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.4 1 Buy, sell, notify, employ, through... ...The Classifieds... .We are pledged to the let- :ter and spirit of Virginia's and HUD's equal opport- unity housing policies. :Virginia's fair housing law makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, na- tional origin, sex, elderly- ness, familial status or handicap. This newspaper will not knowingly accept advertising for real estate that violates the fair hous- ing law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. For more information ab- out Virginia's Fair Hous- ifig Law or to file a fair housing complaint, call the Virginia Fair Housing Of- fice at (804) 367-8530. Toll free call (888) 551- 3247. For the hearing im- paired, call (804) 527- 4290. ' Houses for Sale or Rent HOUSE FOR RENT: 3 BR, Castlewood area. -Verifiable income, refer- ences and rental applica- tion required. 762-5261. l-8-tfncg Apartments for Rent FOR RENT: Brand new apartments available for rent in Lebanon Call 889- 2410, 9 to 5 Monday thru Fiday. 12-11-tfncg Ap. ARTMENTS FOR RENT: Two bedrooms. Castlewood area. 762- 7533, 356-3701 or 619- 3701. 7-24-tfncg FOR RENT: Efficiency Apartment next to Castlewood High School.- Water furnished. With kitchen and bath. Call 276- 275-7667 or 276-328- 2455. l-8-tfncg FOR RENT: One 2- bedroom apartment; One 3-bedroom apartment. Sto- ve, refrigerator included. Castlewood, 3 miles from St. Paul. Steve Stewart 276.762.5491. 1-8-4tcg Mobile Homes for Sale or Rent FOR RENT: Mobile home, located in St. Paul, VA. References and deposit. No pets. Call 762-7159. 12-11-tfncg PM Eastern Standard Time. Bids will be placed in a sealed envelope clearly marked with vehicle name and number. The Purchaser understands that all items sold by the Town of St. Paul are used items. All items listed for sale are sold "as is" with no warranties of any kind, expressed or implied. It is the purchaser's responsi- bility to conduct such in- vestigations and inspect- ions of the purchased items/equipment, as the purchasers deem necessary to satisfy themselves as to the condition of the purchased items/equip- ment, and will rely solely upon same and not upon any information provided by or on behalf of seller or any representative of seller. Purchaser assumes the risk that adverse matters, including but not limited to, construction defects, wear and tear, damage to the equipment ...they work dipping cabinet, freezers, refrigerators, displays, point-of-sale equipment, & more, Inspection by appointment only, Morley's Auction & Realty Group, 804-232-3300, VAAL #16 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, January 15, 2009 Page 7 Help Wanted RUSSELL COUNTY Pub- lic Schools. Notice of Per- sonnel Vacancy. Positions: Driver Education Behind the Wheel Instructors. Position Site: Castlewood High, Honaker High and Lebanon High. Qualifi- cations: Applicants must possess a valid Virginia driver's license with a good driving record and possess or be able to obtain a Virginia Department of Education Driver Educa- tion certificate. Closing of Applications: 12:00 noon, Friday, January 30, 2009. Interested persons should send a letter and/or resume to C. Michael Puckett, As- sistant Superintendent, Russell County Public Schools, P.O. Box 8, Lebanon, Virginia 24266 or fax to 276-889-6508. The Russell County School Board, is an equal opport- unity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, national origin, color, age, or con- dition of disability in its employment practices. 1-15-2tcgL Miscellaneous for Sale 45,000sf. 10 Mixed-Use Units. Prime location at Center of Downtown Lynchburg (203 Ninth/Main). Auction: Friday, January 30, noon. Magnificent, 7- story Classical Building. 800-780-2991(VAFF93) 100% RECESSION PROOF! Do you earn $800 in a day? Your own local candy route Includes 25 Machines and Candy. All for $9,995. 1-888-745- 3354. A NEW COMPUTER and other adverse physical conditions may not have been revealed by pur- chaser's investigations. The Town of St. Paul reserves the right to reject any or all bids. 1-15-2tcgL Notice Russell County Provided by the Russell County Extension Office Your Russell County Unit of the Virginia Tech and Virginia State Extension Division Cornelia Estep, Scott Jessee, Donna Meade and Bill Worrell presents this week's Extension News. Our office is located on 131 East Main Street, Lebanon, VA. Check out our Virginia Tech Public Website Address: Extension Calendar of Events: January 15: Virginia Forage and Grasslands Council, Winter Meet, "Optimizing Livestock and Forage Efficiency" January 15: FARM Market- ing I01, Virginia Highlands Community College 6:30 p.m. January 19: FARM Market- ing 101, Virginia Highlands Community College 6:30 p.m. If you need information about any of the listed events, please call the Extension Office at (276) 889-8056. Scott Jessee - Agriculture STAY OUT OF THE MUD! Round bales of hay and cheap commercial fertilizer have certainly made beef cattle pro- duction much easier. With two years of drought and a tre- mendous increase in fertilizer price, many producers are re- evaluating their winter feeding systems. Unrolling round bales of hay (as opposed to setting them in a concentrated feeding Unit' s Extension news feeding areas, cows have to walk through mud to get to feed. In many instances, MUD (mud, urine, and dung) splash onto their udders. When calves nurse, they automatically get a mouthful of MUD. This often leads to scours caused by E. Coli, rotavirus, and coronavirus. Keeping udders clean and calves on dry ground greatly reduces the incidence of scours. Manure is more evenly distributed on the pasture. The value of animal manures and their distribution over a farm can not be overlooked. Over a year, a 1,100 pound cow will produce over 13 tons of manure. The nutrient analysis of cow manure per ton is 12-5-13. If a cow is fed for 4.5 months during the winter, she will produce approximately 5 tons of manure. The analysis of 5 tons of manure would be 60- 25-65. Although some of the nitrogen will be lost as ammonia, all of the phosphorus and potassium will be plant available. If this analysis was purchased at today's commercial prices, the manure from one cow ts worth well over $125.00. Getting the manure evenly distributed on a farm will greatly improve productivity during the next year. There are some days that setting bales out individually is best (raining, freezing/thaw- Energy Managemem section of the guide includes the energy audit workbook and energy solutions database, significant tools in implementing energy cost-saving solutions Whether you utilize the resources from Alliance to Save Energy, Energy Information Administration, En- ergy Star, National Association of Manufacturers, Energy Services Tools developed by Washington State University, or the U.S. Department of Energy your company will expand its thinking on energy options. This section of the guide also links you to the Energy Policy Act of 2005. Renewable Energy Renewable energy has everyone's attention. Those interested in biodiesel fuel can visit the National Biodiesel Board's website. Would you like to know what type of biomass will convert into valuable fuels or more about ethanol? Several sites related to this topic are listed within the Renewable En- ergy section. You also have ac- cess to information on hydrogen, hydropower, methane, solar, and wind energy. Energy & the Middle School Student Virginia's middle school students are responsible for understanding energy concepts as part of the Virginia Standards of Learning. The Energy & the Middle School Student section of the guide provides both students and teachers with resources to assist them in reaching this goal. Students will enjoy exploring the Energy Hog Challenge sponsored by Alliance to Save Energy and the Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals, and Energy. Educators will want to use the Alternative Fuels Data Center to find activities, curri- cula suggestions, and workbooks on fuels and vehicles. There also are new ideas for science projects, information about renewable energy, and even get instructions on how to build a renewable energy project. Partners Virginia Cooperative Exten- sion in partnership with Appal- achian Power, the Virginia De- partment of Mines, Minerals and Energy, and the Virginia Mary- land Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives invites you to explore every website, gather the information you need, and implement your own actiyj- ties to reduce energy consump--ll tion and expand your knowledge on energy options. For a complete list of these resources contact the Extension Office. EXPANDED DOLLAR DEPT. Hundreds of items, Household items, toys, tools, food items only $1 each. Big M, 762-5956. 5-6-tfncgL GRAY SEAL PAINT, Interior and Exterior. Let us mix the perfect color for you. Over 1300 colors to choose from. Big M, 762- 5956. 5-6-tfncgL CARPETS AND RUGS. Free estimates on any size job. For all flooring needs. Big M, 762-5956. 5 -6,tfncgL Notice PUBLIC NOTICE Alltel Corporation is pro- posing to build a 199-foot Telecommunications Mo- nopole West of yd Aven- ue, Saint Paul, VA 24283. Public comments regarding potential effects from this site on historic properties may be submitted within 30-days from the date of this publication to: Tanya Chetyrkina, Wireless Pro- jects, Environment Re- sources Management, 30775 Bainbridge Road, Suite 180, Solon, OH 44139, e-mail: public comments@,dotrigh, tele#: 1-440-264- 1261. 1-15-1tcgL NEW OAKWOOD 28x76, sheetrock throughout, 4 bedroom, 2 bath, den and living room, fireplace and - TOWN OF ST. PAUL, porch! Reduced $10,000! VIRGINIA Call 276-679-1100. SURPLUS EQUIPMENT 1-15-4tcgL SALE The Town of St. Paul is FOR RENT: 2 bedroom accepting sealed bids on mobile home, 9420 Dante the following vehieles/eq- MOuntain Road in Martin- uipment: Two (2) GMC town. Heat pump. Re- Dump Trucks; Two (2) ferences and security Henderson Spreaders, and deposit required. Call 276- One (1) Dodge Intrepid 393-6509. 2004 (This is a police 1-8-2tpd vehicle. All graphics, warning lights, radios, RV Spots siren, cage etc. will be removed from the vehicle RV SPOTS FOR RENT, before transfer of owner- full hook-ups. Private lot. ship to the purchaser). The 276-275-7667 or 276-328- deadline for submitting 2455. bids will be Friday, 12-25-tfncg February 13, 2009 at 4:00 Notice CLEAN UP FIX UP PAINT UP - FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS, GO TO St. Peul Builders & Su Co., Inc, The Town of St. Paul is currently seeking applica- tions for Waste Water Plant Operator. The appli- cants must possess a Class III or higher operators certification. We will ac- cept resumes if they are accompanied by an appli- cation from the Town Hall. Applications will be ac- cepted through January 31, 2009 at the Town Hall located at 16531 Russell Street or by mail at PO Box 66, St. Paul, Virginia 24283. The Town of St. Paul is an equal opport- unity employer. 1 - 15-2tegL Ad Network NOW! ! l Brand Name laptops & desktops. Bad or NO Credit -No Problem. 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This prevents the complete destruction of the sod (also helps decreases soil erosion). When the sod is not troyed, weed populations (spiny'pigweed and thistles) are greatly decreased. Reseeding. Unrolling hay helps to reseed pastures and meadows. As the bales unroll, the seeds are instantly scattered. As the cows walk around, seeds are pressed into the soil. This is an easy way to reseed areas that died during the drought. Incidence of scours in young animals is decreased When bales of hay are placed in concentrated ing/slick ground, etc.) Carefully evaluate field conditions when feeding during the winter. Donna Meade - Family and Consumer Science Using the Energy Resource Guide for Virginia Website (Part II) Energy is one of the hottest topics being discussed among Virginians. Whether it is the cost of fuel or how to reduce our consumption of an energy sour- ce, we are all searching for new ideas. 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