Farmers Union Oil Co. of Lake Bronson MN, is accepting applications for a propane delivery position. Duties will include delivering propane to tanks, setting propane tanks and general work. A CDL driver’s license with hazmat and tanker endorsement will be needed. This is a full time position with benefits that include health insurance, vacation and sick time and a 401k retirement plan. If there are any questions, please call 218-754-4300. Please stop at office in Lake Bronson for an application. (16-17)
The City of Hallock is taking applications for lifeguards, summer rec baseball and summer maintenance help. The city will reimburse lifeguards who are hired for a portion of their swimsuits and their training with proof of certification. Applications can be picked up at the city office or by emailing kjohnson@ hallockmn.org. The City of Hallock is an equal opportunity employer. (16-17)
Kittson County is seeking a highly motivated individual for the Aquatic Invasive Species Technician position this summer. This position will involve doing watercraft inspections and public awareness. Keeping our lakes and rivers clear of Aquatic Invasive Species is important to Kittson County. One training will be required prior to the start date. This position will run from June 3rd to September 2nd. Starting pay is $11.50. Must have a driver’s license. Applica-tions and full job description can be found on the Kittson County website. Applications are due by Friday, May 3rd. (16-17)
Cook/Cashier Position with flexible hours. Johnson Oil C-Store offers competitive wages, good working conditions. Receive on the job training in the retail and foodservice industry. If interested, please pick up an application at Johnson Oil. (11tf)
Kittson Central is seeking applications for a .4 FTE School Counselor or School Social Worker. Position is open until filled. Applicants are required to have valid Minnesota counselor or school social worker license, or the ability to obtain one. Kittson Central is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please send cover letter, letters of recommendation, resume, and transcripts to: Bob Jaszczak, Kittson Central ISD #2171, PO Box 670, Hallock, MN 56728, (218) 843-3682 ext. 223, Fax: (218) 843-2856, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kittson County 4-H is seeking a Food Stand Manager for the 2019 fair. Contact the Kittson County Extension Office at 843-3674 or email@example.com for information and to apply. (14-16)
Grain Elevator Manager: Responsibil-ities include all aspects of management and all hands-on duties. Extended seasonal hours. Salary commensurate with experience. Send resume to Lake Bronson Elevator, P.O. Box 40, Lake Bronson, MN 56734.
CHS AG Services – Agronomy Hiring truck drivers and yard workers for the Spring 2019 season. Openings available at the Hallock, Humboldt and Lake Bronson locations. Please call Corey Plaine 218-843-5201. (13-22)
Summer Seasonal Employment: The Kittson County Highway Department will accept applications for summer seasonal employment until May 3, 2019. Positions will be available for surveying and maintenance personnel beginning June 3, 2019, or earlier. Seasonal employees are allowed to work for a maximum of 67 days without violating union/PERA requirements. Wages will range from $11.00 per hour to $13.50 per hour, depending on experience. Applica-tions available at the County Engineer’s Office, 401 2nd Street SW, Hallock, MN 56728, Ph. 218-843-2686, or http://www.co.kittson.mn.us. An Equal Opportunity Employer.
Kittson County Central is accepting applications for a Junior High Volleyball Coach. Applications can be picked up at the Kittson Central or Lancaster Athletic Offices. For more information, contact Jami Carr (Ext. 244), Kittson Central High School, at 218-843-3682 or Jim Scalese, Lancaster High School, at 218-762-5400. Position is open until filled. Kittson Central School District and Lancaster Public School District are equal opportunity employers. (14-16)
DAC RUGS. Handmade rugs, washable and very durable. Stop in at the Kittson County Enterprise, or the DAC, Lake Bronson.
For Sale: Certified SY Valda, SY Ingmar, Linkert, LCS Rebel, TCG Climax, Bolles, Lang, and Shelly Wheat Seed. Also ProSeed Soybeans. Ron Petersen 218-988-2097 or Brad 218-790-3063 (15tf)
80 Acres with 21.9 Acres of CRP, remainder woods, brush and additional grassland.. Adjacent to Beaches WMA Northeast of Lancaster. Good hunting! Call Mike Carlson at 218-850-7146 or Mike Brown at 218-790-1552
152 Acres of Woods and grassland adjacent to Beaches WMA Northeast of Lancaster. Good Hunting! Call Mike Carlson at 218-850-7146 or Mike Brown at 218-790-1552. (16-18p)
For Rent in Hallock: 1 Bedroom and Efficiency. Starting at $275/month includes most utilities. Call 218-242-7848.
FOR LEASE: New build professional office suite available. All inclusive lease! Located in the Xperience Business Complex (old fire hall). Call 701-866-9931 for details. (15-17)
Hallock Homes Inc. Annual Meeting will be held at Westside Manor on April 17, 2019 at 5 p.m. for election of board members. This notice is for all persons who became members of the corporation when Westside Manor was being built, or any years later. All paid members of Hallock Homes are welcome to attend. (15-16)
WE BUY: Junk cars/pickups, batteries, farm mach-inery, scrap iron, copper, brass and other metals. Roll-off containers available. Russ’s Auto & Scrap, Grafton. 701-352-3333 (tf)
D.O.T: Now doing DOT truck inspections. Morrison Equipment, Inc., Hallock, Minn., call 1-800-230-1375 or 218-843-2881. (tf)
Kittson Central School is accepting quotes for the replacement of approximately 9500 square feet of carpet. The scope of work includes removal and installation of the flooring as well as the material including carpet or other flooring. Quotes are due in the superintendents office May 2, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. For further information contact: Bob Jaszczak, Kittson Central ISD #2171, PO Box 670, Hallock, MN 56728, (218) 843-3682 ext. 223, Fax: (218) 843-2856, firstname.lastname@example.org
Moving Sale: Dan & Becky Ingeman, 3159 170th Ave., Hallock, MN May 4, 2019, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., May 5, 2019, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Household Items, tools, furniture and much more. Everything must go.