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TALK OF THE TOWN Yorkton Road Trip! There may still be some seats available on the Yorkton and District Horticultural Society bus trip to Dauphin on Sat., June 4. We will be touring gardens and greenhouses. This trip is open to members and non-members. Would you like to join us? Call Liz at 306-782-2830 for full details. Vacation Bible School (ages 4 - 12) July 4 to July 8, 9:00 to 3:30, St. Andrewâ€™s Church, Yorkton. Cost is $25.00 per child/week. For more info or to register please call 306-783-4157. York Lake Golf & Country Ladies Club is looking for new and existing members to golf in their Fun Golf every Mon. and Wed. mornings at 9:00 a.m. This is a beautiful 9 hole golf course and we welcome all ages as well as any inexperienced golfers. New Horizons Friday Night Dance, 78 First Ave. North, Yorkton, Sk. Great night of dancing. Everyone is welcome. Time: 8:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. Music by: The Zayshleyâ€™s, June 3, 2016; Ron & Sandra Rudoski, June 10; Memory Lane, June 17; Ed Hicki, June 24. Contact Peter: 306-7821846. Alberta Fire Disaster Benefit Dance - All proceeds to the Red Cross for resettlement. Orchestra compliments of Peter & The White Sand Band. Sun., June 26, 2016, 1:30 5:00 p.m. Hospitality Lunch compliments of New Horizons Senior Centre, 78 First Ave. North, Yorkton, Sask. Donations appreciated. Contact person: Doreen- 306-783-8485 Irene- 306-786-6195. JDRF Walk - Yorkton/ Melville, June 5, 2016. Starts at the Horizon Credit Union Centre (Main Lobby) in Melville. Registration: 10:00 a.m. Walk Starts at 11:00 a.m. For pledge forms, to volunteer, or further information: Paul Lueck in Melville. Phone: 306-728-2705. Email: email@example.com. Carey Gleason in Yorkton Phone: 306-621-7400 Email: cgleason@imagewireless. ca. On-line Registration & Fundraising: www.jdrf.ca/ walk Give the Gift of Life Kidney Walk - Sun., June 12. Register online at www. kidney.ca/sk/walk or call Audrey Parisloff at 306-
783-5259 for a pledge package. Special Olympics Yard Cleaning Fundraiser: Help us fund our programs for the year by having our team clean your yard. Minimum donation of $50.00 will be appreciated. For bookings call 306-621-1536 or email: specialoyorkton@gmail. com Calling all makers Wonderscape offers you time to devote to your craft (be it writing, painting, knitting, acting or inventingâ€Ś), inspiration from nature, and connection with other artists. Sept. 30 - Oct. 2 - Wonderscape - A creative wellness retreat in Riding Mountain National Park. www.wonderscaperetreat.wordpress.com www.facebook. com/wonderscaperetreat. Creativity workshops, Saturday evening festival of art featuring performance painter, musician and storyteller, farm-to-table dinner, accommodations at Idylwylde Cabins on the shores of Clear Lake, MB. Call Tricia for more info 306-783-7004. Yorkton Relay for Life 2016 - June 17, 2016, Century Field Yorkton. We are currently looking for people interested in joining our Relay for Life Committee for our 2016 event in Yorkton. Various positions are open for different areas of the event. If this is something you would like to volunteer your time to contact Kim Eskowich at keskowich@ sk.cancer.ca or call 306-7525665. At the Yorkton Office Mandee Kulaway can be reached at 306-782-1454 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Crossroads - A support group for women experiencing or who have experienced domestic violence. Thursdays 1:15 - 2:30 p.m., Family Resource Center SIGN on Broadway. Free childcare and transportation available & Thursdays 6:30 - 8:30 p.m., Shelwin House (please call for address). Adults (women) only. Group is open to all women who feel a need
for support on their journey. Please contact 306782-5181 or 306-783-7233 for more info. The Yorkton branch of the Saskatchewan Genealogical Society holds their regular meetings on the second Tues. of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Yorkton Public Library. Anyone interested in genealogy is welcome to attend! Volunteers Needed! The Canadian Red Cross is seeking volunteers for the Friendly Visiting Program for Seniors. Volunteers will be trained to provide weekly visits or phone calls to socially or geographically isolated seniors in Yorkton and surrounding area. One hour every other week is all that is required to provide social interaction with a senior and peace of mind for family and caregivers. For more information contact 306-620-3281 or email michelleb.smith@redcross. ca Canadian Blood Services - Volunteer today. Because of you, lives can be saved. When you donate your time to Canadaâ€™s blood system, you are helping to save lives. You can become a community educator, donor ambassador or blood donor recruitment expert. You can make a difference by: â€˘ Volunteering your skills and experiences in our clinics by becoming involved with donor support through our donor ambassador role or hospitality role â€˘ Volunteering in your community by speaking to the public about the need for blood, recruiting new donors and promoting upcoming blood donor clinics. Weâ€™ll provide the training â€“ You provide the time. For more information contact: Jessica Wyatt, Coordinator, Volunteer Resources 306-347-1646, marilyn.chambers@blood. ca Is someoneâ€™s drinking bothering you? Has alcohol affected your life
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negatively? If so, Alateen may be for you! Alateen is an organization devoted to teenagers who know someone with the disease of alcoholism. Talk, listen, get better. 8:00 p.m., Westview United Church, 355 Bradbrooke Dr., Yorkton. www.al-anon.alateen.org/members If you like big band music, then All That Jazz may be the band for you. This 20 piece big band with 2 vocalists performs throughout the community with a variety of music from rock to show tunes and everything in between. The big band rehearses Tues. evenings at the Yorkton Regional High School, 8:30 - 9:45 and welcomes performance invitations. Previous experience is required. Everyone is welcome! Contact Larry Pearen 306782-4182 or Dean Petersen 306-782-5155. Donate at the following Canadian Diabetes Association ClotheslineÂŽ drop boxes and help the more than 9 million Canadians living with diabetes and prediabetes: Rock FM Radio, 395 Riverview Rd., SIGN Family Support, 345 Broadway St. W. ClotheslineÂŽ drop boxes happily accept all cloth based items, shoes, hats, belts and more. Habitat for Humanity is gearing up for another build and is looking for volunteers in a number of areas. To get your name on the volunteer list for the build or to be part of a committee, go to www. habitatyorkton.ca and click on â€œVolunteer Nowâ€?.
Museum in Yorkton on the third Tues. of the month at 7 p.m. â€œWhere old cars are discussed enthusiastically.â€? While enthusiasm for old vehicles is required, ownership is not. Tot Spot, 0 - 5 year old drop-in centre. Located at 345 Broadway Street West, in the SIGN building on Broadway. Running Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri., 9 a.m. 12 p.m. This program runs cost free to participate but donations are welcomed. Brought to you by The Boys and Girls Club of Yorkton. Call 306-783-2582, find us on Facebook! We need you to share your talent! Play guitar, piano, dance or sing? We would like to invite you to perform in our facility! Please call Suzanne Beck at 306-786-0815, Iâ€™d be happy to have you join us. Yorkton & District Nursing Home, 200 Bradbrooke Dr. Planning an event? Cont act w w w. tourismyork ton.com for a free listing in our calendar of events. Fitness Classes, Mon. and Wed. evenings at St. Alâ€™s School gym. Contact 306-782-1048. Continued on Page A4
Learn about volunteer opportunities at Sunrise Health Region for all ages and at all times. For more information, contact Suzette Szumutku, Director of Volunteer Resources, 306-786-0468 or suzette.szumutku@shr. sk.ca. Parkland Woodworking Guild meets at 7:30 p.m. the 2nd Thurs. of each month. Sept. to June, in the basement of Seventh Day Adventist Church, 384 Gladstone Ave. S. Our members do woodworking, carving, scrolling, turning or build furniture. We have a members library, visitors welcome. Contact Jerry at 306-786-6652 or Norman 306-896-2398. Citizens on Patrol Program Yorkton - COPP the eyes and ears of your community is recruiting new members. For an application or more info please contact COPP at 306-621-7361 (day) or 306-782-3197 (after 6 p.m.) or The Yorkton City Detachment of the RCMP at 306-786-2400 or Box 153, Yorkton, SK S3N 2V7. The Yorkton Antique Auto Association meets at the Western Development
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Health Board wants services in Preeceville By Calvin Daniels Staff Writer The Sunrise Health Region had announced effective June 1, acute care and emergency room services would be suspended at the Preeceville & District Health Centre.
Suann Laurent, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Sunrise Health Region told the regular monthly meeting of the Board of Directors last Wednesday the decision was made because there was a lack of physicians to cover the services.
The region has stated it is a temporary change which will be in effect until predictable, consistent and sustainable on-call coverage is secured. “We’re trying to turn this around as quickly as we can,” said Laurent. The situation is “dif-
ficult for the community and everyone involved,” she added. Board interim chair Don Rae said “the good thing is it slated to be just temporary … everyone is working to make it happen.” Preeceville currently has one physician and a
nurse practitioner who will continue to provide clinic appointments at the primary health care clinic which is located in the Preeceville & District Health Centre. “The situation is being monitored on a go forward basis,” said Laurent,
In a release, the region states Preeceville continues to have aroundthe-clock emergency services provided by ambulance and paramedics and that the centre is not closing nor will there be any job losses as a result of this.
Scotty T. Rex official provincial fossil Citizens across the province have had their say and Scotty, the Tyrannosaurus rex, will be the next provincial emblem. Scotty is a 65 million year-old T. rex skeleton - the first found in Saskatchewan. Scotty was discovered on August 16, 1991, when then high school teacher Robert Gebhardt from Eastend joined Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) palaeontologists on an expedition. He discovered the base of a tooth and a vertebra from
the tail, both suggesting that they belonged to a T. rex. In June 1994, RSM palaeontologists began excavating the T. rex. More than 6,000 people visited the excavation site that year. “I would like to thank the public who took interest and participated in this campaign, along with the RSM who facilitated the selection of the next provincial emblem,” Parks, Culture and Sport Minister Mark Docherty said. “Scotty the T. rex will make a wonderful
provincial emblem. No other province or state has a T. rex as an official emblem; Saskatchewan is the first and only.” The process of selecting a provincial fossil was led by the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport through the RSM. Since November 2015, the public have been able to cast paper ballots at the Provincial Fossil Campaign 2016 exhibit at the RSM in Regina, and in April 2016 voting opened province-wide online. There were 14,208
votes cast and Scotty received 4,923 (35 per cent) of the votes. The Provincial Protocol Office will take the lead on the subsequent legislative change which is required for designating provincial emblems. The Provincial Fossil Campaign also featured a competition aimed at Grade 7 students who submitted videos making a case for their choice for Saskatchewan’s provincial fossil. Out of 24 videos submitted, the winning classroom
is Chad Jeannot’s class from Alameda School in Alameda. The classroom promoted Big Bert, the 92 million year-old crocodile, as the best candidate. Big Bert took second place in the public vote with 3,326 votes (23 per cent). Jeannot’s class won a visit from RSM palaeontologist Tim Tokaryk. Jeannot’s classroom was introduced in the House at the Legislative Building this morning and also helped
Minister Docherty to unveil Scotty the T. rex as the winning fossil at the RSM. The T.rex Discovery Centre, located at #1 T-rex Drive in Eastend, reopens for the season on Saturday, May 21, 2016. A cast of Scotty’s skeleton is on display at the centre, which is open daily from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m until Labour Day. Visit www.royalsaskmuseum.ca. Admission is by donation.
Seeding nears an end Great strides were made this past week, as 81 per cent of the crop is now seeded, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report. Warm and dry weather has allowed producers to remain well ahead of the five year (2011-2015) seeding average of 59 per cent. Many producers have completed seeding operations and are now starting in-crop herbicide applications. Seeding is most advanced in the south-
west, where producers have 90 per cent of the crop seeded. Eightyseven per cent of the crop is seeded in the southeast; 84 per cent in the northwest; 83 per cent in the west-central region; 75 per cent in the northeast; and 68 per cent in the east-central region. Rainfall in the province ranged from trace amounts to several inches in the west-central region. Some areas will need rain in the coming weeks to help crops emerge and establish.
Topsoil moisture conditions on cropland are rated as three per cent surplus, 83 per cent adequate, 13 per cent short and one per cent very short. Hay land and pasture topsoil moisture is rated as one per cent surplus, 72 per cent adequate, 20 per cent short and seven per cent very short. The majority of emerged crops are either at or ahead of their normal developmental stages for this time of year. Overall, crops are in
good condition, although there has been some damage caused by flea beetles, cutworms, strong winds, localized flooding and lack of moisture. Pasture conditions are rated as seven per cent excellent, 57 per cent good, 26 per cent fair, nine per cent poor and one per cent very poor. Producers are busy completing seeding operations and controlling pests. Follow the 2016 Crop Report on Twitter at @ SKAgriculture.
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TALK OF THE TOWN Continued from Page A2 Yorkton The Sunshine Club is a drop-in centre for adults coping with mental health problems. We are located at 83 North Street, in the SIGN building. Normal hours of operation are Mon. thru Fri. 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. We are closed we ekend s . For mor e information please call 306-783-8135. Second Alanon Meeting in Yorkton - Wed. at 8 p.m., Westview United Church, 355 Bradbrooke Dr. All are welcome. Park Swingers Square & Round Dance Club Weekly Dances - every
PROBLEM SOLVED Benjamin Galay After a year of writing this article so much has happened. My favorite thing that happens on an almost daily basis now is meeting many of you and talking about everything from alternative energy, prepping, gardening, wisdom from the past, the world is changing, and more. What I know very well now is that these topics I write about every week and more are not just on my mind, but many of yours as well. As we have toured around in tradeshows, it has been absolutely rewarding and encouraging for all of us at Problem Solved to share our passion, our proverb and our war cry: It spells SOS – Self Sufficient, Off Grid, and Secure. The last “S” can mean so many things – Safe, Sure, Salvation, Savvy and so on --- but the one word that is the focus of this particular thoughtful article today is “START” Even if it’s just to think about living in a manner where you understand what it means to be self sustained or how.
Mon., 7:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Rounds, 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Square Dancing. Location: Royal Canadian Legion, 380 Broadway Street W. Call Ray and Karen Thies at 306-7829790. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets every Monday, Columbia School, 119 Bradbrooke Dr., weigh in 6:15 p.m., meeting to follow; Tues., SIGN East Entrance, 83 North St., weigh in 6:15 p.m., meeting to follow; Wed., SIGN 345 Broadway St. W., York B Salon, Lower Level, weigh in 12:00 noon, meeting 12:15 - 12:45 p.m. Call 306783-3765 or visit www.tops. org for more information. Royal Canadian Legion #77, 380 Broadway, Yorkton, Friday Night Beef on a Bun 5:00 - 7:00. Free Pool 6:00 - 9:00. Why
not bring your staff? T he Sa sk at chewa n A bi l it ie s C o u n ci l i s searching for volunteers for various prog rams and activities that serve p e o ple w it h s p e ci a l needs. Call Shirley at 306782-2463. Treasure Chest Toastmasters Club meets weekly on Wed. evening from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at SIGN on Broadway. Impact your wo rld by e n h a n ci n g y o u r c o m mu n ic a t io n and leadership skills. Guests and new members welcome. For mor e i n for m at io n co nt a c t : Delores Moskal 306-6208424 and Keith Diduch 306-621-8700. Buchanan Commu nit y Ga rage Sale Sat., June 4, 8 a.m. to
3 p.m. If you are holding a sale and want your name on the map, please call Dyanne 306-562-7116. Maps will be available at the Library, 315 George Wilson Drive. There are a limited number of the reprinted Buchanan Centennial Cookbooks. Call Marie 306 -592-2073 for more info. Buchanan R.M. 304 Centennial Calendars are for sale at the R.M. office. Call Twila 306-592-2055. Enjoy creating your own projects out of clay using a pottery wheel or just by pinching, coiling or any other method at the Buchanan Community Centre every Tues., 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. All ages are welcome. For more info call Marie 306-592-2073. Bucha na n Tou r ism
I write a lot of these articles and makes suggestions on ideas, technologies, techniques and more, but many still think it’s only for those who have money that can attain the SOS model from the previous above statement. In Fact very little money is needed, but you must get moving: read a book, try foraging, learn to can or dehydrate foods, wash clothes without your washing machine, turn your power or your water off for 3 days, eat food you can only buy locally grown and just start learning what it might take to keep life as normal as possible. It’s not about being afraid of the sky falling; rather it’s about gaining some God given confidence and ability to take care of yourself and your family, friends and neighbors and those who need help. The truth is money is in the way of a self sustained life because it has removed us from just thinking about a solution and getting it done rather than just trying to pay for one. I keep writing these notes because I am saddened by the phrase “No one has common sense anymore.” This is not a sentence any of us should be proud to say, especial-
ly if it might be about our own family, let’s be determined together to live free. Let’s use our pioneer friends as an example. A family who was travelling across the prairies to find their own place in the world would stop when they found a water source, begin hunting and foraging immediately, start ripping up sod from the very ground they were standing on to build a house. They were not saying they were stuck because of money, laziness did not take over and say ”I can’t do it”, no they had a problem, looked for a solution no
matter what it might look like, and started. The key word is START. We are going to be at the Regina Farm Progress Show June 15-17th, 2016 with some firewood processing equipment, come and see us. We are also having a demo day in Stenen later in June as well, details to follow next week. For more info, check out our Facebook page at Problem Solved – Alternative or email me at service@myps247. com Benjamin Galay is the owner of Problem Solved Inc., and the owner of Grace Gardens Greenhouses in Stenen.
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Ukrainian Canadian Congress National in partnership with the Ukrainian Canadian Congress Saskatchewan and Yorkton Branch
Paul Grod President of Ukrainian Canadian Congress National
Celebrating 75 years of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress
Andriy Shevchenko Ambassador of Ukraine to Canada
Troyanda Ukrainian Dance Ensemble completed their dance year with the annual Kalyna Competition and Festival held in Yorkton. Every group performed well with many receiving scholarships for Highest Mark in Transcarpathian and Bukovynian regions as well as the Hopak. The highlight of the weekend was Syla, the senior mixed group shown here, receiving an outstanding mark of 97 for their Volyn dance. The new costumes from Ukraine were brilliant on stage with the fast-paced music and high energy. Troyanda would like to thank UCC – Saskatchewan Provincial Council and Sask Lotteries for the grant to help purchase these costumes. Image by Simple Shots by Jackie
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TALK OF THE TOWN Continued from Page A4 Canora Parkland Christian Centre welcomes everyone from Canora a nd a r e a t o Su nday morning worship. Located at 132 - 4th Ave. E., our service starts at 10:30 a.m. and includes Sunday School and nursery. For more info call Pastor Brett or Mavis at 306-5635512. The Canora Amateur Radio Repeater enhances the emergency network that has been used in the past by the RCMP, E mer gency Mea su re s and Nav Canada, along w it h c o u n t le s s n o n profit groups. If you are interested in becoming an amateur radio operator or you want to provide some funding assistance, you can contact Randy at 306-563-7150, Larry at 306783-4177 or George at 306645-2921. Crooked Lake Flea Market Garage Sale every Sunday starting May 23 - Sept. 4 from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. at Sunset Beach. Phone Ethel at 306697-3572 or 306-697-7484. Cupar Cupar TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meets every Tues. at Lee’s Funeral Home, 105 Stanley (Main) St. Weigh in at 9:30 am, meeting to follow. New members welcome anytime. Call 306-783-3765 for more info or www.tops.org. Durban Durban Community Hall’s 86th Anniversary Banquet & Dance, Durban, Manitoba. Sat., June 4. Dance to the music of “Prairie Crocus”. Cocktails 5 p.m., Supper 6 p.m., DST. Dance to follow. Advance Tickets Only $25.00 each. Info: Doreen 204-539-2434 or 204-539-2321, Vickie 204539-2293, Edgar 204-5392698 Ebenezer Ebenezer Baptist Church Sunday Morning Services: Worship 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., Kids Own Worship 10:30 - 11:15, ages 4 - 12. Endeavour Church Mouse Sale: Garage Sale will be held at the Endeavour Rec Plex on June 10 from 12 noon to 7:00 p.m. and June 11 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. box Day on June 12 from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. Something for everyone: Antiques, collectibles, lots of China , household
items, clothing, toys, plants, furniture, exercise equipment. Bake table, and silent auction. Food Bar featuring beef burgers, homemade pies, coffee and drinks. Sponsored by St. James Anglican Church, Endeavour. Esterhazy Esterhazy Royal Canadian Legion #249 Dabb er Bi n go ever y Thurs. Early bird 7:00 p.m. Regular games 7:30 p.m. Jackpot license no. CB150040. “Recover y” is a suppor t group for those recovering from ment a l illne s s. Bot h men a nd women a re welcome to meet at the Council Chambers at the Esterhazy Town Office every Wed. at 1:00, except on civic holidays. Twin Valley Riding Club monthly meetings first Tues. of the month at Esterhazy Town Office, 8 p.m. Phone 306-745-3720. Esterhazy TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meets every Wed. at the Golden Jets Building on Main Street. Weigh in at 7:00 p.m. and meeting to follow. New members welcome any time. Call 306-783-3765 for more information or www. tops.org. Esterhazy branch of t he Sa sk at chewa n Wildlife Federation meets third Wed. of each month 8 p.m. Legion Hall. Esterhazy and District CanSurmount Support Group meets on second Mon. at 2:00 p.m. at St. Andrew’s United Church, Esterhazy. Contact Joyce Anderson 306-745-3800. Foam Lake Fo a m L a k e T OP S (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meets every Thurs. at the Foam L a ke Museu m at 113 Bray Ave. West. Weigh-in at 5:30 p.m. and meeting to follow. New members welcome anytime. Call 306-783-3765 for more info or www.tops.org Fort Qu’Appelle Ft. Q u ’A p p e l l e TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meets every Tues. at 154 Craigleith Ave. N. Weigh in at 5:00 p.m. and meeting to follow. New members welcome anytime. Call 306-783-3765 for more info or www.tops.org. Goodeve Goodeve Blue Bonnet Club bingo Wed., 7:30 p.m. Grayson Grayson Annual Church Picnic, Sun., June 5, 2016. Men’s Fastball
and Co-Ed Slow Pitch, Concession, Beer Garden and Children’s Games. Grounds Admission is $5.00 Children 10 and under FREE. Phone ball entries to (306) 794-2060 by 12 noon Fri., June 3. Invermay The Invermay Golden Age Club invites everyone to its Canada Day Program on July 1st, starting at 11 a.m. The program highlighting several historical events leading to Canada’s 150th Anniversary is followed by a presentation of the Invermay School students Canada Day projects - art, essays, powerpoints, etc. After a Canada Day lunch and Cake, there will be entertainment. All of this is free of charge thanks to the sponsors - Golden Age Club, Village of Invermay, RM of Invermay and Canadian Heritage. At 7 p.m., the video “Freedom Had a Price” - retention of Ukrainian Canadians in concentration camps in Canada from 1914 - 1918 will be shown.
The Invermay Golden Age Club invites players to their regular community bingo every Wed. at 2 p.m. Inver may Park land Library Hours are Tues., noon - 4 p.m. and Thurs., noon - 4 p.m. Invermay TOPS (Take Of f Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meet s ever y Tues. at the Parkland Regional Library at 301 - 4th Ave. N. Weigh in at 7:00 p.m. and meeting to follow. New members welcome anytime. Call Liz 306-593-4931 for more info or www.tops.org.
Economic Development www.ituna.ca. Ituna Social Club monthly meeting is held on the second Wed. of each month, unless otherwise specified. Dabber Bingo is played every Friday at 2:00 p.m. from Oct. through April and at 7 p.m. May through Sept. Card games are played every Thurs., and Fun and Fitness is Mon.
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Enjoy the timeless beauty & grace of the Old World with a European River Cruise! Barbara Lang, Manager of Marlin Travel in Downtown Yorkton, recently returned from a tour of the Danube River with Scenic Cruise Lines. “There’s so many highlights on a trip like that” she said. “Even if you don’t think you’re a cruise person, you’ll see so much history, and the scenery is so beautiful.” Barb sailed on the Scenic Opal ship which holds 169 passengers and 53 crew. The spacious cabins have modern decor, and most are with balconies. “Because it is a smaller ship, you get to know the people really well”, Barb said. “We really enjoyed that, we met a great bunch of people from all over the world.” And she was amazed by central Europe. “It’s fairy tale
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TALK OF THE TOWN Continued from Page A5 Ituna The Ituna Branch of the Parkland Regional Library, 518 5th Ave. NE. Library and CAP site hours are as follows: Tues., 12 noon - 5 p.m.; Wed., 12 noon - 5 p.m.; Thurs., 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Kamsack Kamsack Nursing Home Auxiliary Tea, Bake Sale and Raffle, Sat., June 4, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Last fall the Kamsack Volunteer Fire Fighters (KVFF) came to the Legion with an appeal to help them raise money for a well-needed service vehicle. Every Friday (except holidays) we will open the Legion from 7-9 p.m. for Chase the Ace. The fire fighters will be selling food items and we will co-share the bar. Other venues will be introduced if and when this jackpot grows. There will be a consolation winner every week and eventually when the “Ace of Hearts” is drawn the jackpot will be awarded and the process will start again. The Kamsack Housing Authority has openings for Seniors at this time. The rent is calculated on 30% of the gross income. To request an application or for more information, please call Judy at 306-5422383 or send an email to kamsackhousing@gmail. com. Kamsack Cancer SelfHelp Group: meets 3rd Wed. of each month at 1:30 p.m. in the Boardroom of the Sunrise Health office on Queen Elizabeth Blvd. East in Kamsack.
K a m s a c k Wa l k i n g Club, Mon., Wed. and Fri., 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. at the KCI. Adult Co-ed Volleyball Tues. evenings from 8 to 10 p.m. at the High School. Kamsack Air Cadets provides youth with life experiences, skills and the opportunity to travel. For info call Karen 306542-2047. Adults are also welcome. Kelvington Kelvington and Area Chase the Ace - The event will be held every week at the Kelvington Legion Community Centre in Kelvington starting Jan. 6 and continue on Wednesdays until the Ace of Spades is drawn. Tickets will be on sale until 8:00 p.m. The draw will be made at 8:15 p.m. Kelvington TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meets each Mon. at the Pentecostal Church basement, Main St. Weigh in at 6:30 p.m. and meeting to follow. Langenburg Library hours: Mon., 1-6; Wed., 3:30-8:30 and Thurs., 1-6. Lemberg Lemberg Library Book Sale & BBQ - Fri., June 3, 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., Celebration Park, Main St., Lemberg. Come out and join us in Lemberg for some great food and sweet sales and support our local Library! See you there! Lemberg Librar y Hours: Tues., 1-6 p.m.; Wed., 10-3 p.m.; Thurs., 9-1 p.m. Public computer access by appointment. Phone Sandy at 306-3352267. Lintlaw The Lintlaw Rec Centre Bingo will be changing to
Wed. evenings. Start time will remain at 7:45 p.m. Blackout $1,000 in 54 numbers or $100 consolation. Melville Melville Senior Citizens Dances, 204 2nd Ave. West, 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission: $7.00 per person. Thurs., June 9, 2016, Music by Memory Lane Access Communications will be taping. Pot Luck Supper after the dance (for this date only); Thurs., June 16, 2016, Music by The Zayshley’s - Access Communications will be taping; Thurs., June 23, 2016, Music by Ron and Sandra Rudoski - Access Communications will be taping. Melville Senior Citizens Centre, Tues., Bingo; Wed., Shuffleboard; Thurs., Dancing; Sun., Cards. Melville Art Club Gift Shop at Melville Community Works will open Tues. and Thurs., 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Many useful and unusual items by local artists will be available. Want to place your new for sale artistic items? Contact Theresa 306-728-2182. The Melville Art Club meet the third Tues. of each month at Melville Community Works at 7.30 p.m. If you are interested in art, promoting the arts, or participating in classes you are welcome to join us. For info call Theresa 306-728 2182. Melville TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meets every Wed. at the Melville Community Works, 800 Prince Edward St. Weigh in at 6:00 and meeting to follow. New members welcome anytime. Contact Amy 306728-5272 for more information or www.tops.org Melville & District
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German Heritage Club invites new members; k nowledge of the language not necessary. Monthly socials and other events; contact Elaine M i l le r 3 0 6 -7 2 8 - 4 9 4 2 ; Arnold Issel 306-728-3191. For hall rentals contact Ed Miller 306-728-2038. Melville and District Scandinavian Heritage Club invites new member s… Lu ncheon meeting held the second Mon. of each month. We offer lessons in wood car ving, and other crafts. We tour museums, old churches, and are involved in community events. We enjoy our annual picnic and Christmas social. For more info phone Edith at 306-728-5043 or Edna at 306-793-4346. Melville Legion Bingo is held every Tues. at 7:30 p.m. The Speaker’s Nook Toastmasters Club meets the 2nd & 4th Thurs. of each month at noon in the Saskatchewan Crop I n s u r a n c e B u i ld i n g , Prince William Drive. Guest s welcome. For
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TALK OF THE TOWN Continued from Page A6 Neudorf Library Hours: Tues., 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.; Wed., 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. and Fri., 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Come and visit us we will be more than willing to help you. Norquay T h e No r qu a y K i n Club holds its meetings on the second Thurs. of every month, at the Norquay Curling Rink. Meetings start at 7:30 p.m. New members are welcome. Come and have some fun, in serving the communities g reatest needs. For more info contact Chris at 306-5942664. Norquay Public Library hours: Tues., 12:30 - 5:00; Wed., 10:00 - 3:00 and Thurs., 12:30 - 5:00. Norquay Leg ion Regular Monthly Meeting 2nd Thurs. of each month at 7:30 p.m. Pelly Pelly Benefit Jamboree will be held on Sat. and Sun., June 11 and 12. Fiddling contest at 11;00 a.m. on Sat., followed by country and old time music until midnight. Pancake breakfast at 8:30 on Sun. morning followed by gospel music and country and old time music. Info contact: 306-595-2081, 306-5952322, or 306-595-2221. The Pelly Housin g Aut hor it y presently has vacancies. Seniors, families or individuals are encouraged to apply. The rent for a housing unit is based on 30% of the gross household income. For more info, please contact the manager, Victoria Makohoniuk at 306-595-4902. Pelly Bingos are held ever y Sat . and ever y first and third Wed. of the month at the Happy Hearts Centre. All bingos start at 7:30 p.m. Potluck suppers at the Happy Hearts Centre the last Sun. of each month 5:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. Each one contributes $5.00. Pelly United Church S er v ic e a n d Su n d a y School every Sunday at 11 a.m. Everyone welcome. Pa rk la nd Reg ional Librar y Pelly Branch Library hours: Tues., 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.; Thurs., 3:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.; Public access site available, for more info call 306-5952243. Preeceville Active aging classes at NICE Centre every Mon. and Wed. at 10 a.m. For more information call 306-594-2784. Everyone
welcome. Preeceville TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meets every Tues. at the Preeceville School at 225 – 1st Street NW. Weigh in at 5:30 p.m. and meeting to follow. New members welcome anytime. Contact 306-783-3765 for more information or www.tops.org. Rama Rama Golden Jets Club is once again hosting the annual Canada Day Celebration on Fri., July 1. The theme this year is “Celebrating Canadian Talents” with guests “The Cadillac Kid” from Saskatoon who has been impersonating “Elvis” for the past 27 years throughout Canada and USA as well as a professional balloon artist, Araon Halifax, who also has exhibited his talents throughout Canada and USA. Evening begins at 5:00 pm with dignitaries and Official cutting of Canada Day cake followed by banquet and performances. Doors open at 4:00 pm. Among the sponsors are Rama Golden Jets, Village of Rama, RM of Invermay, Sasktel, Canada Heritage and others. Seating is very limited at the Rama Hall so advance tickets must be purchased before June 1. For more information call 306593-6120 or 306-593-6000. Everyone is welcome. Exercises at the Rama Golden Jets on Mon., Wed. and Fri., from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Active Aging Sessions are cancelled at the Rama Golden Jets Centre until further notice. Bingo is cancelled at the Rama Golden Jets for the months of July and August. Bingo resumes Sept. 4 at 2:00 p.m. and will continue every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month. Kaiser at the Rama Golden Jets Centre on Tues. at 7:00 p.m. Kaiser at The Rama Golden Jets Centre is cancelled for the months of June, July and August and will resume on Tues., Sept. 6 at 7:00 p.m. and will continue every Tuesday. P.A.L.S. Club on Front Street in Rama is open for coffee Mon. to Sat., 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. $1.25 for bottomless cup of coffee. Delicious meals every Friday at 6:30. Potluck is last Friday of the month. $5.00 with a pot, $10.00 without a pot. Lively entertainment to follow. Rhein Christ Lutheran Church - Sunday Worship star ting at 10:0 0 a.m. for May - Aug. For more church events and interesting articles, check out “Christ Lutheran
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Rocanville Roca nv ille T h r if t S t o r e welc o m e s yo u Mon., Wed. and Fri., 1 - 4 p.m., Thurs, evenings 6 - 8 p.m. All good quality d o n a t io n s a c c e p t e d . Entirely operated by volu nt e er s , w it h a l l proceeds returned to t he communit y a nd surrounding areas. Rocanville TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meets every Monday in the Anglican Hall at 208 Carlton St. Weigh in at 6:30 p.m. and meeting to follow. New members welcome anytime. Contact 306-783-3765 or www.tops.org for more information. The Rocanville Seniors Club invites all seniors to join in spades on Mon. and now Sat. afternoons and cribbage on Thurs. afternoon. Saltcoats Saltcoats TOPS (Taking Of f Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meet s ever y Tues. at the Saltcoats United Church basement. Weigh in at 6:0 0 p.m. and meeting to follow. New members welcome anytime. Call (after 6 p.m.) Sharon at 306-744-2901; Marie at 306-744-2556 or Margaret at 306-898-2122 for more info or www.tops. org. Library hours: Tues. and Thurs., 3:30-8:00 p.m.; Wed., 10 a.m. - 12 p.m., 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. For information 306-744-2911.
Story hour for 3, 4 & 5 year olds is Friday morning at 10:00. Thanks to funding by Industry Canada the Library has 2 computers for public use. Call 7924743. Spr i n g side Un it e d Church service every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month at 11 a.m. People of all ages welcome. Stockholm Esterhazy and District CanSurmount Support Group meets on second Mondays at 2:00 p.m. at St. Andrew’s United Church, Esterhazy. Contact Isobel Fowler 306-745-6183. Sturgis Sturgis READ Club - weekly events, Mon. 2 4:30 p.m. - cards, coffee & snacks, 50/50 Draw. Tues., 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. Pool and other activities. Wed., 1 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. cards. Wed., 7 - 9 p.m. Dancing lessons. Thurs., 10:00 a.m. Exercises. We gather for visiting, dancing, pool, cards, shuffleboard, board games, or just a coffee with friends. The Sturgis R.E.A.D. Club is open Mon., Wed., and Fri. from 1:00 p.m. -
4:00 p.m. For Cards, Coffee and Snacks, 50/50 Draw. Everyone welcome. Sturgis & District “A Harvest of Memories” History Books are on sale. Books available at the Town Office, call 306-5482108 for any info. Sturgis Communit y smoke free dabber bingo every Tues., 8 p.m. in the new Sturgis & District Commu nit y Hall. A ll proceeds to the new Hall. Living Faith and Word Church welcomes all to their Sunday Church S er v ic e a n d Su n d a y School 10:00 a.m. Tues. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Pa rk la nd Reg ional Library Sturgis Branch Hours: Tues., 2-6 p.m.; Wed., 12-6 p.m.; Thurs., 11 a.m.-5 p.m., 306-548-2824. Theodore Pa rk la nd Reg ional Library: Tues., 1 - 5 p.m.; Thurs., 1 - 5 p.m. T h e o d o r e S e n io r s meet at The Station every Tues. at 2:00 p.m. Join us for bingo, shuffleboard, cards, games, etc. Potluck is held the last Friday of the month. T he o dor e Un it e d Church invites everyone
Springside Springide Annual Community Garage Sale will be held Sat., June 4 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sales will be held all around town and in the Recreation Center. Springside Rec Board will be renting spots at the arena the day of the sale. If interested in renting a space, please contact the town office at 306-7922022. Springside Baptist Church Sunday School at 9:50 a.m. for all ages. Sunday Morning Worship Service 10:50 a.m. Everyone is welcome. Springside Librar y hours: Tues., 1 to 7 p.m.; Thurs., 1 to 6 p.m., and Fri., 9:30 a.m to 12:30 p.m.
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in Theodore and surrounding areas to join us at Sunday morning worship. Our reg ular week ly ser v ices, a nd Sunday School, start at 9:30 a.m. Togo Togo bingos held every Wed. evening at the Silver Thread Community Center. Doors open at 7:00 and bingo begins at 7:30 p.m. Blackout jackpot is $400.00 Friday night supper specials held at the Silver Thread from 4:30 – 7:00 p.m. Admission at the door Everyone welcome. Month end Supper held at Silver Thread every last Tues. of the month from 4:30 – 7:00 p.m. Admission at the door. Everyone welcome. Veregin Museum Appreciation Day, National Doukhobor Heritage Village, Verigin, SK. Sun., June 5, 2016. Prayer Service -- 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Led by Saskatoon Doukhobor Society. Ethnic Lunch - 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. Program - 1:00 p.m. Peche Bread for sale. Continued on Page A8
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RCMP Musical Ride to perform in Roblin, Man. As part of the celebration it is their privilege, with help from the Roblin Ag Society to host one of Canada’s most recognized icons, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Musical Ride, which will be performing at the Roblin Fair Grounds in Roblin, Manitoba on July12, 2016. Celebrations will start at 7:00 p.m. with performances by local Entertainers, followed by
the RCMP Musical Ride at 8:00 p.m. The RCMP Musical Ride represents a colourful Canadian tradition. The troop of, 32 horses and riders will perform a variety of cavalry drills choreographed to music. Working through a unique medium, they support the RCMP community policing efforts throughout Canada. The Musical Ride was developed in 1876
By Cindy Elavsky Q: I remember this lovely actress who played Mark Greene’s daughter on “ER” and who also was on “The Young and The Restless” for a few years as Daisy. Can you tell me what I can see her in nowadays? — Tiffani T., via email A: Yvonne Zima, who made her big-screen debut at age 5 opposite legendary actor Al Pacino in “Heat,” has been keeping herself b u s y. A s i d e f r o m numerous roles in TV shows and movies such as “The Long Kiss Goodnight,” “Law and Order: SVU,” “Castle” and “Masters of Sex,” she also takes on the dual starring role in the Lifetime television original movie “Killing Mommy” (premiering
TALK OF THE TOWN Continued from Page A7 Waldron Mor e a nd Mer r ier Seniors meet at Clubrooms in Waldron Community Hall every Thurs. at 2:00 p.m. Whitewood C r o s s r o a d s Toastmasters Club #6668 meet weekly on Wed. nights at the Whitewood United Church from 7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Phone Maryann at 306-735-4405 for more info. See you then! Whitewood Librar y Hours: Tues. and Thurs., 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 - 5:00; Fri., 12:30 - 4:30 p.m. York ton This Week welcomes written submissions to Talk of the Town from not-forprofit and community o r g a n i z a t io n s . Information must be sent in writing, to Talk of the Town, Yorkton This Week,
Yvonne Zima Saturday, June 11), where she plays twins Deb and Juliana Hansen. I asked Yvonne what it was like filming this dual role, and she told me she was excited to take on the challenge: “It’s a really wonderful script, written by Trent Haaga. And the person behind all these films, (executive producer) Pierre David, makes a ton of films for Lifetime. He has figured it all out. I really like Pierre. I think he’s lovely. He’s French-Canadian. He smokes; he swears; he’s a real person. Box 1300, Yorkton, S3N 2X3, or by fax at 306-7861898, or email editorial@ yorktonthisweek.com All items must be in the Yorkton This Week office by noon Monday to appear in the following Saturday’s Marketplace. Yorkton This Week/ Marketplace is looking for photographs and event r ep or t s f r om throughout the Parkland area. If there is an event taking place in your community think about taking a few high quality photographs, write up the basic information of when it took place, what was taking place, where, why the event took place and submit to editorial@ yorktonthisweek. com (at t n E d it or Marketplace). We will do our best to use as many submissions as we can.
by early members of the North-West Mounted Police to display their riding ability and entertain the local community. It has evolved over the decades into a uniquely Canadian performance enjoyed by tens of thousands of spectators every year. Members of the Musical Ride are first and foremost police officers. They all have at least two years experi-
ence in active police work before volunteering for duty with the Musical Ride. Surprisingly, most have no prior riding experience. The general public will have an opportunity to pay a visit to the newly renovated Fairground barns where the horses will be stabled during the day on July 12 and talk to some of the officers who train, work and perform with the horses.
On July 12, some very excited members of our local 4-H Horse Clubs have been invited to participate in a basic training workshop led by RCMP Musical Ride Trainers who will work with them and their horses as part of the RCMP Youth initiative. Tickets for the event are $15.00 per person (children 6 & under free) and are available from any member of the Roblin
& District Lions Club, at Mitchell’s Drug Store, Roblin Home Hardware, Parkway Co-op Office and Parkway Co-op Gas Bar. For more information call 204-937-4944 or email: roblinlionsclub@ gmail.com or check out our group on facebook: Roblin & District Lions Club . Proceeds from ticket sales will be donated towards needs identified within the community.
“A big part of my preparation was trying to keep these two characters separate and to make them quite opposite. You have Juliana, who is a materialistic brat. Then you have Deb, who is kind of a barfly and completely in pain. She drinks and she smokes and she gets into fights. Keeping those two people separate was the main challenge, because you don’t want to watch a movie where you have twins and they are doing the same stuff and they’re basically the same.” Q: I have been watching a series on ABC called “American Crime,” and it hasn’t been on for three or four weeks, and I was wondering if it has been canceled. -- Mike H., Palm Springs, Florida A: ABC has renewed “American Crime” for a third season, and like the previous two seasons, it most likely will premiere in the first quarter of the new year. And also like
the previous two seasons, viewers can expect an entirely new storyline, with familiar faces playing new characters. I can’t wait to see what John Ridley and company have in store for us. Readers: Three days after I filed my most recent TV column, in
which I spoke of the future of “Castle,” ABC announced that it had decided to cancel the long-running series. Along with “Castle,” ABC also has canceled “Wicked City” (which was the first to go this past fall), “The Family,” “Galavant,” “Marvel’s Agent Carter,” “The
Muppets,” “Nashville” (which is being heavily shopped to other networks, like Hulu and CMT -- fingers crossed!) and “Of Kings and Prophets.” Stay tuned, as I’ll reveal over the next several weeks which of your favorite shows at the other networks got the ax.
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2008 NISSAN 350Z GRAND TOURING
Only 58,000 kms, “very unique,” last year of the 350Z model. Never winter driven & stored inside, fully loaded & super clean, too many options to list. New fall of 2015: touchscreen stereo, Stillen intake, Stillen dual exhaust, custom painted emblems & roof area, custom painted wheels. “A must to see!” No taxes.
2011 MUSTANG GT COUPE “CUSTOM” Very unique paint job, foose wheel/tire pkg., 5.0L V8, 6 speed manual, black heated and power seats, Rouch exhaust, Mach 500 stereo, too many other items to list, “A must to see”, Sask. P.S.T. paid. SALE PRICE
2007 MUSTANG GT COUPE 4.6 V8, 5 speed manual, cloth interior, very rare color and very sporty, only 38,000 kms, P.S.T. paid. SALE PRICE
2015 F-150 S/CREW PLATINUM 4X4 5.0L V8, one owner & PST paid, only 16,000 kms, fully loaded, #15-F-1. (Was $75,000 + taxes when new) Was $58,900 SLASHED TO
2015 EDGE SEL AWD 3.5L V6, dual zone A/C, rear camera, SYNC, leather, nav., panoramic roof, tech. pkg. & more, only 10,800 kms, #15-ED-1. SALE PRICE
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2015 GRAND CARAVAN CREW PLUS 3.2L V6, leather, moonroof, p. sliding doors, stow’n’go seats, p. liftgate, tri-zone temp ctrl. A/C, 7 pass. & more, only 21,500 kms, #15-DGC-1. Was $28,995 SLASHED TO
1.4 Ecotec turbo, A/C, C, T, PW/PL & more, only 31,500 kms, #15-CRU-1.
2014 EDGE SEL AWD 3.5L V6, heated cloth interior, SYNC & much more, only 30,000 kms, #14-ED-1. SALE PRICE
2014 FUSION SE 4 DR.
2013 F-150 S/CREW LARIAT 4X4 5.0L V8, fully loaded, only 51,500 kms, lots of warranty, #13-F-3.
2012 F-350 C/CAB L/BOX
2012 FORD F-150 S/CREW LARIAT 4X4
Dually 4x4, 6.7 diesel, Lariat, fully loaded (new updated dually fender tubs). New Was $74,000, SK tax paid, only 112,000 kms, #12-F-2.
6.5’ box, 3.5 Ecoboost, fully loaded, roll top cover, bed mat, new tires, PST paid & only 75,000 kms, one ower, #12-F-1.
2010 EDGE LIMITED AWD 2014 F-150 S/CREW FX4 LUXURY 4X4 5.0L V8, leather heated/cooled seats, rear camera, auto. temp. dual zone A/C, p. moonroof, p. sliding window, remote start, nav., tailgate step. Only 37,100 kms, #14-F-2. Was $47,500 SACRIFICE FOR
3.5L V6, fully equipped, SK PST paid, only 125,000 kms, #10-ED-1
V6, nav., moonroof, fully equipped, only 27,000 kms, #14-TAU-1. Was $26,995
2.5 4 cyl., moonroof, reverse sensing, heated front seats, appearance pkg. & much more, only 15,500 kms, #14-FU-2. Was $23,995
2014 GMC SIERRA 1500 SLT 4X4 All Terrain Edition, crew cab, 5.3 V8, only 64,000 kms, heated leather, moonroof & much more, Sask. PST paid, #14-GM-1. Was $43,995
2014 TAURUS SEL AWD
3.5L Ecoboost, fully loaded, #14-FL-1.
2014 FLEX LIMITED AWD
WAS $21,995 SLASHED TO
2.0 Ecoboost, heated leather, moonroof & fully loaded, only 9,000 kms, #14-FU-1.
2014 F-150 S/CREW LARIAT 4X4 5.0L V8, roll top cover & fully equipped, lots of warranty, Sask. PST paid, only 33,600 kms, #14-F-1. Was $46,995
5.0L V8, FX Luxury pkg., FX appearance pkg., moonroof, NAV., tailgate step & much more. Sask PST paid, only 50,000 kms, #13-F-1.
2013 F-150 S/CREW FX4 4X4
2014 FUSION SE AWD
2013 FORD F150 S/CREW LARIAT 4X4
2012 F-150 S/CAB STX 2WD
5.0L V8, fully equipped, Sask. PST paid, only 81,000 kms, #13-F-2. Was $38,900
3.7 V6, auto., A/C, C, T, CD, PW & p. locks, one owner & PST paid, approx. 73,500 kms, #12-F-3. Was $15,995
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2008 F-350 C/CAB XL 4X4
2011 DODGE RAM 1500 C/CAB LARAMIE 4X4 Only 93,000 kms & Sask. tax paid, 5.7 V8, nav., leather, moonroof & much more, #11-DR-1. Was $27,850 SLASHED TO
Just installed - rebuilt 5.4 V8 w/2 yr. warr., new brakes & calipers & rotors & fully reconditioned. Ready for work, #8-F-1.
Fully loaded, lady owned & Sask. PST paid, MUST SEE, #14-EXP-1. Was $39,500
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Second Nurse Practitioner at Foam Lake Dr. F. Hussain Bia will retire effective May 31, 2016 after 42 years of service. A second fulltime Nurse Practitioner position has been posted and will join Nurse Practitioner, Lorraine Barker, at the Primary Health Clinic in the Foam lake Health Centre on June 1, 2016.
“We want to sincerely thank Dr. Bia for his many years of service and wish him the very best of health and happiness in his retirement,” says Sandy Tokaruk, Vice President of Integrated Primary Health Services. Appointments can be made with either of the two Nurse Practitioners
by calling the clinic at 306-272-3325. In addition to the second Nurse Practitioner, the health region is in discussions to secure regular physician clinic days. Nurse Practitioners are registered nurses (NP/RNs) with enhanced knowledge of nursing gained through addition-
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• Don’t overlook your own garden and yard when putting together a centerpiece for a backyard BBQ or informal gathering. Herbs make a wonderful bouquet. • You can polish metal with wax paper. • To keep your kitchen trash can smelling sweet naturally, put three drops of eucalyptus or cinnamon oil on a cotton ball and drop it the bottom of the can. • What’s the right way to fold towels? So your folded towel uses the depth of the shelf it’s stored on. That way, you can store the maximum towels per shelf.
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Antler Acres Golf and Country Club The “little hidden treasure” in Churchbridge, Sk.
You can ﬁnd us 3 kms east of Churchbridge off Hwy #80 north side of town Phone 306-896-2806 9 HOLES, GRASS GREENS, LICENSED CLUBHOUSE 9 holes $15 18 holes $25 We honour 1/2 price to members of other clubs 7 days a week, not tournaments
Power carts, walk on welcome, friendly service • Senior Mixed Tournament Wed., July 20 • Hosting Kevin Kaminski Golf Classic Scramble July 30 •Ladies Tournament August 6 in conjunction with “Golf Fore the Cure” •Men’s Open Tournament, TBA •Men’s Nite on Tuesdays and Ladies Nite on Thursday at 6 p.m. • Senior Day Fridays 1 p.m.
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Quickly gaining the reputation as one of Saskatchewan’s Best 9’s with 5 of 9 holes re-built in 1999 by Grant Golf of Winnipeg, Canora boasts two settings - tall poplar & evergreen fairways contrast into links style holes with knee high natural grass areas lining wide fairways. As well as the park like beauty of the golf course, a spectacular Parkland view opens up adjacent to 6 & 7 fairways including a pristine country church in the background. A driving range, practice green and putting green are also available to sharpen your game. Canora is located between Good Spirit Provincial Park, Duck Mountain Provincial Park & Crystal Lake Resort, and is a must to play for golf enthusiasts of all skill levels. Greens Superintendent, Peter Steranko, has done a yeoman job in getting the course and specifically the greens in great shape. The clubhouse, managed by Donna Rock, features a sun-drenched deck area with food and beverage service. The clubhouse also caters to non-golf events.
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RM OF GRAYSON “Acreage across the Hwy. from Grayson” MLS®543801
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t 93 kilometres long, Last Mountain Lake is the largest naturally-formed lake in southern Saskatchewan. The north end of Last Mountain Lake is not exceptionally deep. It is, however, extremely productive. The wetlands in the north make up part of the Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area. The bird sanctuary was the ÀUVW HYHU LQ North America, and is one of the
After the spring spawn for walleye, Prokopetz suggests trolling bottom bouncers and spinners, because they’ll be all over looking for food. In the early season when the water is clear, nickle, copper and other ÁDVK\FRORXUVDUH\RXUEHVW bet, moving into glow-inmost WKHGDUN DQG ÁRXUHVFHQWV import- when the algae bloom and ant resting the water clouds up. areas for birds In the summer, Prokopeof all types. tz says that anglers should Fishing the north end of Last Mountain Lake is excellent, if challenging. As a major spawning area for walleye, this part of the lake offers anglers a great opportunity to test their walleye smarts.
the Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area. From Humboldt, drive south along Hwy 20. Before Govan, turn right (west) and follow straight through to Last Mountain Regional Park, where there is a public boat launch.
Numerous facilities and amenities exist around Last Mountain Lake, and beach areas are plentiful. Be sure to check road conditions before heading out, as some look for points and transi- access points may be more tions, moving shallow to challenging in rough weathdeep. “Pull crankbaits along er. the drop offs,” he adds. The Angler’s Atlas has a new app! It’s ideal for taking out on the water with you. You can save maps, add pictures, post stories, and mark hotspots. If you’re feeling generous, you can even share with your friends using our new groups option! The app is free for Android and iOS, DQG LV WKH SHUIHFW ÀVKLQJ companion. Take our website with you wherever you go!
Greg Prokopetz from Pokey’s Tackle in Regina, says that the north end of Last Mountain Lake has some prime pike and walleye areas in the LAKE ACCESS early spring. Big Arm rom Humboldt, there Bay, on the western are several different side, is a perfect place route options, and several IRUHDUO\VHDVRQÀVK different potential stopping points along Last Mountain Lake. Here we preview the route to the far north end and
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Notice is hereby given under the Tax Enforcement Act that unless the arrears and costs appearing opposite the land described in the following list are fully paid before the 3rd day of August, 2016, a tax lien will be registered against the land. NOTE: A sum for the costs in an amount required by subsection 4(3) of the Tax Enforcement Act, is included in the amount shown against each parcel. DESCRIPTION OF THE TOTAL COST OF TOTAL COSTS PROPERTY ARREARS ADVERTISEMENT AND ARREARS Lot 3-4, Block 10, Plan AA5416 $1,121.77 $10.00 $1,131.77 Lot 18, Block 18, Plan 75Y10602 $1,247.58 $10.00 $1,257.58 Dated this 3rd day of June, 2016. Tracey Werner, ACTING ADMINISTRATOR
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At Your Service BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY Business Services
Renos & Home Improvement
APPLYING FOR CANADA PENSION PLAN DISABILITY BENEFITS? Increase your chance of success. Call the Disability Claims Advocacy Clinic. Call 1-877-793-3222. www.dcac.ca. email@example.com.
FOR ALL your Interior, Exterior work. Decks, fences, siding, windows/doors and builds. Bath and kitchen remodeling/tiling. Experienced and licensed. Call Mike at 306-621-7526.
Carpentry K&K CONSTRUCTION & Carpentry: Renovating, Roofing, Siding, Fences, Garages, etc. Call Thomas Kowalchuk at 306-621-5663 or 306-786-1887 (business).
Cleaning HOUSE CLEANER Available for residential cleaning in Yorkton. Phone 306-782-3711.
Lawn & Garden
BUILT TO LAST PRICED TO SELL STOP BY NOW! Bring in your mowers & equipment before the season starts
Stihl FS38 $14995
YORKTON SMALL ENGINE & REPAIR 386 - 7th Ave. N.
CALL 306-783-0544 NUMBER ONE WORLDWIDE
Renos & Home Improvement BRAZEAU MASONRY & ROOFING. Asphalt shingling, cultured stone, brick & block layer, chimney repair, stucco & parging repair Free estimates. Wayne 306-3318069.
Notices / Nominations Under the provisions of The Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Act, 1997 Notice is hereby given that Lloyd Conrad Miller has applied to the Liquor and Gaming Authority for a Tavern with Off-sale & Daily Family Dining endorsement Permit to sell alcohol in premises known as Rellim Bar & Grill at 4 Main St., Rhein, SK of which the following is a correct legal description: Lots 1 to 3 Block 1 Plan No. 25787 4 Main St., Village of Rhein, SK Written objections to the granting of the permit may be filed with SLGA not more than two weeks from the date of publication of this notice. Every person filing a written objection with SLGA shall state their name, address and telephone number in printed form, as well as the grounds for the objection(s). Petitions must name a contact person, state grounds and be legible. Each signatory to the petition and the contact person must provide an address and telephone number. Frivolous, vexatious or competitionbased objections within the beverage alcohol industry may not be considered and may be rejected by the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Licensing Commission, who may refuse to hold a hearing. Write to: Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority Box 5054 Regina, Saskatchewan, S4P 3M3 Give your tight budget a little relief. Make some extra cash by selling the items you no longer need with a low-cost, fast-acting Yorkton This Week and Marketplace Classified Ad. Phone 306-782-2465.
Services for Hire
CORRAL CLEANING 1 spreader 1 track loader
Houses for Sale
Farms for Sale
3 BDRM, 936 sq.ft., built in 1979/80. 3 lots, 8x10 shed in Rhein. $80,000 OBO. Call 306620-2019.
HUNTER’S DELIGHT. 2 bedroom, over 1050sq.ft., new windows, new deck, new shingles, laundry on main, large corner lot, garage, large shed, fruit trees, good hunting & fishing area, good neighbours, only 7 miles from Good Spirit Lake. You’ll love it. $49,900. Phone 306-563-7059.
4 BEDROOM, 2 Bathroom House for Sale in Theodore. Detached 2 car garage, all appliances included. Phone 306-647-2736. HOUSE FOR SALE in Lipton, SK. Solid family bungalow. Well appointed and attention to detail is evident throughout this remodeled home. It is perfect for a retiring couple or young family. 109 Watson St. Built in 1985. Ext. Bldg. size 1196sq.ft. Full basement, taxes $2,102 (2015), Third bedroom rec. room and 3-pc. bath in basement. All appliances included. Call Jim or Deana Schultz 306-3315915 or 306-336-0030.
• Landscaping • Excavating
LOT FOR SALE: 60’ x 125’, high corner lot on Kittel Ave. RM of Orkney. Phone 403-818-7975.
Farms for Sale
Farms for Sale
Acres of Expertise.
Call for bookings & rates 1-780-887-6234 ROBERT’S SKID STEER SERVICE
Lots & Acreages for Sale LAKE LOTS FOR SALE Large, serviced lakeside and 2nd row cul-de-sac lots for sale at M & M Tiechko Beach at Good Spirit Lake. Go to www.mandmtiechkobeach.com or phone 306-668-8459 for more details.
Wade Berlinic (306) 641-4667 Wade.Berlinic@HammondRealty.ca HammondRealty.ca
RJ’S TRUCK & TRAILER REPAIR • Heavy trucks • Heavy trailers • Light trucks $ • Cars
WE NOW DO HEAVY TRUCK SAFETIES
FENCE REMOVAL. Wire rolled, Posts removed and piled. Call 306-783-5639 or cell 306-6414255.
Childcare Wanted SEEKING IN HOME CHILD CAREGIVER (NOC 6474-C) A permanent full time child caregiver is required to provide care for two (2) children (ages 7 and 5) in a private household. Live-in arrangement is not required for this position. Starting wage is : $11.50/hr with up to 44 work hours/week. Over 44 work hours will be paid over time rate. No benefits available. Applicant must meet the following requirements: *Completion of secondary education. *Completion of minimum 6 months care giving training course or early childhood education, or other related field. *At least 6 months of child care work experience or related field. *Possession of valid first aid certification and updated CPR training is an asset but not mandatory. *Mandatory Criminal Record Check. *Must be able to speak, read, write and comprehend English language. *Knowledge of cooking African dishes is an asset but not mandatory. *Caregiver is expected to assume full responsibility of child care and household management during the absence of parents. Will assist with meal planning and preparation. Assists children with homework, activity planning and other routine housekeeping tasks. Job will be located at the employer’s private home in the City of Yorkton, Saskatchewan. Email detailed resume highlighting education and experience with at least 2-3 employment references to: Lolade - firstname.lastname@example.org. Preference will be given to Canadian and Permanent Resident who meets the employer requirements and is willing to sign a two (2) year work agreement. Please apply by: June 10, 2016.
LANE REALTY ATWATER: 1604 ac. - 1360 cult. ac., assess. 85,340/qtr., strong water supply, steel grain storage. BREDENBURY: 20 ac. - 1586 sq. ft. home w/recent renovations on well treed yard. CANORA: 103 ac. - 84 cult. ac., assess. 59,100, steel grain storage. CHURCHBRIDGE: 20 ac. - 1380 sq ft home, steel grain storage, approx. 25 miles from K1 Potash Mines. ESTERHAZY: 320 ac. - 269 cult. ac., 1370 sq. ft. bungalow on well treed yard. 16 ac. acreage and land avail. separately! ITUNA: 158 ac. - 100 cult. ac. (tame grass), perimeter fencing, 1216 sq ft home on well maintained yard. ITUNA: 662.84 ac. - 487 cult., assess. 73,475/qtr. ITUNA: 770 ac. - 685 cult. ac., assess 80,660/qtr., strong water supply, house w/mature shelter belt. WROXTON: 159 ac. - 97 cult. ac. with house and strong water supply. YORKTON: 20 ac. - 15 cult. ac., located on Highway #16. YORKTON: 41.79 ac.- 2,815 feet of Hwy #10 frontage. Great commercial development potential! YORKTON: 1439 ac. – 917 ac. tame hay, 90 ac. nat. grass, cattle facilities, 1385 sq ft home, 1 mile off Highway #8. YORKTON: 1755 ac. - 1000 cult. ac. + 507 ac. tame grass, 2 yard sites w/two homes, cattle facilities w/many more features.
47 NEW SALES SO FAR IN 2016! For all your buying or selling needs contact: Ed Beutler: Yorkton/Whitewood 306-620-7260 Jason Beutler: Yorkton/Estevan 306-735-7811 Doug Jensen: Melville/Raymore 306-621-9955
Saskatchewan’s Farm & Ranch Specialists™ WITH OVER 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS! Phone: 306-569-3380 email@example.com
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Apartments/Condos for Rent
NOTICE SOCIAL HOUSING AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING AVAILABLE
40 Russell Drive
2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, main floor laundry, all appliances and central air included. Call for more details
• 3 and 4 Bedroom Houses • 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments Contact the Hudson Bay Housing Authority for more information
1-306-865-3334 1-306-865-3314 fax 1-306-865-7976 text
GIBSON & OTIS APTS.
Land for Sale
VERY QUIET BUILDING
R.M. OF ORKNEY #244 - NE-0826-05-W2, 7 1/2 miles West of Yorkton. Assessment. 38,000. 160 acres - approx. 85 acres hayland/pasture, approx. 75 acres slough/bush, fence, $89,900 or offers. Clarence Hannotte. Yorkton, 306-621-8079.
Land for Rent RM OF CANA#214. For Rent. SE-15-22-04-W2; SW-05-22-04W2. Can be rented with long or short term contract. Phone 306231-5611.
9 Duncan St. E., 2nd Ave. N.
BACHELOR, 1 & 2 BEDROOM APTS. Starting at
COLUMBIA WEST & PREMIER EAST APTS. Bradbrooke Dr.
LAKE FRONT, older mobile home at Ricer’s Campground. Lake of the Prairies on leased lot. T.V., dish, air conditioner, completely furnished with 220 power included. Seasonal site. Rent paid for 2016. $12,500 OBO. 306-641-0071. Yorkton, SK.
Bachelor, 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Suites - Fridge, stove, parking, heat & water included - Security doors, close to bus stop - No pets - Balconies on 2 & 3 bedroom suites
SERVICED, FLOOD proof Lake Front Lots from $44,900. See Old Town Harbour on Regina Kijiji, Facebook or call for a brochure, price list & info. 204-761-6165.
LARGE LOT, Moose area, beautiful metal covered scenic cabin 20 x 24. Deeded Red Deer East. $85,000. Phone 204-734-3669.
Apartments/Condos for Rent
• Large 1 & 2 bedroom. • Soft water, heat, and parking included • Fridge & stove • In suite laundry • A/C, deck & patio door • Secure, quiet FOR VIEWING CALL
Janet 306-620-6838 ON BUS ROUTE
Just North of Parkland Mall Taking Applications for
1 & 2 BEDROOM SUITES Recently renovated with new appliances. REFERENCES REQUIRED FOR APPOINTMENT CALL
306-783-3379 Available Immediately for Rent! 2 BEDROOM SUITE IN 4-PLEX BUILDING For Inquiries, please call
306-782-8803 Daytime Open Houses
2 BDRM APARTMENT AVAILABLE JUNE 1st IN A QUIET 4-PLEX ON 1ST AVE. Spacious, well maintained, and close to downtown. Rent $750/month, heat and water included, coin laundry, parking. Nonsmoking, No Pets. references required, damage deposit needed. For application email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 3069-244-6890 during the day or evening before 8:30pm. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY energy efficient 2 bedroom condos close to downtown. Bath & a half, deep soaker tub, walk-in closet, 9 ft. ceilings, oak trim, up graded ceramic tile flooring, private balconies for BBQ, lots of storage plus heated attached garage. Appliances include fridge, stove, dishwasher, washer, dryer and water softener. Non smoking, no pets. References required. Call 306621-7414 for further information or for viewing.
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706 Park Dr
1303 Deerfoot Tr
1401 Deerfoot Tr
137 Oldroyd Dr
MLS ® 564187 M MLS ® 573500 M MLS ® 572290 M MLS ® 557671 M
2 bdrm. available immediately. Bachelor & 1 bdrm. available in June
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Apartments/Condos for Rent BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom townhouse; 1200 sq.ft. close to school & hospital, central air conditioning, high efficiency furnace. References & lease required. Call George at 306-537-3228 & Warren at 306-620-3233.
Houses For Rent 2 BEDROOM house, downtown, 4 appliances, Non-smokers. references Available May 15. Call 0150.
close to No Pets, required. 306-782-
3 BEDROOM, 2 storey house, detached garage and fenced yard. Available July 1. $925/month + utilities. Small pet ok. Phone 780991-9596. FOR RENT: 4 bedroom, 1 1/2 storey home, totally renovated, central location, includes 4 appliances. References required. Phone 306-782-9673. FOR RENT in Yorkton, 2 bedroom home, clean, 4 appliances, single detached garage, N/S, N/P. Phone 204-937-3897. SPRINGSIDE HOUSING Authority is currently accepting applications for a 3 bedroom home. Fridge and stove included. Well kept, clean and quiet neighborhood. Rent is based on income. For more information and applications please call Morlie at (306)792-2222. STARTING AT $550, Houses For Rent in Canora. No Pets. References required. Utilities extra. Phone for more information 306-563-2031. www.canorahomerentals.com.
Suites For Rent AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. Basement Suite For Lease. 20 Laurier Avenue, Yorkton, SK. Taking applications for a 1 bedroom basement suite. City Approved, 2 years old, close to downtown, appliances included are fridge, stove, washer and dryer, large backyard, No Pets, No Smoking, Ideal for student or single person, street parking, references required. Call for applications or to leave message 306-786-3323 or 306-621-5823. BASEMENT SUITE For Rent. Southwest Yorkton (new area), 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, shared laundry, wi-fi, all utilities included. $750/month. 306-621-6837. NOW ACCEPTING applications for fully furnished basement suite in private home. N/S, No pets. $800/month. Damage deposit $400. Available July 1. Phone 306783-2427. SPRINGSIDE HOUSING Authority is currently accepting applications for 1 & 2 bedroom Senior Suites at the Heritage Place. Fridge and stove included. Central laundry with two washers and dryers. Well kept, ready for rent. Rent is based on income. For more information and applications please call Morlie at 306-792-2222. SPY HILL HOUSING AUTHORITY is currently accepting applications for 1 bedroom Senior Suites at Parkview Manor. Fridge and stove, central laundry with 2 washers and 2 dryers, well kept and ready for rent. Smoke free building. Rent is based on income. For more information contact Denyse Jack, Manager, 306-740-0542.
Appliances FROST FREE White Fridge. W 30 inches, H - 66 1/2 inches, D 25 inches. $250. Phone 306-7823042.
Wanted WANTED: OLD gas station items. Gas pumps, signs, tin oil cans, coke machines, pop signs, thermometers, clocks, air meters, parts cabinets, wolf & bear traps. Also, steel anvils, forges and forge blowers etc. Call 306-742-7606. Paying cash $$$$. WANTED: SILVER and Gold coins, also Bullion. Call 306-7833230.
Building Supplies COMPLETE SET of hickory kitchen cabinets, separate island with granite counter top. Kamsack 306542-7604.
Heavy Equipment 2014 BOBCAT T650. 75hp, 225 hours, 2 buckets plus pallet fork, a/c, radio, air ride seats, full load deal. $65,750. Phone 306-7833230. S175 Bobcat skid steer, low hours, ready to work, $19,500. 306-7833230.
Wanted to Buy WANTED: CHINA CABINET in good condition. Prefer buffet and hutch style, but would consider others. Call 306-782-5141.
For Sale - Misc PORK AND BEEF SALE Pork Halves $2.00/lb. Cut & Wrapped
Beef Halves Cut & Wrapped Hamburger
North Country Meats
For Sale - Misc
GIFT CERTIFICATE at Dream Weddings, value $2,625. KW Men’s Wear gift certificate, value $1,000. Event by Kristin Wedding Planning & Decorating, value $1,375. Carol’s Photography gift card, $1,000. Hair & make-up service, value $800. Swiss Gear luggage set, value $570. Asking 60% on value. Phone 306-783-3983.
66 PARK ST. Grace Presbyterian Church. (By the water tower). Saturday, June 4, 10am-2pm. Tail gate Garage Sale & BBQ. A great way to but or sell. Vendors $10 per vehicle, Come park and sell your garage sale items, direct sale or handmade items. Proceeds fro Grace Children’s programming. For info call 306-783-3759.
WANTED: JD 6601 Combine. Prefer shedded not rusted out. MF#36 Discers. Call 306-723-4875.
NEWLY BUILT 8x12 barn style garden shed. Complete with vinyl siding. $1350. Will build on site. Call 306-783-6240.
75 POPLAR BAY. Fri., June 3 & Sat., June 4, 10am-5pm. Multiple items, like new oak furniture, fridge, serving dishes, home decor, clothes, etc.
DECK BOAT AND LIFT. 2010 Princecraft Ventura 222, Mercury 200hp Optimax, used 74 hrs, Seastar power steering, Mercury Mariner 4 blade stainless propeller, Stainless ski bar, Automatic bilge pump, Travel tarp, folding canopy, 22’ Fish Finder, livewell, pedestal tables, storage portapotti, tandemaxle galvanized trailer, hydraulic brakes and bearing buddies, Shoremaster aluminum electric lift with wheels, solar panel with remotes, Weathermax canopy 25’X12’. 306-782-2558 or 306641-2201.
TRACTOR - OLIVER 88 standard, v.g. condition. $3,300.00 OBO. Rubber tired 4 wheel farm trailer $125.00 OBO. Call 306-563-5074 evenings.
PROVINCE-WIDE CLASSIFIEDS. Reach over 500,000 readers weekly. Call Yorkton This Week NOW or 306-782-2465 or email email@example.com for details. TOSHIBA 21” TV, Mason & Risch Piano. Phone 306-783-5509. UNDERGROUND WIRE, many electrical supplies new and used. Phone 306-621-5076.
Garage Sales 114 GORDON AVE. W. (Collacott Subdivision). Thurs., June 2 & Fri., June 3, 8am-5pm, Sat., June 4, 8am-12noon. Huge multi-family moving sale. 117 GEORGE AVE. (Collacott Subdivision-Seredaville) Fri., June 3 & Sat., June 4, 9am-7pm. Kids & adult clothing, toys, housewares, love seat, Electrolux vacuum, shop tools, A.C. welder, tires, chainsaw, Tiger torch, lots of Manstuff!! 2008 F-150, 63 Chev 1.2 ton. Something for Everyone! 134 LAURIER AVE. Thurs., June 2, 12noon-7pm, Fri., June 3, 10am-7pm & sat., June 4, 9am2pm. Apartment size deep freeze, circular saw, dresser, chest of drawers, roller blades, lots of household items, baking. 135 DUNLOP St. E. Wed., June 1, 2pm-8pm, Thurs., June 2 & Fri., June 3, 8am-6pm & Sat., June 4, 8am-1pm. Clothes, plants, several family miscellaneous items. 140 SIMPSON ST. Thurs., June 2 & Fri., June 3, 9am-7pm. Tons of boys clothes (0-18 months), teen and adult clothing, all in euc, household, home decor and so much more. Priced to sell. 155 DUNCAN ST. W. Fri., June 3, Sat., June 4, 8am-6pm. Moving sale, china hutch, china cabinet, dresser, apartment size piano, old gramophone, collectibles, etc. 15 MACKENZIE DR. Fri., June 3, 9am-7pm & Sat., June 4, 9am4pm. Massive multi-family garage sale. Everything Must Go! Household items, small appliances, home decor, brand name clothing, toys and much more! 175 PEAKER AVE. Fri., June 3, 9am-8pm & Sat., June 4, 9am5pm. Moving Yard Sale. 197 MORRISON DR. Fri., June 3, 2pm-7pm, Sat., June 4, 8am-5pm & Sun., June 5, 10am-3pm. Lots of assorted items. 26 GLENBROOKE DR. Thurs., June 2, 4pm-8pm, Fri., June 3, 8:30am-8pm, & Sat., June 4, 8:30am-12noon. Multi-Family Garage Sale. Patio set, glass Coffee and End Table Set, Misc. Furniture, Small appliances and much more! 285 6TH AVE. N. Fri., June 3, 1pm-7pm & Sat., June 4, 9am2pm. 32 ELMWOOD PL. Fri., June 3 & Sat., June 4, 9am-8pm. Plus mini trade fair. Something for Everyone! 434 HARRIS ST. (East of Peavy Mart). Fri., June 3, 9am-7pm & Sat., June 4, 9am-4pm. Large variety of items - from camper, household, children & adult clothing & garage. Lots of tools, laminate flooring & wooden office desk. 460 PARKVIEW RD. Thurs., June 2 & Fri., June 3, 8am-7pm, Sat., June 4, 8am-4pm. Double family garage sale. 492 PARKVIEW Rd.; Thurs., June 2, 8am-7pm, Fri., June 3, 8am5pm. Multi-family. Girl’s clothes, birth to 10 years, antiques, toys. 58 RAE AVE. (East of Peavy Mart in the Harris Subdivision) Fri., June 3, 10am-4pm & Sat., June 4, 9am-2pm. Multi-family yard sale. (weather permitting). 64 MACFARLINE Ave.; Thurs., June 2, 9am-6pm, Fri., June 3, 9am-6pm and Sat., June 4, 8am1pm. Large garage sale. Household items, garage items, brass items and lots of misc. items. 66 & 72 CANWOOD CRES. Thurs., June 2 & Fri., June 3, 9am6pm. Lots of misc. stuff, some antiques. 74 BAILEY Dr., Fri., June 3, 10am7pm. Estate Sale. Antique furniture (chairs, antique), china cabinet, Beatles albums, collectables, garden tools, jewellery, clothes, misc., too numerous to mention.
79 7TH Ave. S. Sat., June 4, 9am-3pm. SPCA Annual Fundraiser/Garage Sale. Weather permitting. 82 5TH Ave. N.; Fri., June 3, 9am4pm, Sat., June 4, 8am-noon. Barbecue with tank, upright deepfreeze, 2 Schwinn bikes, his & hers, tvs, lots of misc. SPRINGSIDE & DISTRICT COMMUNITY WIDE GARAGE SALE. Saturday, June 4, 9am-6pm. Maps available the day of the sale at Springside Grocery and the China Diner.
Pets FOR SALE: 2 very small, quiet miniature horses. Both mares, suitable for anyone. Phone Deb 204-734-4005. Nimetz Miniatures. Kenville, MB.
1992 32FT. Cardinal Cobra 5th wheel. Shedded, kitchen in rear, 1 slide out, sleeps 6, 1 queen size bed, built in radio. Comes with king pin stabilizer. Asking $7500 OBO. Phone 306-272-4828. 2001 KEYSTONE Montana 5th wheel, 31’, 3 slides, air, low kms, $9,800. Call 306-621-8397. 2007 - 30’ MAKO Travel Trailer with equalizer hitch, large slide out, awning, A/C, TV & fireplace, queen size bed plus hide-a-bed couch, dinette suite & reclining chairs, microwave, stove, large fridge, large outside rug. Very good condition. 306-782-7224. 2012 FLAGSTAFF Travel Trailer. Double slides, sleeps 6, no pets, no smoking, fully loaded, equalizer hitch, like new. $26,500.00. 306849-4501.
4 - 17x7 alloy rims with pressure monitors off Buick LaCrosse. $250.00. Phone 306-647-2679. 4 BLACK Steel rims 16”x 6 1/2”, 5 hole. Price $120.00. Call Brian 306-782-6185. Wrecking over 250 units... cars and trucks. Lots of trucks... Dodge... GMC... Ford... Imports... 1/2 ton to 3 tons... We ship anywhere... Call or text 306-821-0260. Lloydminster.
FOR SALE: 1970’s Model #546 Rock-o-matic rock picker. Rebuilt teeth, reels and tires good. Asking $1,500. Call 204-564-2593. Roblin area. GOOD’S USED TRACTOR PARTS (204) 564-2528 or 1-877-564-8734 Roblin, MB
1975 BACKHOE Case 580B, low hours. $10,000 OBO. Contact Dave Beynon at 306-744-2729 or 306-321-4240 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. WANTED: OLDER Cat with hydraulic dozer in fair working condition for farm use. Phone 306-5472836.
MACHINING: LATHE & milling work: Plus welding. Reasonable rates. G.B. Manufacturing Ltd. 20 miles East of Yorkton. Anthony 306-6416711 or 306-273-4235. WILL DO Custom Welding for free standing panels, wind breaks, troughs etc. Phone Paul Fehr at 306-547-1414. Preeceville.
Precision Ag & Drainage Solutions
2006 CHEVY IMPALA LT, 4dr., pw/pl, remote start, sunroof, 164kms, $3500.00. Call 306-7834442.
- Surface & Tile Drainage Surveying, Design, Consulting & Install Assistance - Sales & Service of Rotary Ditcher Ltd., Toreq by Steiger Scrapers, Soil Max Tile Plow, SD Drain & Ditch Assist Grade Controllers & More - R.M. & Ag Contracting with Rotary Mower, Ditcher & More 306-621-9620 or saskdrainage.com
2007 BUICK ALLURE CXL. 142,000kms. Colour: white. Mint shape. Non-smoking. $6,000 or best offer. 3069-548-5470. New windshield.
Motorcycles 2010 H/D Ultra Limited in Merlot red with 21,000kms. 103 cu. Vance & Hines pipes & header stage II kit, Mint condition. Never abused driven by an old guy. $19,500 OBO. No test pilots. Home 306-728-5146 Melville, SK. Text 306-730-6566. 2010 KAWASAKI KLR 650. Dual Purpose, 4,300kms. $3,500. Like new. Phone 306-783-0374 after 5pm.
Parts & Accessories GREAT PRICES on new, used and remanufactured engines, parts and accessories for diesel pickups. Large inventory, engines can be shipped or installed. Give us a call or check us out at www.thickettenginerebuilding.ca. Thickett Engine Rebuilding. Ph. 204-532-2187 Russell, MB.
Trucks & Vans 2005 TOYOTA Tacoma SR5. 134kms, 5 speed manual, 2x4 4cyl., access cab, winter & summer tires. Call or text 306-7827348. $9700. 2007 GRAND CARAVAN, 201kms, 3.3L V6, auto, Sto N Go seating. $4,500. Call 306-5628011.
SHAW VESPER and Foray Wheat. All midge tolerant. Austenson feed Barley, Metcalfe & Merdith Barley. Call Andrew at Calder at 306-742-4682.
C. JONES TRUCKING SERVICE INC.
Livestock DEHORNED YEARLING and 2 year old Hereford Bulls. View at www.vcherefordfarm.com or call Wes at 306-743-5105. Langenburg, SK. REGISTERED 3 year old Gelding Welsh pony. Chestnut colour, halter broke and lunged. Phone 306783-8388. BLACK ANGUS Bulls. High performance yearlings and two year olds. Semen tested and delivered. Section 7 Ranch. Rocanville, SK. 306-645-2019.
Available for long and short distance livestock hauling. Reasonable rates. Your choice • 53’ tridem trailer • 53’ quad trailer.
Phone 306-782-2830 or cell 306-621-9508 General Employment
Seniors, Parents, Children! Earn some extra cash (possibly of up to $400/month depending on route size), get exercise and work only a few hours a week too!
Be a Yorkton This Week Carrier! 14 FT. ALUMINUM BOAT 15hp Evinrude motor, 2 gas tanks, anchor & paddles.
Asking $3,000 OBO. Call 306-543-4603 or 306-535-2840 16’ LUND BOAT with trailer, 70hp Evinrude motor, nice condition. $3,800. New 90hp Mercury propeller $70. Phone 306-783-3573. 1984 SYLVAN 18 1/2 Aluminum boat, deep v open front, speedometer, 115 Mercury engine, power train, built in gas tank, bilge pump complete with 2000 trailer, fish finder. $4,800 firm. 306-6410071. Yorkton, SK.
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This Week Marketplace | June 3, 2016 Livestock
FORAGE BASED Black Angus Bulls. Virgin 2 year olds & herd sires available. Genetics with maternal and calving ease traits. www.nerbasbrosangus.com. 204-564-2540 or 204-773-6800. FOR SALE: Polled Purebred 2 year old and yearling Charolais bulls. Some red factor. Phone 306435-7116, 306-645-4383 or 306645-2955. Kingâ€™s Polled Charolais. PUREBRED Red Angus Yearling Bulls; Heifer and Cow Bulls, quiet, delivered and guaranteed. Twin Heritage Farms, Sheho, SK. 306272-7501 or 306-849-2112.
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306-786-6600 Yorkton, SK General Employment Looking for an online business? I can help! You will receive free training and after support. Go to www.123haveitall.com and check it out. Requires a computer and telephone and 5-15 hours weekly.
SPORTS REPORTER Yorkton This Week has an immediate opening for a
SPORTS REPORTER Applicants should have knowledge of CP style, camera use, video capabilities, excellent writing skills and strong organizational skills. Duties include covering all types of sports in a very active community. If you love sports and have a strong drive to do great work, send your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to: Yorkton This Week Box 1300 Yorkton, Sask. S3N 2X3
HANDYMAN REQUIRED for odd jobs. Phone John at 306-6213697.
Village of Sheho seeks Administrator The Village of Sheho is accepting applications for the position of Urban Municipal Administrator. This is a four-day/24 hours per week position offering a competitive salary. Applicants should have a minimum Urban Standard Certification of qualification in Local Government Administration or be willing to take the course (can be taken by correspondence). The successful individual must be able to work independently and have excellent verbal and written communication, planning, computer & accounting skills which would include the Treasurer for the Sheho & District Culture & Recreation Board, and the operation of the Canada Post Outlet. The applicant must be bondable and submit a detailed resume and cover letter with references and salary expectations by June 27th, 2016 and commence work July 25th, 2016. Only applicants that have been chosen for an interview will be contacted. This position will remain open until such time as a candidate is hired. Please send resumes to: Village of Sheho Box 130 Sheho, Sk. S0A 3T0 email@example.com Fax 306-849-2055
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The Discount team at Loblaw is rooted in a shared goal to Feed Everyone. Itâ€™s about easy access to fresh, affordable food and working tirelessly to ensure our customers get more for their grocery dollar than anywhere else. We know that a bright future starts with helping more children, people and families live well today so they can pursue great tomorrows. Please apply online at Loblaw.ca/careers For current colleagues, itâ€™s an exciting time to be a part of the team and our unparalleled investment means working with us can be something special for you too. Itâ€™s more than just talk â€“ we have a roadmap in place and are hiring talented colleagues who are passionate about providing an exceptional shopping experience for customers. Everyone has opportunity â€“ show us what you will do with yours.
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Director of Corporate Strategy and Development Parkland College invites applications for a Director of Corporate Strategy and Development at our Yorkton Campus.
PARTS PERSON. Join BCâ€™s Largest Volume Outdoor Power Equipment Sales and Service Centre with over 20 employees serving BC since 1986. We require immediately, one Full-Time (Yearround) experienced Parts Person to join our Parts Department. Duties include Counter Sales, Telephone inquiries and Sales, Parts Look-up (Both Computer and Manual), Inventory stocking and merchandising. This F/T position requires applicant to have knowledge of the outdoor power equipment industry, superior customer service skills, and excellent communicative and organizational skills. Medical and Dental plan. Salary is commensurate with experience. Mail resume to: Fraser Valley Equipment Ltd., 13399 72nd Avenue, Surrey, BC, V3W-2N5, fax: 604-599-8840, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. PURE FUSION HEALTH SERVICES. We are seeking a Registered Massage Therapist. If you have excellent skills and are client focused Call 306-782-7820.
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June 3, 2016 | This Week Marketplace General Employment
The Rural Municipality of St. Philips #301 is seeking applications for a
SEASONAL MOWER OPERATOR Must provide a valid driverâ€™s license and provide his/her own truck. Must have mechanical knowledge & tractor experience. Must be able to operate with a minimum or without supervision. Hours are 40 -50 per week from end of June to mid-October. Wage is negotiable depending on work experience. Persons wishing to submit an application may drop off a resume at the Municipal OfďŹ ce, 205 Main St., Pelly, SK or fax 306-595-4941 or email email@example.com on or before 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 14, 2016.
SMALL ENGINE TECHNICIAN. Join BCâ€™s Largest volume Outdoor Power Equipment Sales and Service Centre with over 20 employees serving BC since 1986. We require immediately, one FullTime(Year-round) experienced Service Technician to join our extremely busy service centre. This F/T position requires the applicant to have extensive knowledge of 2cycle and 4cycle engines, all lawn and garden equipment and related power equipment. Industry certification is definitely an asset, Medical and Dental plan. Salary is commensurate with experience. Mail resume to: Fraser Valley Equipment Ltd., 13399 72nd Avenue, Surrey, BC, V3W-2N5, Fax: 604-599-8840, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Penn-Truss Mfg. Inc.
Sun., June 5/16 - 11:00 a.m.
Well established Truss Manufacturing Company Requires
DALE ONUFREYCHUK AUCTION Directions: 11 km south and 5 km west of Sheho, SK
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Contact: 306-272-7096 Machinery - tractors, trucks, tillage, haying, misc. equipment, misc. For complete listing see Marketplace May 27. Visit our website at www.ukrainetzauction.com
For flat deck work, over dimensional loads, weekends off, home most nights.
SALE CONDUCTED BY
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Sat., June 4/16 - 10:00 a.m. Directions: From Yorkton 8 km north on #9 to Mehan Rd., 12 km E. Contact Gord: 306-621-1619 Acreage equipment, antique equipment, yard equipment, shop, household. For complete listing see Marketplace May 27. Visit our website at www.ukrainetzauction.com
Auctions 31 FULLY SERVICED LAKE LOTS - Murray Lake, Saskatchewan. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, June 27 in Saskatoon. Lots range from 0.28 +/- to 0.35 +/- acres. Brennan LeBlanc: 306-280-4878; rbauction.com/realestate. ESTATE AUCTION: June 11, 708, 3rd St. Humboldt, SK. House, Property; Dodge Truck; Guns & Hunting; Fishing; Yard/Garden; Tools, Household; Collectibles; Misc.; KIRSCH AUCTIONS 306367-4925. kirschauctions.ca. PL#908445.
Call 306-744-2403 or email charles@ penntruss.com
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Restaurant for sale by tender, closing on June 17, 2016. Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Seating Capacity for 100. Fully equipped with grill, deep fryer, coolers, freezers, walk in cooler, chairs, tables, pots, pans, dishes, glasses, flatware, etc. Located on three lots on the corner of Highway 3 and 24. Contact Ron Radke at 306-883-4321, by email at email@example.com or Lola Lapesky at 306-883-4322 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
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Roblin Consignment Auction
10:30AM - Saturday, June 11th, 2016 North Hall - Hwy #83 ~ Roblin, MB
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This Week Marketplace | June 3, 2016
45+ Upcoming Agricultural Auctions June to August 2016 Saskatoon Auction Site – June 27
Regina Auction Site – July 13
4 of 5— 2013 John Deere S690
Szepesy Farms Ltd.
3 Quarters of Farmland & 1 Grazing Lease Hondo, AB – June 9
Award Farms Ltd.
2006 John Deere 9860STS Warburg, AB – June 10
Winnipeg Consignment Auction
2001 Lexion 465 AWD Wiseton, SK – June 15
2– 2007 Caterpillar D8T Winnipeg, MB – June 20
Lethbridge Auction Site – July 21
2014 Case IH 9230
Bob & Connie McGill
1990 Case IH 9180 Stranraer, SK – June 13
Estate of James Sluz
2002 Case IH STX425 Wolseley, SK – June 20
J 7 Farms Farm Ltd.
1997 New Holland 9482 & 1996 New Holland 9682 Lakeland, MB – June 22
Swan Hills Farms
Black Sun Farms
2004 John Deere 9620 & Degelman 7900 18 Ft 6 Way Swan River, MB – June 23
Durrant Farms Ltd.
2011 Case IH 9120 4x4 Kenmare, ND, USA – June 24
2011 Case IH 7088 Eastend, SK – June 29
1996 John Deere 9600 Fillmore, SK – June 29
2007 John Deere 9660WTS Wainwright, AB – July 8
Brandon Consignment Auction
2006 Case IH STX450 Brandon, MB – July 26
2010 Case IH 9120 Lloydminster, SK – July 11
Rocky Pond Farms
2009 Rogator 1286C 100 Ft Birtle, MB – July 27
2 of 3— 2012 John Deere S690
Windy Plains Limousin Inc. Ed & Terry Eritz
2004 New Holland CR940 Gull Lake, SK – June 14
JanRon Farms Ltd.
2011 Case IH 7088 Gull Lake, SK – June 21
Andy & Karen Bacso
2008 Buhler Versatile 400 & 2008 Morris Contour I 47 Ft w/Eight Series 370XL Dixonville, AB – June 22
Crampton Farms Ltd.
2012 Lexion 760TT Manitou, MB – June 24
Flowing Well Farms Ltd.
2009 John Deere 9770STS Morse, SK – June 30
Marcel & Theresa Roy
1996 John Deere 8770 Hoey, SK – July 11
Figure 8 Angus
1997 John Deere 9200 Manning, AB – June 23
Kerslake Farms Ltd.
2008 John Deere 9870STS Windthorst, SK – June 25
Residential Acreage Bromhead, SK – July 5
Dale & Nicole Knaus and Gerald Knaus
2013 John Deere 4730 100 Ft Leroy, SK – July 14
Barry & Janice Sather
1 Home Quarter & 5 Parcels of Farmland Grimshaw, AB – August 3
Grande Prairie Auction Site – July 28
1995 John Deere 8770 Elmworth, AB – August 4
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Edmonton Auction Site
1985 Steiger KR-1225 Cougar Sheho, SK – June 14
1313± Sq Ft Lake Front Home Edmonton, AB – June 14-17
Brent & Dianne Tower
Superior Ag Ventures
2003 New Holland CX860 Rolla, BC – June 21
2012 John Deere 6140D Southey, SK – June 23
Abbey Consignment & Beneﬁt Auction
1995 Case IH 2188 Marquis, SK – June 22
2013 Case IH 450 Bottineau, ND, USA – June 23
Claude & Lucille Casavant
1994 Case IH 1666 Abbey, SK – June 25
Neil & Carl Eckl
2000 Caterpillar 470 Morinville, AB – June 27
Randy & Shirley Bergstrom
2005 John Deere 9760STS Fulda, SK – July 6
Paul & Murray Krug
2012 Case IH 3330 100 Ft Birsay, SK – July 7
Ray & Lina Marcoux
McCormick XTX145 Balcarres, SK – July 19
Tom & Teresa Gordon
1979 Caterpillar D6D Valleyview, AB – August 5
2013 Case IH 550 Veregin, SK – July 20
Gordon & Sharleen Steed
1989 Case IH 1680 Peace River, AB – August 9
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Sat., June 11/16 - 10:30 a.m. BOB HYDAMACKA AUCTION Directions: 8 north, 3 east, 1/2 south of Norquay, SK Contact: 1-306-539-6279 or 1-306-771-2288 Machinery - tractors, seeding, trucks, misc. equipment, misc. For complete listing see Marketplace May 27. Visit our website at www.ukrainetzauction.com
SALE CONDUCTED BY
UKRAINETZ AUCTIONEERING Box 17, Insinger, Sask. SOA 1LO — Phone 306-647-2661
their baby girl to their families. Knowing that Ridge had an ulterior motive, Thomas had second thoughts about the career opportunity that was presented to him. A suspicious Nicole put Sasha on the spot to prove to that her claim was true. Wait to See: A lifelong friendship comes to an end. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Jennifer worried how her addiction to painkillers would affect Abigail and JJ. John joined the search to track down Joey. Aiden visited Chase in jail. A nervous Ciara and Claire faced the consequences at their hearing. Shawn was torn between Lani and Belle. Fynn drove Kayla to Los Angeles to find Joey. Claire sensed a thaw in Belle and Shawn’s relationship and asked if they were getting back
Miles Gaston Villaneuva stars as “Luca” on “The Young and The Restless” together. Ciara opened up to Marlena during a counseling session. Aiden realized that winning back Hope would be an uphill battle. Chase was attacked and rushed to the hospital. Eduardo was vocal about his disapproval over JJ dating Gabi. Wait to See: Adriana makes a mysterious phone call.
GENERAL HOSPITAL Elizabeth faced public humiliation. Tensions ran high between Nikolas and Jason on the red carpet of the Nurses Ball. Obrecht was up to her old tricks. Maxie asked Griffin for a favor. Hayden asked to speak with Jordan privately. Carly was stunned by what she found. Lucas happened upon an interloper with malicious intent. Nikolas and Hayden caused a scene. Franco saved the day. Griffin had a hunch about Finn. Morgan witnessed a painful exchange. Jordan made an arrest. Sam found signs of a struggle. Paul was left shaken by Ava’s warning. Anna was forced to confess. Michael made an emotional plea. Dillon caught Tracy off guard. Wait to See: Carly confronts Finn about his secret.
THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Meredith tried to convince Victor that he shouldn’t give up hope for a reconciliation with his family. When a problem arose at Newman, and Summer couldn’t locate Victoria, Luca encouraged her to send a proposal to the executives and pretend it was from Victoria. Jack had no idea that Phyllis was having an affair with his brother. In the midst of an argument, Mariah pulled Kevin into a kiss. Jill arrived back in town and warned Hilary that she didn’t want her anywhere near Katherine’s foundation. Michael told Lauren that his suspension had finally been lifted. Victoria got nervous when Travis quizzed her about her past. Wait to See: Stitch receives some disturbing news about Max.
as you want. Attach the last stem to the stem of the first dandelion with a small piece of string or wire. If daisies are growing in your garden or patio, add them to the chain, too. Wear it around your neck, or place it on your head.
together. Using just the tubular stems, split both ends of the stems apart about 1/2 inch with your fingernail and drop them into a bowl of water. Encourage kids to keep watch as the ends curl before their eyes.
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Warm weather brings families outdoors to enjoy spring pleasures and chores. If you have a yard to tend, tackling the weeds is probably an ongoing item on your “things to do” list. Recently, while working in our garden, I groaned as I looked at our yard full of dandelions popping up. But when my 3-year-old neighbor Isla happily presented me with a freshly picked bouquet of dandelions, I was reminded that when an adult sees weeds, a child instead sees a field of golden flowers. “Isla was delighted when these first ‘flowers’ appeared all over the neighborhood,” said her mom, Liv Guillaume. Auctions
“They spark her interest in nature and her creativity.” Like Isla, here are some fun ways to enjoy these die-hard flowers with children: Make a Dandelion Necklace Pick a small basketful of the long-stemmed flowers. The stems should be equal in length. Slit a hole in one stem with your fingernail or a butter knife. Then slip a second stem through it. Make a slit in the second stem and continue the chain until it is as long
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ROCKY ROAD DESSERT Just about everybody loves chocolate. Just try this when you’re craving it! •1 (8-ounce) can Pillsbury reduced-fat crescent rolls •1 (8-ounce) package Philadelphia fat-free cream cheese •1 (4-serving) package Jell-O sugar-free instant chocolate fudge pudding mix •2/3 cup Carnation nonfat dry milk powder •1 cup water •1 cup Cool Whip Free •3/4 cup miniature marshmallows •1/4 cup chopped walnuts •2 tablespoons Hersheys lite chocolate syrup Heat oven to 415 F.
Make a Wish An old superstition says that if you make a wish on a dandelion gone to seed, and you are able to blow off all the seeds in one puff, your wish comes true. You might wish for a weed-free garden next year! Donna Erickson’s award-winning series “Donna’s Day” is airing on public television nationwide. To find more of her creative family recipes and activities, visit www.donnasday. com and link to the NEW Donna’s Day Facebook fan page. Her latest book is “Donna Erickson’s Fabulous Funstuff for Families.”
Spray a rimmed 10-by15-inch baking sheet with butter-flavored cooking spray. Unroll crescent rolls and pat into sheet, being sure to seal perforations. Bake for 6 to 7 minutes or until light golden brown. Place baking sheet on a wire rack and allow to cool completely. Meanwhile, in a large bowl, stir cream cheese with a sturdy spoon until soft. Add dry pudding mix, dry milk powder and water. Mix well using a wire whisk. Blend in Cool Whip Free. Gently stir in marshmallows and walnuts. Spread mixture evenly over cooled crescent-roll crust. Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes. Just before serving, drizzle chocolate syrup over top. Cut into 8 servings. • Each serving equals: 224 calories, 8g fat, 9g protein, 29g carb, 572mg sodium, 159mg calcium, 1g fiber; Diabetic Exchanges: 2 Starch/ Carb., 1 Fat, 1/2 Meat; Carb Choices: 2.
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SOUR CREAM COOKIES Subtle nutmeg flavor and a light cake-like texture make this treat an elegant partner for a cup of afternoon tea.
•1 cup plus 2 tablespoons sugar •1 large egg •2 teaspoons vanilla extract •1/2 cup sour cream
•1-3/4 cups all-purpose flour •1 teaspoon baking powder •1/2 teaspoon salt •1/4 teaspoon baking soda •1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg •1/2 cup butter or margarine (1 stick), softened
Heat oven to 400 F. Grease large cookie sheet. On waxed paper, combine flour, baking powder, salt, baking soda and nutmeg. In large bowl, with mixer at medium speed, beat butter and 1 cup sugar until creamy, occa-
sionally scraping bowl with rubber spatula. Beat in egg and vanilla, then sour cream, until wellcombined. With mixer at low speed, beat in flour mixture just until blended, occasionally scraping bowl. Drop dough by rounded measuring tablespoon, 2 inches apart, onto prepared cookie sheet. Sprinkle lightly with some of remaining sugar. Bake cookies 10 to 12 minutes or until lightly browned around edges.
DEAR PAW’S CORNER: I read your column about the owner whose therapy dog helps children with a fear of dogs. I also have a Golden Retriever therapy dog, and we have had many success stories. Please tell your readers that organizations have different requirements for therapy dogs to visit their facilities, as well as for the handlers. For example, the hospitals we visit have additional health screening
requirements for the handler. If they’re looking for a good certification for their dog, Therapy Dogs International is a highly accepted certification. — Ed A., Indiana DEAR ED: Many thanks for the tips! It’s definitely important to do your homework and learn as much as you can before submitting your dog and yourself as a therapy dog and handler. Different facilities may need additional clearances — not just a certification from a therapy-dog organization, but health checks for the owner/handler and background checks. Therapy Dogs International has details on its website about its requirements for therapy
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Transfer cookies to wire rack to cool. Repeat with remaining dough and sugar. Makes about 2-1/2 dozen cookies. • Each cookie: About 95 calories, 4g total fat (3g saturated), 1g protein, 13g carbohydrate, 0g fiber, 17mg cholesterol, 100mg sodium. ROASTED ALMONDCRUSTED PLUMS This dessert is perfect with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. •6 large plums (4 to 5
ounces each), each cut in half and pitted •3 tablespoons butter or margarine, softened •1/3 cup packed brown sugar •1/4 cup all-purpose flour •1/3 cup sliced natural almonds Heat oven to 425 F. In shallow baking dish, arrange plums, cut side up, close together in one layer. In medium bowl, beat butter and brown sugar
until smooth. Stir in flour until blended. Stir in almonds. Sprinkle mixture evenly over plums. Bake until plums are tender, 25 to 35 minutes. Makes 6 servings. • Each serving: About 204 calories, 9g total fat (4g saturated), 2g protein, 31g carbohydrate, 16mg cholesterol, 64mg sodium. For thousands of triple-tested recipes, visit our website at www.goodhousekeeping.com/recipes/.
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Flea beetles and cutworms can impact plant populations and without proper scouting, canola becomes an easy target. There are two types of flea beetles that will cause economic losses in canola and mustard
crucifer and striped. Crucifer flea beetles are dark in color with a metallic bluish sheen while striped are black with two yellow stripes down their backs. Each species has one generation each year, however adults will appear twice within the growing season. Once the ground starts warming in the spring, overwintered
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Figure 1. Flea beetle life cycle and damage. http://www.canolacouncil.org/crop-production/canola-grower’s-manual-contents/chapter-10b-insects/chapter-10b#fleabeetles Flea beetles will chew small holes in canola seedlings in the spring, and pods, leaves and stems in the fall. The economic threshold of flea beetle damage is when 25% of the cotyledon is destroyed and flea beetles are present and continue to feed. Keep checking for damage on the newest growth and on the edges of fields. Once
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Figure 2. Cutworm life cycle and damage. http://www.canolacouncil.org/canola-encyclopedia/insects/cutworms/ Cutworms will chew control giving protection more information. through the stems of for up to 35 days. There For more inforplants at ground level. are foliar insecticides mation, contact your Look for wilted, cut off that are registered for local Regional Crops plants or bare patches both flea beetles and cut- Specialist or call the within a field, checking worms- refer to the Guide Agriculture Knowledge hilltops and south facing for Crop Protection for Centre at 1-866-457-2377. slopes first. Economic thresholds are said to be reached when there is a 25-30% stand reduction. Sometimes cutworm damage can be mistaken for poor germination, so proper scouting is necesEarn some extra cash (possibly of up to sary. $400/month depending on route size), Canola seed comes get exercise and work only a few hours packaged with seed a week too! treatments used for flea beetle protection, but Be a Yorkton This Week Carrier! will only last for a couple of weeks. Lumiderm is • No early mornings a new seed treatment • No collecting that can be used for both • We pay by direct deposit on flea beetle and cutworm
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45 1253 hrs., 2 sets of tires, full GPS. LEASE FOR ANNUAL OAC $1.74 PER ACRE BASED ON 22,500 AC. PER YEAR 2010 JD 4830
2005 JD 4920 $
07 4020 hrs., 2 sets of tires, full GPS. LEASE FOR ANNUAL OAC $1.28 PER ACRE BASED ON 18,000 AC. PER YEAR
2015 JD 6215R TLS, H380 loader, IVT, 400 hrs. $
2013 CASE PUMA 145 Loader, 1550 hrs.
2013 JD 9460R
2014 JD 9510R
20 2048 hrs., 2 sets of tires, full GPS. LEASE FOR ANNUAL OAC $1.55 PER ACRE BASED ON 18,000 AC. PER YEAR
800’s, 78 gal.
2007 ROGATOR 1074
2009 JD 4930
2550 hrs., full GPS, 2 sets of tires. $
1997 hrs., full GPS, 2 sets of tires. $
JOHN DEERE 4WD TRACTORS
2003 JD 4710 100’, 2600 full GPS, 2 sets of tires, 3600 hrs., .................................. $139,000 2014 9560R 600 hrs., PTO, triples ..... $469,000 2001 4710 2520 hrs., 800 gal. poly tank, 90’, 2014 9560R 673 hrs., triples .............. $459,000 full GPS, 2 sets of tires ...................... $139,000 2014 962I Pull type (new) 1700 gal. 2012 9560R 2202 hrs., 520/46 triples, 78 gal. pump, PTO .......................................... $369,000 tank, 120’ boom. ................................... $99,000 2015 9520R PTO, 800/38, big hyd. pump ..................................... $510,000 2014 9510R 1086 hrs., 800’s, 78 gal. . $439,000 2010 Case 4420 c/w AIM, 1900 hrs.. ............................................. $239,000 2012 9510R, 78 gal. pump, 46” tires, 2018 hrs. .............................................. $339,000 2004 Case 4260 140 or 100’, 3201 hrs., full 2013 9460R, 890 hrs. .......................... $345,000 GPS, Raven HTC, 2 sets of tires, 2013 9360R 1472 hrs., PS/PTO.......... $285,000 120 gal. tank, AIM ............................... $115,000 2012 9360R 912 hrs., 24 spd. ............. $250,000 1996 Ag Chem 854 3817 hrs. ............... $55,000 1998 8103 Terragator 4871 hrs. 2009 9630 78 gal. pump, 2970 hrs., Was $59,000 ................................ NOW $48,000 800 duals ............................................. $259,000 2009 9630 78 gal. pump, 3200 hrs., 800 duals ............................................. $256,000 2014 Bourgault 7700 12” auger, D/S, 1993 8970 24 spd., 8550 hrs., 520/42 triples ........................................ $89,000 saddle tank.......................................... $185,000 NEW Bourgault 60’ 3710 Coulter Drill Was $259,000 ..............................Now $239,000 2011 Bourgault 3310 75’, MRB, dry D/S, 2014 Case 470 HD 710/42 duals, full GPS, V-packers, 10” space ......................... $179,000 PTO, leather, only 369 hrs. ................ $385,000 2 - 2011 Bourgault 3310 75’ MRB dry, 1990 Case 9150 6830 hrs., 10” space ...................................Each $179,000 12 spd., powershift. Bourgault 47’ 3310 MRB c/w 6330 ... $159,000 Was $55,000 ................................ NOW $47,500 2011 Amity Colter Drill 60’ ................... $90,000 1981 Steiger ST 280 (855 Cummins) ... $25,000 2004 JD 1895 43’ c/w 430B, 1910 ....... $85,000 2007 JD 1835/1910 61’, 10” space, MRB, D/S dry, 4” rubber press, 430 bu cart, D/S $89,000 JD 1820 52’ c/w 1910 (350 bushel) ..... $47,500 2013 Cat MT 865C 1998 JD 1820/1900 52’, 10” space, 3” rubber, w/PTO, 390 hrs. 350 bu S/S, cart .................................... $38,000 75 $ Lease for 21,569 semi-annual OAC JD 1820 61’ c/w 1910 ........................... $45,000 2015 9570 RT PTO/hyd. hitch ............. JUST IN 1999 JD 1820/1900 52’, 7.5” space, rubber press, 350 bu single chute cart........... $33,000 2012 9510 RT PTO, big hyd. pumps, 2250 hrs. .............................................. $339,000 1998 JD 1820 52’, 10” space. Was $29,000 ............................... NOW $24,000 1999 Bourgault 5710/08 6350 51’, 7.5” spacing, 3” rubber press, 2014 JD 7290R, 500 hrs., TLS, IVT .... $275,000 single chute........................................... $59,000 2015 JD 6215R, TLS, IVT, 300 hrs ..... $259,000 2001 Bourgault 5710/5440 64’ DS, MRB. 2015 JD 6215R, TLS, H380 loader, Was $89,000 ................................ NOW $62,500 IVT, 400 hrs. ........................................ $236,000 2001 5710/5440 64’, 10” space MRB dry, 2015 6215R, 219 hrs., 380 loader. ..... $239,000 3” rubber press, D/S, cart ................... $62,500 2015 JD 6140 c/w loader ................... $115,000 2004 Bourgault 5710 54’ MRB, 5 1/2 2014 JD 5100 c/w loader ..................... $86,500 pneumatic press ................................... $68,000 2013 Case Puma 145, ldr., 1550 hrs. $139,000 2002 Bourgault 5710 54’ MRB, steel press ............................................. $48,000 1998 Bourgault 5710 64’, 10” space, S/S, 4” rubber press ..................................... $35,000 1994 JD 7800 650 duals, only 4894 hrs., mint .............................. $62,500 1998 Bourgault 5710 64’ MRB, c/w 4” rubber press.......................................... $39,000 1993 JD 4760 8000 hrs., duals, Deg. 9’ blade ......................................... $47,500 2003 Bourgault 5710 47’, 10” space, double 1964 JD 4020 Was $7,500 ............ NOW $5,900 chute dry MRB, rubber press .............. $30,000 2001 Bourgault 5710 64’ MRB, c/w 3” rubber press.......................................... $39,000 1999 Bourgault 5710 50’ 7.5” spacing $29,000 2015 R4045 495 hrs. ........................... $530,000 Bourgault 536-42 40’ c/w 180.............. $15,000 SOLD $530,000 1992 Flexicoil 5000/2320 57’, 9” space DS. 2015 R4045 500 hrs. ........................... 2015 R4038, 369 hrs., 1,000 gal., Was $26,000 ................................ NOW $19,500 100’ full GPS, 2 sets of tires .............. $469,000 2014 4940 329 hrs., Raven, hgt. cont.$420,000 2014 JD 4940 1210 hrs. ...................... $389,000 2014 Bourgault 7950 Air Seeder ....... $239,000 2013 JD 4940 120’, full GPS, 2 sets of tires, 1300 hrs. .............................................. $345,000 2013 Bourgault 7950 5 tank meter, auger, saddle tank, 8 port D/S ...................... $185,000 2012 JD 4940 120’, 1435 hrs., full GPS, 2 sets of tires ...................................... $299,000 2013 Bourgault 7700 Air Seeder ....... $199,000 2012 4940 1183 hrs. ............................ $299,000 2012 Bourgault 6700, duals, bag lift, 2012 4940 1253 hrs. ............................ $289,000 D/S ....................................................... $149,000 2011 Bourgault 6700 D/S, x20 bag lift$135,000 2011 JD 4930 only 1250 hrs., 2 sets of tires, full GPS, 2 HTC, 120’, 1200 gal.......... $279,000 Bourgault 6550’s ......................... From $75,000 2012 Bourgault 6550 ST Duals, 2006 4920 120’, 2 sets of tires, full GPS, 4344 hrs ............................................... $159,000 bag lift X20, DS ................................... $120,000 2005 4920 4020 hrs. ............................ $139,000 2011 Bourgault 6550 X20, duals, bag lift, D/S ......................................... $106,500 2010 JD 4830 1550 hrs., 1000 gal., 2011 Bourgault 6550, 591, duals, 100 ft., full GPS, HTC, 2 sets of tires ...................................... $249,000 bag lift, D/S ........................................... $89,000 2010 Bourgault 6550 bag lift, X20, 2010 JD 4830 100’, full GPS, 2048 hrs., 2 sets of tires ...................................... $215,000 900 tires ................................................. $75,000
COMPETITIVE 4WD TRACTORS
AIR SEEDER CARTS
2015 JD 9570RT
2004 CASE 4260
36” tracks, PTO, hyd., hitch. $
2011 AG CHEM 994 900 gal. SS tank, 100’ boom, full GPS, 2 sets of tires, 1326 hrs. $
140’ or 100’, 3201 hrs., full GPS, Raven HTC, 2 sets of tires, 1200 gal. tank, AIM. $
2010 JD 9630 2520 hrs., 800x38 duals, 48 gal. pump. $
2001 JD 4710
2005 JD 4720
1989 hrs., 2 sets of tires, autotrac. $
1983 hrs., 2 sets of tires, autotrac. $
2006 Bourgault 6450 ............................ $82,500 Bourgault 6350...................................... $45,000 2002 Bourgault 5440 Single chute, hyd. cal., 3 meters ................................................ $39,000 2002 Bourgault 5440 Double chute. Was $55,000 ................................ NOW $46,500 Bourgault 5440’s ......................... From $39,500 Bourgault 4350 Single chute, 3 meters$19,000 1993 Bourgault 3225 ............................ $12,500 2993 Bourgault 3195 .............................. $7,500 1993 Bourgault 2155 .............................. $3,900 JD 1910 (03) 430B ................................. $52,500 JD 1910 (04) 340B ................................. $45,000 JD 1910 430B ........................................ $44,000 JD 1910 340B ........................................ $39,000 2003 JD 1910 6 run, 3 tank double chute, auger ...................................................... $35,000 1997 Flexicoil 2320 230 bu. single chute ........................................................ $5,500
60 ft. Salford 4160.. ............................ $165,000 50 ft. Salford 4150 (13)... .................... $129,000 50 ft. Salford RTS Heavy Duty ............. $89,000 50 ft. Salford RTS HD ........................... $89,000 2012 Salford RTS 570 HD 50’. Was $89,000 ................................ NOW $82,500 2012 Lemken Helidor 40’. Was $89,000 ................................ NOW $69,000 41’ Salford RTS (09) .............................. $63,000 40 ft. Lemken Helidor... ........................ $80,000 40’ Lemken Helidor (14) New discs .... $89,000 30 ft. Wishek 862 NT Disc ................... $74,000 41 ft. JD 2410 (14) 500 acres ............... $85,000 29 ft. JD 1600 .......................................... $3,500 41 ft. JD 2410 Chisel Plow (12)............ $59,000 52 ft. Bourgault 8810 .................. NOW $32,000 41 ft. Case IH 5800 Chisel Plow .......... $29,000 48 ft. Bourgault 46-50 ............................ $7,500 90 ft. Bourgault 6000 Mid Harrow ........... From $26,500 45 ft. Phoenix H14 Rotary Harrow ...... $28,500
2012 2410 Pull Dozer 24’...................... $58,500 2008 2400 Pull Dozer 24’...................... $48,500 470 Cat Scraper hyd............................. $49,500 1997 JD 444 Wheel Loader 8144 hrs. ................................................ $58,500 2004 Backhoe JCB 6300 hrs. .............. $49,000 Case 1086 Loader................................. $10,000 New Pit Express Double Barrell Drive Over .................................. $29,900 Highline BM1400 Bale Mover .............. $24,000 2012 Highline CFR 650 Bale Processor .............................................. $14,000 1999 Bale King 2010 Vortex Bale Processor ........................................ $7,500 2012 JD 568 Round Baler .................... $44,000 2011 JD 568 Round Baler .................... $35,000 2008 JD 568 Round Baler .................... $29,500 1999 JD 946 Moco ................................ $21,000 2004 JD 956 Moco ................................ $22,000 2010 16’ New Holland H7460 Mow Max ..................................... $31,000 NH 2300 Hay Bine 18’, fits NH swather ..................................... $16,500 2002 JD 567 Round Baler .................... $18,500 1995 JD 348 Square Baler ................... $16,500 1996 Case 8545 Square Baler ............. $16,500 2009 New Holland BR780 Round Baler $8,000 Schulte RS320 Rock Picker, New ......... 23,500 Schulte 2500 Giant Rock Picker, New ........................................................ $19,800 Highline XL78 Rock Picker .................. $14,500 Highline 546 Rock Picker ...................... $5,000 Agro Spread AS 120T hyd. drive fertilizer spreader ............. $135,000 Brent 1084 Avalanche, tarp, duals. Was $44,000 ................................ NOW $29,000
2014 JD 7215R IVT, 993 hrs.
2005 JD 4920 4020 hrs., 2 sets of tires, autotrac. Was $139,000 $ Now Only
JOHN DEERE COMBINES 2015 JD S690’S - JUST IN 243 hrs. c/w 615 ................................. $585,000 272 hrs. c/w 615 ................................. $583,000 239 hrs. c/w 615 ................................. $586,000 243 hrs. c/w 615 ................................. $586,000
2015 JD S680’S - JUST IN 246 hrs. c/w 615 ................................. $560,000 245 hrs. c/w 615 ................................. $560,000 242 hrs. c/w 615 ................................. $560,000 251 hrs. c/w 615 ................................. $560,000
JOHN DEERE COMBINES 2014 S690 c/w 615, 205 hrs. .............. $499,000 2014 S690 c/w 615, 214 hrs. .............. $499,000 2014 S690 c/w 615, 421 hrs. .............. $479,000 2012 S690 c/w 615, 4WD, 680 hrs.. ..................................... $425,000 2014 S680 615P, 650 duals, 493 hrs............................... $449,000 2014 S680 489 hrs. ............................. $449,000 2014 S680 492 hrs. ............................. $449,000 2014 S680 494 hrs. ............................. $449,000 2014 S680 498 hrs. ............................. $449,000 2013 S680 c/w 615, 577 hrs. ................................................ $415,000 2012 S680 c/w 615, 586 hrs., 4WD, 7.10 duals .................................. $399,000 2012 S680 c/w 615, 4WD, 571 hrs. ................................................ $395,000 2012 S680 c/w 615, 653 hrs. .............. $389,000 2012 S670 c/w 615, 850 hrs. .............. $329,000 2011 9870 c/w 615, 1227 hrs. .............................................. $259,000 2010 9870 c/w 615, 1251 hrs. ............ $249,000 2010 9770 c/w 615, 931 hrs. .............. $249,000 2009 9770 c/w 615, 1015 hrs. ............ $239,000 2009 9770 c/w 615, 1178 hrs. .............................................. $235,000 2008 9770 STS PW7 hdr., 1117 hrs. Was $205,000 ........... NOW $179,000 2008 9770 c/w PW7, 1074 hrs. .......... $209,000 2008 9770 c/w 615, 1225 hrs. ............ $209,000 2008 9770 c/w 615, 1420 hrs. ............ $195,000 2010 9670 919 hrs. .............................. $219,000 2007 9760 STS PW7 hdr., 1773 hrs. Was $159,000 ............................ NOW $129,000 2007 9760 1237 hrs. ............................ $169,000 2005 9760 Low hrs.............................. $149,000 2007 9660 1485 hrs. ............................ $169,000 2005 9660 1412 hrs. ............................ $146,500 2005 9860 2012 hrs. ............................ $145,000 2005 9860 2114 hrs. ............................ $143,000 2006 9660 2025 hrs. ............................ $135,000 2003 9750 Canadian Special, 1556 hrs. $125,000 2001 9650 STS PW7 hdr., 3132 hrs. Was $95,000 ................................ NOW $75,000 1999 9610 2837 hrs. .............................. $65,000 1998 CTS 2 3115 hrs. ........................... $49,500 1998 CTS 2 3391 hrs. ........................... $47,500 1998 CTS 2 3439 hrs. ........................... $49,000 1997 9600 3597 hrs. .............................. $49,000 1997 CTS 2806 hrs................................ $43,500 1994 9600 2872 hrs. .............................. $47,500 1994 9600 3620 hrs. .............................. $44,000 1990 9600 4195 hrs. .............................. $29,000 1982 7720. ............................................... $9,500
COMPETITIVE COMBINES 2012 NH CR 9090 801 hrs., 790 pu hdr. Was $329,000 ............................ NOW $247,500 2010 NH CR 9080 934 sep. hrs. ......... $211,650 2011 Case 8120 1076 sep. hrs. .......... $249,000 2006 Case 8010 2014 sep. hrs. .......... $131,750 2006 NH CR 960 1658 sep. hrs. ........... $95,200 1998 NH TR 98’s ......................... From $27,300 1994 Case 1688’s ........................ From $24,750 1986 Case 1680 3537 eng. hrs. ........... $24,650 1994 NH TX 66 2314 sep. hrs. ............. $19,875
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