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Wednesday, October 21, 2009 FARMERS INDEPENDENT, Bagley, Minnesota - Page 8B In COMPLETE LIQUIDATION AUCTION Wednesday, November 4, 2009 9:30 a.m. Fosston Implement 33262 Highway 2 S.E. Fosston, Minnesota Live onLine bidding - Proxibid.com 877-505-7770 www.proxibid.com/gehling Selling with 2 rings. Ring 1 -selling Farm machinery -- tracks trailers and forklifts. Ring 2 - Parts - attachments - shop tools & miscellaneous. Selling Tractors - JD 6400 MFWD 96 4990 hrs. - P.Q. w/Tiger side mount mower, 1070 - 2 wheel -- 1089 hrs. open station w/JD 440 loader, 8640 - 79 - 3pt - pro - 20.8 x 38 w/duals, 4040 Quad 79 - 7217 hrs., 4630 Quad - 77 - 14.9 x 46 w/duals, 4630 Quad - 75 - 20.8x38 w/duals, 4430 Quad 76 - 18.4x38 w/duals, 4020 Diesel - 67 - 18.4 x 34, 3020 Gas- 68, 3010 Diesel, I.H. 1466~- 71 - 20.8 x 38 w/duals, 1066 - Salvage, Skidder JD 440 Log Skidder- Recent Engine overhaul new cable - 40% rubber & bale fork attachment ~- For more info on skidder - call 218- 563-2027, Combines - JD 9600 - 94 - 1191 Sep. 1721 Eng. - Dam-DAS F & A- chopper - 30.5 x 32, 9600 -- 91 - 3073 Sep- 4415 Eng. DAM - DAS - F&A chopper 30.5x32; 9600 90 3200 Sep- 4472 -Eng. DAM DAS F&A chopper 30.5 x 32, 9600 89-3894Sep.-5137Eng.-D.A.M.-D.A.S.F &R chopper 30.5 x 32, 9500 - 91 - 2257 Sep. - 3242 Eng. -- DAM - DAS F & A. - chopper- 24.5 x 32, 9500 - 89 - 4454 Sep. - 6629 Eng. - DAM - DAS - F & A chopper -24.5 x 32, 8820 -81 -4700 hrs -30.5 x 32, 8820 - 83-5679 hrs.- chopper -30.5 x 32. Heads JD- 930 Flex-98, 930 Flex - 92,930 Flex - 90, 925 Rigid -90, 3) 212 Pick~up w/6belt, 212 Pickup w/5 belt, Hay & Forage equipment JD 567 Baler - 06-5201 Bales - mega wide 7- push bar, 567 Baler 04- Mega wide-9740 Bales, N7 BR 740 Baler-05 super sweep-low bales, 2)Vermeer 605m Balers 05-0000-9000 Bales wide Pickups 1 w/silage, kit 21.5 x 16.1 Tires, 605xL-01 -apprpx 8,000 bales, vicon 1510 baler. Case 730-30' windrower, versatile 440 SP- 22' swather w/bat reel, JD 930 mo co w/rolls, Tonunti 10 wheel rake, JD 3940 & 38 choppers w/2 row Corn Heads and Hay Heads, miscellaneous.., equipment---- JD 240 skid loader -00-1200 hrs.--new engine, Case 420-05-665 hrs. Bobcat 763-95-2662 hrs., JD 90 w/bucket & Pallet forks, JD 746 loader w/108" bucket & grapple, marflex 400 gallon pickup sprayer w/60' booms. Wishek 842 T---24 Disk, 3) Landoll 23' disc. Chisels w/levelers, Wilrich 27' Field cultivator, JD 1600 - 17' chisel plow, Wilrich 2500 - 32' field Clutivator, JD 1060-48 ' Field Clutivator, JD 400 21' Rotary Hoe, 2) Farm King 3pt-60" Finish mowers, Douglass-5' 3 pt. Finish Mower, Rem 2500 HD Grain vac w/279 hrs., 3 unit Hitch, asst or new & used Loader Buckets, new Equipment Buhler/Farrn King 4650 RG 72" Finish mower, 2) Buhler/Farm King C 84-84" - 3 pt Blades, 2) JD 72" Blades, JD 78" skid loader bucket, Tonutti Res 10 wheel rake, 3 pt.- 2 bale bale fork, collector tractors JD 520 ---- RS. - square axle wide front -- w/Paulson Loader, M Excellent Rubber, H, B on steel, M2 Plow, 2 walking plows, shop equipment & shop tools including A & W Dyno, CP Lift table, B & D Valve Machine, welder, torch set, parker hydraulic hose machine, chop saw, 8 barrel oil dispenser & transfer pump, set of service Guard splitting stands, 2- sets of 10 & 20 series splitting stands, JD special tools & service brands, wheel dolly & stand, shop built Hyd. Pump SCV unit w/electric motor, overhead A frame, chain hoist, dherry picker, floor jacks, 20 ton press, air compressor, drill press, air conditioning tools, parts washer, air tools, benches, large asst. of service manuals, plus all other miscellaneous shop tools, plus a large assortment of new & used parts & attachments - toys - owners manuals & miscellaneous items to numerous to mention. ili: ........................ lil ..... ................ .! ""' ' i; ' : ......... ??" W ................. .'.,'m.'m~ 2008 Chevy Impala LS - 4 dr, 3.5, V6 w/pb, ac, ps, pl, pw, tw, cd, rear defrost. (36,847 Miles - Gray) 2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring Edition - 4 dr, 2.4L, 4 cyl, at w/ od, pb, ac, ps, pl, pw, tw, cd, rear defrost, alloy wheels. (33,574 Miles - Gray) 2007 Dodge Grand Caravan 4x2 - 4 dr, 3.3, V6, at w/ac, ps, pl, pw, tw, cd, rear defrost. (31,565 Miles - Red) 2006 Ford Focus SE -4 dr, 2.0, 4 cyl, at w/pb, ac, ps, pl, pw, cd, rear defrost. (36,028 Miles - Red) 2006 Pontiac G6 - 4 dr, 2.4, 4 cyl, at w/pb, ac, ps, pl, pw, tw, ed, rear defrost. (38,709 Miles - Red) 2006 Ford Escape XLT 4x4 - 4 dr, 3.0, 6 cyl w/ac, ps, pl, pw, tw, cd, rear defrost, alloy wheels, tint glass. (25,889 Miles - Red) 2005 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad - 4x4, 4 dr, 8 eyl, 5.7L, at w/od, ac, ps, pl, pw, tw, cd, rear defrost. (69,847 Miles - Blue) 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix SE - 4 dr, 3.1L, 6 cyl w/pb, ac, ps, pl, pw, tw, cd, rear defrost, astro start, alloy wheels. (112,672 Miles - Maroon) 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix SE - 4 dr, 3100, V6, al~w/pb, ac, ps, pl, pw, tw, cd, rear defrost, alloy wheels. (117,053 Miles - Silver) 2001 Ford Windstar SE Sport 4x2 - 4 dr, 3.8, 6 eyl w/od, pb, ae, ps, pl, pw, tw, cd/cass, rear defrost. (102,706 Miles - Blue) 2001 Ford F150 XLT Ext Cab 4x4 - 4 dr, V8, 8 cyl w/pb, ac, ps, pl, pw, tw, cd, rear defrost. (156,300 Miles - Maroon) 2000 Buick LeSabre - 4 dr, 3.8L, 6 cyl, at w/od, pb, ac, ps, pl, pw, tw, cass, rear defrost. (94,887 Miles - Silver) 2000 Dodge Dakota SLT - 2 dr, 4.7, 8 cyl, 4x4 w/od, pb, ac, pl, pw, tw, cd. (101,268 Miles - Black) 2000 GMC Jimmy - 4x4, 4 dr, 4.3L, 6 cyl, at w/od, pb, ac, ps, pl, pw, tw, cd, rear defrost, sunroof. (82,243 Miles - Blue) 1999 Plymouth Breeze - 4 dr, 2.0, 4 cyl at w/pb, ac, ps, pl, pw, tw, cd, rear defrost. (148,262 Miles - Green) 1999 Cadillac Deville - 4 dr, 4.6, 8 cyl, at w/pb, ac, ps, pl, pw, tw, cd/cass, rear defrost, alloy wheels, leather seats, tint glass. (142,671 Miles - Maroon) 1999 Pontiac Grand AM - 4 dr, V6, 2.4L w/pb, ac, ps, pl, pw, tw, cd, rear defrost. (133,386 Miles - White) 1999 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4 - 4 dr, 4.0, 6 cyl, at w/od, pb, ae, ps, pl, pw, tw, cd, alloy wheels. (128,383 Miles - White) 1996 Dodge Ram Ext Cab Laramie SLT - V8, 5.7L, 2 dr, 4x4 w/ac, pl, pw, tw, cd. (102,808 Miles- Blue/Silver) 1995 Olds 88 LSS - 4 dr w/pb, a,ps, pl, pw, tw, cass, rear clefrost. (193,131 Miles - Green) For a complete listing or more information call Fosston Implement (218) 435-6424 or Gehling Auction Co. (507)765-2 !31. Terms - JD Financing and Programs available to qualified buyers - stop in at Fosston Implement or call (218) 435-6424 during normal business hours prior to auction day. wwm gehlingauction.com email: gehling@gehlingauction.com CALL 694-6265 SEPTEMBER 28, 2009 the policy is standing at this time. not as Street Superintendent. LaRoque nominated Michel to The Bagley City Council met in Michel said that the Council might Mayor agreed that if Coyer did sit on the committee and have a special session on September 28, need tct make more exceptions in take the job, then it would be committee of three. Edevold stated 2009 at 6:30 p.m. in the Bagley the future ifthey do it now. an opening in the department, it would need to be a committee of City COuncil Chambers Mayor asked that the meeting be LaRoque made the motion that two and maybe the City Clerk or Present were . Mayor John closed at 6:40 p.m. for discussion the" Council place Gary Coyer as a citizen. Michel would like the Sutherland, Council Members on employee matters. Interim Street Superintendent until people who get interviewed do a Wendy LaRoque, Sidney Michel, Meeting was reopened at 6:55 such time a replacement is hired, test drive in the City vehicles and David G. Anderson, Mark p.m. Seconded by Edevold, passed they know the basic skills when Edevold, and Clerk Treasurer Mayor asked for any furtherunanimously, interviewed. Anderson nominated Colleen R. Lindgren.. discussion or a motion on the LaRoque asked about a wageMichel and Edevold to sit on the Meeting was called to discuss matter of payments to "Arnie for an interim Superintendent. committee. the vacancy of the Street Teige. Anderson made the motion Discussion was held on wages and Edevold stated that he and Superintendent, after the passing that the Council pays the estate of wage ranges for the Superintendent Michel can go. through the ofArvin Teige. Arvin Teige, of his accumulated position. Edevold asked if the process of putting together a job Clerk Lindgren explained what sick time. Seconded by LaRoque, computer system for payroll was description, distribute to all the final wage payments will be given passed unanimously. Mayor asked able to do a separate line item Council, and get an OK from them to Teige's family. Teige has 3 for clarification of the motion, for, as example, a $2.00 per hour to advertise. days of pay and 16 hours of comp Anderson stated that it will be increase as a step in process, so A1 Spring and Keith Lowry will wages, which he had earned before City policy on January 1, 2010 it does not look like a base wage be allowed to keep working for a his death. He also has 11 hours and it was unfortunate timing increase. This would make it clear while, as needed. Edevold made of 2009 vacation and 19 days 1 for Teige and does not feel his as to where it is at. Coyer will need the motion to allow the Clerk to hour of 20i0 vacation, family should be punished for his to train a new person in to work in put on the winter help early, on Cl~rk asked about the proposed untimely death, the department, an as needed basis per the request policy that the Council has talked Mayor asked for discussion on Discussion was held on what of Coyer on a day by day basis. about for 2010. This is the policy the Street Superintendent Position. would be required, such as CDL Seconded by Anderson, passed that when an employee is no Clerk stated that she had not with air break endorsement, well unanimously. longer working for the City, they found anything about advertising versed in working with MNDOT, The actual interviews will be get paid of their accumulated in house first and stated that it is and able to plan what work needs done before the City Council, sick leave when they quit working, not a union position. The Mayor to be done. They would also be and the committee will narrow it Would this be something that the has spoken to Gary. Coyer and at Subject to a background check, down between three to five. Clerk Council would do for the Teige this time he has stated that he did LaRouqe stated that no matter explained how past interviews family. Mayor Sutherland asked not feel that he wanted to apply what, Coyer is going to need to were done. what is being done presently, for the job. Clerk stated that she train someone in as a mentor Motion was made by LaRoque Clerk informed the Council that has also spoken with Coyer and and he does have 14 years of to go with Anderson's nomination presently, whenan employee quits he seems that he knows where experience, that Sid Michel and Mark working for the City, they lose any everything is and he knows a lot Mayor asked what the Council~ Edevold are on the recruitment accumulated sick leave. LaRoque about the paper work, which needs, would like to do for an increase for committee to advertise and asked if an exception could be to be done. Michel said that. Coyer interim superintendent position, receive applicants, to screen made for Teige and not for others should still be asked to apply for Motion was made by Edevoldapplicants, and present qualified right now, or go ahead with it now. . the position. Clerk said that fie to increase Gary Coyer's wages applicants to the City Council as Mayor said that there was a past has been working for the City for by $2.00 an hour for the interim a whole, for interviewing for the practice when Chief Haugen was 14 years. Edevold said that he is and have the payroll department job of the Street Superintendent. paid. Clerk explained that when a firm believer in opening up the indicate the $2.00 per hour as a Seconded by Anderson, passed Chief Haugen retired, the Council position and advertising; it gives separate line item on the payroll unanimously. did allow him to extend his sick the City an opportunity to see who check, to begin immediately. Michel stated that if the Council leave and then retire. Edevold is out there. He also stated that. 'Seconded by Michel, passed does the interviewing, then it will stated it was so he could maintain in a certain sense Arnie Teige is unanimously, need to take a few days to do so. his health coverage. Clerk said not replacable, but there may or LaRoque would like to select a Motion to adjourn was made by . that if the Council decided to maynot be someone out there to hiring committee formed to do the Michel. Seconded by Anderson, allow paying Teige for his sick do the work. Coyer would strongly criteria, job description, and wages passed unanimously. leave it would be 14 days 1 3/4 be encouraged to apply for the before the next Council meeting. hours. Mayor Sutherland said that position. Edevold stated that you Discussion was held on theJohn Sutherland, Mayor he had no problem with allowing also need someone who can speak wages for the position. A good ATTEST: the payment of the sick leave, with MNDOT,- and Engineersqualified person may cost between Michel said that he really didn't who would be used. Discussion $16.50 to $18.50 per hour. And Colleen R. Lindgren, CMC know how to handle the sick days, was held on present wages of the someone with more supervisor City Clerk Treasurer but Haugen was a different case. position and on Coyer's position, skills may be hired for $21 to $23/ o21c Edevold said it was also different Michel said. that he would like hour. Someone who is able to give circumstances. LaRoque feels that to see the position advertised as an the City advice on projects would the Council should stay where opening in the Street Department; be good also. Son held in stabbing death of STILLWATER, Minn. (AP) Oct. 19 -- W shington County prosecutors have charged a Stillwater man with fatally stabbing of his father. Thirty-year-old David Joseph Janisch was charged Monday with second-degree murder in the death of 57-year-old Gregory Thomas Janisch. A criminal complaint says a man who identified himself as David called the Washington County Sheriff's Department about 6 p.m. Saturday, saying someone had been stabbed. Responding deputies said they found the defendant in the front yard where he was shocked with a Taser for failing to comply with commands. The victim was found in the entryway to the home with a stab wound to the chest. The complaint says the elder Janisch identified his son as the person who stabbed him. The victim was pronounced dead about 7:30 p.m. at Regions Hospital. CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 694-6265 SEIZED VEHICLE SALE For November 12, 2009 The Clearwater County Sheriff's Office and Bagley Police Department will be accepting bids on the following vehicles: Item # Vehicle " - VIN # 1112091 1985 Ford F150 (Blue) 1112092 1997 Acura Integra (White) l 1120931992 Chevrolet Blazer (Black) 1112094 1978 Ford Pickup (Brown) 1112095 1984 Dodge Van (Brown) 1112096 1992 Cadillac (Blue) 1112097 1988 Chevrolet Pickup (Red/Silver) 1112098 1990 Chevrolet (Red) l FTDF 15Y6FPAD7605 JH4DC2384VZ0003886 1GNDT 13W0N2178525 F14HUCJ1274 2B6HB23T8EK317596 1G6CD53B7N4283639 1GCDC 14K4JZ310448 2G1WN14T6L9287708 Other vehicles may be added prior to sale date. To bid on the vehicles, a bid form can be obtained at the Clearwater County Sheriff's Office. The vehicles can be viewed from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on November 9th, 10' and 11t~ with an impound lot pass from the Sheriff's Office. Bids must be received by 4:30 p.m. on November 12, 2009. For more information contact Deputy Neal Illies at (218) 694-6226. The Clearwater County Sheriff's Office reserves the right to reject any and all bids. All vehicles and items are sold "as is "'. dad watches birth by webcam OWENSBORO, Ky. (AP) computer and tested it a few . Oct. 18 -- lake Freshwater times. Then we had Schaefer experienced the birth of his come in last week and log on, first child even though the and she talked to her husband sergeant in the Army Reserves once. was stationed in Balad, Iraq, at "We were excited to do it. the time. What's more precious than With the cooperation of heating your baby's first cry?" Owensboro Medical Health But as the day went on and System, a computer followed the labor didn't progress as Schaefer Freshwater, 22, so expected, the decision was her husband, lake, 25, could made for Schaefer Freshwater see her and talk via webcam to have a C-section. Then the throughout the 13-hour labor webcam lost its connection and delivery, which was for a while, and the OMHS ultimately done by Cesarean information technology staff section, solved that problem. At 5:21 p.m., Oct. 8, they "The doctor, the nurses and welcomed. Peirce Jacob Cole the (IT) staff wanted to make Freshwater into the world, sure lake could experience it," "Everybody's doing fine,"Estes said. "They lifted Peirce said Barbie Estes, who stayed at to make sure lake could see his her daughter's side throughout hands and feet, too." the day. "Schaefer was groggy He began to be referred to as but awake. She kept saying, "Virtual lake." 'I'm so happy, I'm so happy' lake Freshwater has been when she had the baby, and in the Army Reserves for lake said, 'I can't believe it.'" more than four years, and the The day began early for Owensboro .couple knew he Schaefer Freshwater when she could be deployed overseas got to OMHS at 4:30 a.m. to during her pregnancy. He left have her. labor induced. Her for Fort Hood, Texas, in July pregnancy went 40 weeks, and and has been in Iraq for a her due date was Oct. 9. month. lake Freshwater "joined .... It was pretty tough him Schaefer when she went into leaving," Schaefer Freshwater labor. Iraq is eight hours ahead said. "I really wish he could've of Central time so it wasexperienced it' all with me, midday when he came online, but we have great family and The camera showed Schaefer friends, and I couldn't have Freshwater from the. chest done it without them, my up. lake Freshwater was in a doctor and nurses, and the Red private room at his Balad base Cross. set up by the Red Cross. "I've been blessed." "lake said he didn't knowSchaefer Freshwater has if he would be able to sleep been living with her mother in (Wednesday night)," Schaefer Owensboro sinceher husband's Freshwater said as the two unit, the 90th Sustainment talked by e-mail the day before Brigade, was called up. While the birth, "I know I'm excited, he was away, the Freshwaters I'm definitely ready." visited with each other once Robin Locher, the manager of a week by webcam thanks to labor and delivery at OMHS, a service the American Red said this was the first time the Cross provides. hospital had been asked to - Schaefer Freshwater, an make such an a~angement. Owensboro Community & "We wanted to make sure we Technical School graduate, got a good, safe connection and said she's putting her plans for that the patient's confidentiality entering cosmetology school wouldn't be breached," Locher on hold for a while to take care said. "We installed (webcam of their son. program) Skype in the "It'll be worth it," she said.