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College Notebook Continued from pg 7 Boyden. Hansmann is a senior business adminis- tration major who had a perfect 4.0 grade-point average for the 2012 spring semester. Hansmann is a Boyden- Hull High School gradu- ate. The Dean's List at Morningside recognizes students who achieve a 3.67 GPA or better and completed at least 12 cred- its of course work with no grade below a C-minus. Simpson College, Indianola= Nicole Mulder and Lauren Mulder, both of Boyden, were named to the President's List for the spring semester. Both stu- dents carried a spotless 4.0 grade-point average. Augustana College, Sioux Falls, S.D.: Heather Hurtig, of Hull. Hurtig was named to the Dean's List, carrying a minimum of 10 credit hours with a grade- point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. JEFFERSON LINES Serving over 70 Minnesota communities and all Minnesota families for over 90 years. 800-451-5333 I Legals and Jumps Councilors adjust wages for city employees Legal Continued from front It will first affect the bill- ing cycle on July 31. TeKrony reported he has 737 customers in the city. Rod would like to see uniform receptacles used throughout the commu- nity. City employees will see their wages increase from 2.5 to as much as 6.7 per- cent. This affects library personnel such as direc- tor Matt Hoehamer, Marge Vander Esch, Jan Van Soelen, Marjean Buys and Heather Walton and fitness center employee Marcia Hoekstra. This is in addition to Kleinwolterink, the street superintendent, water/ wastewater superinten- dent Lonni Westphal, recreation director Todd Woelber, city clerk Dwayne Bonestroo and billing clerk Denise Keizer. Both resolutions were passed with a roll call vote. The city will be perform- ing a sewer-relining project at a couple of spots along Greenway Street and just off United States Highway 18 near A.R. Hesla Field. "We had some issues with inflow and infiltration;' said Van Roekel, who is follow- ing recommendations De Wild, Grant, Reckert and Associates made. "When we have heavy rains, our lift station near the foot- ball field is having trouble keeping up" The cost of the sewer- relining project has been budgeted at $81,595. A-Tech Sewer Cleaning and Video Inspection of Watertown, S.D., has won the bid to perform the job. The matter is consid- ered a compliance issue with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. The project is expected to begin this autumn. Councilors considered and approved the pur- chase of a small piece of land that had been owned by Hull-based business- man Eric Punt in the alley between Main and Maple Streets. Van Roekel said this will give the city more room to put in the future city hall location. With this in mind, it appears the city will rebuild its offices at the location on Maple Street. Van Roekel said the city needs to final- ize plans with their engi- neer (Wayne Schlotfeldt of Le Mars) and bid letting could take place as early as next month. The pool committee is still working toward finish- ing the Donor Wall at the new aquatic center in Hull's Westside Park. A formal rib- bon-cutting ceremony will occur at a date later this summer. Several permits were okayed. Pleasant Acres Care Center was approved to build a 10x15-foot storage shed. Annual cigarette-selling permits were issued to Casey's Convenience Store, Cenex, The Station and Family Bowl and Carl}. Resident Julie Mesman was approved a Class B native wine permit. A Class B wine permit, by state code, allows a com- mercial establishment to sell wine for off-premises consumption in original unopened containers. No sales by the drink are allowed. PUBLIC NOTICE Antidegradation Alternatives Analysis for Hull Wastewater Facilities Improvements Notice Date: June 20, 2012 Notice is hereby given that the City of Hull has completed a draft anti- degradation alternatives analysis for discharge of treated wastewater to an unnamed creek to an unnamed creek to Burr Oak Creek to the Rock River. The existing wastewater treatment facilities in the City of Hull need to be upgraded due to violations of ammo- nia effluent limits. The action being considered is construction of a SAGR Wastewater Treatment System while keeping the existing aerated cells on line. The Rock River has been given a classification for the protection of both recreational and aquatic life uses CA1, B(WW-1)). Anyone wishing to comment on the proposed treatment alternative must do so in writing within 30 days of the date shown at the top of this notice. Comments may be submit- ted to the Owner's Representative, DGR & Associates Company, Michael Leuthold, 1302 South Union Street, Rock Rapids, IA 51246, mleuthold@, by hand delivery, mail or email. Copies of this notice and the draft antidegradation alternatives analysis are on file and available for public inspection at the Hull City Office, 517 Main Street. Copies of this informa- tion may be requested by contacting the Owner's Representative at 712- 472-2531 or the above email address. The Owner will submit a summary of comments received and the Owner's responses to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources with the final alter- natives analysis subject to IDNR review and approval. S0620-I f0r t0m0rr0ws w0rld Public Auction Friday Morning June 29, 2012 Sale Time 10:30 AM i Orthopedic Institute is proud to announce that Dr. Corey Rothrock will see patien in Rock Valley. i Ii ;eneral Description: This high producing 160 +/- acre farm has 147.2 acres in current production with the balance in an existingacreage, waterway, and roadway. The farm is in a corn/soybean rotation and is in a great state of fertility. The predominant soil types are Primghar and Galva. The Corn Suitability Rating (CSR) average for the entire farm is 73. According to the information provided by the Sioux County Farm Service Agency (FSA), the Corn Base acres are 69.7 with a Direct Yield of 106 bushels and a CC yield of 161 bushels. The Soybean Base acres are 60.0 with a Direct Yield of 39 bushels and a CC yield of 47 bushels. There is also an Oats Base of 6.0 acres with a Direct Yield of 77 bushels. This farm is non-HEL. The existing acreage has 2 older buildings and a small grove of trees. The acreage has Rural Water and electricity and is located on Blacktop K-42 (Garfield Ave). Note: This farm will be offered as an entire 160 acre tract and will not be offered in separate tracts. Legal Description: North//2 of the North I/2, Section 35, Plato Township, Sioux County, lowa. Taxes:The current real estate taxes are 53166 per year (Subject to change). Taxes will be prorated to the date of possession. Possession: November 14, 2012 Terms: 10% down payment is required at the conclusion of the auction.The remaining balance will be due and payable on or before November 14, 2012 when the clear and marketable Abstract of Title will be presented to the buyer. The cash rent payments for the 2012 crop year will be credited to the buyer.The buyer must agree to the terms of the current lease which expires March 1, 2013. The tenant has the right to harvest their 2012 crops until March 1, 2013. Sale of land is subject to the conformation of the owners. Any announcements made the day of sale will take precedence over written material. Information: For further information please contact the auctioneers. (Informational booklets are available by contacting the auctioneers.) Pete P011ema Hull, IA 712-470-4724 Kiel Family Trust, owner Auctioneers: Clark Ahders Rock Rapids, IA 712-472-2005 or 712-470-4700 & JUNE HOME OWNERSHIP MONTH REGISTER TO WIN I In honor of June being Homeownership Month our experienced loan "savers" are looking to Rive away some special "Su mrner Fu n" packages. One prize package per bank office.* June 1 - 29, 2012 details. is for some summer fun.. "month With incredibly low rates and some of the best low closing costs arour ... we can help you /,C,I/, " on your home loan!j" " Just drop in so we can "jump" in and help you save on your loan with one of our experienced Sioux Center . Hospers , Granville Alvord . Hull June Home Ownershrp Summer Fun package giveaway begins June I and ends June 29, 2012. Register at any bank office location during regular business hours. One prize package giwn awgy ,ach bank office location. No purchase or account needed to enter or win. Need not be present to win. Chances of winning are dependent on the number of entries, For more information contact American State Bank at 752.722.484B, or ernai] at mailbox 211651C Orthopedic Institute has gained a reputation as the region's most trusted name in comprehensive orthopedic care. We're happy to have another gifted specialist, Dr. Corey Rothrock, see patients in Rock Valley, beginning June 18. Dr. Rothrock is Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgenj. He specializes in hip and knee joint replacement, revision surgery and general orthopedics. He has completed advanced training in minimally invasive knee and anterior hip replacement, pelvic and acetabular fracture surgery. Dr. Rothrock will see patients in Rock Valley at Hegg Memorial @ 9NI sTi_iOPgDi q Hospital, located at 1202 21 st Avenue. No referral necessary. To schedule an appointment, please call 712-476-8000. 810 E. 23RD ST., sIoUX FALLS, SD I WWW.ORTHOPEDICINSTITUTESF.COM The One To Trust 1120 8th Ave, Sheldon, IA % Thursday and Friday 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. 'i,,';-i  Saturday 8:00 a.m. - noon (most items half price) ]iii ANTIQUES Carom/Board Games Patio Set Wheel Barrel Dishes/silverware Sewing Machine and Cabinet Room Dividers Gas Powered Edger China (Pink Rose Ballerina) Maytag WringerWasher Desk, Hall Tree 1 1/2 ton Engine Jack Watt Ware, Crocks, National HOUSEHOLD iV/TV Cabinet Table Saw Geographies (1970's) Small Appliances * Aluma LTD Trailer 65x120 Ariens Snow Blower Popular Mechanics (1950's..) All Kitchen Items * RIG Airplane with parts & Rakes, Hoes, Shovels... Coal Bucket Humidifier motors and aerial maps Hydraulic Jacks Water Can 2 Leather Rockers w/Ottomans * Yamaha Clavinova YPF-70 Air Compressor Comic and Children's Books Vacuums * La-Z-Boy Dual Recliner Sofa Fertilizer Spreader Fisher Price Toys (great Air Mattress * Sleep Number Queen Bed Creeper condition) Tread Mill, Exercise Equipment * Airplane Pedal Car Nelson Tractor Sprinkler Johnny West Cowboy & Horse Radios and Stereo * Kitchen Aid Refrigerator, Gas Grill Fire King/Enamel ware Office Supplies S[ove and Microwave Fire Proof File Cabinet on Pictures Holiday Decor TOOLS Wheels 1957 Wedding Dress Luggage, Books, Magazines Hand Tools Garmin GPS Cedar Chest (lots) Craftsman Tool Box Space Heater Bench Grinder There are way too may items to mention-Items listed are a small representation of everything to be sold ** A number system will be used on Thursday. Come early to get your number- a limited amount of people will be allowed in the house at one time. Upcoming Tag & Estate Sale of Stan & Marian Brower will be June 28 & 29 507 7th Ave, Sheldon, IA Sisters Inc. Tag and Estate Sale Services Laura Kats 712-324-1284Twyla DeJong 712-460-0185 Contact us to be your auction alternative Equal d00ts for ears. \\;,hen people get vision problems, they #'t their eyes q,, "';'" ,-4 tested. Why wont people with hearing loss get their \\;}  . ., ears tested? Correcting hearing loss is as easy as correcting your vision, So stand up for your ears toda> Go see a hearing health professional to find out the options available to return you to he world of sound, For a fiee "Gtdde to Beter Hearing" and olhcr twlp call or isit B TTER HEARI 1-800-EARwELL  N S T I T U T E {)2007 Better Hearing Institute Advocates fi r Arnrlcas ears