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America’s
Best
Value Inn is looking for a housekeeper.
308-2542081.
The Havre Daily
News,
a
5-day
daily newspaper
in Havre, MT has an
immediate opening
for an experienced
Press
OperatoR
to run a 4-unit Goss
Community Press.
Job functions include
moving 850 lb. newsprint
rolls to press, thread
paper through press
(requires climbing, balancing, stopping, reaching, kneeling, crouching
& crawling), adjust web
tension and maintain
water levels, maintain
and clean all press units
and perform any other
related press duties.
Required qualifications
include good mechanical
skills, ability to lift up to
150 lbs., push/pull up to
200 lbs., and push/pull
up to 850 lbs. on wheels,
hear warning bells, ability to tolerate paper dust
and chemicals (with protection), problem solving
skills and must be able to
communicate and work
well with others.
This is a full-time position, working Monday Friday 6:30 a.m. - 3:30
p.m., wage is based on
experience and benefits
package is available.
Interested candidates
should submit cover letter and resume to: Havre
Daily News, c/o Stacy
Mantle, P.O. Box 431,
Havre, MT 59501 or
email, [email protected]
The Havre Daily
News on Montana’s
beautiful Hi-Line is
looking for a page
designer who can
make our pages sparkle.
We are a small newspaper with a small staff.
This is a place where you
can make a big difference. You will be the only
designer at our paper that
publishes five afternoons
a week. We encourage
experimentation and are
always looking for ways
to improve our paper.
Please send cover letter,
resume and samples of
your work [email protected]
havredailynews.com. We
will gladly consider recent
graduates. Questions?
Call Managing Editor
John Kelleher at 406265-6795 ext, 17.
New homes beginning at $39,900.00,
STAHLA HOMES, 460 E.
Chestnut, Sterling, CO
(970)522-6803 or West
Highway 30, Kimball,
NE (308)235-2750 or
(308)235-5373.
IF YOU used the blood
thinner Xarelto and suffered internal bleeding,
hemorrhaging, required
hospitalization or a
loved one died while
taking Xarelto between
2011 and the present
time, you may be entitled to compensation.
Call Attorney Charles
H. Johnson 1-800-5355727.
G & M Implement is
now hiring mechanics, truck drivers
and salesmen. Great
wages and benefits.
Send resumes to [email protected]
gmimplement or visit
www.gmimplement.com
Feedlot position
available, medical
insurance, paid vacation and meat part of
compensation. Wages
depend on experience.
Chappell Feedlot, PO
Box 691, Chappell, Ne
69129. 308-874-2297
Security First Bank
is looking for
weekend and evening cleaning help.
Must be able to pass
all background checks.
Contact Rick at 308-2493781 for appointment.
Do you love designing pages and have a
creative bug in you? The
Sidney Sun-Telegraph
is looking for a page
designer to join its
team. The ideal candidate will have some
experience with Adobe
InDesign, but we’ll train
the right person if you
show us you’re a great
fit. This is a full-time
position, which will assist
in producing pages for
our daily and weekly newspapers in the
region. Send a cover
letter, resume and page
examples via email to
Rob Langrell at [email protected] or
by mail to The Sidney
Sun-Telegraph, Attn. Rob
Langrell, P.O. Box 193,
Sidney, NE 69162.
Git N Split now
hiring Now Hiring!
Part time and Full time
employees at $9.00 an
hr. Also Asst. Managers
$9.50 hr. Apply in person at either Git n Split
Location. EOE
PT
JANITORIAL/
CLEANING, evenings,
help needed. Available in
Sidney. Must be dependable, hard working and
have a good attitude.
Clean background check
required. 970-571-3592
for more info.
Advertise
Today!
308-254-2818
PART-TIME BUS DRIVER
The City of Sidney is seeking a friendly, customer
service oriented person to serve as Bus Driver.
Responsible for driving the City’s transportation bus
on a part-time basis, including every other Saturday.
Must possess a high school diploma; have a valid
Nebraska driver’s license and a driving record that
meets the City’s insurance requirements, plus have
a satisfactory background check. Pre-employment/
on-going random drug screening required.
Contact Jo Houser at (308) 254-7002 for application.
Position open until filled. EOE
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF NURSING
AND EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
Successful candidate will be able to assist the Director of Nursing in
leading and directing the operations of the nursing and emergency
departments. Primary responsibilities include clinical quality,
recruitment and retention of staff, customer service, financial
performance, daily operations, strategic management and compliance
with regulatory requirements. Must have a Nebraska licensed RN
(BSN preferred) with 2+ years of managerial experience and proven
leadership, communication, and critical thinking skills.
Candidate should also have skill sets that include planning, scheduling,
assigning and reviewing work assignments.
Please apply on-line at www.kimballhealth.org.
Mobile Home For sale
Good Used Double
Wide available to look at
w/apt. STAHLA HOMES,
460 Chestnut, Sterling,
CO
(970)522-6803
or West Highway 30,
Kimball, NE (308)2352750.
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or West Highway 30,
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or 1520 East Overland,
Scottsbluff, NE (308)6323422
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Kimball, NE (308)2352750 or (308)235-5373
or 1520 East Overland,
Scottsbluff, NE (308)6323422.
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The Nebraska Department of Roads is
currently accepting applications for a
Highway Construction Tech I/II in Sidney, NE.
For a full job description or to apply, visit www.statejobs.nebraska.gov.
An on-line State application must be completed. This opening
will remain until filled. Notify the State Department of Personnel
at 402-471-2075 if you need accommodation in the selection
process. (TDD Calls ONLY: 402-471-4693).
The State of Nebraska is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Substation Construction Technician
Tri-State: Join the people behind the power. Tri-State G&T
has an opening for a Substation Construction Technician
(I – Journey Level) in Sidney, NE. Tri-State recognizes the
value of a highly-engaged and committed workforce and
provides an excellent benefits program that includes medical,
dental, retirement and life insurance. Please visit our careers
site at www.tristategt.org/careers/ for more details.
Equal Opportunity Employer - Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK
The successful candidate will be able to perform the following:
Pay all hospital bills, compute, classify, record, and verify numerical data;
Prepare all hospital bills for payment. Check each for due date, receipt
of goods or services and authority to purchase. Also check agreement
with original purchase order or contract; Use standard bookkeeping
procedures to enter, print, post and distribute accounts payable checks;
Research all credits, past due balances and bills-in-dispute in a timely
manner and recommend any adjustments to the general ledger;
Investigate problems that vendors or purchasing agents have with
obtaining payment for bills; Prepare bi-weekly reports for accurate
recording of all disbursements and voids; Provide asset purchase
information to CFO for the timely update of depreciation costs; Maintain
the Employee Fund checking account, send get well and bereavement
gifts to employees and collect weekly Friday Jean money; Provide
general accounting support and payroll processing support as needed;
Verify and post details of business transactions, such as funds received
and disbursed, and total accounts to ledgers, computer spreadsheets and
databases. Please apply on-line at www.kimballhealth.org
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are a debt relief agency,
which helps people file
bankruptcy under the
bankruptcy code.
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308-254-2818
CDL Class A Drivers
Immediate Opening:
Benefits include paid
vacations, paid holidays, health
insurance, life insurance,
dental, 401k, merchandise
discounts. Wage increases after
60 and 90 day evaluations.
HAZ MAT NOT REQUIRED.
NO OVER NIGHT.
APPLY IN PERSON ONLY @
Cash Wa Distributing Co.
825 Hickory, Sidney
NO PHONE CALLS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Simon Contractors, dba Milestone
Redi-Mix., a major road and bridge
contractor in WY, NE, SD, and CO, has
an immediate opening in our Sidney,
NE location for a:
CONCRETE PLANT
MANAGER
Minimum 3 years of experience in
ready mix operations or construction
industry and one year of management/
supervisory experience preferred. Valid
driver’s license with clean driving history required; CDL preferred. ACI Level 1
Certification or ability achieve within 6
months required. NDOR Concrete Plant
Technician certification or ability to
achieve within 6 months required.
Top wages and an excellent benefits
package including health, dental, vision, 401k with company match, life
and more!
Visit our website at
www.simoncontractors.com to
apply online or any of our office
locations to apply in person.
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Monday
October 20, 2014
Sidney Sun-Telegraph
Legals
Legal Notices
(a)
(a)
Five dollars and fteen cents per hour
through July 23,
2007;
(b)
(b)
Five dollars and
eighty five cents
per hour on and after July 24, 2007,
through July 23,
2008;
Also included are
Statements of Explanation in Italics by
the Attorney General
__________________________
(c)
(c)
Six dollars and fty
ve cents per hour
on and after July
24, 2008, through
July 23, 2009; and
PROPOSED BY INITIATIVE
PETITION
(d)
(d)
Seven dollars and
twenty ve cents per
hour on and after
July 24, 2009.
(a)
(a)
Seven dollars and
twenty five cents
per hour through
December 31, 2014;
(b)
(b)
Eight dollars per
hour on and after
January 1, 2015,
through December
31, 2015; and
(c)
(c)
Nine dollars per
hour on and after
January 1, 2016.
LEGAL NOTICE OF
MEASURE TO BE VOTED
UPON AT THE GENERAL
ELECTION OCCURING ON
NOVEMBER 4, 2014
BALLOT TITLE AND TEXT
OF STATUTORY
INITIATIVE
PROPOSED BY INITIATIVE
PETITION
INITIATIVE MEASURE 425
Ballot Language for
Initiative Measure 425
A vote “FOR” will amend the
Nebraska statute establishing a minimum wage rate
for employees to increase
the current state minimum
wage from seven dollars and
twenty-ve cents ($7.25) per
hour to eight dollars ($8.00)
per hour on January 1, 2015,
and to nine dollars ($9.00)
per hour on January 1, 2016.
A vote “AGAINST” will not
cause the Nebraska statute establishing a minimum
wage rate for employees to
be amended in such manner.
Shall the Nebraska statute
establishing a minimum
wage rate for employees
be amended to increase
the current state minimum wage from seven dollars and twenty-ve cents
($7.25) per hour to eight
dollars ($8.00) per hour
on January 1, 2015, and
to nine dollars ($9.00) per
hour on January 1, 2016?
For
Against
_________________________
TEXT OF PROPOSED
INITIATIVE MEASURE 425
(underscored language indicates added language, strike
through indicates language
being removed)
(2) For persons compensated by way of gratuities such as waitresses,
waiters, hotel bellhops,
porters, and shoeshine
persons, the employer
shall pay wages at the
minimum rate of two dollars and thirteen cents
per hour, plus all gratuities given to them for
services rendered. The
sum of wages and gratuities received by each
person compensated by
way of gratuities shall
equal or exceed the minimum wage rate provided
in subsection (1) of this
section. In determining
whether or not the individual is compensated
by way of gratuities, the
burden of proof shall be
upon the employer.
(3) Any employer employing student-learners
as part of a bona fide
vocational training program shall pay such
student-learners’ wages at a rate of at least
seventy-five percent of
the minimum wage rate
which would otherwise
be applicable.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE
PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF
Section 2. Original section
NEBRASKA,
48-1203, Reissue Revised
Section 1. Section Statutes of Nebraska, is
48-1203, Reissue Revised repealed.
Statutes of Nebraska, is
Respectfully submitted,
amended to read:
48-1203 (1) Except as otherwise provided
in this section and section
48-1203.01, every employer
shall pay to each of his or
her employees a minimum
wage of:
John Gale
Secretary of State
(Publish three times, weeks of
Oct. 13, Oct. 20 and Oct. 27)
Please Email Legal Notices to:
[email protected]
Simon Contractors is an Equal Opportunity/
Affirmative Action, Gender/Race/Disabled/
Veteran, Drug Free Workplace Employer
Please Email Classifieds to:
[email protected]
Annie's Mailbox
Dear Annie: Looking at me most a relief to be told I had a “disnow, you would never think I strug- ease.” I always thought I was being
gled with mental illness. I am a sec- weak and would get down on myself
ond-year graduate student studying for not just snapping out of it. With
therapy and the supcounseling psycholport of my family, I
ogy, and I spend my
free time as a comKathy Mitchell was able to get betpetitive equestrian,
& marcy Sugar ter.
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therapeuCreators Syndicate
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these
tic riding, practicing
mental illnesses are
Brazilian jiu-jitsu and
real and treatment
helping with at-risk
is available. According to the Subyouth therapeutic groups.
The truth is, as a young teenager stance Abuse and Mental Health
I battled depression, anxiety, PTSD Services Administration, one in five
and self-injury. When these issues people ages 18 to 25 experienced
first started occurring, I had no idea a mental illness in the past year,
what depression was, what mental and more than 66 percent did not
health issues were or how to “fix” receive treatment. These reports
them. At one point, my self-injury highlight the need for young adults
became so serious that I required to recognize the symptoms of demedical attention. I knew then that pression and anxiety in themselves
I needed help. This is when I was and others and seek treatment.
October is Depression Awarediagnosed with depression and generalized anxiety disorder. It was al- ness Month, which is a great time
to reach out for help. I encourage
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are free, easy and anonymous and
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Like many physical illnesses, the
earlier depression treatment begins
the more effective it is likely to be.
Please get help today! — Sincerely, Cassandra Plorusso
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mental illness. This is an important
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Dear Annie: I live in a large condo building. Most of the occupants
are lovely, but one woman is extremely bossy and always involved
in projects. For some reason, she
expects me to do all of her legwork
and, of course, takes full credit.
I work from home. She doesn’t
like taking no for an answer, so she
constantly texts, calls and hounds
me until I give in. How can I politely
tell her that I’m too busy and would
prefer that she leave me alone? —
Sick of Being Bossed in N.Y.
Dear Sick: You need a tougher
spine. She will never give up if she
knows you will eventually give in.
Prove her wrong. Keep saying no.
Don’t answer her texts or calls.
Write “Sorry, I can’t help you” on
a piece of paper and read it to her
as many times as necessary. It will
take a while, but you can do this.
Hang in there.
Dear Annie: Like “Stunned in
Texas,” I also have a problem with
these mass invitations to bridal or
baby showers. In such cases, I will
send a card, but not a gift. However,
when I do attend a baby shower, I
give a baby gift and also a “Daddy”
gift — a book for him to read to his
newborn child. — B.H. in Louisiana
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