FREE WOOD pallets behind Miles City Star in parking lot. WOOD ones only.
BOILERMAKERS LOCAL 11 is looking for Helpers to become Boilermakers Apprentices. To qualify you must pick up an Apprenticeship Application on the first Wednesday of the month. Please call our office for details at 406-227-8757. Ask for Dave or Jess
MILES CITY Kmart reunion May 30, 2015, Riverside Park 12noon to 4pm. Sloppy joes, chips, pop provided. Pleas bring a salad or desert. Pass the word any ?’s call 406-234-6836
THE LOCAL Hotline for Domestic violence and sexual assault. 1-800-799-7233. All day, all night, toll-free
109 Lost & Found
RED, TAN and white coon hound mix. Red collar, 5 months old, named Chewy. Lost May 22 on Sheffield road. 301-395-9174
200 Help Wanted
BOOKKEEPER/OFFICE ASSISTANT. Good people skills, accounting experience and computer skills are required. Send resume to Office Manager, PO Box 430, Miles City, MT 59301
EXTENSION AGENT, Rosebud & Treasure Counties, Forsyth, MT. Will provide leadership for Agriculture and 4-H educational programs. Bachelor’s degree in ag production or closely related field required, Master’s preferred. Screening of applications begins 6/15/15. For complete description and to apply online, visit http://msuextension.org/jobs or contact Linda Shott at (406) 994-1752, firstname.lastname@example.org. ADA/EO/AA/ Veterans Preference.
211 Farm/Ranch Help
DOUGLAS FITTERER, New England, ND, needs 2 temporary (07/10/15–12/15/15) Equipment Operators. Set, operate & maintain equip. to spray, fertilize, harvest & haul crops. General farm related duties: welding, shop work, servicing equip. & facility maintenance. 6 months exp., driver’s license in 30 days. $13.59p/h. Applicants may be offered higher than the advertised wage rate due to experience or merit. Hours above 40 per week may be offered, but are not guaranteed. Free tools, transport & housing if not within reasonable transport to jobsite, 3/4ths guaranteed. Transport & subsistence expenses to worksite paid at 50% of the contract. Apply at the nearest ND Job Service office, phone: 701-227-3100, refer to job order #409647.
SCHOTT FARMS, Kulm, ND, needs 2 temporary (7/20/15-12/01/15) Farmworkers. Set, maintain & operate equip. to plant, till, fertilize, harvest, & haul crops. Perform post-harvest tillage duties. General farm duties: servicing equip. & farm maintenance. 6 months exp., driver’s license in 30 days. $13.59p/h. Applicants may be offered higher than the advertised wage rate due to experience or merit. Hours above 40 per week may be offered, but are not guaranteed. Free tools, transport & housing if not within reasonable transport to jobsite. 3/4ths guaranteed. Transport & subsistence expenses to worksite paid at 50% of the contract. Apply at nearest ND Job Service office, phone: 701-253-6200, refer to job order #409938.
AFAB SUMP & Septic 7 days a week. Call Howard at 406-853-0199
D&D HOME Improvement for all your home care needs. Eco friendly. Licensed and insured. 406-853-4383, 406-234-2738
HOUSE CLEANING. References Available. prices vary by the house. Call Leslea. 406-853-6098
NORTHSTAR ELECTRIC Service. Commercial, residential, industrial. Emergency 24 hours service. Licensed and Insured. Noah Mahan, 406-934-WIRE(9473)
QUALITY SEPTIC & Sewer. 24/7 service. Sewer unclogging, jetting and replacement. Septic cleaning. Portable toilet rentals. Don’t wait until it’s too late Licensed and insured. 406-234-2191, 406-853-2191
RAY’S SHALLOW Well cleaning. Call 234-0119. If no answer, leave message.
TREE TRIMMING and removal. Small-medium size. Yard work, odd jobs. Free estimate. Call Dee 234-4738
300 Misc. for Sale
50 GALLON Whirlpool gas hot water heater. Used two months, 40,000 BTU/HR, 12 year warranty to original owner when purchased. Replacement value of approx. $700, asking $200. 406-351-1281
COLOR COPIES - Star Printing Supply Co. 406-233-1180
WANT TO save or protect an important document? We can laminate it for you - Credit card size up to 11”x17”. Star Printing and Supply, 818 Main. 406-233-1180.
307 Pets & Supplies
KELLY DODGE Tarr basic dog obedience classes start June 22nd. 8 week course. For details call 232-4349
NEW ZEALAND (meat type) rabbits and used rabbit equipment for sale. Call Tom Yeager in Terry, MT 406-635-2683
ENJOY CALVING TIME AND SLEEP NIGHTS. GET A HEIFER BULL FOR HEIFERS. GUARANTEED 65LB BIRTHWEIGHT. CALL 406-554-3577 OR 406-853-3706
FOR SALE Registered Black Angus Yearling Bulls. Private treaty. Large Sire Groups. Performance, Fertility tested. Delivery Available. Trangmoe Angus Ranch Glendive, Mt (406)687-3315 or (406)989-3315
315 Wanted to Buy
WANTED: DEER & Elk antlers. Brown or white. Sheds, racks, mounts. Toll Free 1-866-245-9139 or, 406-853-6554
500 Houses for Rent
1 BEDROOM house, $500 rent, $500 deposit plus utilities. No smoking, no pets. 406-853-1250
FOR RENT, 2 bedroom, 1 bath house. New carpet, new tile floors, washer, dryer, quiet street, big yard, pets ok. 815 N 5th St. $900 monthly, $500 deposit. 852-4495
LARGE 2 bedroom, 2 bath. Fireplace, beautiful deck, washer, dryer. Newly remodeled. $990 monthly, $900 deposit, 618 Wells. 852-4495
SMALL 2 bedroom house, newly redone, 1 block off Main Street. No Smoking, No pets, your pay your own utilities. 232-0255, leave message
UPDATED 3 bedroom house. $1300 monthly plus utilities, water and garbage. $1300 deposit No smoking, no pets. 406-853-1250
501 Apartments for Rent
ONE BEDROOM apartment for rent, furnished or unfurnished. 3 blocks north of downtown. On-site laundry, off-street parking. Heat, water, trash paid by landlord. Electric paid by tenant. MUST have references. $350 + deposit. 853-2556
REMODELED STUDIO, 1 bedroom, and 2 bedroom apartments. No smoking, No pets. Call Nancy 951-1042
502 Mobiles for Rent
3 BEDROOM 1 1/2 bath. Available June 15. $675 monthly plus deposit. 852-6153
504 Commercial for Rent
RETAIL SPACE available near Post Office. $650.00 per month, $500.00 deposit. Available immediately. 232-3664 or 951-0895
505 Misc for Rent
J&J STORAGE has units of all sizes for rent. 406-232-4910 or 406-951-4409
805 Camping Equip.
2002 COLEMAN bumper pull, pop-up with A/C, furnace, slide out, toilet, shower. 853-2404
Montana sixteenth Judicial District Court
In The Matter of The Estate of
Alene G. Hoye,
Probate No DP-2015-10
Notice To Creditors
Notice Is Hereby Given that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above-named estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are reuired to present their claims within four (4) months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred.
Claims must either be mailed to Bryant S. Martin, the Personal Representative, return receipt requested, c/o Lucas & Tonn, P.C., Attorneys at Law, P.O. Box 728, Miles City, Montana 59301, or filed with the Clerk of the above-entitled Court.
DATED May 22, 2015.
Patricia L. Matthews
Lucas & Tonn, P.C.
Attorneys for Estate
By: Bryant S. Martin
(Published May 29, June 5, and 12, 2015)
Montana Sixteenth Judicial District Court, Custer County
In The Matter of The Estate Of
Elizabeth "Betty: T. McCourt,
Cause No. DP 2015-17
Michael B. Hayworth District Judge
Notice To Creditors
Bryan E. McCourt Gives Notice that he has been appointed personal representative of the estate of Elizabeth "Betty" T. McCourt. All persons having claims against the estate are required to present their claims no later than four months from the date of the first publication of this Notice or said claims will be forever barred.
Claims must either be mailed to the personal representative, return receipt requested, in care of counsel at the address set forth below or filed with the Clerk of the above-entitled Court.
I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the state of Montana that the foregoing is true and correct.
DATED: May 5, 2015.
Bryan E. McCourt
Janette Krutzfeldt Jones
Krutzfeldt & Jones, LLP
Attorneys at Law
507 Pleasant Street
Miles City, MT 59301
Attorney for Bryan E. McCourt.
(Published May 29, June 2, and 9, 2015)
Invitation to Bid:
Ekalaka Public Schools, Jackson Contractor Group, and JGA Architects Engineers Planners PC, are pleased to offer you the opportunity to propose upon BID SCHEDULE #2 for Ekalaka Public Schools Bids will be accepted for the following bid package items:
2.2A – Sitework, Excavation & Utilities Complete
2.2B – Selective Building Demolition
2.2C – Asphalt Paving
2.3A – Furnish & Install Cast-In-Place Structural Concrete, Sidewalks & Reinforcement
2.3B – Furnish & Install Concrete Floor Finishes
2.4A – Furnish & Install Modular Masonry Systems
2.5A – Furnish all Miscellaneous Metal Pipe and Tube Railings, Mezzanine Structural Framing, Decking, Supports, Clips, & Attachments to Pre-Engineered Metal BuildingFraming.
2.5B – Install all Miscellaneous Metal Pipe and Tube Railings, Mezzanine Structural Framing, Decking, Supports, Clips, & Attachments to Pre-Engineered Metal Building Framing
2.6A – Furnish & Install Rough Carpentry, Wall Sheathing, and Miscellaneous Blocking
2.6B – Furnish & Install Interior Architectural Woodwork
2.7A – Furnish & Install Rigid Insulation
2.7B – Furnish & Install General Building Insulation Not Related With Pre-Engineered Metal Building Insulation
2.7C – Furnish & Install Thermoplastic Polyolefin Roofing
2.7D – Furnish & Install Sheet Metal Flashings & Trim
2.7E – Furnish & Install Applied Fireproofing
2.7F – Furnish & Install Joint Sealants
2.7G – Furnish & install Polymer-Based Exterior Insulation and Finish System (EIFS)
2.8A – Furnish & Install Doors, Frames, Hardware and Access Doors
2.8B – Furnish & Install Service Windows
2.8C – Furnish & Install Metal Clad Wood Windows
2.8D – Furnish & Install Glazing
2.9A – Furnish & Install Non-Structural Metal Framing, & Gypsum Board Assemblies
2.9B – Furnish & Install Gypsum Board
2.9C – Furnish & Install Flooring Including Entrance Floor Mats
2.9D – Furnish & Install Ceramic Tiling
2.9D – Furnish & Install ACT/Suspended Ceilings
2.9E – Furnish & Install Painting
2.9F – Furnish & Install Textured Acrylic Coating
2.10A – Furnish & Install Specialties
2.11A – Furnish & Install Division 11, Gymnasium Equipment
2.12A – Furnish & Install Division 12, Telescoping Gym Seats
2.14A – Furnish & Install Hydraulic Elevators
2.21A – Furnish & Install Fire Sprinkler Systems
2.22A – Furnish & Install Plumbing Systems & Mechanical Piping
2.23A – Furnish & Install HVAC Mechanical Ductwork Systems
2.26A – Furnish & Install Electrical Lighting & Power Systems, Including Fire Alarm (Division 283111), and Data/ Communications
BID DATE AND TIME OF JUNE 10th, 2015 AT 2:00PM MST IS FIRM.
Bids are to be delivered to:
Ekalaka School District 15
111 West Speelmon St.
P.O. Box 458, Ekalaka MT 59324
The Contract Documents may be viewed at the following locations:
Builders Exchange of Billings
Bozeman Builders Exchange
Butte Builders Exchange
Great Falls Builder Exchange
Missoula Plans Exchange
Bids are to be delivered in a sealed envelope utilizing bid form provided via mail, or hand delivered. FAXED BIDS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Public Bid Opening will follow. No Bidder may withdraw his Bid for at least sixty (60) days after the scheduled time for receipt of bids, except as noted in the instructions to bidders. The owner and construction manager reserve the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive any formality or technicality submitted and to accept the proposal which best serves the interests of the Owner.
Each bidder is required to have a valid Montana Public Contractor’s Registration/license in the proper classification. The Contractor shall comply with all fair labor practices, must meet the requirements of the State Statutes and must pay the prevailing rate of wages to workers performing labor in accordance with the Specifications and other contract documents.
(Published May 22, 29, and June 5, 2015)
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: Miles Community College Endowment, Miles City, Montana has determined that an "Alternative Project Delivery Contract" is justified for construction of the new 36,000 square foot Agricultural Advancement Center, Miles City, Montana in that the project has significant complexity, presents significant time constraints and, the Construction Manager/General Contractor at risk (CM/GC) process will contribute to significant cost savings. The process will involve the following:
PHASE ONE: CM/GC’s submitting "Contractor Qualifications Questionnaire" for review under the " Construction Manager/General Contractor at risk " method of project delivery. The project team will review qualifications, references and Contractor mark-up as needed to select CM/GC’s qualified for Phase Two.
PHASE TWO: The project team will interview up to (3) qualified CM/GC’s and select one based on a combination of the Phase One CQQ, answers to interview questions, and other information learned during the interview.
PHASE THREE: The selected CM/GC will work with the Owner, Architect and consultants to provide systems & design input along with cost estimating for Design Development and Construction Documents. He will then propose a Guaranteed Maximum Price including schedule and proposed list of subcontractors for evaluation by the project team. After review and negotiations, a recommendation for final construction contract will be submitted to the Owner for approval.
DOCUMENTS: The Contractor Qualifications Questionnaire (CQQ) may be examined and/or obtained at the office of the MCC Endowment, 2715 Dickinson Street, Miles City MT 59301, phone 406 874 6165, or at the office of the Architect, Stevenson Design, 909 Main Street, Miles City, MT 59301, phone 406-234-0777. Schematic Drawings may be obtained from the Architect for reference during Phase Two.
DUE DATES: CQQ's from interested General Contractors must be returned to the MCC Endowment not later than June 10, 2015. A list of Contractors that submitted for consideration, as well as those selected for Phase Two interviews will be available by June 17, 2015. Interviews will be scheduled and held no earlier than July 1, 2015 and no later than July 24, 2015 to select a preferred CM/GC.
BY ORDER OF: Don Hartman, Chairman, Miles Community College Endowment, 2715 Dickinson Street, Miles City, MT 59301.
DATED this May 12, 2015.
(Published May 15, 22 & 29, 2015)
Mid-Rivers Telephone customers
Mid-Rivers Telephone Cooperative, Inc. offers local telephone services to subscribers throughout the Miles City telephone exchange. Where Mid-Rivers' facilities are not available, Mid-Rivers will offer resale of another carrier's services.
Mid-Rivers also offers two low-income telephone assistance programs as outlined on page 11 of our 2015 Montana/Dakota regional telephone Directory.
Lifeline provides Federal Universal Service support to reduce monthly service charges paid by qualifying low-income residential customers. Link-up provides Federal Universal Service support to reduce service connection and line extension charges paid by qualifying low-income residential customers residing on Tribal Lands. Eligibility standards for the above programs are determined by the Federal Communications Commission and state commissions.
Please contact the Mid-Rivers office in Miles City at 234-3336 or 1-800-452-2288 for further information.
(Published May 29, 2015)
REVENUE OF THE STATE OF MONTANA
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP FOR MONTANA ALL-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES LICENSE NO. 14-301-1478-001
On April 20, 2015, CNL, LLC - Members with 10% or more: Curtis Reed and Lorella L. "Lori" Reed, filed an application for the transfer of a license to be used at RECREATION LANES AND KEGLERS CLUB, 117 South 7th Street, Miles City, Custer County, Montana.
Protests against an application must be (1) made in writing, and (2) postmarked to the Department of Revenue, Office of Dispute Resolution, PO Box 5805, Helena, Montana 59604-5805 by 8th day of June, 2015. Protests will be accepted from residents of the county from which the application originates from, residents of adjoining Montana counties, or residents of adjoining counties in another state if the criteria in subsection 16-4-207, MCA, are met.
Each protestor is required to mail a separate letter of protest that contains in legible print, the protestor’s full name, mailing address, and street address. Each letter must be signed by the protestor. Protest petitions bearing the names and signatures of more than one protestor will not be considered. Protest letters must provide the license number, trade name, or applicant name associated with the license being protested for identification purposes. Protest letters must contain a clear statement of the writer’s intent to protest the application. The grounds for protest of an application for a transfer of location are limited to those set out in section 16-4-405, MCA, for a denial of a license, and public convenience and necessity as set out in section 16-4-203, MCA. If the protested application is for a transfer of ownership not involving a transfer of location, the grounds for protest are limited to those set out in section 16-4-405, MCA. Protest letters which do not provide the information described in this paragraph will not be considered valid protest letters. Only those grounds for protest raised in valid protest letters will be considered at hearing. An individual’s testimony will be limited to the grounds for protest raised in that individual’s valid protest letter.
If the department receives a sufficient number of protests to require a hearing pursuant to section 16-4-207(4)(a), MCA, a hearing will be scheduled in Helena, Montana. If the department receives a sufficient number of protests to require a hearing pursuant to section 16-4-207(4)(b), MCA, to determine public convenience and necessity, a hearing will be held in the county in which the proposed premises is located. All qualified protestors will be notified of the time, date and location of the hearing. Hearings are typically scheduled within 90 days following the protest deadline.
If a sufficient number of protests to require a hearing are not received and all licensing criteria have been satisfied, the department may issue the license without holding a hearing.
BY: Danette Tenneson
(Published May 22, and 29, 2015)