It certainly sounds like a blown head gasket by your description. This is something that if you have never done before and don't have all the right tools, a shop should do this. On this site, www.iatn.net, on the front page is a place for you to enter your zip code in the shop finder. These are all ASE certified shops in your area.
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Head bolts, head gasket and gasket sealer are the parts needed, and here are the replacement instructions for you, step by step.
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