March 13, 2019

FOR RENT: Houses and apartments. Call Bruce Meyer,  507-829-5611.

FOR RENT: APARTMENTS AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY! Income-based one-bedroom newly-remodeled apartments at the Benton Valley Manor! Utilities and appliances included. Units feature their own exit and patio area, on-site laundry and postal delivery. To view apartments or obtain an application, call Jenifer or Jessica at 877-484-5844 or 507-694-1552. Smoke-free living. Equal Housing Opportunity.

FOR RENT IMMEDIATELY: Rental Assistance available for 1- or 2-bedroom apartment at Westview Apartments in Hendricks! All utilities included in rent with the exception of electricity! For further information, please contact Jessica or Jenifer at 507-694-1552 or email for an application

WESTVIEW APARTMENTS: Available for rent – smoke-free one-bedroom units at 402 and 408 W. Hobart St., Hendricks. All utilities included in rent except electricity! For an application and more information, please call Jess or Jenifer at 507-694-1552 or email EHO.

NOTICE: The City of Ruthton is selling an 8’ Schweiss Snow Blower with hydraulic spout and runs 1000 rpm by sealed bids only. Sealed bids will be accepted until Monday, April 1, 2019 at 5:00 pm. The city of Ruthton reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids. Please send bids to or place in drop box: City of Ruthton, Snow Blower Bid, PO Box 5, Ruthton, MN56170. Contact Darrin at (507) 828-8690 if you would like to look at the snow blower.

DAYCARE OPENINGS: Full-time and part-time daycare openings available starting in May. Please call/text  605-695-6088 for more information.

NOTICE: Blinds, shades, valances, cornices, draperies. For all your window covering needs, call Cheryl Hauschild at 507-275-3390

NOTICE: 8-pc. family chicken special, includes: 8 pieces broasted chicken, pint of coleslaw or potato salad, and large family French fries, $14.97, Country House Supper Club, Lake Benton. Phone 507-368-4223. Open Thursday through Sunday evening at 5 p.m.

HELP WANTED: Danebod Village has a Part-time position open for an Evening/Day Cook (20-28 hrs. per week). This position is primarily evening hours (2:00p.m.-6:00p.m.) and one day a week. For the Day Cook (6:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.) Every other weekend rotation of evening hours is a must. Experience in cooking is desired but willing to train the right person. If interested please contact Lisa King at 507-247-3200.

HELP WANTED:  RTR Public Schools is accepting applications for a Drumline Coach beginning in the summer of 2019.  Interested applicants should request an application from the school office and return it to:  Daniel Bettin, RTR Public Schools, PO Box 659, Tyler, MN56178.  Positions are open until filled.  EOE

HELP WANTED: POSITION OPENING – LINCOLN COUNTY DEPUTY AUDITOR-TREASURER. Applications are now being accepted by the Lincoln County Auditor-Treasurer for the position of a full-time “Deputy Auditor-Treasurer (Taxes/Payroll)”. Purpose of Position: Is to account for monies received by and disbursed by the County of Lincoln. Duties include, but are not limited to: application of the I-Series computer system, Microsoft Office, payroll, confidential personnel records, Driver’s License issuer, maintenance of real estate tax rolls, computations of annual real estate taxes, records and assists with voter registration and elections, and performing additional tasks as assigned by the Auditor-Treasurer. Minimum Qualifications: Post high school education in accounting and 3 years experience in accounting, payroll, real estate, administrative work or combination of the above.  Requires the ability to utilize mathematical formulas and the ability to read and prepare a variety of records, forms and correspondence. Applications: Applications and a more detailed job description may be obtained at the County Auditor-Treasurer’s Office, Courthouse, PO Box 79, Ivanhoe, MN 56142. Phone 507-694-1134 or on the Lincoln County Website Applications must be received by the Auditor-Treasurer’s Office by 4:30: p.m., April 1, 2019. Non-Union Confidential Position. Lincoln County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

HELP WANTED: The Lake Benton Bus Service is looking for a bus driver or someone willing to be trained. For more information or to apply, contact Jordan Bennett at 507-829-4697

HELP WANTED: IPS is in need of a Customer Service Representative.  Duties included (but not limited to) phone and email conversations with customers, quoting, invoicing, calibration tracking, shipping, receiving & inventory tracking.  No experience necessary.  Must have a valid driver license with minimal violations and be at least 21 years of age to operate company vehicles.  Occasional overnight parts delivery runs (likely 1 or 2 nights a month).  Must be able to lift 90 lb. stationary objects and also lift and carry 75 lb. boxes as needed without injuring yourself.  Medical, Dental, 401k, 2 weeks paid vacation per year, and 10 paid holidays a year.  Email resume to & call 507-368-4015 to confirm receipt after sending.  You can also visit to learn more about the company.  IPS is an equal opportunity employer.

OPEN HOUSE: Due to the weather, the 60th birthday party of Delano Halde that was originally scheduled for March 10 has been rescheduled for Sunday afternoon, March 17 at the Divine Providence Community Room.

BRIDAL SHOWER: Come & Go Bridal Shower for Gracie Davidson, bride-to-be of Taylor Thooft on  Saturday, March 16 at the Tyler Golf Club, 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. The couple is registered at Target and Bed Bath & Beyond.

BRIDAL SHOWER: Please join us for an open house bridal shower for Ryley Maisch, bride-to-be of Luke Wiering, on Saturday, March 23 from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. at the lower level of the Kronborg Inn in Tyler. The couple is registered at Bed, Bath & Beyond and Menards.

THANK YOU: The family of Brian Krog would like to offer our sincere thanks to friends and family who have supported us during this difficult time. We are grateful for everyone who helped with the service, especially Father Ron, those that served the luncheon, and the entire team at Houseman Funeral Home. We appreciate the food that has been delivered, kind gestures, and special memories shared with our family through cards, phone calls and visits. We are blessed to live in a small community.  The Family of Brian Krog