The Automotive Service Writer acts as the liaison between customers and the service department to ensure timely and accurate service and build customer relationships
Mid-County Auto, Truck & Tire Center a full service, well established, auto, truck and tire repair center on Hwy 212 in Cologne, MN is seeking beginner or experienced auto service writers. Full-time 40-45 hours, excellent benefits, competitive wage based on experience.
To apply contact Mike at (952) 466-3710 or email@example.com
Mid-County Agronomy is seeking a proven manager to lead a growing and team oriented full-service agronomy department for a well established cooperative. Candidate will be responsible for all aspects of the department including staff, sales, marketing, new customer development, equipment and customer relationships.
Candidate should have agricultural related education and significant work experience with the desire to lead and manage.
For more information, or to apply call Scott at 952-466-3721 or email BillR@midcountycoop.com
Mail resumes to:
700 W. Lake, PO Box 177, Cologne, MN 55322
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WAVERLY- At a meeting this evening, May 12, the Waverly City Council struggled to make a decision about the fate of this year’s Waverly Daze celebration.
After a lengthy discussion, the council did regretfully decide to cancel the town celebration.
The council also agreed to use an already-contracted fireworks show on a Friday or Saturday night in August, pending vendor availability, and social distancing rules at the time.
LESTER PRAIRIE – The Prairie Days Board has decided to cancel the July 2020 event. Board members agreed there are too many uncertainties to be able to plan a large event. The board wants to ensure the safety of volunteers and community members.
Fireworks fundraising buckets will remain at local businesses to raise funds for next year’s celebration.
The board will start planning next year’s event soon – Lester Prairie will be celebrating its 135th birthday in 2021.