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Thursday, April 18, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven ( Iowa State Fair Grandstand Line-up Pop Sensation Carly Rae Jepsen Completes Iowa State Fair Grandstand Line-ul Grandstand Tickets Sale May 4 " Carly Rae Jepsen will perform at the Iowa State Fair Grandstand Saturday, Aug. 17, with speciatguest The Wanted. The show completes this year's Grandstand line-up. Tick- ets for all shows will go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 4, through all Ticket- master outlets. The 2013 line-up is presented by U.S. Cellular. With 9.1 million singles sold and a record-breaking nine consecutive weeks at number-one, Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" catapult- ed the Canadian singer's success and made her an overnight viral sensation. The multi-platinum song earned two Teen Choice Awards and two Grammy Award nominations as well as over four hundred million hits on YouTube. British pop artists The Wanted will open the Au- gust 17 show. Grammy Award-win- ning rock artists Train will tian artists Casting perform hit songs like Crowns will bring their "Drops of Jupiter, Call- soulful tunes to the stage ing All Angels" and "Mar- opening night, Thursday, ry Me" Friday, Aug. 16.Aug. 8. They will be joined They will be joined by by special guest Jeremy double-platinum contem-Camp. porary artist Matt Launched into stardom Nathzmson. with her hit show on Nick- Country superstars elodeon, Victoria Justice Alan Jackson and Gary has quickly made her Allan will take the stage mark on the music scene. August 18. Jackson's au- She will be joined by The thentic lyrics and connec- Sing Off's season three tion to traditional country champions, Pentatonix, roots helped him produce Tuesday, Aug. 13. anthems like "Chatta- Former Saturday Night hoochie,"1ffsFiveO'dockLive stars Dana Carvey, Somewhere" and "Small Kevin Nealon and Dennis Town Southern Man." AI-Miller will offer their own lan's ten studio albumsunique flavor of comedy in have produced hit song a stand-up routine that's after hit song including sure to have Fairgoers "Nothing on but the Ra-laughing Saturday, Aug. dio," "Watching Air- 10. planes" and "Every The Grandstand will be Storm." filled with hits from the Shows featuring Dierks 60's and 70% Friday, Aug. Bentley and Toby Keith 9 with the Happy Togeth- round out this year's coun- er Tour 2013 starring The try selections. Bentley will Turtles featuring Flo & perform with special guest Eddie, Gary Puckett & The Justin Moore Sunday, Aug. Union Gap, Chuck Ne- ll. Kip Moore will open gron, Mark Lindsay and for Keith's August 15 per- Gary Lewis. formance. Motor sports action Contemporary Chris- kicks into high gear Au- gust 12 with the Deery Brothers Summer Series for Late Models. The Grand Outlaw National Tractor and Truck Pull roars into the Grandstand Wednesday, Aug. 14. The Demolition Derby and Figure Eight will tear up the track for a morning ses- sion Saturday, Aug. 17. Tickets for all concert and track events will go on sale Saturday, May 4, at 10 a.m. through all Ticket- master oullets, online at Ticketmaster.com or by phone at 800- 745- 3000. All concert events are re- served seating. All track events are general admis- sion. Beginning July 8, the Fair's Ticket Office will be open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.in to Noon on Saturday for walk-up orders only (no mail, phone or fax orders). Convenience charges will apply to all tickets. Grand- stand tickets do not include admission to the Fair. Gate admission must be pur- chased separately. $39. For more information, call 800-545-FAIR or visit www.iowa statefair.org. & AUTO SERVING THE NORWALK AREA SINCE 1966 We Repair All Makes & Models! 802 Sunset Drive, Norwalk, IA 50211 Phone: 515-981-0649 Residence: 515-287-6512 WE'RE A AUTO CARE CENTER The first tea farm in the U.S. took root in 1890 near SummervUle, S.C. Notice of Southwest Connector Phase IH Project Elder Corporation was hired by the City of West Des Moines to reconstruct the intersection of HWY 28/ Browns Woods Drive/SW McKinley Avenue. The work on HWY 28 will be completed under traffic which will result in reducing the two through lanes in each direc- tion to one lane in each direction during construction. SW McKinley Avenue in Des Moines and Browns Woods Drive in West Des Moines will be closed at the HWY 28 intersection while the work takes place. The contractor plans to start work on this project onApril 1. The project is anticipated to be complete by Fall of 2013. If you live west of HWY 28 you will need to use Army Post Road to access northbound HWY 28. If you live east of HWY 28 along SW McKinley Avenue you will need to use Army Post Road to access northbound HWY 28 otherwise you will need to use SIN 56th Street to Park Avenue. Construction updates will be provided to any residents who would like to receive them: If you would like to be included on those updates contact Clint.Carpenter@ wdm.iowa.gov. There will also be updates on the City's website www.wdm.iowa.gov under Your Government/ Public Works/Construction Updates page. HRGreen Consultants will be performing the con- struction inspection and observing the daily progress of Elder Corporation throughout the project for the City of West Des Moines. If an issue develops during the project you may contact the on-site HRGreen inspector Kirk Larkins 515-306-7025, klarkins@hrgreen.com or Elder Corporation site foreman Scott Seltzer 515-249- 0387 or the West Des Moines Public Works Office at 515- 222-3475. is a full commercial printer. *Flyers *Letterhead *Envelopes *Brochures *Magazines *Newsletters *Books, etc. Call for a free estimate! Photo Printing, Inc. 210 S. 1st St Carlisle, IA 50047 515-989-3251 Norwalk Spring Cleaning- May 4 Service for City of Norwalk residential garbage customers only ALL ITEMS MUST BE PLACED AT CURB BEFORE May 6, 6:00 A.M. NO APPLIANCES OR ELECTRONICS** SEE OTHER SiDE FOR APPLIANCE & ELECTRONICS DISPOSAL JPa J~l~'~mt ,b--. um itmm bt ~mCbw tmah t=mL Ittmdm" U'm~ ~ w~ b~ IdCt~ ms Wednn4a~. Mmr 8a, wt~b I~lmeh~kl waste md]r. armb, km~s sad ~M~ eq;mdc mm~r~ wm be pleked up wltb ~u~ar truh ~m sehed~ ~ (~ead~s Ta~rd WmJte T~t'~ (=OSlXM~ It~ lXqS ~ stkie. MUir be .mMl}. Household Hazardous Waste & Tire Drop Off Event For Residents Only Saturday May 4 7am - 31~n Location: Public Works Facility 2626 North Ave (across from BeUwe,'s) Accepted Household Hazardous Waste Items: Thinners, insect~des, herbicides, drain cleaners, brake fluids, chemical bleaches oven cleaners, oil based paint, varnishes, paint thinners, oil, anti-fTeeze, and batteries. Florescent Bulbs Hazardous waste will NOT be picked up at curb! TIRES Residents are allowed up to five (5) tires per household. Non-Accepted Tire Items: Tires with drns still attached, solid tires, bike tires, semi, large truck, farm or tractor tires. RESIDENTS MAY SET ALL OF THE FOLLOWING Metals Fumiture Garbage (in bags or containers of 50 pounds or less) Railroad ties must be cut down to 4R or shorter lengths Dried Latex Paint ITEMS AT THE CURB: ******* GAS AND OIL. MUST BE DRAINED FROM ALL SMALL ENGINES******* NO CONCRETE OR CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL WILL BE ACCEPTED Construction material includes decking or the demolitionof a shed or garage. i Electronic & Appliance Disposal Service for City of Norwalk residential garbage customers only Due to DNR regulations the City of Norwalk will be providing a Drop off site for appliances and electronics NO APPLIANCES OR W/MONITORS are allowed on the curb for Norwalk's Spring Cleaning Days Electronics & appliances Drop off Site will be open Saturday, June 8 7am- 3pm Public Works Facility - 2626 North Avenue This is the time appliance stickers are NOT required And the only date appliances/electronics will be accepted Appliances include: refrigerators, freezers, kitchen ranges, air conditioning units, dehumidifiers, water heaters furnaces, thermostats, washers/dryers, dishwashers and microwave ovens Electronics include: Computers, printers, copiers, fax machines, call phones, VCR's, DVD players and video games systems Monitors and TV's wi!l be accepted with a fee (cash only) 18" and under =$7.00 19" to 25" = $12.00 26" tO 32" = $17.00 33" to 40" = $22.00 41" and up = $27.00 Console televisions = $27.00 1If