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No. 33

ZUMBRO SHOPPER.com
Wanamingo Log Cabin

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

FREE

Gorman's
Main Street Meats
Home of the areas largest FULL SERVICE meat department Pine Island 507-356-4655 Open Monday Noon-6 p.m.; Tuesday - Friday 9 a.m.- 6 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.- 4 p.m.; Closed Sunday

Sale good thru August 25.

We feature a Full Service Meat Center... NOT PREPACKAGED!

Sirloin Steak .......... $499 $ 59 Ground Beef .......... 3 $ 49 Chicken Breast ......... 3 $ 99 Chicken Breast ....... 5 Bratwurst .............. $399 $ 99 Cheddar Cheese ..... 3 $ 99 Dried Beef ............... 9
Save $2.00 Lb.
Lb. 85% Lean Lb. Boneless, Skinless Lb. 8 Varieties Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Lb. Homemade Wild Rice or Regular Lb. Mild

U.S.D.A. Boneless

HANK'S RENTAL CENTER


It saves you time, It saves you money!
Check Out Hank's Rental Center for all Your Rental Needs!

Save $2.00 Lb.

Lb.

Homesmoked

Save $1.00 Lb.

Lb.

These prices good Wednesday, August 14 through Tuesday, August 20, 2013.

Everyday Low Price Pop!


All 12 Pack

All 6-24 Oz. Bottles

Pepsi Products . 11

3/$

99

Pepsi Products ..... 3 Water .................. $499


Aquafina 24 Pack

$ 99 Bed Edger 5-In-1 Jumper

5-In-1 Jumper

15% Off
Coupon must be presented when equipment is rented. Limit one coupon per customer. Not valid in conjunction with any other offfer. Coupon cannot be used to purchase merchandise. Not redeemable for cash. Offer good thru 8/25/13.

15% Off
Must prebook.
Coupon must be presented when equipment is rented. Limit one coupon per customer. Not valid in conjunction with any other offfer. Coupon cannot be used to purchase merchandise. Not redeemable for cash. Offer good thru 8/25/13.

Carpet Cleaner

15% Off

Gorman's Blockbuster Buy


Saturday, August 17 Only

Coupon must be presented when equipment is rented. Limit one coupon per customer. Not valid in conjunction with any other offfer. Coupon cannot be used to purchase merchandise. Not redeemable for cash. Offer good thru 8/25/13.

Post Hole Digger Lawn Edger Air Nailers/Air Compressors Pressure Washers Step/Extension Ladders Texture Sprayers Wallpaper Steamer Airless Paint Sprayer Cut-Off Saw And Much More

8 Varieties Bacon Wrapped Stuffed

Chicken Breast
Save $1.50 Lb. Please Call Ahead

$ 49

Lb.

WE FEATURE A FULL SERVICE MEAT DELI

Pharmacy, 732-5311; Toll Free, 1-866-732-4163; Emergency, 732-7565; Hallmark Shop, 732-7200
370 Main Street, Zumbrota Hours: 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Mon.-Fri.; Thurs. 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sat. 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

Claritin
24 Hour Antihistamine
30 Tablets

Tylenol
Oral Suspension
4 Oz.

Children's

Main Street Pharmacy


& Your Health
Mike Brengman

18

87

$ 29

We care enough to provide the best in pharmacy services.

Advil PM

Metamucil
Fiber Therapy Smooth Texture Orange
15 Oz.

$ 95

80 Caplets

Zantac
Maximum Strength Acid Reducer
24 Tablets

1069
1 Liter

Listerine
Antiseptic Mouthwash All Flavors

$ 89

$ 89

Coppertone Sport
Sunscreen All SPFs
6 Oz. Spray

Ace

Knee Support
Al Sizes

$ 89

$ 89

Bic

Solarcaine
Burn Relief Formula
8 Oz.

Comfort Twin
Sensitive Skin
5 Shavers

$ 49

$ 99

Antifungal Cream
1 Oz.

Q-Tips
170 Swabs

$ 89

$ 69

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CARD OF THANKS
A special thanks to the 2013 Pine Island Royalty for attending our ice cream social held on Sunday, August 4 at the Creamery. You not only served the ice cream but you interacted with those in attendance. We believe you represented the Pine Island area very well. Keep up the good work. Pine Island Area Historical Society 33-1a A note of thanks to family and friends for all your prayers, cards, food, love and support during my recovery. 33-1p Carol Bridley

Annual

Berg Reunion
will be held

ZUMBROTA AREA ARTS COUNCIL

Z-Theatre
presents

Sunday, August 18 12:30p.m.


Everson Park, Lands Lutheran Church
Potluck dinner. Bring your own dishes, beverage provided.
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a summer comedy
by Joan Sween
Friday, August 23 7 p.m. Saturday, August 24 7 p.m. Sunday, August 25 7 p.m. Friday, August 30 7 p.m. Saturday, August 31 7 p.m. Sunday, September 1 2 p.m.

Fall Voice-Piano

to the sponsors of the tractor and truck pull at the Goodhue County Fair.
Lena Farms D's Auto Care Zbag Midwest Transmission Nesseth Trucking Tutewohl Trucking Christiansen Sandblasting Fitzgerald Excavating Lexvold Custom Chopping
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Thank You

ZUMBROTA'S HISTORIC STATE STATE THEATRE THEATRE


96 East 4th Street, Zumbrota 507-732-5210 Information: statetheatre@zaac.org

Minneola Lutheran Church

LESSONS
At My Home
42161 Cty. 4 Blvd., Zumbrota

BARN WORSHIP AND FUNDRAISER Sunday, August 18


Hosted by Les and Cheryl Kyllo, 14414 County 50 Blvd., Goodhue, MN
Please join us for a worship service in a unique rural setting. All are welcome. Stay for a silent auction to raise funds for a kitchen renovation at Minneola, followed by lunch. 8:30 a.m. Start bidding on silent auction items, bars/cookies and juice/coffee being served. 9:30 a.m. Worship service with Youth choir singing. 10:30 a.m. Bidding continues on silent auction items. 10:30 a.m.-Noon Lunch served. BBQ sandwiches, side salads and dessert. Free will donation. 12:30 p.m. Bidding ends and winning bids are announced.
A sample of silent auction items are: themed gift baskets (back to school, beauty, bath, baking goods, pet, kids, game night), handcrafted goods (quilts, fleece blankets, handcarved wood items, leaded glass), baked goods, garden produce and many more items.
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Tickets available at Busby's Hardware & Furniture, Crossings at Carnegie, Main Street Pharmacy and at the door one hour prior to show time. All tickets are general admission. Adults: $10 in advance, $12 at the door - Students 18 and under: $8
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Second Annual

Music Degree
LaVonne Scharpen

Taste of Pine Island


100% of the proceeds shared between

507-732-4772
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PINE HAVEN CARE CENTER and PINE ISLAND AREA HOME SERVICES

HAPPY 50TH ANNIVERSARY


John and Deloris Meyer

Piano & Voice LESSONS


for Children and Adults
Kristen Donovan, M.M. KristenDonovanStudio.weebly.com

Thursday, August 22 5:00-9:00 p.m.


Pine Haven Care Center parking lot
Featuring dinner and spirits from the local establishments including:

507-732-5292

CLASSES
Preschool through Adult

Island Sports Bar & Grill, Better Brew Coffee House, Borgy Boyz, Rainbow Cafe, Island Market, Cathy's Catering, Pine Island Sports Bar and Liquor Store and Pine Island American Legion Presenting a variety of local musical talent featuring:

BOB WOOTTON and SIX MILE GROVE


Pine Island Dixieland Band, Saint Paul Lutheran Praise Group, Paul Miller & Jukebox Cruisen with musicXPress. Don't miss the silent auction with an assortment of gifts and goodies. Bounce castles donated by Hardware Hank for the kids! Tickets: $25 Available at Pine Haven Care Center, Pine Island Area Home Services, Pine Island Bank, Better Brew Coffee House and Thrivent Financial for Lutherans.
Tickets for a children's meal will be available for $5 at the door. Hosted by Zumbro-Cannon Valley Community of Thrivent Financial for Lutheran.
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OPEN HOUSE
Saturday , August 17 2:00-5:00 p.m.
Red Wing American Legion
No gifts please.

ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, clogging, hip hop, modern, Irish


Classes begin September 9
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Love from your family!


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The Friends of St. Rose, Inc. invite you to attend their

Zumbrota Dance Studio Call Robyn Hoven for registration/information


at the

9th

Annual

507-732-7568
Sign up for

or go to www.zumbrotadancestudio.com
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Saturday, August 17 2-5 p.m.


at St. Rose of Lima Church
Live music, refreshments, treats, frozen custard and ice cream donated by Culvers and Coldstone Creamery will be provided. Please bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on and a treat to pass is always appreciated.
Visit www.friendsofstrose.org or call 507-824-2403 for directions to St. Rose.
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Fall Bowling Leagues

PINE ISLAND SPORTS BAR AND LIQUOR STORE at


107 Main Street South 507-356-8810 COMPARE AND SAVE:
Check out our new website: www.pineislandsportsbar.com

All nights available. Monday-Friday


Show & Go Cruise-In


Every Other Saturday at 4:00 p.m.

Svedka Vodka Kingston Rum


1.75 L 1.75 L

Bacardi Rum
1.75 L

$17.99
E&J Brandy
1.75 L

$16.99
Malibu Rum
1.75 L

$16.99
Sutter Home
All Varieties 750 ML

Car & Tractor Show


Saturday, August 17
Free Admission Food & Raffles
www.pi-islandclassics.com

$15.99
Flip Flop
All Varieties 1.5 L

$16.99
Big House Wine

$3.99

WINE SALE
3L

$6.99
All Varieties 6 Pack

$15.99
24 Pack Cans

Mike's Hard Lemonade

Busch Light

Buy any 3 bottles, get 4th bottle for

$6.99
Bud Light & Budweiser
24 Pack Cans

$13.99 Coors Light


24 Pack Cans

Only 1
Keystone Light
24 Pack Cans

$16.99
416 3rd Ave NE, Pine Island Bar & Grill 356-4221 Pool & Pins 356-4200
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$16.99

$12.99
Sign up 8-10 a.m.

UPCOMING EVENTS: Saturday, August 17 ...... Leather and Pipes Bike Rally

Chicken Dinner

WILLIE MURPHY
Thursday, August 15
Gates open at 5:30 p.m.
Lands Lutheran Church 16640 Highway 60 Blvd., Zumbrota

at the Goodhue Lions Community Building

Performing, Writing, Recording and Producing Blues/R&B music for over 30 years.

Sunday, August 18
Rain or Shine

Saturday, August 17 8:00 p.m in the lounge

Serving from 11:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.


Menu: BBQ Chicken, Baked Potatoes, Cole Slaw, Sweet Corn

Rochester Male Chorus Wiggle, Jiggle, Jam Loren Wolf: The Man in Black
Please bring a donation or item for area food shelves. Sponsored for EVERYONE by Goodhue County Thrivent Financial.
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BREAKFAST BUFFET!
Starting at 8 a.m. every Sunday
Dinner specials starting at 11 a.m.

There will be live music and a prize raffle.


Profits will benefit local projects.

RESTAURANT
Hwy. 52 North, Zumbrota 507-732-7321 See our website for events and menu www.coveredbridgezta.com
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Adults: $10 Children (Ages 6-12): $6 Preschool: Free


Sponsored by

Goodhue Lions Club


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Pine Island Lions


and Embroidery
IN HOUSE DESIGN, SCREEN PRINTING & EMBROIDERY

TSHIRTSPOLOS SWEATSHIRTS JACKETS CAPS


17304 Sugarloaf Parkway Zumbrota, MN 55992 507-732-5633 Becky and Kevin Nelson, Owners
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The Elegance of Emeralds

ANTIQUE TRACTOR

DRIVE
Pool and Pins/PTM parking lot
Pine Island

TATGE JEWELRY
625 2nd Street, Kenyon

Sunday, August 18 8 a.m.


Show & Go Cruise-In
Saturday, August 17 4 p.m. Live Music from 5-8 p.m. by HOLY ROCKA ROLLAZ

507-789-6522
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DAYS
Friday, August 16 & Saturday, August 17
Stop in and check out our specials and grab some food!

LEAVING FROM SITE OF SATURDAY NIGHT CAR AND TRACTOR SHOW! We will be driving from Pine Island to the New Haven Hall for morning break, then after passing thru Douglas and Genoa, on to the Milton Town Hall for lunch. (Lunch for purchase by the Pine Island Lions.) Then back to Pine Island by way of River Road. We will be parading through the Pine Haven Care Center at 8:30 a.m. Estimated return to Pine Island is 3 p.m. $10.00 registration fee that includes refreshments on the morning and afternoon breaks.
Lunch not included. For registration form and copy of driver rules, call 507-356-4009 or stop by Thrivent Financial, Pine Island or contact Dave Hermann, Larry Berg, Jerry Berg, Jim Miller, Dean Weis, Norm Nielsen or Brian Hale.
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601 North Main Street, Pine Island

PI LIQUOR
507-421-0044
Open Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-10 p.m.

2013 Ford Edge SE


(35) TO CHOOSE FROM
FROM

24,999

AFTER FORD REBATES

Front Wheel Drive, All Wheel Drive, SEL and Limiteds. Cloth and Leather. Some with Vista Roof. Well-equipped.
MSRP 17" Aluminum Wheels, SYNC with My Ford*, Reverse Sensing, Ford Rebate Electrichromic Rear View Mirror, Auto Lamps, Securitycode Keyless Entry, Compass, Ford Bonus Cash Below Floor Cargo Space, Side Airbags, Safety Canopy with Rollover Sensor, Advance Trac, Zumbrota Discount Electronic Stability Control, Tire Pressure Monitor System. $29,845 $3,000 $500 $1,346

Trade-ins Needed! Financing Available!


(35) Available, instock and arriving daily.
Offer valid thru August 31, 2013.

SALE $

24,999

"DEALER FOR THE PEOPLE"


1-800-761-6086 Toll Free from anywhere 507-732-5127 Apply online at www.zumbrotaford.com
Sales Hours: Mon. and Thur., 8:30-8:00; Tues., Wed. & Fri., 8:30-6:00; Sat. 8:30-5:00. Service Hours: Monday and Thursday 7:30-8:00, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 7:30-5:00

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Befort Salvage & Repair


Auto Repair We Accept Junk & Repairable Cars, Trucks Old Farm Machinery & Scrap Metals Used Autos & Parts Available

MAZEPPA, MN

BOATS & MOTORS


FOR SALE: Alumacraft Classic Delux 16 fishing boat with 40 horse Johnson motor with tilt and trim on a yacht club roller trailer. New deck bow to stern. 2 new batteries, new boat cover, 2 gas cans, anchors, trolling motor and other extras. Its ready to put in the water, $2,500. Call 507-271-7044. 31-tfc

MINI STORAGE
Call For Sizes, Prices & Bookings

Summertime Fun Picnic Table Rental


Special Events Reunions Graduations Weddings Festivals Business Functions
Rob/Deb Westgard 26697 520th St., Pine Island

DAYCARE
Zumbrota newly licensed daycare opening September 3 for ages 2 and up. Food program available. Call or text Ranae Rohe, 507-273-9906. 32-3p Licensed Wanamingo daycare has immedite openings for all ages. Large outside play area. Located next to KW Elementary School. Contact Janie at 651210-4360. 32-3cc

507-843-2203 Mike Befort


507-843-4500 Evenings
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651-923-4154

Council, PO Box 45; Zumbrota Public Cemetery Association, 113 Sugarloaf Lane; all Zumbrota, MN 55992; ZumbrotaMazeppa Education Foundation, 343 3rd Avenue NE, Mazeppa, MN 55956. 48-tfc Alcoholics Anonymous, Fridays, 7 p.m. at St. Michaels Catholic Church, Prairie Side room, 451 5th Street SW, Pine Island. 3-tfc Caregiver Support Group meets every second and fourth Monday of the month from 1-2:30 p.m. at St. Pauls Lutheran Church Library. Sponsored by Three Rivers Community Action, Inc. and Pine Island Area Home Services. Private and confidential. Respite care available during meetings. 21-tfc

SOUTHSIDE STORAGE
GOODHUE
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507-356-4018 FREE DELIVERY AND SET-UP


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CARS & TRUCKS


FOR SALE: 2002 Ford Taurus SE, dark gray. Runs great. 152,000 miles, $3,200 or best offer, 507-367-2649 or 9901842. 33-1cc

MOTORCYCLES
Shutttle Service to

TIRES TIRES TIRES


ROY N ALS
AUTO SERVICE
Goodhue 651-923-4525
Neven Sodd

Cemetery Monuments Markers


Gerry Thumann
Zumbrota

Minneapolis Airport Mall of America


12 DEPARTURES DAILY! FREE WIFI IN VANS!
Services to and from

FOR SALE: 2004 Harley Heritage Soft Tail Classic, teal color, many extras, 25k miles, woman owned bike with lowering kit, windshield, luggage bags, engine guard and security system. $11,200 obo. Call 356-2862 to see a very well cared for bike. 32-3a FOR SALE: 2001 Yamaha Classic V-Star 1100ccs. Very low mileage of 6,418 miles, lowered for female driver, leather bags, windshield, running lights, cobra pipes, 2 seats, other equipment. $4,500. Cell 507-254-9224. Laurie AndersonWilson. 32-3p

507-732-7258 507-259-0364 Melgard Monuments


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Oronoco, Pine Island & Zumbrota 507-216-6354 www.rochestershuttleservice.com


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Tami's Painting Touch


Your local electrician Zumbrota, MN

Basements

Landscaping

Peter McWaters

Dedicated to making your home beautiful. . .

507-732-7387 Cell 507-208-6000


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INTERIOR PAINTING
Free estimates/Color consults References, Insured CALL or EMAIL to schedule your appointment TODAY...

ll! We do it a
Driveways
Trenton

Septic Systems

Better Hearing Aid Centers


Terry Carlson, Hearing Consultant
FREE Hearing Tests FREE House Calls Service all makes and models of hearing aids 20 Years Experience

Tammie Johnson
507-951-7533
email: tamispaintingtouch@yahoo.com
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Excavating

3 2 0 8 0 8 3 651

Call

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Boraas Monuments
For Your Cemetery Granite Needs
Contact Byron Boraas Kollmann Rep. 107 East 13th St., Zumbrota 507-696-7997
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WE TREAT OUR CUSTOMERS LIKE FAMILY!

Total Auto & Tire


44490 Highway 52 Blvd., Zumbrota 507-732-5886
Creative financing options Nationwide Warranty

651-258-4471 1-800-348-4471
29750 150th Ave. Way, Welch, MN. N&S9-tfc

Call for details.

Oronoco Auto Parts & Auto Sales


410 1st St., Oronoco, MN 55960

Junkers and Repairables

Oil Changes 2with FREE 4 new tires


with coupon

Includes FREE alignment check along with 4 tires and 2 free oil changes.

KW Learning Center and School Age Care serves children ages 33 months to grade 5. Open Monday-Friday, 6 a.m.-6 p.m. at the KW Elementary School in Wanamingo and the KW Middle School in Kenyon. Flexible calendar. Contact Community Education, 507-789-7016 or find us online at www.kw.k12.mn.us. Recovery, Inc.: Facilitated, self-help groups 29-tfc since 1937 offering a proven method to combat depression, anger, fear, anxiCougar Care & Bright Beginnings offers ety, etc. Free weekly meetings at 7 p.m. childcare for children ages 33 months on Tuesdays at Resurrection Catholic through school age. Hours are 6 a.m. to Church, 1600 11th Ave. S.E., Roches6 p.m. year round. Located in ZM Early ter. Information 507-843-4064 or Education Center, 507-732-4650. www.recovery-inc.org. 41-tfc 27-tfc Pine Island Area Home Services, a Living at Home Block Nurse Program offers volunteer services including transGIVE AWAY: Campfire wood. About a portation, respite, chores, light housepickup trucks worth of arms-length cut keeping, grocery shopping assistance soft maple and Chinese elm, dried out and other services to help elderly refrom Mays snowstorm. You haul from main safe and comfortable in their own Roscoe Township outside Pine Island. home. We also collaborate for nursing Call Ann at 507-284-0479. 33-1f and home health aide services and offer foot care, clinics, hearing clinics and GIVE AWAY: Maple, willow, pine fire- blood pressure clinics. Stop by the ofwood 356-8943. 33-1f fice at 109 3rd Street SW, call 356GIVE AWAY: Free for taking down: two 2999 or visit our website at www.pine 13-tfc Lesters hog buildings. 36x60 and islandareahomeservices.org. 36x100. To be removed by October Recovery, Inc., is a community group 15. 507-789-5501. 33-1f promoting mental health through selfhelp with fear, depression and anxiety meeting on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. at Resurrection Catholic Church, 1600 11th Garage sale: 911 Marie Lane, Zumbrota, Ave. SE, Rochester. Free. Information, Friday, August 16, 4-7 p.m. and Satur- 507-288-1144. www.recovery-inc.org. 35-tfc day, August 17, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Girls clothing sizes 4T-7/8, girls shoes vari- Free mammograms and cervical cancer ous sizes, toys including Fischer Price, screenings are available for women. For Little Tikes, girls kitchen, boys work bench more information contact Goodhue County plus much more, household items ga- Public Health Service at 651-385-6100 lore, ladies clothing, speakers, couch/ or 1-800-950-2142. 43-tfc loveseat set, misc. items. Great deals. Crisis pregnancy need help? Caring, All must go. 33-1p confidential assistance. St. Michaels, a Yard sale: Friday, August 16 and Satur- community caring for life. 507-356-4944 day, August 17, 8 a.m.-3 pm. at Royal or 507-356-4280. 20-tfc Court, Pine Island, Lot #37. Radial arm Call the Womens Center of Goodhue 220 saw, metal cutting chop saw, both commercial. Three tables, coffee tables, County 24-hour crisis line at 1-800table saw, trampoline, lots of misc. and 369-5214 or 612-385-8600 if you need clothes. 33-1p help, support or advocacy. We can offer shelter to victims of domestic violence or homelessness, and we offer our services to anyone in need. 3-f-tfc

GIVE AWAY

GARAGE SALES

MISC. ITEMS FOR SALE

$200 - $7,500
on most vehicles free tow

More $$$ If Sellable


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Change 99 Oil with coupon


*Up to 5 quarts of conventional oil.

FOR SALE: Patio set with four chairs plus cushions; table includes umbrella; two-person glider chair with cushion. $500, call 507-210-9161. 33-3cc FOR SALE: Used 8x12 storage shed. Some repair may be needed. You move. $100, 507-732-7374. 33-3a FOR SALE: Auction sale. Contents of one large storage unit will be sold to the highest bidder on Saturday, August 17, 9 a.m. Terms are cash. Located 11 miles south of Lake City on Highway 63, then turn left to 660 Street, 2/3 of a mile. Sale subject to owner paying off the unit before the sale. Oak Center Storage, 507-753-2672. 32-2a FOR SALE: Day lilies. Hundreds of varieties. Minnesota grown. Low prices. Discounts for large landscaping quantities. Zumbro Falls. Open Saturday a.m. Call for directions 507-753-4087. 32-3cc FOR SALE: Soft side tractor cab, fits Simiplity garden tractor; 42 push blade with bracket. Fits Simplity garden tractor. Both in good condition. Call 8434093. 32-3p FOR SALE: Antique walnut youth bed (head and footboard) with spring and mattress, $300, 507-732-4226 evenings. 32-3p BUFFALO MEAT FOR SALE: Naturally raised, boneless, USDA inspected Cryovac and fresh frozen. Steaks, roasts, ground brats, patties, jerky and more, 507-732-4080, email: scbison@hcinet. net. 26-tfc

Alcoholics Anonymous: Wednesday, 8 p.m., Oronoco Community Center, 115 2nd St. NW, lower level, Oronoco. 14-tfc Free to use by the general public: Wheel chairs, walkers, canes and crutches. Zumbrota VFW, 507-732-5411. 2-tfc Zumbrota Area Food Shelf: Open first and third Mondays from 2-4 p.m., second and fourth Thursdays from 7-8 p.m. and third Wednesday from 10 a.m. to noon for senior citizens. Open to all needy persons. 244 Main Street (in the basement of Farmers Insurance Group). Please use the alley entrance. Also open first Monday of the month from 11 a.m.noon to receive donations. 3-f-tfc Pine Island Food Shelf: Open every Wednesday from 9-11 am. 218 South Main Street, #5, 507-356-2999, entrance in alley. 50-tfc Alcoholics Anonymous: Monday, 7 p.m. St. Pauls Catholic Church basement, 749 Main Street South, Zumbrota. 10-tfc Alcoholics Anonymous: Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., United Redeemer Lutheran Church, 560 West 3rd, Zumbrota. Call 507-7327418 after 6 p.m. 38-tfc

507-367-4315 or 800-369-4315
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FOR ALL OF YOUR AUTO, TRUCK AND FARM NEEDS!


Tires Computerized Diagnostics Engine Repair Heating and Air Conditioning Brakes Suspensions Steering Electrical Systems Tire Balance Tire Rotation Alignment Shocks Fluids Much More
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Paperhanging & Interior Painting


Woodwork New Construction

~Quality Work~

by Becky Webster call 507-732-7406


to book your appointment!
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See Mike Perrett for all of your consumer loan needs!


Cars, Trucks, Boats, Campers, Personal Loans

HEARTLIND TREES, INC.


Brush Mowing Hauling Lot Clearing Skid Loader Work

Tree Trimming

NOTICES

STUMP GRINDING
Licensed & Insured

Security State Bank of Wanamingo


BANKING HOURS Lobby Open: Mon. 8-5, Tues.-Fri. 8-3, & Sat. 8-12 Drive-up Open: Mon. 8-5, Tues.-Thurs. 8-4, Fri. 8-6, & Sat. 8-12 ATM Open: 7 Days a Week, 24 Hours A Day

232 Main Street, Wanamingo, MN 55983 with ATM 507-824-2265 Fax 507-824-2960 www.ssbwanamingo.com

24 Hour Banking

Paul Zielsdorf 507-732-4454 Larry Zielsdorf 507-732-7471


Free Estimates
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DARE TO DREAM
With an affordable loan from the White Rock Bank lending team of Paul, Nancy and Derek, you can realize your dream.

202 3rd Avenue, Goodhue 651-923-4455

Jewel Ness cordially invites you to the 21st annual Cherry Grove Fly-in/Drivein end of summer picnic. Holden and Dale combined worship service at 9 a.m. with music by Down Home & Friends. There will be Ultralight planes, classic cars and more. Refreshments will be Narcotics Anonymous meets at First available from the Fox Wagon. Located Evangelical Lutheran Church, 309 For- 2 miles south of Wanamingo, 1/2 mile est Street, Kenyon, 7-8 p.m. on Tues- west on County Road 12. Info: days. 19-tfc www.theflyin.com 507-951-0410. 33-2p The CARE Clinic, a free health clinic, serves uninsured patients in Goodhue County. The CARE Clinic is open every Tuesday evening. Registration is from FOR SALE: Labradoodles. Family and 4:30-6:30 p.m. The clinic is located in farm raised. Health certificate and health Red Wing, at 1407 West 4th Street. For care up to date. Started on potty trainmore information, call 651-388-1022 ing. Well socialized. Males and females or look at our website www.careclini available. 507-272-7818. 31-3cc crw.com. 7-tfc FOR SALE: Chawheny pup $250, shots Goodhue County Health & Human Ser- and wormed, call 507-271-3917. vices offers low cost, federally funded 31-3cc immunizations for children and adults who may be uninsured or underinsured. Information at 651-385-6100 or 800950-2142, http://www.co.goodhue. mn.us./ 1-tfc WANTED: Scrappy Chappys Metals, 507273-0386 or 507-259-5081. Paying cash Recovery, International: Self-help orga- to clean up your property of any scrap nization since 1937 offers a proven method metals, including junk cars, trucks and to combat depression, fears, panic-at- machinery. 31-3p tacks, anger, anxiety. Facilitated groups WANTED: All types of junk vehicles, cars, meet weekly in many locations. Free will offering. Recovers, Intl. Dona 612-824- trucks, pickups, etc. Also, roll off boxes for scrap metal. Poncelet Metals Auto 5773, www.LowSelfHelpSystems.org. 42-tfc 46-tfc Crushing, 651-923-4074.

NON-PROFIT HELP

PETS

WANTED

The Gutter Guy


Exterior Home Specialist
Many colors of seemless gutters available Installation and Repair
Steve Morris, owner

Narcotics Anonymous meets at St. Pauls Catholic Church, 749 Main Street South, Zumbrota, 7-8 p.m. on Saturdays. 12-tfc The Wanamingo AL-ANON meets every Thursday from 6-7 p.m. at the Trinity Lutheran Church, 301 2nd Ave.. Questions? Call 507-273-5636. 31-tfc Zumbrota area charitable organizations current mailing addresses for making charitable gifts. Their financial support is derived nearly exclusively from the general public. Donations are tax deductible. Zumbrota Area Food Shelf, PO Box 43; Zumbrota Community Trust, PO Box 226; Zumbrota Area Historical Society, PO Box 44; Zumbrota Area Arts

"The Friendly Home-Town People"

Charlie's Power Equipment Center

507-696-2413 269-275-1780
Locally owned and operated 18 years experience
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Tune-Up Time
Specials from $39.95
We service all makes Pickup and Delivery available

242 Main Street, Zumbrota 1-800-450-7614 507-732-7614

507-367-2522
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Notices
LEGALS Public Notice
State of Minnesota County of Goodhue District Court First Judicial District Court File #25-PR-13-1781 In Re: Estate of Marion B. Overland aka Marion Overland aka marion Blanche Overland, Decedent Notice of Informal Probate of Will and Informal Appointment of Personal Representative and Notice to Creditors Notice is given that an Application for Informal Probate of Will and Informal Appointment of Personal Representative was filed with the registrar, along with a will dated October 3, 2008. The registrar accepted the application and appointed Della Mae Flemke, whose address is 241 6th Street SW, Pine Island, MN 55963, to serve as the personal representative of the decedents estate. Any heir, devisee or other interested person may be entitled to appointment as personal representative or may object to the appointment of the personal representative. Any objection to the appointment of the personal representative must be filed with the court and any properly filed objection will be heard by the court after notice is provided to interested persons of the date of hearing on the objection. Unless objections are filed, and unless the court orders otherwise, the personal representative has the full power to administer the estate, including, after thirty (30) days from the issuance of letters testamentary, the power to sell, encumber, lease, or distribute any interest in real estate owned by the decedent. Notice is further given that, subject to Minn. Stat. 524.3-801m, all creditors having claims against the decedents estate are required to present the claims to the personal representative or to the court within four (4) months after the date of this notice or the claims will be barred. Dated: 8-1-13 Yvonne J. Black, Registrar Vanessa Jeshe, Deputy Rockne Law Office Matt C. Rockne MN #240527 385 Main Street PO Box 7 Zumbrota, MN 55992 Telephone: 507-732-5191 Facsimile: 507-732-7846 email: rocknelaw@hcinet.net
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City of Goodhue
Council Meeting Minutes July 24, 2013 6:30 p.m. Members present: Mayor Kerry Bien, Fritz Schulz, Leia Ryan and John Adams with Tia Schimek absent . Also present were Richard Gorman, Mike Redmond, Jacob Hopperstad, Shelly Schul, Andy Brandel and Brian Loos. Motion by Schulz, seconded by Adams to approve the agenda. Motion carried. Motion by Adams, seconded by Ryan to approve the council minutes of July 10th. Motion carried. Motion by Adams, seconded by Schulz to approve the public hearing minutes of July 10th. Motion carried. Motion by Adams, seconded by Ryan to change yield sign to stop sign at corner of 5th St. and Park Ave. Motion carried. Motion by Ryan, seconded by Schulz to make a three way stop at the corner of 2nd Ave. and 6th St. Motion carried. Jacob Hopperstad addressed the council to consider Eagle Scout service project opportunities at Cranston Heights Park. Motion by Schulz, seconded by Ryan to accept resolution for donation of a 2005 Crown Victoria Police Interceptor from the Prairie Island Indian Community. Motion carried. Motion by Schulz, seconded by Ryan to approve Leah Nell Petersons building permit in accordance to all setback rules. Motion carried. The August 14 Council meeting is canceled and rescheduled to August 7th. Motion by Schulz, seconded by Adams to pay the bills. Motion carried. Motion by Ryan, seconded by Adams to adjourn the meeting. Motion carried. Respectfully submitted, Lori Agre, City Clerk
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FARM ITEMS FOR RENT


FOR RENT: Grain vac for rent. Reasonable rates. Call 651-923-4616. 49-tfc

milk cows. Contact Mike Augustine at 651-380-0246 and tell me what you have and the price. 49-tfc

FARM SERVICES
Custom chopping, silos, bags, bunkers, piles-wagons or trucks, two 4-wheel drive pack tractors, 2 self-propelled choppers. Can also chop earlage. Brand new kernel processor that does a better job than a shredlage processor and uses less power and fuel consumption. Contact Darren Vieths at 651-380-6141. Custom chopping - silos, bags, bunkers, piles, wagons or trucks. Two 4-wheel drive pack tractor, two self-propelled choppers. Can also chop earlage. Contact Darren Vieths, 651-380-6141.

FARM ITEMS FOR SALE


FOR SALE: Hay and straw. Small bales, $4, round bales $100, 507-271-3917. 31-3cc

FARM ITEMS WANTED


WANTED: We are looking for organic hay to feed our dairy herd. We are not jockeys, just trying to feed our herd of

WE BUY HARVESTOR SILOS. FARMLAND WANTED We also take down cement stave silos for a fee.
K.M. Neisen Co.
507-995-2331 insured
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MIKE'S CUSTOM FARM SERVICES

Corn/Bean Planting Stalk Chopping Hay Cutting Chisel Plow Digging Disking Silage Chopping Raking Snow Removal Round Baling; Wet or Dry; Net Wrap
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507-732-7992 or 507-273-4666
Jung Seed Sales 39715 Cty. 47 Blvd., Goodhue

LAND OWNERS, if you have CRP land coming out and dont like the idea of someone spraying chemicals on your land, give us a call. We run an organic dairy farm and are looking for land to rent. We would like to reseed to alfalfa/ grass mix for hay. Rent will be based on soil sample and we prefer 3 to 5 year contracts. Call Mike Augustine at 651380-0246. Thanks. We would like to stay within 20 miles of Goodhue.

ZUMBRO SHOPPER, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2013 PAGE 5 to: Cougar Care, Attn: Michele Hatleli, are 7:15 a.m.-10 a.m. and 2:30-5 p.m. 799 Mill Street, Zumbrota, MN 55992. and 2:30-5:15 p.m. Hours may be combines. Substitute program assistants and Application deadline is 8-28-13. assistants: Fill in as needed for current HELP WANTED: Childcare coordinator staff. Application available online at opening. Zumbrota-Mazeppa ISD. #2805 www.kw.k12.mn. us, Community Eduhas a childcare coordinator opening. cation, or send letter of application, reQualified individuals should possess the sume and three references to: Kris Kincaid, ability to provide administrative leader- Kenyon-Wanamingo Community Educaship and supervision for the develop- tion, 400 6th Street, Kenyon, MN 55946 ment, promotion, implementation and or kkincaid@kw.k12. mn.us. Deadline evaluation of the Zumbrota-Mazeppa is Wednesday, August 21 or when filled. School age and preschool childcare pro- EOE 32-2a gram. Assure that the program provides HELP WANTED: Farm help, part-or fullsafe, nurturing and quality services to meet the needs of children and families time. Hours and days vary. Apply by and support the development of chil- August 20. Contact Darren Vieths at dren. Send application and cover letter, 651-380-6141 or call 651-923-4861 to 32-3a resume, transcript and credentials to receive an application. ZM Community Education, Attn: Jen HELP WANTED: Full-time feed mill manBurfeind, Director, 705 Mill Street, Zum- ager in Pine Island. Full benefits. Ag brota, MN 55992. School application background, computer skills and CDL a available online at www.zmschools.us. plus. Send resume to Box P, c/o GrimApplication deadline is Wednesday, Au- srud Publishing, Inc., PO Box 97, Zumgust 21. 33-1a brota, MN 55992. 31-3a HELP WANTED: Experienced part-time line cook over 18 able to work in fastpaced work environment and to help with prep work, dishes, cleaning and other restaurant duties. Sundays off. Apply in person at Cathys Catering, 300 South Main Street, Pine Island.

OTR DRIVERS
at Lawrence Transportation.

WANTED
Consistent mileage with the home time you deserve.

Jonas Farm Seeds


Complete line of seeds, including

Kussmaul Seed and Organic Seeds


Call for Discounts
37510 230th Ave. Goodhue, MN 55027 Business 651-923-4552 Cell 651-764-4883

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Lexvold Custom Services


Tillage Planting 16x30 with auto shutoff
on rows with liquid fertilizer

Ripping Combining Silage Chopping Keith Lexvold

651-764-4409
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CHARLIE RYAN

TOWNSHIPS SEMMCHRA
2012 Annual Disclosure Statement 1. Name of development authority: SE MN Multi-Cty HRA 2. Name of municipality: Zumbrota 3. Name of newspaper: Zumbrota NewsRecord - 8-15-2013 4. Current net tax capacity: $12,253 5. Original net tax capacity: $1,015 6. Captured net tax capacity: $11,238 7. Principal and interest payments due in 2013: $13,398 8. Tax increment expended in 2012: $14,276 9. Tax increment received in 2012: $13,770 10. Month and year of first tax increment receipt: 06-2002 11. Date of required decertification: 12-31-2027 12. The total increased property taxes to be paid from outside the district if fiscal disparities option A applies*: $0 * The fiscal disparities property tax law provides that the growth in commercial-industrial property tax values is shared throughout the area. In a tax increment financing district, this value sharing can either result in a tax increase for other properties in the municipality or result in a decrease in tax increment financing district revenue depending on how the tax increment financing district is established. Tax Increment Financing District TIF 1-2 Zumbrota does not share its growth in commercial-industrial property tax values. This results in an increase in property taxes for other properties in this municipality. For taxes payable in 2012, this increase in taxes on other properties amounted to $0.00. Additional information regarding this district may be obtained from: Joseph Wheeler 134 East 2nd Street Wabasha MN 55981 651-565-2638 ipwhra@wabasha.net
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CUSTOM BAGGING
10 Baggers
Cell Phone:
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Silage Bags and Bunker Covers

1-651-764-1944

RYAN BAGGING
JH SCHRADER ENTERPRISES

SIOUX GRAIN BINS DRYERS


MACHINERY & LIVESTOCK

8, 9, & 10 Machines Available Greg & Cindy Ryan and Sons 651-258-4320
Greg 651-764-3723 Travis 651-764-3724
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HELP WANTED: Kenyon-Wanamingo Schools has an immediate vacancy for a full-time grades 5-12 EBD teacher. Successful candidate must hold Minnesota FOR SALE: Registered Holstein bulls, teaching license with EBD certification. serviceable age, artificially sired. Alberts Send letter of application, resume, tranBrothers, Pine Island, 507-356-4462. scripts, three letters of recommendation, and copy of teaching license to Jeff Evert, Superintendent, 225 3rd Avenue, Wanamingo, MN 55983 or lthoreson@kw. WORK WANTED: Looking for an in-home k12.mn.us. Application deadline is aucaretaker? I can help families take care gust 16, 2013 or until filled. EOE of an elderly person who is not able to HELP WANTED: The Southeastern Minhelp themself physically. Call Delores at 507-884-4698. 32-3p nesota Multi-County Housing and Redevelopment Authority (SEMMCHRA) is WORK WANTED: Looking for homecare seeking an administrative assistant rework in the immediate area (Zumbrota, porting to our executive director and to Wanamingo, Pine Island or Mazeppa). also provide administrative assistance Can provide references. $9 per hour, to other departments. Responsibilities 507-732-7720. 31-3cc include assisting with various projects; day-to-day operations of the HRA; and personnel and benefits administration. College graduate in business administration, urban studies or related subHELP WANTED: The Goodhue County ject. At least two (2) years of experience Education District has two full-time open- in housing field or in a responsible adings for Setting IV Paraprofessionals ministrative position of comparable dubeginning in the 2013-14 school year. ties. Additional relevant experience may One opening is at our Riverside program be substituted for education requirement. in Cannon Falls and the other is at our Must be a licensed driver and have a car Upwards program in Red Wing. Experi- available to carry out assignments. Salence working with students in class- ary based on experience. Excellent benroom setting desired. Position is open efits. Interested persons should submit until filled.Required qualifications: Two resumes to Karen DuCharme by 4:30 years of college or equivalent or suc- p.m., Friday, August 16, 2013 to the cessful completion of the Para Pro test SEMMCHRA, 134 East 2nd Street, Waprior to first student contact day; Per- basha, MN 55981; 651-565-2638, ext. sonal Care Assistant (PCA) training (training 201. Equal Employment Opportunity. must be completed online prior to first student contact day); Professional Cri- HELP WANTED: KW Kids Childcare seeks sis Management (PCM) training (train- candidates for the following positions: ing will be made available and must be Program Lead: Full-time position. Assist completed within timelines provided); coordinator to provide an enrichment able to lift 50 pounds and be able to and childcare program for ages 33 monthsrestrain students in emergency situa- grade 5. Must have ability to communitions; clean driving record as may be cate with young children, parents and required to transport student to transi- co-workers to maintain a high quality tion activities. Desired qualifications: CPR program. Program Assistant: Part-time and First Aid training; special ed para- positions in both Kenyon and Wanaprofessional training; experience work- mingo, Monday-Friday on school days ing with students with disabilities; good and potentially summer days. Kenyon written and verbal communication skills; hours are 7:15-9 a.m.; Wanamingo hours must be able to work one-on-one with individual students and with small groups; experience working on a multi-disciplinary team; experience and/or training in behavior management. Goodhue County Education District uses the AppliTrack Part-time with customer skills, system from Aspex Solutions to manage computer skills and employment applications online.

LIVESTOCK

Great Pay Package, Benefits and SIGN ON Bonus!

800-328-7224
www.lawrencetrans.com
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WORK WANTED

HELP WANTED
Nights and weekends.

Bartender/ Cook Experience preferred but will train.


CORNER BAR & GRILL
of Goodhue
201 North 2nd Street 651-923-4662
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HELP WANTED

Professional Assistant
Seeking full-time professional assistant for a fast-paced financial planning firm. 50% computer work, 30% administrativeandorganizationalwork, 20% client service. Successful candidates will have strong computer and interpersonal skills. Experience in the financial services industry a plus. Competitive pay and benefits available. Email resume to: karolin.r.lex@ampf.com or send to: Karolin Lex

281 Main Street, Suite A Zumbrota, MN 55992


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HELP WANTED
Part-time

RECEPTIONIST WANTED

HELP WANTED: Drivers for school bus routes and trips. Will train. Sugar Loaf Bus Service, 732-7670 or 843-5296. HELP WANTED: The Pine Island School District serves approximately 1,200 preK12 students in southeast Minnesota. The successful candidate will provide business management services as outlined, in the description on the school website. Starting date is August 26 or later (260 day contract). Requirements: letter of interest, school district application available at www.pineisland.k12. mn.us, comprehensive resume, 3 letters of recommendation. Sent to: Tammy Berg-Beniak, Pine Island Schools, 223 1st Avenue SE, PO Box 398, Pine Island,, MN 55963. 33-2a HELP WANTED: Childcare teaching assistant and para needed for Cougar Care and Bright Beginnings for ZumbrotaMazeppa Public Schools. Qualified individuals should possess a positive and caring attitude as well as a passion for teaching and making a difference in the lives of children. Childcare experience required, childcare/teaching degree preferred. The childcare programs seek mature, nurturing, and dependable individuals to work with children ages 33 months and up. Applications can be downloaded from the website http:// zmschools.us or to request an application, please email childcarecoord@zmsch. k12.mn.us. Send completed applications

telephone skills required.

Send resume to: PO Box 237, Goodhue, MN 55027 or larsenind@sleepyeyetel.net

Cashiers Carryouts/ Stockers


and Nights and Weekends
Please apply in person at

POLE BUILDINGS 651-380-5059


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HOWES DIAMOND JEWELERS


has an opportunity to join their

Sales Team
Seeking a highly motivated, detail oriented sales consultant to fill a part-time position. Competitive wage and bonus incentive. Apply in person at: 301 Bush Street, Red Wing
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Food Center
Zumbrota, MN

Masterson Staffing Solutions


is hosting a

JOB FAIR for Operators and other


Manufacturing positions on Thursday, August 22 from 1-3 p.m. at Foldcraft's offices located at 615 Centennial Drive, Kenyon.
Please follow visitor entrance and go to offices lcated in back of facility. Please call our office with any questions at 507-252-8481. Please remember to bring your proof of eligibility to work in the U.S. Bring an updated resume if you have one.
Masterson Staffing Solutions is an EEO/AA Employer.
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Rochester Post-Bulletin Foot Route Available in Zumbrota.


Monday-Saturday delivery. Complimentary subscription for carrier. Earn money while exercising.

GOODHUE City of Goodhue


Advertisement for Bids 1999 Police issue Dodge Durango. 160,601 miles, 4-wheel drive. Bids accepted at Goodhue City Hall until Wednesday, August 28, 2013 at 4 p.m. We have the right to reject any or all bids.
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For more information contact Doug Crowley at

507-285-7795
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City of Goodhue
EDA Meeting Minutes July 10, 2013 6:30 p.m. Members present: Mayor Bien, Schulz, Ryan ,Schimek and Adams. Also present were Richard Gorman, Tara Chapa, Steve Voth, Andy Brandel, Trevor and Andrea Stenlund and Brian Loos. Motion by Adams, seconded by Ryan to approve the minutes of June 19. Motion carried. Motion by Ryan, seconded by Adams to have the engineer and city attorney contact the landowner regarding extending the sewer for new lots in Fredrickson addition. Motion carried. Motion by Schimek, seconded by Schulz to adjourn. Motion carried. Respectfully submitted, Lori Agre City Clerk
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Food Center
Come help us celebrate

Beth Stebergs Retirement


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Serving the Hub of Goodhue County Since 1976


Quantity rights reserved. We accept VISA, MasterCard & Discover. We welcome food stamps & W.I.C. vouchers everyday.

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Prices good Wednesday, August 14 thru Tuesday, August 20, 2013

We wil be serving cake and coffee on Wednesday, August 21 from 1:00-4:00 p.m.
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Assorted Varieties Knorr Rice or Noodles and Sauce

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Side Dishes
32 Oz.
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Shur Fine Vegetables


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2/$
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Goldfish Crackers

Malt-O-Meal Cereal
Large 36-42 Oz. Bag

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Orange Juice

12-16 Oz. Pkg.

$ 99

1.75 Liter

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Facial Tissue

Fresh Bakery General Merchandise


Fresh Baked Grandma Alices White or Wheat
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Paper Towels
8 Roll Pack

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12 Count Pkg.

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12 Oz. Bottle

$ 99

12 Double Rolls

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Shur Fine Soup


10.5 Oz. Can
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50 Oz. Jug

Klarbrunn $ 6 Pk. 20 Oz. 2.29


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COUPON

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Business Directory
ACCOUNTING CLEANING
Jeff Ryan 651-380-1646 or 651-923-4825
Other Services Include: Upholstery Cleaning Roof & Gutter Cleaning Power Washing Exterior Home Washing General Office Cleaning Post Construction Clean-Up

DENTISTS
David C. Langley, D.D.S.

GARAGE DOORS

FAMILY DENTISTRY
Lower Level of First State Bank 1st Street & MN Hwy. 60
MAZEPPA, MN 55956

(507) 843-5734 M-TH 9-5

Nyla Nolden, D.D.S.


FAMILY DENTISTRY 617 1st. Ave. SE Pine Island, Minnesota
S33-20A

507-356-8522
Monday Thursday

Zumbrota Overhead Door Lang Custom Structures, Inc.


Two businesses. One purpose: to get the job done! Bob Lang, PO Box 512, Zumbrota

We Use Organic Cleaning Supplies.


Guaranteed Quality Services.

S20-26a

CONCRETE

DRYWALL FINISHING C. R. Taping & Texturing


basements, garages, additions, new homes

Phone: 507-732-4300 Fax 507-732-4447


email: ZTAdoor@KMWB.net

INSURANCE
WANAMINGO MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.
209 Main St., Wanamingo Monday through Friday

Chad Horsman
Call For A FREE Estimate

507-732-5663

ELECTRICIANS
Brick, Block & Concrete Work Residential - Commercial - Farm Insulated Concrete basements Decorative Concrete and Stone Colored, Stenciled, and Patterned Ground Thawing and Heating 507-732-5777

507-824-2912
Our agents can also furnish you with a combination Fire, Wind & Liability Policy, also Homeowners, Workmens Comp., Inland Marine, Auto and Commercial.

ORTHODONTICS
PRASKA ORTHODONTICS
Charles E. Praska, DDS MS PA

ROOFING

651-923-4737 Goodhue
Fast & Reliable Service for your Business, Home & Farm

LAWN & GARDEN

& Company Ltd.


Certified Public Accountants
TAX ACCOUNTING, PAYROLL AND QUICK BOOK SERVICES, FINANCIAL PLANNING, INVESTMENTS, INSURANCE

CONTRACTORS
FREE ESTIMATES

404 MAIN ST., ZUMBROTA 507-732-7800


231 S. Main St., Pine Island 356-8588 31238 Cty. 24 Blvd., Cannon Falls 263-9208
Securities offered through 1st Global Capital Corp. Investment advisory services offered through 1st Global Advisors, Inc. Member of NASD, SIPC

Remodeling, Additions, Garages, Sunrooms, Porches, Roofing, Complete Interior/Exterior, Remodels Windows and Doors
319 East Ave., Zumbrota

Ace contractors
email: qualitysiding@hcinet.net

Orthodontics for adults and children, TMJ Disorders, Facial Orthopedics for Non-Surgical and Non-Extraction Treatment

Commercial Flat Roofing and Repairs


40 years experience.

507-288-8844
Zumbrota

507-732-5759
ZUMBROTA, MN

15 7th Ave. NW, Rochester

507-288-1221 or 507-732-4025

Full Service Lawn Care Complete Landscape Design and Install


Jake Raasch, Owner

PLUMBING

Gadient

507-208-6450

Plumbing & Heating LLC

APPLIANCE REPAIR
DUANE'S REPAIR SERVICE
Appliance Power Tool & Small Engine Repair
ZUMBROTA, MN

Cell 651-380-1291 Goodhue, MN Mitch Gadient, Owner


14 Years Experience Plumbing New Construction Remodeling Repair Sewer Cleaning Hot Water Heating Wirsbo In-Floor Heat

SATELLITE TV

QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
CUSTOMER SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

(507) 732-5173

Pole Sheds Garages Decks Roofing Concrete Work General Carpentry

AUTO BODY

Jim Rutten, owner/operator Full Service Landscaping Inquire about Landscaping with a professional

SCAN THIS IMAGE FOR COUPON TV Sales & Service John Nelson 116 Main St., Wanamingo

507-208-1646
AUTO BODY AND TRIM
(507) 732-5218
835 Tile Dr., Red Wing

PLUMBING & PUMP SERVICE


We Service All Makes

507-824-2939

220 W. 1st St., Zumbrota

Fogarty's FARM EQUIPMENT Outdoor Service

Gould Pumps Water Heaters Magic Water Softners Ritchie Livestock Waterers
Licensed For Water & Sewer Systems MARK & DUANE

Zumbrota 732-5607

LINDELL
SALES & SERVICE
Cannon Falls

(651) 388-1218

651-258-4311 or 651-764-4084

GROVER AUTO COMPANY


400 Zumbrota Dr., Zumbrota (Just Off U.S. Hwy. 52)

www.groverauto.com

CONSTRUCTION INC. Zumbro Falls, MN


Phone (507) 753-2389
Authorized Dealer of

507-732-5194 or 1-800-967-2094 Dealer Lic. #10719

Houle manure pumps and tanks Kuhn Knight manure spreaders and TMR mixers Kuhn rakes & mowers Schuler TMR mixers Poly Dome calf hutches Ritchie waterers

COMMERCIAL OR RESIDENTIAL Lawn Mowing & Trimming Aerating and Dethatching Lawn Fertilizing & Weed Control Tree & Hedge Trimming Garden Tilling Mike Fogarty

SURVEYING Rapp Land Surveying, Inc.


David G. Rapp
REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR

Jason's Sewer Sucking


& Excavating Company
Excavator Septic Maintenance Mini Excavating Design & Installation Skidloader Line Jetting Dump Trucks Outhouse Rental Backhoe Footings Black Dirt, Sand Basements and Crushed Rock Sewer and Water Wanamingo Jason Raths, Owner

GPS Technology and Engineering Services available


45967 Hwy. 56 Blvd., Kenyon, MN 55946

507-356-4599 (cell) 507-251-1991

507-789-5366 Toll Free: 1-866-641-8882


email: dgr@frontiernet.net
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507-824-2896

Walters Buildings
Machine Sheds Grain Storage Horse Barns Specialty Buildings Hog Confinement Dairy Commercial

FLOORING

FULL SERVICE LANDSCAPING Residential and Commercial


Plus Hydro Seeding Sodding Finish Grading Retaining Walls

PLUMBING and BACKHOE


PLUMBING, SEWER CLEANING & BACKHOE WORK
Ritchie Fountain Sales & Service Licensed Septic System Contractor

JOE PIKE'S

TELEVISION

AUTO BODY
FREE Estimates Evening Estimates Available

PINE ISLAND, MN 55963

WANAMINGO

507-356-4788 507-732-4000
Steve Paulson, Owner Remodeling & New Construction Water Softeners & Water Heaters Repair Service & Fireplaces Sewer & Drain Cleaning
519 W 4TH STREET ZUMBROTA HOME 507-732-5179

Call for a Free Brochure!

507-824-2021 MEDICAL SERVICES

TV Sales & Service John Nelson, 116 Main Street, Wanamingo

507-824-2939

AUTO REPAIR

Schumacher Excavating, Inc.


Basements, Footings, Sewer & Water

PLUMBING & HEATING

TREE SERVICE MCWATERS TREE SERVICE Denny McWaters


Tree Removal Trimming & Chipping Stump Removal Insured Bucket Truck Free Estimates 507-732-5067 Service
21612 480th St., Zumbrota, MN 55992

Randy DePestel ASE Certified Mechanic


Over 25 years experience

A R AUTO CARE 507-356-2182/507-259-9536


AWARDS
AWARDS BY TATGE
MEDALS CUPS PLAQUES RIBBONS TROPHIES

FLOORING CENTER
Including Window Coverings & Area Rugs

Certified, Licensed & Bonded for


Septic Tanks & Drain Fields, Site Work, Roads, Soil Conservation Work, Sand, Gravel, Black Dirt, Crushed Rock, Shrubbery Rock ALLAN

PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION
1559 South Main, Zumbrota 507-732-7345

Complete Auto & Light Truck Repair


ON-CAR COMPUTER REPROGRAMMING AVAILABLE

PRINTING
Allan Clark, MD Penny Louise Flavin, DNP, RN, CNP Karyn Grenz, RN, CNP Jeremy Waldo, RN, CNP

25 YEARS

OF

SERVICE

Family owned since 1972.

THEIS PRINTING
59 W 5th St., Zumbrota, MN 55992 Complete One Stop Printing Services

VETERINARIANS
ZUMBROTA VETERINARY CLINIC, P.A.
1412 North Star Dr. Zumbrota

507-732-5043
ZUMBROTA, MN
PROFESSIONAL FLOORING

15% Off Wedding Invitations


Erik Flicek, owner erikflicek@hotmail.com 507-398-5004 Call on Steve & Ron Theis for help with all your printing needs.

FOR ALL OCCASIONS IN STORE ENGRAVING LARGE INVENTORY

COOLING

Serving Zumbrota & Surrounding Areas Install, Dust Control, Super Clean Specializing in refinishing and installation of hardwood floorring
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FAST DEPENDABLE SERVICE

507-732-7301

REPAIR

WATERPROOFING
Wet Basement?
SERVICES OFFERED: Beaver System Sump Pumps Sump Pump Baskets Drain Tile Window Wells and Windows Battery Pack-Up Pumps White Mold-Resistant Panels Wall Cracks Downspout Systems New Construction Installment Landscaping

TATGE JEWELRY
Kenyon 507-789-6522

TRAXLER
Power & Equipment

CHIROPRACTORS 507.732.4777
Global Family Chiropractic
"The Power That Made The Body, Heals The Body"

24 Hour Emergency Service

,LLC

OPTOMETRIST
ZUMBROTA OPTOMETRIC CENTER, P.A.
507-732-5013

Specializing in Farm Equipment Repair


Authorized TORO Dealer DOT Inspections Welding
502 Huseth St. Kenyon, MN

reliableheatingac@gmail.com

Troy Higley, D.C.


PALMER GRADUATE

Aaron Rude John Trelstad


S29-24p

Dr. Kevin Kish, Optometrist


Hours: Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri. 8 am-4:30 pm Thurs. & Sat. 8 am - Noon 352 MAIN STREET, ZUMBROTA 55992

507-732-4200 404 Main St., Zumbrota

507-789-6321

SPECIALIZING IN QUALITY WATERPROOFING. FREE ESTIMATES.

Justin Liebenow 507-951-1028

ZUMBRO SHOPPER, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2013 PAGE 9

August is good time to check on your childs vaccinations


Back-to-school time is fast approaching and state health officials are reminding parents to make sure their children have the benefit of being fully vaccinated against an array of potentially serious childhood diseases. Now is the time to check with your health care provider to make sure your child is up to date on the vaccines he or she needs to start school. New data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reaffirms that the vast majority of children in Minnesota enter kindergarten fully vaccinated. In 2012-13, 96.1 percent of all kindergarteners had received all of the immunizations required by Minnesotas school immunization law to protect them against vaccine-preventable diseases. The percent of children who entered kindergarten fully vaccinated has remained steady at about 96 percent since 2005, according to data from the CDC and the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH). In the 2012-13 school year, 1.6 percent of students entering kindergarten in Minnesota were exempt from all vaccines. Its a small group compared to those who are vaccinated, but it still leaves the door open for a vaccine-preventable disease to sneak in and make a child very sick or worse, said Kris Ehresmann, director of the Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Prevention and Control Division at MDH. Were always striving for 100 percent vaccination coverage. The remaining 2.3 percent of children were partially vaccinated at the time schools reported compliance with the requirements. Some of these children likely went on to be vaccinated after the date when the data were collected, or they obtained a legal exemption to some, but not all vaccines. The importance of childhood vaccines can be highlighted with the resurgence of pertussis (whooping cough). High vaccination rates with DTaP, the pediatric vaccine that provides pertussis protection, plays an important role in keeping levels of pertussis down in a community. This past year, over 80 cases of pertussis were reported in a small Minnesota community. The outbreak started with a youth mission trip and then moved throughout the community and into the schools, affecting mostly adolescents. Even with this significant increase in pertussis disease, the high rates of vaccination in young children prevented spread to the younger age groups. Its very reassuring to see that Minnesota has been able to maintain a high vaccination rate for our kindergarteners, said Karen Ernst, co-founder of the Minnesota Childhood Immunization Coalition. I think its important for parents out there to know that vaccinating your child is the norm. Parents who choose not to vaccinate are relying on the rest of us to protect their children and are leaving their children susceptible to disease. Having a high vaccination rate is vital for the health of the population because it prevents disease from spreading. This is especially important for protecting those who cant be vaccinated because of a medical condition or who dont respond to immunization because of a weak immune system. For copies of your childs vaccination records, talk to your doctor or call the Minnesota Immunization Information Connection (MIIC) at 651-201-5503 or 1-800657-3970.

Mayo Clinic Health System welcomes new behavioral health specialists


CANNON FALLS Mayo Clinic Health System is pleased to welcome new behavioral health specialists, Stacie Bigelow, M.A., and Jodi Olson, Psy.D., L.P. Bigelow will practice at Mayo Clinic Health System in Cannon Falls. She is a licensed psychotherapist and is a Ph.D. candidate at Fielding Graduate University, in Santa Barbara, Calif. Bigelow will continue to practice in the Twin Cities metro area and work in Cannon Falls part-time. I am looking forward to being in a clinic setting and working closely with the family medicine and specialty providers to offer our patients a single plan of care, said Bigelow. She has special interests in neuropsychology, sports psychology, caring for patients who have suffered a concussion, chronic pain, depression, anxiety and issues related to rheumatology. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her fianc and their dog. She also enjoys watching rugby and travel. Olson will see patients full-time in Red Wing. She earned her Doctor of Psychology at the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology in Minneapolis. Before coming to Red Wing, Olson worked as a clinical psychologist in the Twin Cities metro area. She has nearly 20 years of experience as a behavioral health provider. I enjoy working with patients who come to me for a wide variety of reasons. I especially enjoy working with children, adolescents and patients who are overcoming health challenges or looking to make behavioral changes. I am experienced in testing for ADHD and counseling for eating disorders. She and her husband, Andy, have three boys ages 7 to 12. When she is not attending sporting events or school activities, she enjoys playing sand volleyball, running, walking, reading, cooking and taking care of the family pets; a golden retriever, two cats, two parakeets, and a large number of fish. Behavioral health services are a significant need in our communities, says Tom Witt, M.D., president and CEO of Mayo Clinic Health System in Cannon Falls, Lake City and Red Wing. Both Stacie and Jodi will help us as we continue our effort to meet this need for our patients close to home. We look forward to them joining our integrated team of primary care and specialty providers.

Drazkowski to moderate Governors Forum


CHASKA Local community leaders will serve on a panel alongside declared Republican gubernatorial candidates at a Governors Forum hosted by the Carver County Republicans on September 9, at the Chaska High School auditorium (545 Pioneer Trail, Chaska, MN 55318) from 6-9:30 p.m. Republican candidates for governor scheduled to appear include Jeff Johnson, Scott Honour, Dave Thompson, and Kurt Zellers. Moderator of the Governors Forum will be Steve Drazkowski, State Representative, from Mazeppa. He was elected to the Minnesota House of Representatives in 2007 and sits on the Taxes, Government Operations, and Judiciary Finance and Policy Committees. Other members of the panel include: Dick Crawford: Editor, Chanhassen Villager since 2003 and publisher of both the Villager and the Chaska Herald since 2005. He previously worked at the Rochester Post-Bulletin, Hutchinson Leader, and Minnesota Sun Publications. Deb McMillan: Worked in the Chamber industry since 2000. She led a task force to merge the Chaska, Chanhassen, and Victoria Chambers of Commerce, forming the South West Metro Chamber of Commerce, where she served as President until May 2013. Currently works as the Director of Government Affairs for the Twin West Chamber of Commerce, a regional chamber representing more than 800 member businesses. Todd Moen: Managing editor at the Waconia Patriot. He has worked in newspapers for more than a decade, starting at the Chippewa Herald in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. He served as editor of the Norwood Young America Times and Carver County News in Watertown before landing in Waconia where he and his family now live. Kellie Sites: Served the Waconia businesses and community since 2006. She has served on the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce Executives Board and as Chair of the Metropolitan Council of Chambers of Commerce. Her leadership, along with the business communitys support, brought the Governors Fishing Opener to lake Waconia in 2012 in order to highlight the strengths and opportunities that the area has to offer. The public is invited to attend and ask questions of both candidates and the local leaders. For more information contact Vince Beaudette, chair, at 612804-3935 or vincebeaudette@ gmail.com. Further details can be located at www.carvergop.org.

August events for Cannon Trail


We are looking forward to another month of education, entertainment and fun at the Welch site for August. All events are on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., unless noted otherwise, weather permitting. On August 17, the Cannon Falls Historical Society will have an interesting display on the history of Cannon Falls. There will be free lemonade provided. On August 24, Dan Schwan of Cannon Falls will entertain with his talented accordion music. On August 31, from 11 a.m. to noon, Cannon Falls Canoe and Bike Rental will educate on bikes and bike safety.

From Our Files


WANAMINGO
Ida Okkelberg returned to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Thorney Lyle and Shannon Dicke were Chuck, Diane, Erin, Lauren, and Thoreson, on August 7 from the Marissa Roepers recently spent ten Methodist Hospital where she has named Outstanding Young Cooperators of the Year by the northdays visiting at the home of Dianes been a patient since July 20. ern division of Mid-America Dairy50 Years Ago parents, James and Pat Overby. men Inc. August 22, 1963 *** John Ellingsberg and Mike 40 Years Ago Patterson, students at KenyonMr. and Mrs. William M. Schultz Wanamingo High School and spent the weekend with friends in were weekend guests at the home members of the FFA, attended the Winona. *** Mr. and Mrs. Bernie of Mr. and Mrs. N.N. Chinander National FFA Washington Con- Satren and Linda visited Satur- at Austin. *** Mrs. Don ference Program in Washington, day at the home of James Truwe Henricksen and son Bruce of MinD.C. in Hopkins. *** Mr. and Mrs. neapolis arrived Monday evening Gerhard Fredrickson were visitors for a few days visit at the home of 40 Years Ago Wednesday at the J.T. Fredrickson her parents, Dr. and Mrs. F.A. August 16, 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Grothe home at Savage. Engstrom. *** Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 70 Years Ago celebrated their 25th wedding anSwanson of White Rock were August 12, 1943 niversary last Sunday. *** On Monday evening supper guests at Monday, Barb Davidson assumed Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gonstad the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard duties as business manager of the and Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Satren Miller. Wanamingo Progress. *** Mrs.

GOODHUE
20 Years Ago August 11, 1993 August 16, 1973
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn D. Bien, Tim, Tom, and John spent the weekend at Amery, Wisconsin, with Mrs. Mary Bien. *** Mr. and Mrs. Art Buck attended the Guenther-Schafer family picnic at Colvill Park in Red Wing on Sunday. *** The Elroy Rusch and Roger Kurtti families, along with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stemmann, camped over the weekend at Pioneer Trail, near Wabasha. in Red Wing. *** Mr. and Mrs. Naurice Husbyn, Bruce and Barbara spent a few days last week vacationing around Lake Superior. *** Mrs. Wesley Schafer, Mrs. Ray Hutcheson, and Mrs. Jacob Thiemann spent Monday afternoon in Red Wing. OGormans were Mr. and Mrs. Herman DeRemme of Red Wing. *** Sunday supper guests of George OReilly were Charlie Gegan and Al Miller of Hastings, and Lyle Rusch.

20 Years Ago August 11, 1993

70 Years Ago August 12, 1943


Mrs. Quentin Majerus was a Friday night houseguest at the Frank Befort home in Bellechester. *** Norval Kock returned to LeSueur Canning Factory after spending the weekend at his parents home. *** Mr. and Mrs. Ed Diercks and Gwyneth were Zumbrota callers Sunday evening. *** Mr. and Mrs. Francis Majerus and family visited relatives in Bellechester Sunday afternoon.

60 Years Ago August 13, 1953


BORN TO: Rev. and Mrs. Carl Mischke, a son, on August 7; Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lexvold, a son, on August 6; Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Vieths, a son, on August 5. *** Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haas and son Darrell and Mrs. Nick Befort and Donald, all of Bellechester, attended bingo in Red Wing Tuesday evening. *** Callers Saturday evening on the Frank

50 Years Ago August 15, 1963


BORN TO: Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Snaza, a daughter, on Monday. Mr. Snaza is the local ag teacher. *** Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dankers were Sunday evening visitors at the Henry Ahrens home

ZUMBROTA
past weekend. *** Emily Simonson, four-year-old daughter of Rob Rick Lohmann, Public Works and Kim Simonson of Zumbrota, Director for the City of Zumbrota, is this weeks Read-to-Me Parwas recently presented with the ticipant. 30 Years Ago Loyal Service Award for 2003 by the Minnesota Waste Water OpAugust 17, 1983 erators at the annual conference. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kiefer and *** Paul and Monica Tschann and family of Longview, Texas spent family are back in Zumbrota until the past week visiting with his August 18 and will be returning parents, Mr. and Mrs. Troye Kiefer. for another year to Honduras, *** Judy and Mike Hyatt and chilworking in affiliation with the dren of Colorado Springs, ColoCatholic Medical Mission Board. rado, recently spent two weeks *** Four from the local Dairy visiting with her parents, the Robert Queen were guests of the Twins Timberosses. *** Recent visitors at DQ Day at the Dome. They at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry were Karen Gadient, Tessa Thorpe, Kunde were Mr. and Mrs. WillAmber Drexler, and Joe Stanton. iam Reese, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rosework of Morton Grove, Illi20 Years ago nois, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ervin August 11, 1993 Stacie Belanger, a senior at of Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Luther College, will travel with Harper and Bertha Kundert of Pine the womens basketball team on a Island, Mrs. Robert Heinz of Balnine-day trip through Norway. sam Lake, Wisconsin, Mrs. WillStacie is the daughter of Ken and iam Howard of St. Paul, and Tina Karen Belanger of Zumbrota. *** Smith. 40 Years Ago James and Arline Thomford recently observed their 40th wedAugust 16, 1973 ding anniversary. Family memThe third annual cousin reunion bers helped them celebrate this

10 Years Ago August 13, 2003

of Mrs. Alvin Schlasners mothers side (John Thomford) was held Sunday, August 12, at the VFW Club in Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Schlasner were among the one hundred people in attendance. *** Mr. and Mrs. Forest Scharpen and Donna, and Mrs. Gertrude Muhlman of Hager City, Wisconsin, spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meyer. *** Mr. and Mrs. Marvine Kline of International Falls visited from Friday evening until Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Claude Kline.

50 Years Ago August 15, 1963


Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lother became parents of a daughter born Sunday, August 11 at St. Johns Hospital in Red Wing. *** Mr. and Mrs. Albert Prigge were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Henkel in White Bear. *** Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mark and Mary, and Mrs. Herb Sorby and family attended the open house celebration on Sunday honoring Mr. and Mrs. William Evarts on their golden wedding anniversary.

WANAMINGO, 1973 The five Wanamingo Boy Scouts who attended provisional camp last week at the HokSi-La camp near Lake City are, from left to right, Paul Edwards, Bob Priem, Miles Haugen, Glen Steberg, and Gene Nelson.

PINE ISLAND
Robert Austin of Tenasly, New Sue Schliep and her grandchil- Jersey, arrived Tuesday to spend dren showed residents of Pine a week at the home of his uncle Haven Care Center a baby goat and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Baltz Ruegg. *** Mr. and Mrs. Arnold recently. Klingsporn and Mr. and Mrs. 40 Years Ago George King have returned from August 16, 1973 Mrs. Ray Stoddard enjoyed a weekend of festivities in honor of her 92nd birthday. *** BORN TO: Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Woodward, a son, on August 7. *** Miss Marie Blee of Longmont, Colorado, was a recent overnight guest of Todd and Paige Shelton. *** Mrs. Margaret Armstrong and David have moved to the Murray Apartments on Main Street.

10 Years Ago August 13, 2003

August 13, 1953

a weeks vacation in northern Minnesota. *** Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lewis, son Henry and granddaughters Bonnie and Bette Rice visited Mr. and Mrs. Bunny Johnson at Zumbro Falls on Sunday.

50 Years Ago August 15, 1963


Ray Murray of St. Paul spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Murray. *** Roy Maxon of Minneapolis spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Maxon. *** Kari Feigal is spending a week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Feigal, in St. Paul. *** Miss Ruby Waale of Thief River Falls was a Saturday night and Sunday guest at the home of Superintendent and Mrs. PINE ISLAND, 1963 Lester Hofstad has taken over management of ZUMBROTA, 1963 Girl Scouts who received Curved Bars for achievements on Monday night are, from left W.C. Hanson. the Baumgartner Concrete Products Company and would be happy to to right, front row: Judy Lohman, Louise Hoven, Mrs. Paul Wellvang (their leader), Marilyn Kolstad, Jane

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Stop paying rent or buy for investment! This affordable 2/3 bedroom home is close to the pool and park and within walking 171 WEST 3RD STREET, ZUMBROTA distance to downtown. Great value for the Charming 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath home close money as it just needs a little updating. Take to shopping. This home features a newer a look and make an offer! Kitchen features central ac, windows and roof. The 2 car an L counter between the kitchen and garage has a loft area for extra storage. Also, dining area. New shingles recently installed. it has a main floor laundry for y our This property is sold as-is. MLS#4034612 $86,900 $79,900 convenience. $69,000

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Open and spacious 4 bedroom, 3 bath 580 WEST 4TH STREET, ZUMBROTA walkout ranch, 4 car garage with golf course Wonderful older home with tons of charm. location. Features granite counters, ceramic 4 bedrooms and 2 bath home is ready to tile, master suite, large lower level family go. Dont miss this one. $159,900 room with fireplace, deck and heated 4 car $149,900 garage. MLS#4039355 $319,900 $299,900

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201 2ND STREET W, WANAMINGO

A newer well-planned rambler with plenty of room and very well cared for. Features include a large machine shed and a shelter and pasture for horses or other livestock. 10 ACRES mol. All blacktop road with easy access to Hwy. 52 or Hwy. 58. MLS#4043635 $350,000

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ZUMBRO SHOPPER, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2013 PAGE 11 laundry facility, secured entrance. Lo- living room and bath. All appliances incated next to river walking path. Call cluded and hot water heater. Private Sharon at 651-565-2638, ext. 216. On- entry and garage. Owner does yard work, Zumbrota Mini Storage: Reasonable rates, FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apartments for line at www.semmchra.org. Equal Housing snow removal and garbage. Reply to discounts available, different sizes, 507- elderly or disabled and 3 bedroom apart- Opportunity. 32-3a Box B, c/o Grimsrud Publishing, Inc. 696-4406. 46-tfc ments for families in Mazeppa at Rivers PO Box 97, Zumbrota, MN 55992. No Edge Apartments. Rent based on 30% of FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apartments at smoking or pets. 32-3p income. Heat, water, sewer and trash Heritage Hill in Wanamingo for those FOR RENT: Mazeppa, 2 bedroom, 1 collection included. Off-street parking, 55+. Sign a year lease and save $100 per month. Paid heat/water/sewer/trash, bath, ample storage, free on site launsecured entrance, patios, in-unit laun- dry, 8x10 outside storage shed, Cullidry, garages, community room, SEM- gan salt delivered, lawn care/snow reCAC dining site, step-in showers, air moval, no smoking, pets considered with conditioning units and handicap-acces- no refundable deposit, very clean and sible. Call Sharon at 651-565-2638, ext. updated, available September 1. $595 216. Online at www.semmchra.org. Equal plus electric and water. Call Lisa at 507Housing Opportunity. 32-3a 272-6220 for an appointment. 121 Cherry Street. 31-3cc FOR RENT: Zumbrota office/retail space. FOR RENT: Zumbrota, 1 bedroom apartOff-street parking. Build out to the size you need, 600 square feet up to 2,000 ment. No pets, no smoking, $375 per square feet. 507-533-9310 32-24cc month plus utilities. Deposit required. One year lease, 651-764-1629. 28-tfc FOR RENT: Apartment available August 15. One block from Main Street in Zum- FOR RENT: Zumbrota Main Street retail brota. $375 per month, $200 damage and office spaces. Spaces range from deposit returned if in good shape when 650 square feet to 1,500 square feet. leaving. Two references required. Two Call 651-764-1629 for more informa42-tfc bedrooms, one large, one smaller, kitchen, tion.

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537 3rd Ave. NE, Mazeppa $129,900 - 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fully finished home in Mazeppa. This home features main floor laundry, ceramic tile, skylights, wood fireplace with stone mantle, and master bedroom suite with walk-in closet. Located on a 156x83 lot accented with deck, flat backyard and 2 stall garage. 508 2nd St., Bellechester $121,800 - Well maintained 2 story home! This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home features main floor laundry, eat-in kitchen, formal dining area, 3 bedroom on one level, open family room with gas fireplace with brick accent you must see, custom built in cabinets in kitchen and more. Great double lot 132x100 with a deck and landscaped to perfection. This home is located close to Red Wing/Cannon Falls/Zumbrota and Hwy. 52 to Twin Cities and Rochester. Call for more details. 839 Dubuque Blvd., Zumbrota $184,900 - New construction 2013. 2 bedroom, 1 bath ranch style home on walkout lot. This home features brick accent, 3 stall garage, vaulted ceiling, walk-in ceiling, walk-in closet in both bedrooms. This home has unfinished basement with possible 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Great lot in small town. 886 West Ave., Zumbrota $109,900 - This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home features master bedroom on main level, formal dining, hardwood floors, maintenance free siding, deck, fenced in partial yard, great storage space in detached garage. This 120x152 lot is accented with fully mature trees and walking bridge to school. Great location to downtown and schools. 732 19th St. East, Zumbrota $149,900 - New construction under $150,000! This 2 bedroom one bath home features an open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, 2 stall garage all under warranty to keep your mind at ease. Call for final completion date.

2116 Mingo View Drive, Wanamingo $59,900 - Rare opportunity! Only lot left in the Mingo View subdivision. City water available. Buyer will need private septic system.

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787 West Ave., Zumbrota $159,900 - Comfortable ranch style home! This 4 bed, 2 bath, features newer shingles, vinyl siding, ceramic tile, 4-season porch, kitchen pantry, 2 wood fireplaces with brick and ceramic tile accents, RV parking, open floor plan, & MUCH MORE!! This well maintained home is located on an oversized lot a short distance from the school. Brick patio and beautiful landscaping. Large master bedroom suite you must see. Call for details. 365 Warren Ave, Zumbrota $169,900 - Classic style home! 2 story, 4 bedroom, 3 bath home features original solid oak panel pocket doors, ceramic tile, formal dining room, workshop, and remodeled eat-in kitchen with custom oak cabinets finished in a cherry stain. Updated electrical panel 2010. This home is perfect for someone who loves the classic finish of an older style home. 520 Front Street, Kenyon $89,900 - Dont let this one pass you by! Completely updated, neutral colors, stunning kitchen, gorgeous woodwork, fabulous hardwood floors, newer shingles, new windows throughout, large deck for entertaining and private backyard complete with firepit. This home has much to offer. 230 W. 5th St., Zumbrota $114,900 - Get out of that rental and find your pride of ownership great value! This 2 bedroom, 2 bath home features formal dining room, fireplace, new windows, forced air furnace with central air, large addition family room. Large oversized 2 stall garage on a great lot. Call for private showing.

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263 Golden Bear Lane, Zumbrota $175,900 - 3 bedroom, one bath new construction! This home features an eat-in kitchen, vaulted ceilings, brick stone accent, master bedroom with walkin closet, Hollywood bath and more. Located on a great lot with New Construction view of golf course. 861 Golfview Ave., Zumbrota $259,900 - Stunning new construction with great view! Just completed July 2013! This 4 bedroom, 3 bath home features master bedroom suite with walk-in closet and ceramic tile shower. Front street view office, fully finished lower level with views of downtown Zumbrota and New Construction! backs up #7 green on golf course. 3 stall garage with large 67 ft. backyard. 109 Warren Ave., Zumbrota $84,900 - Well kept home on .32 acre lot. Home features entry foyer with large closet, newer picture windows and carpet, hardwood floors under carpet, backyard shed and dog kennel and plenty of room to expand. Call for showing.

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WINONA AREA PANORAMIC FARM WITH YOUR CHOICE OF 40 OR 86 ACRES overlooking the scenic breathtaking Mississippi River Valley with nostalgic farmstead having 4 bedroom, 2 bath brick home. With a nice mixture of cropland, woods and pasture seemingly evident are opportunities galore. WINONA AREA 116 ACRES ALONG GOOVIEW RIDGE DRIVE offering breathtaking buildable site as well as productive cropland, pasture and woods in big buck country! LAKE CITY AREA 100 ACRES PROPERLY IDENTIFIED AS BEAUTY IN THE VALLEY having woods adorned with wildlife, cropland to help support your recreational passion, and a prime potential future homesite overlooking the property's meandering trout stream! HAYFIELD AREA 100 ACRES BARELAND along Hwy. 30 having quality cropland with the predominate soil tyes, Marquis & Floyd, carrying 99% and 92% CPI Indexes. MAZEPPA AREA 90 ACRES BARELAND 1/4 mile off County Road #1, a nice mixture of quality cropland, woods and yes it qualifies for a building entitlement! (possible split available) WINONA AREA 46 ACRE BUILDABLE OVERLOOK best described as spectacular. The property located on a public road, accurately named Goodview Ridge Road, has a mixture of cropland and pasture; and woods adorned with whitetail guaranteed to intrigue those of you in search of a trophy!

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110 SOUTH 5TH STREET GOODHUE 110 SOUTH 5TH STREET


ELECT TO PURCHASE THIS EYE CATCHING one owner rambler on .64 acre nicely landscaped lot with beautiful mature trees. This quality home has 2 finished levels which include 3 bedrooms, den, 2 baths and lower level walkout apartment waiting to supplement your income if and when it's needed! PRICE REDUCED $160,000 $180,000

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20 Spring Street, Kenyon $154,900 - Victorian charm! Newly remodel & upgraded/updated custom kitchen. A must see! This 3 bedroom 2 bath home features new shingles in 2012, main floor laundry, original (refinished) hardwood floors, updated plumbing, updated lighting, new water heater 2010, new windows and more. Classic stained glass window with built-in hutch in formal dining. This home has that old Victorian charm with economic features. MUST SEE top of the line remodeled kitchen with custom hickory cabinets, underlighting, custom pot drawers and more. 114 Highland Circle, Zumbrota $164,900 - Fairway Villa located overlooking hole 3 on golf course. This one level townhome featues 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 9 foot ceilings, stunning millwork throughout, oversized windows, sunroom, eat-in kitchen, master bedroom with walk-in closet and private bath.

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308 WEST 3RD AVE. GOODHUE 308 WEST 3RD AVE.


HOME AT LAST will be your response as the warm welcome feeling of this 4 bedroom, 3 bath home is real in a way that words can't explain. Pride of ownership and charm run freely throughout the home's three finished levels. The main level layout includes master bedroom, 2 baths and laundry making this tastefully updated home, one block from school, right for all ages!

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519 19th St., Zumbrota $119,900 - Affordable fully finished townhome. This three bedroom two bath home features vaulted ceilings, eat-in kitchen, master bedroom with walk-in closet, walkout basement, 2 stall attached garage, and located on a dead-end cul-de-sac in a small town. This townhome is an end unit. Call for more details. 760 19th St. East, Zumbrota $169,900 - Fully finished split! This 3 bedroom, 2 bath, split level home features an eat-in kitchen, vaulted ceiling, ceramic tile, large open family room, large master bedroom 15x11 with walk-in closet and den/office area that can be used for 4th possible bedroom. This well maintained home also features deck and large stamped patio great for entertainment. Call for details. 400 2nd Ave., Wanamingo $114,900 - Three bedroom 2 bath home on a corner lot. Updated electrical and new shingles. Ceramic tile, vaulted ceiling, remodeled bathroom. Maintenance free decking, newer furnace and 4 season porch. Hardwood floors and open staircase. Three bedrooms and one full bath on one level. New roof in 2011. New updates call for details. 308 N. 2nd St., Bellechester $139,000 - Small town great opportunity. 4 bedroom, 2 bath ranch style home features vaulted ceiling, fully finished basement, new carpet, newly remodeled, eatin kitchen and fully fenced in backyard. Nicely updated with 2416 finished square feet. 321 2nd Ave. East, Zumbrota $169,900 - Remodeled to perfection! This home may look older from the outside, but once you step inside youll find a newly updated home from top to bottom. 1-3/4 story home features eat-in kitchen, formal dining and separate dining area in kitchen. New windows, new furnace, new air conditioner, new water heater and water softener. Located on a corner lot with landscaping and a 3-season porch.

529 19th St. E, Zumbrota $114,900 - Affordable Townhome! This 2 bedroom, 1 bath home features open floor plan, vaulted ceiling, central air, walkout to patio, eat-in kitchen, & 2 stall garage. Located on an end of a cul-de-sac. Built in 2004.

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9th St., Kenyon $59,900 - Great one acre lot to build. Building site features 3 parcels, 149x218, flat lot! Water and sewer in street. Great flat lot with open yard. Call for more details on the great opportunity. 795 W. 5th St., Zumbrota $32,900 - Great building opportunity in Zumbrota. Corner lot close to school and easy access to Hwy. 52. Call for more details on this building site. 350 Sugar Loaf Pkwy., Zumbrota $89,900 - 1.08 wooded lot ready to go! This lot is located across from the Zumbrota Golf Course. Great, flat lot for your family. This lot has been surveyed just over an acre of land with wooded surroundings. Call for a private showing! 1921 Valley Heights Lane, Mazeppa $49,900 - Beautiful 4.09 acre buildable site. This great value includes a black top road, mature trees and a perfect place to build your dream home or that dream shop you have always wanted. Call for more details on this building site.

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Trout stream setback permit and silica sand reclamation rulemaking projects move forward
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is moving forward with two projects directed by recent silica sand legislation: the silica sand trout stream setback permit and rulemaking on the reclamation of silica sand mines and facilities. Several laws were passed in the 2013 legislative session to address potential environmental and health concerns related to silica sand mining and processing. The DNR was directed to create a new permit for silica sand facilities within an ecological region called the Paleozoic Plateau, which encompasses the southeastern portion of the state where silica sand bedrock is exposed at or near the surface. The area also hosts pristine watersheds that provide critical cold water habitat for trout. Proposed silica sand facilities within 1 mile from designated trout streams must now apply for a DNR trout stream setback permit. The permit application will require a hydrogeological evaluation to adequately assess potential impacts from a proposed mining operation to trout streams and other hydrogeological features, including private and public drinking water supplies. The department will use this permit process to ensure that trout streams in southeastern Minnesota are protected, said Steve Hirsch, director of the DNRs Ecological and Water Resources Division. If springs or other sensitive resources are found during the evaluation, adequate buffers and setbacks will be required. Written comments and requests for information about the setback permit can be directed to Tom Hovey, DNR water regulations unit supervisor, 500 Lafayette Road, St. Paul, MN 55155-4032, 651259-5654 or tom.hovey@state.mn.us.
Mining reclamation

The rulemaking process for silica sand mining reclamation was initiated July 22 with the publication of request for comments in the State Register. The considered rules are intended to control possible adverse environmental effects of silica sand mining, protect natural resources and encourage planning of future land use. The rules may also address other reclamation issues that come up during the rulemaking process. Silica sand is an important issue to Minnesotans, said Jess

Richards, director of DNRs Lands and Minerals Division, one that has grass roots beginnings, so public and stakeholder involvement is a vital component of the rulemaking process. Interested people or groups may submit written requests to receive a draft of the rules when the document has been prepared or may submit written comments and questions about the silica sand rulemaking process to Heather Arends, silica sand rulemaking coordinator, DNR, 500 Lafayette Road, St. Paul, MN 55155-4045, 651-259-5376 or heather.arends@state.mn.us. To stay informed on the rulemaking progress for reclamation of silica sand mines (Revisors ID Number R-04198), go to http:/ /mndnr.gov/silicasand. Several Minnesota state agencies, including the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and the Environmental Quality Board, are involved in implementing the 2013 legislation regarding silica sand mining, processing and transportation. An interagency website is in development and will be used to help track progress across all agencies. Additional information will be released as it becomes available.

DNR announces duck and goose seasons


Minnesotas waterfowl season will open a half-hour before sunrise on September 21 and continue for 60 days under a north, central and southern zone structure with different season dates for each zone, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). This is the same structure the DNR used for the first time last year. The opener is one day earlier than last year and the earliest since 1945. Hunters had a good waterfowl season last year, said Paul Telander, DNR wildlife section chief. We heard positive reports so we maintained the same season structure. The daily bag limit remains at six ducks per day. The mallard bag limit remains at four per day, including two hen mallards. The wood duck bag limit will remain at three per day. The only bag limit changes from last year are the daily limit for scaup which drops from four to three per day and the canvasback limit increases from one to two per day. Telander said the other notable change is possession limits have increased from two times the daily bag limit to three times the daily bag limit for all migratory birds. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service offered the increase to all states. Telander also noted this years opening date is based on a federal framework that enables Mississippi Flyway states to open their season on the Saturday nearest Sept. 24 each year. Next years season could open no earlier than Sept. 27. Mallard abundance from a continental spring survey, including Minnesota, is used to determine overall duck season length. This years estimate was 10.4 million mallards, which was similar to last years estimate of 10.6 million mallards and 36 percent above the long-term average. Steve Cordts, DNR waterfowl specialist, said breeding duck numbers were good for mallards and all other duck species this year and wetland conditions in the major waterfowl breeding areas were also favorable. In Minnesota, the population index of resident breeding mallards was also good, with an estimated 293,000 mallards in our survey area, Cordts said. Thats 30 percent above the long-term average. Duck harvest in Minnesota last fall was up 19 percent from 2011, from 621,000 ducks in 2011 to 749,000 ducks in 2012. Most of the increase was due to increased harvest of blue-winged teal and wood ducks. Weve made some changes with duck hunting regulations the past few years to increase harvest opportunity, particularly early in the season, Cordts said. These changes seem to have worked as we have seen increased harvest of early migrating species like teal and wood ducks.
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to open water hunting as long as boats remain at anchor. On the Mississippi River south of Hastings, with the exception of Lake Pepin, hunters must remain within 100 feet of shoreline, including islands. This matches the Wisconsin regulations on this portion of the river. Hunters should consult the 2013 Waterfowl Regulations for additional information. Maj. Phil Meier, DNR enforcement operations manager, said these new open water hunting opportunities will require extra safety precautions. Hunters should wear their life jackets not just have them aboard, Meier advised, noting this type of hunting involves small shallow boats and some of Minnesotas largest and most windswept lakes. Theyll also have to be on the lookout for recreational boaters, large waves from barges and other commercial traffic and unfavorable changes in the weather. Its a different type of hunting; it takes a different safety mindset.
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The early September Canada goose season will open statewide on Sunday, Sept. 1 and run through Friday, Sept. 20. Bag limits for Canada geese are 10 per day in the Intensive Harvest Zone and five per day in the remainder of the state. A $4 permit is required to hunt Canada geese during September season. The restriction prohibiting hunting within 100 yards of surface water remains in effect in the Northwest Goose Zone, Carlos Avery Wildlife Management Area, Ocheda Lake Game Refuge, and an area surrounding Swan Lake in Nicollet County. Early season goose hunters should consult the 2013 Waterfowl Supplement for zone maps and additional details.
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In the North Duck Zone (north of Highway 210), duck season will run from Saturday, Sept. 21 through Tuesday, Nov. 19. In the Central Duck Zone, duck season will run from Saturday, Sept. 21 through Sunday, Sept. 29 and Saturday, Oct. 5 through Sunday, Nov. 24. In the South Duck Zone (south of Highway 212), duck season will run from Saturday, Sept. 21 through Sunday, Sept. 29 and Saturday, Oct. 12 through Sunday, Dec. 1.
YOUTH WATERFOWL DAY

Youth Waterfowl Hunting Day will be Saturday, Sept. 7. Hunters age 15 and under may take regular season bag limits when accompanied by a nonhunting adult (age 18 and older, no license required). Canada geese, mergansers, coots and moorhens may be taken from a half-hour before sunrise to 4 p.m. Motorized decoy restrictions are in effect. Five geese may be taken statewide.
OPEN WATER HUNTING

Minnesotas regular goose season will open in conjunction with the duck season statewide on Saturday, Sept. 21, with a bag limit of three Canada geese per day the entire season. Goose season will be closed in the central and south duck zones when duck season is closed. In the North Duck zone, goose season will run from Saturday, Sept. 21 through Monday, Dec.16. In the Central Duck zone, goose season will run from Saturday, Sept. 21 through Sunday, Sept. 29 and Saturday, Oct. 5, through Saturday, Dec. 21. In the South Duck zone, goose season will run from Saturday, Sept. 21 through Sunday, Sept. 29, and Saturday, Oct. 12 through Friday, Dec. 28.
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A small number of lakes will be open to open water hunting this fall. These new opportunities are an outcome of a DNR-led waterfowl hunter focus group and citizen input process. Lake Superior, Lake of the Woods, Mille Lacs Lake, and Lake Pepin will be open

The season for sandhill cranes will run from Saturday, Sept. 14 through Sunday, Oct. 20 in the Northwest Goose and Sandhill Crane Zone only. The daily bag limit will be two sandhill cranes per day. A sandhill crane permit is required in addition to a small game hunting license. Cost is $3. Additional details on the duck, goose, sandhill crane, and other migratory bird hunting seasons will be available in the 2013 Minnesota Waterfowl Hunting Regulations, available in mid-August on online at www.dnr.state.mn.us.