Drivers wanted, class A CDL, clean driving record, experience a plus, hourly pay. Kopp’s Turkey Sales, 513-367-4133. 3-tfc


Whitewater Processing, Harrison, Ohio, is now accepting applications for male/female workers, full and part time positions. 513-367-4133. 8-tfc


Franklin County Sheriff’s Department, 371 Main Street, Brookville: part time opening for cook’s position, pay rate $11.08 per hour, approximately 20 to 25 hours per week, evenings and weekends. No experience necessary. Apply within; no phone calls please. 19-2tc


Part time correspondent in the Oldenburg/Batesville area. Contact John by text or phone at 765-265-9219.

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Drivers wanted. Clean driving record. Experience a plus. Hourly pay. Kopp’s Turkey Sales, 513-367-4133. 12-tfc


Position available for meat cutter. Pay based on experience. Please call 812-623-0428 for information.

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Class A driver, van, tanker dump experience, cash. 1099 weekly pay, $800-$1,000 per week. Dennis, 513-535-7083, call or text.

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Accepting applications from smiling faces for all positions. Please apply in person (no Facebook messages or texts) at Pioneer Restaurant & Lounge, behind the courthouse.

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Love to care for your loved one. 40 years experience. Reasonable rates, have medical assisting degree. Please call 765-914-5463

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Local, honest and experienced. Junk or trash removal, barn or garage clean out, power wash, painting, home remodeling, roofing, landscaping. Call or text my cell at 513-312-0058. 20-3tp






Mobile home court, 2 and 3 bedrooms, $500 deposit. Call 812-532-0706. 18-4tp


2 bedroom apartment, appliances included, washer and dryer hook-up, $500/month plus deposit and references. Call 765-647-2410. 20-1tp


Brookville, newly renovated, two bedroom and one office, 2 baths, in country, new fridge, new stove and new dishwasher included, washer-dryer hook-up, large yard. No smoking. $750/month, $750/deposit. Leave message, 513-490-3890.19-2tp


WANTED TO RENT

1-2 bedroom mobile home or apartment. 1 person (widow), retired, heart nurse. Must allow pets. Some yard, if possible. Excellent references. 1-513-592-0785. 20-2tp






Oh so peaceful 85 acres, all woods, Lexington, Indiana. Water, electric and septic. $219,000. Contact 812-593-2948. 18-12tp


1 acre, mobile home ready site, with garage, driveway, septic system, electric, city water, $35,000. Dickson Road, Mount Carmel. Call Dennis, 513-535-7083.

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1 acre, bare, building lot, $20,000, 5 acres more land available if wanted. Dickson Road, Mount Carmel. Call Dennis, 513-535-7083.

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15 acres, mostly wooded, building site, excellent hunting and recreation, off road, very private. Dickson Road, Mount Carmel, $150,000. Call Dennis, 513-535-7083.

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Will buy and haul scrap cars and trucks. Phone 1-812-933-8151. 16-13tp


2003 Coachmen 29’ camper, excellent condition, asking $6,800. Call 765-458-7601. 18-tfnc


(2) ‘84 Olds Cutlass Hurst/Olds Sp. Ed., $7,000. 765-458-7601. 19-tfnc






Ford 9N tractor with original 6V system, $2,200 or best offer. Phone 765-698-2421. 20-1tp







FOR SALE

For Sale 2009 Ford E350 Small Transit Van with electric lift 249,000 miles- check engine light on leaking oil and antifreeze $2,500 or best offer. 2009 Ford E350 Small Transit Van with electric lift 193,000 miles Check engine light on leaking oil and antifreeze $2.500 or best offer. 2009 Ford E350 Small Transit Van with electric lift 250,000 miles check engine light on using oil and antifreeze $2,500 or best offer. Vans must go! Make me an offer! Contact Trish at Union County Transit 765-458-5500

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The family of Vivian Hundley wishes to thank family, friends and neighbors for the lovely cards, flowers, memorial donations and for coming to the funeral home at the time of her passing. 20-1tp


Thank you Sacred Heart of Jesus and St. Jude for prayers answered..

D. B.

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We would like to thank everyone for the thoughts, prayers and visits during the illness and passing of our father, Charlie “Wayne” Foster. Special thanks to Reverend Shackelford and to the nurses and aides at Brookville Healthcare Center who became our extended family over the past two years.

Wendy and Ray Mason

Angie and Dave Snyder

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Special thanks to Rescue 24 and EMS for your great help getting Bob to the hospital. For special prayers, cards and calls after his brain surgery at University Hospital. God bless you.

Bob Brack family

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The family of Alicia Higgs would like to express our gratitude for all the flowers, cards and memorials. Special thanks to St. Andrew’s Health Campus, Cook-Roseneberger Funeral Home, Father Danda and the American Legion Women’s Auxiliary.

Barb and Rick Ellis

Bonnie and Tom Foltz

Bill and Barb Higgs

and families

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The family of Doug Buell wishes to thank everyone for all their love and kindness over these past 4 months. First all the ones who crowded his apartment when he was taken on his first leg of his journey home. What a tribute to him. Scott, you were such a blessing to me when you cleaned out his apartment. I knew it was so hard for you. Special thanks to Shelley Dodson and Dana Hadden for your special words of comfort. Charlotte Telker, your organ music was with so much love. Kevin and Karen Bunch, and Scott Buell, your singing was so special, Doug would have cried with me. That brace on your arm didn’t hurt your playing at all Karen. To my church family, you were always there for me, Thanks for the meal and all the food. My special friend Geneva Floyd, you were there for me especially when we cleaned the church. You kept me grounded with your “Don’t go there Pat.”

To all special blessings.

The Family of Doug Buell.

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The Wayne County Soil and Water Conservation District would like to thank the volunteers and staff that worked Tox-A-Way Day on Saturday, May 5th. This collection of paints and solvents was held at the New Paris Pike Landfill and would not have been possible without the City of Richmond and Sanitary District allowing residents of Wayne and Union Counties the opportunity to properly dispose of these household hazardous waste items from around their house and property. There were 67 residents that participated in this special collection day. This event has helped to keep our environment cleaner for present and future use. Community volunteers: Mary Heyob and Jonathan Snyder. Wayne County SWCD Board Members, Staff: Scott McCarty, Eric Snyder, Steve Hayes Jr., Mindy Jordan, and Raquel Baker. Union County SWCD Board Member Allen Paddock. WUR SWMD Board Members: Gary Saunders, Mary Anne Butters, and Ron Itnyre. Employees of the Richmond Sanitary District: Darren Duncan, Sean Johnson, and Josh Melse.Funding for this event was provided by Wayne County Foundation, Georgia-Pacific Foundation Color Box, Wayne County SWCD, Union County SWCD and WUR SWMD. The use of the Household Hazardous Waste facility for this event was provided by the Richmond Sanitary District. Fruit and snacks were provided by Brad and Lisa Beach. Good News Habitat for Humanity collected the latex paint for recycling.If I have forgotten to mention any organization or individual, please know your help and time for this event was greatly appreciated and would not happen without you! Thank you!

Sincerely,

LuAnne Holeva

Conservation Education Coordinator

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Brookville Pregnancy Help Center. Free pregnancy tests, clothing, help to pregnant women, abortion information and alternatives. No charge. Confidential. 512 Main Street, front or rear entrance. No appointment needed. 647-2029. 3-tfc






Multi-Family Garage Sale May 18 and 19, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at 2041 Johnson Fork Road, West Harrison. Antiques, Magnus chord organ, skeeball, FP little people, miscellaneous.

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Garage Sale at 560 East 6th Street; Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 20-1tp


Moving Sale May 25, 26 and 27, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., at 3015 Johnson Fork Road, West Harrison, IN. 20-2tp


Yard Sale Friday, May 18, and Saturday, May 19, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. both days; 617 Main Street, Brookville, behind ETC and MiLady’s. Girls’ and boys’ clothes, men and women’s clothes, scrubs, toys, games and household items, Miss Me jeans and Silver Tab jeans, large dresser, desk, Homak tool chest and much more. If raining, will be cancelled.

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Garage Sale starts May 16 at 8:30 a.m. Will have until May 25. When garage door is up – I’m open. Or call 647-6506. Carol Lohrey, 12099 St. Mary’s Road. Farm past Burkhart’s Plumbing. Lots of things – 10 people’s stuff for sale! 20-1tp


Huge Yard Sale at 5214 Highland Center Road; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Multi Family Yard Sale, Saturday May 19th 8 a.m - 3 p.m. East Village Rd (It’s off of Liberty Pike). Kids clothing, toys, antiques, furniture, decorations, miscellaneous.

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Yard Sale Saturday May 19th 8 a.m - 4 p.m. Went through closets and cabinets. Most all is $.25 or $1 or will be marked if higher. Women’s clothes xl-2x and household goods. Please come. 214 Willow St.

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Yard Sale Saturday, May 19th 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Furniture, antique glass, home decor too much to mention. 606 W. Westcott St. Take 44 West right onto Slonneger St and follow signs

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Yard Sale 404 W High St Lots of household items. May 19th and 20th Saturday and Sunday 7 a.m.-2 p.m.

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