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PLATTEVILLE, WI 53818 PERMIT NO. 124
1475 US Hwy. 14 East, Richland Center
(608) 649-FLOR (3567)
April 7, 2020
272 N. Main Street, P.O. Box 272, Richland Center, WI 53581 Phone 608-647-2911
1525 Bohmann Drive, Richland Center, WI | 608-647-8925 115 W Nebraska St, Muscoda, WI | 608-739-3175 4242 Mormon Coulee Rd, La Crosse, WI | 608-788-9950 Hours: Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm; Saturday - 8am to 4pm; Sunday - 9am to 2pm
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Lady Mary Lorraine Ewing, Dutchess of East Union St., Who Will Be Turning 85 On April 10.
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Alan Eggers 608-574-3625
Wishes may be sent to: Lorraine Ewing 268 E. Union St., Richland Center Happy Birthday Mom! Love, Davey
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Insured No Job Too Small Titus Osborne
28682 Co. Rd. D Richland Center, WI 53581
Monument Co., Inc. Dependable Since 1915
Richland Center, Ray Stafford
(608) 647-8148 (608) 585-4091
Mower Tune up Special Lawn & Garden Tractors.......$95 Zero Turn Mowers................$135 Includes deck cleaning, blade sharpening, lube chassis, load test battery, engine oil change, check deck level and tire pressures, test safety systems, check air filter, pressure wash (additional charge for exceptionally dirty units) All parts and oil additional as prices vary depending upon make and model. Free pickup and delivery within 10 miles. Mileage charge for further distances.
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Serving the area for over 81 years!
590 S. Main St., Richland Center
28558 U.S. Hwy 14 4 Miles East of Richland Center 608-647-8804
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Call now to reserve a ham for Easter! Cured and smoked on site the old fashioned way! We have bone-in and boneless hams available!
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We sell locally raised beef by the half, quarters or whole. Front Quarters .......................................................$2.69 lb. Hind Quarters ........................................................$3.09 lb. Half Beef.................................................................$2.79 lb.
• We have a variety of designs OR • Design your own • B&W or Color • With or without photos
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We have several other bundles available. Pork Bundle 10# Pork Chops, 10# Pork Steak, 10# Pork Roasts 7# Pork Sausage, 2# Pork Liver
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HOURS: Mon. - Fri. 7:30 - 5:30; Sat. 8:00 - Noon; CLOSED SUNDAYS We are Quest Acceptable.
Darrell Ramer, 608-985-8120 | Darren Ramer, 608-393-2093
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272 N. Main • P.O. Box 272 Richland Center, WI 53581 Phone: 608-647-2911 Fax: 608-647-7238
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1. Find a picture of a lawn mower ____________________________________________ 2. Find an online auction ___________________________________________________ 3. Find a job posting for construction _________________________________________ 4. Find an ad for a professional forester _______________________________________ 5. Find an employment ad for a production employee ____________________________ 6. Find an advertiser with free estimates ______________________________________ 7. Find an ad with a picture of a pickup truck ___________________________________ 8. Find an employment ad for a position that pays $27 per hour ____________________ 9. Find an ad that offers Free Pet Food ________________________________________ 10. Find an ad that will pay you 30 cents a pound for aluminum _____________________
Thank you to our line crew For 24/7 service
11. Find an employment ad for hiring Full Time CNA’s ____________________________
Line workers are on call day and night, braving the elements to respond to electrical outages. These people
16. Find ad offering $60 per hour plumbing services ______________________________
live and work in the community, and are the ﬁrst to respond during
18. Find an Employment ad that wants a Lab Technician ___________________________
12. Find an employment ad hiring a Dietary Cook ________________________________ 13. Find an employment ad helping you earn extra income_________________________ 14. Find an ad offering Super Savings _________________________________________ 15. Find the ad offering Safety Features for phishing emails________________________
17. Find ad for business with Quality Preowned vehicles __________________________
a storm, making the scene safe for other public safety workers. In
19. Find ad that has Auto, Truck, Tractor Parts for Sale ____________________________
honor of National Line Worker Appreciation Day April 18, we’d like to thank our line workers for all they do. We encourage you to join us and
20. Find an Employment ad hiring Part Time or Full Time Dental Hygienist ____________
21. Find a help wanted ad looking for a citizen member ___________________________ 22. Find an ad for video services _____________________________________________
April 18 is National Line Worker Appreciation Day
23. Find an ad looking for used equipment for an auction __________________________ 24. Find an ad looking for a rural rental property _________________________________ 25. Find an ad that has to do with an apple orchard _______________________________ 26. Find an ad for a funeral home _____________________________________________
At City Utilities of Richland Center, we join forces with other local not-for-proﬁt utilities through WPPI Energy to share resources and lower costs.
27. Find an ad recognizing local lineman _______________________________________ 28. Find an ad for a lounging puppy ___________________________________________ 29. Find an ad for lost keys __________________________________________________ 30. Find an ad for luxury living _______________________________________________
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NOTICE TOWN OF AKAN Notice is hereby given that the Open Book for the Town of Akan shall be held on the 20th day of April, 2020 from 4:00 - 6:00 pm at the Akan Town Hall, 12249 State Highway 171, Blue River WI. Jessica Laeseke, Clerk
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Notice Town of Sylvan: Annual Meeting, Monthly Meeting Notice is hereby given of the 2020 Annual Meeting to be held Tuesday evening April 21, 2020 6:00 P.M. at the Town shop located at 20188 County G. Social distancing will be followed. Note the regular monthly meeting will follow thereafter. Judy Murphy, clerk
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TOWN OF ROCKBRIDGE Richland County 2020 Bid Specifications for Seal Coating and Pre-Coating
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town of Rockbridge Town Board will accept sealed bids for Seal Coating and Bids for Pre-Coating until 7:00 p.m., Thursday, April 16, 2020. Bids must include proper bonding and proof of insurance and should be dropped off at the meeting or mailed to: Don Clark, 25135 County Highway DD Richland Center, WI, 53581. Bids will be opened with possible action on Thursday, April 16, 2020 at a Town board meeting at 7:00 p.m. in the Rockbridge Town Hall, 19082 Irish Drive, Richland Center, WI 53581.
Sharon Miller, Clerk
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Notice is hereby given of the 2020 Open Book to be held Monday, April 14, 2020, 4:00 to 6:00 P.M., at the Town shop located at 20188 County G. The assessor will be available during these hours to answer questions.
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TOWN OF ORION Monthly Town Board Meeting 5:30pm April 15th,2020
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TWILA L. (FRY) GILLINGHAM
March 24, 2020 Twila L. (Fry) Gillingham, 84, of Richland Center, died on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at Riverdale Health Care Center in Muscoda after a lingering illness. Twila was born on August 29, 1935 to Harold and Erma (Armstrong) Fry. Twila graduated from Richland Center High School in June of 1953, where she had been very active in cheerleading. On October 3, 1953, Twila married the love of her life of 66 years J.B. Gillingham, who preceded her in death just 11 short weeks ago in December of 2019. They were married at the Peace United Methodist Church in Richland Center. After marriage they settled in as dairy farmers on the family farm in Gillingham. Twila was a city girl, but because of her great love for her husband, she set up house in Gillingham. With her decorating and sewing techniques, she made it into a home where they raised their four children; Suzanne, Cherri, Sandra, and John IV! They worked the farm, milked cows and harvested crops for the next 22 years. Twila was a wonderful mother and a stay at home mom for many years. Her children were her life, teaching them the ways of life, strong morals and work ethic, her love for nature and the out of doors and for animals, especially horses and dogs. She made sure her children were very involved in Sunday School and church, attending the Evangelical United Brethren Church in Gillingham. The children were also involved in 4-H as Twila was one of the leaders. She was a large part of getting the Gillingham ballpark up and running so Gillingham 4-H could have a softball team. Once Twila’s children
Twila is survived by four children: Suzanne Gillingham of Madison, Cherri (Terry) Kalish- Vosberg of AZ, Sandy (Norm) Fruit of Viola, John Gillingham IV of Richland Center; two sisters: Juanita (Jim) Boelman of Platteville, Charlene (Barney) Easterday of Madison; sister-in-law, Barb Gillingham; 10 grandchildren: Addison Kalish of Madison, Andrew Kalish of Monona, WI , Matthew (Shayla) Kalish of Loganville, Heidi (Ty) Martin of Sycamore IL, Brian (Lisseth) Fruit of Reedsburg, Kim (Scott) Spiess of Milwaukee, Karen (Ed) Liegel of Lodi, Kelly (Rachel) Fruit of Richland Center, John Gillingham V of Richland Center, Melissa Gillingham of Loganville; 13 great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Twila was preceded in death by her husband J.B. Gillingham, December 31, 2019, just 11 short weeks ago, her parents, Harold and Erma (Armstrog) Fry, mother and father in-law, Bernard and Margaret (Peg) Gillingham, brothers-in-law, Bud Reno, Dean Gillingham, James Boelman, Frederick Gillbertson, Jack Lloyd, sisters-in-law Joyce Reno, Avis Lloyd, nephews Dirk Boelman, Buddy Reno, nieces Nancy Gilbertson, Gail Gilbertson, and Julie (Reno) Davis. Twila was a wonderful and caring mother, wife and grandmother. She loved to attend all of her children’s and grandchildren’s high school and college activities with her husband J.B. Twila was a go-getter and never stopped. She was a home decorator, a gardener, landscaper, floral expert, self-taught electrician, seamstress, realtor and secretary to many. Twila loved to entertain. She was such a “people person” and so cherished her moments of talking and laughing with other people. Twila was a “joy.” You would always see that beautiful smile on her face. A private family burial was held in the Fancy Creek Cemetery. There will be a Celebration of Life ceremony at a later date. Donations can be sent to the UW Platteville/ Richland Campus Foundation, 1200 US-14, Richland Center, WI 53581. The Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service is assisting the family with their arrangements. prattfuneralservice.com
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RICHARD JAMES MUNZ
March 26, 2020 Richard James Munz, age 64, died suddenly Thursday, March 26, 2020, at home in rural Bear Valley. He was born on December
LUCILLE KAY (DILLEY) STEELE
March 27, 2020 Lucille Kay (Dilley) Steele, 78, of Richland Center passed away on March 27, 2020 at her home. She was born on September 3, 1941 in Crawford County the daughter of Ira and Fern (Copus) Dilley. Lucille grew up on a farm where she learned the values of hard work and a never give up attitude. She instilled these same principles into her 4 children. She also taught them many life skills including fishing, morel hunting, canning and gardening. Everyone in ‘Crow Hollow’ and beyond praised her for the beauty and practicality of her large vegetable garden. She was an avid Packers fan and had a particular fondness for Brett
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were of school age she returned to the Richland County Abstract office in Richland Center where she had worked previously during her high school years. In 1967 the new UW Platteville/ Richland Campus was to open and Twila was hired as Marjorie Wallace’s Administrative Assistant. The actual campus itself was only foundations at this time, so Twila worked out of the old Teacher’s College and from the old farmhouse on site until the new campus was built. Twila worked there for 10 years. With many career opportunities between such as Gochenaur Realty as a realtor, Edward D. Jones, Monsauto and buying and fixing up homes in Richland Center with her sister, they moved to “The Milkhouse” just outside of Richland Center in 1975 (Sheafor Farm). J. B. Gillingham maintained the farm and Twila ran the milk and cheese store for 8 years. In 1983 Twila and J.B. were asked to ‘rescue’ a veal farm operation in Oconomowoc from disaster. While here Twila spent the next couple of years with her real estate adventures. In 1986, Twila and J.B. moved to Idaho Falls, Idaho for a year to take on another ‘rescue’ operation of a veal farm. While there, Twila took a position in retail at the mall in Idaho Falls. In 1987, they returned to Wisconsin and maintained a retirement community in Verona. At this time Twila returned to the UW system in Madison. In 1991 Twila and J.B. purchased their home in Boaz, where Twila took it upon herself to landscape the entire acreage. She would have visitors coming out to tour the grounds. This was her weekend job as she had her career at the UW in Madison. She would stay with her daughter during the week and return to her home on weekends. Her final position before returning in 1997 was Administrative Assistant for the UW Madison Chancellor, John Wiley. After her retirement, which lasted only a few months Twila began working at Indian Hollow near Boaz. There, she helped with the gift shop and constructed silk wreaths, boughs and flower arrangements where she sold many. In 2012, Twila and J.B. sold their home in Boaz and moved to Richland Center where they resided up until their deaths.
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Farve. She stated ‘they are not the same without him.’ She very much loved being a grandmother and great-grandmother, she was always on the hunt for some little gift for each one. Lucille is survived by her four children: Tim (Becky) Steele of Gays Mills, Michelle (Steve) Croft of Hazel Green, Scott Steele of Richland Center, Christian (Christine) Steele of Richland Center; 23 grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; two sisters: Linda Pendleton of Boscobel, Wanda Martinelli of Verona; four brothers: Willard Dilley of Gays Mills, Jerry Dilley of Gays Mills, David Dilley of Lone Rock, Duane Dilley of Boscobel. Lucille was preceded in death by her parents: Ira and Fern Dilley, brother Larry Dilley, two sisters Leila Nondorf and Delores Rama, and grandson Doug Steele. Per Lucille’s wishes there will be no visitation and a private family burial will be held at the Westfork Cemetery. A gathering of family and friends will be held this summer. The family requests memorials to be mailed to the Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service, 120 North Park St., Richland Center, WI 53581 to be forwarded to the family. The Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service is assisting the family with their arrangements. Lucille will be greatly missed by family and friends.
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Richland Centers Woodman Senior Center has many exciting trips planned for 2020. Our new trip calendar is now available and can be picked up at the Senior Center. Some trips are UW Band Concert, Fireside Theater, Guys and Dolls, Chicago Shopping & Museums, The Clauson Family Show, Nashville, Montana, and Canada. Please contact Cheryl at 647-8108 ext. 3 for more information or to register. SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE
JUNE 13 Richland Centers Woodman Center has a trip planned on June 13th to go to the Brewers Game in Milwaukee. They will play the Cincinnati Reds and includes a bus ride on a deluxe motorcoach, tickets to the game, food, and some beverages. Please call Cheryl at 6478108 ext. 3 for more information or to register. This trip fills up fast so don't wait to long to register. MONDAYS Play Bingo for Prizes on Mondays from 9:30-11:30 at the Woodman Senior Center at the Richland Center Community Center/Senior Center at Krouskop Park, Orange Street.
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THURSDAYS Grandmas who do child care and their children are invited to Grandma Gatherings at Park St. Christian Church at 10:00a.m. on Thursdays. For more information contact Deb Niemeyer at 608-585-3401.
SECOND TUESDAY OF THE MONTH Veterans of Foreign Wars meet the 2nd Tuesday of every month, 7:00 PM, American Legion Hall, Richland Center. SECOND TUESDAY OF THE MONTH Newborn Classes on the second Tuesday of every month 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM. Call the Birth Center at 608-647-6321 or for more information see The Richland Hospital Website at www.richlandhospital.com or find us on Facebook.
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3 Smart Ways to Boost Home Curb Appeal (StatePoint) Taking steps to boost curb appeal makes good sense for any homeowner. Not only does it help make a great first impression on guests and neighbors, but certain updates can actually increase your home’s resale value when it comes time to put your property on the market. To maximize the time, money and effort you expend, consider the following remodeling projects, which were all ranked highly by Remodeling Magazine’s 2020 Cost vs. Value Report: Manufactured Stone According to Remodeling Magazine’s findings, manufactured stone has the largest return on investment of all home remodeling projects with an average of 95.6 percent of the cost of the project recouped. There’s a good reason for this. High quality manufactured stone is an eye-catching way to add beauty and elegance to interiors and exteriors. When seeking out manufactured stone products, look for long-lasting products that mimic the look of natural stone, which combine deep shadow lines with authentic coloring to produce dramatic effects. The manufactur-
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(StatePoint) Not only does your roof need to withstand the elements over the years, it needs to look great while doing it. If it’s time to replace your roof, experts say that there are some important things to consider, particularly when it comes to the materials you select. If you’ve started the research process, you’ve likely investigated asphalt, which is by far the most popular choice of roofing material. This is because it’s lightweight; inexpensive and fast to install, and because many people believe that asphalt will help them avoid the durability problems experienced with natural alternatives like slate and real shake. Ironically, asphalt does not always stand the test of time as one might hope. Experts point out that many homeowners are left disappointed when their decision to prioritize function over form doesn’t go as planned. “Do a search for asphalt roofing, and you may see more complaints than satisfied customers,” says Michael Cobb, general manager, DaVinci Roofscapes.
“These days, not all asphalt is the same, and due to some new blends in asphalt manufacturing on the market, many roofs are failing well before their warranties.” If you’d rather not take a chance on your home roofing’s durability, and curb appeal is of importance to you, Cobb says that composite tiles can offer a cost-effective alternative to asphalt. It can also, provide a more aesthetically appealing look, stand up better to Mother Nature, and help increase the value of your home. “There’s no denying the beauty of natural slate and shake, but that beauty can be fleeting,” says Cobb. “Natural slate is susceptible to damage caused by freeze and thaw cycles, and when it comes to natural shake, rotting, cracking and curling is inevitable.” To get the look of natural materials and have it last, take a look at durable composite roofing options on the market today. For example, the slate and shake tiles have a long life and are low maintenance. They resist hail, impact, decay and fire, while offering the beauty of
natural roofing materials. Staggered edges, color variations and dramatic shadows of the brand’s polymer shake tiles contribute to their beauty, and mimic the appearance of natural shake. One more important thing to consider is the quality of warranty that accompanies the product you select. Before replacing your roof, be sure that your new roof is backed by a limited lifetime warranty. This can save you headaches and expenses down the line. And, check with your insurance company. A new composite roof may be able to save you on homeowner insurance premiums since it is impact- and fire-resistant. When it comes to curb appeal, the importance of a beautiful roof can’t be overstated. But a new roof should do more than appeal to the eye. It should protect your family, and the rest of your house, providing peace of mind for years to come.
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What to Know Before Replacing Your Roof
(Metro Creative Services) Dorothy Gale said “there’s no place like home” in “The Wizard of Oz.” But what about when homes are no longer safe? Household emergencies can occur at any time. When disaster strikes, knowing how to proceed effectively can make a world of difference and potentially save lives. Fortunately it’s easy to prevent or reduce a wide range of household dangers by embracing some simple safety measures. • Accidental falls: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that accidental falls are the leading cause of nonfatal injury among nearly every age group. Roughly three million adults age 65 and older experience falls that result in emergency room visits each year in the United States. Falls can be prevented by removing tripping hazards, installing steady handrails and other supports and adding lighting in and around a home. If a fall should occur, stabilize the limb or injured area of the body and seek medical assistance. • Kitchen fires: The potential for danger exists whenever cooking with heat or over open flames. Kitchen fires may occur, but they don’t have to spread or cause serious issues if fast action is taken. Never use water to put out a grease fire – it will only spread it and make it worse. Cover the fire with a lid to suffocate the flames, or use baking soda to douse the fire. Always have an all-purpose fire extinguisher on hand, and know how to operate it. • Burst pipes: Burst pipes or leaking plumbing can quickly cause major damage in a home. Dwell Residential Group says to locate the water main, which is usually in the basement or garage on the “street side” near the water meter. Turn off the main to save the home and your wallet. Make the water main visible, mark which way is off, and instruct others in the house on how to use it. • Tipping furniture: Tip-over incidents send thousands of people (especially young children) to emergency rooms each year, says the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. Top-heavy items, like dressers, TV stands and televisions, bureaus, and bookcases should be anchored to the wall.
• Unintentional poisoning: People may inadvertently consume household poisons. State Farm advises calling 9-1-1 if the victim is unconscious or not breathing. If the person is alert, consult with the American Association of Poison Control Centers at 1-800-222-1222 (or the Ontario Poison Centre at 1-800-268-9017) and await instructions. Keep the bottle or packaging of the assumed poison on hand and be prepared to discuss symptoms and personal information about the victim.
• Fire or other danger: No one ever thinks an emergency situation necessitating escape from the home will take place. But to play it safe, residents should designate emergency exits that are the quickest and safest ways out of every room in the house. Practice this plan and pick a specific meeting spot outside. Safety at home involves knowing how to act fast in an emergency and how to reduce your risk of being in potentially dangerous situations.
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Common Home Emergencies, and How to Prevent Them
(Metro Creative Services) Beautiful landscaping can add instant curb appeal to a property. But beauty isn’t the only thing that makes idyllic landscaping attractive to homeowners. Some landscaping features, such as shade trees, save homeowners money while adding aesthetic appeal. The U.S. Department of Energy notes that shading is the most cost-effective way to reduce solar heat gain in a home. Shading also cuts air conditioning costs, which tend to be expensive in areas with warm, humid climates. In fact, the DOE notes that well-planned landscapes can reduce unshaded homes’ air conditioning costs by anywhere from 15 to 50 percent. When planting shade trees, one of the first decisions homeowners will need to make is which type of tree, deciduous or evergreen, they want to plant. Deciduous trees are those that seasonally shed their leaves, while evergreens are trees that keep their leaves throughout the year. Deciduous trees can help keep homes cool in the summer by blocking sun, and those same trees can be beneficial in winter after they shed their leaves by letting the sun in and keeping homes warm. But evergreens also can be beneficial in winter by blocking wind,
potentially preventing cold air from making its way into a home through cracks in walls or around windows. When planting shade trees, techniques vary depending on which type of tree homeowners ultimately choose to plant. Planting deciduous trees The DOE says that deciduous trees that are between six and eight feet tall when planted will begin shading the windows of a home within a year of being planted. Depending on the species of the plant and the home, those same deciduous trees may begin shading the roof within five to 10 years of being planted. When planting deciduous trees, homeowners should keep these tips in mind. •Plant trees to the south of the home. When planted to the south of the home, deciduous trees can screen between 70 and 90 percent of the summer sun while still allowing residents to feel summer breezes. • Consider sun angles. Homeowners who want to shade their homes from low afternoon sun angles should plant trees with crowns that are lower to the ground on the west side of their homes.
• Cool air before it reaches your home. Shrubs and groundcover plants can be planted to cool air before it reaches a home. Evergreen trees Planting evergreens to block wind is known as “windbreaking,” which lowers the wind chill near a home. Wind also can be used to cool a home in summer. But these benefits can only be realized when evergreens are strategically planted. • Location, location, location: The DOE advises planting evergreen trees to the north and northwest of the home to stop wind. In addition, to get the most bang for your windbreaking buck, the distance between the home and windbreak should be two to five times the height of the mature tree. • Plant trees on either side of the house. Planting trees on either side of the house will direct cooling winds toward the home in the summer. Shade trees can help homeowners reduce their energy bills, making them valuable and attractive additions to any landscape.
The Benefits of Smart Refrigerators ators might be a curiosity for many homeowners at the moment, they will very likely become a staple of many kitchens in the years to come, as adults become more informed about the ways they can benefit by bringing smart tech into their kitchens. • Smart refrigerators can reduce food waste. Many people have found spoiled food in their refrigerators, and the problem of food waste is considerable across the globe. According to the United Nations Development Program, 20 percent of food purchased in India is discarded, while the Economic Research Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that 133 billion pounds of food are wasted in the United States every year. Smart refrigerators can help reduce food waste by reminding owners of expiration dates, potentially compelling them to make use of food before it needs to be discarded. • Smart refrigerators can simplify grocery shopping. The HBS Digital Initiative, which aims to build community and expertise around digital transformation at
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Thursday Auction: We will begin our sale at 11:00 AM. Feeder cattle first followed by Bred Beef Cows. Slaughter to follow. 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. Monday - Thursday: Accepting Cows and Bulls for Grade and Yield. For your convenience we are taking cattle Sunday evening from 4:00 to 6:00 PM.
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FOR SALE: 23.5 Acres ml VACANT LAND Vernon County, Webster Township on Wemmer Hollow Road between County S and County D about half woods and half open ground. Power near by, unimproved hill road to upper field. Between Viroqua, LaFarge and Westby, WI. Asking $94,900. Wemmer Hollow Road. Call Bill Brooke Realty, Viroqua, WI 608-637-7900.
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The Richland County Fair & Recycling Committee has a Citizen Member vacancy. This vacancy is for a working member of the Committee who will be committed to the vision and mission of this office within Richland County. Applicant must be able to provide strategic direction, work and communicate fully with the Office Coordinator, full committee, other county departments, youth organizations, families and event holders. This Citizen Member must be informed on all issues that affect the work that will need done while holding this position. Some of the duties will consist of but is not limited to working 1 to 2 Recycling Events per year, availability the week prior to the fair in September, the week of the fair and week following along with possible availability during scheduled events held at the grounds. The Member should be able to drive a skidster, lift a minimum of 50lbs, enjoy long hours during the fair and be mechanically inclined. Please understand that these hours needed are not your typical 8-5 and do include evenings and weekends, at times. Applicant shall not be an elected official of Richland County and shall reflect the diversity of the community.
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