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Ag Production Workers Needed
Progressive farm needs full time help. Housing available. CDL Preferred. Must pass drug screen.
515-824-3238
or email
traskfarms@gmail.com
The New Ulm Journal
34 - 435250

Drivers Needed
Drivers needed immediately for Hauling livestock locally. Must have clean CDL and be able to pass drug test. 515-824-3238
The New Ulm Journal
34 - 435249


Part-time / Full-time
help needed on local dairy farm. With
livestock and cropping operations. Experience preferred, references
required. 507-773-4544
The Fairmont Sentinel
34 - 435263

Part-time Maintenance Tech. Must have valid DL and own tools.
Previous building maintenance experience and Class C boiler license (or ability to obtain) preferred.
Background check
required.
Apply in person at
Fairmont Square
1205 Victoria St.
The Fairmont Sentinel
34 - 435246

Drivers needed for the Spring Season.
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endorsement is
required. Clean MVR. Must pass Drug Screen and DOT
physical. Home every night. Apply in person at Rosen's Inc.
1120 Lake Ave
The Fairmont Sentinel
34 - 435193

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The New Ulm Journal
34 - 434580

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The New Ulm Journal
34 - 434585

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The New Ulm Journal
34 - 434572

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The New Ulm Journal
34 - 434574

ATTENTION SPORTS-MINDED INDIVIDUALS:

The New Ulm Journal is looking for a person knowledgeable in sports to join our staff part-time. Applicants should possess strong writing skills and be able to work quickly. Duties include taking phone calls and writing up brief summaries of games. There is also a possibility of covering games. Because the prep schedule is busiest Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday nights, you may have to work three nights a week and some weekends. Hours are generally from 8 p.m.-11 p.m., depending on the season. Experience is a plus but not necessary.
For more information stop by The Journal
office at 303 North Minnesota Street and fill out an application, or call 507-359-2911.

The New Ulm Journal
34 - 434562

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The New Ulm Journal
34 - 434573

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The New Ulm Journal
34 - 392081

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The Marshall Independent
34 - 343482

OGDEN NEWSPAPERS, INC. does not endorse or accept responsibility for any claims, products or services expressed or implied in advertisements within this publication. If you have questions or concerns, first contact the vendor of the product or service. If you do not get results, you may choose to contact your local or state Better Business Bureau.
The Faribault County Register
34 - 57

NOTE TO READERS! In order to avoid misunderstandings, some advertisers do not offer employment. Most of them sell information on manuals, directories and other materials designed to help their clients establish mail order selling and other businesses at home.
The Faribault County Register
34 - 56