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Business of the week October 20, 2017

Business of the Week:  NAPA Auto Parts of Jordan

Located at 151 Eldorado Drive in Jordan.  This is your local auto and truck parts store.   This month they have some great deals on Rain-X wiper blades.  Get yours before winter.  They also have a great sale on NAPA synthetic motor oil.  Both sales and many more are good through the end of October.  Get your NAPA Trick or Treat Bag today!  Check out their flier.

Store Hours:

Monday thru Thursday 8am to 7pm

Friday 8am to 6pm

Saturday 8am to 3pm

Sunday 10am to 2pm

Friendly service to help you find the auto part or tool you need. You can reserve your parts online and pickup at the store.  NAPAonline.com  Always try to shop local.  It makes sense and can save you time and money.  Stop in to NAPA and Treat your Car!

 

Business of the Week August 25, 2017

Business of the Week:  Jordan Dental Care

Jordan Dental Care is a family practice specializing in cosmetic dentistry located in Jordan, MN.  We welcome patients of all ages and happily offer our years of experience to you and your family.  Our friendly staff is eager to help you care for all your dental needs.

Our doctors and staff members stay up to date with all of the most recent emerging dental knowledge available.   The technology we use is on cutting edge of dental science.  We want to offer you the best care possible and we take it seriously.  Our professional yet personal approach to both family and cosmetic dentistry is what sets us apart from others.

We proudly focus our attention on, not just the dental needs of our patients, but their comfort as well.  At Jordan Dental Care, you will be treated with the respect and concern you deserve.  We also value the importance of giving back to our community and do so in a variety of ways

Our Team:

Jordan Dental Care professionals maintain the highest levels of accreditation and pursue ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest trends in family, general and cosmetic dentistry.

Elizabeth Thelemann, D.D.S specializes in family and cosmetic dentistry.   She shares her expertise with people of all ages at her family practice with specialization in cosmetic dentistry, including dental implant restoration.  She is also a fluent Spanish speaker.  In addition, Elizabeth is certified to work with Invisalign braces.  She is a member of the Minnesota Dental Association, the American Dental Association, and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

Elizabeth grew up near Le Seur, MN at her family’s dairy farm.  It was there during high school that she first worked in a dental office and became interested in dentistry.  After finishing high school, Elizabeth studied at the University of Minnesota, graduating from their School of Dentistry in 2003.  She began her dental practice in St. Paul before eventually moving to the Jordan area several years later.

Currently, she enjoys keeping busy at Jordan Dental Care and challenging herself to always be up to date with the most modern dental technology and treatments.

Giving back to the community is also important to Elizabeth.  She offers dental services on a volunteer basis to special needs patients and works with the Jordan Area Chamber of Commerce.

Our entire office shares a passionate commitment to improving the dental health of patients. We use a team-focused approach to dental care which provides exceptional patient care and makes it possible for a patient-centered approach to dentistry. Members of our clinical staff are: Nancy H. Registered Dental Assistant, Heather N.  Registered Dental Hygienist and Brittany A. Registered Dental Hygienist. Members of our office staff is Dominica W. Office Coordinator.

CONTACT US

301 El Dorado Drive

Jordan, MN 55352

 Tel: 952-492-2021

 

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday  07:00AM – 5:00PM

Business of the Week August 4, 2017

Business of the Week:  Clancy’s Bar and Pizza Parlor

About Us – Established in 1982, Clancy’s is located near the intersection of highways 282 and 169 in Jordan, MN.  Some come for the thin crust pizza, others for the broasted chicken. But my favorite food at Clancy’s is the California burger with cheese and a slice of raw onion, yeah. And all washed down with a frosty mug of cold draft beer.

Clancy’s is a unique, family run, restaurant that is well known for its great food and friendly atmosphere. We prepare three of the most deliciously satisfying foods you can sink your teeth into. Dine in, do takeout or we have outdoor seating as well.  Good for groups and kids.  Classic car night every Wednesday during the summer with live music on the patio.

Pizza – Customers continuously tell us we have the best pizza around. We think so too. Our pizza sauce was created back in 1982 and has stood the test of time. Only four people have ever known this recipe. We use only thin crust. What started out as a “light bar pizza” has filled many appetites and cravings. We have three sizes to choose from: 14”, 10” and we’ll even cut a 10” in half for smaller appetites. We offer the freshest, basic toppings. Our sausage is a Mild Italian and has never changed since we started. Pepperoni, Canadian bacon and Hamburger round out the rest of our meat toppings. Our vegetable toppings consist of black and green olives, onions, mushrooms and green peppers. We also offer pineapple. Our best sellers are the Audrey’s Supreme & the Clancy’s Special… Named after the original owners.

Hamburgers – Two words: Hand Pattied. Every day we shape fresh ground beef into future delicious ¼ pound burgers. And, customers love them. You can order any combination of American or Swiss cheese, mushrooms, bacon, with fried or raw onions if you like. Don’t forget the lettuce, tomato, and mayo! Put them all together and you have our very popular Rory Burger. What a mouthful.

Broasted Chicken – You can’t beat this chicken for flavor or tenderness. Preparation is the key word here. Fresh cut, trimmed, marinated, coated with a special blend of seasoning and finally, pressure cooked to seal in the juices, makes this chicken worth the drive. Fresh out of the broaster, no warmer or holding makes this meal delicious.

Call us at 952-492-2199 or stop by at 220 Triangle Lane, Jordan, MN.

Website: http://clancyspizza.com/index.html  or on Facebook Clancy’s Bar and Pizza Parlor

Restaurant Hours:

Sunday: 11:00am to 9:00pm

Monday – Thursday:  11:00am to 10:00pm

Friday – Saturday:  11:00am to 1:30pm

CURRENT Lunch Specials –

Monday- Cook’s Choice

Tuesday-Rueben’s & Rachel’s on Marble Rye Bread**

Wednesday-Cook’s Choice, Chow Mein

Thursday-Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich**

Friday-Hot Beef Commercial *

All lunch specials are served 11:00am to 1:30pm. All specials are subject to change determined by availability. ** Sandwiches served all day.

 

Business of the Week July 5, 2017

Business of the Week:  Valley View Assisted Living 

Make an easy transition into assisted living when you choose Valleyview of Jordan or Valleyview of Northfield. Backed by over 15 years of experience, our friendly and compassionate staff will help you make our home, your home.

Make an easy transition into assisted living when you choose Valleyview of Jordan or Valleyview of Northfield. Backed by over 15 years of experience, our friendly and compassionate staff will help you make our home, your home.

Essential Assisted Living Services and Amenities:

The quality of an assisted living facility is often defined by the services and amenities they offer. At Valleyview of Jordan and Valleyview of Northfield, we strive to provide everything you or your family member might need – in a home-like atmosphere.

 Our nurses and home health aides are the key to our success. Backed by over 15 years of experience, we understand what it takes to keep you safe and comfortable. Let us help you make our home, your home – for 1/2 the cost of a nursing home!

Offering Quality Care Services  When Needed:

  • Psychiatric nurse practitioner on-site 2 times a month

  • Weekly psychotherapy services available

  • Licensed nurses set up scheduled insulin for diabetics

  • Medication administration

  • 24-hour awake staffing

  • Medical transportation

  • Personal wellness checks

  • Recreational activities

  • Private, furnished rooms

  • Three meals a day and snacks

  • Weekly housekeeping

  • Laundry and linens

  • Beauty and barber shop services

  • FREE basic cable TV

  • FREE internet service

  • Air conditioning

  • Weekly Shopping Trips

  • Indoor smoking room

  • Locked unit available

  • AA Meeting every Sunday

  • And so much more

    Contact:

    Char Koepp, Admissions Director

    Primary Phone: 952-429-6160, Ext. 228

    Admissions Fax Line:  952-492-3172

    Email: ckoepp@valleyviewofjordan.biz 

    Website: http://valleyviewofjordan.biz/home/4437750

Business of the Week 5-12-17

Business of the Week:  Ames Percheron Farm

When It All Began

It all began in 1874 when John and Eliza Ames immigrated to America from their native England. Hard work and integrity were the sustaining forces to their success in this country, and, to every generation that followed.

The Percherons became an Ames family tradition with John and Eliza’s sons, George and Charles, on the family farm. At one time the two brothers owned over 60 purebred Percherons.

Charlie Ames bred, registered, and showed Percherons from 1915 through 1939. The most notable of those shown was the stallion Irida Boy, purchased from the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. Irida Boy was sired by Althazar, winner of the 1914 Eastern States Percheron Futurity Show, and out of the French-bred mare, Irida. The senior breeding stallion for Chas. G. Ames and Son from 1919 until 1929, Irida Boy was considered a stallion before his time.

Even after retirement from breeding, Irida Boy continued to head the Ames show string, campaigning at the 1929 Chicago International Livestock Exposition at the age of thirteen, along with an endless number of offspring following suit. When the Percheron Society of American initiated its Premier Sire Award in 1929, Irida Boy stood eighth in the top ten sires then found in the United States.

The Ames’ love and respect for the Percheron was perpetuated through George’s son, Chester, who carried on his family’s passion for farming and this marvelous horse. When Chester was seventeen, his father moved the family to Minnesota. Four years later, Chester met and married Ruby Belle Reisinger and started his own farm in Farmington, Minnesota.

On The Farm and Beyond

Chester and Ruby Ames raised 8 children on the farm, and as tradition would stand, passed their farming heritage on to their children. Their oldest son, Dick, a lifelong horseman, developed a profound respect for the horse that dates back to an era when the draft horse was essential to the operation of the big farms in the Midwest.

Though the Percherons began as workhorses on the farms, showmanship and competition has become the mainstay for the present day teams at the Ames Percheron Farm.

BackcoverAmes Construction, Inc. is one of our nation’s largest heavy civil and industrial construction companies. The corporate headquarters is located in Burnsville, Minnesota, still close to where the family tradition began many years ago. With a work force of over 2,000 employees, the company takes pride in their reputation for quality construction of airports, bridges and highways, golf courses, mine development and reclamation, commercial site development, power plants, railroads and water treatment plants. It is only fitting that the Percheron was chosen as the company’s symbol of Ames “Pride,” a tradition instilled in every project, whether it related to construction or horses.

Contact Us

AmesPercherons_8-12_0105If you are planning on visiting us at Ames Percheron Farm,
please contact us.

Manager & Trainer: Travis Shaw
Assistant Trainers: Randy Riemer and Tim Sparrow
Barn phone: (952) 492-6191
FAX (952) 492-5813
Email: info@amespercherons.com

Website: http://amespercherons.com/

Planning Commissioner

Deadline

Open until filled

Position Objectives

The role of the planning commissioner is to review and act on matters related to planning and development. In addition, commissioners have a role in the updating and adoption of City plans based on community input, staff recommendations, what is best for the whole community, and taking into account its immediate and future needs. The commissioner also reviews development applications, researches planning issues, stays current on planning practices, and monitors code compliance. The commissioner must ensure that each proposal meets the goals and standards set out in the City plans and the land use codes (e.g., zoning ordinance, subdivision regulations, etc.).The commissioner serves in an advisory capacity to the City Council. The commissioner works toward implementing the vision of the community and the City Council for the future as expressed in the City’s Comprehensive Plan. The commissioner should have skills related to civic-mindedness, an interest in planning, objectivity and an open mind to new ideas, ability to listen, ability to express oneself clearly and concisely in public, enough free time to adequately prepare for meetings, no conflicts of interest, be willing to participate in discussions and activities that advance the community, ability to work with a group to achieve general agreement or consensus on community issues, and maintain good working relationships with other planning Commission members, as well as with planning staff, other city staff, the City Council, applicants, consultants, and the public.