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College gets $1 million Saskatchewan’s Advanced Education Minister Don Morgan has announced that the Provincial Government is providing $1 million in design funding through the 2013-14 Budget to Parkland Regional College for a new Trades and Technology Centre in Yorkton. “Our government recently rolled out the Saskatchewan Plan for Growth to support the growth of our province and provide a better quality of life for all Saskatchewan residents,” Morgan comments. “I am pleased that the Trades and Technology Centre will support the goals of the Growth Plan by investing in infrastructure and educating, training
– province announces local funding and developing a skilled workforce.” “The Saskatchewan government was facing many fiscal choices this spring, we are honoured that it has chosen to support local skills training to address the ongoing labour shortage,” Parkland College President Dr. Fay Myers adds. “The government’s leadership is critical for the success of the Trades and Technology Centre, and we couldn’t be happier that we have the province’s support.” “With the significant economic growth in our province there are a
large number of employment opportunities projected to occur in trades, transportation and equipment operators,” Yorkton MLA Greg Ottenbreit says. “I am delighted that the future Trades and Technology Centre will be able to train more skilled workers closer to home in the Yorkton region.” The college is currently conducting a fundraising campaign and hopes to raise at least $5 million from local partners toward the project. The city of Yorkton has contributed land valued at almost $3.5 million.
Growing forward: awareness
SNOW TIME – Not everyone is disappointed to see snow lasting well into spring. Roderick Wilger, for one, was excited to have a new place to slide down after a recent snowfall added more of the white stuff to the ground. Picture courtesy Jason Wilger.
Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz and Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart have announced the new Agriculture Awareness Initiative as part of the Growing Forward 2 framework of programming. “Now that Growing Forward 2 is officially off the ground in Saskatchewan, we’re excited about the new programs that are going to be rolling out,” says Ritz. “Saskatchewan is a huge contributor to Canada’s agricultural exports and we want Canadians to learn more about and be proud of this important driver of our economy.” “We are a world leader in agriculture and it is important for the public to understand how important the industry is in Saskatchewan,” Stewart said. “Agriculture is a significant contributor to our economy, environment, and the overall health and quality of life we all enjoy in this province. Continued on Page 5.
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Finding opportunity in the junior markets The TSX Venture Exchange often dips following the annual Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) convention held each March in Toronto, and this year is no exception. Interest in junior mining conferences even declined with PDAC essentially flat versus 2012, the Mineral Exploration Roundup conference dropping 5%, and the Cambridge House Vancouver Resource Investment Conference attracting 13 per cent fewer attendees. Part of the market decline can be attributed to the current financing environment and the solvency of many junior companies. According to Canaccord Genuity analysts, over 575 junior mining companies have less than $500,000 in cash and equivalents reflected on their last reported balance sheets (predominantly September 2012). Analysts believe that many companies are likely struggling to cover overhead and do not
have the funds to invest in exploration and development. Turmoil breeds opportunity. Many analysts suspect that underfinanced junior companies will be forced to undertake austerity measures and divest assets. While unfortunate for those companies, it is welcome news to those with healthy balance sheets who can use their advantage to acquire quality assets at discount prices. For the discerning (and patient) investor, spending some time sifting through the rubble could prove to be worth the effort. Given the current state of the junior market, potential investors should first determine the capital position of the company. According to Sprott Asset Management, a publiclytraded junior exploration shell needs a minimum of $300,000 to $400,000 per year to stay afloat and a company with anything less than $500,000 is extremely vulnerable. If a company is well
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www.reynoldsinglis.ca financed, the question is how long they can remain solvent. Investors should find out about current and projected burn rates. If a company has cash now but is burning through its reserves due to onerous costs or poor decisions, their cash advantage will soon dissipate. Assuming a company is careful with their finances and perhaps planning accretive acquisitions, investors need to determine how the company plans to finance the acquisitions and when cash flow can be expected. Quality management is key. A junior mining company can have the best property on the market but, if the management team lacks the experience to get things done, the underlying
value will never come to fruition. Management should also have a significant vested interest in the company. Analysis should be done to assess who currently owns the shares. Investors should determine the prices of previous financings and whether the stock from
those financings is freetrading. If shares are purchased at higher levels than previous financings, then investors need to be concerned whether existing shareholders will be doing any profittaking, thereby affecting stock price. Finally, investors should also assess the overall quality of the assets. Not only should the property have high potential for good exploration results, it must be in a politically stable jurisdiction with the necessary infrastructure in place to execute plans. The junior markets have certainly been difficult the last few years;
however, there will always be leading companies who emerge victorious. Investors who do their homework will know who is coming out of the turmoil stronger and better. Kim Inglis, CIM, PFP, FCSI, AIFP is an Investment Advisor & Portfolio Manager with Canaccord Wealth Management, a division of Canaccord Genuity Corp., Member – Canadian Investor Protection Fund. www. reynoldsinglis.ca. The views in this column are solely those of the author.
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Saskatchewan exports surge Thanks to strong demand for quality Saskatchewan-made products, the province’s export sales have hit record levels. Recently revised data from Statistics Canada indicate that provincial exporters sold more than $32.6 billion worth of products in 2012, a 10.3 per cent increase from the year before. This moves Saskatchewan past British Columbia into fourth place among the provinces when it comes to exports. Saskatchewan exports have more than tripled in the last decade. The province is Canada’s largest exporter on a per Member Owned — Truly Canadian
capita basis. “This is remarkable,” Premier Brad Wall says. “Saskatchewan is selling more goods and services than ever before. This is good news for our economy and a tribute to the businesses and workers who are building the Saskatchewan Advantage every day. With investment flowing into our province, Saskatchewan is well positioned to boost exports even more by expanding into new markets while maintaining the business of existing customers.” While growth in traditional markets has been strong, Wall notes shipments to emerging econo-
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Growing forward: agriculture awareness
“This new initiative will help producers and the industry tell the story of modern agriculture and its benefits.” Saskatchewan is home to nearly half of Canada’s arable farm land, 30 per cent of Canada’s agriculture biotech industry, and the second largest beef cattle herd in the country. In addition, in 2012 Saskatchewan remained Canada’s top agri-food exporting province, with more than $11 billion worth of agri-food exports, which accounts for more than one-third of all provincial exports. The Agriculture Awareness Initiative will provide funding to producers, commodity organizations, agribusinesses and agencies to develop and implement agriculture
awareness and education activities. Eligible projects include: • providing information documents, training and education campaigns; • planning, organizing or hosting summits, workshops and conferences; • recruiting and training industry spokespersons; and developing manuals, videos, websites, educational materials, displays, publications and other awareness resources. The Agriculture Awareness Initiative will reimburse up to 50 per cent of a project’s eligible expenses. Each applicant will be eligible for funding of up to $25,000 per project to a maximum of $50,000 per applicant, per year. In addition to the new Agriculture Awareness Initiative, the provincial government has
made agriculture awareness a priority by being the first provincial government to sign on to the Agriculture More Than Ever initiative and hosting the Agriculture Awareness Summit in February. “As farmers we are dedicated to producing safe, healthy food, while also respecting and caring for the land and environment,” Chairman of Saskatchewan Pulse Growers’ Board of Directors Morgan Nunweiler says. “It is important for the general public to understand where their food comes from. The Agriculture Awareness Initiative will help the industry share the true story of agriculture and contribute to a sustainable future.” Application forms and details are available online at www.agriculture.gov.sk.ca/ growingforward2.
Sask. seniors ride for $10 in May The Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) is offering seniors the opportunity to explore Saskatchewan at a great price. Throughout the month of May, seniors 60+ will be able to ride anywhere along the STC network for only $10 one-way. “Whether seniors
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Dangerous times for gamblers/preachers Ed, my neighbor next door, calls me “the circuit rider preacher in a red car.” This happens if I leave on a Sunday morning with my briefcase and my alb. On April 7, I rode my Pontiac to MacNutt and then Langenburg in the relentlessly falling snow. I left at 8:30 a.m. and got home just before 4 p.m., so Ed had to come over to find out where I had been all day. The first question Ed asked was, “Who had to suffer through your preaching today?” Ed likes to claim that preaching is the safest job in the world for the preacher, but those in the congregation could die of boredom. Ed says that even in the old lawless West, sheriffs and gamblers got shot, but not preachers. I told Ed that he should have studied history in Deadwood, South Dakota instead of gambling. Then he would know that there, in the gold strike’s early days, it was dangerous for preachers as well as sheriffs and gamblers. Preacher Smith, (Henry Weston Smith) recognized as the first ordained minister in the Black Hills, was a circuit rider preacher between the gold mining camps of Deadwood Gulch and Crook City. He worked at various jobs during the week. On Sundays, he spent his day preaching on the
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bragged about murdering Wild Bill without cause. In the Bible, murder goes way back to Cain and Abel, the sons of Adam and Eve. In anger, resentment and jealousy, Cain attacked his brother, Abel, and killed him. In the Old Testament, revenge for a family member being harmed or murdered meant, “Show no pity: life for life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot.” Jesus taught that the anger and hatred that is in our hearts is also murder. The Apostle John wrote that anyone who hates his brother is a murderer. Jesus commanded us to love our enemies and pray for those who persecute us. We are not to take revenge, but leave it to God to avenge and repay others. If our enemy is hungry, we are to feed him. Most of all, we are to forgive our enemy whether he deserves it or not. We have been forgiven without deserving it by God for Jesus’ sake. Being forgiven, we forgive others.
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Saskatchewan exports surge Con’t from Page 3.
Rapidly growing export markets from 2008 to 2012 include: • China - $1.2 billion to $2.5 billion Indonesia - $601 million to $786 million • Mexico - $507 million to $734 million • Brazil - $396 million to $639 million • Bangladesh - $114 million to $279 million • Oil and minerals, fertilizers, and oil seeds and other products were the top
commodities exported between 2003 and 2012. “Beyond the export sales statistics for British Columbia and the fact that we not only exceeded their provincial efforts, it is important to note that their jurisdiction is both more heavily populated and has the enviable position of port access,” STEP President and CEO Lionel LaBelle adds. “The strong results coming out of Saskatchewan speak to the proven success of provincial exporters and their continued ability to provide the world with products that are in demand.”
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Trip Includes: • Deluxe motorcoach transportation • 4 nights hotel accommodation • Reserved seating for 3 Blue Jays/Twins baseball games in Minneapolis • Duty free shopping enroute • Transportation to The Mall of America
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Wintonyk, Barry Wayne Barry began his new life, surrounded by his loving family, on Monday, April 15, 2013. He passed away at Yorkton Regional Health Centre following a lengthy illness at the age of 55 years. Barry is survived by his loving wife of 30 years, Elaine (nee Rae), his two sons, Jesse of Yorkton and Jody (Crystal Schneider) of Saskatoon, his parents, Mary and Walter Wintonyk of Yorkton (formerly of Churchbridge), mother-inlaw Hilary Rae of Surrey BC, two brothers and sister-in-law, Rick Wintonyk and his children Grayden and Callen of Lac du Bonnet MB, and Rob and Karen Wintonyk and their children Rebecca and Isabella of Kitchener ON, brothersin-law Raymond Rae (Susan Wingate) of Surrey BC, Leslie (Patricia) Rae of Lethbridge AB and their families. He will also be remembered by uncles and aunts, George and Lorraine Flunder of Yorkton, Rodney and Adelia Flunder of Churchbridge and Mary Rubelitz of Yorkton as well as cousins and many friends. Barry was predeceased by his father-in-law Ernie Rae and grandparents Jim and Dora Flunder and Metro and Nettie Wintonyk. Barry and Elaine married in 1982 and settled in Churchbridge, where Barry worked with IMC (now Mosaic) at K1 and K2. He started his employment underground and later joined the staff at IMC in 1987 as Safety Supervisor. He served as instructor for the Mine Rescue teams and was responsible for supervising safety issues of IMC employees. Barry was eventually promoted to Occupational Health and Safety Supervisor. All who came to work at Mosaic over the years knew Barry as he was responsible for the orientation of new Mosaic employees as well as the employees of any Contractors. From 1990 to 1993, Barry and his wife Elaine, also owned and operated the "Pool Room" and then "Splashers" in Churchbridge. They moved to Yorkton in 1995 and due to his illness, Barry left his employment with Mosaic in 2010. Barry enjoyed several sports including baseball, hockey, golf, darts and the occasional game of poker. He coached his brothers and sons in hockey. Barry also was very involved with the Churchbridge Imperials over the years. As a member of the Army and Navy and The Royal Canadian Legion he played in the dart leagues at these organizations and served on the executive of both leagues. He participated in District and Provincial Dart Championships for these leagues. Barry also played darts for the Yorkton Elks and earned his spot on the 2008 Provincial Team playing in the National Championship. A prayer vigil will be held on Sunday, April 21, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. from St. Gerard's Roman Catholic Church in Yorkton. Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Monday, April 22 at 10:00 am from St. Gerard's Roman Catholic Church, 125 3rd Ave. N. in Yorkton. A private family interment will take place in the Garden of St. Mark at the Yorkton Memorial Gardens. Flowers are graciously declined. Memorials in memory of Barry may be made to the Diabetes Association or to the Heart and Stroke Foundation as gifts of remembrance. Arrangements entrusted to Bailey's Funeral Home, Yorkton, www.baileysfuneralhome.com or 306-783-7552.
COMING EVENTS FORT QU'APPELLE Trade Show (at the Rexentre) April 20 - 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. April 21 - 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. 85+ vendors - FREE ADMISSION. Pancake breakfasts, mini fashion show (Sunday - 1:30 p.m.), windfall of gifts and much more. Call 306-332-5526 for more details. YORK COLONY Quilter's Guild Quilt Show. "From Pieces to Masterpieces". May 3rd & 4th, 2013, Friday - May 3rd - 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday - May 4th - 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. St. Mary's Cultural Center, Yorkton. Admission: $5/day or $8/both days. Vendors & Demos. Silent Auction & Door Prizes.
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Job Summary: The SIGN Family Preservation Program, an Intensive in Home Support Program, focuses on providing supports and services to vulnerable and at risk families, through intensive home visitation, referrals and collaboration with other community services, so to assist the family to develop the skills necessary to keep children safe and to keep the family in tact when it is possible to do so. The Family Preservation Worker works with families, primarily in the family home, addresses identified family and individual needs and collaborates and advocates with other professional and community agencies. The successful candidates should have the Education and Professional Experiences of: • A post-secondary education in a human service related field • A minimum of one year of experience working with various children and families • A Valid Driver's License and a safe, reliable vehicle • A Criminal Record Check • A Vulnerable Sector Check And the assets and abilities, inclusive of (but not limited to): • The knowledge and understanding of child development • The ability to motivate families for success and change with a strength based approach • The knowledge and respect of various cultural values and practices and the ability to develop trusting relationships with all families • The ability to manage caseload, case files and documentation • An ability to communicate well and to work independently and constructively with a team • Time management skills and flexibility Please send resume with covering letter to: Shelley Zoerb SIGN 345 Broadway St. W. Yorkton, SK S3N 0N8 Fax: (306) 786-7116 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Job posting closing date: April 26, 2013
Employment Opportunity: Vanguard Credit Union is a progressive financial institution focused on the well-being of its members and staff. We are committed to local ownership, local management and enabling economic development in the communities we serve. We do this by providing personal, professional service to our members and taking an active role in supporting and strengthening the social fabric of the region. ¾ Vanguard Credit Union Limited is currently accepting applications for a Lending Specialist for our Birtle Branch in Birtle, Manitoba. For more information, please visit our website at www.vanguardcu.mb.ca Please submit your resume in confidence by Friday, May 3, 2013 to: Kathy Brooks, VP of Corporate Services Vanguard Credit Union Limited Hamiota Corporate Office Box 430, Hamiota, MB R0M 0T0 Fax: 204-764-6211 E-mail: email@example.com
d3h is growing again! Who are we? We are a management company that owns and operates hotels and spas across Western Canada. This ground level opportunity invites you to experience the connection of beauty, environment and well being! We wish to grow passionate hairstylists, estheticians and massage therapists to join this very fast growing company. We are looking for enthusiastic people to join the cultures of Aveda Hair and Eminence Spa products. Eminence is a handmade organic skincare line from Hungary. It is pure indulgence on the skin. Aveda's 97% plant derivative ensures healthy end results for the client and a health conscious environment for the stylist! 116 Aveda salons have made the '2013 Salon Today's Top 200 List' yet again. If you're interested in growing a career while working in a beautiful environment, please forward your resume to our head office at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 306-668-8051. To learn more about our family of hotels, please visit our website at www.d3h.ca.
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT FARM HELP WANTED. Experienced operators to run and maintain newer large equipment from seeding to harvesting. Housing provided with good wages. Lampman, SK. Call 306-487-7644. Help Wanted!!! Make $1000 weekly mailing brochures from home! No experience required. Start immediately! www.themailinghub.com.
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LOTS FOR sale in a new development at south end of Fishing Lake. $39,900. Call 306-220-4687 or 306-229-0251. SUN HILLS RESORT at Lake of the Prairies, SK has 12 prime lots in Phase 1 to offer. Priced $56,000 - $69,000. We are located 40 min. east of Yorkton near the Togo bridge. More info www.sunhillsresort.com. Call 306-597-4660.
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AVAILABLE MAY 1st. One bedroom suite, #2-154 Betts Ave., Yorkton. Fridge, stove and utilities included. $600 monthly. Ph. 306782-0768 or 306-621-1227. FOR RENT in Canora, four bedroom home, new lino, varnished floors, no pets. References required. $750 per month, utilities not included. 306-563-2031. www.canorahomerentals.com.
1977 OLDSMOBILE 98 Regency, fully loaded, one owner, 75,000 original kms, never winter driven, original paint, garage kept, like new condition. Must be seen. Phone 306-338-3369 or 306-3387564.
2004 CHEV Avalanche Z71 with air, tilt, cruise, power windows, power door locks, power seat and only 170,000 km. Comes with winter and summer tires. Asking $9,250.00. Phone 306-782-1246.
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CEL (www.cel-electrical.com) is a Saskatoon based Electrical & Instrumentation Contractor with offices in Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba. We are currently accepting applications for Electrical Apprentices and Journeypersons to work at a project in the Yorkton SK area and other projects across Western Canada. The ideal candidate will have an industrial or commercial electrical background and posses good organizational, communication and problem solving skills. Apprentice opportunities may be available for applicants with no experience that have other construction experience or farming background. CEL offers a team work environment, competitive wages, company RRSP, health plan and an active safety program. Please email resumes to: email@example.com or fax to (306) 477-8833. All applications will be kept confidential.
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Darrel & Olga Rieder Of Yorkton SK
4 Mi East of Yorkton â€˘ Machinery & Industrial 9:00 a.m. Estate of Wm Kalnyk -
Wed. April 24th @ 11:00am Directions: FromYorkton go 8 Miles East on HWY 10 to Tonkin, then 2 Miles North
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KELVINGTON AUCTION SERVICES SPRING CONSIGNMENT SALE SATURDAY April 27th Starting at 10:00 a.m. 7 miles North of Kelvington on HWY. 38 Featuring: Machinery, Livestock Equip., Misc. and more Some items included in auction skid steer, 2013 gravel trailer, 30 ft windbreak & steel panels, acreage tractor, mixmillâ€™s plus many more items arriving daily. To view these items and more go to our website www.kelvingtonauctionservices.com
Monday May 6th WWW.McDougallBay.com
Bids Start Closing at 2:00pm Viewing April 24th 10:00am â€“ 4:00pm (Sask. Time) 563 1st Street Kamsack Sk. Auctioneerâ€™s Note: Kamsack Shop Easy has closed its doors, and offers up a wide variety of store equipment from various aspects of a general grocery store. There is commercial equipment on this sale, as well as meat cutting and refrigeration equipment for the do-ityourself hunter that wants to work on his own meat. Store shelving and pallet racking also works good in farmerâ€™s work shops as well. So whether you own a small business, farm or store, there is bound to be something on this totally unreserved sale for you!
â€˘ 1:00 p.m. Vehicles 2006 Ford F250 4x4, 2005 Chev 2500 4x4 crew Duramax, 2005 Dodge Dakota 4x4, 2001 Ford F350 7.3Dsl Deck, 2002 Ford crew 4x4 7.3 Dsl, 1991 Chev 6.2 Dsl 4x4, 2008 Ford F150 4x4 Lariat
Yorkton Auction Centre
Forklift, Floor Scrubber & Warehouse Equipment: Clark Propane Forklift; Crown Pallet Jack; Advance BA5321 Floor Scrubber; Swift-2 Floor Polisher/Buffer; Chrome Rolling Carts; Pallet Racking;
306.782-5999 Consign NOW to our Spring Auction April 27
Shelving & Store Fixtures: Chrome Shopping Carts; Floor Signs; Gondola Displays; 3 â€“ Spee-Dee Check out systems with turntable, scale & cash register; Magazine racking; Floor Safe; Aisle Signs; SpeciďŹ c Area Signs; Approx. 180â€™of double side island store metal shelving;
Online Bidding, Register Early
Refrigeration and Coolers: Hussman Open Cooler Display 36â€™; 6â€™Foster 2 Sliding Glass Door Cooler; 12â€™Hussman Open Freezer; Hill Phoenix 5 Glass Door Freezer, 15 Door Unit; Walk in Cooler Box with refrigeration and condensers; Hussman Open Deli Cooler 16â€™; Several Individual Walk in Cooler Doors with hardware; Hussman 8â€™Glass Meat Display Cooler; Hussman Open Meat Display 24â€™;
Meat Cutting Equipment: Hobart Meat Band Saw 3 Hp, 3 Ph; SS Sink with runoff; Hobart Meat Grinder (requires repair); Spinning Meat Cart; White Meat Tubs; 2 Wrap Dispensers; Approx. 75â€™of Meat Hanging Rail with Hooks; Rolling meat tray racks; Fairbanks Morse Hanging Meat Scale; Garland Deepfryer; Ideal 20.2 Meat Wrapper; 8 Assorted Meat Buckets; 36â€?Stainless Steel divider; 42â€?Stainless Steel Shovel; tub of knives; etc. Baking Equipment: Bakery Oven; Grease Trap; Rolling Bread Racks; Bakerâ€™s Table w/drawers; Baking Pans; Bread Pans;
To consign your items at this sale call
Clint at 327-8325 or Ted at 327-7422
2000 Brandt 7000 Heavy Harrow, Bourgault 7200 Heavy Harrow, 1999 Brandt 7000 Heavy Harrow, 2000 Degelman SM 7000 Heavy Harrow, 2004 Brandt SB4000 Sprayer, 2007 Brandt 5000 Grain Vac, 2009 Brandt 5000EX Grain Vac, MX 110 w/ldr, 3pt, 4650 JD Clean unit,2870 Case 4wd , Case 1175, 1370, 900, 600, 730, 1030, IHC 1466 seized, 706, Massey Forklift 1105, 44, 88, 97 8N Ford Siezed, Versatile 145 4wd, JD 535 Baler, Patterson Liquid Cart w/pump, JD 665 Cultivator &airTank, JD 810Cultivator, 777 Airtank, w/packer bar, 5-3500 bu Bins with Darmini Steel Floor, Morris CP 619 Chisel Plow, Flexi 1110 Airtank, 2 - 2007 International 9900 13 spd, isxSaftied, 1997Louisville Grain Truck Saftied, 1990 Wilson Cattle Pot, Tandem Grain Trailer MB Saftied, 45 FT Highboy, 10 ft Tool Bench, 35x65 Tarped Quonset, 20x40 tarped , Party Tents, 2 & 3 inch Water Pumps. Miscellaneous Row Tractor Tires, & Much More.
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CARS 2012 Fusion Sport AWD Htd/Lthr/Pwr Sts, SYNC, Mnrf, Rvrs Cmra, B.L.I.S., 25 kms* ....................$24,935* 2013 Taurus SEL AWD Htd/Lthr/Pwr Sts, SYNC, Mnrf, Rvrs Cmra, 24 kms* .............................$27,965* 2012 Fiesta SE SAT Radio, SYNC, Cmpss, Temp Dsply, 15" Al Whls, 40 kms* ...................$14,983* 2012 Focus Titanium Hatch MyFord, SYNC, Mnrf, Rvrs Cmra, Push Start, 13 kms* ...........................$20,975* 2012 Focus SEL Hatch ................................................................$16,975* 2012 Fusion SEL AWD Mnrf, Htd/Pwr Sts, SYNC, SAT Radio ................................................$21,965* 2012 Fusion SEL Lthr, Mnrf, 18 kms* ...............................................$18,975* 2010 Honda Civic DXG Rstrt, 15" Al Whls, Telescopic Tilt, Rmt Entry, Auto Locks, 28 kms* .. PST PAID! $17,846* 2003 Focus SE Wagon Rstrt, Fg Lmps, RMT Entry, Pwr Lcks/Wndws ......................................... $3,975* SPORT/UTILITY 2013 Flex SEL AWD Htd/Pwr Sts, Rvrs Snsg, SYNC, MyFORD, SAT Radio, 26 kms*..2 to choose! $29,945* 2013 Edge SEL AWD SYNC, Rvrs Cmra, Pnrmc Mnrf, SAT Radio, Htd/Lthr/Pwr Sts, 18 kms* ...2 to choose! $31,945* 2013 Edge LTD AWD Mnrf, Lthr/Htd/Pwr Sts, Nav, BLIS, SYNC, 11 kms* .............. 2 to choose! $37,915* 2013 Edge SEL Lthr, SYNC, Snrf, 19 kms*............................ PST PAID! $29,975*
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Published on Apr 20, 2013