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WILLISTON, N.D. – Like it or not, customer service in the Bakken region is challenging due to the extreme and rapid growth of our region. Of course there are still businesses out there providing top-notch service, but the turnover rate, intense need for products and service, and inability to fill open positions has left most of us unable to provide the customer service we once could. Kostas Voutsas has been teaching Management and Human Resource courses for 17+ years. He is a tenured Professor of Business at Dickinson State University (DSU) at the Bismarck campus. He is also an author, a corporate trainer and keynote motivational speaker covering topics in diversity, customer service, workplace conflict, and more. “No matter what you do or who you serve, customer service is a big piece of every business,” states Director for Marketing, Kayla McKeil. “It’s [customer service] something that we always strive to do better and if we were interested in it, we thought other companies in the community might be too.”

The Five Star Customer Service Seminar will be held on the WSC campus on Monday, August 19 in the Teton Grill. The event will run from 4 - 5:30pm and will cost $39 per person or $25 per person for groups of four or more. In this seminar, Voutsas will use real-life-examples of poor customer service. His humorous and exciting delivery will have illustrated how to identify the needs and expectations of internal & external customers;

& develop a personal strategy for improving oral & written communication. To register, call 701.774.4235. If there are any additional questions regarding the Five Star Customer Service Seminar, please contact Kim Wenko at 701.774.6236 or kim.wenko@ willistonstate.edu.


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(BPT) - You might wish that summer could go on and on - until it comes time to recharge your air conditioning system. The cost of the common refrigerant R-22 (also known as Freon), widely used in residential air conditioning systems, has already increased by more than 400 percent in the past 18 months and is expected to go even higher, making air conditioning repairs more costly for many. R-22 has been the refrigerant of choice for residential heat pump and air conditioning systems for more than four decades, but it has been identified as having a negative environmental impact, including contributing to ozone depletion. Under EPA regulations, R-22 is being phased out, with production totally prohibited after 2020. This has added new considerations for homeowners who are considering whether to repair or replace an air conditioning unit. For instance, some refrigerant manufacturers have begun selling cheaper alternatives to R-22, often referred to as “drop-in” replacement refrigerants.

“Lennox, one of the leading air conditioning manufacturers, has conducted research that shows these cheaper alternate refrigerants are not compatible with the lubricating oil used in R-22 units,” says Dave Moody, director of marketing for Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning. “Recharging older air conditioners with these alternative refrigerants may actually damage the system and void your manufacturer’s warranty. As a result, we’ve instructed our 2,500 technicians to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations and use only R-22 when they recharge R-22 systems.” Moody also points out that reclaimed and recycled R-22 is expected to be available to repair existing systems after production ceases in 2020, but as the supply of new R-22 refrigerant continues to be reduced, costs of both new and recycled R-22 refrigerant will increase significantly. All new air conditioning systems now use a more environmentally friendly refrigerant, R410A.-These newer systems offer many benefits, including greater energy efficiency, longer warranty periods and quieter operation, and may prove to be the wiser investment when homeowners are faced with repairing an older system that uses R-22 refrigerant. The Service Experts website at www.serviceexperts.com offers an interactive tool that allows homeowners to see how much they can save on utility bills by year based on the energy-efficiency rating of different new systems. “There is no one-size-fits-all answer about whether to repair or replace your R-22 AC,” says Moody. “It really does depend on the individual family, their home, their lifestyle and their budget. Service Experts technicians are trained to spend considerable time working through all these factors with our customers and help them make the most informed decision, and we’re happy to answer homeowner questions on this topic.”

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It’s up to everyone to take action to help protect our nations’s waterways (BPT) - Did you know that the average American uses 2,000 gallons of water a day - twice the global average? Water is hidden in diets, in the energy used and the products purchased. Every pair of jeans worn or hamburger consumed is created using water in some capacity. That’s why water conservation, no matter where you live, is a global necessity. The Colorado River brings this global issue home. Stretching across seven states, it serves more than 30 million people-- or nearly 10 percent of Americans - for their freshwater needs. But it no longer reaches the sea, with the last 90 miles nearly all dried up. In fact, it was named the “Most Endangered River in America,” by conservation group American Rivers. Many businesses and organizations are setting up water conservation projects and asking for your help for the Colorado River,

among other water efforts. Silk(R), the brand known for its best-selling soymilk, almondmilk and coconutmilk, has joined forces with National Geographic Society, Bonneville Environmental Foundation and Participant Media on Change the Course, a group project to conserve fresh water and preserve the ecological health of the heavily-dammed, diverted and overused Colorado River. To help raise awareness of the Change the Course movement, Silk is challenging people to pledge to reduce water consumption at ReuniteTheRiver.com. Each pledge made will restore 1,000 gallons of water to the Colorado River, working to make the river healthy again. To encourage pledges, Silk enlisted 3-D pavement artist Kurt Wenner to make a visual representation of the depleted Colorado River. The expansive art installation, totaling 32 feet by 64 feet of space, offers a visual understanding of the depleted Colorado River to help raise awareness for water conservation efforts. Unveiled in downtown Chicago in June, the installation drew hordes of people and led to nearly 1,000 new pledges. In addition to efforts by businesses such as Silk, homeowners can also help contribute to water conservation efforts by making simple lifestyle changes such as: * Appliance use - The toilet, washing machine and dishwasher are among the highest water-consuming appliances in a household. Only run the washing machine and dishwasher when full to make the most use of the water being consumed. Manufacturers of these appliances have made great strides in developing new technologies that consume less water. For example, there are toilets that use less than two gallons of water per flush.

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LONG POND, Pa. -- Brad Keselowski pulled his car into the garage, rolled it up to the lift gate of his team’s hauler and climbed out. He walked around the red No. 2 Ford, taking stock of its appearance. Keselowski, the defending NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion, knew what was underneath the sheetmetal. How the outside fared after 400 miles around Pocono Raceway was another matter. Seemingly satisfied, he made a second lap around the vehicle, patting various teammates on the back and shoulder, offering thanks for their efforts. “I’m just ready to go home,” the Penske Racing driver said moments later. It was a long weekend for Keselowski, but not exactly a disappointing one. On Saturday, he had flown to Iowa to compete in the NASCAR Nationwide Series race, which he won. On Sunday, he battled back from a loss of track position to finish sixth in the GoBowling.com 400. Keselowski is winless this year after 21 Cup races, but only seven points outside the top 10 in the standings. After a run of seven top-10 finishes in the first eight races this year, the team is trying to rediscover the magic -- six of

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“You can look at all kinds of things throughout the day, but that stop certainly set our track position … for the rest of the race,” he said. “There wasn’t enough strategy left to play to get that back.”

At Pocono, Keselowski worked his way from 11th to first, and led five times for 14 laps. Several of those came during a run of varying pit cycles among the leaders, but such was the case for many of those out front, depending on when they elected to hit pit road. The key for Keselowski, however, came shortly after the day’s fifth caution for a single-car accident involving David Stremme. Second to eventual race winner Kasey Kahne at the time, Keselowski and crew chief Paul Wolfe elected to stop for four tires and fuel. Others stayed out, or took only two tires. When the race resumed with 61 laps remaining, Keselowski’s red machine was 15th, and a yellow four laps later “killed our strategy,” he said. “We caught that one yellow at the worst possible time with probably 50 or 60 laps to go,” Keselowski said, “and we pitted for four tires; we were still going to be OK. “But then we caught another yellow … it put us behind and we couldn’t recover. … Damn. We were just a little bit short.”

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On the whole he said, it was a “blue-collar day” for the Penske teams. “Decent finishes and nothing to be too concerned about speed-wise with most of the field.” There are, he noted, a handful of cars “that are pretty hard to keep up with.” Hendrick Motorsports drivers swept the top two spots (Kahne and Jeff Gordon finished 1-2, respectively), while teammate Dale Earnhardt Jr. was fifth. And it took a problem with the right-front tire to slow Jimmie Johnson, who led 43 laps before the failure. “They’re doing a pretty good job,” Geisler acknowledged. “And those are the ones we’ve got to beat.”


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Contributed | NASCAR.com IN THE GREEN Kasey Kahne (Change: Ninth to eighth) The one-place change in the points standing isn’t what Kahne will take out of Pocono Raceway. Although he moved up to eighth, the driver of the No. 5 Chevrolet more importantly increased his victory total this year from one to two by winning the GoBowling.com 400. Two wins should be enough for Kahne to punch his ticket into the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, regardless of whether or not he stays in the top 10. Jeff Gordon (Change: 10th to ninth) Perhaps opposite from his Hendrick Motorsports teammate Kasey Kahne, moving up to ninth place in the standings was an important development for Jeff Gordon. Gordon, who turned 42 Sunday and was looking for a birthday breakthrough, finished second at Pocono. The finish slightly stung, because Gordon was the leader on a late restart. The No. 24 team needs wins, but if it doesn’t get them, climbing higher in the standings is of equal importance. With no victories to fall back on, Gordon put another space between him and the cut-off line for the 10 automatic bids into NASCAR’s postseason. Brad Keselowski (Change: 13th to 12th) Any more questions about Keselowski running double duty this weekend? It’s hard to imagine the past three days going any better for the defending series champion -- except, of course, for a win at Pocono. But Keselowski did get a win at Pocono, of sorts. Ryan Blaney won the Camping World Truck Series race on Saturday afternoon, giving Keselowski a win as a team owner. The champ then flew to Iowa and won the Nationwide Series race later Saturday night. Sunday’s sixth-place finish capped

a pretty remarkable weekend and perhaps reinvigorated the team after a 21st-place finish last week at Indianapolis. And more than gaining one spot in the standings, Keselowski cut his deficit behind the 10th-place driver (currently Greg Biffle) to seven points. IN THE RED Greg Biffle (Change: eighth to 10th) This is how tight things have gotten. Greg Biffle earned a top-10 at Pocono by finishing 10th, and he lost two spots in the standings. The Biff has a win in his back pocket should he fall out of the top 10, but even that doesn’t make him a postseason lock with so many other drivers running well and challenging for victories. Next week’s road-course race at Watkins Glen International could deliver a major shakeup to everyone. Martin Truex Jr. (Change: 12th to 14th) Truex Jr. recovered from a poor qualifying effort to finish 15th Sunday afternoon. Still, it must have been frustrating for Truex to see so many drivers near him in the standings notch strong finishes. Truex Jr. holds onto the second and final Wild Card spot for now, but Ryan Newman -- who also has a win -- is right behind him in the standings

after finishing fourth Sunday. If Brad Keselowski or Kurt Busch finally break through and win in the next two weeks, Truex Jr. could see himself out of the Chase. Matt Kenseth (Change: Sixth to seventh) This is purely semantics. The points positions didn’t change all that much following a steady Pocono performance from most of the circuit’s top drivers. So yes, Matt Kenseth lost one spot in the standings after being involved in a wreck on the opening lap. He’s still 26 points above eighth-place Kasey Kahne, and he still has four victories this season. He’ll almost certainly be the No. 1 or No. 2 seed when the Chase starts.


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Buying a car: new or used, that is the question

(BPT) - Conventional wisdom says that a new car will always cost you more than a used one. Why? There’s a higher price tag and you have to face the depreciation that comes when you drive off the dealer’s lot. Previously, if you were looking to save money, used vehicles were thought to be the best option. However, as supply may not be meeting demand, conventional wisdom may not hold true.-

ries, jacking up prices. Additionally, the 2009 Cash for Clunkers program also removed more than a million used cars from the market.

buying new.”- Other benefits of buying used: * Someone else paid for the depreciation

“It’s all about supply and demand,” says Olsen. “Low supply means car shoppers * Often there is leftover warranty coverage can expect to pay a premium for a used car that would usually be affordable, since Another trend that makes buying used an new cars are so much more plentiful.” intriguing option is the proliferation of certified pre-owned programs. The idea “Several years ago, we would have ad- While used-car prices have dropped a started with luxury brands, but today, vised shoppers to go the used route in or- little in recent months, they remain high most manufacturers have these programs. compared to his- der to save money, but in the current torical standards. Aside from looking “Consumers can be assured that they are economic state, just at cost, experts getting a great car when buying through used car prices like Olsen, say that a certified program,” says Olsen. “Only have skyrocketed, buying new or used newer, low-mileage cars are usually inwhich could make has many different cluded, and they have to undergo a rigorbuying new just benefits. as economical,” ous inspection by the manufacturer to be says Patrick Olsen, considered for the program.” Some of the advaneditor-in-chief of tages to buying a Certified vehicles are normally covered by Cars.com. new car: a new warranty that extends beyond the Experts suggest that the sluggish econooriginal factory warranty. There are also my pushed more people out of the new- * Reduced maintenance expense, largely sometimes special low-financing options car market and into the used-car market. because of warranty coverage for certified vehicles. This resulted in a strain on used invento* Free roadside assistance What the future holds for the great new or used debate remains uncertain, but the 701 572 9811 Master Lease Available * Often lower financing charges, which improving economy has resulted in recan be spread over a longer loan term cord-breaking new-car sales in 2013. Newly Remodeled Rooms Cable TV with 220 Channels * Peace of mind knowing that you are “This means that, in theory, the supply of High Speed Internet 5527 HWY 85 the first owner used cars should go back to normal, and Microwaves and Refrigerators Williston, ND 58801 buying used should once again be cheaper * That unique feeling of owning some- than buying new,” Olsen says. Prices are based on single occupancy and do not include taxes. $69.99 Fri-Sun Must mention this ad at check in. Not valid with other offers or thing brand-new 99 on holidays. Based on availability. Mon-Thu $89. On the contrary, there is a definite case to be made for buying used. “If you aren’t married to the idea of buying a new car, used vehicles also offer some great benefits,” says Olsen. “The top perk remains affordability. Buying used can often let buyers drive a nicer, more luxurious car than they could afford if

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Three simple ideas for creative amazing cheese platters (BPT) - An order of “extra cheese” is commonly heard in restaurants across the United States. In fact, this delectable dairy treat is enjoyed by people all around the world. The flavors and textures of different cheeses make a cheese tray the perfect appetizer to please a group of guests and showcase your personal style as well. And creating an interesting cheese platter is easier than you think with a few tips and tricks. Here are three unique platter ideas that are sure to impress at your next party:

Create a “Tour of Europe” platter and wow your guests with an offering that will pique their curiosity and delight their taste buds. French cheeses like brie and camembert offer a soft texture with a memorable flavor. From there take your guests to Holland and Denmark, for blue cheese, extra-aged Gouda or the salty, nutty flavor of Edam. Add flags to your cheese offerings denoting each one’s nationality. Your guests will quickly tour the continent and try them all.

Plate pairings: A tour of Europe will offer your guests many dif1. The cheddar ferent tastes and flight. Wine isn’t several beveragthe only thing that es can be paired gets better with age. with this plate Offer your guests including stouts, a plate of deliports and cabcious, aged chedernets. If you’re dar cheese. Black looking to add Creek’s premium another country cheddar cheese -is to your tour, visit available aged nine www.dcicheesemonths, two or three years and features a co.com/cheese/region for a variety of ideas. richly-sharp flavor. To create this platter, present the cheese on a cutting board, and al- 3. Flavor within flavor. If you want to offer a low your guests to cut their own. Adorn each cheese plate with a look and feel all its own, variety with number-shaped birthday candles Great Midwest flavored jacks and cheddars to show their ages. For example, use a “9” for are the perfect answer. Each cheese’s natural the nine-month offering. If you would like to flavor is complemented with the addition of serve your cheddar in cubes, cut the cubes flavor infusions ranging from sweet (blueberin different sizes, start small at nine months ries) to spicy (jalapeños) to savory (horseradand get bigger as you reach three years. ish). Offer your guests a tray featuring fruitfilled cheeses on one side and spicy cheeses Plate pairings: Aged cheddar isn’t only a - loaded with jalapenos, habaneros or chidelectable treat, it is also a wonderful part- potle - on the other. Garnish with the fresh ner for a variety of wine and beer pairings. versions of the appropriate fruits or peppers. A full-bodied merlot will complement your Your guests will love your presentation and cheddar cheese plate perfectly, and your the beautiful colors such a platter provides. guests will also enjoy pairing this cheese with a zinfandel, stout or brandy. Plate pairings: A plate of flavored jacks and cheddars offers guests several different tastes 2. Tour of Europe. Italy is known for its many and is perfectly complemented by a wide archeeses, but what about France, Denmark ray of beers. If you plan on serving a plate or Holland? You may not know much about featuring spicy cheeses, offer your guests a the cheeses available from these countries riesling or iced tea as well. and chances are your guests don’t either.

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1 The Northwest Youth Assessment Center provides 24-hour attendant care and detention services for at-risk youth ages 12-18. A Youth Care Attendant performs general duties to meet the needs of Center residents including meal se Reflectx Services is looking for an individu2 al who is currently licensed or pursuing licensure in their desired state as a Occupational Therapist / OT . An occupational therapist develops a plan of care for each occupational therapy patient and provides skilled occupational therapy services. #1142535 3 Apply online at: workforceconnection.com/

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work out of the Dickinson office to get trained and then warnings and citations for States Attorney’s ofmove to the Killdeer office once the training is done. fice, attends county planning and zoning board Must be enthusiastic, ready to work and MUST have... meetings upon request. Job Service: 319380. 12 Preparing, sorting, and organizing delivery tickets for invoicing. Invoicing in a fast paced office environment. Able to multi task. Basic computor skills for data entry required. Experience with Excel (spreadsheet) and word processing programs. Basic math skills and attention to detail. Good organization skills with experience in filing. Good communication skills: will communicate with drivers, customers, managment and other staff members. Must be able to sit for extended periods of time, working at a

4 h t t p s : / / w w w . n d w o r k forceconnection.com/ #1098809 Job Type: Travel Contract Physical Ther5 apy Assistant / PTA ---> Paid Time Off, Bonuses & CEs***Ask About Our Guaranteed Assignment Locations!***New Grads Welcome! When you work with Medical Staffing Network (MSN), great pay is just the beginning. At MSN, your happiness is the lifeline of our company. To apply visit ndworkforceconnection.com. 1118171

16 We are looking for an Office Assistant in our Williston, ND Office. The person in this position is responsible for customer relations on the phone and with the team members in our new Williston, ND office. The person in this position also has administrative support responsibilities within Warren Transport and affiliated companies. We are looking for a professional, friendly individual with a degree in Accounting or Finance, a minimum of one year of office experience who is proficient in the use of the Microsoft products – specifically Excel, Word and Outlook. Responsibilities may include some collections, recordkeeping and filing. Benefits available after three months of employment include: comprehensive health, dental, vision & life insurance and participation in the 401k retirement plan is available following six months. You must be able to pass a background check and a drug test. Wages will be discussed by the employer. If you are looking for a growth position with a company that truly cares about the employees, we want to hear from you. Apply on-line at www.warrentranansport-mt.com EOE 17 To apply: Apply online at www.keyenergy.com. NWJL OILFIELD 296115

6 Tri-State Rehabs' excellent compensation and benefits program awaits the Physical Therapist candidate seeking a 13-Week Travel Contract. https://www. ndworkforceconnection.com/ #1087032 7 Capital Nursing Solutions' excellent compensation and benefits program awaits the Labor and Delivery Nurse candidate seeking a 13-Week Travel Contract. https://www. ndworkforceconnection.com/ #1086743 8 We are currently seeking a part time second shift RN to staff an Occupational Health Clinic in Williston, North Dakota. This challenging and rewarding position offers a different pace and experience than traditional hospital based medical treatment. The ideal candidate should be motivated to positively impact the health outcomes of the persons they treat. This is a Monday through Friday position. Interested candidates, please send your resume to the attention of Human Resources at aoh.hr@allonehealth.com or by fax: (339) 645-2550. www.allonehealth.com

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computor. Ability to review and comprehend all necessary reports and documentation. Apply on line at http://www.bradytruckinginc.com OILFIELD 325291

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13 On e of the largest oilfield services companies, Weatherford is seeking a Sales Representative for Reciprocating Rod Lift. JD Edwards experience preferred. Apply at http://www.aplitrak. com. North Dakota Job Service number 322779.

18 Warren Transport is seeking night shift dispatcher to work in our new Williston, ND office. The successful candidate will be familiar with the ND area and have previous experience coordinating and dispatching trucks to the appropriate rig locations. Minimum skills include 2 yrs. previous OTR or regional trucking dispatch experience along with DOT experience in the Western states, strong verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills, strong office skills in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook and hands-on experience with mileage software and Rig Data information. Must be a team player and be able to multi-task sales and service projects, administrative paperwork such as truck tickets and invoicing and be able to work well under stress, despite numerous interruptions. Benefits available after three months of employment include: comprehensive health, dental & life insurance and participation in the 401k retirement plan is available following six months. Affordable housing/ housing allowance is available through the company. Wages will be discussed by the employer. Please submit applications to: jgarrett@warrentran.com, fax to Warren Transport 406-245-3232 or mail to Warren Transport, PO Box 22745, Billings, MT 59104.

14 American State Bank & Trust Company of Williston has an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Trust Account Executive. This is a rewarding opportunity for an individual who is self-motivated, possesses a positive attitude, has excellent 19 Perform administrative functions in accommunication skills and enjoys helping customers. cordance with policies determined by or in con10 Apply online at: https://www.nd- To apply visit ndworkforceconnection.com. 308921 junction with management. Provide general administrative and clerical support including, but not workforceconnection.com/ #1088505 15 Conducts site inspections related to limited to, billing, accounts payable, and monthly 11 A company in Dickinson is looking to hire a planning and Zoning application or complaints reports. Please apply at: https://careers.weathtrucking administrative assistant to work out of their may assist with site visits and code investiga- erford.com/psc/EREC/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/ Killdeer office. The person that fills this position will tions matters. May assist with preparing written HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_ 9 Capital Allied Solutions' excellent compensation and benefits program awaits the Medical Technologist candidate seeking a 13-Week Travel Contract. https://www. ndworkforceconnection.com/ #1086666


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JOB_DTL&Action=A&HRS_PERSON_ID=0&- number on the fritolayemployment website. FurJobOpeningId=25197&SiteId=1&PostingSeq=1 ther information, job descriptions and process are detailed on the website. If you have any ques20 Candidates should have at least 2 years Ad- tions, please contact Hugh Ward at 763-432ministrative background. Wage depends on expe- 6043 or via email at hugh.d.ward@pepsico.com. rience; starts at $16.00 per hour. Microsoft Word 26 Now accepting resumes for a Route Sales and Excel experience is a plus. Must have at least Driver in the Williston area. Responsibilities in6 months applicable experience to apply. Appli- clude ordering, loading, and selling bakery products cations may be sent in any of the following ways: to grocery stores, restaurants, and other businesses Apply in person at 417 1st Avenue East, Williston; in the Williston area. The successful candidate will Email to june@exsvcs.com; Fax to 701-572-9181. need to pass a DOT physical and drug screen, be able to lift up to 75 pounds, and have an acceptable driv21 ActionLink's Core Values are Passion, Re- ing record. spect, Humility, Collaboration, and Excellence. To Any questions about this position can be directed to that end, we seek team members with a passion for Brad Bolin at 701-235-5595 ext 15. To be considered what they do, the quality of treating others with re- for this position you MUST MAIL your resume to: spect, an understanding of the importance of humilPan-O-Gold Baking Co/FGO-13-011 ity, a desire to work in a collaborative environment, 444 E St Germain St and a proven history of excellence. Our business has St Cloud MN 56304 grown and evolved, but our mission has remained Deadline to apply is 08/14/13 (EEO/AA Employer) constant from our humble beginnings in 1996. It’s what sets us apart; it’s what helps us create results; 27 Generate business and increase revenues at it’s what makes ActionLink a dynamic – even fun – the region level through sales of Weatherford products place to work: and it’s something we remind ourSelf-employed? selves every single day. By hiring and empowering We can minimize talented and ambitious people and providing them your taxes. with the newest and most insightful training techniques and methods, we’re ideally suited to find 701.774.1286 • email: joe@willistonCPA.com the business solution that meets our clients’ exact needs – and fuels their success, now and into the We Sell Belts, Sheaves, Hubs, Hydraulic Fittings, Hoses, & More! future. If you would like to be part of this dynamic, growing company, visit our website at www.action4327 4th Ave West, Williston, Nd P:701-572-9835/F:701-572-5321 link.com/careers.aspx to complete an application! Email:Founditnow1@Yahoo.Com Oil & Agriculture M-F -7am To 6pm • Sat- 9am-5pm On Call Emergencies With Fee Industries 22 The ideal candidate for this position will have: At least 5 years of sales experience and a proven track record, At least 3 recent years experience in and services by following designed sales objectives, Industrial Distribution, The ability to be self- moti- policies, and programs to achieve maximum sales at vated and performance driven, The ability to effec- the highest possible return. Please apply at: https:// tively manage their time, Excellent verbal and writ- careers.weatherford.com/psc/EREC/EMPLOYEE/ ten communication skills, and a college degree or a HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_ combination of college and experience is preferred. CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&HRS_PERSON_ID=0&Apply in person at 4323 4th Ave W, Williston, ND or JobOpeningId=25202&SiteId=1&PostingSeq=1 provide an online resume on the Job Service website, jobsnd.com. OILFIELD 325329 NWJL 28 Do you enjoy the challenge of discovering just the right part or solution for a customer&r23 Develops new prospects and interacts with squo;s need? Are you proactive in asking quesexisting commercial customers to increase sales of tions and recommending solutions as well as adthe company's products and/or services. Responsible ditional related products? Do you thrive in a fast for increasing awareness of the company and the fea- paced environment where your organization, eftures and benefits of sales and training programs of- ficiency, and customer service skills... To apply fered. Acquires new commercial customers within the visit ndworkforceconnection.com. 561744023 assigned trading area. # JHS1JX6TJJDJLMCN688 29 $1000 Sign-On bonus being offered. 24 Field Sales Pay Rate $75,000-$85,000 a To be eligible must be a new hire to AT&T for year (Plus Incentives) Benefits: Yes Location: Bak- this specific store location and hired between ken/Rockies Region Major Responsibilities: · Re- 10/29/12 and 4/30/13. https://www.ndworksponsible for representing the Company directly forceconnection.com/ #J3F2946W5D11NP482YS to customers and potential customers . #36587 30 PTI Group USA, LLC is currently seek25 All applicants must apply on line at www. ing interested candidates for the position of fritolayemployment.com. Enter zip code 58801 to Sales Lead to cover new operating regions in access available positions, following the prompts. Williston, ND. This position is field based and Individuals who wish to request a reasonable ac- requires field travel to customer offices and commodation will find a link, as well as a phone operating sites in the region. https://www.ndwork-

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Sherwin-Williams, ranked among Fortune 31 Magazines Top 100 Companies to Work For, has a Full Time Customer Service/Sales Associate Position available in our Williston, North Dakota location. In this position, you will assist wholesale and retail customers, provide decorating/color recommendations, perform administrative duties, tint and mix paint, maintain store displays and inventory, and deliver products. https://www.ndworkforceconnection.com/ #JHT63V68H9HSWYZ8V9T 32 Zachry Construction Corporation is seeking Oilers or lubrication technicians for projects throughout the United States. This person will be responsible for checking fluid levels (fuel, grease and oil) and performing preventive maintenance (lubrication, oil changes, oil/air filters and oil samples) on all heavy equipment used on the projects. The oiler must also safely operate a lube/grease truck to dispense lubricants to construction equipment. Must be able to take direction and accurately log daily activities such as oil changes, samples, fuel usage etc. This job description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by people assigned to this job description. The job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties and skills required for this position. https://zachry-openhire.silkroad.com/ epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.dspjob&jobid=276&company_id=16281&version=3&loc=US&jobBoardId=1112 33 Equipment Maintenance Opening. Will be responsible for maintenance and repair of line equipment, support machinery and support equipment. Must have strong mechanical ability and at least 1 year of mechanical experience. Wage is negotiable depending on experience. Will work approximately 55-60 hours per week. 90 day pro 34 "All applicants must complete the application form found at http://www.cityofwilliston.com/usrfiles/Job_Application.pdf and submit by email to josilynb@ci.williston.nd.us or mail to PO Box 2437, Williston, ND, 58802-2437 or apply in person at 809 5th St E, Williston, ND, 58801. To be granted veterans preference, the required forms, letters, or certificates must be submitted with the application. The City of Williston does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, genetics, religion, age, or disability in employment or the provision of services and complies with the provisions of the North Dakota Human Rights Act. The City of Williston is an Equal Employment Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer." 35 Application forms are on the City of Williston website listed above. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled and may be submitted at Job Service, at Public Works, 809 5th Street East, Williston ND, or may be faxed to (701) 577-6360, or emailed to josilynb@ci.williston.nd.us. For more information, call 577-6368. To be grant-


PAGE 14 ed veterans preference, the required forms, letters, or certificates must be submitted with the application. The City of Williston does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, genetics, religion, age, or disability in employment or the provision of services, and complies with the provisions of the North Dakota Human Rights Act. The City of Williston is an Equal Employment Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer.

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be the opportunity you have been looking for. Please 50 Safely install, remove, repair, assemble, send resumes to: Anders4@sosemploymentgroup. disassemble, and test Wellhead equipment (cascom Or call 801-924-5253 for more information ing heads, casing spools, tubing heads, valves, etc.) in shop, onshore, and offshore environments 42 Great pay benefits and day bonus- in accordance with Weatherford and Original es. Call 405-222-7180 and ask for Debra. Equipment Manufacturer procedures. https:// #25428 43 Responsible for performing truck repair and www.ndworkforceconnection.com/ maintenance work as assigned in accordance with the 51 Put your desire for doing oilfield work the dealership and factory standards . Oversees work of right way - safely, securely and efficiently - to work apprentice technician assigned to them. Various days for you as a Halliburton Level One Operator Assistant and hours available. To be considered, please apply in our Surface Solutions Division. In this entry-level online at http:/www.spherion.com/Bismarck. If you position you will assist in the rig-up and rig-down of have any questions please contact Rachelle Johnson Baroid Surface Solutions service equipment on-site. at rachellejohnson@spherion.com. Applicants that You will help in the operation of solids control and do not follow the above format will not be considered. waste management equipment such as centrifuges,

36 HELMERICH & PAYNE International Drilling Co. is currently seeking Electricians to work in our US Land operations in Dickinson, ND. A successful electrician candidate will have 3 to 5 years of prior electrical or electronic controls experience, an industrial control background and computer skills. We ofMINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS; High fer competitive wages and benefits package. https:// 44 www.ndworkforceconnection.com/ #93c27abe61 School Graduate, Mathematical and mechanical aptitude. Must be certifiable in all applicable governmenApply online at: https://www.nd- tal compliance programs. Must possess a Commer37 workforceconnection.com/ #370496 cial Drivers License (CDL) with hazardous materials Construction Foreman- Tioga, ND- Con- certification and be able to qualify for DOT. Mini38 tinental Resources, Inc. is seeking a Construc- mum of 6 months Wireline experience is required. tion Foreman to supervise field operations as- https://www.ndworkforceconnection.com/ #22737 sociated with building and reclaiming drilling locations and roads. To discover how to apply for this position create an account at https://www. ndworkforceconnection.com. Job #644636.

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45 JOB SCOPE: PROVIDE BASIC REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT UNDER DIRECT SUPERVISON. PERFORM GENERAL HOUSEKEEPING FUNCTIONS AS NEEDED. SOS Staffing is a primary staffing pro- LEARN BASIC FUNCTIONS OF EQUIPMENT 39 vider for the majority of leading Oil and Gas ser- AND PROCESSES IN THE WORKSHOP. https:// #25750 vice companies across the USA. This is a great full www.ndworkforceconnection.com/ time opportunity for a Lab Technician in the Oil & 46 Minimum Qualifications: 1. Over 2 years Gas Field. (Lab experience is required.) Pay will be up to and including 4 years from post high school, $16.00 per hour and an excellent benefit package work, military, institutional or vocational environincludes paid holidays, medical, dental, vision, re- ment in mechanic field or maintaining road contirement plans, and stock options is offered. For struction equipment with demonstrated mechanical consideration, please go to the link provided. Can- knowledge to diagnose component, troubleshoot, didates will be required to fill out a position sur- repair, communicate and document. 2. Mechanical vey and on-line application www.sosstaffing.com experience - diesel engine/heavy equipment preferred. 3. Provide and maintain proper licensure, 40 Mechanic- Power Fuels is recognized a one medical card and acceptable driving record. https:// of the leading oilfield transportation companies in www.ndworkforceconnection.com/ #18c36c86aa the Williston Basin area. We are currently looking Safely performs all duties associated with for Diesel Mechanics to be based in Western North 47 the construction, operation, and maintenance of Dakota. The mechanic is responsible for diagnosing, electric distribution and transmission systems. Rerepairing, and maintaining the continual readiness sponds to emergencies, scheduled and unschedof the Power Fuels fleet for oilfield operations (i.e. uled overtime, after hour calls, and customer comengines, power trains, hydraulics, fuel systems, powplaints. Nothing in this job summary restricts er generations, electrical codes, etc.).In addition, this management’s right to assign or reassign duties position is also responsible for maintaining records for parts used, etc. Must have High School Diploma, and responsibilities to this job at any time. https:// #4de016fefa GED, or trade school equivalent. Ability to read and www.ndworkforceconnection.com/ understand materials commonly used in the prod48 Live line maintenance using Barehand/ uct, service, and maintenance function. Strong verHot Stick procedures on BEPC 115kV, 230kV and bal and written communication skills. Must have 345kV transmission lines. Wood pole, steel pole 1-3 years of experience, knowledge of hydraulic and lattice tower up to 500kV construction. https:// and other systems, knowledge of CAT & Cummins www.ndworkforceconnection.com/ #401497 Certified, own your own tools, be dependable and responsible. Apply online at www.powerfuels.com 49 Live line maintenance using Barehand/ Hot Stick procedures on BEPC 115kV, 230kV and Looking for experienced and non-experi41 345kV transmission lines. Wood pole, steel pole enced flux core welders. You will be working in a Inand lattice tower up to 500kV construction. https:// dustrial/warehouse environment. If you are looking www.ndworkforceconnection.com/ #403197 to join a solid, reputable oil and gas company this could

vacuums and pressure washing equipment. On the job you will learn the proper way to perform pretrip and post-trip vehicle inspections and associated paperwork and reports. This job puts you outside and in position for rewarding possibilities. https:// www.ndworkforceconnection.com/ #00233980

52 Requirements: Level I: Must possess a working knowledge of gas operations at a level normally acquired through a two-year degree with strong technical emphasis or related experience, including a minimum of two years experience in the construction or maintenance of related facilities. Ability to work with potential customers and outside entities, including municipalities and utilities. Level II: Must meet Level I requirements and must have four years experience as an engineer associate. Employee's job assignment/location must require demonstration of skills, knowledge and ability to recognize matters needing attention and to initiate action on that recognition. Must have excellent working knowledge of company practices, procedures as well as state and federal requirements and understand policies, practices and precedents to exercise sound judgment in handling or referring non-routine situations. Level III: Must meet Level I & Level II requirements and must possess a working knowledge of gas operations normally acquired through a four-year degree in engineering or a business related discipline or eight years of related work experience; and two years experience in the construction or maintenance of electric or gas facilities. Provides operations direction and expertise as needed within the District/Region. https://www.ndworkforceconnection.com/ #1356 53 " C & S String Up has an immediate need for an Oilfield Laborer.This position will assist coworkers with installing/repairing wire rope on drilling and workover rigs. Great oilfield job - Excellent pay! Skills/Abilities: Must have a drivers license and clean driving record; Mostly day work, but may be nights in emergency situations; Employer will train. Only applicants with the following traits should apply: hard worker, mechanically inclined, willing to put in the hours to get the work done, be on-call, not afraid of heights. Housing is not available through this employer. To apply: Call Jeremy at 701-609.0075." 54 Must be organized, detail oriented, self motivated, able to work in fast faced environment, and


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able to work under pressure. Must have good com- Opportunity Employer. Apply online or at the North puter skills, with ability to do data entry and look Dakota Job Service. Job Service Number 322962. up parts. Excellent familiarity with truck and trailer 59 One of the largest oilfield services comparts. Job ID 324020 apply at job service panies, Weatherford operates in more than 100 55 Set up and operate a variety of machine tools countries and employs more than 50,000 people to produce precision parts and instruments. Includes worldwide. With a product and service portfolio precision instrument makers who fabricate, modify, that spans the life cycle of a well- drilling, evaluaor repair mechanical instruments. May also fabricate tion, completion, production and intervention- and and modify parts to make or repair machine tools or a robust research and development effort, we are maintain industrial machines, applying knowledge well positioned to meet the ever-evolving needs of of mechanics, shop mathematics, metal properties, the oil and gas industry. Apply on line at http:// layout, and machining procedures. Follow machin- www.weatherford.jobs. NWJL OILFIELD 296085 ing procedures in accordance with supervisor’s recEbel is currently seeking a Journeyman ommendations in accordance with IESS Safety and 60 Electrician for the Tioga area and the Williston area. Policy Procedures. This person will be responsible to install, maintain and repair electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures. Submit a completed company application to: All work completed shall comply with national elecIndustrial Equipment Sales & Service trical codes in a professional workmanship manner 314 42nd Street West of the industry. He/She shall trouble-shoot all types Williston, ND 58801 of electrical systems for their proper operations and Email: eturner@iessinc.com must adhere to all safety guidelines and rules of the 56 Safety Administrator Position opened with company to minimize risk. Applicant must have proof BOH, Inc. Seeking a Safety Technician with 3+ years of Journeyman license of North Dakota or reciprocal of oil field safety experience. The candidate will be license ability of North Dakota. For more informaresponsible for the promotion of exceptionally safe tion on applying, please call Jon at 701.774.3235. teamwork with the operations teams stationed at cus- 61 The following job description is an outline tomer work sites as well as central office. Apply by send- for a Shop Helper. It is intended to serve as a guide ing resume to dave@baroverhat.com . NWJL 322777 for expected job performance. Duties and Respon57 Ebel is currently seeking an Apprentice sibilities include but not limited to: Helping techniElectrician for the Tioga area and the Williston area. cians with repairs; Organization; Parts receiving and This person will be responsible for assisting in the stocking; Parts pick up; Vehicle washing. Required installation, maintenance and repair of electrical Skills/Experience: Some mechanical knowledge is an wiring, equipment, and fixtures. All work complet- asset; Must be able to perform physical work; Must ed shall comply with national electrical codes in a have a valid driver's license and feel comfortable professional workmanship manner of the indus- driving large vehicles. Critical Expectations: Must try. He/She shall help trouble-shoot all types of be able to work as a part of a team and treat othelectrical systems for their proper operations and er co-workers with respect and appreciate a diverse must adhere to all safety guidelines and rules of multi-cultural environment; Desire to learn new the company to minimize risk. Prior experience things and upgrade knowledge. Any job that your is preferred, but not required. For more informa- manager requests to be done, must be done RIGHT tion on applying, please call Jon at 701.774.3235. AWAY; Drug Screening Required. $15 plus (Depending on Experience). Contact: Vern Hyatt, Divi58 Knife River- North Dakota Division is look- sion Manager -- Harper Companies; (701) 541-4390. ing for a Gravel Foreman, Full Time-Seasonal. ReWhite Mountain Operating, Inc is looking sponsible to safetly supervise and coordinate activi- 62 for experienced and qualified Auger Drillers and ties of workers engaged in grading and efficiently run Driller Helpers. Housing Available. Soilmac SR30 the gravel/base operation; produce quality gravel/ Experienc preferred. CDL is required. Must be able base in timely manner. Over 3 years experience in to lift 75 pounds, bend, reach, stoop, and stand and product line. Salary DOE, Benifits include 401(k), climb to fulfull job duties. 14 days on 7 days off. To Dental, Medical, and vacation. Knife River is an Equal

PAGE 15 apply submit resume at www.wmoperating.com. No phone calls, walk-ins, or incomplete applications will be accepted. Job Order Number 322838. 63 Hughes Concrete Pumping is looking for a concrete pumper for Scwhing and/or Putzmeister concrete pumps. Will operate 32-47 meter boom pumps. Year round work. 1 year of experience preferred and at least 2 years of driving experience. Must have a Class A or B CDL, no endorsements required. Must be at least 21 years of age. Benefit package available. Drug testing is mandatory. 50 - 70 hrs a week. Home every night. Wage depends on experience. APPLY: Website www.dhughesconstruction.com or email a generic application to mitch@dhughesconstruction.com or call 701-5726707. Job Service generic application to Job Service, 422 1st Ave. W, PO Box 1599, Williston, ND, 58802 or fax to 701-774-7925 or email to infojswl@nd.gov. 64 "Myers' Napa Auto Parts has an immediate openings for tool stocker. Full time and part time positions available. Requirements: Must be 18 years of age; Will stock supplies, inventory, etc. Additional Information: Flexible schedule with work hours between 7AM and 7PM Mon - Friday and 8AM to 5PM Sat; Will work around students schedule for part-time positions; Lots of overtime available for full-time position; Starting wage $14 to $17 per hour, monthly increases based on performance; Benefit package available after one year. To apply: Apply in person & ask to see Jeremy, for an interview at Myers' Napa Auto Parts, 1915 2nd Ave W, Williston, ND. " Skills Needed: General carpenter skills 65 required; Know all phases of construction; Independent work on their own. Benefits Package: Medical, Dental, 401 K; Paid Weekly; Offer per diem. Forty hour work week. Year round work. APPLY: In person at 3204 29th St West Williston ND. (Harvest Hills Development) Ask for Aaron. 66 UPS is hiring individuals to work as parttime Package Handlers. This is a physical, fast-paced position that involves continual lifting, lowering and sliding packages that typically weigh 25 - 35 lbs. and may weigh up to 70 lbs. Part-time employees usually work 3 ½ - 4 hours each weekday. https:// www.ndworkforceconnection.com/ #7319367 67 Minimum Qualifications: 1. Over 2 years up to and including 4 years from post high school, work, military, institutional or vocational envi-

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80 Yoh has a direct hire opportunity for a Journeyman Electrician to join our client in Williston, ND. Our client is a nationally recognized company with excellent benefits, long-term permanent work, 75 Duties include: Shop work will include and heavy overtime projected. They are seeking‌ building/ assembling cables for a wide variety of cli- Five plus (5+) years of Electrician work; preferably ents. Rigging/ lifting cables. Help with spooling wire electrical install in oil and gas fields. North Dakoline cable. General shop maintenance. Field work re- ta Journeyman License highly desired; Apprentice quires traveling to locations with trainer, and servic- Electricians pursuing North Dakota Journeyman h t t p s : / / w w w . n d w o r k f o r c e - ing all types of steel cable, mainly work over rig sites. License will be considered. Master or Journeyman 68 connection.com/ #82fe61a1d0 Prefrence given to Class B CDL holders. Please Apply Licensure in a reciprocity state required if no ND Liin person at 3204 N 2nd Ave. Williston ND 58801. censure. Including: Minnesota, South Dakota, AlasWe are looking for experienced, ma69 ture, neat, and friendly help to join our team. 76 "Career Minded person for Quality Assur- ka, Colorado, Idaho, Maine, Montana, Nebraska, Lots of opportunities for advancement for mo- ance Position: Strong math skills; Ability to lift 70 to New Hampshire, Utah. Must have electrical aptitude tivated employees. A busy but fun place to 75 pounds; MSHA expereicne preferred; Construc- on the following: Voltage range: 12V-480V; Pull wire work with customers who enjoy the outdoors. tion and aggregate experience a plus; Willing to train and install CLX cable; Motors, controls, transformOur Cashier shifts are generally 6-2 and 2-10. on the aggregate piece. Must have a clean driving ers, fuse block and relays; Bend/install rigid pipe and For the best results stop by and fill out application record for a company pick-up. Housing available conduit; Panel builds, setting panels, control panels, and possible interview from 8am to 5pm Monday Medical insurance after 60 days. Apply: Send resume soft starts and panel trans.; Wire to generators or through Friday at Scenic Sports, 1201 East Broad- to hrdept-ND@plote.com OR Fax: 847-628-6113 OR main power supply; Operate equipment - trenchers, skid steers, trucks and way, Williston, ND or email trailers; Good work resume to andy@scenicethic and willingsports.com Job #325238 Deer Valley Trucking, Inc is a trucking company that specializes in the hauling ness to learn. https:// of crude, water and other assorted services for the Bakken Oilfield. We are looking https://www. 70 www.ndworkforcefor experienced CDL drivers for all divisions who would like to make a long term ndworkforceconnecconnection.com/ commitment to our team. tion.com/ #403192 #JS241122439009A1 Applicants MUST have: Looking to hire 71 2 years CDL Experience 81 Martin ConstrucClean MVR (Motor Vehicle Report) a journeyman block layer tion Hiring Truck Be able to pass drug screening test and an experienced block Drivers. For Full Time Be able to drive personal vehicle tender for stairwell and elposition, 60 hours per Be able to pass a road test evator shaft work in the week. Apply at job Wages depend on experience but are highly competitive. Williston area. Call 701-281service in Williston, To apply please go to www.dvtruck.com and fill out an application. You may also 7040 for more information. ND. Pay DOE. Day stop by our Williston office and pick one up. shift driving. Benifits Kum & Go is rec72 It is at 310 Airport Rd Williston, ND 58801. include 401(k) and ognized as the top rated Any questions that you may have please call our HR office at 208-881-0202. other. JS: 322609 c-store chain in the nation for delivering the Ide82 Have you been al Customer Experience. away from home long Working at Kum & Go enough? If so, we have good steady work for you means that you will continue to have the oppor- Apply in person at office: Plote Construction ND, right here in Montana, Wyoming and South Dakota. tunity to learn and grow at every stage of your ca- LLC, 14025 Bennett Loop, Williston, ND 58801" Warren Transport, a year-round regional transporreer. In addition to enhancing your existing skills, Perform scheduled and unscheduled tation company has an on-going need for quality, you will have access to a variety of profession- 77 safety conscious Drivers & Heavy Equipment Meal and personal development programs. https:// maintenance on aircraft including Piper, Cesschanics in our Billings, MT, Lovell, WY, Rapid City www.ndworkforceconnection.com/ #310091 na, Pilatus, HawkerBeech, Gulfstream, and other general aviation and corporate aircraft; as well SD, and Hardin, MT offices. You must be able to Apply on line at http:// as perform 100 hour, annual, and phase inspec- pass a background and drug test. Type of equipment 73 w w w . f e d e x . c o m / u s / c a r e e r s tions as required. Apply at www.fargojet.com. operated includes flatbeds, pneumatics, side dumps and belly dumps. Many of our transportation runs Seeking qualified Service Manager to fulfill 78 74 Under general supervision performs rou- will get you home several nights a week. Our coma critical role in the operations department. This tine loading and unloading of materials within pensation package includes fuel and safety bonuses position is responsible for managing the service yard or work site; assembles load packages into paid monthly as well as comprehensive health, dendepartment that covers shop and field operations, truck for delivery to customer job sites. https:// tal, vision and life insurance and a generous 401k developing service business, ensuring customer sat- www.ndworkforceconnection.com/ #017137 plan. If you thought you had to stay in North Dakota isfaction, and promotion of products and services. in order to make money, take a look at us and apThe Client Executive is required to posCandidate must be able to recruit, hire, motivate 79 ply on-line at www.warrentransport-mt.com. EOE and maintain staff, assure compliance with safety sess strong relationship skills, exhibit functionHeavy Haul Driver- Black Gold Logistics goals, submit accurate service quotes, monitor ser- al or technical knowledge relative to ERP, CRM, 83 vice department performance (revenue, profitability eCommerce, Messaging, or custom applications is looking for motivated drivers and operators with and efficiency). Requirements for service manag- and have experience in software related proj- at least 2 years oilfield experience. Applicants must er consideration: experience as a service manager, ect management, client management, or out- be at least 21 years old and pass drug tests. Drivers preferred with ability to manage employees and pro- source application service delivery. https:// must have a class A CDL and a clean driving record #12848199 (no DUI's). We pay competitive wages and also processes, plus excellent communication skills. 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Housing and meals are provided upon hire. Please efits available after 6 months. Affordable housing Phone. Please contact spower@good-sam.com apply online at BlackGoldLogistics.com/Career. For is available through the company. Applications Store Stocker, Cleanup & Light Maintemore information: info@blackgoldlogistics.com available on-line at www.warrentransport-mt.com . 98 nance- Scenic Sports is looking for help with some 84 Pole Driver- Black Gold Logistics is look- 90 Rockwater Energy Solutions ND, Inc. is maintenance and cleaning and would consider ing for motivated drivers and operators with at least currently looking for experienced Truck Drivers to good temporary help whom are very mature and 2 years oilfield experience. Applicants must be at join their team in Williston ND. Positions for lo- will do what it takes to get the job done. We are least 21 years old and pass drug tests. Drivers must cal oilfield drivers. To apply: Stop by and pick up also looking for help stocking product on shelves have a class A CDL and a clean driving record (no an application at our office at 113 4th Street East and building displays of product. Can be full time DUI's). We pay competitive wages and also provide or call 701-774-3655 JO 296242 NWJL Oilfield in the summer and part time winter if wanted. Any hunting and fishing experiance will be helpful. Apa generous travel reimbursement program. Housing and meals are provided upon hire. Please ap- 91 h t t p s : / / w w w . n d w o r k - ply in person at 1201 E Broadway, Williston, ND. ply online at BlackGoldLogistics.com/Career. For forceconnection.com/ #114539137 99 Perform any combination of light cleanmore information: info@blackgoldlogistics.com 92 Class A CDL Driver: One Year CDL con- ing duties to maintain private households or 85 Water/Septic Driver- HB Rentals is current- firmed experience; Must have current medical commercial establishments, such as hotels and ly hiring for a Water Truck - Vacuum Truck Driv- card and send DMV record with application; Must hospitals, in a clean and orderly manner. Duer to join our team. A qualified applicant prepares have HAZMAT, double, triples and tanker; Haul- ties may include making beds, replenishing linand drives water truck to rig sites to refill portable ing Sand, Water, Pipe and fuel; Wage depends ens, cleaning rooms and halls, and vacuuming. tanks. Class A CDL with Tankers - Hazmat is pre- on experience; Flexible schedule; Housing Avail- Apply with a resume on the Job Service Workferred as well. At least one year over the road expe- able. To apply submit a resume by email to allin- force Center website, jobsnd.com. NWJL 299009 rience in commercial motor vehicles. High School truckinginc@gmail.com OR Call 701-609-1147. 100 Our company has excellent management opdiploma or G.E.D. For more information on this portunities available for career-minded individuals 93 Transport Aggregate and water prodposition or to discover how to apply for this job, who have restaurant experience and possess strong ucts to and from well sites in Western North Davisit https://www.ndworkforceconnection.com and leadership skills. Apply on line at http://tacojohns. kota using dump truck, side dump trailer, belcreate a profile. Job #JHL4Q177DBTV2MQ5FN9. ly dump trailing, or water vac trailer. Interested iapplicants.com. If you prefer you may mail, email, 86 CDL Driver- CDL Driver- IMMEDIATE Hir- applicants must submit work history or resume or fax your confidential resume to: Preferred Restauing for: Sand Haulers. Links Logistics, a Global Logis- through email or mail: joshalbaugh@hotmail.com rant Group, Inc. Attn: Director of Operations PO Box 937 Minot, ND 58702 E-mail: rsartwell2002@ tics Company, is now hiring FT professional drivers in or PO Box 2761 Fargo, ND, 58108 (325252) gmail.com Fax: (866) 546-7950 NWJL 298016 North Dakota. 2 year's experience or 100,000 tractor Take orders and serve food and bevtrailer miles preferred. Clean MVR. NO hazmat re- 94 This job is responsible for dishing cold quired. Drug and alcohol test required. Competitive erage to patrons at tables in dining establish- 101 foods for the evening patient tray line. An incumment. Completes daily side work and cleanWages, Sign on Bonus and Paid Vacation. Links Lobent gathers patient carts from floors, works in ing. Customer services orientated. Must be gistics is a place where people flourish. IMMEDIATE the dish room on clean side, prepares and runs old enought to serve liquor. Job ID 320659 OPENINGS! To apply: fill out application at www. late trays at designated times, delivers snacks, and linkslogistics.com You can also email copy of CDL 95 Dining Assistant- Helps residents who have does cleaning at the end of the shift. #1200020321 and Med Card to jason.crowell@linkslogistics.com uncomplicated feeding needs with meals and in to move the process quickly. Job #287911Oilfield. meeting dietary needs. Qualifications: Completion 102 On-Call Maintenance- New Property seeks talentated on call maintenance. Mut be able to perform of a state-approved feeding Assistant training pro87 UPS is accepting applications for fulllisted job functions, be flexib xcellent compensation gram or ability to satisfactorily complete a training time Package Delivery Drivers. This is a physical, and are an equal opportunity employer. Please follow program approved by the facility and the state in fast-paced, outdoor position that involves continthe link for consideration! We look forward hearing which the facility is located. If you need assistance ual lifting, lowering and carrying packages that from you! http://www.peopleanswers.com/pa/acto complete this application or during the interview typically weigh 25 - 35 lbs. and may weigh up to 70 lbs. A DOT physical exam is required. https:// process such as sign language interpreters, readers cess.do?job=851269:1-126108. Job #291621. www.ndworkforceconnection.com/ #731933 or other accommodations, please contact the person 103 Prepare billing and process claims for listed. Contact Information: Patricia Johnson/705 all services performed at the facility. Must have 88 UPS is accepting applications for full- SE 4th Street/Crosby, ND 58730. Phone: 701-965knowledge and understanding of all types of patime Package Delivery Drivers. This is a physical, 6086 Please contact pjohnso4@good-sam.com tient accounts. Essential Duties: • Possess a fast-paced, outdoor position that involves continbroad understanding and a working knowledge 96 Target Logistics is looking for a Chef I to join ual lifting, lowering and carrying packages that of the various types of patient accounts such our Bear Paw Lodge team. About Target Logistics: typically weigh 25 - 35 lbs. and may weigh up to as Medicare, Medicaid, MHCP. #1300007650 Target Logistics provides those working in remote, 70 lbs. A DOT physical exam is required. To apaustere or hostile environments with innovative, ply visit ndworkforceconnection.com. 7367355 This position is the field investigator for turnkey solutions for all of their housing, catering, 104 the County Planning and Zoning Department - will 89 Warren Transport, a year-round region- transportation, security and logistical needs. #529 inspect land and/or structures to determine comal trucking company, has an on-going need for pliance with zoning ordinances, regulations and/ 97 Housekeeping AssistantTo assist with the quality, safety conscious, flat-bed drivers seeking or policies. Hourly salary for this position is $19maintenance of a clean, attractive, and sanitary falong term employment in our new Williston, ND $23. To apply visit ndworkforceconnection.com. cility. Will clean residents rooms and public areas. location. Requirements include Class A CDL with Must be able to communicate with residents and co2 years experience hauling doubles and 100,000 105 Western Star Gymnastics is seeking one miles. Local and regional runs in North Dakota and workers, reaching, bending, and lifting required. If head coach and coaches of verious levels. No experiMontana hauling bagged ash to oil rig sites. Must you need assistance to complete this application or ence necessary, employer will train. Benefits include pass background check and meet all DOT require- during the interview process such as sign language your children getting their gym for 1/2 price with anments. After 3 months, benefits include health, interpreters, readers or other accommodations, nual fee. Wage depends on Experience. 12-15 hours dental, vision and life insurance, retirement ben- please contact the person listed: Shelley Power/705 per week. Call 572-6113 SE 4th Street/Crosby, ND 58730. 701-965-6086


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Week of August 11, 2013

How do I reach my bank?

US Bank | 572.3744 Gate City Bank | 774.7300 American State Bank | 774.4100 ARIES (Mar 21-Apr 19): LIBRA (Sep 23 – Oct 22) You’ll have lots of energy to spend time with You seem to be in the spotlight, so make the most Western Coop Credit Union | 800.584.9220 friends and loved ones. You may seek good times both at home and away. A show, art exhibition, or movie might be ideal. Beware of someone trying to dominate a situation with potential for success. You’ll need to tread carefully and do your homework to get the most out of it. Romance and creativity are emphasized as Mercury moves into Leo. You’ll know just what to say to make someone feel special.

of this opportunity to showcase your skills and talents to the world. You might feel confident enough to aim for a promotion or new career. Or you may simply have more faith that you can reach your life goals. The social scene amps up, encouraging you to look for opportunities to increase your circle of associates. A friend may have a suggestion concerning a romantic difficulty that you can’t resolve alone.

It’s a great time to promote yourself and your ideas. You can successfully launch a new plan or project with Jupiter on your side. Meanwhile, the New Moon brings the possibility of a fresh start to home and family affairs. This could be the best time to change the family dynamic, such as introducing a new pet. Mercury’s presence encourages you to reach out and connect with family members, perhaps with a get-together, but don’t let someone’s mood dampen your spirits.

GEMINI (May 21 – Jun 21)

The desire to explore new horizons could strengthen. You may feel a restlessness that shifts your mind from your usual routines and encourages fantasies of travel and adventure. It might be time to sort out vacation plans or consider a short break. Right now, the chance to do something different might nurture your soul. Get a goal or project off to a smooth and creative start with the New Moon. Meanwhile, Mercury boosts your planning power. Get ready to conquer the world!

piter’s upbeat influence could encourage you to come up with new income streams to enhance your earnings. The New Moon in charming, persuasive Leo might occur at just the right time to get a project off to a good start, while Mercury’s presence here can enhance your sales technique. However, it isn’t all about work or money. There are some fun opportunities to enjoy, too.

let a demanding person or financial worry rain on your parade. You have more control than you think in what seems to be tricky situation. The New Moon in Leo suggests that a friend can open your mind to new perspectives involving education or travel interests. The prospect of a change of scenery could lift your spirits and bring out the adventurer in your soul.

New responsibilities are possible, but you may relish them for the challenge they offer. Whatever is on your plate this week, the power of positive thinking can help you achieve success. Financial matters get off to a good start when Tuesday’s charming New Moon in Leo could coincide with a desire to get your accounts in order. Later, you may be eager to talk over ideas that can help your money work harder for you. It’s a good time to invest in you!

The accent switches to family and relationship matters. However, a discordant note could sound if you’re determined to have your way. If your interests conflict with those of your partner or family, it might help to have a talk. Joint financial affairs may get a boost as the New Moon and Mercury in Leo encourage a new approach to an ongoing issue. Despite problems or a few snags this week, there’s still plenty of potential for a fun, fulfilling social life.

TAURUS (Apr 20 – Mar 20)

SCORPIO (Oct 23 – Nov 21):

SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 – Dec 21):

Who do I call for utilities?

Nemont | 1.800.636.6680 Williston Water Department | 577.8105 MonDak Utilities | 1.800.638.3278 Williston Public Works | 774.8805 Electric Coop | 577-3765 Midcontinent Comm | 800.888.1300 Williams Rural Water District | 774.8915

How do I get a job?

Bakken Staffing | 837.0873 Job Services | 774.7900 SOS Employment Services | 572.1440 Executive Services | 774.8484

Who do I call to get around?

Basin Cab Company | 577.1957

Who do I call to get out of here?

Amtrak | 572.7171 Extra financial resources could become available You seem to be in top form this week as support Travel Planner | 859.4766 just as you need to pay for unexpected items. Ju- from friends contributes to your happiness. Don’t Get Away Travel | 527.7700

CANCER (Jun 22- Jul 22)

LEO (Jul 23 – Aug 22)

Dreams and intuition continue to play a big part in your everyday life. Jupiter’s presence in your spiritual zone makes you more confident about learning to meditate or starting a new spiritual practice. You might even feel moved to find a guru or life coach who can help you make the most of an opportunity to change from the inside out. The New Moon in your sign could be the best of the year for you. Use it get your latest plans off to a good start.

VIRGO (Aug 23 – Sep 22)

Your social life could be this week’s high point. Planetary influences are stirring things up, bringing new people into your circle of friends, and encouraging you to make networking a habit. You’re also eager to find groups or clubs that can benefit you in a business sense. Meanwhile, the focus gradually shifts to spiritual considerations. You might want to spend some time alone reflecting on your options and priorities. It’s also an opportunity to get answers to pressing problems.

CAPRICORN (Dec 22 – Jan 19):

AQUARIUS (Jan 20 – Feb 18):

Who do I call for help?

Williston Fire Department | 572.2196 Dog Catcher | 577.1212 County Sheriff Office | 577.7700 County Social Services | 774.6300 North Dakota Highway Patrol | 774.4360

Who do I call for a boo boo?

Mercy Medical Center | 774.7400 Fairlight Walk In Clinic | 577.9255

Who do I call for my cell phone?

Verizon | 572.0044 AT&T | 572.1776

What if I don’t want to push all those numbers?

Dialing Short Cuts • North Dakota Resource Info: 211 • Directory Assistance: 411 • Travel Info: 511 • Telecommunication Relay Service: 711 • North Dakota One Call: 811 • Emergency Services: 911

If you can be flexible, adaptable, and even a bit cutting edge, you could notice an upward shift in your career, community, or business status. However, do your homework regarding one plan or offer, as it could have a hidden catch. Be prepared so you can take advantage of what may essentially be a good What if I need to learn more than what deal. Your love life flourishes as the New Moon and this fine publication? Mercury bring the possibility of a fresh start. Cre- Williston Library | 774.8805 ative plans and mutual goals could give your love Public Schools | 572.1580 life wings.

PISCES (Feb 19 – Mar 20)

You may want to feel part of something bigger than yourself, but choose your causes wisely. This week it might be better to become disenchanted than to feel misled. Lunar influences bring fortunate developments as the New Moon encourages changes to your lifestyle and health routines. This might be one of the best times for a new exercise or diet regimen - you may have more chance of sticking with it. Romantic options might seem enchanting, but tread with care.

I can find in

CDI Head Start | 572.9091 Williston State College | 774.4240

Where do I go to get a cup of Joe?

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