for all of the effo Here are some tips for making ice cream at home. Buy quality ingredients. Choose fresh, high-quality ingredients. Real vanilla beans or extract can produce better flavor than imitations. Select in-season berries and other fruits and, if possible, use organic milk. All of these ingredients will blend together fresh flavor. Freeze equipment early. Cold equipment is necessary to produce ice cream. Store the bo of an ice cream maker in the freezer to keep them frozen and ready for when the mood strikes to ma a batch of ice cream. Avoid ice crystallization. According to Food 52, a foodie equipment and recip resource, ice crystals in the ice cream can ruin texture by making ice cream crunchy. Freezing ice cre quickly at very cold temperatures is essential. That means freezing the bowl and keeping the ingredi mix cold. Spinning the ice cream and transferring it quickly to the freezer helps keep ice crystals sma Keep mix-ins small. Mix-ins, like cookie pieces or cake crumbs, can add a different dimension to ice cream. Chill the ingredients and make sure they are small (roughly the size of chocolate chips). Add them after the ice cream is entirely frozen. Watch alcohol usage. Alcohol can create a tipsy ice crea experience, but adding too much can interfere with ice cream's ability to freeze. Therefore, use alco sparingly. Store ice cream smartly. According to David Lebovitz, author of "The Perfect Scoop", store cream in a shallow container to keep it softer. Also, cover the surface of the ice cream with plastic w to prevent ice crystals from forming. Homemade ice cream will last for roughly a week in the freezer Making ice cream can be a challenging but rewarding endeavor.


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Heat oven to 350°F. Roll out dough on a lightly floured surface to 1⁄4-inch thick. Cut with a floured 3-inch round and star cookie cutters. Place 1 inch apart on parchment-lined baking sheets. Bake for 10-12 minutes or until light golden brown. Let cool on pan for 2 minutes before removing to wire racks to cool completely. Beat the cream cheese, mascarpone and confectioners sugar in a large bowl until combined. Spread half of the frosting on cookies. Decorate with berries and pipe remaining frosting on cookies as desired. Refrigerate cookies until serving. www.wisconsincheese.com

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Celebrating 55 Years 1966-2021

With over 55 years of tradition, the Darlington Canoe Festival is one of the premier summer events in Southwest Wisconsin, welcoming residents from all over the nation to an annual community celebration. The Darlington Canoe Festival, dubbed a community homecoming by most, offers a great opportunity for current Darlington residents, past Darlington residents, and visitors to gather and celebrate community, family, and friends in Darlington's historic downtown business district along the banks of the Pecatonica River.


Friday, June 11th

6 p.m. – Sieg Memorial Youth Baseball Tournament 6 p.m. – Canoe Fest Representative Announcement – Riverside Park Lions Shelter 6:30 p.m. – 2 & 5 Mile Road Run – Collins Park/DFD Firehouse 7 p.m. – Wellness Center Dance Program – Riverside Park 8 p.m. – Canoe Festival Raffle Drawing Riverside Park Lions Shelter

Saturday, June 12th

9 a.m. – Sieg Memorial Youth Baseball Tournament 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. – Beowulf MC Poker Ride Registration at 10 a.m. – Ride starts at 11 a.m. 3 p.m. – 55th Beowulf Summer Party – Laf. Co. Fairgrounds Bands: Nixxed 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Fraizer Project 8 to 11 p.m. Saddlestramp 11 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. 6 p.m. Motorcycle Show and Bike Games Laf. Co. Fairgrounds 7 p.m. – Home Town Show – Riverside Park 9:45 p.m. – Harmony and Highlights Fireworks Show – Riverside Park

Sunday, June 13th

9 a.m. – Arts and Crafts Fair – Riverside Park 9 a.m. – Sieg Memorial Youth Baseball Tournament 1:30 p.m. 55th Darlington Canoe Festival Parade Starting on Ohio and North Street 3 p.m. – Echo’s of Camp Randall – 5th Quarter Riverside Park – TBA

This four day festival has activities for people of all ages including Little League and softball tournaments, stock car races, 2 and 5 mile road runs, Beowulf Motorcycle Club summer party, talent show, fireworks, and much more! It also includes an arts & crafts fair, carnival, a parade, and fun for the entire family! Explore these links to learn more and then come explore the Darlington Canoe Festival!

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Where it all began in 1966! Our festival had its humble beginnings on Father's Day in 1966 when the Darlington Fire Department hosted a canoe race from Calamine to Darlington on the Pecatonica River. Who would have known that lone event would evolve into a four-day festival packed full of excitement for the entire region to enjoy? The competitive canoe races remained a focal point of the festival for over five decades. While the races are no more, many people still enjoy paddling down the scenic riverway each Sunday morning of the festival to celebrate the history of the festival and the life of the Pecatonica River.

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As the weather really heats up, so has what is happening in Darlington this summer! Be sure to venture to Darlington this summer! Where you can shop, eat, drink, stay, and play! Grab your ATV, or UTV and head to Darlington, where you can ride the trails, or spend the weekend camping along the Pecatonica. With our Main Street renovations underway to make our Downtown even more visitor friendly, please allow extra time to get downtown. With access to ALL Downtown businesses and the Bridge open, there is no reason not to Discover Darlington this Summer! As always, our Downtown businesses, shops, bars, and eateries are open and ready to serve you and your family! For up-to-date traffic info visit our Facebook page Downtown Darlington 23 & Main and to keep up to date and current on what is happening around town visit us at Darlington Chamber Main Street on Facebook. #Rediscoverdarlington #Daretoexploredarlington #Shopeatdrinkstaydarlington ~ Jason Your Hometown Independent Bank

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Many aging adults reach a point in their lives when they can no longer care for themselves without some help. Some may just need a little help around the house, while others with more extensive needs may choose to relocate to skilled nursing facilities. Some aging adults may be able to choose living facilities on their own, and many may even dictate their choices as part of their estate planning. In other instances, such as when seniors suddenly become ill and are incapable of caring for themselves, the decision may need to be made by relatives. Families have a variety of options when looking for living facilities for aging men and women, and there are a host of benefits to skilled nursing facilities. · Professional care: Many facilities offer skilled nursing care. Skilled nursing care is administered by licensed nurses and therapists. Skilled nursing facilities, or SNFs, are designed to tend to the needs of residents who require a level

of medical care that goes beyond what assisted living facilities can provide. · Peace of mind: Medical attention at SNFs is available around the clock. That often provides residents’ relatives substantial peace of mind, as they know licensed professionals will be on hand to address their loved ones’ needs at all hours of the day and night. · Criteria: The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will only certify facilities that meet strict criteria. When shopping for an SNF, individuals and families should inquire about certification. CMS-certified facilities are subject to periodic inspections to make sure residents are receiving the highest quality care. That’s another factor that should give families some peace of mind. · Proximity: According to Commonwealth Medicine, there are more than 15,000 SNFs in the United States. These facilities care for nearly 1.5 million people. With so many facilities across the country, families can surely find one for a family member in need that’s close to home. Routine visits from friends and family can help seniors make a smooth transition to an SNF and reassure relatives that they won’t have to travel far and wide each time they want to see their loved ones. Skilled nursing facilities can help aging adults navigate daily life when they can no longer take care of themselves. mcg.metrocreativeconnection.com

The opportunity to live independently is a goal for many people as they plan for retirement. While there’s much people can do to plan for financial independence in their golden years, health issues may arise that can make it hard for aging adults to get through the day without a little help. Palliative care and hospice are sometimes mistaken as the same thing, even though they’re quite different. Learning about each option can help adults identify which option is best for them should they one day require daily assistance.

Palliative care Palliative care may be available at any time for individuals with serious and potentially life-threatening conditions. According to Healthline, palliative care is focused on improving the overall wellness of individuals with serious illnesses, such as Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, COPD, and other chronic illnesses. Since it is based on individuals’ needs, palliative care can differ from one person to the next. WebMD says a palliative care program frequently aims to ease pain and help with other problems, including improving comfort. It is used in addition to other treatments. Palliative care also can help patients and their families if an illnesss makes it more difficult to get around, leads to depression or adversely affects the family, including caregivers.

Hospice care The National Institute on Aging notes that hospice care may be recommended when it is no longer possible to cure a serious illness or when a patient opts out of certain treatments. Like palliative care, hospice

provides comprehensive comfort care and family support. However, attempts to cure the person’s illness are stopped in hospice. Hospice is typically recommended when a person with a terminal illness has around six months or less to live. When people hear “going into hospice” they may think this means entering a facility. However, hospice can take place in many different settings, including at home, in a nursing home, in a hospital, or even a facility that specializes in hospice care. Both palliative and hospice care bring together a team of health care professionals with special skills. This team can include doctors, nurses, social workers, therapists, spiritual advisors, and trained volunteers. Everyone works together to address patients’ emotional, medical and spiritual needs. The main difference between palliative and hospice care is when each is offered to a patient. Palliative care can be available at any time, regardless of illness stage, prognosis or life expectancy. Hospice care is only available when an illness is no longer responding to treatment. It is sometimes known as end-of-life care. However, a person can come out of hospice care should his or her condition begin to improve. Patients and their families can discuss the options of palliative and hospice care with their health care teams. While these types of care have become much more accessible in recent years, they may not be available everywhere. It also pays to ask questions about health insurance coverage to determine if the costs of palliative or hospice care will be covered by a provider. A long-term care policy also may be an option to cover palliative services.

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A Full Range Of Confidential Services For Individuals Including: Contraceptive Methods • Emergency Contraception STD/STI Testing & Treatment • Sports Physicals • PAP Exams

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LOW TO NO COST REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE FOR MEN AND WOMEN & SO MUCH MORE! (608) 348-9766 or 1-877-449-7422 www.swnhp.org 65 S. Elm Street, Platteville adno=219254


Hi there! We are Taylor and Kelli. We are two busy momma’s of three who have a passion for nutrition, fitness and overall wellness. Taylor works for the Darlington School District and Kelli works for the Mineral Point School District. We started a business called Foundation Fitness and Nutrition after quickly learning there was a need for a local meal prep service. We wanted to PlYO offer balanced, nutritious Indoor Cycling meals that are convenient! People are incredibly Turbo Kick busy and we want to help them out by saving time on planning, grocery shopping, and cooking. We find most quick meal options to be low in

nutrients, processed, expensive, and leave you feeling hungry soon after. We want to offer that quick option you’re looking for, but fuel your body with everything it needs and not break the bank! Meal prep is something we both did every Sunday for ourselves. We decided to go all in and offer this as a service to the public. We only offer high protein, nutritious meals made with local meat and fresh produce. Our meals are affordable and filling! We prep close to 1,000 meals every weekend. Our social media pages offer different recipe ideas, fitness tips and product reviews. Meal prep is so much more than ‘eating healthy.’ It means you can give your children a healthy supper while running to practice, provide all the nutrients your elderly parents need if they can’t cook for themselves, have more family time at night, eat a meal that will fuel you while you’re on the road, or change your mindset and begin making healthier choices throughout the entire day. You can sign up for meals through our Facebook page @foundationfitnessnutrition. Click the link at the top of our page to see the current menu. We release a new menu every 4 weeks. You are able to sign up for whichever meals you want and then choose how you want to pick them up. We prep all of our meals every Sunday morning. Each customer gets a bag of 5

We have a location in Monroe

Argall Dairy Systems invites you to a “Learn with Lely” Event Join us on Friday, June 11, 2021 | 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Wiegel Riverside Farms, 10035 Philippine Rd, South Wayne, WI 53587



The way to dairy.



Register and enter for your chance to win a FREE Lely Luna cow brush* at www.lely.com/ArgallOpenHouse or scan the QR code with your smartphone camera.

Wiegel Riverside Farms, 10035 Philippine Rd, South Wayne, WI 53587

Argall Dairy Systems, Inc. 171 Countryside Dr Belleville, WI 53508 608-424-6110 adno=228396

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CELEBRATES DAIRY MONTH Thank you local producers!

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