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Volume 29, Number 18


Friday, May 1, 2015

Remember to Recycle - New Date:


May 13, 2015

Use our convenient drop box


at Coborns Grocery.

IT USUALLY RAINS WHENEVER the City of Clearwater holds its annual spring clean-up day. But last Saturday was just overcast after a steady
rain on Friday. Things got busy early, and cars and pickups lined up along Co. Rd. 75 before 8 a.m. waiting their turn to unload trash, tires, electronics
and appliances. Above, left, some exercise equipment finally got used for exercise - for the last time. Above, right, Councilman Kris Crandall directs
traffic as vehicles lined up near the citys maintenance facility. (Photos by Ken Francis.)

Council approves Lions Park upgrade

By Ken Francis
Staff Writer
The Clearwater City
last
week
Council
approved an expenditure of
just over $200,000 for a
facelift at Lions Park.
Shannon Essler-Petty of
Clearwater
Park
the
Commission discussed the
upgrades and timeline of
the project with members
of the council.
One of the issues in the
past regarding park and
trail improvements has
been whether or not the
council would approve a
project without using grant
money to supplement the
cost.
Petty said that is also the
case with Lions Park.
In the fall we came to
the council and asked for
approval of the design and
got approval, she said,
and a recommendation
that we would move forward with Lions Park if
we pursued grants. Weve
done that.
Petty said the two grants,
which could bring the city
up to $50,000 each, are
scheduled to be awarded in
late May or early June.
The design is ready to
go. What were looking for
right now is whether or not
we have approval to move
forward with Lions Park
for sure this summer, she
said. Last fall it was said
we would wait to see what
we hear from the grants
and then we bring it back
to the council.
The problem, said Petty,
is that the designer of the
park
improvements,

Flagship,
needed
an
answer immediately or
they would have difficulty
getting the equipment on
time. But the grants wont
be awarded for another
month.
We cant move forward
with ordering the materials, which we would have
to do tomorrow if we wanted to get it done in June,
she said.
That includes hiring the
people who need to be at
the scene during construction.
Petty said one idea for
doing the construction was
having a community build,
where members of different organizations and
neighborhoods could do
some of the work to save
labor costs.
Administrator
Kevin
Kress said he wasnt convinced a community build
was the best option.
Id be more in favor of
doing the project with the
construction taking place
with Flagship basically
doing it, rather than putting
some of the residents
onboard and trying to get
that whole thing put
together, he said. I think
it will take longer to do
that. It might be more beneficial to have it put together professionally.
I think the construction
of this stuff should be done
by
professionals, said
Councilman Rollie Lange.
We want to make sure its
done right for safety issues
and liability. We dont
want people to get hurt.
Petty said originally, the

park commission wanted


to get the community
involved to prevent vandalism. But members of
the commission debated
whether they could organize 20 to 25 people for up
to four days in late June
Last meeting we went
back and forth on it, she

last summer, said Petty


We had three different
companies that gave us
their designs and bids.
The most recent proposed dollar amount to buy
the
equipment
was
$155,986 said Kress. The
quote with Flagship doing
the labor is $207,000.

If the city was awarded


any of the grants, it would
pay a portion of that cost.
But the council had to
decide whether to give the
okay to purchase the equipment without knowing if
the city would get any
grant money.
Can we start this project

or do we have to wait for


the award and then start
it? asked
Edmonson,
otherwise were not eligible for it?
As far as I understand
from the two grants, I dont
think we can break ground
before, said Petty.
Park Continued On Page 2

FLAGSHIPS COMPUTER-GENERATED image of what the upgrade at Lions Park will look
like. The expected construction date is tentatively set for the third weekend in June.
said.
Mayor Pete Edmonson
asked whether the city had
to bid out the purchase of
the equipment.
Kress
said
since
Flagship is a state contract,
the city could purchase the
park equipment without
putting out an official bid.
We had a couple of
companies that came in

WORKERS REPLACED THE citys watermain on Spring Street


between Ash Street and Maple Street Wednesday afternoon as part of the
North Area Street and Utility Reconstruction Project. (Photo by Ken
Francis.)

The boys of summer

Its baseball season once


again, and most fans are
focusing on their favorite
Major League team.
I do the same thing each
year. I usually do my best
to follow the New York
Mets, who just happen to
be having a very good start.
Come September, Im hoping theyre still on top of
their division.
But theres more to baseball than just the professionals. In fact, Ill bet millions of kids and teens
around the world are
involved in the game at one
level or another.
Last week I happened to
be passing by a baseball
field in Monticello and saw
a team practicing. The kids
looked to be about nine or
10 years old, and that
reminded me of my earliest
days in organized baseball.
I
say
organized
because I actually started
playing ball at about seven
years old with the kids on
my block in Jersey City. It
was more like streetball
than baseball. We had to
use a rubberized ball so we
didnt break any windows.
We still broke a
few.
But my first experience
with a real baseball league
started at age nine in Little
League. My father signed
me up to play that year
with dozens of other kids
my age.
I remember
practice
started when the temperature was still too cold to
play outside. So all the kids
gathered in the gym at

Ken
Francis
Public School No. 5 to
work out.
Baseball practice to me
back then was a foreign
concept. Until that first
practice, I didnt know
coaches wanted their players to do exercises and
stretching. I couldnt
understand why we were
wasting time running laps
and doing jumping jacks
when I had a perfectly
good glove to play catch
with.
Eventually the coaches
paired up the kids to play
catch, and I could tell pretty quickly that lots of kids
were either new at the
game, or not too coordinated. Some couldnt catch.
Others couldnt throw or
catch.
I learned later than some
kids didnt event want to be
there. Their parents made
them join. I couldnt understand how anyone wouldnt want to play baseball.
But that didnt stop me
from having fun. And once
we got out on the field, I
was ready to play the
game. I didnt realize at
the time that we were all
trying out for teams. All the
coaches who were working
with us were also looking
to build their rosters. So
everyone had a chance to
pitch, play infield, outfield
and take some swings at
the plate, so the coaches

could see which kids could


play each position.
A few weeks into the
practice season, I was
picked to play for a team
called Niebanks. It was the
company that sponsored
the team, but I never knew
what type of business it
was. We all got purple caps
and a white tee-shirt with
the name printed across the
front and a number on the
back.
My first baseball uniform!
I cant remember many
of my teammates, except
Mike OConnor, who went
to school with my older
sister. I do remember we
Baseball Continued On Page 2

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clean-up
at Lake Maria

Want to help make Lake


Maria State Park a showcase for visitors?
Then join us this
Saturday (May 2) from 10
a.m. until 2 p.m. for the
annual Green Touch
Volunteer Day.
We'll be getting the park
ready for summer, and volunteers will be doing
clean-up, raking, planting
trees and more. Come
dressed to work outdoors.
Lunch and snacks will
be provided.
* Please register in
advance by calling Lake
Maria at 763-878-2325.

CWTribune May 1, 2015...Page 2

Park

Baseball

Continued From Page 1___________________________________

She said the park commission


recommended
doing the project the third
weekend in June. By then,
the city would know if
there was any grant money
coming.
We
talked
with
Flagship. They thought by
then if we got the parts
ordered we could get
everything set up and be
ready to break ground, take
out the existing equipment
and put the new stuff in,
she said.
She asked the council
whether they could move
forward with the project,
which meant ordering the
equipment immediately.
Edmonson said the
council had to decide
whether the project was
contingent on receiving

grant money.
There are two different
roads we can take. Either
we say the project is going
forward and if we get
grants, thats great, he
said. Or some cities are in
a position where they
wont do the project unless
theres help with grants.
Weve got to make that distinction on one of those.
I thought we already
made that distinction, said
Councilman Chris Ritzer.
My interpretation was
that it was not dependent
on grants when we made
our original decision in
November.
Kris
Councilmen
Crandall and Mike Ranum
agreed.
We talked about it at
last meeting, too, said

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Ranum.
I thought what we had
agreed on was they
(grants) were nice but not
necessary, said Crandall.
Kress said he felt comfortable with purchasing
the
equipment
from
Flagship, but not authorizing who would do the
labor.
I need to look into the
building of the project
itself - whether or not it
would be beneficial to bid
that portion out or just to
go with Flagship, he said.
The other issue with that
is if we can do labor - laying concrete and digging.
He said the citys maintenance crew could do
some of the work and save
the city money.
It depends on what the
city wants staff to do as
part of the project, he
said. If we dont do any of
it, it would be right around
$207,000.
Members of the council
voted unanimously to
move forward with the
purchase of the park equipment and authorized
spending of up to
$207,000.

CMHFH to build home


in honor of Pope Francis
coming in the May 15 issue!

Submitted Article
Thanks to a generous gift
from an anonymous donor,
Central Minnesota Habitat
for Humanitys 2015
Apostles Build project will
be built in honor of Pope
Francis for his commitment to social justice and
reinvigorating the Catholic
Church. The home, one of
four that CMHFH will be
building this year in St.
Cloud, will be built and
sold to a local, low-income
family in partnership with
local churches and other

members of the community.


Habitat for Humanity is
an ecumenical Christian
ministry founded on living
out the principles and
teaching of Jesus Christ,
noted Bruce Johnson,
Executive Director of
CMHFH. This build is a
great opportunity for people from the faith community to work together to
bless a local family.
Initiated in 2012, the
Apostles Build program is
designed to encourage

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members of different
churches to combine their
collective efforts to build a
Habitat home for a local
low-income family. This
year, the gift from the
anonymous donor will be
used specifically to challenge the Catholic community to collectively contribute their time, talent
and treasures to the project
to achieve a true partnership for the Pope Francis
Home Building Project.
In early March, members
of the CMHFH staff met
with Bishop Kettler to discuss the project. Bishop
Kettler was very excited
about the opportunity and
gave his whole-hearted
support. CMHFH hopes to
host the Bishop during one
of the upcoming milestone
events on the site of the
project.
The house is located at
157 24th Avenue South in
Saint Cloud.
It was
acquired earlier this year
out of foreclosure and will
be torn down before building a new home on the
existing foundation.
This will be the 27th
property
we
have
revamped either by renovation or tear down and
rebuild. In our 26 year history, about 1/3 of the
homes weve sold to lowincome families have been
renovations or rebuilds,
said Johnson. We are
always glad to have the
opportunity to revitalize a
blighted property in a
neighborhood while transforming the life of a family through affordable
home ownership.
There will be a number
of milestone events surrounding the project. The
wall-raising is planned for
mid-June and a dedication
ceremony will be held
when the home is completed this fall.
There will be a number
of opportunities for members of the community to
volunteer and financially
support the project.
For more information
about this project and
upcoming events, visit
cmhfh.org.

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won a few games that season and that I played outfield most of the time
because I was pretty fast.
The next year we moved
up to the older division
called the Majors where
I played for a team called
S.B. Pennick, a pharmaceutical
manufacturing
company. We got real uniforms that season - gray
with black and red striping.
We had a pretty good team,
but not as good as some of
the others. We played
against some older kids 12 year olds. And that
made a big difference.
I think we won just four
games that first season, but
of the six teams in the division, we were younger than
most of the other players. I
can still remember the

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other five teams: Patty &


Pecks, Als Diner, Beehive,
Dixon and Pepsi.
The next year we grew
up. Playing with many of
the same kids, we lost just
one game and won the
Downtown Little League
Championship. I was the
catcher that year, and I
probably learned more
about baseball playing
behind the plate that one
season than I had learned
in all my years before.
I went on to play in
recreation leagues as I got
older, and played in the
Eastern States Semi-Pro
League until I called it
quits in my early thirties.
I played hundreds of
games during my lifetime,
but Ill never forget where
it all started.

Letter to the Editor

TO THE EDITOR:
I am a high school junior
from Albertville and Im
taking a Sociology class
this semester at Hennepin
Technical College in
Brooklyn Park. As part
of my class, I had to do a
Civic Engagement Project
of my choice.
Knowing that spring
time was approaching, I
figured there would be a
lot of work to be done
cleaning up roadsides and
parks after the long winter.
I contacted Clearwater
Masonic Lodge to see if
they would be interested in
supplying members to help
clean up the parks, ball
fields and roadways in the
Clearwater area.
The people that I spoke
to at the Lodge were anxious and happy to help me
with my project.
On Saturday, April 25,
the members of Clearwater
Masonic Lodge helped me
clean up the waterways,
parks and ball fields in
Clearwater. John Schmidt,
the Public Works Supv.
was supportive of my
effort, and helped equip
me with what I needed to
get the job done.

Planning and executing


this project took the help of
Clearwater Masonic Lodge
and John at the Public

Works Department.
My thanks to all of them.
James Holm
Albertville, MN

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The Clearwater Area
Library located at 740
Clearwater Center.
To mark Childrens
Book Week, a special preschool storytime Tues,
May 12, 11 to 11:30 a.m.
Childrens Book Week is
an annual celebration of
books for young people
and the joy of reading.
The Clearwater Area
Friends of the Library
will meet Wed, May 13 at
6:30 p.m. This is an opportunity to volunteer and
meet with an interesting
group of readers that love
their library.
The Clearwater Public
Library Memory Writers
group for adults will meet
Thurs, May 14, 10 to 11:30
a.m. Local author Linda
Marie will facilitate the
group to inspire the recording of life stories. Writing
experience is not required.
Public
Clearwater

Librarys book club for


adults and teens will meet
Wed, May 20, 6:30 to 8
p.m. Call the library at
320-558-6001 to find out
what the months read is.
Join the group to enjoy
conversations about books.
For information about
library programs, contact
the
Clearwater
Area
Library at 320-558-6001.
Great River Regional
Library (GRRL) provides
library services at 32 public libraries in Benton,
Sherburne,
Morrison,
Stearns, Todd and Wright
Counties. It provides
Central Minnesota residents with nearly 1 million
books, CDs and DVDs,
250 public computers, programming and information
services.
Monday Closed; Tues. 10
a.m. 1 p.m. and 3 6 p.m.;
Wed 3 8 p.m.; Thurs. 10
a.m. 1 p.m.; Friday 3 6

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Date and place is: June 3,
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Stearns county where the service facility is located at 2128
196th St E Clearwater.
(Tribune, April 24, May 1, 8,
2015)

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before May 15, you will
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St. Cloud Times event
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from 7:30 a.m. to 12:45
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seniors and their adult children interested in the products,
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door prizes, shuttle service,
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Annandale Library
For more information,
contact the Annandale
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Annandale Area Public
Library Hours Mon. 2-5,
Tue. 9-1 & 2-5, Wed. 2-8,
Fri. 9-12 & 2-5, Sat. 9-12.
St. Cloud Singles Club
offers social activities each
month and a dance every
third Friday at the Waite
Park Legion from 8 to 12.
Admission is just $5. All
singles are welcome.
For more information
call Harold at 320-3394533 or check out our web
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The Board of Education
Personnel & Negotiations
Committee will be meeting at 8:30 a.m. on the following dates in 2015: May
5, June 2, July 7, August 4,
Sept 1, Oct 6, Nov 3 and
Dec 1.
The Board of Education
Finance & Audit Committee will be meeting at
7:30 a.m. on the following
dates in 2015: May 12,
June 18, July 16, Aug 20,
Sept 17, Oct 15, Nov 12,
Dec 10.
The Board of Education
Development Committee
will be meeting at 7:30
a.m. on the following dates
in 2015: May 12, June 9,
July 14, Aug 11, Sept 8,
Oct 13, Nov 10 and Dec 8.
The Board of Education
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Committee will be meeting at 10:30 a.m. on the following dates in 2015: May
14, June 11, July 9, Aug 13,
Sept 10, Oct 8, Nov 12, and
Dec 10.
The Board of Education
Community
Linkages
Committee will be meeting at 12 Noon on the following dates in 2015:
May 14, June 11, July 9,
Aug 13, Sept 10, Oct 8,

WRIGHT COUNTY SHERIFF


ACTIVITY REPORT FOR
PERIOD ENDING
APRIL 27, 2015
On April 20, Natasha May St
John, 24, of Minneapolis, was
arrested in Clearwater Township
on the charge of auto theft.
On April 20, Walter John Syverts,
55, of Elk River, was arrested in
Sherburne County on a Wright
County apprehension and detention order for 3rd degree criminal
sexual conduct.
On April 20, Brett Dakotah
Schaefer, 20, no permanent
address, was arrested in Stearns
County on a Wright County warrant for fleeing an officer.
On April 20, Samuel James
Taylor, 28, of Monticello, was
arrested in Stearns County on a
Wright County warrant for 5th
degree controlled substance violation.
On April 20, Albert Ralph Lyrek,
63, of Delano, was arrested in
Delano on the charge of domestic
assault.
On April 20, Jason Lee
Andreasen, 20, of Willmar, was
arrested in Kandiyohi County on a
Wright County warrant for theft
and a Sherburne County warrant
for underage liquor consumption.
On April 20, David Orlando
Johnson, 36, of Monticello, was
arrested in Monticello on the
charge of domestic assault by
strangulation.
On April 20, Ly Teang Chhun, 33,
of Willmar, was arrested in

Clearwater Churches
Clearwater United
Methodist Church
P.O. Box 82; 405 Main
Street, Clearwater
Pastor Ken Felska:
320-558-2581
Sunday Traditional Worship 10:30 a.m.
www.forministry.com/usmnumetccumcc

Freedom Bible Church


Old Clearwater Post Office
Bldg. - 605 Lime Street
9:30am & 6pm Sundays Bible
Study;
10:45am
Sundays - Worship Service;
7pm Wed - Bible Study.

Rejoice Lutheran Church ELCA


1155 Co. Rd. 75, P.O. Box
307; Clearwater, MN 55320
Pastors Scott Gjevre, Tim
Lindhorst: 320-558-6851
Summer Sunday Worship:
May 25 thru Aug 31
9:30 a.m. Blended Worship,
10:30 Fellowship
Regular Sunday Worship
(begins Sept. 7)
8:30 a.m. Traditional
Worship, 9:35 a.m.
Fellowship, Sunday School,
Adult Ed., Cappuccino Bible
Study (Jr. & Sr. High)
10:30 a.m. Contemporary
Service

Nov 12, and Dec 10.


The Board of Education
Legislative Committee
will be meeting at 8 a.m.
on the following dates in
2015: May 13, June 10,
July 8, Aug 12, Sept 9, Oct
14, Nov 11, and Dec 9.
The Board of Education
Agenda Planning meetings are scheduled at 8:30
a.m. on the following dates
in 2015 for the purpose of
agenda development for
monthly
Board
of
Education meetings and
work sessions:
May 13, June 3, June 17,
July 1, July 15, Aug 5, Aug
19, Sept 2, Sept 16, Oct 7,
Oct 14, Nov 4, Nov 11,
Dec 2, and Dec 9.
The above meetings will
be held at the District 742
Administration Offices,
1000 North 44th Avenue,
St. Cloud.
A Meet and Confer session with the St. Cloud
Education Association has
been scheduled for Thurs,
May 14, 2015, at 3:45 p.m.
Board of Education Chair
Dennis Whipple and ViceChair Cindy Harner are the
Board representatives for
the Meet and Confer
process.
The meeting will be at
the
District
742
Administration Offices,
1000 North 44th Avenue,
St. Cloud.
The Clearwater-Clear
Lake food shelf is open
Mondays 5:30-7pm, Tues
9-11am and 6-8pm, Wed 35pm and is in the brown
Lions
Community
Building beneath the water
tower in Clearwater. We
service
residents
of
Clearwater and Clear Lake.
CMAB FY16-17 Biennial
Plan Public Hearing
The Central Minnesota
Arts Board will hold a public hearing to present a
draft of the 2016-2017

Biennial Plan and obtain


comments Thurs, May 7
beginning at 4 p.m. at St.
Cloud
Great
River
Regional Library, 1300 W.
St. Germain Street, St.
Cloud, MN.
866-345-7140 or 320968-4290 * www.centralmnartsboard.org
Join the Wright County
Law Library and Central
MN Legal Services for
legal presentations in the
areas of Family Law, Wills
and Probate.
Wills & Probate: Wed,
May 13, 2015 at 3 p.m.
Room 120 Wright
County Govt. Center
Family Law (Divorce &
Custody): Wed, May 13,
2015 at 6 p.m. Room 120
Wright County Govt.
Center
Call Stacy with CMLS at
(320)403-1051 to register.
Clear Lake Unit 354
American Legion and
American
Legion
Auxiliary meets the 2nd
Tues of each month at the
Palmer Town Hall at 7pm.
Identity theft, are you
an easy target or a wise
consumer?
Wright
County Sheriff Joe Hagerty
will be sharing important
information to help you
stay safe & smart.
So join this important
brunch at St. John's
Lutheran
Church
in
Annandale May 14 at
9:30am.
Simply call Eleanor at
320-274-5460 or Dawn at
612-723-3905 for reservations, and don't forget to
invite a friend.
The brunch will also
include wonderful music
and a captivating diologue
by speakers Jodi Repinski
& Diane Beers of
Stillwater. This event is
sponsored by Stonecroft
Ministries. Sign up today!
Volunteer
Drivers

Vital Statistics

Buffalo on a Wright County warrant for 5th degree controlled substance violation.
On April 21, Sheree Lee Lyrek,
57, of Delano, was arrested in
Delano on a Wright County
apprehension and detention order
for DWI.
On April 21, Brian Jeffrey Platz,
27, of Sauk Rapids, was arrested
in Hennepin County on a Wright
County warrant for 5th degree
control substance.
On April 21, Morris Ray
Shepherd, 45 of Little Falls, was
arrested in Hennepin County on a
Wright County warrant for violation of domestic abuse no contact
order, Stearns and Benton County
warrants for violation of a domestic abuse no contact order and a
Sherburne County warrant for
theft.
On April 21, Carole Jean
Buckingham, 66, of Albertville,
was arrested in Buffalo on a
Wright County warrant for gambling fraud.
On April 21, Amber Nadine
Erfanion, 33, of Big Lake, was
arrested in Buffalo on a Wright
County warrant for 2nd degree
DWI.
On April 21, Todd Allan Linder,
28, of Annandale, was arrested in
Buffalo on Wright County warrants for indecent exposure.
On April 22, Kameron Mitchell
Severson, 22, of St. Cloud, was
arrested in Hennepin County on a
Wright County warrant for violation of an order for protection.

On April 22, Amy Elizabeth


Lindala, 41, of Princeton, was
arrested in St. Michael on the
charge of 3rd degree DWI.
On April 23, Christian John Looft,
40, of Clearwater, was arrested in
Clearwater on the charge of 2nd
degree DWI.
On April 23, Angela Marie
Hanson, 34, of Monticello, was
arrested in Wright County on a
Ramsey County warrant for theft.
On April 23, Jenniffer Louise
Stevenson, 19, of St. Cloud, was
arrested in Stearns County on a
Wright County for 5th degree
controlled substance.
On April 23, Jeremy Richard
Miessen, 32, of South Haven, was
arrested in Annandale on the
charge of 3rd degree DWI.
On April 23, Russel Roger Pool,
35, of South Haven, was arrested
in Southside Township on the
charge of 1st degree DWI.
On April 24, Brandy Christina
White, 33, of Minneapolis, was
arrested in Anoka County on a
Wright County warrant for theft.
On April 24, Jamie Yvette Walter,
44, of Maple Lake, was arrested
in Anoka County on a Wright
County warrant for Domestic
Assault.
On April 24, Marvin Smith, 55, of
Elk River, was arrested in Buffalo
on a Wright County warrant for
indecent exposure.
On April 24, Brady Scott Jones,
35, of Buffalo, was arrested in
Buffalo on the charge of hit and
run, flee on foot, obstructing with

Worship With Us
email: Rejoice@rejoicelutheranchurch.org
www.rejoicelutheranchurch.org

Church of St. Luke


17545 Huber Ave. NW
Clearwater, MN 55320
Fr. Dennis Backer, Pastor
320-558-2124
Weekend Mass times:
5 p.m. Saturday
8 & 10 a.m. Sundays
Weekday
Mass
times:
Tuesday Friday 8 a.m.;
Saturday 9 a.m.
Reconciliation is available 45
minutes prior to all Masses.
Holy Days as announced
Website: www.churchofstlukes.
com

Tri-County Alliance Church


8464 160th St NW
Clearwater (Co Rd 104 &
Hwy 24)
320-558-2750
Pastor David Fogal
Sunday School 9 a.m.
Worship Service 10:30 a.m.
Wednesday Bible Adventure
(kids) 6-7:30 p.m.
Wed. Youth (Gr. 6-8) 6-7:40 p.m.
Wed. Youth (Gr. 9-12) 7:20-9 p.m.
email:tcachurch@frontiernet.net
Web: tcachurch.com

Silver Creek Area Churches


Faith Lutheran Church
12449 Clementa Ave NW,
Monticello
Pastor James Tetlie:
763-878-2092
1/2 mile north of Lake Maria
State Park on Co. Rd. 111
Sunday worship are 8:30 traditional service and 11am
celebration service. Sunday
school is at 9:45a.m. from
Sept - May. Wed Worship 7
p.m. June - August.
email:
faithlutheran@tds. net
http://lutheran-faith.org

Immanuel Lutheran
Church of Silver Creek
11390 Elliott Avenue N. W.
Maple Lake, MN 55358
Pastor: Rev. George W.
Sagissor III
Tel. # 320-333-8636
Our Worship info is:
10 AM Worship
11 AM Sunday School and
Bible Study

Silver Creek Community


Church
Co. Rd. 8 & Co. Rd. 143;
Silver Creek
Pastor Luke Baehr: 320-9633957
Sunday Worship at 9 a.m.;
Sunday School begins at
10:30 a.m.

Needed
Wright County Human
Services is looking for people who enjoy driving and
helping their neighbors.
Licensed drivers with current insurance and reliable
vehicles are needed to
transport the elderly to
medical appointments. If
you are looking for a
rewarding activity that
benefits Wright County
residents,
consider
Volunteer Transportation.
Drivers are reimbursed for
mileage at $.50 per mile
and for meals and parking
incurred outside of the
county.
If you are interested, conKathy
DeMars,
tact
Volunteer Transportation
Coordinator, at 763-6827487, or toll free at 1-800362-3667, ext. 7487.
Do you struggle with
your sleep or CPAP? Join
us for an informal discussion from 5 to 6 p.m. July
16 and Oct. 15 at St. Cloud
Hospital Sleep Center,
1586 County Road 134, St.
Cloud.
If you think you may
have a sleep disorder or
would like more information, please call 320-2510726. Sponsored by St.
Cloud Hospital Sleep
Center.
Becker Area Senior
Center (BASC) located in
Becker City Hall Room
140 is open every week
Tues and Thurs from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Join us for coffee, snacks, conversation,
cards and much more. Stop
by and visit with your
neighbors and friends.
Speakers are invited on a
regular basis to speak on
many different subjects.
Questions, call Carol
Brunn 320-248-5976.

force and criminal vehicular operation.


On April 25, Jennifer Lynne
Huver, 38, of Big Lake, was
arrested in Monticello on the
charge of 2nd degree dwi.
On April 25, Dayna Lea Weber,
48 of Monticello, was arrested in
Monticello on the charge of 2nd
degree dwi.
On April 25, Chad Michael
Peterson, 19, of Buffalo, was
arrested in St. Michael on the
charge of 3nd degree dwi.
On April 25, Jeffrey Michael
Holmquist, 37, of Howard Lake
was arrested in Howard Lake on
the charge of 1st degree csc and
domestic assault.
On April 26, Chris David Wykle,
46, of Buffalo was arrested in
Buffalo on the charge of disorderly conduct.
On April 26, Jon Fredrick
Berscheid, 54, of Monticello was
arrested in Maple Lake on a
Wright County warrant for failure
to appear.
There were 14 Property
Damage Accidents, 3 Personal
Injury Accidents, 3 Hit and Run
Accidents and 10 Car Deer
Accidents.
There were 10 arrests for DWI,
No Underage Consumption
arrests, No School Bus Stop Arm
Violations and 34 tickets for miscellaneous traffic violations
reported this week.

email: SCCC@lakedalelink.
org or www.silvercreekcommunitychurch.org
Clear Lake Area Churches
Living Waters Church
7830 Church St., Clear Lake
Rev. Mark Stahl: 320 2920250
Sunday Worship 10 a.m.
Wednesday Night Bible
Study 7 p.m.
Tuesday Night Young Adult 7
p.m.

St. Marcus Catholic Church


8701 Main Avenue, CL
Rev. Virgil Helmin: 320-7432481
Mass: Saturdays at 5pm
Sundays: Jan - June: 8 a.m.
July - Dec: 10 a.m.
Reconcilation: Sat at 4:15
email: stmarcus@frontiernet.net
www.stmarcuschurch.com

Trinity Lutheran ChurchLCMS


209 Market Street, CL
Rev. George W. Sagissor III
320-333-8636
Sunday Worship 8 a.m.
Sunday School & Adult Bible

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Large amount of misc., tools,
books, households, shrubs, potted
trees, over 100 varieties of perennials. Hasty - 4440 160th St NW,
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Apartments
for Rent

1 br apt overlooks river near


SCSU. Near parks. Avail. immed.
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320-253-0335.
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Employment
The Clearwater Clear Lake Food Shelf
is hiring a Coordinator for day to day operations.
Responsibilities include food acquisition and distribution, food
shelf promotions, recruiting volunteers, and maintaining necessary records and the facility. The coordinator will report to
the Board of Directors in this 30 hours per week position.
For the complete job description contact:
Clearwater Clear Lake Food Shelf
PO Box 324, Clearwater, MN 55320
or email CCLFS2954@aol.com

NEWSPAPER
DELIVERY
Do you have spare time Saturdays?

EARN SOME EXTRA CASH!


ECM DISTRIBUTION is looking for you!
We currently have motor routes in:

Annandale & Maple Lake


A typical route takes 3 to 5 hours. Motor routes require a reliable vehicle. Delivery time
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Are you looking for someone to


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Night
Supervisor
NEEDED
Must be
18 years or older

Deli Plus
BECKER

Growing heavy equipment leasing


company seeking inside/outside
sales rep. Candidate must be
motivated, independent, possess excellent communication skills, & be customer oriented. Some travel
required. B2B sales experience & knowledge of heavy
equipment preferred. Duties may vary, pay DOE.

no phone calls

Send resume to: All Rental, Inc.

Help

P.O. Box 129 - Rice, MN 56367 or


Email resume to: info@ferchecompanies.com

Bakery
& Deli
Must be 18
- No phone calls -

NOW HIRING

HELP WANTED

Garage/Plant
Sale

Cooks - FT & PT:


Day, evening and weekend shifts.
Closing Dishwashers - PT:
Evening and weekend shifts.
Bartender - PT:
Evening and weekend shifts.
Host - PT:
Evening and weekend shifts.
Day hours
Cashiers - FT & PT: Every 4th weekend,
Evening, weekend & overnightMust
shifts.be on the MN Board
Weekend Custodian of
- PT:
Nursing, CPR Pref,
Hours 11am - 7pm
MDS Certification

MDS
COORDINATOR

Employees enjoy benefits of food, gas and gift shop


discounts. We also offer options of medical, dental,
a company matching 401k and paid time off.
Come join a great team!
Senior Campus

320-251-9120
Candidates Phone:
can
apply
Fax: 320-251-4336
in person Apply
or online
online today at

www.talahicc.com
staci@clearwatertravelplaza.com
EEO/AA Employer
www.clearwatertravelplaza.com

I-94 & Hwy 24, Clearwater, MN

320-558-2261

Apply in person

13400 1st St, Becker

ACTIVITIES
ASSISTANT
Mon & Fri 9am-5:30pm,
every 4th weekend
Long term care experience
preferred, creative and
enthusiastic people wanted

Senior Campus

Phone: 320-251-9120
Fax: 320-251-4336
Apply online today at
www.talahicc.com
EEO/AA Employer

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Employment
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MDS
COORDINATOR

Employment
Spring into action! Apply now!
Comprehensive Services, Inc. is accepting
applications for Direct Care Staff to work with
individuals with disabilities in the Elk River/Big
Lake area. Part-time positions including am,
pm, wkd and asleep overnight. We are also
accepting applications for FT supervisory
positions. For more info: 763-274-0351 aa/eoe

Day hours
Every 4th weekend,
Must be on the MN Board
of Nursing, CPR Pref,
MDS Certification

Earn up to
$15.70/hour!

Senior Campus

Assembly Technicians,
Forkliftt & Paint
Paint Assistants!
Assistants!

orklift
Window AAssembly,
Window
ssembly, FForklift,
Warehouse, Production
Produc tion
Warehouse,
omer SService
er vice
& Cust
Customer

Were hiring great people at these locations:

Human Service
Technician

Ashley HomeStore - Albertville

Divine House, Inc.

ALL THATS MISSING IS YOU!

Sales Associates
PT Warehouse Associate

Ashley HomeStore - Elk River


Sales Associates

To learn more about these position and to apply stop by the store
location nearest you or apply online at our parent companys website
TheFurnitureMart.com/Careers. We are equal opportunity employer.

WORK CLOSE TO HOME!!

Is currently accepting applications for


our Big Lake, Buffalo and surrounding
area sites. Full and Part time positions are
available with afternoon/evening shifts.
Experience working with people with
disabilities or background in medical
field and supervisory experience helpful
but not necessary.
Apply online at

Living Well Disability Services is hiring responsible people to

or

support people with disabilities. As a Direct Support


Professional (Advocate), you will assist people in their own
home and support them participate in community activities.
As an employee, you will receive valuable training, coaching
and technology tools to be successful on the job.

Is a Central MN
Food Distributor

Overtime hours, working weekends and holidays, and starting


at various early morning start times are required in order to
successfully meet customers needs. This position will require
overnights and weekends.
Position requires CDL Class A with clean driving record, preplacement drug screening, physical back assessment and criminal back ground check.

APPLY ONLINE AT: WWW.APPERTS.COM


WE ARE PROUD TO BE AN EEO/AA EMPLOYER - M/F/D/V

(320) 231-2738
EOE

Tired of the long commute into the cities?


Join our growing team in Monticello, MN!
We are a premier manufacturer of precision machined
components and assemblies with a state-of-the-art
facility and technology. We deliver life-enhancing
medical devices and implants, transportation
and energy technologies.

QUALITY INSPECTORS
CMM TECHNICIAN
SWISS MACHINISTS
EDM MACHINISTS
FINISHING OPERATOR
GENERAL PLANT HELPERS

In addition to competitive wages, UMCs


Total Rewards Package includes: full benefits,
20% pay differential for off-shifts, performance
bonus plan, PTO upon hire, a team environment
& a spotless production floor.
To apply for these positions and check out other
opportunities at UMC, visit our website at

www.ultramc.com/careers

Email: hr@ultramc.com Fax: 763-295-3233


500 Chelsea Road Monticello
763.271.5200
Located conveniently on the
south side of Interstate 94 in Monticello!
UMC is an equal opportunity employer
Quality. Innovation. Integrity.

Sewer, Water &


Dirt Contractor

Is your Standard
Excellence?
Have you been looking to work with
people who share your Commitment
to a higher standard? If so, weve
been looking For You!
Currently Hiring
LPNs, Medication Assistants, C.N.As,
Resident Assistants, Activity Assistants,
Housekeepers

in MN
& ND

20600 S Diamond Lake Rd


Rogers, Minnesota 55374

763-428-1981
www.wellsteadofrogers.com
Five Star Quality Care is an
Equal Opportunity Employer

EEO/AA Employer

N O W H I R I N G ! L P N s F T & P T.

Pay based on experience.To inquire/ apply contact:


Lisa Bahr, Annandale Care Center,
500 Park Street East, Annandale, MN 55302
Lisa.bahr@ahcsmn.org Phone: 320-274-2594
Applications available online at: www.ahcsmn.org

Lead Delivery Driver Full Time


Becker Location

This position has the earning potential of $32,000 to $40,000 per


year - you get paid for the stops you make, plus bonuses! Be your
own boss without the risk - take control how often you work/how
much you make (4 or 5 days), BFW supplies, the equipment, insurance, gas, ect.
Responsibilities:
Delivery process
Merchandise inspection
Loading of truck
Delivery into customers home
Requirements:
This position is hands on & requires heavy lifting
Excellent customer service skills a must, positive attitude and
be self motivated.
Requires attention to detail
Class D drivers license required with a good driving record
and must be 21 years of age.
Must be able to work Saturdays. Pay rate based on experience. Preemployment drug testing, background and driving record checks are
required. We offer an excellent comprehensive benefit package
including paid vacation, medical, dental 401K and exclusive wellness
benefits.

Journeyman
Electrician/
Project
Manager

Mechanical/Manufacturing

Engineer II

Work in Central Minnesotas Heart of the Lakes area!


Malco Products, Inc., located in Annandale, MN offers you
a great employment opportunity without the long
commute. As the nations leading manufacturer of specialty precision hand tools for the HVAC industry, Malco is
seeking a multi-talented individual to work in our
Engineering Department. Qualifications and duties of the
Mechanical/ Manufacturing Engineer II position include:
Investigate production problems and recommend
solutions
Design jigs/fixtures used in the manufacturing of
tools or components
Evaluate and recommend ways to improve
manufacturing processes and product designs
Input drafting and design into CAD system
4 year college Engineering degree required
and two years experience
You will be responsible to participate as a team member
in the engineering area. The position requires a self-starter
with the ability to work effectively with minimal
supervision. This position also requires excellent
communication, problem solving and computer skills.
To apply, please submit your resume and print and
complete an application found at malcotools.com and
mail, fax or email your resume and application to:

Malco Products, Inc.


Attn: Human Resources Manager
PO Box 400, Annandale, MN 55302
Facsimile: (320) 323-4441
hr@malcotools.com

& Apprentice

Looking for
Experienced

Equipment Operators
Pipe Layers
Laborers
Truck Drivers
Mechanics
Sewer & Water Foreman
Dirt Foreman

Great compensation pkg.


Health, Life, 401K, Profit
Sharing, Lodging and
Per Diem Pay included.
Up to $30.00/hr.
based on experience

The Wellstead of Rogers


& Diamondcrest

NOW
at
Mon &HIRING
Fri 9am-5:30pm,
Briggsevery
Lake4th
True
Value
weekend
in Palmer for evening
Longweekend
term careshifts.
experience
and
creative and
Mustpreferred,
be knowledgeable
in enthusiastic
hardware people
and have
wanted
an energetic, people
friendly personality.
Job description and
applications available
Senior
Campus
at the
store.
4258
105th
Avenue
Phone:
320-251-9120
ClearFax:
Lake,
MN 55319
320-251-4336
Apply
today at
(320) online
743-2791
(storewww.talahicc.com
is located in Palmer)

Please apply online at beckerfurnitureworld.com or stop in!

ROUTE DRIVER
Apperts Foodservice (Sysco Western Minnesota) is currently
seeking a qualified driver for established routes. This is a
delivery position responsible for driving a tractor trailer for the
purpose of delivering and unloading various products for Sysco
customers. This requires using excellent customer service skills,
and working in accordance with state and DOT regulations.
Candidate must be able to lift 50 lbs. on a regular basis.

divinehouse.org

Divine House, Inc.


328 5th St. SW,
Willmar, MN 56201

Currently accepting applications and interviewing for part


time and fulltime positions in the Big Lake and Buffalo area.
Positions require a background check, valid drivers license
and good driving record. To apply please visit our web site at
www.livingwell.org. Living Well Disability Services is an Equal
Opportunity Employer.
Living Well Disability
Services maintains
a tobacco-free
workplace.

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JOBS in SSt.
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Amazing People

Phone: 320-251-9120
Fax: 320-251-4336
Apply online today at
www.talahicc.com
EEO/AA Employer

Briggs Lake

Plus a year-end
$1000 sign up bonus
for experienced
personnel
Send Resume to Lois:

P.O. Box 129 - Rice, MN 56367


Call or Email Lois:
320-393-4625
lois@ferchecompanies.com

A great opportunity
for the right person.
Work 60 mile
radius of St. Cloud

320-333-8846

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Company
Drivers
Wanted

We are offering $.45 per mile pay, loaded &


empty miles. Drop pay, paid vacation & health
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is being offered for this program. Also owner/
operators with their own truck should call to hear
about our percentage pay & bonus program.

Call Connie or Mike at 800-733-6965 or 320-253-2261

CWTribune May 1, 2015..Page 6


Greetings from the
Capitol.
New transportation plan
invests $7 billion in roads
without a gas tax!
Minnesotans count on
safe roads to get to and
from school and work each
day, but spending in recent
years has been too focused
on trains in the city instead
of roads and bridges
throughout the entire state.
A new Republican plan
will put the focus back on
our basic transportation
infrastructure to fill potholes, repair bridges, and
alleviate congestion all
without raising taxes.
Ultimately, our plan will
invest $7 billion over ten
years to repair or replace
15,500 miles of roads and
330 bridges statewide.
This is a long-term,
future-oriented approach
that puts real dollars
toward improving our
roads and bridges right
now. Our plan focuses on
needs
of
all
the
Minnesotans, including
those in Greater Minnesota
and in small cities with
populations less than
5,000. One way this is
done is by creating a new
Transportation Stability
Fund using existing sales
tax revenue from auto parts
purchases. Minnesotans
tend to agree with us that
when you buy new tires for
your car, the sales tax for
those types of purchases
should go toward maintaining roads.
In contrast, all of the
plans
introduced
by
Democrats thus far depend
on new taxes, including an
additional gas tax of $0.16

Sen. Bruce Andersons column

cents per gallon, higher


license tab fees, and higher
sales taxes. Not only are
these unpopular ideas, but
the gas tax is an antiquated
tax that will bring in less
revenue each year as vehicles become more fuel efficient. Before long, well be
back to square one talking
about another tax increase.
Id encourage gas tax
advocates to take another
look at the Republican
transportation plan I
think theyll be pleasantly
surprised to find out just
how much we can improve
our transportation infrastructure without raising
taxes.
Status of Republican
bills in the Senate
I recapped the major initiatives Republicans have
introduced this session.
Now that our first two legislative policy deadlines
have passed, I thought it
would be a good time to go
over the status of some of
these bills. Its important to
remember that things
remain very fluid, and
nothing is certain until the
legislature adjourns.
SCHOOL,
YOUR
YOUR NEEDS This is
our education package.
Senate File 1185, which
requires student teachers to
be placed with the best
teachers, has been included
in the Senate omnibus
Education bill, SF 1495.
SF 429, which emphasizes
the rigor of PSEO courses,
was heard and may be
included in the Higher
Education bill. SF 1173,
the bill which increases
funding outside of the formula and provides man-

Bruce
Anderson
State
Senator

date relief, could get hearings as we get closer to the


deadline for finance bills.
The rest of them remain
alive in various stages of
progress. We will know
more about these bills in
the coming weeks.
TAX RELIEF: The
Saluting Service bills
(SF40, SF 199, and SF365)
have received hearings in
various committees and
may be included in
omnibus bills. The Retire
in Minnesota Act(SF 123)
was heard in the Senate
Tax Reform Division and
also may be included in
their omnibus bill. The
Toddler Tax Credit has not
yet received any hearings.
Again, well know more
about the status of these
bills as we get closer to
final committee deadlines,
and we will continue to
push for their approval.
MNSURE SOLUTIONS
SF 810 to restructure
MNsure into a nonprofit
and SF 153 to implement
oversight changes have not
yet received hearings.
MNsure remains a major
subject, and we are hopeful these bills may still
come up this session.
MY LIFE, MY DATA
SF 32 would put a constitutional amendment question on the 2016 ballot to
protect your electronic
data. It has been passed by
two House committees and
awaits action in a third

committee. Sen. Latz has


not yet heard it in the
Senate.
MET
COUNCIL
ACCOUNTABILITY - SF
71 and SF 127 would bring
accountability to the Met
Council by requiring nominees to get support from
their city councils, and by
granting
legislative
approval over the Met
Council budget. The
Senate State and Local
Government Committee
chose instead to pursue a
bill creating a task force to
further study these issues.
The House has been working on separate bills to
improve Met Council
accountability.
Keep in Touch
I believe strongly in constituent services so please
contact me with questions
or comments or if you
need any assistance on a
state government issue.
Sen. Bruce Anderson
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther
King, Jr. Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55155
sen.bruce.anderson@senate.mn
651.296.5981

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giveaways.
Attorney
General
Swanson will open up a
discussion about senior
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To register as a vendor
call 320-258-9364.
For more information,
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