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06 Broadcaster Press July 2, 2013 www.broadcasteronline.com South Dakota National Guard Museum to expand summer hours The South Dakota National Guard Museum in Pierre will expand its summer hours to allow travelers more options to visit the museum at 301 East Dakota in Pierre. Normal Museum hours are from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Beginning July 1, the museum will be open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on the first Tuesday and the third Thursday of the months of July, August, and September. Specifically, the museum will be open until 7 p.m. on July 2 and 18, Aug. 6 and 15, and Sept. 3 and 19. “Our museum showcases weapons, uniforms and other artifacts carried or worn by South Dakota Guardsmen from the Civil War to the Gulf War,” said Sonja Johnson, museum director. “These additional hours will allow travelers, or those who work 8 to 5, the opportunity to visit the museum and see first-hand the legacy of the South Dakota National Guard.” Bus tours wishing to schedule a tour can contact staff at (605) 224-9991. There is no charge to tour the South Dakota National Guard Museum. The National Guard Museum’s mission is to preserve and honor the history of the South Dakota National Guard from the days of the Dakota Territory to the present, with emphasis on the various wars and conflicts. The goal is to create a greater understanding of the significant role played by the South Dakota National Guard throughout history by caring for and preserving collections of historical documents and artifacts. GF&P WILL CONDUCT BOATER SOBRIETY CHECKS The South Dakota Department of Game, Fish & Parks reminds boaters to have a safe and enjoyable summer on the water. To ensure safe boating, operators should monitor their alcoholic beverage intake and have a designated boat operator. SDGF&P will be conducting sobriety checks throughout the month of July on our lakes, streams and rivers. Again, the SDGF&P would like you to have a fun summer on the water and be safe at the same time. Rodney Berget execution scheduled for January Attorney General Marty Jackley announced Monday that the warrant of execution for Rodney Berget for the murder of senior Correctional Officer Ronald R.J. Johnson, has been issued by Second Circuit Court Judge Bradley Zell. Berget is scheduled to be executed between the hours of 12:01 a.m. and 11:59 p.m., during the week of Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014, through Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014, inclusive, at a specific time and date to be selected by the warden of the state penitentiary. Pursuant to South Dakota law, the warden will announce to the public the scheduled day and hour within 48 hours of the execution. South Dakota law further provides that for the execution, the warden is to request “the presence of the attorney general, the trial judge before whom the conviction was had or the judge’s successor in office, the state’s attorney and sheriff of the county where the crime was committed, representatives of the victims, at least one member of the news media, and a number of reputable adult citizens to be determined by the warden.” DENR requests water quality data for 2014 integrated report The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources requests water quality data as part of its process to complete a biennial assessment of South Dakota’s lakes and streams. The 2014 Integrated Report must be completed and submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency by April 1, 2014. The report provides an assessment of the quality of South Dakota’s surface water resources and identifies bp Since 1934 the impaired waters that require a total maximum daily loads (TMDL). A total maximum daily load calculates the amount of pollution a waterbody can receive and still meet water quality standards along with supporting assigned beneficial uses. Once TMDLs are determined, local, state and federal activities can be directed toward improving the quality of the waterbody. The department’s 230-page 2012 Integrated Report can be viewed online at http://denr.sd.gov/docu ments/12irfinal.pdf. To develop a comprehensive list, the department is soliciting water quality data to help determine the quality of South Dakota’s waters. Chemical, physical and biological data will be considered. Beach closure information, including date, duration and water quality results is also requested. Persons or organizations having water quality data should contact Shannon Minerich at (800) 4383367 or by e-mail Shannon.Minerich@state .sd.us by Aug. 23, 2013. 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